Tensions in the Middle East have been exasperated in the last decade, and soon to be ex-President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton can be thanked for that.

The outright war between the Islamic Militant group ISIS and the Syrian Marxist Movement has been going on for years, without much change.

The Obama administration made it their personal problem and offered millions in aid toward one of the Syrian rebel groups fighting ISIS.

The Daily Caller reported:

U.S. anti-ISIS military assistance is emboldening Syrian Kurdish Marxist rebels, threatening to destabilize the region for decades.

The Kurdish rebels, known as the Yekîneyên Parastina Gel‎ (YPG), subscribe to a Marxist ideology propagated by a jailed terrorist leader. The YPG has deep ties to the Turkish, Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK), which is a Kurdish independence group and recognized as a terrorist organization by the U.S. government.

Now, Obama is a direct influencer in the Syrian Marxist movement thanks to his donations and militant advice for the group, in the form of millions of dollars of American taxpayer money.

The Daily Caller reported:

Hundreds of U.S. military advisors are embedded with Kurdish militias, and they frequently receive aerial assistance from the U.S. military. The increasing reliance on such groups by the Obama administration has caused a major rift between the U.S. and Turkey and made the YPG stronger than it has ever been before.

The militant help given by the Obama administration is now a direct factor in the growing tensions in the Middle East.

His so-called “help” for the Syrian Marxist cause will have lasting repercussions as well.

The Daily Caller reports:

“The military support has boosted the YPG’s confidence to move beyond Kurdish populated areas and grow their ambitions even beyond Syria,” International Crisis Group expert Maria Fantappie told The Washington Post. “It has huge political implications not only for Syria but also for neighboring ­countries,” she continued.

Reporters overheard several Marxist screeds in a recent visit to Kurdish-controlled northern Syria. One man was head saying, “The state is an instrument of oppression.” Another said of the ideology, “It is like having a democratic mother who does not discriminate against her children.”

Soon to be President Donald Trump has made no official statement thus far on what his handle on the situation will be, but surely enough, the situation will be handled significantly better by the Trump administration.

The Daily Caller reported:

“The military support has boosted the YPG’s confidence to move beyond Kurdish populated areas and grow their ambitions even beyond Syria,” International Crisis Group expert Maria Fantappie told The Washington Post. “It has huge political implications not only for Syria but also for neighboring ­countries,” she continued.

Reporters overheard several Marxist screeds in a recent visit to Kurdish-controlled northern Syria. One man was head saying, “The state is an instrument of oppression.” Another said of the ideology, “It is like having a democratic mother who does not discriminate against her children.”

What are your thoughts?

Do you believe the United States should provide military assistance to the Syrian group?

Or, do you feel that under the Trump Administration, America should step back from the Middle East once and for all?

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