The West is striking again; it is stabbing the very center, the heart of the Arab World.
This time it is targeting the group – ISIS – which it created itself, and which it had been arming, feeding and pampering until just very recently.
Airplanes and missiles are flying, and bombs are falling. The war has begun.
But is it really a war, or just a brutal game, a gigantic PlayStation operated by thousands of hooked-up maniacs in the Pentagon and all over Washington, Brussels and some servile capitals in the Middle East?
A war is, after all, when two sides are facing each other, when two sides fight, when two sides are risking their lives.
In this surreal and post-modern ‘war’, the only victims will be the people of the Middle East, most likely civilians. Their lives will be risked by…
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