The membership of the CFR includes past Presidents, Ambassadors, Secretaries of State, Wall Street investors, international bankers, foundation executives, think tank executives, lobbyist lawyers, NATO and Pentagon military leaders, wealthy industrialists, journalists, media owners and executives, university presidents and key professors, select Congressmen, Supreme Court Justices, Federal Judges, wealthy entrepreneurs, and as many as ten 9-11 Commission Members.To make sure those manufactured wars in Iraq and Afghanistan keep hot, I managed to lose hundreds of thousands of weapons in Iraq, which I told those clueless imbeciles 'embedded' with me was just an accounting error.
Carroll Quigley, Professor of History at Georgetown University, stated, "The Council of Foreign Relations is the American Branch of a society which originated in England and believes national boundaries should be obliterated and one-world rule established."
I have polished my image to come across as a 'good ol' boy,' but I enjoy luxury, living high on the taxpayer's dime and like to live in palaces we've stolen, when I'm not jetting around in my Pentagon supplied custom fitted 60 million dollar Gulfstream 550.
I attended the 2009 Bilderberg Group meeting in Greece and answered all the wealthy elite's questions perfectly, thanks to my grooming at the CFR.
The premier Zionist 'think' tank, AEI, gave me two thumbs up for my presidential aspirations and even awarded me the 2010 Irving Kristol Award for helping murder one million plus Iraqi's, 'existential' enemies of my backers, Israel and the Zionist snobs who run that nation.
Some in the Zionist owned press, have compared me to Dwight Eisenhower!
Soon, you peons will be calling me not General, but President Betrayus!
Afghanistan: The Longest Lost War
Despite the most advanced military technology, the drones, the Special Forces, the increase in the number of trainees, advisers, NGOers and the building of more military bases, the Resistance is winning. Despite almost a decade of warfare, including an invasion and occupation, the U.S. military and its allies and client-state armed forces are losing the war in Afghanistan.
The Soviet war in Afghanistan, also known as the Soviet-Afghan War.
The final troop withdrawal began on May 15, 1988, and ended on February 15, 1989. Due to the high cost and ultimate futility of this conflict, the war in Afghanistan has often been referred to as the Soviet equivalent of the United States' Vietnam War.