Bush Administration to Attack 7 Countries in 5 Years

by Mr. Charrington on May 29, 2007

Wesley Clark US GeneralRetired Army General, Wesley Clark, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during War in Kosovo, confirms Bush Administration’s plans to “take out 7 countries in 5 years — Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and back to Iran”.

Gen Wes Clark – Bush Administration intends to “take out 7 countries in 5 years. Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and back to Iran”.

This is not new news but it does warrant a second look.

How can anyone in their right mind even begin to say, think or argue we should be in this war in Iraq? So we’re not an Imperialist Nation, eh?

Now that you know our Government is lying to us and that they knew before 9-11 they were going to war with other countries also knowing, maybe the only thing that would get the American population to back them is “Something catastrophic like a new Pearl Harbor”, could you not say at this point in time that it is possible for this administration (including the democrats) to lie, cheat and steal from all of us?

If you can say that, is it now not easy to see how people that would do these previously un-thinkable atrocities do almost anything to accomplish their agendas? As much as we don’t like to admit this “could” be the case, the facts continue to mount in such a way it’s almost impossible to conclude anything but the obviously horrid conclusion: Our own Government was somehow involved in creating its own destiny for war in Iraq. Openly, not in whispers, but publicly.

In this story, Gen Wesley Clark, points out these facts. Remind yourself this is a military leader that is telling you this, not some talk show host or your next door neighbor.

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Mr. Charrington 05.29.07 at 12:53 pm

I can’t image why in the wide wide world of sports this isn’t the main topic on every news station in the world.

Yet the media has our best interests im sure *cough* *cough*

Frances 06.08.07 at 11:57 pm

There is something very very wrong with US news channels when this kind of information does not receive wider attention.

The policy of disinformation and dumbing down the populace is working. Nobody even asks themselves questions anymore.

When will America wake the hell up??

Mr. Charrington 06.09.07 at 9:31 am

Most of the news that is truthful is coming from outside American media. If you want to see whats really happening in America look outside the us Media and you’ll be in for a shocker.

FreedomWriter 06.09.07 at 11:19 am

If the U.S. media denies Americans the right to comment on a Presidential debate and then allow other Americans the freedom to read those comments, then they surely aren’t going to give those same people honest, day-to-day news reporting on ANYTHING be it the war, the economy, global warming, or Paris Hilton’s stint at the county jail.

It’s high time the U.S. media STOPS censoring that which they do not agree with (aka those who do not pay them off).

I, for one, am still waiting for an explanation from CNN on the almost 200 comments they deleted from their website after the last debate. (yeah, the ones overwhelmingly in support of Ron Paul).

Oh and they attempted to “fix the situation” by posting an article on Dr. Paul?? Way to go CNN…LOVE the unbiased reporting!! *cough cough*

All I can say is, Thank God for screenshots! :)

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