martedì, Giugno 28

Political wars in the Middle East Much, if not all of today's crises can be traced back to the corridors of the White House

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Beirut –  Although much of the public remains under the impression that unrest in the Middle East is somewhat of a political constant; proof that this region of the world simply cannot, and does not understand the delicacies of diplomacy and peace-building; much, if not all of today’s crises can be traced back to the corridors of the White House.

And if of course it would be unfair to pin all blames on the United States, it remains nevertheless true that if not for America’s military interventionism, the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) and the rest of the world for that matter, might have found itself standing on very different political legs indeed.

ISIL for one  – the brain-child of Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabist clergy – could never have rose its ugly head. If not for America’s political engineering and western capitals’ silence, death and destruction would not have befallen the MENA the way it did. Hundreds of thousands of men and women would not have had to flee their homes, and their lands, if not for America’s world ambitions.

As US President Barack Obama so eloquently put it in his address to the UN General Assembly this September 28: “We see the fears of ordinary people being exploited through appeals to sectarianism, or tribalism, or racism, or anti-Semitism.” Yes indeed Mr President! The seeds of such evil were actually planted by one of your compatriots, the founding father of covert destabilization –  Zbigniew Brzezinski. And yet America has not been called into question; its war games it appears have not yet reached such machiavelic proportions that the public cannot help but finally peer through the smoking mirrors.

As America’s hawks continue to spill their poisons, arming and financing so-called “democratic revolutions” through a carefully built network of NGOs across the MENA; terror, violence and radicalism have gained exponential ground. From Libya to Lebanon, Yemen, Egypt, Tunisia and Bahrain, the same narrative of hate and division has dominated; as if invisible hands were pulling identical strings, angling countries and people to follow into pre-determined political formats.

Ever since the CIA tried its hand at regime change back in 1953 in Iran against Mohammed Mossadegh, the US has not looked back once; instead, it has pushed for more control, more behind-the-curtains manipulations as its officials worked to create a world order they could claim control over. Today, this thirst for control has been compounded in this  grand shadow foreign policy apparatu, you might also know as US-funded NGOs.

The National Endowment for Democracy for example, a central part of former US President Ronald Reagan’s propaganda war against the Soviet Union three decades ago, has evolved into a $100 million US government-financed slush fund that generally supports a neocon agenda often at cross-purposes with the Obama administration’s foreign policy. NED’s most infamous, and recent footprint can be found in Ukraine, where it heavily invested in propping neonazis militants to depose a leader, President Viktor Yanukovyc, who Washington felt was too independent for its liking.

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