This is insane.
The Daily Paul reports:
Thanksfor spotting this at Salon.com. The following is excerpted from General Hugh Shelton’s new memoir, Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior:
At one of my very first breakfasts [as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff], while Berger and Cohen were engaged in a sidebar discussion down at one end of the table and Tenet and Richardson were preoccupied in another, one of the Cabinet members present leaned over to me and said, “Hugh, I know I shouldn’t even be asking you this, but what we really need in order to go in and take out Saddam is a precipitous event — something that would make us look good in the eyes of the world. Could you have one of our U-2s fly low enough — and slow enough — so as to guarantee that Saddam could shoot it down?”
The hair on the back of my neck bristled, my teeth clenched, and my fists tightened. I was so mad I was about to explode. I looked across the table, thinking about the pilot in the U-2 and responded, “Of course we can …” which prompted a big smile on the official’s face…
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To remind you, this is a cabinet level official asking a US General to stage a false flag attack on Iraq prior to 9/11 2001.