The events and developments described in the video below mean that its all out in the open now, and all our analyses since 2011 are vindicated. The Nazi Mullah regime has always been a clandestine asset of the Anglo-American establishment, but things took a dramatic shift to the public sphere, as we’ve shown back in October, and now the US and Iran are openly brothers in arms vs. the Sunni insurgency in Iraq and Syria.
Actually, everything the US has done since 9/11 ultimately serves the Iranian long term interest. By disposing of Saddam, Iran’s main obstacle to the west, America has cleared the path towards a western drive of the Shiite regime. In fact,Iranian commandos participated in the early phase of “Operation Iraqi Freedom” in 2003, side by side with US special forces. By removing the Taliban in Afghanistan, the US opened the way for massive Iranian influence in that country too. Abandoning the Persian gulf means Iran will some day be able to call it “our gulf”, just like the Romans referred to the Mediterranean sea as “Mare Nostrum”
The concept of US-Iran working to crush a separate Al Qaeda enclave in the Levant suggests AQ’s patron now is Saudi Arabia exclusively, with the CIA-MI6 duo reshuffling its cards towards Shiite terrorist groups like Hezbollah (both in Lebanon and Iraq, as well as for training the South American drug cartels.). The Shiites’ main advantage over Al Qaeda is their highly hierarchical and disciplined command structure, whereas Al Qaeda is mostly anarchistic and often uncontrollable. Shiite terrorists operating in tandem with wall street interests therefore form a more reliable mercenary force then Al Qaeda was. This latest policy of the US relying on Iran as its main proxy in the greater Middle East is now recognized even by mainstream analysts.
It should be remembered that America’s ability to opt out of the QE vertigo (Fed Seen Tapering QE in $10B Steps in Next Seven Meetings ) depends on China’s purchase of Iranian petroleum with US dollars, rather then physical gold (which was the case during the peak of the sanctions era), thereby boosting demand for the sinking petrodollar. For this reason the Obama regime enabled Iran to maintain its core military nuclear capabilities in the Geneva agreement. The nukes-for-petrodollars deal was the gateway event that ushered in this new strategic reality. It’s reasonable to assume that if they succeed in driving Al Qaeda out of Mesopotamia they will try to drive it into the Palestinian areas and use it against Israel, in the first step of the standing globalist plan to invade the Holy land under every possible pretext.(Latest examples: Skull & Bones plan gives Jerusalem Holy Sites to Vatican and also Obama set to use Palestinian issue as payback for Israel’s opposition to Iran deal)
With the Geneva Nuclear Accord still far from implementation a month after it was signed in Geneva, the United States and Iran are moving into stage two of their rapprochement: They are now fighting together to crush Al Qaeda terror in Iraq, debkafile’s exclusive military sources report.
Iraq is two weeks into a major offensive for cutting al Qaeda down – the first major military challenge the jihadists have faced in the past six years. Three armies are fighting alongside Iraq: the United States, Iran’s Al Qods Brigades officers and Syria.
Their mission is to foil Al Qaeda’s drive to spread its first independent state in the Middle East across the Iraqi-Syrian frontier. Its Iraqi and Syrian branches – ISIS and the Nusra Front – have declared a holy war to this end under their commanders Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi and Abu Mohammed al-Golani.
The Anbar province of Western Iraq is the scene of he fiercest combat close to Iraq’s borders with Syria and Jordan.
To counter Al Qaeda’s superiority in speed and surprise, the US has sent the Iraqi army Hellfire surface-to-air missiles. They are already in use against al Qaeda camps on the Syrian border. Next, Washington is sending out small, long-endurance unmanned aerial ScanEagles. These drones are best suited to combat in Anbar’s deep wadis and the halophyte thickets lining the Euphrates River.
In this topsy-turvy scenario, Washington and Tehran share another surprising motive: to save the Assad regime in Damascus from Al Qaeda’s long arms.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov noted approvingly on Dec. 26: “Attitudes are changing in Western countries; they are becoming more realistic in their approach towards the Syrian crisis. The threat of terrorism in Syria, of jihadists coming to power, of creating a caliphate with extremist laws, these are the main problems.”
Since the Syrian chemical issue was addressed in September, Russian-Iranian-American collaboration is going strong. The joint US-Iranian war on al Qaeda is strengthening Tehran’s grip on Iraq as well Syria. It gives Russian President Vladimir Putin hope for keeping al Qaeda away from the Winter Olympics at Sochi – an ever-present menace as a female suicide bomber, a Dagestan national, demonstrated Sunday, Dec. 29, by blowing up the railway station at the southern Russian city of Volgograd, killing up to a score of people.
The other incentive for US President Barack Obama is the hope of transposing his collaboration with Tehran and Moscow to improve US chances of a reasonable accommodation in the Afghanistan arena.