Al-Masdar Podcast 03 – Doctor Tim Anderson and The Dirty War on Syria

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Al-Masdar Podcast 03 – Doctor Tim Anderson and The Dirty War on Syria
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In this week’s installment of the Al-Masdar Podcast, Brad Blankenship discusses issues such as the Syrian Civil War and the state of Latin America with Dr. Tim Anderson.

Dr. Tim Anderson has just released his book “The Dirty War on Syria” that can be purchased on Global Research.

Tim Anderson has Degrees in Economics and International Politics, and a Doctorate on the Political Economy of Economic Liberalization in Australia.

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Brad Blankenship is an American student of philosophy and political science as well as the director of Al-Masdar's podcast.

6 COMMENTS

  1. I cannot understand why UK and USA are involved with Syria and why they support the rebels. May be for some higher human grounds but for Kurds they have worked against Kurds so that Turkey, Syria and Iraq and Iran occupy their land and they are nothing but minority in their own Country. When I look deeper it is very clear they helped install IsIs, because now they are hindering Russia and its work against ISIS?

    • US/UK are involved with Syria because their goal is to bring all the independent nations in the near East under US/NATO control. Iraq, Iran, Libya and Syria have one thing in common that the Americans don’t like: they were pursuing economic and military policies independent of Western control. They did not appease Israel, let Washington put military bases in their countries or sell oil and other resources to Western companies for a cheap price while their citizens went hungry.

      Iraq and Libya are now destroyed and only Syria and Iran remain independent of US/Israeli wishes. The long-term US plan is to break apart Syria into sectarian mini-states (divide and rule strategy) and next work at destabilizing Iran and destroying it like they destroyed Iraq. The ultimate goal is Russia.

      The US has literally wanted to control the entire world since the 1930s and many books have been written about this crazy plan by US government officials and American “think tanks” (propaganda dissemination organisations for the government.

      It sounds crazy but I urge to read the WikiLeaks Files, which collects some of the leaked US embassy cables. It features US politicians and embassy people talking very frankly about what their plans for Syria are and how they hope to achieve them.

      What they say in public and what they say privately to each other are very very different. Of course the Western media ignores this. There is much more information available about US and Its plans for the world, but The WikiLeaks Files is a good place to start.

  2. I admire this man. I have been trying to buy his book, but it appears it is only coming out as a PDF (or Kindle?). Please let me know if there will be a future hardback or paperback. Thank you.
    Great interview!