By Zine Larbaoui
Faced with the jihadists rapid progress, the Iraqi army said it was prepared to take major action north of Baghdad, even though Iraq is swamped by these US sponsored terrorists who betrayed their country. Worse, the current authorities, paid for by the United States, are part of the conspiracy against their own country.
Unsurprisingly, yesterday President Obama said he is considering a new military aid to help the overstretched security forces in Iraq, but on one condition: according to Obama we need the “Shiite government of Iraq,” (see the finger-pointing of the religious persuasion), to commit to undertake significant political reforms.
It is no surprise, considering the arrogant and above all contemptuous American exit. Knowing they have placed these people in power, supported those (ISIS) who attack Syria today, there is no ambiguity in the U.S. position. It is even logical. How can one respond to an emergency situation with conditions? This approach strengthens the argument that it is the Americans who are behind ISIS. Some, especially the naysayers and fools, are concocting all kinds of conspiracy theories. But given the fact that Sunni extremists have had on the ground many gains in quickly moving into Baghdad, and see Obama say he will take this weekend time to consider a range of options, including bombing by drone but no ground troops, one does not have to be a clairvoyant to understand.
“The United States is not simply going to involve itself in a military action in the absence of a political plan by the Iraqis that gives us some assurance that they’re prepared to work together,” he said. “We’re not going to allow ourselves to be dragged back into a situation in which, while we’re there, we’re keeping a lid on things and, after enormous sacrifices by us, as soon as we’re not there, suddenly people end up acting in ways that are not conducive to the long-term stability and prosperity of the country.”
In fact, Syria’s failure reveals the clue. If the US planners are logical with themselves, they should not only bomb jihadists in Iraq, but not protect Syria’s Syria-Iraq border area between the towns of Raqqah and Deir Ezzor, the terrorists true rear bases. Otherwise, it would simply be a connivence on one side by the ISIS with the United States to destroy Syria and, on the other side, opposing each other in the destruction of Iraq, and those are hardly consistent policies. Another explanation would be of religious nature. Indeed, the Iraqi Shiite Nouri al-Maliki has always been unfavorable to the war in Syria and is not hostile to Iran, which supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, an Alawite branch of Shiite Isla . Will the United States, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, major financial supporters of Sunni extremists, actually fight in Iraq? It is less certain …
After the concessions granted to the Iraqi Kurds, what does the United States mean by “major political reforms”? Quite the mystery. Is this not an explicit political request to have a denominational confession alternating as the head of the country? From Shia, to Sunni and to Christians? A real departure from democracy. Some went even further by stating that the former officials of the Baath Party, close the former dictator Saddam Hussein are the natural allies of ISIS. All Sunni populations too. A big hoax. As if designed to strengthen the lies of the Gulf War’s false acquaintances between Saddam Hussein and terrorism.
While a deadly sectarian war continues across the country, triggered after the terrorist attack in Samarra in 2006, this city, predominantly Sunni and high center of Shiite ideology, which houses a major Shiite shrine in Iraq, the mausoleum of imam Ali al-Hadi and Hassan al-Askari, we must finally understand that the United States, which controls the situation, is on a mission under ISIS flag. Indeed, as long as oil continues to flow, do not worry, all is well. How is it that these heavily armed people, who were at the gates of Baghdad, the Iraqi capital, coincidentally were unable to only take the major oil center or sites? Find the error.
In fact, in this case, it is still the Muslims who are the ones to suffer. They are killing each other for morbid ideologies, when they finally have, in fact, neither the power nor the money. What’s the point of buying villas in Marbella or St Tropez while Palestine is awash with misery? These Gulf leaders have the characteristic of Arabs but are Muslim in name only. They are impostors, fueling extremism on behalf of the U.S. As in the Ukraine, order out of chaos continues unabated.