Monday, January 30, 2006

Feith Investigation Slowing Senate Inquiry

This story on the Feith investigation shows how all the Iraq matters are connected.

The second part of the Senate investigation into bungled pre-war Iraq intelligence is still being held up by an internal Pentagon investigation of Douglas Feith, one of the war's leading architects, RAW STORY has learned.

As previously reported by Raw Story, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) inquiry -- titled Phase II -- is waiting on a report from the Pentagon inspector general as to Feith's alleged role in manipulating pre-war intelligence to support a case for war. Feith, who is also being probed by the FBI for his role in an Israeli spy case, resigned in January 2005.

You should definatley read the entire artcile.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Feith is out of the country and could not be reached for comment."


1/30/2006 11:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonder what country he was in...

1/31/2006 12:48:00 PM  
Blogger Ibrahamav said...

Talk about slowing things down, notice AL, the self-hating Jew, comment section is down to a crawl?

Your's truely forced him to moderate the comments. The idiot couldn't stand getting proven wrong so often. Plus he was trying to protect his antisemitic friends from being identified as such.

There goes free speech.

2/01/2006 01:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"A Camarilla is a group of courtiers or favorites that surround a king or ruler. Usually they do not hold any office or have any official authority and influence their ruler behind the scenes. Thus they also escape having to bear responsibility for the effects of their advice."

This describes the neoconservatives to a tee. Taking responsibility for their past assurances that we would be greeted as "liberators" is the last thing any self-respecting neocon would think of doing. As former officials of the occupation start hawking their wares of disillusioned "idealism" and the Weekly Standard pushes the line that Iraq's democratic revolution has been "betrayed" by the Bush administration, they're trying to slither out of fault by claiming that their policies weren't really followed by the sellouts in the Bush administration. The real value of camarilla, however, is that it throws the spotlight on their modus operandi.

2/03/2006 11:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whispering in the ear of the king, this treasonous camarilla had access to power – which they used in a very specific, goal-oriented way. Their goal: secure Israel's future. Their method: get U.S. troops into the Middle East, in part to distract fire away from Israeli targets, and in part to carry out a "democratization" process in the interests of making the region safe for Israel – or, at least, less hostile. Democracies, the neocons claim, never attack each other – a theory blown to bits not only by any honest examination of our own foreign policy, but by recent events in the occupied territories. The triumph of Hamas should put that old neocon talking point to rest beyond any hope of resuscitation.

The American people want to know who lied them into war and why. If it turns out that the lies were manufactured by a nest of spies rather than a noble-but-naïve band of misguided idealists, there will be hell to pay.

2/03/2006 12:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nest of Spies

For 25 years, this little clique has maintained sub rosa ties to Iran. They, and Israel, had multiple lines into Iran’s mullahs long before the Shah fell. Israel armed Iran throughout the 1980s, including during the 444 days when thugs held U.S. diplomats hostage. They were behind Iran-contra, trying to push the United States into a closer relationship with Iran when we were, sensibly enough, backing Iraq. And they’ve never let up. Since 2001, when they took power with the Bush administration, they’ve plotted war against Iraq and plotted how to establish ties with Iran’s national security apparatus and its military again, even if it meant undermining U.S. policy. A key figure in all this is Michael Ledeen, an AEI stalwart who’s long had intimate ties to Israeli intelligence. And then there is Ahmad Chalabi, another Mossad-linked creature.

2/03/2006 12:18:00 PM  

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