posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 03:25 PM
Have any of you noticed that since the Iraq War started, Colin Powell's face looks guilty and miserable?
His biography documentary on A&E (Colin Powell: A Soldier's Campaign) portrays him as a man of honor, principle and integrity. If that's true, then
is he suffering from the GUILT of knowing that he has been serving evil forces that preside in the chain of command above him? Does he feel guilty and
distressed because he knows that his superiors are part of a criminal syndicate network that's hijacked the US government and started wars and
sacrificed American lives for profit, power and conquest?
Could that be eating him up? Is that why his face looks so guilty and miserable nowadays? Why doesn't he just quit?
Speaking of the Iraq War, during the run-up to it, Colin Powell went on TV and explained to the American people why Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass
destruction and why we had to invade Iraq. Why would a man of "honor, principle and integrity" (according to the A&E biography) deceive the American
people like that? Did he have a choice? Does he feel guilty for lying to the American people on TV, and campaigning for a fraudulent war that cost
What do you all think of Colin Powell anyway? Is he a role model for black people? Or is he a sell out? Is he really a man of honor, principle and
integrity, as the A&E program claimed?
Below are images of guilt on Colin Powell's face.