On August 2, 2017, former US secretary of state and Jew war criminal, Dr. Henry Kissinger, in an Opinion Post at CAPX, Ziocon news site, warned the US and its allies in the Middle East (Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, UAE, Bahrain and Qatar) that once ISIS is destroyed, Iran would emerge as region’s most influential power.
“Most non-ISIS powers – including Shia Iran and the leading Sunni states – agree on the need to destroy it. But which entity is supposed to inherit its territory? A coalition of Sunnis? Or a sphere of influence dominated by Iran? The answer is elusive because Russia and the NATO countries support opposing factions. If the ISIS territory is occupied by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards or Shia forces trained and directed by it, the result could be a territorial belt reaching from Tehran to Beirut, which could mark the emergence of a Iranian radical empire,” ranted Kissinger.
It seems Henry Kissinger bought his PhD the way his Israeli buddy Shimon Peres got his Nobel Prize for US$100,000.
Only two Shia-majority countries Iran (80%) and Iraq (60%) and Shia-fighters from Lebanon are fighting ISIS since 2011. Syria is a Sunni-majority (70%) country but ruled by Ba’athist secularist elites from Muslims, Christians and Druze communities who control government and armed forces. Contrary to that, the US and its Sunni and Jewish regional allies arms and funds ISIS, Al-Qaeda and al-Nusra anti-Assad foreign mercenaries. The US and its allies are not fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq, but protecting it from its enemies.
The idea that Iran’s Revolutionary Guards or Shia trained militia will control the ISIS liberated areas in Syria or Iraq, is just another Zionist B.S. Both Syria and Iraq have conventional armies. Iraqi army was established, armed and trained by US occupation forces. Syrian army and air force is laced with Russian arms. Iranian army has never attacked or occupied its neighboring countries for the last 150 years. Israel, on the other hand, has attacked all its neighboring countries since 1948.
Western media also claims ISIS has extended its operation in countries such as India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and even Philippines. Maybe, Kissinger also believes Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have its trained militias in those countries too!
In 2014, Netanyahu admitted that ISIS is doing Israel’s dirty work in the region.
This is not the first time Kissinger spit his Talmudic hatred toward Iran. In an article for The Wall Street Journal (April 7, 2015), he wrote: “The final stages of the nuclear talks have coincided with Iran’s intensified efforts to expand and entrench its power in neighboring states. Iranian or Iranian client forces are now the pre-eminent military or political element in multiple Arab countries, operating beyond the control of national authorities. With the recent addition of Yemen as a battlefield, Tehran occupies positions along all of the Middle East’s strategic waterways and encircles archrival Saudi Arabia, an American ally. Unless political restraint is linked to nuclear restraint, an agreement freeing Iran from sanctions risks empowering Iran’s hegemonic efforts.”
Henry Kissinger in his 2014 book, World Order also shows his Jewish bigotry by claiming that Saudi-run extremist Wahabi-Salaafi cult is the true face of Islam followed by 1.9 billion Muslims around the world. He also gives the impression to his readers that Iran’s real agenda is not political Islam but to re-establish old Persian Empire. Throughout the 1970s, Kissinger was the architect of Israel-America’s relationship with Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. He cultivated personal relations with the royal family which is still effecting his genocidal brain to this day.
Despite daily military threats to Iran from Donald Trump and the Jews and Christian Zionists in his administration, Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli lobbyists are not sure if Trump would ever be able to wage Israel’s proxy war against Iran.
Henry Kissinger’s fear of Iran’s becoming a regional power, is not for the security of United States but for the Zionist entity.