quinta-feira, janeiro 28, 2016

Papões-proveta





«The US-British Are “Fighting” the Terrorists They Put in Power 

As has been explained by geopolitical analysts since 2011, terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda and their various rebrandings are far from being the West’s true adversaries. Besides being funded, armed, and backed by the West’s closest and oldest Middle Eastern allies – particularly the Saudis and Qataris – these terrorist organizations serve a two-fold purpose. First, they serve as a mercenary army with which the West fights targeted nations by proxy. Second, they serve as a pretext for direct Western military intervention when proxy war fails or is not an option.This was first illustrated with the very inception of Al Qaeda in the 1980’s where it was used as a proxy force by the US and Saudis to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan. In 2001, the presence of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan was used as a pretext for a US invasion and occupation that endures to this very day.As of 2011, literally these very same terrorists were organized, armed, funded, and provided with NATO aircover to overthrow the government of Libya. From there, they were rearmed and shipped to NATO-member Turkey where they then invaded northern Syria, and more specifically Idlib and the pivotal city of Aleppo.»

A velha história do bombeiro pirómano. Ou a nova modalidade dos Papões-proveta...

3 comentários:

João José Horta Nobre disse...

O Capitalismo preciso de guerra para sobreviver:

http://historiamaximus.blogspot.pt/2015/12/isto-nao-vai-acabar-bem.html

Portanto nada melhor do que bombeiros pirómanos e papões-proveta para reverter a queda tendencial da taxa de lucro...

muja disse...

fonte 100% charlie:


http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/24/world/middleeast/us-relies-heavily-on-saudi-money-to-support-syrian-rebels.html?_r=0

dragão disse...

Muja,

essa mais esta:
http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/60061/israeli-defense-minister-challenges-turkey-stop-buying-islamic-state-oil-middle-east/#kljTDw0BJ1D2aZfy.97

já indicia qualquer súbita camabalhota, não?...