Iran has ambitions to export its Islamic revolution outside its borders, but the difference is, they are operating within their sphere of influence, which is the Middle East region. On the other hand, the US is 10,000 miles away hence their involvement is more questionable based on the facts of geography.SethRich wrote: ↑Tue Jan 07, 2020 3:38 am 100%. And in connection to this topic, many appear either to have Iranian connections (Valerie Jarrett, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page) and/or Muslim Brotherhood connections (John Brennan).
I think when MBS said "They want to use the democratic system to rule countries and build shadow caliphates everywhere. Then they would transform into a real Muslim empire."... this is the sort of thing he was talking about.
It's for this reason that I believe the current events in Iran and the developments in the Crossfire Hurricane saga are likely to be in some way intertwined. Moves and countermoves etc.
As we both seem to agree that the US decision making and foreign policy has more to it than what immediately meets the eye, it can be useful to contemplate how the military industrial complex (among other things), being a profitable business in a capitalist country, is a major cause of US military misadventures in the Middle East, causing deaths and the further rise of extremism.
Referring to one of Trump's recent tweets can be relevant:
It makes one wonder how Trump is different from his predecessors.The United States just spent Two Trillion Dollars on Military Equipment. We are the biggest and by far the BEST in the World! If Iran attacks an American Base, or any American, we will be sending some of that brand new beautiful equipment their way...and without hesitation!