Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Video: General Wesley Clark on What Went Down at the Pentagon after 9-11

Watch this video while you still can. It was posted by Bob Murphy at his site and also by LRC. YouTube has pulled the version that Murphy posted, below is the version that is still functional from LRC, who knows for how long, though? In the video General Wesley Clark describes his visit to the Pentagon, shortly after 9-11, and relates how another General told him the U.S. had plans to go to war with 7 countries in 5 years. He mentions Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Sudan, Lebanon and Iran.

Clark is no flunky. He was as valedictorian of his class at West Point, and  he was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford. He was also the Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO from 1997 to 2000.


  1. You can download videos from YouTube and save them on your computer:

  2. Don't forget that Wesley Clark is now a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the International Crisis Group. For those that don't know:

    The International Crisis Group is a US based "think tank" with some of the highest level globalists making up its membership.

    Kenneth Adelman: Former US Ambassador to the UN, former lobbyist for Thaksin Shinawtra, the very man behind Thailand's "red shirt" protesters, the riots, and the ongoing political instability in the country.

    Wesley Clark: Council on Foreign Relations member, former NATO supreme allied commander.

    Carla Hills; Council on Foreign Relations member, Trilateral Commission member, signatory of the CFR's "Building a North American Community" aka the North American Union.

    George Soros: globalist extraordinaire, a personal and corporate member of the CFR.

    Fidel Ramos: Former President of the Philippines, Carlyle Group member.

    Richard Armitage: Council on Foreign Relations member, signatory of the Project for a New American Century,

    Zbigniew Brzezinski: CFR member, Bilderberg member, Trilateral Commission member/director/co-founder.

  3. Before I believe Clarke, I'd require some other verifiable source for this claim about ME plans, someone should ask Rumsfeld.