America Never Intended to Defeat The Islamic State (ISIS)
By Tony Cartalucci
Global Research,November 20, 2014
Considering the hysteria generated by ISIS’ alleged globalexploits, it should then be infinitely curious to readers who happen across USpolicymakers claiming that ISIS may pose a threat, but constitutes by far alesser threat than Iran or Syria – the two principle nations leading the realfight against ISIS and its international sponsors. Furthermore, US policymakersclaim there is no urgency to defeat ISIS, and it should instead be “contained.”Of course, this “containment” will be within states targeted by US-backedregime change – serving as a convenient agent of destruction, destabilization,and perhaps even regime change itself.
Image: A growingchorus among US policymakers and the Western media are claiming that ISIS posesa minimal threat even amid simaltaneous efforts to ratchet up public hysteria.The West also claims it is no longer necessary to “defeat” ISIS and it shouldinstead be “contained” – instead nations targeted for regime change by the US,allowed to continue fighting America’s enemies by proxy … or in other words,ISIS should continue serving as the West’s private mercenary army.
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