Clear as Mud

Middle East Explained_0The current state of U.S. foreign policy in a nutshell:

Are you confused by what is going on in the Middle-East? Let me explain. We support the Iraqi government in its fight against Islamic State (IS/ISIL/ISIS). We don’t like IS but IS is supported by Saudi Arabia whom we do like. We don’t like President Assad in Syria. We support the fight against him, but not IS, which is also fighting against him.

We don’t like Iran, but the Iranian government supports the Iraqi gov’t against IS. So, some of our friends support our enemies and some of our enemies are our friends, and some of our enemies are fighting our other enemies, whom we don’t want to lose, but we don’t want our enemies who are fighting our enemies to win.

If the people we want to defeat are defeated, they might be replaced by people we like even less. And, all this was started by us invading a country to drive out terrorists who weren’t actually there until we went in to drive them out – do you understand now?

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2 Responses to Clear as Mud

  1. Thanks Luther! I needed a good chuckle today. Unfortunately, CFR thus US foreign policy is based on destabilization and blocking development. That’s how we bring about the Neo-Feudalistic future.

  2. Nolan says:

    Yes, I think I understand. Our strategy is to supply everyone in the Middle East with weapons to keep them busy fighting each other there, in an attempt to keep them occupied and not give them time to think of a terrorist attack here, all the while lining the pockets of “defense” corporations at taxpayer expense. Sounds like a logical plan to me.

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