Comment: Didn't he say he was happy about invading Afghanistan?

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Didn't he say he was happy about invading Afghanistan?

Yes, he said that, right?

Then he said he was alarmed about the plan to invade Iran and Syria?

He contradicts himself.

What I find interesting is that he has been part of the conspiratorial team, as NATO commander, but that he is a whistleblower saying there's been a "policy coup" and he identifies names: Rumsfeld, Chaney, etc.

What's General Clark doing now? Has he done any more whistleblowing, or did they shut him down?

I haven't researched him, but he may be the type who was an unwitting dupe of the New World Order, but now that he opened his mouth in criticism, I imagine they've silenced him. Am I right?

Would love to have Alex Jones interview him, but again, I'm guessing General Clark has tight lips now.

Nevertheless, he gives an absolutely stunning whistleblower's speech here that Manning and Snowden would be proud of.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford