Colin Powell

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(soldier, politician, deep state operative)
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BornColin Luther Powell
New York City, New York, U.S.
Alma materCity College of New York
SpouseAlma Johnson
Member ofAtlantic Council/Board, Atlantic Council/Distinguished Leadership Awards, Council on Foreign Relations/Members 3, International Rescue Committee/Directors and Overseers
Victim ofPermanent_war/Mentality

Employment.png US/Secretary of State Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
January 20, 2001 - January 26, 2005
DeputyRichard Armitage
Preceded byMadeleine Albright
Succeeded byCondoleezza Rice

Employment.png Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
October 1, 1989 - September 30, 1993
BossLes Aspin
Preceded byWilliam J. Crowe
Succeeded byDavid E. Jeremiah

Employment.png National Security Advisor

In office
November 23, 1987 - January 20, 1989
DeputyJohn Negroponte
Preceded byFrank Carlucci

Employment.png Deputy National Security Advisor Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
January 1987 - November 22, 1987
Preceded byPeter Rodman
Succeeded byJohn Negroponte

Vietnam War

In his autobiography, Powell said he is haunted by the nightmare of the Vietnam War and felt that the leadership was very ineffective. When Tom Glen, a young specialist fourth class, wrote a letter to his superiors alleging "routine brutality against civilians", Major Powell wrote back that "There may be isolated cases of mistreatment of civilians and POWs... [but] this by no means reflects the general attitude throughout the Division.” Without interviewing Glen, he claimed that U.S. soldiers in Vietnam were taught to treat the Vietnamese courteously and respectfully, noting that US troops also had gone through an hour-long course on how to treat prisoners of war under the Geneva Conventions.[1]

Normalization of terror

Colin Powell said after the 1998 United States embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, that “[Terrorism] is the cost of doing business and it's not just something that can happen overseas but, as this community knows better than anyone, it can happen here... I think there are limits to what you can do in a free society.” [2]

Cabal allegation

In 1993, Harry Miller, a Vietnam War veteran, sued Colin Powell, together with Bill Clinton, Larry Silverstein, Richard Nixon and Ross Perot, alleging that they had perpetrated acts including serial murder for 25 years, since the war in Vietnam, as part of a conspiracy to distribute heroin. In January 1994, a New York court threw out the suit; an appeal by Miller was later rejected. The suit was not reported by the commercially-controlled media at the time.[3]


Full article: Rated 4/5 9-11

On 9-11 he was Secretary of State. He met with General Mahmoud Ahmad two days after 9-11.[4]

Iraq War

In September 2015, Colin Powell defended the decision to go to war in Iraq even though it was based on faulty intelligence about the existence of weapons of mass destruction. The war had become a flashpoint in the 2016 US presidential election, with every contender criticising the move and those in office at the time distancing themselves from their votes in support of it.

It became a particular challenge for former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who faced added pressure to disavow the invasion because it was spearheaded by his brother, former President George W. Bush. Powell told NBC's Meet the Press:

"If we had known the intelligence was wrong, we would not have gone into Iraq. But the intelligence community, all 16 agencies, assured us that it was right."[5]


A Quote by Colin Powell

Perpetual war“I am running out of villains. I am running out of demons. I’m down to Castro and Kim Il-Sung.”9 April 1991The Seattle Times


Related Quotations

George Carlin“Now listen, long as we’re discussing minorities, I’d like to mention something about language. There are a couple of terms being used a lot these days by guilty white liberals. First one is “happens to be”… “He happens to be black. I have a friend who happens to be black.” Like it’s a fucking accident you know? Happens to be black? “Yes, he happens to be black.” Ah, yeah, yeah, yeah, he had two black parents? “Oh yes, yes he did. Yes, that’s right.” Right, and they fucked? “Oh indeed they did… indeed they did.” So where does the surprise part come in? I should think it would be more unusual if he just happened to be Scandinavian! And the other term is “openly.” “Openly gay.” They say “he’s openly gay.” But that’s the only minority they use that for. You know, you wouldn’t say someone was “openly black.” … well maybe James Brown… or Louis Farrakhan; Louis Farrakhan is openly black. Colin Powell is not openly black, Colin Powell is openly white; he just happens to be black.”George Carlin
George Carlin“This whole country has a manhood problem, biiiiiig manhood problem in the USA. You can tell from the language we use; language always gives you away. What did we do wrong in Vietnam? We pulled out! Huh? Not a very manly thing to do is it? When you’re fucking people, you gotta stay in there and fuck them good! Fuck ‘em all the way! Fuck ‘em ‘til the end! Fuck ‘em to death! Fuck ‘em to death! Fuck ‘em to death! Stay in there and keep fucking them until they’re all dead! We left a few women and children alive in Vietnam and we haven’t felt good about ourselves since. That’s why in the Persian Gulf, George Bush had to say “this will not be another Vietnam!” He actually used these words, he said: “This time, we’re going all the way!” Imagine, an American president using the sexual slang of a 13-year-old to describe his foreign policy. If you wanna know what happened in the Persian Gulf, just remember the names of the two men who were running that war: Dick Cheney and Colin Powell… somebody got fucked in the ass!”George Carlin


Event Participated in

Bilderberg/199712 June 199715 June 1997US
Lake Lanier
Georgia (State)
The 45th Bilderberg meeting


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