Deep State Neocons Want another Middle East War: Unveiling the Shadowy U.S. Presence in the Region

The U.S. government’s discreet deployment of 40,000 troops across the Middle East demands a call for transparency and accountability. Americans need a clearer understanding of the activities conducted by the CIA, State Department, and Department of Defense in the region. The current administration’s actions raise concerns, hinting at a potential regional conflict, necessitating scrutiny into its motives and the repercussions of such endeavors.

In the prescient words of General Smedley Butler, “War is a racket,” highlighting the profit-driven interests that can lurk behind military interventions. President Eisenhower’s ominous warning about the military-industrial complex reinforces the need for heightened vigilance. While war poses risks and sacrifices for servicemen and women, it can be a lucrative venture for generals and the military-industrial complex.

Regardless of political affiliations, one cannot ignore the wisdom in former President Trump’s decision in December 2018 to withdraw U.S. forces from Syria. The ensuing controversy and the resignation of Defense Secretary James Mattis underscored the intricacies surrounding military decisions. However, the subsequent surreptitious deployment of U.S. forces across the border to Jordan demands scrutiny into the reasoning behind such actions. A critical reassessment of the presence of combat troops in Jordan is imperative—when did the U.S. declare war on Jordan, and what are the objectives of our military in the region?

As President Eisenhower warned, “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex.” This caution echoes louder than ever as Americans pay the price with lives lost in Jordan, and the mission’s purpose remains elusive.

The lack of transparency regarding military deployments is deeply troubling and calls for public scrutiny. The plea to bring our troops home is not a retreat from the world but a demand for responsible foreign policy decisions that prioritize the safety and well-being of U.S. military personnel. It is a call for adherence to the principles of a transparent democracy, where the American public has the right to a clear and honest account of the U.S. military’s activities in the Middle East.


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