Are Donald Trump’s Policies ‘Made in Israel’?

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Essential context about Trump’s refugee ban – Made in Israel

President Trump has issued an executive order suspending entry to the U.S for people from Iraq, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Iran, and Yemen (the order is called “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States”). These same countries were the focus of the “Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015” under President Obama.

While reports on Trump’s ban emphasize that these are Muslim majority countries, analysts seem to have ignored another significant characteristic that these countries share.

With just a single exception, all of these countries were targeted for attack by certain top U.S. officials in 2001. In fact, that policy had roots that went back to 1996, 1991, 1980, and even the 1950s. Below, we will trace this policy back in time and examine its goals and proponents.

2001 Policy Coup

Four-star general Wesley Clark, former Supreme Allied Commander, has described what he called a 2001 “policy coup” by a small group of people intent on destabilizing and taking over the Middle East, targeting six of the seven countries mentioned by Obama and Trump.

Clark gave the details in 2007 in an interview broadcast by Democracy Now and in a lecture at the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco.

Clark described a chance meeting in the Pentagon in 2001 ten days after 911 in which he learned about the plan to take down these countries.

After meeting with then-Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld and Deputy Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, Clark went downstairs to say hello to people on the Joint Staff who had worked for him in the past. One of the generals called him in.

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

Clark was shocked. He said, “We’re going to war against Iraq? Why?” The officer said he didn’t know. 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.”

A few weeks later, Clark went back to the Pentagon and spoke to the general again. He asked whether the U.S. was still planning to go to war against Iraq.

The general replied: “Oh, it’s worse than that.” Clark says that the general picked up a piece of paper and said, “I just got this down 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 off, Iran.”

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

Clark said he was stunned: “I couldn’t believe it would really be true. But that’s actually what happened. These people took control of the policy of the United States.”

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1 comment so far

Paul Hoskins
February 9th, 2017

The executive order is another perfunctory attempt to fulfill campaign promises. The question is now why this discrimination . He has suggested Christians may be exempt. Is he trying to provoke the devil since discrimination is an evil the liberals have been demonizing since reinvented the black race in America. And where is the Israeli and Russian Jew among this execrable domain of wearied, humble and persecuted.

I have supported lobbying organizations like Americans for Immigration Control. There should be a absolute moratorium on all immigration. People such as South Africa and Europe , who suffer political, racial and religious persecution is the only justification for immigration. They are European, Christian and would assimilate into the established traditions of America but not necessarily perpetuate the American Christian ideal.

Victims of USA aggression and hegemony , who have been displaced present a dilemma. Washington is infamous for creating crisis and debt for which the ordinary American and ultimately the American ideal must be responsible and imperiled. The solution is domestic but the problem and debts , for which we as American are rightly responsible compels the ultimate solution is capitulation.

Interpreted from the Washington DC rhetoric and disinformation, immigration is legislated invasion; this is capitulation. Americans , whose souls are subsidized and religion is serving mammon naturally do nothing. As always this represents acceptance through passive compliance to an ultimatum that has already and shall continue to dispossess white, working class (mittel) Americans of all that they should value and revere. The ideal is now replaced by the alien, an unlawful immigrant , whose numberless masses reiterate the neo-con platitude of just wanting a better life. Who doesn’t?!

He or she can not appeal to their congressman since he is in silent agreement or powerless since they are expedience in executive orders. Everyone has an alibi.