America in Islamistan: Trade, Oil and Blood
Since its independence, the United States has proven to be second to none in demonstrating its superiority in organized violence as it waged over two hundred wars in its short history. Wars against the North African Muslim states endured over two decades right after independence. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the United States waged two wars against Afghanistan and Iraq and a global war of terror that was conveniently named the War on Terror. The theater of operations of this global war was the Muslim World, which we will call Islamistan. These wars were for gold, yet often God was invoked for easy sell to the rest of the world. "America in Islamistan: Trade, Oil, and Blood" reviews American interventions in the Muslim world, from the days of US independence until today. It explains the true causes for the War on Terror as seen through Muslim eyes and concludes that a "regime change" is now indeed due in the West, as capitalism is in deep systemic crisis and its game is almost over.
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