The Syrian Army’s success in defeating the US led terrorists constitutes a blow to America’s covert proxy strategy. The US “Re-directional” Middle East policy consists in buying time. The current softening of US rhetoric is a smokescreen to enable the US and its allies to shift strategies and proxy allegiances, in their regime change objectives in Syria and Iran.
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US NATO War Agenda
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization which no longer borders the Atlantic Ocean, is well advanced in its U.S.-crafted mission to expand into history’s largest and first international military bloc and an unprecedented threat to world peace.
With the exception of Afghanistan (October 2001), all major US-NATO led military operations over a period of almost half a century have been initiated in the month of March.
Mali at first glance seems a most unlikely place for the NATO powers, led by a neo-colonialist French government of Socialist President Francois Hollande (and quietly backed to the hilt by the Obama Administration), to launch what is being called by some a new Thirty Years’ War Against Terrorism.