Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Toppling Dictators is Something They Really Like to Do

Bryan Preston continued to expose more about the administration’s choice of documentation from Elizabeth O’Bagy, a strange choice for our administration to use as their reference for going to war. Today, she was released from employment with the Institute for the Study of War, as it was revealed that she does not have the claimed doctorate degree. We now know that she was also lobbying for the Syrian rebels, but there is more to explore about the associations of the Institute for the Study of War.

The Institute was founded by historian Kimberly Kagan, whose brother-in-law, Robert Kagan, has been a foreign policy advisor for John McCain. The Kagans’ association with McCain and his associates appears to have been a long one. Of particular interest is that Kimberly Kagan and John McCain have served together on the board of the “Spirit of America”, along with Peter Ackerman. Some may remember Peter Ackerman and Gene Sharp’s “waging nonviolence” theories as the basis for the techniques used in Egypt’s revolution, as taught to the Egyptians by Hillary’s State Department sponsored AYM (Youth Movements). We all know how peaceful that turned out to be and how well it has served us so far.

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