A combination of factors — unending wars, a foreign policy managed by Israel, the massive culture of corruption, refusal of the super-rich to pay their fair share of taxes and the loss of America’s manufacturing capacity — have brought the once mighty US economy to its knees. Ordinary Americans including its youth have finally realized who their enemy really is: the Wall Street banksters and executives, hence their movement Occupy Wall Street.
As mentioned at the beginning of this article, whether they will succeed in their quest or not in changing the system is an open question. What is not in doubt is that even the American people have finally realized that their own rulers, not some unknown foreign groups, whether Muslim or others, are the real enemy. This can be considered an achievement of sorts.Got that? The "enemy," according to Bangash, is the Zionist string-puller, the super rich and those on and of the right wing (three categories which are by no means mutually exclusive).
Which rather lets the Ayatollah and his kooky nuke-makers off the hook, enemy-wise, no? (which is probably the whole point of Bangash's exercise).