posted on Dec, 27 2014 @ 03:19 PM
My opinion is the USA governing body has a doctrine that's already been instituted. This plan was/is to destabilise as many countries, hostile to
Israel, as possible. The goal is to have these countries fight among themselves causing financial instability, infrastructure destruction, military
degradation, and political / government downfall. This doctrine helps to degrade these countries to the point they cannot contribute towards hostility
unto Israel. There's a risk, however. War creep across borders into countries the USA would prefer not be involved. And, escalation whereby Russia
would / will become over involved.
I believe the current USA bombing of ISIL is just meant to be token. It's just an attempt to show other countries the USA is trying to help destroy
ISIL but in reality ISIL is helping, in a way, to support the USA doctrine. There is a risk in this as well. ISIL could back fill the vacuum created
by the USA doctrine, thereby creating a future Taliban or Al-Qa'ida. Also I believe the current doctrine included making some sort of peace or
agreement with Iran with the goal of keeping Iran from instituting any hostility towards Israel.
a reply to: LordOfDestruction