Skip to comments.Wesley Clark's Ties To Muslim Terrorists
Posted on 09/17/2003 8:49:19 PM PDT by Destro
Wesley Clark's Ties To Muslim Terrorists
By Cliff Kincaid
September 17, 2003
The retired General who had been refusing to declare himself a Democrat or Republican is now declaring himself a Democratic presidential candidate. But more important than his party affiliation is Wesley Clarks bizarre view on how to fight terrorism. The media refer to Clarks impressive military credentials but they fail to note that his main accomplishment under President Clinton was presiding over the establishment of a base for radical Islamic terrorism, including Osama bin Laden, in Kosovo.
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If AIM articles need excerpting, could not that have been done and the link maintained?
Powells propping up of Arafat and giving away a couple three hundred US tax payer dollars to fund HAMAS
And...the administrations failure to go after Saudi Arabia (who also funds CAIR aka the Wahabbi) Lobby..and close our borders...
frankly non of their words have much iron- imo
"From this day forward, any nation that continues to harbor or support terrorism will be regarded by the United States as a hostile regime."
President GW Bush
They must have some affiliation with either the Wash. Post or the L.A. Times.
Is it not the same exact article?:
Clark, who has been making headlines by claiming that the U.S. decision to go to war in Iraq was a misjudgment based on scanty evidence, ran Clintons NATO war against Yugoslavia on behalf of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). The House of Representatives failed to authorize the war under the War Powers Act, making it illegal. Thousands of innocent people in Serbia, Yugoslavias main province, were killed to stop an alleged "genocide" by Yugoslavia that was not in fact taking place. Investigations determined that a couple thousand had died in the civil war there.
Kosovo was a province of Yugoslavia and the military intervention of the U.S. and NATO, a defensive alliance, was unprecedented. It was far more controversial than the policy of regime change in Iraq, which was a policy of Clinton, Bush and the Congress. Kosovo was never a threat to the U.S., and Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosevic didnt even pretend to have weapons of mass destruction.
Clark wrote a Time magazine column, "How to Fight the New War," in which he said we need new tactics and strategies against terrorists. He also said, "We need face-to-face information collection: Who are these people, what are their intentions, and what can be done to disrupt their plans and arrest them?"
For the answer, Clark should ask his old friend, Hashim Thaki, the commander of the KLA. The 1998 State Department human rights report had described the KLA as a group that tortured and abducted people and made others "disappear." Yet a photograph was taken of Clark and Thaki with their hands together in a gesture of solidarity.
The KLAs ties to Osama bin Laden were also well-known and reported.
An article in the Jerusalem Post at the time of the Kosovo civil war had said, "Diplomats in the region say Bosnia was the first bastion of Islamic power. The autonomous Yugoslav region of Kosovo promises to be the second. During the current rebellion against the Yugoslav army, the ethnic Albanians in the province, most of whom are Moslem, have been provided with financial and military support from Islamic countries. They are being bolstered by hundreds of Iranian fighters, or Mujahadeen, who infiltrate from nearby Albania and call themselves the Kosovo Liberation Army. U.S. defense officials say the support includes that of Osama bin Laden, the Saudi terrorist accused of masterminding the bombings of the U.S. embassies" in Africa.
Wow. He wants to be president? No wonder Hillary supports him! She needs him to keep this quiet! If he doesn't win, expect a swift Arkansaside!!!
Either she's doing it for his silence, or he's black mailing her!
The Clinton administration was on the terrorists side!!!
Our commander and chief who'll not fight against his good Muslim terrorist buddies?
Vote Republican. Seriously! No kidding!
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