Now 1hr and 19min with the Q&A

0 A horrible six year conflict befell Syria with a multitude of factions  fighting for territories backed by a score of foreign players. The  script for war as with Iraq in 2003 originated with Zionist partisans  with Israeli interests in mind. From Oded Yinon to the Israeli “Clean  Break” papers, the Zionist regime made it very clear what their  intentions were in Iraq and Syria. American mass media had a uniform  message that “Assad must go” for years until the Trump administration  took power. After cutting CIA funding and support for “moderate rebels”  which was always a cover of plausible deniability to fund Jihadist Al  Qaeda groups, which wouldn’t be a first for the US, the Syrian military  and its allies were able to quickly deliver a cascade of defeats to the  mercenary terrorists. In Iraq, after the US made it clear that they did  not back Kurdish secession and would not give them air support, the  Iraqi forces chased out the Peshmerga in a mere 36hrs. The world must  know that the US was dragged into these conflicts via Israeli pressure  and deceptions. As the President said, “we have spent 6 trillion dollars  in the Middle East and we haven’t won anything” It was never in  America’s strategic interest to be Israel’s enforcement arm in the  region. With Saudi Arabia falling apart internally and Israel’s plan for  Syria wilting before their eyes, can the US finally shake off these  parasites of foreign policy and take a new direction?