“For example, The U.S. creates destabilization in a country like Iraq. Over the course of years local and regional al Qaeda forces step in to develop and train fighters. As the U.S. suffers financial and operational fatigue, al Qaeda grows and eventually the U.S. pulls out.

Meanwhile, the U.S. because it wants to see the overthrow of Assad deploys the “enemy of my enemy is my friend” strategy and funds al Qaeda fighters in Syria. Over the course of years we create destabilization and attempt to force a regime change. In doing so, we hand Syria over the al Qaeda. Finally, once al Qaeda is fully in control of Iraq and Syria, we re-engage in our perpetual war on terror. All the time, sacrificing trillions in U.S. tax dollars and more importantly sacrificing the lives of thousands of America’s sons and daughters.

That has been American foreign policy since we first created the Mujahideen in Afghanistan in the late 70’s and early 80’s to destabilize the Soviets. It didn’t work then, so why would it work now?

If you want the full picture of American support of al Nusra Front in Syria, watch this Full Disclosure.”