“The recent spread of revolutionary fervor throughout the Middle East, chiefly aimed at sleazy regimes in league with Israel and its Neo-Conservative agents for war in the American National Security Establishment, now combines with flagging domestic American political support for the War for Empire and Eretz Yisrael. While these developments are essentially positive, they have ominously created a level of desperation among the denizens of the Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI) and its lapdogs in the American government and media, which may lead these servants of the Hidden Hand to a new and terrifying level of employment of the unthinkable to achieve their diabolical objectives,” wrote Mark Dankof, former US Senate candidate.
In his recent interview with Iran’s Press TV, Mark Dankof said that Saudi ‘royals’ have sent their forces to combat the anti-Khalifa protests in Bahrain and supplied arms to anti-Qaddafi rebels in Libya on orders from Obama administration to protect Israeli interests in the region.
“I am part of the American Right in this country that has consistently opposed the type of foreign policy that the United States has been pursuing in the Middle East. Well does it relate to supporting the Zionist state, without question, as it also relates to supporting a series of regimes in that part of the world that clearly do not have popular support, and in the long run, it is simply going to take a foreign policy based in force for this whole status quo to continue,” said Dankof.
“There is only one problem. Aside from the immorality of this, the United States does not have enough men and enough money to continue this type of an imperial policy any more than their British predecessors did. And when we look at Robert Gates’ history as his superior at the CIA, Ray McGovern, said about the nature of Gates’ relationship with Barack Obama, I think it is entirely reasonable to postulate that, in fact, there was an agreement between Gates and the Saudi regime that they would carry this out either at the behest of the United States or the bare minimum with a green light from the United States to proceed,” added Dankof.
Listen to Mark Dankof in a video below.