09 June 2007

Bush's Strategic Hitlist

Wesley Clark (A retired US general) points out in this interview that the Bush administration intended to “take out” seven countries just after September 11, 2001 (or maybe before). These countries are Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran. The execution was planned to be carried out within five years.

Just another strategic plan dressed up as conspiracy theory?!



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4 Comments:

I love Munich said...

That is OUTRAGEOUS .. but unfolding right in front of our eyes with the next on the list being Iran! Iraq being in shambles and the people suffering beyond belief and Lebanon burning at several places once again, the plan may not have "succeeded" as planned but is still well on the way! It is a CRIME and what is the rest of the world doing? SILENTLY WATCHING!!!

nolocontendere said...

Don't you guys there feel special to be on the receiving end of fascist largesse?

M Bashir said...

so special it hurts, nol.

RoxieAmerica said...

Iran turned the tables on the Bush Administration and began fighting America there (in Iraq) instead of here(in Iran) and in doing so used Bush's own stratgedy to bog down the American army in Iraq.

As fate would have it, the Bush Administration's decision to invade the already defeated Iraq gave Iran a victory in Bush's war on terror, and used up resources needed to confront Iran.

 

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