Have you ever given any thought as to why the uprisings in Tunis were named the “Jasmin Revolution”, while in Kyrgyzstan the “Tulip Revolution”, and in Georgia the “Rose Revolution”? How are such revolutions set up - and what are the western organizations which lit the fuse for the chaos in the Middle East.
By fighting with the secular regimes of Saddam Hussein, Gaddafi, Assad - the US faces these countries being taken over by Islamists. A strong collective Islamist movement has taken over Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Libya. It has leaked into Turkey, Indonesia, and Africa. And now threatens Saudi Arabia, meanwhile gradually penetrating into Europe.
There's more talk of World War III. Pope Francis, who recently returned from a trip on which he faced many forms of warfare, said he saw - "a world filled with fighting," "a war-torn world." But how does a world war come into the picture in the light of recent events? Currently there are three conflicts that can provoke a global war in the world.
Daesh military strategy shifted from defensive to offensive, due to Russia's involvement in Syira in cooperation with Iran. The US was hoping that the Islamic caliphate would oust Assad, but it finds itself entering a war against the caliphate, asking its Arab allies to stop funding the terrorists.
Defense Ministers of western nations have invited Montenegro to join NATO. Moscow sense that invitation as a sleight which confirms all their suspicions of the West's expansionist agenda – including in the Balkans. Who is pouring oil on the gathering flames? Very probably we need to look towards Washington for answers to these questions.
A month has now passed since that calamitous day for Doctors Without Borders, for military hospitals, and for all that hospitals should represent. The clangor of exploding shells no longer rents the air, but instead a raft of unanswered questions remains.