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Originally posted by aarys
They are changing his past as we speack on Wiki. They might just try to take him down. I pray for his safety.
Originally posted by Immortalgemini527
And futhure more lil puppet, this isn’t even your thread, mind your sock puppet business and stop being every bodys lil sock puppet.
Prior to that he has held the positions of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia-Pacific Affairs and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; he also held faculty positions at the National Defense University and the United States Naval Academy. www.ourmilitarykids.org...
Originally posted by kgorman
Wikipedia does have a specific definition of reliable source, essentially it means stuff like mainstream media coverage that people who are assistant secretaries of defense normally receive, or even stuff like the senate record of his confirmation of deputy assistant secretary of defense that would necessarily have to exist if he held that position. If anyone is able to provide anything like that, I can almost guarantee the article will not be deleted.
Originally posted by PrinceDreamer
The thing that worries me most about this, and I am surprised people haven't picked up on it is in the early part of the interview he is saying how we need to get rid of the two political parties, and to be replaced with what? the military he loves so dearly?
Originally posted by burntheships
Just to be fair to Pieczenik, he does not want the MIC to be ruling the countries, or the wars, and
he stated that in another interview with Quayle.
Originally posted by dragonridr
reply to post by vlady95
he claimed he was Deputy Assistant Secretary of state under Nixon .Well he lied Frederick C. Smith is a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of state under Nixon and spent 25 yrs in the DoD so i have a feeling he might just fluff his resume a bit.
Mr. Frederick C. Smith Fred Smith is Vice President of the Institute for 21st Century Energy, an affiliation of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The Institute is a leading organization in the nation’s energy policy debate. In 2005-2007, he was President and CEO of Siemens Government Services, Inc., a company involved in government contracts related to homeland security and national defense. Mr. Smith retired from the Department of Defense in December 2004 after a 30-year government career. His last DoD assignment was Senior Advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq where he established the Iraqi Ministry of Defense. Prior to that he has held the positions of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia-Pacific Affairs and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; he also held faculty positions at the National Defense University and the United States Naval Academy. During his illustrious career at the Department of Defense, Mr. Smith has received numerous awards including the Presidential Rank Distinguished Executive Award, Presidential Rank Meritorious Executive Award, DoD Medal for Distinguished Civilian Service and four Secretary of Defense Medals for Meritorious Civilian Service. Mr. Smith has a BS degree in Business Administration from Bucknell University (1969) and a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (1977). In 2003, Mr. Smith received the Bucknell University Alumni Achievement Award. Mr. Smith served as an officer in the US Navy during the Vietnam War era.
heres what i could find on him Dr. Steve Pieczenik was born in Cuba, raised in France and the United States. He is a critically acclaimed author of psycho-political novels and the co-creator of the best-selling "Tom Clancy's Op-Center" and "Tom Clancy's Net Force" series. He was also executive producer of the TV version of the novels. Most recently he was one of the excecutive producers the films Red Cockroaches (2003), and Memorias del desarrollo (2010) so im a little unclear how hes in the know.
PS i seriously doubt anybody that makes a movie with Fidel Castro as the star is seriously linked in to the defense department at least i hope not!!!!
[edit on 5/5/11 by dragonridr because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by NightGypsy
Hmmm......interesting that you go back and retrieve other comments made by me so you can try to spin them as well..... Apparently I have struck a nerve or you wouldn't be working so hard.
Thank you for confirming my suspicions.....game over, Mr. Shill.