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Al Julani interview with eng subtitles

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[video=youtube]http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-mWJLB9x5Y[/video]
 
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I remember seeing something a little over a year ago about how some factions within the US foreign policy apparatus were talking about arming Al Queda to fight Islamic state. Before the Obama administration was dissolved the Pentagon was helping the SAA while the CIA was helping the people fighting against them. Al Nusra split from Al Queda in January this year. I wonder if now that IS is done for (even if a lot of them were allowed to leave Raqqa with their weapons) this new terrorist conglomerate will be the CIA/Qatari proxy by which they wage war against Assad and Hezbollah going forward. Its certainly not over yet.
 
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commander_zoidberg said:
I remember seeing something a little over a year ago about how some factions within the US foreign policy apparatus were talking about arming Al Queda to fight Islamic state. Before the Obama administration was dissolved the Pentagon was helping the SAA while the CIA was helping the people fighting against them. Al Nusra split from Al Queda in January this year. I wonder if now that IS is done for (even if a lot of them were allowed to leave Raqqa with their weapons) this new terrorist conglomerate will be the CIA/Qatari proxy by which they wage war against Assad and Hezbollah going forward. Its certainly not over yet.

glad we met here

"terrorist" in the opinion of USA and its minions eh
 
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nausea said:
glad we met here

"terrorist" in the opinion of USA and its minions eh

Terrorist is probably a fair description. Except when they are doing the bidding of the US and its minions. Even though history has shown these kind of things always get out of control and bring blow back on the US and its minions. You can see the effects in Europe with the "diversity barriers" protecting our bridges and Christmas markets in Europe. Still full speed ahead in the middle east. My guess is we are entering a new phase where the US, Israel and KSA will arm more Sunni "terrorist" groups in order to try and drive Hezbollah out without the US having to declare war on them. Even though in effect Hezbollah are the only force in the region who can provide reasonable peace keeping and prevent more terrorism.
 
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Why does he state: "the US want's Syria to be like Yemen"

what does that mean?
 
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Harvey_Weinstein_Hero said:
Why does he state: "the US want's Syria to be like Yemen"

what does that mean?

Yemen is currently in a state of civil war between Iranian supported houthi rebels who overthrew the long standing regime of president Saleh a few years ago and Sunni factions supported by Saudi Arabia and its airforces bombing campaign. The Saudis (Sunni Muslims) and Iran (Shia Muslims) are ramping up a state of cold war in the middle east to an all out "hot war" which will eventually follow. The US supports its ally KSA. The US still has major beef with the Iranians over the revolution and the embassy siege.

The Syrian civil war was started by the US, KSA and Qatar to try and bring it into their sphere of influence and run a gas pipeline across a formerly hostile country which was in the Russian and Iranian sphere of influence and also outside of the globalist system. The US has long standing beef with the Assad regime. The primary motivator of this "beef" was the suicide bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut in the Lebanon in 1983 orchestrated by the Syrian intelligence services and the newly formed Hezbollah to drive the Americans out. It was also partly revenge for the US dividing the Arab worlds position with its peace negotiations in the 1970's which isolated Syria in the first place. Likewise Yemen is just another proxy of this struggle.

Yemen has a long and miserable history actually. What is now Yemen was part of the British colonial possession of Aden. The British were engaged in all sorts of covert military action to try and keep a lid on the problems in Aden. Especially in the 1960's when the Soviet Union got involved and brought Yemen into the Communist fold. The British also assisted the Omanis to drive out the communists invading from Yemen in the 1970's. Communism later fell in Yemen. Its still one of the worlds most backwards countries. It was a hot bed of Islamic militancy. The long ruling president Ali Abdullah Saleh was ousted from power during the Arab Spring and its been downhill from there.
 
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commander_zoidberg said:
Yemen is currently in a state of civil war between Iranian supported houthi rebels who overthrew the long standing regime of president Saleh a few years ago and Sunni factions supported by Saudi Arabia and its airforces bombing campaign. The Saudis (Sunni Muslims) and Iran (Shia Muslims) are ramping up a state of cold war in the middle east to an all out "hot war" which will eventually follow. The US supports its ally KSA. The US still has major beef with the Iranians over the revolution and the embassy siege.

The Syrian civil war was started by the US, KSA and Qatar to try and bring it into their sphere of influence and run a gas pipeline across a formerly hostile country which was in the Russian and Iranian sphere of influence and also outside of the globalist system. The US has long standing beef with the Assad regime. The primary motivator of this "beef" was the suicide bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut in the Lebanon in 1983 orchestrated by the Syrian intelligence services and the newly formed Hezbollah to drive the Americans out. It was also partly revenge for the US dividing the Arab worlds position with its peace negotiations in the 1970's which isolated Syria in the first place. Likewise Yemen is just another proxy of this struggle.

Yemen has a long and miserable history actually. What is now Yemen was part of the British colonial possession of Aden. The British were engaged in all sorts of covert military action to try and keep a lid on the problems in Aden. Especially in the 1960's when the Soviet Union got involved and brought Yemen into the Communist fold. The British also assisted the Omanis to drive out the communists invading from Yemen in the 1970's. Communism later fell in Yemen. Its still one of the worlds most backwards countries. It was a hot bed of Islamic militancy. The long ruling president Ali Abdullah Saleh was ousted from power during the Arab Spring and its been downhill from there.


thanks for the in-depth response. What a total cluster fuck of problems. It's to bad the US can't keep it's big nose out of the middle east
 
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Harvey_Weinstein_Hero said:
thanks for the in-depth response. What a total cluster fuck of problems. It's to bad the US can't keep it's big nose out of the middle east

Looks like the attitude might have changed a bit under president Trump. The opinion of the mainstream candidates was that the US should ramp up air dominance over Syria with a no-fly zone and conduct a bombing campaign against Assad like they did against Gaddafi in Libya to assure victory by IS. Which would have basically been an act of war against Russia because they are manning most of Syria's air defense as well as conducting combat air patrols and bombing missions against US supported "rebels".

Trump has done very little either way on the situation. It seems to me either through ignorance and confusion or through clear understanding of the current geo political mess the world is in that the US is backing away from some of its objectives. It may be less economically inclined to today because oil prices are lower because of all the shale oil supply brought online recently. Canada is the biggest oil supplier to the US through the tar sands and KSA no longer sits on the worlds biggest oil reserves. Venezuela does.
 
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commander_zoidberg said:
Terrorist is probably a fair description. Except when they are doing the bidding of the US and its minions. 

big chaos eh?

one of the reason I disagree to call them "terrorists"( meaning the negativity of the term ): they are doing asymmetric war

and why all this happened? OIL


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thanks for the in-depth response. What a total cluster fuck of problems. It's to bad the US can't keep it's big nose out of the middle east

if you want, check the other videos I posted around

also next time I propose @commander_zoidberg to a promotion, you know what to do
 
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