Kissinger wants ground troops?

The top globalist and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger seems to be changing his spots as of late. In 2002 he was against the war in Iraq and spoke right to President Bush and anyone who would listen. Kissinger uses the rationale for the war in Libya that the Trilateral Commission and Bilderberg, wants to keep the war going and add US ground troops. He wants the war extended through 2012 to generate turmoil throughout the Middle East and pressure the United States into attacking Iran on behalf of Israel. You would think this might be only one account but Kissinger gave almost the exact same speech at three different conferences at the George Washington University’s Elliot School of International Affairs, then at an Aspen Institute, and during the Bretton Woods II conference. The fact that the United States is in three major conflicts and can barely service its own massive debt. We find just a little off from what has been termed The top globalist in the US. This feels a little like a want than a more thought out policy. We are now entering the tenth year of the occupation of Afghanistan, and with US forces still tied down in Iraq, and the last estimate at the beginning of April say we already spent an estimated $608 million dollars to pay for the intervention in Libya.

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