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 US Lt. General William E. Odom (Ret.)

Lt. Gen. William E. Odom (Ret.) is senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and professor at Yale University. He was director of the National Security Agency from 1985 to 1988.

"Terrorism is not an enemy. It cannot be defeated. It's a tactic. It's about as sensible to say we declare war on night attacks and expect we're going to win that war. We're not going to win the war on terrorism. And it does whip up fear. Acts of terror have never brought down liberal democracies. Acts of parliament have closed a few."
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The contextual backdrop of Schosser's book incudes plenty of the kind of Cold War insanity that many Americans have relegated to the attics of our memories: the rush-rush nuclear buildup stewarded by the hawkish Strategic Air Command boss Gen. Curtis ...
YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NOTICE that Plaintiff will move for an Order of Reference or the Court may issue a general Order of Reference of this action to a Master in-Equity/Special Referee, pursuant to Rule 53 of the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure ...

Before his death in 2008, former Reagan administration NSA director General William Odom called Bush's war on Iraq the "greatest strategic disaster in United States history.
Because the United States itself has a long record of supporting terrorists and using terrorist tactics, the slogans of today's War On Terrorism merely makes the United States look hypocritical to the rest of the world.
Because the United States itself has a long record of supporting terrorists and using terrorist tactics, the slogans of today's War On Terrorism merely makes the United States look hypocritical to the rest of the world.
Because the United States itself has a long record of supporting terrorists and using terrorist tactics, the slogans of today's War On Terrorism merely makes the United States look hypocritical to the rest of the world.

said Lt. General William Odom, former National Security Agency Director. To acknowledge this in no way justifies what happened in Paris in 2015 and Brussels today.
The U.S. suffered what Gen. William Odom called the "greatest strategic disaster in American history"--because of the resistance of Iraqis to occupation.
They were all kosher to the Judeo-Christian soldiers and their unremorseful masters leading us down the path to what the late Gen. William E. Odom called "the worst strategic disaster in our history". ... The 'war Party' and their boss in the White ...
Gen. Hugh Shelton (1942- ), former Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs Of Staff from 1997 to 2001, (in his memoirs 'Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior', 2010).
... the primrose path to what the late Gen. William E. Odom called "the worst strategic disaster in our history"?
... Western nations and militant political Islam, which America considered an ally in the struggle against the Soviet Union. The director of the National Security Agency under Ronald Reagan, General William Odom recently remarked, "by any measure the U ...
Perhaps the most interesting encapsulation of this, however, is found in the 1993 Congressional testimony of Lieutenant General (Ret) William E. Odom, former Director of the U.S. National Security Agency: Another kind of desirable influence through ...
Perhaps the most interesting encapsulation of this, however, is found in the 1993 Congressional testimony of Lieutenant General (Ret) William E. Odom, former Director of the U.S. National Security Agency: Another kind of desirable influence through ...
The current parliament was elected on 26 October in a vote which the OSCE characterized as "an amply contested election that offered voters real choice, and a general respect for fundamental freedoms". It again pointed out that "Electoral authorities ...
In a memorable exchange back in 2007 with the late and great General William Odom, Hewitt similarly grilled Gen. Odom about whether, facing the new Hitler (Iran) Odom would be on the side of Churchill or Neville Chamberlain.
This is not another article that attempts to condense the history of ISIS into 1,000 words or less. This is an article about perspective, a perspective that media corporations have irresponsibly created.

The defeat and disbandment of the IS militia, in particular, merit the international community's immediate attention or else, Gen. William Odom, quoted above, will be proved right. By Gurmeet Kanwai Gurmeet Kanwal is a former director of the Centre for ...
A former director of the National Security Agency, Lt. General William Odom, said, "By any measure the US has long used terrorism.
Before this invasion, Lt. Gen. William Odom (Ret.), the general that was Ronald Reagan's blunt-talking chief of the National Security Agency, was one of the few military men to oppose what turned out to be a predictable disaster.
Before this invasion, Lt. Gen. William Odom (Ret.), the general that was Ronald Reagan's blunt-talking chief of the National Security Agency, was one of the few military men to oppose what turned out to be a predictable disaster.
Before this invasion, Lt. Gen. William Odom (Ret.), the general that was Ronald Reagan's blunt-talking chief of the National Security Agency, was one of the few military men to oppose what turned out to be a predictable disaster.
They're still making excuses for what the late General William E. Odom called "the greatest strategic disaster in US history": everyone believed Saddam had WMD!
Here, after all, is a party that is unanimous in its unwillingness to learn anything from its recent series of repudiations at the polls, or from the bloody history of what the late General William E. Odom called the worst disaster in American military ...
James William Odom, a Baylor University graduate student and former spokesman for the university, founded the organization, initially called the Wilberforce Center for Civic Engagement, in 2008.
Washington, D.C. - On April 20, 2012, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta formally established a new Department of Defense spy organization - the Defense Clandestine Service (DCS).
The director of the National Security Agency under Ronald Reagan, General William Odom recently remarked, "by any measure the US has long used terrorism.
The findings went on to make other more general observations about U.S. political subservience to Israel, stating that because of Israel's "powerful supporters in the United States, the White House deliberately covered up the facts of this attack from ...
The director of the National Security Agency under Ronald Reagan, General William Odom, admitted as much when he said "by any measure the U.S.
After all, these are the same people who swallowed every lie put out by the Bush administration in the run up to the invasion of Iraq, broadcasting and elaborating on the phony "intelligence" promulgated by the neocons as justification for what Gen ...
After all, these are the same people who swallowed every lie put out by the Bush administration in the run up to the invasion of Iraq, broadcasting and elaborating on the phony "intelligence" promulgated by the neocons as justification for what Gen ...
Where I worked at the Associated Press, general manager Keith Fuller - the company's top executive - was considered a staunch supporter of Reagan's foreign policy and a fierce critic of recent social change.
Gen. William Odom, former director of America's National Security Agency, had also gone on record acknowledging, "the US has long used terrorism.
Twelve years ago last week, the U.S. launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in U.S.
Twelve years ago last week, the U.S. launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late Gen. William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in U.S.
Twelve years ago last week, the U.S. launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in U.S.
Twelve years ago last week, the U.S. launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in U.S.
Twelve years ago last week, the U.S. launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in U.S.
Twelve years ago last week, the U.S. launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in U.S.
Twelve years ago last week, the U.S. launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late Lt. Gen. William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in U.S.
By Ron Paul || Twelve years ago last week, the US launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in US history.
Twelve years ago last week, the US launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in US history.
Twelve years ago last week, the US launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in US history.
By funding al-Qaida in the 1980s as a means of rebuffing Soviet Russia's growing influence in Asia, the U.S. helped establish Islamic radicalism in Pakistan and Afghanistan -- defeating Iran's hegemonic ambitions while also throwing Pakistan off its ...


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