TEHRAN (Press Shia Agency) – An American author and researcher said despite serious attempts by the US, UK, Saudi Arabia and the Zionist regime of Israel to shore up Daesh (ISIL) in Syria and Iraq, the terror group failed to continue its brutal rule and self-proclaimed caliphate.
“It is important to understand that Daesh militants are mercenary groups funded by intelligence agencies of the US, Israel, the UK, and Saudi Arabia on behalf of global financial elites who desire a psychopathically inspired one-world governmental system of control and dominance over the world’s people and natural resources. Their goal in Syria was to destabilize the nation and force Syrian President Bashar al-Assad out, to be replaced by a puppet politician beholden to the Anglo-American-Zionist-globalist bloc. Despite all this multi-state support, Daesh has failed to establish a caliphate in Syria and Iraq as a prelude to destabilization, Balkanization, and eventual absorption into the New World Order. Since the false flag events of 9/11 (2001), several countries have succumbed to the developing ‘one world’ system, including; Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, and Libya. Nations currently being targeted militarily are Syria and Yemen, with Iran in the offing,” Walt Peretto told the Press Shia Agency News Agency.
Walt Peretto is an American writer, researcher, analyst, and sociopolitical psychologist. He is a regular contributor to Press TV and he writes for several online news magazines. He is also working on a book that will introduce the groundwork for sociopolitical psychology which is the study of the behaviors behind social systems and their interactions.
The full text of the interview is as follows:
Press Shia Agency: The Syrian army and its allies seized full control of Albu Kamal, Daesh’s (ISIL) last significant town in Syria. The army had declared victory over Daesh in Albu Kamal earlier this month but the terrorists then staged a counter-attack using sleeper cells hidden in the town. But it was retaken in another major offensive. What’s your take on this?
Peretto: It is important to understand that Daesh militants are mercenary groups funded by intelligence agencies of the US, Israel, the UK, and Saudi Arabia on behalf of global financial elites who desire a psychopathically inspired one-world governmental system of control and dominance over the world’s people and natural resources. Their goal in Syria was to destabilize the nation and force Syrian President Bashar al-Assad out, to be replaced by a puppet politician beholden to the Anglo-American-Zionist-globalist bloc. Despite all this multi-state support, Daesh has failed to establish a caliphate in Syria and Iraq as a prelude to destabilization, Balkanization, and eventual absorption into the New World Order. Since the false flag events of 9/11 (2001), several countries have succumbed to the developing ‘one world’ system, including; Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, and Libya. Nations currently being targeted militarily are Syria and Yemen, with Iran in the offing. The Syrian Army, anti-Daesh militias, Hezbollah, Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards, and Russian air-support have been successful in extricating Daesh’s last stronghold in Albu Kamal, with some skirmishes still reported outside the city toward the Euphrates River where the mercenaries have retreated. Daesh doesn’t have the luxury of any official state land and air support because it would be a public relations disaster for the US, NATO, Israeli, and the Saudis to openly support terrorism. Instead, the Western mainstream media (ever complicit in covering up the crimes of the Western bloc) routinely propagandize that NATO and its allies are engaging in a global ‘war on terror’ when in fact they are by far the biggest purveyors of death and destruction.
Press Shia Agency: Major General Qassem Soleimani, who commands the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), on Tuesday declared the collapse of the Takfiri terror group in Iraq and Syria. What’s your prediction for the region in the post-Daesh era?
Peretto: Let’s hope that Gen. Soleimani is correct when he said that Takfiri has collapsed, but this is not the end of the West’s desire for regime change in Syria. Right now, it appears that the Western strategy of employing terrorism to reach their geopolitical goals in Syria are failing, but look for the West to change its strategy. The next step may include the infiltration of operatives into the Syrian government, bribery, false flag events, economic destabilization, and even assassinations. Several times Western propagandists have tried to disseminate the lie that Assad has used chemical weapons against his own people, but it hasn’t been convincing. It is the job of the free media outlets of the world to report the facts in the midst of the lies, propaganda, disinformation, and censorship that routinely emanates from the Western corporate criminal mainstream media. The only way I see in the long run to save Syria from being forcibly absorbed into the one world government system is to keep purveying the truth on how the world actually functions and keep shedding light on the hypocrisy of the West.
Press Shia Agency: The secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement said recently that despite the US claims about fighting terrorism, it spared no effort to help Daesh forces in the Syrian town of Albu Kamal. “The US helped Daesh as much as it could in Albu Kamal short of directly engaging forces that fought to liberate the town from Daesh,” the Hezbollah leader noted. What are your thoughts on this?
Peretto: Secretary General Nasrallah is simply stating the obvious when he says that the US is aiding the terrorist groups in Syria. The only thing I would add is that it’s not the US alone that is pushing for regime change in Syria. US foreign policy has been usurped by a very powerful Israeli lobby in Washington called AIPAC. American legislators in both houses of Congress are strongly ‘urged’ to sign a pledge to Israel to legislate in favor of the wishes of the Israeli government. Refusal to sign will assuredly lead to a cut off in funding for their next campaign which virtually always leads to a loss in the following election cycle. In addition to the US, the UK (Commonwealth) and Saudi Arabia specifically, and NATO in general, are supportive of terrorist groups in the Middle East. Of course the Western mainstream media is the propaganda and disinformation arm of the Western one world government beast, so they keep disseminating a false scenario that the terrorist groups are solely a reflection of Muslim fundamentalist beliefs, and the West is engaged in a global conflict to eradicate this scourge on humanity, when in fact they are its lifeblood.
Press Shia Agency: Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted his Iranian and Turkish counterparts Hassan Rouhani and Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Nov. 22 for summit talks on the ongoing conflict in Syria and other regional developments. It seems that all these have been arranged in advance and that an important decision has been taken by Russia, Iran, Turkey, Syria and Qatar. What do you think?
Peretto: Syrian leader Assad recently met with President Putin and his top military brass to discuss their victory over Daesh. Assad thanked the Russians for helping to save his nation from splitting apart. On Wednesday, a summit hosted by Putin was attended by Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani. They talked about the prospect of peace in Syria despite the fact that Turkey has backed the terrorist groups. Turkey seems to be playing both sides while being preoccupied by their Kurdish situation. I don’t think they realize that if Syria falls to the West, one of the next steps would be a proposal by the West to create a Kurdish nation state as part of a Balkanization plan in the region. The last thing the Turkish officials desire is a Kurdish state next door which may include some territory currently within Turkish borders. Yet they still have been willing to aid the terrorists, probably to stay within good favor of the West. Right now Turkey is appearing to praise the ouster of Daesh from Syria, but their stance could easily change as things develop further in the region.