The Pope arrived in Iraq on Friday 5 March. Some may ask what is the Pope doing in Iraq? Because he runs the world’s most sophisticated religious company, the Vatican. Soon after election of Joe Biden, the second Catholic president elected after John F. Kennedy, the spiritual leader of Catholics visits Iraq.
Immediately after Biden took office, the second Catholic president elected after J.F. Kennedy, the spiritual leader of the Catholics visits Iraq. Biden soon after election has called Pope “symbol of hope”. In addition, Biden stated that they will no longer make direct military intervention, especially in the Middle East, and that they will realize changes in the target geographies with “democratic” intervention. In this case, we can say that the Pope is the representative sent by Biden to Iraq for this purpose.
In 1999, the old Pope John Paul II also made a similar attempt to visit Iraq, but that visit had not been executed due to the objection of Saddam Hussain.
“This crusade,” said President George W. Bush just days before US invasion of Afghanistan “followed by invasion of Iraq” began, then we all have watched what happened to Saddam Hussain.
We understood that main purpose of the Pope’s visit to Iraq is “diplomatic” pillar of the steps taken for an autonomous Kurdish state in northern Syria, same as in established in northern Iraq after Gulf War. The Pope wants to bring together the Kurdish Administration of Northern Iraq and the YPG (the political wing of the PKK terrorist organization) in northern Syria. Lets remember that the USA has provided tens of thousand truckloads of weapons to the Kurdish separatist terror groups in Syria.
After establishing an autonomous Kurdish state in northern Syria, similar steps will be taken for the Kurds in Iran and Turkey, the Kurdish groups in these four countries will ultimately unite into a large Kurdish state. This state will of course be located in Israel’s so-called promised lands and that will be easy for Israel to occupy it.
Another stage of the Pope’s visit to Iraq was the meeting with Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani. This meeting can also be considered as a part of the plan we mentioned above. In the near future, when there is an attempt to break out territory for the Kurds in Iran or a regime change is considered in that country, Ayatollah Al-Sistani will be a significant ally for Westerns with his influence over the Arab Shiite society. As a matter of fact, the posters on which photographs of the Pope and Al-Sistani were hung included the slogan “You are part of us, we are part of you”.
He also visited the the biblical city of Ur, his message here was “interfaith dialogue”. This is a discourse familiar to the Turkish people. This mission’s representative in Turkey was Fethullah Gulen, who’s organization was behind the July 15, 2016 failed coup attempt in the country.
We know that the Papacy organized the Crusades a thousand years ago. This visit of the Pope, which all stages contains symbolism and reminds paganists in this respect, can be called the “diplomatic Crusade”, as mentioned by President Biden. Because while more than 2 million people lost their lives under the bombs during and after the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq by the US and its allies, the Pope has not spoken a single word against those who did this.
The sad sight is that there is only one sincere Muslim in Iraq with a population of 39 million. Iraqi Religious Affairs President “Sunni” Shaikh Ahmad Hassan et-Taha refused to meet with the Pope, stating that this visit is an act of sedition.
Turkey, aware of this plan, carried out 3 extensive operations to the Northern Syria and prevented the creation of a Kurdish corridor in the region, which supposed to connect Northern Iraq with Mediterranean sea.
However, it seems that the Crusade mentality has not abandoned its plan and continues this plan with different ways and methods. The Kurds must wake up and not be part of this plan, because in the future they will gain the enmity of the Arabs, Turks, Persians and other nations in the region and they will be oppressed among these nations. Because Kurds have no place to go.