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“U.S. interventions part of thesis-antithesis-synthesis plan”
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On Saturday morning, Press TV conducted an interview with Hamid Golpira, a journalist and political commentator based in Tehran, about the objectives the United States is pursuing in toppling governments.
 
Following is the text of the interview:
 
Press TV: There are several instances of instability and insecurity caused by America’s foreign policy, which has so far kept its nature throughout the past century by creating wars, for instance, toppling democratically elected governments, financing terrorists and insurgents, and of course the list goes on. What objectives do you think American politicians are pursuing?
 
Golpira: The reasons for these interventions and other meddling is actually that the powers that be, the global ruling class, are pursuing certain objectives where, on the one hand, they want to do something in a process called thesis-antithesis-synthesis, where their intervention, military intervention or otherwise some political meddling or interference in their political system, can be seen as the thesis; the response that they are looking for to get to that thesis is the antithesis; and then the end result is the synthesis.
 
What they are trying to do is to manipulate the situation where they put forth, with their manipulation, their thesis. The antithesis then comes, and they realize the final result through the synthesis. And a lot of these things are a complicated situation. 
 
You see in the past, the U.S. has been meddling in Chile and all across Latin America in different places. Today you see there’s destabilization and certain insurgencies happening in places like Mali, in Congo, in Nigeria, in Somalia, you have the Afghanistan war, you had the Iraq war.
 
To take one example of this, for example in Afghanistan you have the military intervention. That’s the thesis. Then you have the response of the Taliban or other forces allied with the Taliban there, attacking against [the invaders], which is the antithesis. Now all of this creates a kind of instable situation where something, a pattern of a plan -- something called “out of chaos order” or “order out of chaos” -- happens, where the actual goal of Afghanistan is maybe not really stabilization of Afghanistan at all but actually creating an instable situation where the powers that be can take control of Central Asia.
 
For example, Zbigniew Brzezinski, the former U.S. national security advisor, has said who controls Central Asia or Middle Asia controls Eurasia and who controls Eurasia controls the world.
 
So this Afghanistan thesis-antithesis-synthesis can be seen as a kind of destabilization to get to the synthesis, the final goal of having control over Central Asia, which is seen by many analysts, besides Brzezinski, as being a key to global domination.
 
HG/HG

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