Looks like there’s a proxy war brewing in Iraq between the U.S. and Iran

(Great Power War) As readers likely know already, the U.S. struck Iran-linked targets in Syria and Iraq earlier this week in response to the death of an American military contractor last month thanks to a rocket attack from militants tied to Tehran.

Today, Iran-linked militants in Baghdad besieged the U.S. Embassy there and set some buildings on fire but did not actually breach the inner sectors of compound to endanger the lives of soldiers, diplomats, and workers.

President Trump was clear in his response to the Embassy assault:

Tensions have been increasing in Iraq for months. Iran has been working to influence the political and foreign policy direction of the entire region, including its neighbor and one-time enemy, undermining what remaining influence the United States has there after occupying much of the country for a decade.

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If I remember correctly, iran, syria, and north korea do not use rothchild banking.

If you don’t submit to rothchild banking, then you get wars, civil wars, and mayhem.

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