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Kevin Barrett on Israel, 9/11, and Trump’s Afghanistan Policy

In the video above Kevin Barrett, discusses his views on 9/11 as well as on Trump’s decision to ramp up US military forces in Afghanistan. He notes that previously, back during the presidential campaign, Trump was skeptical about the US getting further involved in foreign wars–but now, as president, he is reversing many of his previous promises in that regard. It all kind of underscores comments made recently by former CIA agent Kevin Shipp regarding the deep state/shadow government. I put up a post a bit earlier today about Shipp’s talk back in July before an audience in northern California. You can check it out here if you haven’t done so.

3 thoughts on “Kevin Barrett on Israel, 9/11, and Trump’s Afghanistan Policy

  1. Outstanding, essential posting! … but I’ll repeat my oft-made lament that video clips such as this from PressTV, while obviously recorded just days ago, should be prefixed or suffixed (why not at the lower-right of the screen, shown for the entire duration?!) with the precise date of recording. Such a practice would be invaluable, IMO, for near- and longer-term historical reference and context….

    Yes, the merest glimmer of hope that I had that Trump might, just might, be brash and patriotic enough to undertake a serious, no-holds-barred “draining of the swamp” has been extinguished….

  2. P.s. I went to the Shipp link provided above; thank you! I wrote a comment there, and I appreciate, inter alia, Mr. Edmondson’s statement that Shipp did his thing on July 28, 2017!

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