Sunday, August 24, 2008

Don't Let the Neocon Agenda Get US into wider Middle East War

See video: Don't Let the Neocon Agenda Get US into wider Middle East War: Talking with Stephen J. Sniegoski, author of the Transparent Cabal

The Transparent Cabal
Why would top neocons deceive us into a war with Iraq? You can read about "A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm" which reveals that attacking Iraq was an agenda long before the 9/11 attacks which they dishonestly used as an excuse for the Iraq war.
See Video:
Scott McClellan Questioned about Neocon Push for Iraq War

If you look at what Colin Powell said in Washington Post editor Karen DeYoung's biographical book about him. She had said that Colin Powell had conveyed to her that the "JINSA crowd," the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, which Dick Cheney is associated with, is in control of the Pentagon and pushed us into Iraq and now is doing similar to get us to attack Iran.
They Knew They Were Right: The Rise of the Neocons
by Jacob Heilbrunn

The Neoconservative Revolution: Jewish Intellectuals and the Shaping of Public Policy by Murray Friedman

Amy Goodman Democracy Now interview with Sonali Kolhatkar

SONALI KOLHATKAR: Well, certainly, what Afghanistan gives to the United States, particularly under the Bush administration, which has not been as interested in oil pipeline routes as it has been in military bases, it gives, of course, as you said, a launching pad, and it enables the United States to encircle Iran.

When I was in Afghanistan a few years ago, we drove past a military base that used to be just a local airport near the border with Iran, and our driver told us, “Oh, yes. Last month, US troops came and took over the space. And if they attack Iran, everyone knows that they’re going to probably do it from here, as one of the places.”

McCain has said that he would like to see the military bases in Afghanistan become permanent. And this is very important, because geopolitically Afghanistan is crucial to the United States. Never before, since—until 2001, has the United States had military bases in the heart of Central Asia, in Russia’s backyard, in China’s backyard, and certainly, of course, in Iran’s backyard. This is going to be something that the US will make use of in the future, unless, of course, the American people stand up and say, “Get out of Afghanistan,” which is what I think we should do.

AMY GOODMAN: Sonali Kolhatkar, thank you very much for joining us, host of Pacific radio KPFK’s morning show called Uprising. She is co-author of Bleeding Afghanistan: Washington, Warlords, and the Propaganda of Silence.

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