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Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St and managing editor of the News Doctors http://thenewsdoctors.com/ and independent financial journalist, Eric Dubin are back for Episode #12 of Welcome to Dystopia.
With the horror in Paris, we need to stress that terrorism doesn’t
emerge out of a vacuum. Paul Craig Roberts’ article on Paris attacks: http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/…
It has a political context, and it’s impossible to understand the events in Paris without understanding that ISIS arose from conditions created by U.S. and allied nation policy – including direct financial and training support, particularly from Saudi Arabia
and Turkey playing key roles. The roots of U.S. policy of fomenting
Islamic radical terrorist groups as a tool extend all the way back to
the early 20th Century (led by the U.K.), but the biggest milestone
along the development of this “tool” is best represented by former
National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski’s plan to build-up
Al-Qaeda as a proxy force, setting an Afghanistan “bear trap” to weaken the Soviet Union. This isn’t conspiracy theory. It’s documented history, and Brzezinski openly boasts about his role.
“‘What is most important to the history of the world?’ Brzezinski said in 1998, ‘some stirred-up Muslims or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the cold war?’ — it had at least one unexpected result: it created a global jihad movement, led by veteran fighters who were convinced that they had defeated one superpower and could defeat another.” See: http://thenewsdoctors.com/?p=542014
The policy of using radical jihadists as a political tool continues to
this very day. It was only a couple of weeks ago that we had top U.S. military brass and politicians taking to the media and testifying before Congress, arguing for the need for additional so-called “moderate
terrorists” to overthrow Syrian President Assad. These so-called
moderate terrorists are principally the Al-Qaeda spawn al-Nusra Front and related groups. The U.S. spent over a decade presenting Al-Qaeda as the greatest terrorist threat in history, and responsible for 9/11.
Eric discussed how there is a split within the U.S. policy community
when it comes to Chinese renminbi inclusion into the SDR basket. http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idU… You can see an expression of this split given the missives that come out of the “think tank” community. A prime example was published just yesterday by the Peterson Institute for International Economics: http://blogs.piie.com/realtime/?p=5244 Tune into the show for more, including Eric’s explanation for how and why much of the media and alternative media are getting this story wrong.