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    EXCLUSIVE: Shocking proposal urges military leaders to attack major foreign power RAND Lobbies Pentagon: Start War To Save U.S. Economy Paul Joseph Watson &
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      EXCLUSIVE: Shocking proposal urges military leaders to attack major
      foreign power


      RAND Lobbies Pentagon: Start War To Save U.S. Economy
      Paul Joseph Watson & Yihan Dai
      Thursday, October 30, 2008
      Prison Planet.com


      According to reports out of top Chinese mainstream news outlets, the
      RAND Corporation recently presented a shocking proposal to the
      Pentagon in which it lobbied for a war to be started with a major
      foreign power in an attempt to stimulate the American economy and
      prevent a recession.

      A fierce debate has now ensued in China about who that foreign power
      may be, with China itself as well as Russia and even Japan suspected
      to be the targets of aggression.

      The reports cite French media news sources as having uncovered the
      proposal, in which RAND suggested that the $700 billion dollars that
      has been earmarked to bailout Wall Street and failing banks instead
      be used to finance a new war which would in turn re-invigorate the
      flagging stock markets.

      The RAND Corporation is a notoriously powerful NGO with deep ties to
      the U.S. military-industrial complex as well as interlocking
      connections with the Ford, Rockefeller, and Carnegie foundations.

      Current directors of RAND include Frank Charles Carlucci III, former
      Defense Secretary and Deputy Director of the CIA, Ronald L. Olson,
      Council on Foreign Relations luminary and former Secretary of Labor,
      and Carl Bildt, top Bilderberg member and former Swedish Prime
      Minister.

      Carlucci was chairman of the Carlyle Group from 1989-2005 and oversaw
      gargantuan profits the defense contractor made in the aftermath of
      9/11 following the invasion of Afghanistan. The Carlyle Group has
      also received investment money from the Bin Laden family.

      Reportedly, the RAND proposal brazenly urged that a new war could be
      launched to benefit the economy, but stressed that the target country
      would have to be a major influential power, and not a smaller country
      on the scale of Afghanistan or Iraq.

      The reports have prompted a surge of public debate and tension in
      China about the possibility that a new global conflict is on the
      horizon.

      China's biggest media outlet, Sohu.com, speculated that the target of
      the new war would probably be China or Russia, but that it could also
      be Iran or another middle eastern country. Japan was also mentioned
      as a potential target for the reason that Japan holds the most U.S.
      debt.

      North Korea was considered as a target but ruled out because the
      scale of such a war would not be large enough for RAND's requirements.

      The reported RAND proposal dovetails with recent comments made by Joe
      Biden, Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright and others, concerning
      the "guarantee" that Barack Obama will face a major "international
      crisis" soon after taking office.

      It also arrives following a warning from Michael Bayer, chairman of a
      key Pentagon advisory panel, who echoed the statement that the next
      administration will face an international crisis within months of
      taking office.

      One would hope that good people, or at least sane people who don't
      wish to start a global nuclear war, will oppose the RAND proposal,
      such as top the military generals who threatened to quit if Bush
      ordered an attack on Iran. Admiral William Fallon, the head of US
      Central Command, quit in March last year as a result of his
      opposition to Bush administration policy on Iran.


      Translations from Chinese provided by Yihan Dai.


      SOURCES
      Sohu.com - http://news.sohu.com/20081030/n260330741.shtml
      Ifeng.com - http://news.ifeng.com/mil/4/200810/1029_342_851523.shtml

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