Well the U.S. appears to be part of the problem not the solution. How unusual.
US / Israel continue to support anti-Iranian guerillas
Reese Erlich is author of the upcoming book "The Iran Agenda: the Real Story of U.S. Policy and the Middle East Crisis.”
Erlich, a journalist, just came back from spending three weeks with Kurdish resistance organizations in Iran and Iraq's Kurdish region.
He confirms that the USA and Israel are funding armed groups to overthrow the Iranian government........
The Cia In Kurdistan
By Husayn Al-Kurdi
Kurdistan has come to the attention of the West in the wake of the Persian Gulf War in 1991, in which the U.S.-shaped coalition virtually destroyed Iraq and its people. A side-effect and result of this war was the establishment of a "safe haven" for Kurds fleeing Iraqi-occupied Kurdistan. This safe haven turned out to be a base for CIA maneuvers against the Iraqi regime, utilizing Kurdish "assets" as a backstop for its destabilizing initiatives in Iraq. The perennial "outside agitator" on a global scale, the CIA has been particularly active in the Middle East, notably in defense of the plunder of Middle Eastern oil. For over three to eight years, the CIA has been involved in assassination and coup attempts against Iraqi governments.
Americans have been left in the dark concerning CIA maneuvers in the Middle East. Fed a steady diet of fantasy mush in which Arabs and Muslims are inexorably tagged as irrational, fanatical terrorists and in which their American, Israeli and other tormentors are relentlessly portrayed as harbingers of a democratic civilization under siege in the areas they seek to control. The actual CIA involvement in Kurdistan tells a far different story.........