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PIECZENIK EXPLODES: ISSUES WARNING TO TRUMP, MATTIS AND MCMASTER ABOUT GOING TO WAR IN SYRIA

America’s foremost expert in international affairs, having served under 5 Presidents, instrumental in the Camp David accords, in addition to playing a key role in regime changes around the globe for decades, Dr. Steve Pieczenik exploded with rage on the Alex Jones show yesterday — warning Trump and his team that war crimes would follow if they pursued a neocon agenda of war in Syria, which the American people do not want.

“This is a warning to our generals, Mcmaster, and others, who think they can do a regime change in Syria. Number one, that will not be possible, not with the military, not with all the forces you have and not with the quality of the soldiers you have, the generals. Any notion of a regime change through force is both absurd or criminal. The issue of Syria and Assad have no national security interests to us at all. This will be an incredible dereliction of duty if we go to war in Syria.”

He then warned Mcmaster and Mattis directly, saying that he will “come forth, and be tried for criminal activity, as will Mathis.”

“There is no reason to put our men and women in harm’s way for oil pipelines, or whatever nonsense that is military industrial complex thinks we need to do to get in the middle east. We have no interest in the middle east.”

“There is no cause for war.”

“Again, we’re going through the nonsense of the neocons.”

Dr. Pieczenik made his first public appearance in more than 30 years during the Presidential elections, saying in no uncertain terms that he represented a faction of the American intelligence community that would not allow Hillary Clinton to become the next President. Moreover, he claimed to be part of an organization that released the Podesta emails to Wikileaks. Interestingly, the mainstream media continues to ignore the good Doctor — in spite of the fact that is resume is anything but conspiratorial. He is the real deal.

At one point in the interview, he got so heated that Jones had to cut him off when he threatened legal action against the President.

“If this goes any step further, this is a warning to our generals, to our President, and anyone involved. Once again, we will react quite vociferously and strongly. This is grounds for all types of legal action against the President.”

He further elaborated on the situation in Syria as a war that is unwinnable, describing how the Assad family was firmly entrenched and could not be displaced by American forces, who have ‘no idea what they’re doing.’

“The people I know in the military are increasing their force structures to the degree that there is no strategy whatsoever. If you have no strategy, and regime change isn’t a strategy, do not go to war.”

“The President needs to understand, if he goes to war, that’s his problem and we will have a major blowback, domestically. Our military is not prepared for this type of war. Our generals have no idea what they’re doing.”

A confused Jones, obviously caught off guard by the acrimonious tone of Dr. Pieczenik, asked what had changed from Friday to cause him to issues these warnings.

Pieczenik described, from a psyops point of view, the things he learned over the weekend that caused him to worry.

But once I hear, and I understand there are more forces placed there over the weekend, there was artillery placed in there. And in fact, they are creating in the White House, what we call a dichotomy or two messages.”

“You have a purposeful confusion.”

“Do not go to war in Syria.”

A must listen.

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15 comments

  1. frog

    “they are creating in the White House, what we call a dichotomy or two messages.”

    Unfortunately, the White House creates far more than two messages on most subjects, including Syria. The White House is all over the map. They lie constantly, and also state wildly different views on the same subject.

    The Obama doctrine was “Don’t do stupid shit”.

    The Trump doctrine seems to be “Do everything, and its opposite, and be totally incoherent in your total lack of strategy and sense. Under no circumstances should you learn about how government works, or about how to construct your EOs or other polices so that they are legal and in accordance with the currently existing laws. If you are going to invade a country, make sure you know nothing whatsoever about it.”

    That last sentence is actually a continuation of longer term U.S. policy in the M.E. So perhaps that part shouldn’t be part of the Trump Doctrine, since it preceded him.

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    • BenCBrainard

      Why do you write so much? I get tired of having to scroll down the page. My finger grows weary.

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  2. Dr. Fly

    Right.

    Arab spring, ISIS, Libya, Iraq, Egypt, migration into Europe. All nothing burgers under Obama.

    You’re fucking certifiable.

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    • frog

      I never said that Obama followed his doctrine completely– although he certainly did less stupid shit per day than Trump has.

      Obama stated what his doctrine was, so we knew what he said he intended to do, and can judge to what degree he followed it. Trump never stated his own doctrine, so we have to infer from his actions what it is.

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    • frog

      And Obama was not responsible for ISIS or Arab Spring. Nor was anything he did in LIbya, Iraq, or Egypt as extremely bad as what the Right Wing conspiracy theorists at Drudge, Fox, Breitbart etc.said it was. That being said, he clearly did do some stupid shit.

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      • ferd

        You really should learn more about the subjects you spout about …particularly Libya. Libya was prosperous, secular, oil revenues were plowed back to health and education. Income distribution was the most egalitarian in Africa and the standard of living for the average Mo the very highest on the continent. That is what Obama/Hillary/Rice destroyed …likely because Ghadaffi was looking to trade in other than USD, but who knows why for sure …maybe some folks just feed on death and mayhem.

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      • TJWP

        Obama was, and will be remembered as, the worst president in the history of the United States.

        He was an unmitigated disaster. He damaged the republic by drastically expanding executive power, started wars, politicized tax and intelligence agencies to target political opponents, indebted the nation to an unheard of degree and has zero accomplishments to show for it.

        These aren’t “right wing” facts, merely facts. An unmitigated disaster, like most affirmative action hires.

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    • ferd

      …Yemen, Ukraine/Crimea

      Obama went along with whatever he had to in order to be a two term president. Less excusable perhaps than is Trump’s bumbling, because Obama likely knew more about what was going on than does president short attention span.

      Did you sack sac?

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    • Good Shepherd

      My hope is that Trump is making the choice clear as he did during the primaries, “Show respect, or get the stick.” To be credible the threat must appear real.

      Also, I remain confident in Trumps intuition of leverage and negotiations. Pain avoidance is the universal language.

      Once the threat has been received and compliance adopted Trump has quickly responded with praise to his former adversary.

      RE: Dr P.
      His resume is rock solid. How much power does he yield/represent? Could his pleading with Trump to the point of appearing irate be part of the psyop? Are foreign nations monitoring fucking infowars?

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  3. t.c.

    My guess is that Trump is going to invade eastern Syria to destroy ISIS and to created a Kurdish state in the Northeast of the country. I think his opening offer to Putin is “Assad must go” but in reality he is willing to let Assad stay and control everything except the Kurdish zone with some kind of agreement for democratic reform or some kind of future power transfer agreement. – just a guess.

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    • ironbird

      No way brother. Total all out war to kill every last thing important in the whole world. Or possibly you are right. We keep cult crazies out of “safe” zones. Interesting concept to say the least. Very not vampire.

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  4. chuck bennett

    Sac can’t be sacked. Especially since Frog is here.

    Not to mention , he gives us bits we would never know about and it has some truth to it. His deliver is just off.

    I agree, Trumps campaign pledge was to destroy ISIS. So far, dude has followed through with most of his talk.

    Regards

    Chuck Bennett.

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  5. MSGT HARTMAN

    I’m not getting excited until I hear the speech “We are not about to send American boys 9 or 10 thousand miles away from home to do what Asian boys ought to be doing for themselves”.

    Study Reagan, he got all the libertarians, commies and democrats riled up just by talking. Never pulled the trigger, never started a war.

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  6. moonshot

    Assad is an opthamologist? Board certified?! Holy shit pack it in boys, we’re done.

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