This Is So Bad
The Joe Biden administration is blundering America into a World War 3 scenario as tensions rise globally. We are looking at a WW3 in which the regime controlling America does not represent the American people, there is zero national cohesion, and there are no clear objectives except the profit-oriented destabilization goals and petty rivalries of the Oligarchs. Such a war is not winnable for the American government, and could spark a massive bipartisan antiwar movement to challenge the bellicose decisions of the Biden regime.
Biden is backing the anti-Vladimir Putin opposition effort in Russia while moving American troops into Syria. Putin is likewise moving Russian troops into Syria to engage in a staredown with the Americans. The Islamic State (ISIS) is back, committing terrorism in Iraq. China is flexing on Taiwan in the South China Sea, sparking U.S. warship entry into the region. Israel is bombing Syria. And Americans are beginning to realize that the globalist Biden regime is leading us blindly, cravenly into potential disaster.
Bombings in Baghdad
Dozens of civilians were killed or injured at Tayaran Square in Baghdad, Iraq on Thursday after a pair of suicide bombings. “One (terrorist) came, fell to the ground and started complaining ‘my stomach is hurting’ and he pressed the detonator in his hand. It exploded immediately. People were torn to pieces,” reported an observer. Reuters and other news agencies reported that the Islamic State, aka ISIS, took responsibility for the deadly terrorist attack.
ISIS was in retreat during President Donald Trump’s administration as Trump worked in coordination with Putin to bomb and dismantle the ISIS Caliphate in Syria. Trump scored one of his great victories when he took out ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi using the heroic war dog “Conan.” But now, predictably, ISIS returns. ISIS grew out of al Qaeda during the Obama-Biden administration as the Democrats supported al Qaeda in the region, believing the jihadist radicals could be used to topple sovereign potentates including Syria’s Bashar al Assad, a secular pan-Arab leader whose dictatorship threatens Western neoliberal designs on Syrian oil. Wikileaks released an email in which Jake Sullivan, then a Hillary Clinton henchman and now Biden’s choice to run the National Security Agency (NSA), said in no uncertain terms that al Qaeda “is on our side in Syria.” During Obama’s reign, ISIS took control of Syrian oil wells and funded its terrorist activities through black-market oil sales. The US neoliberal regime is determined to build new pipelines through Syria that can move gas into Europe, which would cut Putin out of his role as the chief supplier of the European Union’s energy. Putin is allied with Assad to prevent this from happening. Biden clearly wants to topple Assad — which was a piece of unfinished business from the Obama years — and that is creating a powder keg in the region that is likely to get much worse.
Staredown in Syria
Shortly after taking office, Biden moved a U.S. military convoy from Iraq into oil-filled northeastern Syria accompanied by helicopters and U.S. troops, according to Syrian media. Not to be outdone, Putin sent Russian troops into northeastern Syria to begin a tense staredown that could determine whether or not the U.S. and Russia actually engage in combat at some point in the near future.