Philly9/11Trruth Confronts Former U.S. Middle East Coordinator and Current Ambassador Dennis Ross on Brzezinski Warning

Philly 9/11 Truth Confronts Ambassador Dennis Ross on Brzezinski Warning

Former U.S. Middle East Coordinator and Current Ambassador Dennis Ross Confronted on Brzezinski Warning
Dennis Ross is relatively unknown political figure to most Americans however he has been instrumental in forming U.S. Middle East policy since the Reagan Administration. Currently, Ross is a counselor for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a think tank founded in 1985 by Martin Indyk, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel and former executive at the highly influential AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee).
Ross rose to prominence during the Clinton Administration as the special Middle East coordinator and chief negotiator in the Middle East peace process in 1995 and 2000. His experience in Middle Eastern affairs dates back to the beginning of George H.W. Bush’s Administration in 1988, where he was the director of policy planning in the State Department. During his tenure, his closest associates included the likes of Madeleine Albright, James Baker III, and Warren Christopher.
Over the years he has worked closely with members of the PNAC, CFR, and AIPAC becoming one of the key players in the push towards globalism. Ross is also a confirmed member of the Bilderberg Group. He is listed as attending Bilderberg in 2004, 2006, and 2007 however when prompted about the most recent Bilderberg Conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Ross claimed that he had not attended the meeting. Ross asserted that he had not attended because he was writing his new book Statecraft, which happened to be the reason for his coming to Philadelphia on November 17th.
During his speech, Ross discussed several possibilities concerning the future of Iraq, and how it could look within the next couple decades. Additionally he highlighted the more important aspects of his career, connecting them to the current Middle Eastern situation. After his speech, Ross signed books and spoke with the attendees. Members of Philly 9/11 Truth approached the ambassador and received less than forthright answers to their barbed questions.
Activist Nick asked the ambassador for his interpretation of the Zbigniew Brzezinski intimation that there could be a Gulf of Tonkin type event used as an excuse to attack on Iran. Ross retorted with a fount of psychobabble and consummated with a feeble dismissal of the warning, citing that he didn’t see anything of the sort in the works. When asked about the 2007 Bilderberg policy regarding Iran, Ross denied attending the conference. Interestingly enough Ross confirmed his past attendances at the meeting, a very unusual practice for Bilderbergers. Perhaps the Bilderberg Group has decided that obsessive denial of the meeting’s existence is proving troublesome.