16 May, 2016

Why Aren’t the Zionist Wars Working? Why Is There Still No Peace in the Middle East?

Posted by Socrates in 'Middle East', Iraq, Iraq War, Israel, Israel - the facts, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, Office of Special Plans, Socrates, War On Israel's Enemies, Zionism, Zionist lobby at 12:59 pm | Permanent Link

How ironic that, had America not invaded Iraq and killed Saddam, there would be peace in Iraq today. (Saddam kept all the warring factions separated and under control). But, no, America couldn’t leave well enough alone. We just had to let a handful of Jews in the Pentagon’s Office of Special Plans lie America into war for Israel’s benefit. Trivia: American troops have been in Iraq significantly longer than they were in Vietnam! (i.e., regular combat troops; 13 years vs. 10 years; despite the 2003 Iraq War “ending” in 2011, there are still 5,000 U.S. troops in Iraq; it’s a safe bet that more U.S. troops will be sent to Iraq because it doesn’t look like Iraqi troops are able to stabilize the country).


  • 4 Responses to “Why Aren’t the Zionist Wars Working? Why Is There Still No Peace in the Middle East?”

    1. J├╝rgen Says:

      Big Jew has one fundamental weakness – the impetuous nature of his hate for his enemies.

      Zionists clobbered their old enemies not realizing the long-term folly of their actions, be it in Iraq, Afghanistan, or Libya. This just may do them in. You can’t keep fighting the wrong war at the wrong time and last very long in this world.

    2. fd Says:

      1984: “War is peace.” There is no distinction between the two.

    3. fd Says:

      The obese Federal government cannot justify its existence without perpetual war. The Jews will provide a surplus of wars to keep the federal engine running.

    4. fd Says:

      Off Topic

      3d Reconstruction against the South (1860s, 1960s, 2000 plus) accelerates. Seven public schools in Houston will be renamed. The hated Confederate heroes go down the memory hole.