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What is underway in the Iraqi city of Mosul is far, and I do mean light-years-type far, from black and white. And the overwhelming majority of geopolitical analysts and commentators on both sides of the divide, mainstream and alternative, are getting it so miserably wrong that it would be comedic if it wasn’t so detrimental to the “Resistance Vs. Hegemony” narrative that all of us dedicate our lives to upholding. On the one hand, American exceptionalist warmongers are elated with delusional glee over US warplanes “paving the way” for Iraqi forces and falsely claiming something to the effect of not even a single bullet could have been fired without American approval. They’re also despicably framing the Mosul battle in obscene sectarian terms that reek of baselessness and Zionism.
Then on the other hand, “Anti-Imperialists” are brushing off all the Iraqi participants in the fight for Mosul as nothing but mere Amreeki pawns for an elaborate ruse to move terrorists into Syria, not to mention that the fight for Mosul itself is nothing but some grandiose manifestation of Amreeki political theater to give Obama and Zio-Killary a “win” for the upcoming US presidential election. And of course, the role of ‘Israel’, which lurks in the background of every Arab military arena from Iraq to Syria to Yemen, has also been entirely left out of the discussion– a reflection of woeful ignorance and/or ulterior motives on the parts of the aforementioned observers. So let’s navigate through the murky, maddening maze that is the Mosul operation and find some much-needed clarity on all fronts.
First and foremost, the decision to move on Mosul was Iraqi, not American. Period….
…Moreover, we are barely a week into the fight for Mosul and the Iraqi army is already complaining of US warplanes horribly delaying air strikes when they’re called in. This bizarre lack of support has forced Iraqi soldiers to change their tactics to something between conventional and guerrilla warfare in mid-advance and has also led to unnecessary–or perhaps, in the eyes of the murderous US ZOG, not so unnecessary–casualties. It has in fact been the rather inexperienced Iraqi Air Force that is doing the bulk of the damage to the key positions of ISIS and “paving the way” for our men to advance. And advance they have! Over 74 towns and villages have been liberated and more than 772 ISIS terrorists have been obliterated since the Mosul operation began. In other words, the Iraqi military is progressing IN DEFIANCE of America, not BECAUSE of America…>>>…>>>…