Monday, February 06, 2012


Here is General Wesley Clark speaking in 2007 at The Commonwealth Club of California. He reveals that Paul Wolfowitz said to him in 1991 that America had 10 years to assert its authority over the world.

Here is Clark again, this time at the University of Alabama in 2006.

And here is what Clark writes in his book Winning Modern Wars.
As I went back through the Pentagon in November 2001, one of the senior military staff officers had time for a chat. Yes, we were still on track for going against Iraq, he said. But there was more. This was being discussed as part of a five-year campaign plan, he said, and there were a total of seven countries, beginning with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Iran, Somalia, and Sudan." Clark adds, "I left the Pentagon that afternoon deeply concerned.

Seven countries.

Of these Iraq, Iran, Syria and Lebanon were named in A Clean Break.

And of these Iraq and Iran were named in Rebuilding America's Defenses.

In Lebanon Rafik Hariri was assassinated. Syria was immediately blamed and Syria withdrew its troops in the Cedar Revolution. The Special Tribunal for Lebanon was established and blamed Syria. That allegation has been proven to be false. But that hasn't stopped the STL, who now accuse Hezbollah, an allegation Hezbollah denies claiming that Israel was following Hariri's movements closely with illegal drones flying over Beirut.

Somalia has been involved in intrigue regarding pirates and invasions by US backed military.

Sudan has seen a civil war.

And as for Libya? NATO was given permission to implement a No Fly Zone over Libya after Russia and China mysteriously abstained, but the NFZ quickly turned into regime change, ending with the ugly and clumsy assassination of Gaddafi.

Both of the two documents, A Clean Break and Rebuilding America's Defenses, were written by the same bunch of Zionist nutters who congregated around PNAC, JINSA and AIPAC.

The two men Clark names are Paul Wolfowitz and Donald Rumsfeld. On 9/11 Rumsfeld was Secretary of Defence and just before 9/11 he had been quietly given the sole power to stand down the US military. Wolfowitz was Deputy Secretary of Defence. Both Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz were signatories to the PNAC Statement of Principles. And both were signatories to a letter to then President of the USA Bill Clinton demanding military action on Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein, explicitly mentioning weapons of mass of destruction.

On 9/11 the US military was mysteriously and suspiciously AWOL.

Clark states in the two videos above that just ten days after 9/11 Iraq was being lined up for war, and the Pentagon ranks did not know why.

Now we do.

Iraq was invaded because, we were told, Iraq was involved in 9/11 and Iraq had WMD that could strike our back yard barbecues within 45 minutes. Both these accusations have now been shown to be completely false.

But what do we now hear about Iran? It was involved in 9/11 and has WMD.

C'mon people!

Can't you see?

Do you want to see?

You don't need eyes to see.

Use your brain! PLEASE!

The Arab Spring is run out of the US State Department via the National Endowment for Democracy. The Russian Spring is too.

It's all bollocks! Can't you see?

All this warmongering would not be possible if it was not for 9/11.

And who was in charge of the US military on 9/11?

OOPSADAISY! Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz!

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