[Editor’s note: When evil old bastard Kissinger speaks, the Arab world listens carefully, particularly in embattled Syria where VT’s governmental contacts have often cautioned me to remain vigilant of all things Kissinger speaks about.
Why? Simple, Evil old Henry is one of the most senior Zionists, one of the leaders of the international criminal cabal that runs Israel and has infiltrated Europe and the US to the extent that we are little more than puppets.
When Kissinger speaks, we should analyse his words carefully in order to discern the messages he is sending so we can analyse them to gain some insight into the Zionist agenda.
Here, Kissinger gives the game away abut the greatest fear of Israel and the Zionists – a contiguous and unified region under the control of strong and stable Arab states stretching from Iran to Lebanon. Of course, when he talks about this becoming an ‘Iranian radical empire’ he is emitting male bovine fecal matter in order to try to justify current and future US and Israel malfeasance to try to prevent Lebanon, Syria and Iraq freeing themselves of mercenaries and achieving peace and stability.
IS was created largely to destroy Syria and Iraq in order to prevent these Arab nations growing in strength, power and stability. The ultimate goal is the destruction of Iran, but Syrian and Iraq have to be taken out first. The Iranians are well aware of this and it is a large part of why they have been fighting alongside their Arab neighbours to defeat IS.
Kissinger has chosen this moment to speak out on this issue for the simple reason that the IS plan has failed, Syria, Iraq and Iran, with Russian help, are close to finally defeating IS.
So now we have evil old Henry trying to lay the ideological foundations for a new effort to do what IS failed to achieve and prevent Syria and Iraq from becoming peaceful, stable states and therefore major roadblocks in the path of the ultimate goal of destroying Iran.
Worryingly, any attempt to achieve through military force what IS failed to do would mean having to directly confront and do battle with not only Syrian and Iraqi forces, but also Iranian ones too, and possibly also Russian forces. China has also stated ti will back Iran to the hilt.
This is worrying because it raises the spectre of not just proxy mercenary forces, but US and allied military forces being pitted against those of Syria, Iraq, Iran and Russia.
World wars grow out of regional conflicts, so we have good reason to be worried. Ian]
Destroying the Islamic State militant group could lead to an “Iranian radical empire,” former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger warned.
The 94-year-old former senior diplomat made the remarks in an article titled ’Chaos and order in a changing world’.
“In these circumstances, the traditional adage that the enemy of your enemy can be regarded as your friend no longer applies. In the contemporary Middle East, the enemy of your enemy may also be your enemy,” he wrote in an article published on CapX.
“The Middle East affects the world by the volatility of its ideologies as much as by its specific actions.
“The outside world’s war with Isis can serve as an illustration. 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?” he questioned, using an alternative acronym for IS.
“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 an Iranian radical empire,” Kissinger added.
Iran has had a heavy influence in several conflicts across the region.
In Iraq, the Popular Mobilisation Forces – more commonly known in Arabic as al-Hashed al-Shaabi – are financially and militarily backed by Tehran in the fight against IS.
Meanwhile in Syria, Iran sides with the embattled Bashar al-Assad.
His studies in history and background in the media industry have given him a keen insight into the use of mass media as a creator of conflict in the modern world.
His favored areas of study include state-sponsored terrorism, media manufactured reality and the role of intelligence services in manipulation of populations and the perception of events.