If you listened to Barack Obama’s speech last night and the decision of sending more troops to Afghanistan to fight a war that the American people had enough of and would like to see stopped, you most likely are disappointed. Even if you were in favor of sending more troops and continuing the war, you should be disappointed knowing that sending more troops will not win the war.
The deception is disturbing. Those who really understand how the system works know that these decisions are not made by a puppet president but by the CFR. Yes, my guess is that at least 95% of the American people have not yet heard of the CFR because deliberately they are kept ignorant of its existence. It is not our elected officials who make the rules of engagement. The President just signs the orders based on the suggestions that are given to him by the CFR members setting at the table with him. They are the one who have the long term policy agenda. Amongst many others, this presidential symbol of leadership is one of the deceptions that the American people live under. Here you can see our Secretary of State Hillary Clinton openly admitting that she gets her orders from the CFR. The last real president that we had was Ronald Reagan and he was not a CFR member.
The only thing that Barack Obama has achieved so far is more of the same that George W. Bush accomplished and that is allowing others who are not elected into office to lead the American people into the abyss. I used to believe all of this now discredited non-sense about spreading Democracy throughout the world, liberating other countries and saving us from mostly fabricated terrorists designed to maintain wars and keep the American public in fear, but not anymore. I still stand behind this article that I posted on July 24th.
Where it is true that occasionally an Al-Qaeda terrorist is killed in Pakistan the Taliban are freedom fighters in their own country that do not want our government to tell them how to run their lives anymore that we want our own government telling us how to run ours. The proper course of action should have been announcing an end to a war we do not have the money to finance. Ending the war in Afghanistan would spare the lives of our soldiers that will die between now and the time in which the CFR finally agrees to a withdrawal without a victory.
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