Washington Institute For New East Policy Suggest how to Instigate a War With Iran
purpose is not necessarily to debate the current political elements of the Iranian question. They aren’t contemplating the viability, or morality of a war with Iran. Instead, they are attempting to devise strategies by which the government could convince the American public and the world that a war with Iran is the “right thing to do”, even if it means fabricating their own justification.
Think tanks like this not only construct policy framework, but they also write the subversive talking points used in the mainstream media that manipulate the masses into acceptance of that framework. In the video above, there is no suggestion that Iran would be left alone if the will of the public leans away from conflict. Instead, Patrick Clawson ,who works frequently with the Council On Foreign Relations openly suggests that a Gulf Of Tonkin style event be engineered (he uses the phrase “covert means”) in order to force a war into being.
Posted on September 27, 2012, in Economic Affairs, Foreign Affairs, National Security, Politics and tagged Council on Foreign Relations, Gulf Of Tonkin, Iran, Iran–Iraq War, Neoconservatism, Patrick Clawson, Think tank, United States, Washington Institute For Near East Policy. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.