Street Democracy writes:
A dreadful interval upon nations and great countries. The once hidden morally depraved policies of controlled conflict, these dimly lit principles are now in the spot light for all to see, and confirm.
The ‘shock and traumatising ‘ of villages rampaged with terror, and cause civil war, chaos, while the oligarchs control the chess board of war.
Our leaders ‘sour principles’ have led us into a miserable onslaught with controlled conflict of the bloodiest, torturous and fiendish levels of afflicted pain upon innocent families.To emotionally blackmail us into having fear, to feel powerless to stop it also.
Fear makes us behave irrationally and ask for protection. This protection comes at our cost of freedom.
Heavy surveillance, to protect us, digital spying and loss of civil rights, the criminalisation of anyone critical of government and so on.
But we know they want the Middle East with their spearing of evil and no depravity is depraved enough they won’t stoop too in order to divide and conquer the territory they want.
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By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
‘US policy think-tank Brookings Institution confirms that contrary to propaganda, US-Saudi “moderates” and Turkey-Qatar “Islamists” have been coordinating all along.
The war in Syria continues to drag on, with a recent and renewed vigor demonstrated behind an opposition long portrayed as fractured and reflecting a myriad of competing foreign interests. Chief among these competing interests, the public has been told, were the US and Saudis on one side, backing so-called “moderate rebels,” and Turkey and Qatar on the other openly backing Al Qaeda and its various franchises including the Islamic State (ISIS).
However, for those following the conflict closely, it was clear from the beginning and by the West’s own admissions that success hinged on covertly providing arms, cash, equipment, and both political and military support to Al Qaeda and other sectarian extremists, not opposed by Saudi Arabia, but rather by using Saudi Arabia as the primary medium through which Western material support could be laundered.’