On Thursday, without naming the Zionist entity, Iranian president Sheikh Hassan Rouhani blamed the western colonial powers for the wars and bloodshed in the Middle East. In his roughly ten minute speech he emphasized that keeping in mind the western colonial powers hostility toward Iranian nation in the past, Iranian leadership is very careful in trusting western promises especially fighting terrorism in the region. Rouhani also stressed that Iran is against foreign powers’ military involvement in fighting insurgency in Syria and Iraq. He said that regional problems must be resolved by the regional players.
Rouhani also underlined the Western and Israeli secret agencies which created the various terrorist groups with a single goal: “the destruction of civilization, giving rise to Islamophobia and creating a fertile ground for further intervention of foreign forces in our region”.
“The strategic blunders of the West in the Middle-East, Central Asia, and the Caucuses have turned these parts of the world into a haven for terrorists and extremists. Military aggression against Afghanistan and Iraq and improper interference in the developments in Syria are clear examples of this erroneous strategic approach in the Middle East. As non-peaceful approach, aggression, and occupation target the lives and livelihoods of ordinary people, they result in different adverse psychological and behavioral consequences that are today manifested in the form of violence and murder in the Middle East and North Africa, even attracting some citizens from other parts of the world. Violence is currently being spread to other parts of the world like a contagious disease. We have always believed that democracy cannot be transplanted from abroad; democracy is the product of growth and development; not war and aggression. Democracy is not an export product that can be commercially imported from the West to the East. In an underdeveloped society, imported democracy leads only to a weak and vulnerable government,” Rouhani said.
“There are moderate politicians and elites in our region who enjoy the confidence of their peoples. They are neither anti-Western nor pro-Western. While aware of the role of colonialism in the backwardness of their nations, they are not neglectful of the role of their nations in reaching the development they seek. They do not absolve the West from its misdeeds, but are also aware of their own failings. The voices of these leaders are the true voices of moderation in the Islamic world; the familiar sound of an Afghan tired of war; an Iraqi victim of extremism, a Syrian fearful of terrorism; and a Lebanese worried over violence and sectarianism. I believe this is a strategic mistake, if countries claiming leadership of the coalition do so to continue their hegemony in the region,” Rouhani added.
John Kaminski, an American Christian writer explains America’s wars against Muslim countries to benefit who, in a recent post.
Before the U.S. ever began its Jewish-driven World Wars of the 20th century, it had ravaged the undeveloped parts of the Western Hemisphere and East Asia, capturing Spain’s possessions around the world, and supplanting Britain as the empire on which the Sun never set.
Happy idiot Americans have no clue about this history, or about the century that followed, in which a foreign coterie of kosher wheeler dealers claiming persecution abroad were to take control of the American war machine, and produce weapons and carnage unequalled in the annals of human history.
Fast forward to today and you realize that throughout the past century there has been a seamless progression of constant wars with virtually no period of peace that we can see in either our recent history or our calculable future.
Will we ever stop fighting and making war on people whose resources we want to steal before everyone is dead? Probably not, and this will be our epitaph, as it has been the sorry signature of all the empires of recorded history. The wars eventually come home to the people who are conducting them, and that’s what’s happening now.
They spin catastrophes these days faster than you can process them. The latest Israeli slaughter in Gaza was quickly erased from the news cycle by the neocon coup in Ukraine, the shootdown of the Malaysian jet, and now the sudden creation of a new bunch of rebels in order to renew the attack on Syria, all crafted to a background beat of one false move starts World War 3 if the Russians take the bait, which apparently they will not. Or at least they haven’t yet.
Who benefits from all these insanely aggressive maneuvers, all precipitated by American forces doing the bidding of Israeli Jews?