Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Renegade Inc: What’s the real plan with Iran?

Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by the journalist and Middle East based commentator Sharmine Narwani to discuss how Iran and the Middle East is reshaping the world order.

Iran is fast developing its own science and technology, says Sharnine Narwani, and so won't it won't be a such a large market for Western made goods anymore. Third world countries developing their own technology has always bothered the West, and so they have always done their best to keep these countries backward and under developed.

(So now you know the real reason why there is so much mass immigration into the West, which has nothing to do with the left, but everything to do with the conservative and neoliberal elite, of which Nigel Farage is a part, whose right-wing imperialist policies will just make things worse).

Sharmine Narwani says Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon are very closely united and have a highly coordinated and efficient military. But the U.S. and its vassal states in the ME can only cause chaos in the region in the hope this will stop any rival from developing.

She says how the U.S has no economy now and can't afford a protracted war. Also, American citizens don't see Iran or Venezuela as being of any kind of direct threat to themselves, and so don't support any wars with these countries.

Narwani adds, that the U.S has tried many war games with Iran, some costing millions, and although the U.S. could knock out Iranian communications within 24 hours, Iran would have destroyed the U.S navy in the region within 48 hours. The U.S can't win.

Iran has always had sanctions against it since ousting the Shah, and so, like Cuba, it has become self sufficient and can survive without foreign goods.

From this video, it would seem that the U.S strategy of Full Spectrum Dominance has backfired. The US leading tech companies could have remained world leaders, but the East has felt the need to develop its own Hi-Tech operating systems and software instead, pushing out Google, Apple, and Microsoft.

Those American tech companies could offer the best wages to attract the brightest talent from all over the world, but probably many of these scientists would probably prefer to stay at home now to develop their own software in their own countries.

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