Gen. Wesley Clark: "U S Plan To Destroy 7 Countries In 5 years"
Just in case anyone has forgotten the power, influence and trickery of the military industrial complex and the shadow government and their Hidden Masters. In 2007 General Wesley Clark stated that a September 20. 2001 DOD memo revealed the Pentagon's agenda to take out 7 countries in five years, including: You guessed it, "Syria". The other countries listed were Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.
Not one of the countries had nothing at all to do with the false flag terrorist attacks on 9/11/01.
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