Trump "changed his rhetoric completely and subjected himself to the terms of the deep American state, or the deep American regime," Assad said
Part 4 - Latin America and Anti-imperialism
For Assad, Latin American nations have not only been important allies, but also a source of inspiration for Middle East states.
"You provided the world with an important model. So, keep it up, because if the countries of the third and developing world wanted to develop, they should follow the model implemented in Latin America."
However, Assad also warned that in its pursuit to reassert its global hegemony, the U.S. could look to turn countries in the region into war zones like Syria, Libya and Yemen.
"The United States always seeks to control all the states of the world without exception. It does not accept allies, regardless of whether they are developed states as those in the Western bloc or other states of the world," Assad explained.
"That is why what is happening to Syria, to Korea, to Iran, to Russia, and maybe to Venezuela now, aims at re-imposing American hegemony on the world because they believe that this hegemony is under threat now, which consequently threatens the interests of American economic and political elites."
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