America’s Mafia Foreign Policy – ITEL PT – 1.16.20
Final show from the Philippines for some time as we got to witness plumes from the Taal volcanic eruption that occurred Monday. It was a quite a scene as you could see the ash plume rising up from the southwest of my location. Combine that with experiencing the sound of low, rumbling sounds of volcanic activity and traces of ash falling all about and you had the makings of an exciting final week in the Philippines.
Moving over to the Middle East and the ongoing fallout from Trump’s extrajudicial hit on IRGC commander Gen, Soleimani, press continued to hammer home on the idea that Trump’s narrative was falling apart. Iraq’s parliament voted to remove American troops from Iraq while Secretary of Defense Esper went blathering about how Suleimani was “a terrorist” who had the blood of “hundreds of American lives on his hands.
The total unethical stance of the Secretary of Defense Esper is inferiorating. If Esper truly cared about who has “blood on their hands”, why hasn’t the Pentagon and the US Military gone after all those obvious enemies within?
Crickets. Apparently in Esper’s rather Jewish logic, those who defend themselves from your bullying are not permitted to defend themselves in kind. To call someone who fights another man’s army a “terrorist” is just plain, dishonest, bullshit.
What Jews want is that those they oppress should not be able to defend themselves in kind with the means available.
Had American military personnel not been put into harms way under totally criminal pretenses, Iraqi would never have had the need to defend themselves in kind. But don’t try to explain basic logic to mafia hitmen.
Meanwhile, Syria continues to make rapid gains in Idlib, rolling up Israel’s, the CIA’s, and Turkey’s proxy terrorists armies, Along with that comes the unfortunate reality of the local population becoming under siege and with that, mass movement of civilians away from the fronts.
This story continies to evolve.
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