The U.S. Had A Plan To Topple All 7 Countries On Trump’s Refugee Ban List

By Darius Shahtahmasebi

According to Reuters, Donald Trump is set to sign an executive order that would include a temporary refugee ban and a suspension of visas for citizens of Syria and six other Middle Eastern and African countries.

The list is expected to include Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen. If those countries are starting to sound familiar, there’s a reason for that.

According to four-star General Wesley Clark, shortly after the attacks of 9/11, the Pentagon adopted a plan to topple the governments of seven countries; Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, and Iran.

Although such a refugee ban is welcomed by many frightened Americans due to the overplayed hype that the media has reported on the threat of refugees sweeping into Western nations, these Americans cannot turn their attention away from the hand America has had in creating these refugees in the first place.

Clark’s list of countries is not an irrelevant conspiracy theory. These countries have seen heavy interference from the United States in the last decade or so. In 2016, the country Obama bombed the most was Syria. The United States was spending approximately $1 billion a year assisting rebels who have known ties to al-Qaeda, the majority of whom share ISIS’ core belief system. The U.S. air war against ISIS has now cost American taxpayers over $11 billion. Iran is bound to Syria by a mutual defense agreement and has lost significant personnel in the battle. Iran has also taken full advantage of poor Afghans, recruiting them to fight in Syria.

Libya was destroyed in 2011 by NATO powers, an offensive in which the U.S. played the most integral role. The U.S. was backing jihadists who fought against the U.S. in Iraq to topple the Libyan regime (these fighters were later rebranded as ISIS). Even up until his last day in office, Obama was still bombing Libya (from Missouri, believe it or not.)

Obama bombed Somalia throughout his presidency. He not only relentlessly bombed Yemen, but he also supported the Saudi-led coalition’s brutal assault on Yemen’s civilian population. It could be argued that Trump is set to discontinue these practices; but, so far, he is well on his track to rapidly pursuing them. In his first weekend since inauguration, his administration conducted a number of drone strikes in Yemen with no hint at a reversal of Obama’s policies, though his approval was not required for those particular strikes.

Further, is the American public even aware that American troops are stationed in Sudan? American troops can go there, but refugees fleeing a brutal conflict can’t come to the United States?

It’s not really clear why Iran is on the list, other than the fact that Trump opposes the Iranian nuclear deal and has a love affair with Israel, Iran’s number one nemesis. Internally, Iran is not embroiled in any significant military conflict (for the time being), something Trump may look to change.

Notable omissions from the refugee ban list include Saudi Arabia, a country that admitted aiding terrorists as a tool of foreign policy and that has exported its radical Wahhabism ideology (incidentally, the majority of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis); the United Arab Emirates (where the majority of the funding for 9/11 passed through); Turkey, which has been shown to aid ISIS fighters as they travel to and from Syria; Qatar, which has spent an immense amount of its vast wealth arming fanatical jihadists to fight in Syria; and Afghanistan, where al-Qaeda was born.

In essence, the countries kept off the list are the ones that arguably create the problem, yet the countries on the list are the ones that have to deal with the problem. Sound fair?

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It’s one thing to want to keep your country safe from being infiltrated by terrorists; it’s another thing to stay silent about the atrocities your military is committing abroad and to ignore the numerous suspicious countries that have escaped such a ban. If your military can go somewhere to wreak havoc, that nation’s civilians should be allowed to come to you.

Additionally, keep in mind that Trump’s proposal may also be illegal.

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21 Comments on "The U.S. Had A Plan To Topple All 7 Countries On Trump’s Refugee Ban List"

  1. The criminal warmongering neocons planned and schemed to topple 7 sovereign countries and create not only all these refugees that have flooded into Europe but they were hatching terrorists by the thousands with all their illegal and immoral war making as well. The real criminals in all of this were home grown sociopathic neocons and were even mentioned by the Founders specifically as being the “enemies within” that everyone in the country should both fear and then stamp out and jail. Hopefully that’s what is yet in store for these ethically and morally challenged and deranged ultra-right winged lawbreakers who should be rounded up, tried, convicted and then sent to somewhere hot and dry to serve their much deserved sentences…

    • All true. Well said, though the left is right in there with the neocons and just as guilty. It all works to get the populace to surrender their rights, erode national borders and cultures, and create a world government run by unelected elitists.

    • The neocons could not have done anything without the massively bloated pentagon and three-letter-agencies. Remember, these same perps were also directly involved in 9/11.

      The military-industrial complex should be cut by 75%+. That would put a serious dent in their ability to false flag us and comtinue with endless wars. Beyond that, we need to start prosecutions of these jokers for their murder and mayhem around the world.

  2. NJguy - Proudly Deplorable | January 26, 2017 at 12:52 pm |

    We should do whatever is necessary to protect ourselves. The fact that obama and his globalist owners have been pushing for WW3 does not change the the fact that the American people must be protected.

  3. “Although such a refugee ban is welcomed by many frightened Americans due to the overplayed hype that the media has reported on the threat of refugees sweeping into Western nations, these Americans cannot turn their attention away from the hand America has had in creating these refugees in the first place.

    Absolutely true, but it was our corrupt government, under Bush and Obama, that moved that hand under false pretenses pitched to the public. Hopefully, this ends for good with Trump. Safe zones in Syria, work with Russia to destroy ISIS. That’s my hope, anyway.

  4. We have been at war with many countries we never allowed refugees from. Japan, Germany are 2 big ones! The immigrants from those countries were put in internment camps(mostly Japanese but some Germans)! Go learn the history of this country before you look STUPID!

    • japan and germany were countries that could defend there citizens unlike syria which has to deal with head chopping terrorists secretly armed by the US and doesnt have as big of an army and japanese would have been interned just like japanese americans and that was wrong anyways

    • Bombing mud huts and villages is not war it is murder. America is like the school yard bully of the globe. Loves picking on the weak kids but when someone can stand up to them they freak out.

  5. he meant make israel great again

  6. Tramp is following what the bankers want. ALSO no country is effected by this ban that the Tramp business does business with

  7. Old news folks. As any deplorable, therorist would tell you. But then, it’s never too late for the truth. ?

  8. (((General Wesley Clark))) allowed military at the Waco slaughter.

  9. Bringing refugees here is part of the war agenda. How are you going to scare the public enough to justify wasting their tax dollars and taking away their civil liberties??? Easy, you bomb countries illegally, pay off a few terrorists to destabilize a region and then offer a few key allies in the region the chance to export some of the revolutionaries who will commit just enough terrorism in the west to scare the public into supporting more war so the cycle continues. There is a reason the neocons wanted more immigration not less. They were never fighting for America’s own interests.

    If Trump bans refugees, he will have already done more for peace than the nobel prize winner. He may not be perfect, but he is a threat to the neocons.

  10. Stephanie Bennett-Henry | January 30, 2017 at 10:34 pm |

    Nice job with the fake news. Tell the whole story or don’t say anything.

  11. Where are the Trump supporters on why Trump refused to put Saudi Arabia on the list. How will these guys explain that.

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