Only one percent of the world seems to realize this. What makes this ironic is that this realization comes out of Europe and by a party so far left they’re practically Communist — the same type of lost crowd who wanted to see America elect him.
Obama has absolutely destroyed the Middle East, which is in turn permanently altering and destroying Europe through its refugee crisis and is watching it drown under its own socialist-communist political correctness. We’re also yet to see what ISIS (an American creation) infiltrators have in store.
Iran has been emboldened and is full speed ahead towards building a nuclear bomb (time tables vary) whereas nations such as Syria, Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Lebanon (to name a few) were completely overturned and left in absolute disarray. Don’t forget about Iraq which was abandoned, leaving behind a power vacuum (currently being filled in by Iran). Ukraine is also another case in point, although it’s overturning was a joint-operation by Washington and Berlin.
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Who bears the biggest blame for the refugee tragedy? For Sahra Wagenknecht and Dietmar Bartsch from the left of the main causes is quickly identified: the United States. The Deputy faction leaders insist on funds the government in Washington.
The deputy left party leader Sahra Wagenknecht and Dietmar Bartsch give the United States a large part of the blame for the refugee crisis, if not the largest. “Western countries led by the US has destabilized entire regions, by they have made and instrumentalized possible among other terrorist organizations,” it says in a position paper of the designated chairman of the Left in the Bundestag. It will be presented on Monday the Group.
BERLIN/WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Own report) – Despite escalating tensions in East Asia, German companies have announced new arms exports to Western allies in China’s vicinity. Kiel’s HGW shipbuilding company has confirmed its decision to sell two submarines to Singapore. In the island disputes in eastern and southeastern Asia, Singapore is seen as one of the West’s reliable partners. The current territorial disputes over the archipelago known as the “Diaoyu Islands” (in China) and the “Senkaku Islands” (in Japan), which are claimed by both countries, gives an indication of the conflicts emerging in the region. Interest in these islands is based not so much on their resources but rather on conflicting geo-strategic interests: These Islands are part of a chain of islands Beijing considers an important defense against possible aggression. Berlin is observing these tensions with apprehension because they could threaten German business interests. German arms exports to the region, as well as the Bundeswehr’s growing cooperation with Japan, South Korea and other Western allies, are an indication that, in the case of an escalation of conflict, Germany would take sides – against China. Continue reading