Trump’s “Muslim Ban”Analyzed by Alison Weir, President of the Council for the National Interest

Trump’s “Muslim Ban”: Israeli Strategic Plans to “Remake the Middle East”, from 2001 and before, Targeted the Same Countries by Alison Weir, Founder/Director of IfAmericansKnewOrg, President of the Council for the National Interest, and author of “Against Our Better Judgment”. Posted February 13, 2017. 

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Photo: Syrian Survivors of Western War of Terror on Muslims

President Trump has issued an executive order suspending entry to the U.S for people from Iraq, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Iran, and Yemen (the order is called “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States”). These same countries were the focus of the “Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015” under President Obama.
 
While reports on Trump’s ban emphasize that these are Muslim majority countries, analysts seem to have ignored another significant characteristic that these countries share.
 
With just a single exception, all of these countries were targeted for attack by certain top U.S. officials in 2001. In fact, that policy had roots that went back to 1996, 1991, 1980, and even the 1950s. Below, we will trace this policy back in time and examine its goals and proponents.
 
The fact is that Trump’s action continues policies influenced by people working on behalf of a foreign country, whose goal has been to destabilize and reshape an entire region. This kind of aggressive interventionism focused on “regime change” launches cascading effects that include escalating violence.

 
See also: #AlisonWeir Free #PublicAccessTV HD 58min video #911TVorg #AIPAC #IsraelLobby #Colonization #Palestine Show it on your local cable TV! 100 Years of Pro-Israel Activism Free Public Education HD 58min video #911TVorg 


berkeley-free-speech-standing-ovation-for-alison-weir_2-16-17_fellowship-hall_vic-sadot-photoAlison Weir Receives a Standing Ovation in Historic Fellowship Hall in an event sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Committee on Feb 20, 2017 in Berkeley, CA. Video linked above and to the Photo by Vic Sadot.

Inspirational Song for this blog: “Simple Song of Freedom” – Free mp3 download at Sound Cloud by Broadside Balladeer Vic Sadot update of the Bobby Darin 1969 classic anthem to struggle released under license on “9/11 Truth & Justice Songs” available on CD Baby. The song was actually a hit for Tim Hardin in 1966, and Hardin’s “If I Were A Carpenter” was a hit for Darin.

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