HAS NUMBNUTS UNWITTINGLY CONFIRMED WESLEY CLARK'S ALLEGATION?
The countries that were listed by General Wesley Clark were
Iraq was invaded in 2003 on the false pretext that it was involved in 9/11 and had WMDs that could strike your backyard barbecue in 45 minutes. Both allegations were false, and even if Iraq had WMD they got them from us.
In 2005 the Prime Minister of Lebanon Rafik Hariri was assassinated. The Special Tribunal for Lebanon initially blamed Syria, who promptly withdrew its military from Lebanon in the Cedar Revolution. Those initial allegations were proven false, and the STL has since blamed Hezbollah. But Hezbollah accuses Israel after Hezbollah intercepted communications from an Israeli drone that was illegally flying over Beirut following Hariri's movements very closely shortly before Hariri was assassinated.
Sudan has seen a civil war and has been partitioned into two, North and South Sudan.
Last year NATO was given the responsibility by the UN in UN SCR 1973 to protect Libyan civilians from Gaddafi, after NATO Special Forces allied with al Qaeda had fomented a civil war. Instead of protecting civilians NATO bombed and bombed and bombed and bombed and bombed and bombed and bombed and bombed Libya, particularly Tripoli, so that lawless, racist, torturing, genocidal al Qaeda militia could rape and murder black Libyan africans, and then...oopsadaisy, Gaddafi was assassinated.
So that's four out of the seven.
The three left are Iran, Syria and Somalia.
The warmongering on Syria and Iran is painfully obvious.
The one country that has always troubled me is Somalia. It has seen some sort of trouble, but nowhere near the level of Iraq or Libya.
But is this because Somalia, not Iran, is the last name on the list?
David Cameron was recently in France to meet with his sidekick Sarkozy. Speaking at a press conference yesterday, Cameron said this
"I don't think that there has been closer French-British co-operation at any time since the Second World War, not just in Libya but also on the vital issues of Syria, Iran, Somalia, and defense cooperation."
[source : Sarkozy and Cameron Draft War Plans, LPAC, 18/02/2012]
Why is Somalia a "vital issue"?
Little old Somalia, with a small pirate problem, is such a "vital issue" to the two empires of France and Great Britain?
This is perhaps a confirmation (as if we needed one) that the plan given to General Wesley Clark is being oh so slowly but oh so horribly, for those affected, implemented.
So it is absolutely crystal clear that Russia Today should report on this plan immediately.