Are the neocons guilty of treason? Recent events would suggest that the answer is an unequivocal “yes.” First, note that Article 3, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution defines treason as follows: “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against the, or adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.” This of course is what Lincoln did when he levied war against the Southern states.
We recently learned that “Israeli commandos” have for the past several years been rescuing wounded al-Qaeda Islamic jihadists in Syria and nursing them back to health so that they can return to battle. These are the same al-Qaeda Islamic jihadists who are responsible for the death of thousands of American soldiers, and the maiming-for-life (physically and psychologically) of tens of thousands. These are the same al-Qaeda Islamic jihadists who were the justification for the endless wars and occupations in Iraq and Afghanistan. These are the same al-Qaeda Islamic jihadists who American presidents beginning with Dub-Yuh have declared as “our enemy” in the “war on terra.”
Our supposed “ally,” the Israeli government, is undeniably “adhering to” and giving Aid and Comfort to our supposedly sworn enemies, the al-Qaeda Islamic jihadists. Where does that place the neocon establishment (including all the current presidential aspirants), and the millions of “evangelicals,” who have instigated and supported these wars, and the destabilization of the entire Middle East, solely for the benefit of Israel and for no benefit at all to the U.S.? If you support and instigate the aiding and abetting of our enemies, are you not guilty of treason? Just wondering.