Both right and left wingers are constantly slamming Obama for his foreign policy. They feel he is weak, harsh, complacent, indifferent, apologetic, more interested in golf, and everything in between. Although I am not an Obama fan, I did admire his style.
Up until today, I thought his actions resembled Ron and Rand Paul. Why risk the lives of soldiers and throw tax dollars away?
The left is so concerned with the disenfranchised while the right demands war. Or are they parroting what the inner circle wants-war? You have to remember that reporters report first to their boss and second to you and me.
Why is it so important to fight ...let's see...-Russia, pro-Russian separatists, ISIL/ISIS, Hamas, al-Qaeda...? Wait, I think the U.S. now funds al-Qaeda. I'm sure I'm leaving some group out.
The only consistency to this hawkish attitude is New World Order conspiracy theory. To establish New World Order, we need to establish world dominance. You can't have world dominance without oil dominance. You also need drug and food dominance, but that's another story or even book. Big Pharma, Big Agri, Big Conspiracy explains it all.
Let's start with the Middle East-not our problem. What happened to those reporters was horrific, but think about this rationally. With exception to political assassination (Archduke Ferdinand for example), when does any country go to war because a few citizens were brutally murdered? These reporters were not murdered by a government, they were murdered by a bunch of yahoos who roam the desert and jump from terrorist group to terrorist group like a high school student trying to find his/her niche. Who are we going to war against? Define ISIS or ISIL. What is their address? What is their driver's license number or voter's registration card? Do they pay taxes to any particular government? How do you fight a terrorist group who might join another terrorist group the next week? How do you know they aren't posing as your ally?
Obama finally caved from the constant criticism by funding anti-Syrian rebels to fight Assad. Many believe these "rebels" are al-Qaeda. What a slap in the face of the U.S soldiers! And the tie-in to ISIS/ISIL is too confusing.
Is war really just a disguise for a favor? Or is it pay back? To begin with, Saudi Arabia aka oil exporters in terms of debt charts is the U.S.'s third biggest sugar daddy. China and Japan are the biggest debt-holders and the only one the main stream media ever talks about. But the fact is this: the U.S. owes the Saudis big. This might be the reason for our "concern" for the Middle East. Saudi Arabia wants to clean up the Islamo-mess and we can't afford to say no.
Unlike ISIS, the Saudis like making money and like the idea of an elite class running the world. Unlike ISIS, they understand real power and it's not going to be found in the middle of the desert with a few machine guns and knives with serrated edges. The inner circle globalist sees ISIS's terror as an opportunity to take over the region. What do you think about U.S.'s constant meddling into Middle Eastern affairs? Leave a comment.
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