Gen. Wesley Clark

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Gen. Wesley Clark - This Country was taken over by a group of people (PNAC) with a Policy Coup

Wesley Clark is a retired General of the United States Army. In this interview, he suggested that the US Government's decision to get involved in the Middle East during the Bush Presidency was heavily influenced by the people at PNAC (Project for New American Century). "This country was taken over by a group of people with a Policy coup" says Clark, who commanded the Operation Allied Force in the Kosova War during his term as the Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO from 1997 to 2000.

Gen. Wesley Clark on Bush: "more or less caused it to happen"

(Thanks, c.b. for submitting this.)

Clark bashes Bush

October 21, 2006

By Emily Aronson

PORTSMOUTH -- Former presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark warned local Democrats Friday that America is a "nation in peril" because of the foreign policy agenda set by the Bush administration.

"We're on the precipice of a national security calamity of catastrophic proportions," the former NATO supreme allied commander said during the Portsmouth Democrats Banquet at the Sheraton Hotel.

Clark cited what he called failing military efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as nuclear proliferation in North Korea and Iran.

"Anyone want to quibble over whether (Iraq) is a civil war or not?" he said. "It is. What we're doing is losing traction and losing troops."

Clark said the race between North Korea and Iran to develop nuclear arms is because President Bush has threatened the countries by deeming them part of the "Axis of Evil" and emboldened their efforts by refusing negotiations.

"The whole point of negotiation is not with your friends, it's with your enemies," Clark said.

The former four-star general who worked under President Bill Clinton also criticized Bush's actions leading up to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. When Clinton left office, he warned Bush about Osama bin Laden, Clark said, and Bush continued to receive warnings through 2001.

Clark said he felt Bush could have been more proactive and tried to "connect the dots" about bin Laden and a possible terrorist attack on American soil. By virtue of Bush's lack of leadership, he said, the president "more or less caused it to happen."