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Iraq, Libya, Syria: the failure of the US

Tineric
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8/5/2016 7:35:10 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
Washington thinks that can maintain and monitor terrorist groups using them for its own purposes since the Afghan war. Bandits get American weapons and equipment. The Pentagon and the CIA have grown "Al-Qaeda" and other Islamic militants, but 20 years after the September 11 attacks were forced to fight against them. In 2001, the US invaded Afghanistan and stayed there as long as 13 years. It is longer than the Soviet Union.

According to official data, American coalition over the years lost in killed three thousand men. The wounded are more than 10 thousand men. Military analysts say that in reality loss is twice. Either way, Washington with its ill-conceived policy in the region already forced American soldiers to pay the blood. Remember the famous interview with US President Barack Obama, who in the winter of 2014 called the ISIS as "junior team" of terrorists? Five months later, in June, just a thousand of these "juniors" have mastered major Iraqi city of Mosul. It was prepared and armed by the Pentagon instructors. Iraqis threw latest US armored vehicles, modern weapons and even tanks "Abrams". The "Caliphate" has got all this.

Today there is chaos in Iraq; the country is de facto split into two warring parts: Kurdish, Sunni and Shiite. Meanwhile, the "Taliban" raises head in Afghanistan again. There are also groups of ISIS. Jihadists do not hide that their goal is to capture the southern regions of Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia, where post-Soviet regimes live his last days, and the tangle of social and economic problems entices young people to simple solutions such as terrorism and violence.
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8/5/2016 11:20:35 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 8/5/2016 7:35:10 AM, Tineric wrote:
Washington thinks that can maintain and monitor terrorist groups using them for its own purposes since the Afghan war. Bandits get American weapons and equipment. The Pentagon and the CIA have grown "Al-Qaeda" and other Islamic militants, but 20 years after the September 11 attacks were forced to fight against them. In 2001, the US invaded Afghanistan and stayed there as long as 13 years. It is longer than the Soviet Union.

According to official data, American coalition over the years lost in killed three thousand men. The wounded are more than 10 thousand men. Military analysts say that in reality loss is twice. Either way, Washington with its ill-conceived policy in the region already forced American soldiers to pay the blood. Remember the famous interview with US President Barack Obama, who in the winter of 2014 called the ISIS as "junior team" of terrorists? Five months later, in June, just a thousand of these "juniors" have mastered major Iraqi city of Mosul. It was prepared and armed by the Pentagon instructors. Iraqis threw latest US armored vehicles, modern weapons and even tanks "Abrams". The "Caliphate" has got all this.

Today there is chaos in Iraq; the country is de facto split into two warring parts: Kurdish, Sunni and Shiite. Meanwhile, the "Taliban" raises head in Afghanistan again. There are also groups of ISIS. Jihadists do not hide that their goal is to capture the southern regions of Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia, where post-Soviet regimes live his last days, and the tangle of social and economic problems entices young people to simple solutions such as terrorism and violence.

It's because the West(and its politicains) refuse to educate themselves on Islam. They try Westernised thinking in their diplomacy and strategies in the M.E. just envoking religious fatwas and jihad against themselves. Ousting Islamic leaders(that westerners think are bad) is so bad it hurts. Jimmy Carter did it with Iran...and opps, he was replaced with a totalitarian oligarch that was congenitally hostile to "the infidel". Ousted Gadhafi. Ousted Mubarak. Want to oust Asad. Bad moves. Why?

1)It's like hitting someone's brother. Brothers can fight each other, but an outsider comes in you wind up fighting the whole family. These leaders simply do whatever it takes to control people of Middle Eastern Islamic thinking. Is it right in Western eyes? No. But in Eastern eyes this is Allah's plan. Whenthe West attacks anything in the M.E. they aren't attacking a dictstor to most of these people. To themwe are attacking their god. And then the West can't understand the wrath and hatred towards the West in Islam.
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brontoraptor
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8/18/2016 4:44:52 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/5/2016 7:35:10 AM, Tineric wrote:
Washington thinks that can maintain and monitor terrorist groups using them for its own purposes since the Afghan war. Bandits get American weapons and equipment. The Pentagon and the CIA have grown "Al-Qaeda" and other Islamic militants, but 20 years after the September 11 attacks were forced to fight against them. In 2001, the US invaded Afghanistan and stayed there as long as 13 years. It is longer than the Soviet Union.

According to official data, American coalition over the years lost in killed three thousand men. The wounded are more than 10 thousand men. Military analysts say that in reality loss is twice. Either way, Washington with its ill-conceived policy in the region already forced American soldiers to pay the blood. Remember the famous interview with US President Barack Obama, who in the winter of 2014 called the ISIS as "junior team" of terrorists? Five months later, in June, just a thousand of these "juniors" have mastered major Iraqi city of Mosul. It was prepared and armed by the Pentagon instructors. Iraqis threw latest US armored vehicles, modern weapons and even tanks "Abrams". The "Caliphate" has got all this.

Today there is chaos in Iraq; the country is de facto split into two warring parts: Kurdish, Sunni and Shiite. Meanwhile, the "Taliban" raises head in Afghanistan again. There are also groups of ISIS. Jihadists do not hide that their goal is to capture the southern regions of Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia, where post-Soviet regimes live his last days, and the tangle of social and economic problems entices young people to simple solutions such as terrorism and violence.

That's what Obama and Clinton do best. Bomb, assassinate, drone kills, and sending stable regions into chaos.
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

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