United States Accused Of Encouraging Change Of Uncompromising governments, Says Analyst-The United States has been accused of constantly encouraging the change of unyielding governments to its policies across the World. The big power nation allegedly involve in destabilizing uncompromising countries to its ideologies and nations that refuse to tow her dictated policies and ways of life.
According to an analyst, US government had long pursued the policy of self-seeking glory by infiltrating into other countries and overthrow independent governments that fail to follow American policies and ways of life.
According to an author and radio host in Chicago says: “This is long-standing US policy, going after an independent government that isn’t following or playing by Washington’s imperial rules,”
Mr Stephen Lendman was responding to an interview from Press TV on Friday.
He continued: “They try to infiltrate the government [and] encourage individuals within the government” to carry out a coup, Lendman said.
He made reference to the on-going war in Syria and claimed that American involvement has been typical of its policy pursuit.
A new investigative report has indicted the United States as having looked for “cracks” inside the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad in a bid to orchestrate a “military coup” in the Arab country.
The administration of US President Barack Obama was exploring “cracks in the regime” and “offering incentives for people to abandon Assad,” the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
US intelligence officials identified officers who potentially could lead a coup against the Assad government, the newspaper said, citing current and former US officials, Arab officials and diplomats.
The Obama administration’s core message, meanwhile, never strayed from the line that Assad ultimately had to step down, said the report.
The rise of Daesh (ISIL) terrorists in 2013, however, caught the Obama administration off guard.
Militants, many of whom would later join the Daesh group, were trained by the CIA in Jordan in 2012 to destabilize the Syrian government.
The United States and its allies have been insisting that Assad cannot be part of any future government in Syria.
Last week, Obama reiterated the US strategy, saying Assad “is going to have to leave in order for the country to stop the bloodletting and for all the parties involved to be able to move forward in a non-sectarian way. He has lost legitimacy in the eyes of a large majority of the country.”
The years-long crisis in Syria has claimed the lives of more than 250,000 people and displaced millions of others.
Source: Press tv