Remember President Trump issuing an executive order suspending entry to the US for people from Iraq, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Iran, and Yemen? The order was titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States”). These countries were the focus of the “Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015” under President Obama. Remember them? Of course, you remember. The Jewish mainstream media didn’t let us forget how evil he was.

The MSM focused on the fact that these countries were Muslim majority countries and ignored the most significant characteristic they shared. With just a single exception, these countries were targeted for attack by top US officials in 2001, but that policy had roots dating back to 1996, 1991, 1980, and even the 1950s. Trump’s policy continued policies influenced by people working on behalf of a foreign country, whose goal has always been to destabilize and reshape an entire region. This aggressive interventionism focused on “regime change” launches cascading effects that include escalating violence.

We have seen devastating wars, massive refugee movement that are uprooting entire peoples and reshaping parts of Europe, desperate, and horrific terrorism, including the horror that was (is) ISIS. It will be devastating for the region and our country if this continues.

Let us, for a moment, rewind our memories to 2007. In a Democracy Now interview, Four-star general, Wesley Clark, former Supreme Allied Commander, described what he called a 2001 “policy coup” by a small group of people intent on destabilizing and taking over the Middle East. Their aims were to target six of the seven countries mentioned by Obama and Trump in their “Muslim ban”.

Clark described a chance meeting in the Pentagon in 2001, ten days after 9/11, in which he learned of the plan to take out these countries.

After meeting with the then-Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld and Deputy Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, Clark went downstairs to say hello to Joint Staff members who had once worked for him. One general called out to him.

“Sir, you’ve got to come in and talk to me for a second.” He told Clark, “We’ve decided we’re going to war with Iraq.”

Clark was shocked. He responded, “We’re going to war against Iraq? Why?” The officer didn’t know why. Clark asked if they had found information connecting Saddam to Al-Qaeda. The man said, “No, no, there’s nothing new that way. They just made the decision to go to war with Iraq.”

Clark spoke to the general again a few weeks later. He inquired if the US still planned to go to war with Iraq. The general replied: “Oh, it’s worse than that.” The general picked up a piece of paper and said, “I just got this from upstairs today. This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing with Iran.”

Clark asked, “Is it classified?” He responded, “Yes, sir.”

In the interview, Clark explained he was stunned: “I couldn’t believe it. Could this be true. But that’s what happened. These people took control of the policies of the United States.”

Clark recounts a 1991 meeting he had with Paul Wolfowitz [Jew], a pro-Israel neoconservative, who, an associate referred to as, “over the top when it comes to Israel.”

In 2001, Wolfowitz was Deputy Secretary of Defense in Bush Jr’s administration. In 1991 he was Under Secretary of Defense of Policy, the number three position at the Pentagon and was paid a visit by Clark who recounts their exchange. Clark says to Wolfowitz, “You must be pretty happy with the performance of the troops in Desert Storm.” Wolfowitz replies, “Not really, because the truth is we should have gotten rid of Saddam Hussein, and we didn’t.”

Wolfowitz went on about how the U.S. had an opportunity to clean up “Syria, Iran, Iraq, before the next super power came on to challenge us.”

Clark was astonished at Wolfowitz’s proposal that the military should initiate wars and change governments. He couldn’t believe that Wolfowitz held that the U.S. should invade countries whose governments it disliked. “My mind was spinning”, he explained.

Clark then mentions that Scooter Libby [Jew] was at that meeting and that Libby is another pro-Israel neoconservative. In 2001 Libby was Vice President Cheney’s chief of staff, and worked closely with the Office of Special Plans, which manufactured anti-Iraq talking points. Shocking, right?

“This country was taken over by a group of people with a policy coup,” Clark says in his 2007 lecture. “Wolfowitz, Rumsfield, Cheney, and you could name a half dozen other collaborators from the Project for a New American Century. They wanted us to destabilize the Middle East, turn it upside down, make it under our control.”

(The Project for a New American Century was a think tank that operated from 1997-2006, and was replaced by the Foreign Policy Initiative. Ran and funded by Jews.)

Clark continued: “Did they ever tell you this? Was there a national dialogue on this? Did Senators and Congressmen stand up and denounce this plan? Was there a full-fledged American debate on it? Absolutely not. And there still isn’t.”

Clark noted that Iran and Syria knew about the plan and as for Syria, we’ve all seen how that turned out. “All you have to do is read the Weekly Standard and listen to Bill Kristol [Jew], and he blabbermouths it all over the world – Richard Perle is the same way. They could hardly wait to finish Iraq so they could move into Syria.”

Clark further explains that Americans did not vote George Bush into office to do this. Bush, Clark pointed out, had campaigned on “a humble foreign policy, no ‘peace keeping,’ no ‘nation building.’”

Others have described this group, their responsibility for pushing the invasion of Iraq, and their pro-Israel motivation. It’s just a Cohen-cidence.

A 2003 article in Ha’aretz, one of Israel’s main newspapers, reported bluntly: “The war in Iraq was conceived by 25 neoconservative intellectuals, most of them Jewish, who are pushing President Bush to change the course of history.” (Ha’aretz often highlights the Jewish affiliation of important players due to its role as a top newspaper of the self-declared “Jewish State.”)

It gave what it termed “a partial list” of these neoconservatives: U.S. government officials Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith, and Eliot Abrams, and journalists William Kristol and Charles Krauthammer. The article described them as “mutual friends who cultivate one another.” All Jews!!!

The article included an interview with New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, who was quoted as saying:

“It’s the war the neoconservatives wanted. It’s the war the neoconservatives marketed. Those people had an idea to sell when September 11 came, and they sold it. Oh boy, did they sell it. So this is not a war that the masses demanded. This is a war of an elite.”

A Yiddish elite. I made a little correction there, for him.

The article continued: “Friedman laughs: ‘I could give you the names of 25 people (all of whom are at this moment within a five-block radius of this office) who, if you had exiled them to a desert island a year and a half ago, the Iraq war would not have happened.’”

Wise words?

End of Part 1