By Ralph Forbes
The neoconservative cabal that infiltrated the U.S. military many years ago has been indoctrinating America’s future leaders with the notion that a “total war”—a nuclear war—to wipe out whole cities at once, like Hiroshima and Nagasaki, is “patriotic.” It was key to the war plans of the war criminals in groups like the Project for a New American Century, who have infested the highest places of government.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Martin Dempsey recently issued an order to every military chief and senior commander to stop this insane indoctrination for nuclear war. General Dempsey then went to Israel where he told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: “I may not know about all of [Israel’s] capabilities, but I think that it’s a fair characterization to say [you] could delay but not destroy Iran’s nuclear capabilities.” Next he flew to Afghanistan on a secret mission—where he was the target of a “hit.”
His plane landed at the most “defended real estate on Earth, the perimeter of Bagram Air Force Base.” America’s latest generation night vision, ground radar and other detection systems were mysteriously disabled, wrote Gordon Duff of the website “Veterans Today.” Rocket detection systems, early-warning blimps with ground penetrating synthetic aperture radar and the continual coverage by drones using infrared detection—$2B in technology on this one perimeter alone —were all bypassed by a missile, which damaged the plane of America’s top military commander and wounded two crew members.
Did a few illiterate Afghan fighters outsmart all this—and almost kill America’s top general? If they had knowledge of his secret schedule—surely they would have known of his reining in of the warmongers—and wanting to stop the planned fiery genocide against the world’s 1.4B Muslims. Cui bono? Who benefits? Muslims? Or Netanyahu?
Joint Forces Staff College spokesman Steven Williams said the commandant of the school, Major General Joseph Ward, is culpable for the shocking curriculum. Army Lt. Col. Matthew A. Dooley delivered most of the lectures calling for a four-phase war plan. According to documents obtained by Wired’s Danger Room, Dooley taught international laws protecting civilians in wartime are “no longer relevant.”
In a mirror image of the Taliban terrorists, Dooley wants to destroy Islam’s holiest cities. He wants the people of Saudi Arabia to starve. Citing “the historical precedents of Dresden, Tokyo, Hiroshima, Nagasaki,” he calls for “Mecca and Medina[’s] destruction”—not seeming to care if it enrages millions—and endangers the lives of hundreds of millions of innocent Americans. Dooley declares: “Ultimately, we can do very little in the West to decide this matter, short of waging total war.”
Ironically, the CIA-spawned al Qaeda’s brutal methods alienated the vast majority of Muslims from choosing to wage holy war—but neocon U.S. officials and a cabal of Zionist-infected Pentagon officers are trying to ignite apocalyptic, nuclear unholy war.
The entire security apparatus of the federal government—military and civilian—has been taken over by un-American aliens. As a result, for decades now, the FBI’s “counter-terrorism” training material has demonized Christians, patriots, constitutionalists, gun-owners, anti-Federal Reserve teachers, organic farmers, Muslims and true America-first conservatives.
Ralph Forbes is a freelance writer based in Arkansas. He is also a member of AFP’s Southern Bureau. Contact him at email@example.com.
Israeli Prime Minister Fumes Over Obama’s Stance on Iran
By Richard Walker
Most diplomats and world leaders would agree that Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu is a shady character. Even former President Bill Clinton is on record describing him as one of the most dishonest politicians he ever met. Former French President Nicholas Sarkozy made no bones about his intense disapproval of him, telling aides he found him unpredictable and untrustworthy.
So where does that leave President Obama?
Well, it seems he and Netanyahu share a deep dislike for each other. Their relationship has been a rocky one from the outset even though Obama—like most politicians—has played the Israeli card to benefit his re-election chances.
But what he has not done to satisfy Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak is to give the green light to the American military to attack Iran before November’s presidential election. On the contrary, Obama has used his clout with NATO leaders like German Prime Minister Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron to warn Israel it would be unwise to unilaterally attack Iran.
That has so angered the ever-irascible Netanyahu that he recently launched a bitter attack on Dan Shapiro, the U.S. ambassador to Israel. Netanyahu screamed that Obama’s time for diplomacy had run out and it was now time for action.
Days later, in an effort to further clarify the growing discord between the Obama White House and Netanyahu, Ehud Barack stated publicly that the U.S. and Israel were operating on different schedules.
“The clock is ticking at a different pace,” he told Independence Party supporters, referring to his belief Obama’s clock was moving slower than Israel’s. There was a hidden implication in his words that the Israeli clock was moving closer to midnight and that a strike against Iran might come before Obama’s clock reached the witching hour.
Behind the scenes, Netanyahu has been reshuffling his top military brass. Observers concluded he had not been getting the support he expected from some of his generals. Criticism of his war drumbeat by senior Israeli figures, including a Supreme Court judge, also unsettled him, leaving the impression he is becoming unhinged.
It cannot have helped that Syria has not collapsed. It had been the contention of Netanyahu and Ehud Barak that the end of the Syrian government would make it easier to attack Iran.
Netanyahu was also said to be upset by a report that Obama had used a European ally to tell Iran he would not support an Israeli strike and should it happen he expected Iran not to retaliate against U.S. interests in the region.
But all of this may just be part of what one Israeli newspaper called “the poker game” being played out by Washington and Tel Aviv. The Iranians know that too.
Richard Walker is the pen name of a former N.Y. news producer.