US BACKED TAKFIRIS CONTINUE TO TRY & DIVIDE & RULE IRAQ IN 'DEVILS GAME' IN RAMADI (20.05.2015)
The pure evil of NATO in Iraq, who are fooling no-one hiding behind their phoney 'Islamic State' beggars belief.
The Battle for Ramadi by no co-incidence follows the very public attempt of the US regime to try and illegally carve up Iraq along sectarian lines.
civilian families are repeatedly being brutally torn apart as politicians play the US Takfiri game with children's lives when all Iraqi civilians could actually be living like the House of Saud, such is their oil wealth
TEHRAN (FNA)- The inability of some politicians and tribal leaders to understand how far gone Iraq is, pictures today’s terrible reality in the fallen city of Ramadi.
One political party is determined to fight the terrorist group of ISIL, while others have chosen the path of indifference, corruption, destruction, lawlessness and de facto partition, unable to solve the Rubik's Cube of Iraq's sectarian and ethnic political puzzle.
After the successful liberation of Tikrit, the army and volunteer Sunni-Shia forces were expected to liberate the rest of the country. But after two months or so the country is still stuck in the quagmire of political uncertainty and sectarian rivalry, with its various parties - Shia, Sunni and Kurd - unable to fight under one banner. And this has only helped ISIL’s genocidal militants to consolidate further grip on the country.
Iraq is succumbing to centrifugal pressures as some radical Sunni politicians identify with sectarian and ethnic affiliations in this never-ending Devil's Game. The fall of Tikrit posed a great danger to the US army generals, Saudi Wahhabis and Qatari Oligarchs. So they came up with a phony campaign – Shia threat and dominance - to engineer sectarian friction and wrangling, and they succeeded. As a consequence, Ramadi, the capital of Iraq’s largest province, has fallen and politicians have no one to blame but themselves.
To understand what Iraq will look like, they only need to recall the civil war in Lebanon from 1975 to 1990. That war dragged on for fifteen years, during which the capital was split down the middle and its suburbs and nearby cities were turned into war zones, ethnically cleansed and fortified, where Christians, Sunnis, Shias, Druze and Palestinians each maintained their own armed enclaves, battling over the carcass of Beirut.
That is precisely what the war in Iraq is beginning to look like today. Some Sunni-majority towns like Ramadi are fast being transformed into a carcass to be fought over. The chaos of the present moment will certainly get worse unless all political groups and tribal units abandon their silly differences, swallow their pride, fight under the Iraqi banner AND under the command and control of the official security forces.
They all have a duty to help the government stop the terror group's advance. They must realize that the recurrent break-ups pose an existential threat to their own lives and communities, not to mention their own political future.
Despite the turn of events and military debacle, it’s never too late to retake control of the western city. Sunni politicians and tribal leaders have no other option but to stop throwing temper tantrums, paper over their differences and join with the army and security forces - before more heads start rolling on the streets of Ramadi.
The NATO sectarian propaganda below is deeply offensive because there is nothing sectarian about those who collaborate with NATO to murder their fellow Iraqis.
The Saudi Arabia petro economy benefits hugely from the War in Iraq, when all Iraqi civilians could be living like the House of Saud, such is their vast oil wealth.
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