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Analyzing the US mind! Why these 7 & not others?

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Let us try to analyze the basis on which the list of 7 countries was framed, the list banning people from US shores.

In my view, here are some of the points worth considering.

1. Countries which are full of terrorists, such as Pakistan and Afghanistan, were excluded.

Why?

Well, it is common knowledge that Pakistan is a US puppet.

And with massive US presence in Afghanistan, strategically, it may not be a very good idea to provoke Afghanistan at this point.  

2. Countries which embody and promote the ideology that produces terrorists, such as Saudi Arabia were excluded.

Why?

Because Saudi Arabia is helping the US achieve its imperialist goals in the Middle East.

And possibly because Saudi Arabia is rumored to have arrived at a secret pact with Israel against Iran.

Qatar is also a US puppet., as are all Gulf principalities, solely interested in the countless dollars that flow from their oil.

Saudi Arabia has been equipped with the finest in weaponry, by both the US and Britain, which it has used extensively to subdue poverty-stricken Yemen.

And let us not forget that all (or most) of the terrorists in the biggest single episode of terrorism (the iconic 9/11) were Saudi nationals, not from any other country.

Osama bin Laden himself was a Saudi.

3. Most terrorists are people with some sympathy for al Qaida or ISIS,

And that ideology comes from Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia was born from the womb of terrorism, when the Saudis overran the land just short of 100 years ago.  

In fact, Saudi Arabia and ISIS have exactly the same ideology, except  that the Saudis are the first cab off the rank.

And they do not wish to lose the crown and trillions of dollars to ISIS.

So Saudi Arabia being excepted from the ban is clear evidence that fear of terrorism is NOT the reason for the ban.

4.Turkey has produced a large number of terrorists in the recent past. 

But Turkey was not in the list.

After all, how could a NATO ally be in the list, regardless how much terrorism there is in that country. 

5. And now the big surprise!

Countries with an enviable record of containing terrorist activity, such as Iran were included.

If my memory serves me right, if all the instances of terror around the world in the last 20 years were to be listed, not one single episode can be traced to Iran.

Or if I may have missed something in the news, Iran would definitely be at the bottom of the list.

Yet Iran was listed.

6. Now let us think - why exactly was Iran in the list?

Was it because the US has not yet fully avenged itself for being booted out of Iran in 1953 and then again in 1980?

Or because Iran has refused to recognized Israel as a legitimate baby?

Quite possibly both.

And that is the whole point.   

If an imperialist power believes that Israel is a legitimate child, how could anyone dare to differ?

If God's own country desires that every nation MUST accept that view, how could anyone support a different view?

Imperialism redux!

Accept what the master says or he will destroy you!

Voltaire must be turning in his grave at the abuse of freedom of opinion but no freedom of opinion is allowed there.

Absolutely none! 

All slaves (aka allies) must obey the master and ditto his views and opinions.

Otherwise, they will be branded as the axis of evil. to paraphrase, George Bush the younger.

7. The US has a history of making friends with bad boys just like Mafia bosses have always enlisted murderers and hoodlums.

(a) It developed Osama into becoming Osama until Osama was annoyed by US bases in Saudi Arabia and turned against them. 

(b) It used Saddam to build its power in the region.

TIME magazine once quoted a US official as saying "Saddam is a SOB but he is our SOB".

In other words, he is a horrible man, of course, but he serves our purpose.

And that is all that matters. 

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In summary therefore, its is clear that the basis for the list of 7 was not the fear of terrorist activity but the game of political and imperialist chess.

Are you willing to work for me as a slave?

Don't feel embarrassed. I won't call you a slave.

You will be known as an ally. 

If you are willing, then I will have to work out how useful you could be to me.

After all, an evil slave who is blindly obedient to the master is more useful than one who chooses ethics over his master's wishes.

The latter will not help the master in his evil goals and needs to be ejected from his circle of trusted aides. 

And that is all that matters - not morals and not ethics.

And that is why Saudi Arabia was excluded and Iran was included in that infamous list.

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The US was a good country until 1945 when it was suddenly pushed into the limelight.

And as we all know, the limelight tends to make one lose one's head and that, in my view, is what has happened.

There are good Americans and there are bad Americans just as there are good and bad people all over the world.

But most of the world has tended to treat the ever more powerful US as a god.

They have followed the American entertainment industry in promoting promiscuity and godlessness, instead of promoting Christian values.

And that was a very big mistake. 

In matters of sex, the world is clearly going bonkers, thanks to the way shown by Hollywood and its ilk.

If Western nations had turned to Christ, whom they have effectively abandoned, instead of the US for their values, it would be restored to its previous place in a matter of minutes.

Christianity would prevail over the doctrine of hedonism which has taken hold of our senses.

Likewise, non-Christian countries must also revive their own values embodied in the teachings of Buddhism, Confucius, Hinduism, Islam etc. instead of following the US blindly.

We teach our children how to make money but we never encourage them to try and live by the teachings of their faith.

For God's sake, let us get away from the mirage of the powerful elephant, which is destroying our world.

Let us seek comfort in the teachings and values of religion, not of powerful and rich nations. 

Wealth and power belong to God alone.

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If we turned away from the worldly goals of wealth and pleasure, I think, the world could be a much better place.

A planet of true peace like none other in the solar system and beyond. 

Until then, I believe, we must learn to live in a very uncertain world, ruled by a puerile despot, that the US has become.

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7 hours ago, kirtc said:

These 7 countries are what the intelligence deem as a threat to them. 4 of them are shia.

Not four - only two.

Among the seven, only Iran and Iraq are Shia majority nations. 

Yemen and Syria have a Sunni majority.

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I appreciate you trying to analyze the reasons behind the ban, but any American could tell you that the real reason is quite a bit more benign and uncomplex. 

 

Trump is bat [bleep] crazy and doesn't have a clue what he's doing. 

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11 hours ago, Guerrilla said:

I appreciate you trying to analyze the reasons behind the ban, but any American could tell you that the real reason is quite a bit more benign and uncomplex. 

 

Trump is bat [bleep] crazy and doesn't have a clue what he's doing. 

Hi Guerrilla,

While I agree with you that my president is absolutely bat{bleep} crazy, I don't think that gives a complete explanation of why the seven "countries of concern" were chosen.  On should remember that those countries of concern were designated by the Obama administration.

Those idiots (the Obama administration), as opposed to these idiots (the Trump Administration) chose those countries because they were either states suffering from serious instability (often times caused by our own policies) or because they were opposed to US hegemony in the region.

The two categories don't really have anything to do with each other, but they are conflated by these nitwits (in the Trump administration and Obama Administration) who let the Zionists do their thinking for them, and tell them who their enemies should be.

Greg

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48 minutes ago, Greg Potemkin said:

Hi Guerrilla,

While I agree with you that my president is absolutely bat{bleep} crazy, I don't think that gives a complete explanation of why the seven "countries of concern" were chosen.  On should remember that those countries of concern were designated by the Obama administration.

Those idiots (the Obama administration), as opposed to these idiots (the Trump Administration) chose those countries because they were either states suffering from serious instability (often times caused by our own policies) or because they were opposed to US hegemony in the region.

The two categories don't really have anything to do with each other, but they are conflated by these nitwits (in the Trump administration and Obama Administration) who let the Zionists do their thinking for them, and tell them who their enemies should be.

Greg

Hi Greg! 

 

I didn't know that it was the Obama regime that had designated the seven.  I guess the way I see it is there there's nothing wrong with being "of concern" as long as human rights are not being violated. Obama slowed down the refugee process for Iraqi people due to a specific issue that had happened, but he did not stop the process or ban Iraqi green card holders (which are basically citizens in all ways except voting rights) from the country, whereas Trump has. 

 

But you're absolutely right about both regimes having the same ultimate masters. But I will still take Obama any day. 

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