Good riddance to the already ridicule is just adding some more sauce. USA has become an epitome of brining so-called democracy to the rest of the world. Where we talk about these nomads roaming around their compound complex suit sophisticated – NATO. We can look at President Donald Trump treading on the marble floor next to Secretary of Defence James Mattis, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the intelligence HQ in Brussels (July 11).
Sometimes I feel that U.S. needs to be doing all those psychological test programs amid not realizing their mistakes one after another. President Donald Trump has decided “as usual an Oil-hungry nation would do”, invest in troops and use political cache more than artillery supply to swap self-interests against going against the general public. We ought to see that the U.S. will soon have to approach its allies in the interim of critical decisions
Consequently, President Donald Trump’s sudden opted the decision on Wednesday, ordering to pull back roughly 2,000 U.S. troops positioned in Syria. This order by the U.S. Head of State has set off a very predictable debate between the individuals who entrusted their Western administration, being dominating holy grounds of monopoly superiority over the rest of the world. Now it’s just another faceoff battle between U.S. and the Syrian regime, like the past it happened with Afghanistan/Iraq policy.
This was just like to attack those ‘eagle eye’ specialists, witnessing a powerless’ scheme by their very own president. For example: Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham alongside other neoconservatives, and another one, Max Boot hurried to eradicate any misstatements cite with a blurry calculation. Besides, CIA Director John Brennan also emphasized predicaments that could occur during or after Trump’s NATO meeting with other U.S. federal dignitaries. But, what’s all about the “checkmate” chess policy of countries for Syria?
So are we looking at Trump following the footsteps of Barack Obama? As proposed by New York Times David Sanger during his interview. According to the biggest Newspaper journalist, Trump’s order might be a signal towards “retreat” continuance amid past U.S. Military experiences from the region. Furthermore, it might be a judicious redeployment by the president of a very miniscule escadrille. We all could anticipate that undecided pledge whose tactical purpose was ambiguous.
For those beginners and amateurs trying to drill in what’s there was the U.S. in Syria, the mockery punch one way or another comes back to our own faces. In plain simple words, we all have witnessed what happened during the Iraq Invasion in 2003. Regardless the recent and rightfully deserved death of the aftermath Weekly Standard – the publication that unswervingly acted as a sidekick for armed war campaigns. Regretfully, there are a lot of heartless neoconservatives out there who still believe ignorant envision of America’s domineering their classlessness and conclusions across the border. Nonetheless, pre-liberty fights that the neocons dreamed for and petitioned for, and subsequently sold themselves to the naïve head of the state – President George W. Bush that played a big role in the Middle East to lay a bureaucratic burden for his own country against the rest of the world.
On the other hand, we all should be cautious about the deficiencies that could be deployed after Trump’s choice of words. Lately, The Times’ presented “A Strategy of Retreat”, which is utterly misleading. Since the U.S. wayward war wandering isn’t something like a ‘heroic act’ after years of struggle, or some Dunkirk styled fighters even after drenching in oil broths of the ocean. Besides, it doesn’t attests that U.S. has withdrawn their military expeditions from the east. But we hope it’s all good for Syria and the rest of the Muslims world after U.S. ill-stated war against terrorism.