by Sherlock A. Columbo and Joseph J. Friday, CPW News Service
"The current scenario is stacking up to be essentially the foreign policy coup that General Wesley Clark outlined in his books and speeches....a nation by nation plan to fuel the racket of war in the Middle East," said Burl Yuves of the Christian group "Study War No More" in Bute, Montana. "Syria's Assad kicked Al Qaeda out of Syria when they tried to land there after leaving Egypt and before they joined the Bin Laden's lair within the Saudi Royal household. Assad is brutal, but he is doing the same thing with ISIS which tells us what? And who is funding ISIS, anyway?" asked Yuves.
|Discredited CIA Director George Tenet (l), Gen. Colin Powell (c), |
future Ambassador to Iraq. John Negroponte, former
Ambassador to Honduras during the Iran-Contra scandal (r) seen here during
the infamous "yellow cake uranium" bamboozling of America
and her allies.
GlobalPost's Nicholas Negroponte is known for his desire to put a laptop costing under $100 into the hands of millions of Third World children through "One Laptop Per Child". The resistance to accepting the computers comes from families concerned that they contain a drone directing capability like those used in tracking phones in the United States or which killed the 16 year old son of an American citizen and prominent Muslim cleric who had aligned himself with resistance to American foreign policy and then was added to the growing list of Anti-American terrorists.
Another GlobalPost advisor is John Hughes, a graduate of Brigham Young University in Utah, where the NSA’s new massive data storage facility is currently nearing completion.
Washington Post reporter, Michael Dobbs, wrote of John Negroponte's part in the Iran-Contra actions for the Washington Post in a 2006 articled titled "Papers Illustrate Negroponte's Contra Role" (May 12, 2005, p A05) in which he stated: "The contrast with his immediate predecessor, Jack R. Binns, who was recalled to Washington in the fall of 1981 to make way for Negroponte, is striking. Before departing, Binns sent several cables to Washington warning of possible "death squad" activity linked to Honduran strongman Gen. Gustavo Alvarez. Negroponte dismissed the talk of death squads and, in an October 1983 cable to Washington, emphasized Alvarez's "dedication to democracy."