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Former Colonel Warns US Generating Enemies Beyond Capacity to Deal with Them

It's not just Russia, but it's beginning to look like North Korea may be Trump's first globalist war using the military first. He's escalated the war in Syria, where Russia and the Assad govt have already made serious gains against ISIS. Now it's ground troops going in there, without permission of that sovereign nation. No wonder Assad says he will consider us invaders. Then there's Saudi's war with Yemen—not our fight but Trump is escalating that too. The guys being fought there are enemies of ISIS.

In looking at North Korea, this one scares me. But again, why the hell do they want nukes? Look what happened to Libya when they got rid of their nukes. John Bolton has already been on Fox stressing regime change there and now drones are being sent to the border. NK knows they're on our growing list of countries targeted for regime change wars. This is the song of globalism, using the military first that Trump said he opposed.

I suspect it's the advice Trump is getting. He needs to clean house. He's going NeoCon. He's surrounded by them and they lie to get their way. It's no wonder the Deep State leadership is and the GOPe are out to get Trump.
Lawrence Wilkerson, a former Army colonel and chief of staff for Colin Powell at the United States Department of State, expressed this week strong criticism of the US government adding more and more nations to its enemies list. Speaking with host Paul Jay at the Real News Network this week, Wilkerson, who is a professor at the College of William & Mary, concludes that, even with the large amount of money the US spends on the military, it is “utterly beyond our capacity to deal with all these enemies” that the US has generated.

In the interview, which is largely focused on some individuals’ effort to influence US foreign policy toward creating intensified animosity between the governments of the US and Russia, Wilkerson explains further his concern about the long list of US enemies.

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What I can't fathom right now is why anyone would want, with the situation the way it is right now in this country, another enemy. You know that old conservation of enemies theory: You don't want any more than you can handle at any given time. Look at who we're lining up, Paul. We're lining up China. We're lining up Iran and all that goes along with Iran, including Hezbollah in Lebanon. We are lining up with North Korea. We are lining up with Russia. This is absurd. John McCain and Lindsay Graham can pontificate all day long, but I'm going to tell you that they're idiots. We do not need an enemy list that is beyond what we could even in the most wild moment contemplate handling. We don't have the military forces to handle all these enemies, and, yet, we're bearding them, as it were.
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson tells Paul Jay that from the expansion of NATO to the Western-led plundering of the former USSR, the US has given Russia enough reason to feel threatened:


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Old 03-15-2017, 03:19 PM   #2
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This is a black mark on Trump imo. I think if a true anti-war Independent arises, it may just result in them winning the next election.

We're using private mercenaries more now and this is expanding per Colonel Wilkerson. This sort of thing can lead to less opposition to such wars, since less of our own people have to fight them.
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Old 03-15-2017, 03:21 PM   #3
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"I suspect it's the advice Trump is getting."

Whenever BEP doesn't like something one of her political crushes does, she always blames it on the advice he's getting from the people that he chose to give him advice. It is a odd, bizarre, way of deflecting blame.
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Old 03-15-2017, 03:23 PM   #4
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"I suspect it's the advice Trump is getting."

Whenever BEP doesn't like something one of her political crushes does, she always blames it on the advice he's getting from the people that he chose to give him advice. It is a odd, bizarre, way of deflecting blame.
Nope. You're ad hom is incorrect. I have already said what advisors I felt were bad, why and that they need to go. This includes my saying they'll lie to him. This just bears out my predictions. It's still a black mark on Trump for going along with it.
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Old 03-15-2017, 03:37 PM   #5
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A colonel? Give me a freaking break. A brigade commander spouting off BS he knows nothing about.
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A colonel? Give me a freaking break. A brigade commander spouting off BS he knows nothing about.
I doubt it. This is just your opinion, unless you can show how he knows nothing about it.

There's plenty of others that have noticed the long expanding list of enemies, including former CIA. This is globalism plain and simple—regime change operations instead of real politick or containment resulting in endless wars.
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America First is DEAD! Trump goes for HILiaRy Clinton's policies:

Ron Paul on Trump/Saudi Collusion: Laying Plans for More War in the Middle East

President Trump’s visit with the Saudi Crown Prince seemed to have gone very well yesterday. Despite being solidly behind Hillary in the campaign — at least in their donations to the Clinton Foundation — Saudi Arabia’s millions spent on lobbying in Washington seem to keep paying dividends. The two seemed to agree on Syria no-fly zones, on the Saudi war on Yemen, the need for a hard line toward Iran, and more. All the items on the Saudi agenda. But what about America first? We discuss in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

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Old 03-15-2017, 03:59 PM   #8
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New Rules Of Engagement: More Authority To The Generals
He made his administration too top-heavy with military and NeoCons. McMaster is a master hawk.

So much for civilian control over the military and gives the Pentagon too much power. This is very bad policy.

The drone war kills 98.9% civilians for a few terrorists. Even NYTs said it drives terrorist recruits due to widespread civilian casualties.

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Trusting someone's foreign policy views who worked in the Bush administration during they ME debacle. Lol
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Trusting someone's foreign policy views who worked in the Bush administration during they ME debacle. Lol
So. He was Chief of Staff for Colonel Powell. He's a former colonel. However, that's NOT an argument that refutes anything. He certainly knows quite a bit that you're unaware of. You're making a knee-jerk assumption based solely on association. He spoke out against what happened under Bush/Powell. He was there.

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Wilkerson has criticized many aspects of the Iraq War, including his own preparation of Powell's presentation to the UN...

Since his retirement from the public sector Wilkerson has on several occasions spoken out against what he perceives as the poor planning and execution of the Iraq War as well as the global politics leading up to and following it. In particular he has denounced the decision-making process of the Bush Administration and Vice President Dick Cheney's and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's parts in it...

In a 2006 interview Wilkerson said that the speech Powell made before the United Nations on February 5, 2003—which laid out a case for war with Iraq—included falsehoods of which Powell had never been made aware. He said, "My participation in that presentation at the UN constitutes the lowest point in my professional life. I participated in a hoax on the American people, the international community and the United Nations Security Council."[6] Wilkerson said in 2011 that his preparing of the presentation was "probably the biggest mistake of my life", he regrets it, and that he regrets not resigning over it.[7]
That's just by wikipedia. My sources on these ME wars have had an excellent track record of being correct 98% of the time on Iraq, Syria and Libyan wars. Now Yemen.

I said we were spreading ourselves too thin under Bush too.
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Nope. You're ad hom is incorrect. I have already said what advisors I felt were bad, why and that they need to go. This includes my saying they'll lie to him. This just bears out my predictions. It's still a black mark on Trump for going along with it.
It isn't an ad hom, and I wasn't incorrect.
However, I'll give you credit for giving Trump a "black mark."
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Wilkerson was the 2009 recipient of the Sam Adams Award for Integrity in Intelligence.

Yeah, he doesn't know what is going on.
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Wilkerson was the 2009 recipient of the Sam Adams Award for Integrity in Intelligence.

Yeah, he doesn't know what is going on.
Obama won a Nobel peace prize...
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