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Muslim crisis planned by the US

Fascinating news is emerging that the Muslim crisis is a planned psyop (psychological operation) conducted by the US, in order to purposefully inflame Muslims. The reason for this is that with the Muslims on a rampage, it makes it easier for America to begin acting against Muslim-controlled nations, like Iran.

Stratfor also think something similar:

Still, there are two clear beneficiaries. One is the United States: The cartoon affair is serving to further narrow the rift between the Bush administration’s view of the Islamic world and that of many Europeans. Between the Paris riots last year, the religiously motivated murder of a Dutch filmmaker and the “blame Denmark” campaign, European patience is wearing thin. The other beneficiary is Iran. As Iran moves toward a confrontation with the United States over nuclear weapons, this helps to rally the Muslim world to its side: Iran wants to be viewed as the defender of Islam, and Sunnis who have raised questions about its flirtations with the United States in Iraq are now seeing Iran as the leader in outrage against Europe.

There’s also an article here that says the same thing:

Commenting on the Muslim riots sweeping the Middle East and Europe, Zhirinovsky … said that the publication of the offensive cartoons was a planned psyop on the part of the US and aimed to “provoke a row between Europe and the Islamic world”.

The violent demonstrations, on the back of last November’s French riots, are clearly having the effect of hardening European sympathy towards Muslims, even as the governments of major European countries open the floodgates to mass immigration. This greases the skids for an accelerated invasion of Iran who yesterday announced they were cutting trade with Denmark over the offensive cartoons.

Enough to make you think, isn’t it…

If there’s war against Iran and Muslims, it’s – once again – because the United States has made it happen.

Gotta love America….

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