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Trump’s Disastrous Year In The Middle East


#1

Trump’s Disastrous Year In The Middle East

Juan Cole

Chaos in Syria.

The regime deliberately used heavy weapons to target peaceful, civilian protesters, in hopes of making them militant so that they could be denounced to the outside world as terrorists.

#2

Expecting that incoherent imbecile to have a grand strategy in the Middle East is optimistic at best. Trump and his sidekicks are lost in their own little imperialistic world, one unfortunately inhabited by Putin as well. The Middle East will gradually lose relevance as oil diminishes in stature as our primary energy source. After that, it will be like Africa, they can fight each other until they all die for all the US cares.


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What can you expect when you elect someone president who doesn’t know what the nuclear triad is, can’t identify leaders of groups like Hezbollah, and claims he gets all his information on foreign countries from TV news? I don’t think you can expect much but a hodgepodge of actions with no clear goal. The Middle East is now so muddled with so many conflicts it is actually hard to distinguish actions with a clear aim and actions that are aimless. The worst things Trump has done in the Middle East is taking sides in the conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran (Sunnis versus Shiites), siding the Saudis, and making threats towards Iran that could lead to a US invasion. What we need is another president. Preferably a president who can get the US out of these Middle East conflicts between Sunnis and Shiites.


#4

Notice no articles on the staements of Nikki Haley how " all Americans" want the embassy moved to Jerusalem. That witch lies as much as G. W. in his rush to invade Iraq. Only Bibi and his dual citizen moles in the U.S. want the move to Jerusalem. Simply another step in the annihilation of the Palestinians. One degree at a time and the Palestinian frog will be boiled alive.


#5

Read the book The Palestine Conspiracy to understand how both Israelis and Palestinians can share Jerusalem as their capital without dividing the city by using congruent boundaries thus becoming a governing district much like the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is not a state, but rather a governing district where all parties may rule from their capital yet all are citizens with equal rights and property.

One capital – Jerusalem – for two countries with overlapping congruent boundaries. It has never been done before in the history of the world.

Think about it.

Read The Palestine Conspiracy.