The Arab world is pushing back on the U.S. policy of destabilization in the Middle East.
Egypt and the United Arab Emirates launched air strikes in Libya against Islamist militias, the rebels the U.S. backed in its war to topple Gaddafi. It’s not hard to see why.
The U.S. sold advanced weapons systems to Qatar an active agent of this destabilization effort. Qatar is an ally of Iran and NATO member, Turkey. It is home to the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikwan) – a Nazi created global neo fascist movement that has successfully garnered the vocal support of western Leftists and liberals, anti-war activists, and high profile academics such as Cornell West, Noam Chomsky and Judith Butler. Qatar also hosts the Hamas leadership, a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Both Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood are backed by Washington and the E.U. Likewise, the Muslim Brotherhood has been energetically promoted by International Crisis Group, a Soros created think tank whose members include U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power and former NATO commander Wesley Clark.
Meanwhile, in Iraq, the U.S. left behind a veritable treasure trove of arms, tanks, Humvees, cash, and military infrastructure sufficient to outfit a small army — which apparently it has, as with virtually no significant resistance, it has been seized by ISIS – ISIL, an Iranian proxy army of Arab – Islamists that is setting it sights on Saudi Arabia – positioning itself to seize control of the all important oil triangle now that its chief obstacle, Sadam Hussein’s army, has been decimated through the bi-partisan efforts of Washington political elites .