U.S. Strategy Shift With Creating Riot
U.S. Strategy Shift With Creating Riot
The turning point for the U.S. focus on changing its strategy of sending  troops and waging war with military tools in the Middle East

U.S. Strategy Shift With Creating Riot

The turning point for the U.S. focus on changing its strategy of sending  troops and waging war with military tools in the Middle East is when the U.S. advanced drone was downed by Iranian missile in southern border of Iran, namely in the Persian Gulf, and the IRGC warned of taking retaliatory act against 24 U.S. military bases in the Persian Gulf or other regions.


In this regard, U.S. President Donald Trump admitted, “First we decided to retaliate but after receiving radar signal warning, we changed our mind.” So in such a disarray, what could the U.S. do to get rid of this disgrace? This military-centered hegemony doctrine of the U.S. had failed and ultimately it needed a new doctrine to recover its damaged reputation and its allies’ too. So the doctrine of creating riots and chaos in the target states like Lebanon, Iraq and Iran was raised to have slightest cost and it, to some extent , provided the pretext for compensatory propagation.

With a search in the news, we find some interesting news items. Some of the U.S. research and think-tank centers had earlier warned about possible civil war in Lebanon and had pointed to the riot as one of the plans of the U.S. government, Zionist and Arab regimes in the region.

Some analysts and western study and research centers had predicted  the current development in Lebanon since long time ago. International analysts and Geopolitics Alert editor in chief, Randi Nord, on April 1, 2019, and in an article announced that during his visit with U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, Lebanese President Michel Aoun reportedly received a U.S.-Israeli document detailing plans for creating a civil war in Lebanon with covert false flag operations and possible Israeli invasion.

This prudent political analyst had also warned of launching a likely chemical attack on civilians in Syria or even direct attacks on Lebanese or Israeli civilians to blame on Hezbollah and justify international intervention. This scenario could justify Israel’s military intervention in Lebanon.

An independent Lebanon-based journalist Sonja van den Ende in an article published on November 1 in the One World (oneworld.press) website warned about creation of chaos in Syria and later in Lebanon. She emphasized that Americans and Zionists have plans for Lebanon. So by turning to this doctrine and method, they laid the ground for making the hostility a trans-regional issue.

Saudi Arabia’s money, MKO’s infiltration and the policies which were exposed after the arrest of an anti-Iran website Ruhollah Zam showed that all these three countries should have experienced riots and chaos by the end of 2019.

That these plans in Lebanon, Iraq and Iran were linked with which domestic currents to pave the ground for carrying out the doctrine is a lengthy issue which does not fit with this article, but the result of operation for creating riots which could be the ground for future scenarios for Iraq is considered as part of the doctrine of creating chaos.

In Lebanon, protests and unrests led to resignation of the government because Lebanon President Saad Hariri had harmonized some part of his policies with Saudi Arabia and he resigned very soon before showing any resistance. But in Iran and Iraq both governments did not resign and this resistance can be effective in changing the U.S. strategy after finding ineffectiveness of their new doctrine.

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei has once and again mentioned this matter “The U.S. has done whatever it could do in the region, and what it has bot not do because it has been unable to do.”

So after the blade of this U.S. doctrine losing its sharpness, on the eve of 2020 one should wait for new strategy from the CIA, Mossad and intelligence service of Saudi Arabia for continuing hostility against Iran in order to pursue their destructive goals in the region.

 By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

  • source : IRAN NEWS