Yes, you are right, Karl and Rumfeld are part of the group but they are just down the line . . .
However, the biggest fishes are not this people this are the names that will be remembered when history plays its recollection of what has transpired
in this century.
The biggest fishes are behind the lines, they are the ones that move the players around and who's name we may never heard in the public light, they
move the money, the forces and they made things happen, like 9/11, who becomes president, whose countries need regime changes and they are the ones
that keeps the arms dealers selling to keeps the wars going, while they make all the money.
You will never hear about them but you know they are there, they are untouchable and they do not make it into their ranks because of merits, they are
But we have our own Cheney that with the oil deals and the take over in the middle east he is getting to mingle in that group.
The names I to follow are either link to the PNAC,The Project for the New American Century (PNAC) or Jinsa (The Jewish Institute for National Security
want to know more about their role in planning Iraq take over link here,
A founding member of the PNAC, he probably planned personally the Iraqi invasion, but before or after Bush won the elections in
Douglas J Feith
Been around since the 1980s, Under-secretary for policy at the Pentagon, he picks and selects members of the DPB and is on the
board of advisers of Jinsa.(The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs).
A prominent member of the American Enterprise Institute (described by Ronnie Reagan as one of the most influential right-wing US
think-tanks) along with Dick Cheney’s wife Lynne.
Capitol Hill’s resident hawk-in-chief, is a PNAC founding member and a was on Jinsa’s board of advisors, one of the key players
on the middle east invasion.
The former president of the Bradley Foundation, one of the largest and most influential right-wing organisations in America, Joyce
once said that Bush’s key people such as Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz “were clearly influenced by Bradley Foundation thinking”.
A long-time supporter of war on Iraq and PNAC and Jinsa member, the former director of the CIA.
But don’t get me wrong they are only down the line not the masters in the game . . . they are just in positions of power to do what they are told
[edit on 1-4-2007 by marg6043]