The Revolution Business of the Fake 'Revolutionaries'
Change has been demanded across the Middle East. But was what seems like a spontaneous revolution actually a strategically planned event, fabricated by 'revolution consultants' long in advance?"
The Revolution Business [Consultants]
Today is the ten year anniversary of the U.S.'s invasion and occupation of Afghanistan:
On the ten year anniversary of the U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, let's take a moment to think about who we're fighting and why.
Neil Cavuto Interviews 911 Firefighter Hero Bill Butler 9/22/11 - "It looked like a bomb had hit the lobby."Submitted by We the People on Fri, 09/23/2011 - 00:08
How does a plane crashing on the 93rd floor blow up the lobby?
"Beginning with his service in World War II, Bennett said that his experiences as a teenager in combat forever changed his position on war."
"To start a war in Iraq was a tremendous, tremendous mistake internationally,” he said.
"In a soft-spoken voice, the singer disagreed with Stern’s premise that 9/11 terrorists’ actions led to U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“They flew the plane in, but we caused it,” Bennett responded. “Because we were bombing them and they told us to stop.”
As we see in Julius Malema, that admirer of Mugabe and 30-year-old firebrand of Mandela's ANC, just convicted of a hate crime for his singing of the anti-apartheid ditty "Shoot the Boer!" who wants to expropriate South Africa's mines and confiscate white farms, racism and tribalism are alive and well in liberated Southern Africa. And democracy is their enabler.
To know what the Arab Spring is likely to produce, one needs to look not only at the Kerenskys who lead the Facebook-Twitter revolutions, but the Lenins and Trotskys who stand silently behind them.
Michael Sheuer is a retired CIA Officer, and former head of the CIA's Osama Bin Laden Unit:
This one needs some comments from Paul supporters.
From Glenn Beck's news site "The Blaze".
"Ron Paul Wants to Pull Plug on AC for Troops in Afghanistan?"
"Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul wants to bring U.S. armed forces home from Iraq and Afghanistan, and one way to achieve that goal might be to pull the plug on their air conditioning. In a statement made during Wednesday’s GOP debate, Paul lamented the “$20 billion” spent pumping AC into tents around Afghanistan and Iraq where American military personnel are stationed....."
Insightful video on the reason we were attacked. This supports RP's position that we need to reevaluate our foreign policy