Exodus to Europe: Who’s to Blame?

As thousands of refugees wash up on the shores of Europe — over 107,000 in the last month — it is a scene of horror and misery untold. A truck load of 71 dead migrants was recently discovered in Austria: they had suffocated, and body fluids from their decomposing bodies dripping out of the back indicated
that a tragedy awaited its discoverers.

They come from Syria, Afghanistan, PakistanLibya,Iraq, and throughout the Middle East and North Africa. Is it a coincidence that these are all countries that have been attacked by the United States in its endless
“war on terrorism”?

From Libya, where Hillary’s war destroyed the country and handed it over to Islamist militants, refugees are being loaded onto rickety boats: thousands have died in a desperate attempt to escape the consequences of Libya’s “liberation” from Gaddafi’s rule. Their homes obliterated, their infrastructure destroyed, their societies pulverized by the terrors of war and occupation, these desperate people are besieging Europe in the
tens of thousands, traveling via Turkey to Greece, through Macedonia, Hungary, and Serbia, making for Germany and the West — ironically the source of their misery to begin with.

Syria, once a country of over 22 million, has seen more
than half
its population either killed or forced to flee. And why? The interventionists
blame the regime of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, but this is a lie: the
United States and its regional allies — Turkey,
the Saudis,
and the Gulf emirates
— have been busy destabilizing the country for years.
While the US has supposedly only been funding the so-called “moderate” Syrian
rebels, the Turks, the Saudis, and the Gulf states have been organizing and
funding the Al-Nusra Front, the local Al Qaeda affiliate — and most of the “moderates”
have defected to the Islamic State.


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