'Yesterday, when Iraqi forces took the city of Kirkuk and its surrounding oil installations from Kurdish peshmerga rebels, the citizens of that highly strategic city in northern Iraq came out in force to show their jubilation.
On September 25th, after yet another week of pro-Kurd propaganda in the Western media, Masoud Barzani – self-proclaimed President of the Kurdistan Regional Government – got his referendum vote on establishing a separate country of Kurdistan in the oil-rich region. Not surprisingly, the result was a landslide, with 93% of Kurds voting for independence from the Baghdad government.
Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Russia were among the nations strongly opposed to the referendum. Even the Trump Administration paid lip service with its opposition, though former Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson, now Secretary of State, knew this was window dressing.
The Kurds, despite being portrayed for decades as persecuted and downtrodden, are actually much better off than Iraq’s Arab population. A big part of the reason for this is that the right-leaning Kurds have proven reliable partners for the CIA and Mossad in destabilizing the region on behalf of Big Oil.'
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