IDF Apologist and Regime Change Advocate Bernard-Henri Levy Lies Through His Teeth in Desperate Greater Kurdistan Screed

by Scott Creighton

‘This is our 1948’: Kurds kindle a close relationship with Jews and Israel

Bernard-Henri Levy has a long history of backing brutal IDF actions in Gaza as well as pretty much EVERY globalist regime change operation since Yugoslavia.

  • Through the 2000s, Lévy argued that the world must pay more attention to the crisis in Darfur.[7]
  • In August 2008, Lévy reported from South Ossetia, Georgia, during the 2008 South Ossetia war; on that occasion he interviewed the President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili.[25] (the attack on Russian peace-keepers and the people of South Ossetia)
  • On 24 June 2009, Lévy posted a video on Dailymotion in support of the Iranian protesters who were being repressed after the contested elections.[22] (Hillary Clinton’s attempt at a color revolution in Iran)
  • At the opening of the “Democracy and its Challenges” conference in Tel Aviv (May 2010) Lévy gave a very high estimation of the Israel Defense Forces, saying “I have never seen such a democratic army, which asks itself so many moral questions. There is something unusually vital about Israeli democracy.”[24]  (this he did less than a year after the IDF attacked civilians, women and children during Operation Cast Lead, killing hundreds of them indiscriminately while the world focused on the transition of presidential authority here in the states)
  • In March 2011, he engaged in talks with Libyan rebels in Benghazi, and publicly promoted the international acknowledgement of the recently formed National Transitional Council.[26][27]   (Hillary Clinton’s regime change operation in Libya)
  • In May 2011, Lévy argued for military intervention in Syria against Bashar al-Assad after violence against civilians in response to the 2011 Syrian uprising.[31]
  • Levy was in Kiev, Ukraine during the Maidan Revolution in February 2014, actively promoting the events.[39]
  • In February 2015, he performed his play Hotel Europa at the Kiev opera house on the first anniversary of the Euromaidan’s toppling of the pro-Russian government of Victor Yanukovich.[40]

Ironic isn’t it, that Levy seems to have a particular fondness for the new neo-Nazi government in Ukraine in spite of the fact that “Lévy is proudly Jewish, and he has said that Jews ought to provide a unique Jewish moral voice in society and politics.[7]

It would seem there has not been a globalist regime change operation in the past 30 years or so that Bernard-Henri Levy hasn’t backed 100% and most of them he travels to and “reports” from in favor of the bloody overthrow of democratically elected… LEFT LEANING… governments.

True to form, Levy has weighed in on the failing Greater Kurdistan project, which most analysts will tell you, is STRONGLY supported by the fascist Likud faction in Tel Aviv.

And, true to history, his support isn’t hampered by facts in the slightest as he is fully capable of making up his own as he goes.

The timidity of the international community in the face of the Sept. 25 referendum on an independent Kurdistan is a trifecta of shame, absurdity, and historic miscalculation…

But now that the time has come to settle up, the United States remains stubbornly opposed to the referendum, urging the Kurds to put off their aspirations for independence to an indeterminate date in the future. Levy, Foreign Policy Mag

Iraqi Kurdistan (as it is called) is seeking to hold a referendum on independence in a week and it’s causing a bit of a stir throughout the Middle East. The Iraqi government, our puppet government, is opposed to it. As are Syria, Turkey and Iran for that matter. Why? Because it is the first official step toward Greater Kurdistan, a project announced by Condi Rice in 2006 in Tel Aviv when she gave a lecture talking about “the birth pangs of a New Middle East”

Levy’s article is full of disinformation and outright lies regarding the glorious Kurds and the Barzani ruled dictatorship in “Iraqi Kurdistan”

For one thing he says the referendum isn’t ultimately about creating Greater Kurdistan and in fact he claims there is no consensus among the Kurds in the 4 targeted nations regarding the creation of one super-state.

It is as if these voices are unaware that the present referendum concerns only the Kurds of Iraq, who have no ambition to form a greater Kurdistan with their “brothers” and “sisters” in Turkey and SyriaLevy, Foreign Policy Mag

That is an outright lie.

Representatives from the four parts of greater Kurdistan came together to take part in a Kurdish conference in Moscow, discussing the future of the nation in the new Middle East in light of the war against ISIS both in Iraq and Syria, where Kurdish forces have made significant gains against the extremist militants. March 2017

Yes, there has been some infighting among the Kurdish factions. And in fact, many Kurdish citizens, those not likely to profit from the new nation, would rather remain citizens of Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Iran. But for the most part, the Kurdish factions have been bought off over time and they realize that there must be “one ring to rule them all” and Barzani wears it because it was given to him by the U.S., Britain and Israel.

In this quote from Levy’s FP article, the lies come fast and furious:

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Assad aide says Syria will fight any force, including U.S.-backed militias (the Glorious Kurds)

(Syria will not allow the U.S. and her allies to bust off a piece of their nation to help them build Condi Rice’s “New Middle East” or Greater Kurdistan as I call it. In this article Reuters points out that Syrian authorities are now publicly insinuating what some have been saying for YEARS… that the Glorious Kurds ARE ISIS and they are working together, with the U.S. and others, to steal part of Syria.)

Reuters

A top aide to President Bashar al-Assad said on Friday the Syrian government would fight any force, including U.S.-backed forces also battling Islamic State militants, in its drive to recapture the whole of the country.

Assad has previously vowed to recapture the whole of Syria. The government controls the main urban centres in the west of the country and has taken back much of the eastern desert from Islamic State in recent months.

“Whether it’s the Syrian Democratic Forces, or Daesh (Islamic State) or any illegitimate foreign force in the country … we will fight and work against them so our land is freed completely from any aggressor,” Bouthaina Shaaban said in an interview with Hezbollah’s Al Manar TV.

Shaaban said the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) had captured areas from Islamic State “without any fighting”, apparently accusing them of collusion with the jihadists

[read more here]

Iraq vice president: Baghdad won’t tolerate creation of ‘second Israel’ (Greater Kurdistan)

(Seems like even our puppets in the region oppose the creation of Greater Kurdistan)

from Press TV (confirmed here and here)

Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki has denounced a planned Kurdish independence referendum in northern Iraq, warning that Baghdad would not tolerate the establishment of “a second Israel,” after the occupying regime became the only entity to support the so-called plebiscite.

Maliki, who was also Iraq’s prime minister from 2006 to 2014, made the remarks in a meeting with US Ambassador to Iraq, Douglas Silliman, in the capital Baghdad on Sunday, adding that the leaders of the semi-autonomous Iraqi Kurdistan must “call off the referendum.”

“The so-called independence plebiscite “is contrary to the constitution and does not serve the general interests of the Iraqi people, not even the particular interests of the Kurds,” Maliki said.

His comments came two days after lawmakers of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), in its capital Erbil, approved the September 25 referendum as opposition legislators boycotted the parliament’s first session in two years.

Sixty-five out of the 68 Kurdish lawmakers present in the 111-seat regional parliament held the secession vote in the face of fierce opposition from the central government in Baghdad, the United Nations and the United States…

[read more here]