I wish world powers actually took into consideration that their enemies or whoever they pin as enemies are just human as them and made of flesh and blood and anyone can do things that both parties are doing.
Since Obama’s latest speech on the upcoming US war against ISIS there has been a flood of commentary, some of it very cogent and some of it alarmist in the extreme. Based on reports from experienced investigative journalists and scholars, the US war against ISIS clearly runs the risk of inflaming the violence in the Middle East further and heightening the threat of terrorism. In order to grasp these realities an honest appraisal of the origins and development of this conflict must be made, admittedly an ambitious task in a media culture drowning in misinformation and deceptive insinuation. Below are just a few basic points that are worth bearing in mind as the Obama administration escalates this assault.
- The US is not bombing Iraq to “fix” anything but to sustain US regional hegemony.
A common criticism of the US attempt to bomb ISIS is that it will not “fix” the…
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