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    WorldOfIslam.info - Former Mideast envoy Zinni: U.S. went to war in Iraq to help the Zionist entity - Iraq

    Former Mideast envoy Zinni: U.S. went to war in Iraq to help the Zionist entity

    Former U.S. envoy to the Middle East retired Marine General Anthony Zinni told CBS's 60 Minutes yesterday that "the neo-conservatives" in the Pentagon saw the invasion of Iraq as a way to stabilize American interests in the region and strengthen the position of the Zionist entity. South Carolina Democratic Senator Fritz Hollings said earlier this month that President Bush went to war with Iraq to protect the Zionist entity and garner favor with Jewish voters.

    "Somebody has screwed up," Zinni said in the program, referring to the administration's Iraq policymakers without naming names. "And at this level and at this stage, it should be evident to everybody that they've screwed up. And whose heads are rolling on this? That's what bothers me most."

    Zinni was talking about a group of senior Jewish policymakers within the administration known as "the neo-conservatives," who saw the invasion of Iraq as a way to stabilize the region and help the Zionist entity. They include Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz; Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith; Former Defense Policy Board member Richard Perle; National Security Council member Eliot Abrams; and Vice President Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis "Scooter" Libby.

    "I think it's the worst kept secret in Washington. That everybody - everybody I talk to in Washington has known and fully knows what their agenda was and what they were trying to do," Zinni said, accusing the group of hijacking Pentagon planning.

    "And one article, because I mentioned the neo-conservatives who describe themselves as neo-conservatives, I was called anti-Semitic. I mean, you know, unbelievable that that's the kind of personal attacks that are run when you criticize a strategy and those who propose it. I certainly didn't criticize who they were. I certainly don't know what their ethnic religious backgrounds are. And I'm not interested," he said.

    Zinni, a former four-star general who was commander-in-chief of the U.S. Central Command from 1997 to 2000, said the Pentagon's Iraq planning was flawed from the start.

    "If I were the commander of a military organization that delivered this kind of performance to the president, I certainly would tender my resignation. I certainly would expect to be gone," Zinni said.

    "The course is headed over Niagara Falls. I think it's time to change course a little bit or at least hold somebody responsible for putting you on this course. Because it's been a failure," he said.

    Democratic senator: Bush went to war to win Jewish votes
    In a column published by three South Carolina newspapers earlier this month, Senator Ernest "Fritz" Hollings, 82, blamed the Iraq war on the Zionist entity.

    "With Iraq no threat, why invade a sovereign country? The answer: President Bush's policy to secure Israel," Hollings wrote.

    Hollings continued by saying, "Led by Wolfowitz, Richard Perle and Charles Krauthammer, for years there has been a domino school of thought that the way to guarantee Israel's security is to spread democracy in the area."

    Some South Carolina Jewish leaders criticized the statement as anti-Semitic. "Is he anti-Semitic? No," said Columbia Jewish leader Sam Tenenbaum, husband of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Inez Tenenbaum. "Is the statement anti-Semitic? Yes," he said.

    In remarks delivered on the Senate floor, Hollings was unrepentant. "I won't apologize for this column; I want them to apologize to me. Talking about 'anti-Semitic.' They're not getting by with it," he said.

    Hollings said that President George W. Bush "came to office with one thought -- re-election. Bush felt tax cuts would hold his crowd together, and spreading democracy in the Mideast to secure Israel would take the Jewish vote from the Democrats."

    Anti-Defamation League President Abraham Foxman wrote Hollings asking him to retract his comments. "This is reminiscent of age-old, anti-Semitic canards about a Jewish conspiracy to control and manipulate government," Foxman wrote.

    Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry called Hollings's comments "absurd."

    "Comments such as these lend credence to unacceptable and baseless anti-Semitic stereotypes that have no place in America or anywhere else," Kerry said in a statement last Friday.


    NOTE: The excuus Anti-Semetic has gotten a new meaning, the people who are called anti-semetic are the people who are smart ennough to see thru the jewish lying and decieving. The anti-Semtics are people who are allert and refuse to be silenced or mislead by the Jewish Zionist gangs.


    Source:
    CBS's 60 Minutes - May 23, 2004

     
     
     
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