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Five Ways the U.S. Enabled the Islamic State (Because ISIS is a bigger threat to Russia than NATO is...)
Was ISIS’ enabling by the US and NATO intentional? Or are Western policy wonks “Simply Stupid”?
Foreign Policy In Focus (top link):See ” ISIS to the Rescue; Amid NATO’s failures in Ukraine, America’s terrorist mercenaries threaten war with Russia at Land Destroyer for the geopolitical threat ISIS presents to Russia, which also goes a long way to explaining the Pentagon and NATO’s love-hate relationship with Islam’s jihadists in general.Contradictory U.S. policies, as with Al Qaeda a generation ago, have aided and abetted the development of the Islamic State. In fulfilling the terrorists’ dream — transforming into a state with an army — ISIS, now the Islamic State, has become the stuff of nightmares for much of the Middle East and the West. I almost wrote that it had become “the worst nightmare,” but I’ll reserve that for when it obtains nuclear weapons. (Wait — what?)
But, to some extent, the Islamic State is a product of the United States. Here are five reasons why:The Fortune 500-funded Carnegie Europe think tank recently published an op-ed titled, “Forget NATO, Russia’s Got Bigger Problems.” In it contains astounding admissions - that NATO’s agenda is expanding itself all along Russia’s borders, that “the EU is now in direct competition with Russia over the future of the lands straddling the EU and Russia," and that its plans in Ukraine are in utter disarray.
The op-ed would also leave readers with an unmistakable threat:The threat is clear. The Islamic State (ISIS), a creation of US, European, Saudi, Qatari, and Israeli designs, is a global mercenary expeditionary force, precisely as Al Qaeda was since its inception in the 1980’s in Afghanistan.What could deter him [Russian President Vladimir Putin] is his own combustible southern flank and Islamic State, which Russia would be very unwise to ignore. It is these threats that are far, far more dangerous to Russia than NATO’s limited intentions in Poland and the Baltic states.
These threats are also more dangerous than the EU, whose openness has hugely profited Russian companies and ordinary Russian citizens.
If Putin thinks NATO and the EU are his big threats, competitors and enemies, he hasn’t seen anything yet.