Monday, July 24, 2006

Wesley Clark Told About Neocon Plans For Endless War in 2003

After the Bushistas launched their catastrophic invasion and occupation of Iraq in 2003, and while Clark was a candidate for president, he published a book called "Winning Modern Wars". In it:

"For example, he says he learned from military sources at the Pentagon in November 2001, just two months after the September 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, that serious planning for the war on Iraq had already begun and that, in addition to Iraq, the administration had drawn up a list of six other nations to be targeted over a period of five years.

Here’s what he writes on page 130:

"As I went back through the Pentagon in November 2001, one of the senior military staff officers had time for a chat.(Here's the kicker)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."

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I never trusted Clark. From Waco to the Balkan slaughter the guy seems to be a preening, self serving opportunist who showed no qualms about furthering the Brave New World agenda. It's curious why he stayed silent about this before the Iraq invasion.That being said, these comments that seem to be just casually tossed into his book speak volumes about what the criminal cabal had in store long before 9/11. People 42 and younger better be ready for the draft.

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