“ They (the government) actually believe that the major obstacle to success in Iraq, is the American people. If they can keep us from knowing the truth, they think they can win! ” General Wesley Clark, September 30, 2006
… by Jim W. Dean, VT Editor, … with New Eastern Outlook, Moscow
Did the dummies really think the public would back a military strike with no proof? When the White house later admitted not having any, the WSJ deemed that not worth mentioning in their detailed review.
We broke through the initial funding smokescreen to learn that way over $100 million had been spent there, and that there were other facilities in the Balkans.
A much respected Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel came out looking petty. He advised that not going ahead with an attack would raise questions of America’s credibility. What credibility could Hagel have been talking about when we have had a two year regime change disaster being used as a substitute for a bogus Iran nuclear threat scam, and 100,000 dead.
And there has been no statement to tell al-Nusra that the US will begin making drone decapitation attacks on them for every decapitation that they do. Our loyal military is just aghast at our silence in the face of our proxy force’s war crimes because our names are on those dirty deeds that read ‘Made in America’.