Thursday, August 11, 2005

Four Star General Fired For Organizing Coup Against Neo-Cons?

Prison Planet speculates about the reasons for the firing of a four star general. Was the general opposed to possible plans by the Neo-Cons to attack Iran?

http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/august2005/100805fourstargeneral.htm

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones of Prison Planet, on 10 August 2005, write about general Kevin P. Byrnes who was sacked on 9 August 2005 'for sexual misconduct'. Byrnes was the head of Fort Monroe's Training and Doctrine Command.

Prison Planet tells us that:

1. According to reporter Greg Szymanski, anonymous military sources said that 'Brynes was the leader of a faction that was preparing to instigate a coup against the neo-con hawks in an attempt to prevent further global conflict.'

2. According to journalist Leland Lehrman, speaking on The Alex Jones Show, army sources, including a former Captain in intelligence, became outraged when they learned that the official story behind 9/11 was impossible.

Army sources reportedly told Lehrman about an imminent Northcom nuclear terror exercise based in Charleston, S.C, where a nuclear warhead is smuggled off a ship and detonated.

Allegedly, the army sources claimed the drill would be used as the cover for a real false flag staged attack.

Lehrman reportedly said: "Speculation exists that he had potentially discovered the fact that it was gonna go live and that he was trying to put a stop to it or also speculation indicates that he may be part of a military coup designed to prevent the ridiculous idea of doing a nuclear war with Iran."

Lehrman reportedly claimed that other sources had told him all army leave had been cancelled from September 7th onwards.

The Washington Post reported recently that the Pentagon has developed its first ever war plans for operations within the United States, in which terrorist attacks would be used as the justification for imposing martial law on cities, regions or the entire country.

American Conservative Magazine recently reported that Dick Cheney had given orders to immediately invade Iran after the next terror attack in the US, even if there was no evidence Iran was involved.

Prison Planet argues that a major attack 'would head off any potential indictments against the Bush administration for their involvement in illegally outing CIA agent Valerie Plame.'



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