It's been blame Maliki since ISIS pushed into Mosul. ISIS wasn't the problem, Maliki was the problem
The headlines are becoming increasing blatant about the agenda- but the clues were always there
"I believe that had Nouri al-Maliki made a serious effort to reconcile with the Sunni community and Kurdish community and governed in a more even-handed manner, that the region wouldn’t be in this position today," said Mansoor, author of the book Surge: My Journey with General David Petraeus and the Remaking of the Iraq War.
"It says something when the Sunnis feel so bad about the way they’ve been treated that they would forge a temporary alliance with these very extremist jihadists."
Al-Maliki, the Shia leader of the Dawa Party, became prime minister in 2006, when he was initially seen as the compromise candidate, a somewhat weak leader who was acceptable to all factions, and possibly viewed as someone who could be controlled.Possibly viewed as someone who could be controlled?
Controlled by who?
Multinational oil companies.
That is a blatant as it gets readers. That is a blatant as it gets!
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