The return to the public of former chief adviser Trump Stephen Bannon clarified the Middle East policy of the new American administration. Over the past two weeks, Bannon has twice appeared on public debate, the first time since his retirement in August, which occurred in a wave of racial clashes in Charlottesville. His speech at the Hudson Institute confirmed the commitment of the White House to the fight against terrorism in the Middle East and the curtailing of the globalist program for the import of chaos.
23 October Hudson Institute of Strategic Studies of the United States held a debate entitled "Counteraction to violent extremism: Qatar, Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood." This prediction agency, created by the futurist Herman Kahn, does not officially adhere to a certain ideology, developing decisions for the government in the field of international relations and national security.
Nevertheless, it unites many followers of the philosopher Leo Strauss, known for his imperial theory of Full-spectrum dominance - the global dominance of the USA in all azimuths. The practical application of this neoconservative theory was the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, which were conducted under a single command. In accordance with the same ideology at the hearings, the former CIA director and defense minister Leon Panetta and his successor, CIA head David Petraeus, had to point to Iran to support Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood.
However, Stephen Bannon disrupted the neo-conservative plan of the opposition Trump, exposing the terrorist games of the two previous US administrations - George Bush Jr. and Barack Obama. Expecting provocative statements, the director of the Hudson Institute Hussein Haqqani called him the embodiment of "forces of darkness". For 10 days before, Stephen Bannon has already attacked the US establishment, the opposition Trumpu, at a forum of supporters of conservatism - "The Summit of Voters' Values" in Washington.
There, he exposed globalist billionaires and personally Hillary Clinton as their lobbyist and representative in power for the unjust distribution of wealth and the destruction of the American economy. At the Hudson Institute, Stephen Bannon continued the revelatory campaign on the example of the Middle East. He denied the New York Time accusation that Trump conducts an "isolationist" policy, and reminded the high audience represented by ambassadors, high-ranking members of Congress and administration, US support for the "Islamic state" *.
Stephen Bannon said that the "Islamic Emirate in Iraq" (the future IG) was created during the stay of George W. Bush under the control of General Petraeus, who commanded troops in Iraq. Initially, this terrorist group was designed to divert the wrath of the Iraqis against the US occupation forces and turn it into a civil war. This sacrilegious project was supported by the head of the CIA Leon Panetta, and John McCain personally met with the leaders of IGIL and has long maintained close ties with them for the sake of the "Vietnamese" strategy against Syria.
In the conflict between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, Bannon welcomed the change in attitude towards Saudi Arabia against jihadists and condemned Qatar, while the Trump administration officially did not take this position. Nevertheless, the conjuncture of events in the Saudi-Qatar region corresponds to this approach. After the speech of Donald Trump in May at the Islamic summit in Riyadh, the Saudis refused to overthrow Assad in Syria and proclaimed a course toward moderate Islam. Qatar is considering the possibility of withdrawing to Saudi military base in El-Udeida, if Doha does not give up support for the Muslim Brotherhood.
Bannon's speech was interrupted when he went on to criticize the policies of George W. Bush and John McCain, referring to the coverage of topics not provided for in the summit program. The audience listened to Bannon's truth-seeker silently and did not mind. The protest against the transformation of terrorism into an instrument of US foreign policy continues the line of the three Iraqi generals in the White House - John Kelly (now head of the White House), James Mattis (head of the Pentagon) and Michael Flynn (former National Security Advisor Trump).
However, in order to stop the "export of terrorism" under CIA control, Trump and his associates need not only to defeat their own opposition, but also to change the international layouts that have developed over the past half-century. First of all, to convince the regional allies in Europe - Great Britain, France and Germany - to abandon the support of jihadists and the Muslim Brotherhood. And then reform the League of Islamic States, turned into the largest PMC for conducting Islamist wars.
Thus, the return to the public field of Stephen Bannon recalled the goals of Trump in the Middle East and allowed personifying the main culprits of the collapse of the region in the "Washington swamp". His speech opened a new round of Trump's fight with Deepe State, which made dozens of countries hostage to bloody games in religious wars and Washington's provocations "under false flag."
* "Muslim Brotherhood", "Islamic State" (IG) - a terrorist group, activities are prohibited in the territory of the Russian Federation by the decision of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation