Why regime change is about amassing wealth and power as opposed to the cultivation of world peace.
The Lindsey Graham/Hillary Clinton/George Bush brand of neoconism is nothing more than a sham aimed at growing the New World Order by amassing as much wealth power as possible by imperialistic force.
The United States invaded Iraq under the false presumption that Saddam Hussein had something to do with the September 11th attacks.
Turns out – that was a lie.
Then President George W. Bush peddled fiction about the possibility of Hussein hiding weapons of mass destruction in his home country in order to gain congressional (and public) approval for a full-scale Iraq invasion.
Of course, WMDs were never found. Another lie.
In actuality, Saddam Hussein was overthrown because his regime failed to comply with the demands of Saudi Arabia, America’s closest ally despite the kingdom cultivating, funding and sponsoring jihadism all over the Middle East while also being responsible for funding the 9/11 hijackers.
The criminal murdering Saudi government is in bed with the globalist establishment power-broker elite who have embedded themselves firmly within the NEW WORLD ORDER. It is in the best interests of that aforementioned New World Order for Saudi Arabia to retain its stranglehold on the Middle East and state-sponsored terrorism has been a means for them to achieve that task for decades.
In addition, Saddam Hussein was a staunch opponent of the petrodollar monopoly – I’ll get to that in a little bit. Just remember, always follow the money.
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, a proud neocon, continued what Bush started in the region by overthrowing Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 – Gaddafi was another leader (albeit, he was not a saint either) who was hostile towards the criminal Saudi government (noticing a pattern?) and an Islamic State enemy . The Obama/Clinton foreign policy lead to the overthrow of Gaddafi thereby enabling ISIS to take over Libya and further strengthening the boogeyman which has been the catalyst for the establishment to dissolve our civil liberties in the United States.
Since 2011, ISIS has grown exponentially and Libya has devolved into a failed state marred with war, violence and civil unrest.
U.S. interventionism failed…again.
Or maybe it succeeded and the destabilization we are seeing in Libya today was always intended to be the end game.
And now that leads us to Syria.
Neocons love to use the words “humanitarian intervention” in an effort to play on the hearts of their sheep followers, but in reality – no such concept exists.
FOLLOW. THE. MONEY.
The real reason why the west (The U.S. and NATO) are fighting proxy wars, sending troops, conducting air raids and wreaking havoc in Syria in an apparent effort to overthrow the secular Bashar Al Assad has nothing to do with humanitarianism and everything to do with competing natural gas/oil pipelines designed to supply Europe with energy. These pipelines, if constructed, would be in direct competition with Russia which currently supplies Europe with energy through a pipeline that runs through Syria – a Russian ally.
Syria quickly rejected the proposal for this pipeline in an effort to protect Europe’s top supplier of natural gas and petroleum based energy – Russia.
In actuality, intervention in Syria is based largely on the advancement of the petrodollar monopoly. In lamen’s terms, this is essentially an agreement between oil-producing countries in which oil is allowed to by traded ONLY with the U.S. dollar. The Assad regime and Vladimir Putin in particular stand in the way of this agreement, they don’t want any part of it. As a result, the globalist establishment manifested through NATO and other New World Order entities have engaged in a proxy war with Russia which is being fought in Syria by…you guessed it, the threat and very real possibility of overthrowing Assad UNDER THE GUISE of humanitarian interventionism when, like I explained to you earlier, no such concept exists.
Another piece to this puzzle that cannot be ignored is the profit that comes along with being in a state of perpetual war. Weapons Manufacturers influence policy in Washington through campaign contributions which are nothing more than legal bribes.
It is the vicious cycle outlined above that endlessly feeds the military industrial complex.
Some analysts have dubbed it “war for profit” – and it is one of the main reasons why a Middle East in turmoil is beneficial for the globalist tax-exempt elite class.
So, what is the solution? Well, it starts with the choice you make at the ballot box.
The only presidential candidate who has proposed, thus far, the radical notion of leaving Russia and Syria alone, the only presidential candidate who has proposed a set of foreign policy positions that would result in the United States evolving from the world’s BULLY to a harbinger of peace, the only presidential candidate who is not beholden to the special interests driving foreign policy at the federal level is Donald Trump.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why he is an excellent candidate for President.
Trump doesn’t want any part of the neocon interventionist philosophy designed only to benefit special interests, geopolitics and the large scale hoarding of influence, power and resources. I’m not asserting that the United States should completely withdraw from foreign affairs nor am I suggesting that interventionism is ALWAYS BAD – there is no question that some national security risks require U.S. military intervention to be diffused.
However, Saddam hussein and Moammar Qaddafi never posed a risk whatsoever to the national security of the United States and the same is true for Syria’s Bashar Al-Assad. With regard to foreign interventionism, regime change and “nation building” – do not believe in the horse manure the general public is being fed by the corporate media about “humanitarian” interventionism and instead….always….