Lebanon speaker warns of plan to tear up the Arab countries

berri defLebanese Speaker Nabih Berri warned on Sunday that the scheme of tearing apart some Arab countries is still ongoing and the region is facing a dangerous situation that requires a responsible and firm stance.

“There is a continuing plan to tear apart, divide and drown many Arab countries in blood and civil wars,” Berri’s press office quoted him as saying in Geneva

“This storm is hitting the Arab [world] from Libya and Egypt to Syria and puts the region in a dangerous situation. Confronting this plan requires a firm and responsible stance,” Berri added

Berri traveled to Switzerland on Saturday to take part in the 129th Inter-Parliamentary Union conference, according to a report by the al-Hayat newspaper .

The report added that Berri is expected to hold talks in Geneva with a number of heads of parliaments of Arab and international countries on the margins of the conference.

His discussions are likely to focus on Arab and international developments, al-Hayat added.

The speaker is participating in a preparatory meeting on Sunday for the Arab parliamentary union and the union of the parliaments of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

The Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference is scheduled to tackle the agenda of its March 2014 meeting.

The agenda will focus on eliminating nuclear arms worldwde

Berri is accompanied on his trip by MPs Abdul Latif al-Zein, Gilberte Zouein, and Elie Aoun.

5 equals 14

Berri’s statement comes after a report in the New York Times which published an analytical study prepared by its centre on remapping of the Middle East in which five Arab countries will be divided into 14 petty states.

The study covers five countries: Syria, Libya, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Yemen, and says the anticipation is triggered by the Arab Spring revolutions.

syria , Iraq saudi divisionRegarding Syria, the New York Times expected the country to be divided into three states:
One is for the Alawite sect that has ruled Syria for the past 40 years , to which the current President Bashar Assad belongs. The paper anticipates the Alawites to establish their state along the Syrian coast of the Mediterranean Sea, besides a state for the Kurds that extends to Kurdistan in Iraq, and Syria’s Sunnis will join the Sunni provinces in Iraq to form Sunnistan.

Regarding Iraq, the land that has been hard hit by communal violence after the US invasion, is expected, according to the report to be divided into 3 states : Its north will unite with north of Syria in a “Kurdistan” state, the Sunnis will unite with Sunnis in Syria in Sunnistan and the rest of the country will remain for the Shiite and will be called Shiitestan

Concerning Libya, the NY Times anticipated it to break up into three petty states; one in the northwest with Tripoli as its capital, and the other in the east with Benghazi as its capital and the Fazan state, part of Sabha, known for its allegiance to Gaddafi during 17th February Revolution.

Yemen is expected to be divided in two Yemens, north Yemen and South Yemen.

Saudi Arabia will will be divided into into five states, “Habistan” in the centre and another in the west that will include Mecca, Medina and Jeddah; a third state in the south, a fourth one in the east with Dammam as its capital and a fifth state in the north.

The entire Yemen, or at least its south, is likely to become part of Saudi Arabia, whose trade almost entirely depends on the sea. An outlet to the Arabian Sea will reduce its total dependence on the strait of Hormuz .

  • 5thDrawer

    WOW .. is the New York Times into ‘Theoretical Idiocy’ now too?? Hahahahahahaha
    But Berri has a point … and it’s the Terrorist Muslims like the Taliban and Al-Q that want the ‘land grabs’, and to install that Sharia stupidity everywhere they can, that ‘tear up’ economics – and the people – with their fear-instilling killings and a desire to go back to the dark ages.
    Berri can speak with some ‘authority’ because he’s from Lebanon … which only managed to hold some tiny ‘rights’ for women – and ‘minorities’ – because of Babbda.

    • dateam

      Notice how nothing is written for the christians to have? This has been in the planning for a long time….we see now how the arab spring has been turned into a divide and conquer…the christians to be driven out…its already happening now we have seen it in iraq…now egypt,syria,kenya,nigeria even pakistan all being attacked…then it leaves the sunnis,shiites and kurds to fight it out….dont forget to add the palestinians into the carve up because with sunni stateletes around the israelis can push them out and be finished with them…..the areas around israel will become severley weakened hence ensuring its security. This is why syria is important especially to the christians in lebanon….as they will be next….again one needs to question who is funding the alqaeda and taliban as they and the takfiris are being used to achieve this….stay tuned as this will not be ending anytime soon.

      • Reasonableman

        Your theory fails any reality.
        The christians are well prepared to defend their land just as much as anybody else is they don’t need you or a stupid theory by this whacko to brainwash them with conspiracy theories.
        You say the arab spring was planned? Why cant i hear you crying about the oppressed in bahrain who are seeking an arab spring of their own this time?

        • dateam

          First of all when you read make sure you understand what you are reading before making ignorant comments…..Its not my theory….im merely looking at whats being said and comparing it to whats been happening….i simply made an observation which i think is legit considering the christians have not been included in the above analysis and proposal…now am i wrong in saying that they have been attacked in all the countries i have mentioned along with all the other minorities? “You say the arab spring was planned?” where have i stated this? “we see now how the arab spring has been turned into a divide and conquer” do you understand what i have said? Where is the mention of it being planned? Its been taken hostage thats whats happened to it im not saying it was planned….If you have read my previous posts i have made mention of bahrain numerous times and how it has been forgotten or unlegitimised so to speak. But i am simply responding to the above.

          • Reasonableman

            You agreed with the theory hence its a theory you claim to be true whats the difference your frying your brain with technicalities for no reason.
            You said
            ” notice how nothing is written for the christians to have? This has been in the planning for a long time….” this is when you stated “this”.

            Why has bahrain been unlegitimised to speak of? Are they not attempting an overturn in power aswell? I see it as a means to unlegitimise it in order for this theory to be legitimised. Nigeria kenya and pakistan are not even arab seriously howd you involve them in this??

            The pakistinians are fighting for land which was legally given to them by a UN mandate which india refuses to accept.

            Kenya and nigeria muslim and christians have had tit for tat killings since before i ever opened my eyes. They are both controlled by christian militias and lack a proper democratic government.

            This whole proposal is only mere words the christians in lebanon have never been disturbed except by hezblshaytaans power grabbing of areas christians mostly populate. Be honest when you go to lebanon how clean and green are the areas they reside in? If they were under attack do you really think all of lebanon will look like the shithole it has become and leave populated christians areas untouches?

            You always claim the sunnis are destroying christian populated areas in syria. If i recall maloula? The statements by the priest and the workers and the respected old ladies claiming how good they have been properly and kindly treated by rebels didnt get through to you?

            Brother the the arab sbbring is beyond beobles imagination everyday is a new mission and i brove this by bringing that it has been 2 and a half years and nobody winning. This theory is besamastic material of what will habben if the war stob tomorrow.
            Beace.

          • dateam

            Israel’s divide and conquer strategy

            Written by Stephen Lendman
            Date: October 21, 2010
            Subject: Israel

            Israel’s Longstanding Middle East Plan – by Stephen Lendman

            In 1982, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs senior advisor Oded Yinon published a revealing document for regional conquest and dominance. Still relevant today, it’s titled “A Strategy for Israel in the 1980s, translated, edited, and retitled “The Zionist Plan for the Middle East” by distinguished Professor Israel Shahak (1933 – 2001), longtime activist, analyst, and outspoken Israeli critic.

            Its publisher, the Association of Arab-American University Graduates called it “the most explicit, detailed and unambiguous statement to date of the Zionist strategy in the Middle East….Its importance….lies not in its historical value but in the nightmare which it represents,” what thereafter continued to unfold.

            Its two essential premises include:

            — to survive, Israel must dominate the region and become a world power, and

            — succeeding requires dividing Arab nations into small states – Balkanizing them along ethnic and sectarian lines as Israeli satellites, controllable satraps, the idea modeled after the Ottoman Empire’s Millet (or nation) system under which local authorities governed confessional communities with separate ethnic identities.

            Israel’s 1967 Golan seizure and 1978 and 1982 Lebanon invasions followed the plan, Yinon noting “far-reaching opportunities for the first time since 1967, (created by the) very stormy situation surround(ing) Israel,” resurrected whenever Israel wishes. Its method involves preemptive belligerence against Palestinians and regional states, making them all eventual targets to be weakened, fragmented, divided, and reconfigured under Israeli control.

            In 1982, it included dividing Iraq into Shi’ite, Sunni, and Kurdish areas, what, in fact, unfolded after 2003, Shahak noting that:

            “The plan follows faithfully the geopolitical ideas current in Germany of 1890 – 1933, which were swallowed whole by Hitler and the Nazi movement, and determined their aims for East Europe.” They were then implemented from 1939 – 1941, “and only (a global alliance) prevented their consolidation for a period of time.”

            Citing the “early stages of a new epoch,” Yinon said “The existence, prosperity and steadfastness of (Israel) depend(s) upon its ability to adopt a new framework for its domestic and foreign affairs,” based on securing its material needs through winnable resource wars and Arab world divisions.

            “All the Arab States east of Israel are torn apart, broken up and riddled with inner conflicts even more than those of the Maghreb” (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania, and Western Sahara). All the Gulf states are “built upon a delicate house of sand in which there is only oil.” Jordan is in reality Palestine, Amman the same as Nablus.

            Other Muslim states are similar. Half of Iran’s population is Persian speaking, the rest ethnically Turkish. Turkey is half Sunni Muslim, the rest Shi’ite Alawis and Sunni Kurds. Today, Afghanistan’s divisions are clearer, including Pashtuns, Tajiks, Hazaras, Uzbeks, Turkmen, and others. Pakistan also is comprised of Punjabis, Pashtuns, Sindhis, Seraikis, Muhajirs, Balochs and others.

            From Morocco to India, Somalia to Turkey, stability is absent, “point(ing) to….a rapid degeneration in the entire region” to be exploited to Israel’s advantage. Throughout the Middle East, depravation, including hunger and unemployment affect millions, potentially explosive problems only security forces can contain, giving Israel “far-reaching opportunities for the first time since 1967.”

            The Six Day War’s strategic error was failing to give Jordan to the Palestinians, thereby “neutralizing” today’s problem by removing them. “Today, we suddenly face immense opportunities for transforming the situation thoroughly and this we must do in the coming decade, otherwise we shall not survive as a state.”

            He recommended far-reaching foreign and domestic political and economic changes. He also called Israel’s peace agreement with Egypt a mistake, said its economy depends on acquiring oil resources without which it could be destroyed, and named two ways to get them:

            — directly by breaking the treaty; or

            — regaining control of the Sinai indirectly, Egypt no military obstacle because of its internal conflicts.

            In 1956, its myth as the Arab world’s strong leader was revealed, reiterated in 1967. Its economy is also in crisis, making foreign help essential. Israel’s strategic aim is to weaken it further by breaking it into distinct geographical regions. If accomplished, other countries may follow, including Libya and Sudan.

            “The vision of a Christian Coptic State in Upper Egypt alongside a number of weak states with very localized power (and none centrally) is the key to a historical development which was only set back by the peace agreement but which seems inevitable in the long run.”

            Lebanon’s division into five provinces is a precedent for the entire Arab world, including Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Syria, and the Arabian peninsula. Syria will divide into a Shi’ite Alawi coastal state, an Aleppo area Sunni one, another in Damascus, and the Druzes will set up their own. This outcome will guarantee peace and security in the long run, “and that aim is already within our reach today.”

            Oil rich/internally torn Iraq is a “guaranteed” Israeli target, more important than Syria. In the short run, it’s Israel’s greatest threat. A war with Iran will tear it apart, lead to its downfall, and perhaps fragment Iran, separating its oil rich Arab speaking province from the rest of the country. Confrontations elsewhere will cause further dissolutions.

            Because of internal and external pressure, the entire Arabian peninsula is vulnerable, especially Saudi Arabia. Jordan won’t threaten in the long run after dissolution. “There is no chance that (it) will continue to exist in its present structure for a long time.” Thus, Israel’s policy should be transferring Jordanian power to Palestinians, hastened by Occupied Territory emigration, resulting in “Arabs to Jordan and the Jews to the areas west of the river. Genuine coexistence and peace will reign over the land only when Arabs understand that without Jewish rule between Jordan and the sea they will have neither existence nor security.” Jordan is their only alternative, giving Israel more land cleansed of Arabs.

            Otherwise, “we shall cease to exist within any borders. Judea, Samaria (the West Bank and Jerusalem) and the Galilee are our sole guarantee for national existence….Rebalancing the country demographically, strategically and economically is the highest and most central aim today.”

            Changes transforming world Jewry make Israel the only existential option. “Our existence is certain.” Nothing can “remove us (either) forcefully or by treachery (Sadat’s method).”

            Three important points are stressed:

            First, Israel’s military alone can’t occupy more territory. The solution – rule by “Haddad forces” or “Village Associations,” controllable local authorities, dissociated from their populations, Israeli garrisons strategically positioned between the mini states. Making it feasible depends on keeping Arabs divided.

            Second, Yinon’s plan was published to win over Israeli society, especially its elites able to influence others. Problems about Arabs awareness are minimal, given their divisions and inability to understand Israeli society.

            Neither is America of concern, its pro-Israeli media assumes “good intentions” regardless of policy, and the Israeli Lobby does the rest. As a result, Israel operates freely “because the world wants to close its eyes.”

            In 1985, Israeli President and Labor Party leader Chaim Herzog echoed the views of hardline extremists like Sharon and Netanyahu:

            “We are certainly not willing to make partners of the Palestinians in any way in a land that was holy to our people for thousands of years. There can be no partner with the Jews of this land,” leaving resettlement (expulsion) the only option, a favored policy today, the same one revisionist leader Ze’ve Jabotinsky advocated, including in a 1939 letter, saying:

            “There is no choice: The Arabs must make room for the Jews in Eretz Israel. It it was possible to transfer the Baltic peoples, it is also possible to move the Palestinian Arabs.” Most was accomplished in Israel’s 1948 “War of Independence,” again in the 1967 Six Day War. Thereafter it continued, supported and funded by Israel’s Washington paymaster/partner in crime. As a result, Palestinians have been on their own resisting for over six decades, their courage and determination unreported in the West, but global support builds and offers hope.

          • Reasonableman

            brother lets say the israels achieved these unrealistic goals. Do you really think they could mantain?
            Refusing to stick to the baabda formula and invading somebody elses country doesn’t help the case of the middle east.
            Im sure its only reasonable to clean up our own backyards before attempting to reach or destroy a superpwer backyard its illogical and not worth mentioning.

            How strange and foolish is man he loses his health in gaining wealth, the to regain health he wastes his wealth. He RUINS the present while worrying about the FUTURE, but weeps in the future by recalling his past. He lives in a way asif death shall never come to him, but dies in a way asif he had never been born.. Ali bin abu talib radiallah w 3an.
            Im sure you got the point that worrying about the future will only ruin the present.

          • dateam

            What baabda declaration? From day one those against assad and those for assad have been involved…i wouldnt quit your day job anytime soon either.

          • Reasonableman

            Since when did hezblshayton own lebanon and choose when they want to invade a country?

          • Peaceforleb

            If he’s a Sunni, he’s probably on compo.

          • Jewy McJew

            Why is it that certain civilizations are so vulnerable to “divide and conquer” while other civilizations, like democracies, manage to keep it together regardless of the situation?

          • dateam

            That’s the million dollar question…unfortunately the truth might not go down so well on this forum?

          • 5thDrawer

            Putting aside the little thought that allowing Israelis to run the whole MIddle East might be good for business and everyone’s life generally … which only the ‘uber-religious’ on all sides (ass-raisers and dreadlock-wall-bonkers alike) will make into a nasty thought from the devil …
            The only reason for attacking Lebanon all the time, even from within, is it’s water from those glorious mountains … and we know how good that is by now, after they all had a go at screwing it up.
            As for the oil (olive or not), they are going to pollute the Med now and fight over that too.
            One can only pray they use some of it to make billions of condoms and teach people that the food isn’t going to last, no matter who’s in charge, if they keep pounding out warriors. The bugs and the chemistry are already working ….

          • Leborigine

            Hey Reasonable, just a question about your views above. Do you really believe that Pakistan should have the land that the UN legally gave them?

          • Peaceforleb

            Of course he does Lebo, after all Pakistan is a Sunni run government. Everything should be given to them. Rite

          • Leborigine

            Hey Peace, well I was trying to see if its ok for Pakistan, Bosnia, Kosovo and the rest of these small Islamic breakaways to exist, but yet Lebanon should not be. When in reality, Lebanon has existed as an entity since the beginning of time!

          • Reasonableman

            Champ ill be honest i don’t know much about pakistan or india i just know generally whats going on the UN has made some stupid decisions in syria and has probably made and will make stupid decisions in the past or future. Some people may see differently and think the UN makes only correct decisions and in some cases they do. Do i agree with everything they say or do nope what do i do about it? Suck it up. I would like to know your view only an agree or disagree answer about the UN decisions and also their decisions in syria lebanon and palestine.

          • Leborigine

            To be honest Reasonable, I think the UN is a joke, and furthermore, as you know, I do not give a hoot about syria nor Palestine. I do however care about my country, and to answer your question, I do agree that the UN has done nothing for us, it never did, and never has.
            My initial question to you was coming from a different angle, as I was trying to get to a point which some here mention how Lebanon was part of something in the past, and as you know that Pakistan prior to 1947 was actually part of india. As you mentioned that you do not know much about Pakistan, we’ll leave it at that.

        • IraniAngel

          i think it makes a lot sense. small powerless middleeastern countries serve the interest of the west and israel

          • Reasonableman

            It is not fair for anyone who wants to examine the causes of any nation’s decline to focus only on some outward aspects of its decline that everyone can see, because achieving cultural advancement is a huge process in which innumerable interrelated factors play a role; these factors are accumulated throughout the years and penetrate deeply in all aspects of life, which leads to raising the level of communities little by little.

            my “learned” philosophy is that arab countries are being divided. America physically has nothing to do with the uprisings but has taken the oppertunity to be the third leg for anybody who can make it money. A few invasions here and there with iran quds forces as its tour guides 😉 sunnis are bad for business they only ask for weapons lol americans cant make profit.

        • Peaceforleb

          Maybe because the government in Bahrain was installed by the west to serve them. The so called Arab spring only happened in countries that opposed the west. Could this be a coincidence. I think not. These stupid terrorist are obviously to stupid to realize the plot the west has put in place. All they care about is money and the 72 virgins promised to them in hheaven.The beauty of it is Assad is exterminating them like the rodents they are.

          • Reasonableman

            You cant admit and the same time deny the shites are trying to gain traction in bahrain. Dont quit your day job mr piss of a leb.

          • dateam

            You just contradicted yourself…first you stated the people of bahrain are fighting for democracy and now your playing the sectarian line stating shiites are trying to gain traction in bahrain???

          • Reasonableman

            Shiites don’t know how to have a democracy theyve always been handed power by the west and what they are seeking to do in bahrain is no different. Dont put words in my mouth i never said they are fighting for democracy. The things ive said are.
            “They are seeking an over turn in power”
            “They are trying to gain traction”
            And made fun of the situation by calling them “opressed” and “seeking an arab spring”
            This topic is about how the middle east will be divided by sectarianism i would dare play the democracy card.

          • dateam

            Brother your not making sense…in bahrain they are seeking democracy….where have the shiites been handed power? Please dont say iraq because they had elections..please dont say the west got rid of saddam to hand power to the west…saddam dug his own grave through his own stupidity and craving of power….last i recall the iranians had democracy and in 1952 the americans and british overthrew that democracy in a coup and handed iran to the shah?? The entire khalij is undemocratic so whether your sunni, shiite,christian jew or a devil worshiper i think all are entitled to a push for democracy….Yes you are right this article is about dividing the middle east so again i dont understand how you have brought up all this other stuff…there is an agenda to carve and the arabs are just too stupid to see it.

          • Reasonableman

            Are we playing catch up? Goodnight bro its 1am im not going to get into details this blog is impossible to be politically correct on. Just remember who has been guiding the americans with the invasions all over the middle east. Iran cant have a president if the khomenei doesnt like him and i dont even support the gulf monarchy i am totally against them so you really didnt hit a nerve if thats what you intended.
            I am not the one who brought up all this these countries these are things you agree with which i have only objected and placed a reason nothing more.

          • Peaceforleb

            Had the majority in Bahrain been Sunni, you would be singing a different song.

          • IraniAngel

            and sunnis do know how to have a democracy??? hahaha thanks for the joke :DDDDDD… not that i really care about demoncrazy…

          • Peaceforleb

            Come on Irani, you can’t tell me that every Sunni run country hasn’t got a great democracy. Saudi Arabia is one example. Their democracy is so good that they named the friggin country after their family name. Lol. I mean the democracy is that good that women aren’t even allowed to drive a car. And if you are caught not praying during pray time you are either put in jail or beaten. Then you are branded an infidel. Yep the Sunni’s most definitely know good and proper democracy.

          • IraniAngel

            i can think of a more democratic name: saudi GAYrabia… lol

          • Daniel Moshe Johnson

            Edomites period, whatever or however you want to classify them as, Jewish Law calls them idolaters, are genetically incapable of organization. …

          • Hannibal

            and you are biblically RACIST…

          • 5thDrawer

            He scrolled down … hahahaha

          • Hannibal

            LOL

          • Peaceforleb

            Is that ths best you have reasonable, throwing insults when a nerve is hit. That is the typical Sunni way. No wonder you are the most hated religion in the world. Always reverting to isults and violence when you don’t like what you hear. Go decapitate an infidel. You might get 72 virgins for it. Male virgins that is

          • Reasonableman

            waja3teli albi

          • Peaceforleb

            Bus may koun wajatilak tizak. 🙂

          • IraniAngel

            that is SOOOOOO true!!!! i know a sunni,, she refused for ever to talk to me when i legitimately and totally justified critized the islamic world calling us lazy, criminals, always blaming all others for our problems and never ourselves and that im embarressed being a muslim due to these things. come on every body should be capable of at least to listen to criticism EVEN MUSLIMS! no wonder sunnism really IS the most hated religion in the world, i completely second that! I will keep on critizing all including muslims when criticism is justified, and most times criticism of muslims is justified.

      • IraniAngel

        the west dont care about any religious group let it be sunni, shias, christians, all they care about is the oil.. and as long we keep on killing each other the west laugh at us at most… mosh keda?

        • Hannibal

          Olive oil? lol

  • 5thDrawer

    WOW .. is the New York Times into ‘Theoretical Idiocy’ now too?? Hahahahahahaha
    But Berri has a point … and it’s the Terrorist Muslims like the Taliban and Al-Q that want the ‘land grabs’, and to install that Sharia stupidity everywhere they can, that ‘tear up’ economics – and the people – with their fear-instilling killings and a desire to go back to the dark ages.
    Berri can speak with some ‘authority’ because he’s from Lebanon … which only managed to hold some tiny ‘rights’ for women – and ‘minorities’ because of Babbda.

    • dateam

      Notice how nothing is written for the christians to have? This has been in the planning for a long time….we see now how the arab spring has been turned into a divide and conquer…the christians to be driven out…its already happening now we have seen it in iraq…now egypt,syria,kenya,nigeria even pakistan all being attacked…then it leaves the sunnis,shiites and kurds to fight it out….dont forget to add the palestinians into the carve up because with sunni stateletes around the israelis can push them out and be finished with them…..the areas around israel will become severley weakened hence ensuring its security. This is why syria is important especially to the christians in lebanon….as they will be next….again one needs to question who is funding the alqaeda and taliban as they and the takfiris are being used to achieve this….stay tuned as this will not be ending anytime soon.

      • Reasonableman

        Your theory fails any reality.
        The christians are well prepared to defend their land just as much as anybody else is they don’t need you or a stupid theory by this whacko to brainwash them with conspiracy theories.
        You say the arab spring was planned? Why cant i hear you crying about the oppressed in bahrain who are seeking an arab spring of their own this time?

        • dateam

          First of all when you read make sure you understand what you are reading before making ignorant comments…..Its not my theory….im merely looking at whats being said and comparing it to whats been happening….i simply made an observation which i think is legit considering the christians have not been included in the above analysis and proposal…now am i wrong in saying that they have been attacked in all the countries i have mentioned along with all the other minorities? “You say the arab spring was planned?” where have i stated this? “we see now how the arab spring has been turned into a divide and conquer” do you understand what i have said? Where is the mention of it being planned? Its been taken hostage thats whats happened to it im not saying it was planned….If you have read my previous posts i have made mention of bahrain numerous times and how it has been forgotten or unlegitimised so to speak. But i am simply responding to the above.

          • Reasonableman

            You agreed with the theory hence its a theory you claim to be true whats the difference your frying your brain with technicalities for no reason.
            You said
            ” notice how nothing is written for the christians to have? This has been in the planning for a long time….” this is when you stated “this”.

            Why has bahrain been unlegitimised to speak of? Are they not attempting an overturn in power aswell? I see it as a means to unlegitimise it in order for this theory to be legitimised. Nigeria kenya and pakistan are not even arab seriously howd you involve them in this??

            The pakistinians are fighting for land which was legally given to them by a UN mandate which india refuses to accept.

            Kenya and nigeria muslim and christians have had tit for tat killings since before i ever opened my eyes. They are both controlled by christian militias and lack a proper democratic government.

            This whole proposal is only mere words the christians in lebanon have never been disturbed except by hezblshaytaans power grabbing of areas christians mostly populate. Be honest when you go to lebanon how clean and green are the areas they reside in? If they were under attack do you really think all of lebanon will look like the shithole it has become and leave populated christians areas untouches?

            You always claim the sunnis are destroying christian populated areas in syria. If i recall maloula? The statements by the priest and the workers and the respected old ladies claiming how good they have been treated didnt get through to you?

            Brother the the arab sbbring is beyond beobles imagination everyday is a new mission and i brove this by bringing that it has been 2 and a half years and nobody winning. This theory is besamastic material of what will habben if the war stob tomorrow.
            Beace.

          • dateam

            Israel’s divide and conquer strategy

            Written by Stephen Lendman
            Date: October 21, 2010
            Subject: Israel

            Israel’s Longstanding Middle East Plan – by Stephen Lendman

            In 1982, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs senior advisor Oded Yinon published a revealing document for regional conquest and dominance. Still relevant today, it’s titled “A Strategy for Israel in the 1980s, translated, edited, and retitled “The Zionist Plan for the Middle East” by distinguished Professor Israel Shahak (1933 – 2001), longtime activist, analyst, and outspoken Israeli critic.

            Its publisher, the Association of Arab-American University Graduates called it “the most explicit, detailed and unambiguous statement to date of the Zionist strategy in the Middle East….Its importance….lies not in its historical value but in the nightmare which it represents,” what thereafter continued to unfold.

            Its two essential premises include:

            — to survive, Israel must dominate the region and become a world power, and

            — succeeding requires dividing Arab nations into small states – Balkanizing them along ethnic and sectarian lines as Israeli satellites, controllable satraps, the idea modeled after the Ottoman Empire’s Millet (or nation) system under which local authorities governed confessional communities with separate ethnic identities.

            Israel’s 1967 Golan seizure and 1978 and 1982 Lebanon invasions followed the plan, Yinon noting “far-reaching opportunities for the first time since 1967, (created by the) very stormy situation surround(ing) Israel,” resurrected whenever Israel wishes. Its method involves preemptive belligerence against Palestinians and regional states, making them all eventual targets to be weakened, fragmented, divided, and reconfigured under Israeli control.

            In 1982, it included dividing Iraq into Shi’ite, Sunni, and Kurdish areas, what, in fact, unfolded after 2003, Shahak noting that:

            “The plan follows faithfully the geopolitical ideas current in Germany of 1890 – 1933, which were swallowed whole by Hitler and the Nazi movement, and determined their aims for East Europe.” They were then implemented from 1939 – 1941, “and only (a global alliance) prevented their consolidation for a period of time.”

            Citing the “early stages of a new epoch,” Yinon said “The existence, prosperity and steadfastness of (Israel) depend(s) upon its ability to adopt a new framework for its domestic and foreign affairs,” based on securing its material needs through winnable resource wars and Arab world divisions.

            “All the Arab States east of Israel are torn apart, broken up and riddled with inner conflicts even more than those of the Maghreb” (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania, and Western Sahara). All the Gulf states are “built upon a delicate house of sand in which there is only oil.” Jordan is in reality Palestine, Amman the same as Nablus.

            Other Muslim states are similar. Half of Iran’s population is Persian speaking, the rest ethnically Turkish. Turkey is half Sunni Muslim, the rest Shi’ite Alawis and Sunni Kurds. Today, Afghanistan’s divisions are clearer, including Pashtuns, Tajiks, Hazaras, Uzbeks, Turkmen, and others. Pakistan also is comprised of Punjabis, Pashtuns, Sindhis, Seraikis, Muhajirs, Balochs and others.

            From Morocco to India, Somalia to Turkey, stability is absent, “point(ing) to….a rapid degeneration in the entire region” to be exploited to Israel’s advantage. Throughout the Middle East, depravation, including hunger and unemployment affect millions, potentially explosive problems only security forces can contain, giving Israel “far-reaching opportunities for the first time since 1967.”

            The Six Day War’s strategic error was failing to give Jordan to the Palestinians, thereby “neutralizing” today’s problem by removing them. “Today, we suddenly face immense opportunities for transforming the situation thoroughly and this we must do in the coming decade, otherwise we shall not survive as a state.”

            He recommended far-reaching foreign and domestic political and economic changes. He also called Israel’s peace agreement with Egypt a mistake, said its economy depends on acquiring oil resources without which it could be destroyed, and named two ways to get them:

            — directly by breaking the treaty; or

            — regaining control of the Sinai indirectly, Egypt no military obstacle because of its internal conflicts.

            In 1956, its myth as the Arab world’s strong leader was revealed, reiterated in 1967. Its economy is also in crisis, making foreign help essential. Israel’s strategic aim is to weaken it further by breaking it into distinct geographical regions. If accomplished, other countries may follow, including Libya and Sudan.

            “The vision of a Christian Coptic State in Upper Egypt alongside a number of weak states with very localized power (and none centrally) is the key to a historical development which was only set back by the peace agreement but which seems inevitable in the long run.”

            Lebanon’s division into five provinces is a precedent for the entire Arab world, including Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Syria, and the Arabian peninsula. Syria will divide into a Shi’ite Alawi coastal state, an Aleppo area Sunni one, another in Damascus, and the Druzes will set up their own. This outcome will guarantee peace and security in the long run, “and that aim is already within our reach today.”

            Oil rich/internally torn Iraq is a “guaranteed” Israeli target, more important than Syria. In the short run, it’s Israel’s greatest threat. A war with Iran will tear it apart, lead to its downfall, and perhaps fragment Iran, separating its oil rich Arab speaking province from the rest of the country. Confrontations elsewhere will cause further dissolutions.

            Because of internal and external pressure, the entire Arabian peninsula is vulnerable, especially Saudi Arabia. Jordan won’t threaten in the long run after dissolution. “There is no chance that (it) will continue to exist in its present structure for a long time.” Thus, Israel’s policy should be transferring Jordanian power to Palestinians, hastened by Occupied Territory emigration, resulting in “Arabs to Jordan and the Jews to the areas west of the river. Genuine coexistence and peace will reign over the land only when Arabs understand that without Jewish rule between Jordan and the sea they will have neither existence nor security.” Jordan is their only alternative, giving Israel more land cleansed of Arabs.

            Otherwise, “we shall cease to exist within any borders. Judea, Samaria (the West Bank and Jerusalem) and the Galilee are our sole guarantee for national existence….Rebalancing the country demographically, strategically and economically is the highest and most central aim today.”

            Changes transforming world Jewry make Israel the only existential option. “Our existence is certain.” Nothing can “remove us (either) forcefully or by treachery (Sadat’s method).”

            Three important points are stressed:

            First, Israel’s military alone can’t occupy more territory. The solution – rule by “Haddad forces” or “Village Associations,” controllable local authorities, dissociated from their populations, Israeli garrisons strategically positioned between the mini states. Making it feasible depends on keeping Arabs divided.

            Second, Yinon’s plan was published to win over Israeli society, especially its elites able to influence others. Problems about Arabs awareness are minimal, given their divisions and inability to understand Israeli society.

            Neither is America of concern, its pro-Israeli media assumes “good intentions” regardless of policy, and the Israeli Lobby does the rest. As a result, Israel operates freely “because the world wants to close its eyes.”

            In 1985, Israeli President and Labor Party leader Chaim Herzog echoed the views of hardline extremists like Sharon and Netanyahu:

            “We are certainly not willing to make partners of the Palestinians in any way in a land that was holy to our people for thousands of years. There can be no partner with the Jews of this land,” leaving resettlement (expulsion) the only option, a favored policy today, the same one revisionist leader Ze’ve Jabotinsky advocated, including in a 1939 letter, saying:

            “There is no choice: The Arabs must make room for the Jews in Eretz Israel. It it was possible to transfer the Baltic peoples, it is also possible to move the Palestinian Arabs.” Most was accomplished in Israel’s 1948 “War of Independence,” again in the 1967 Six Day War. Thereafter it continued, supported and funded by Israel’s Washington paymaster/partner in crime. As a result, Palestinians have been on their own resisting for over six decades, their courage and determination unreported in the West, but global support builds and offers hope.

          • Reasonableman

            brother lets say the israels achieved these unrealistic goals. Do you really think they could mantain?
            Refusing to stick to the baabda formula and invading somebody elses country doesn’t help the case of the middle east.
            Im sure its only reasonable to clean up our own backyards before attempting to reach or destroy a superpwer backyard its illogical and not worth mentioning.

            How strange and foolish is man he loses his health in gaining wealth, the to regain health he wastes his wealth. He RUINS the present while worrying about the FUTURE, but weeps in the future by recalling his past. He lives in a way asif death shall never come to him, but dies in a way asif he had never been born.. Ali bin abu talib radiallah w 3an.
            Im sure you got the point that worrying about the future will only ruin the present.

          • dateam

            What baabda declaration? From day one those against assad and those for assad have been involved…i wouldnt quit your day job anytime soon either.

          • Reasonableman

            Since when did hezblshayton own lebanon and choose when they want to invade a country?

          • Peaceforleb

            If he a Sunni, he’s probably on compo.

          • Jewy McJew

            Why is it that certain civilizations are so vulnerable to “divide and conquer” while other civilizations, like democracies, manage to keep it together regardless of the situation?

          • dateam

            That’s the million dollar question…unfortunately the truth might not go down so well on this forum?

          • 5thDrawer

            Putting aside the little thought that allowing Israelis to run the whole MIddle East might be good for business and everyone’s life generally … which only the ‘uber-religious’ on all sides (ass-raisers and dreadlock-wall-bonkers alike) will make into a nasty thought from the devil …
            The only reason for attacking Lebanon all the time, even from within, is it’s water from those glorious mountains … and we know how good that is by now, after they all had a go at screwing it up.
            As for the oil (olive or not), they are going to pollute the Med now and fight over that too.
            One can only pray they use some of it to make billions of condoms and teach people that the food isn’t going to last, no matter who’s in charge, if they keep pounding out warriors. The bugs and the chemistry are already working ….

          • Leborigine

            Hey Reasonable, just a question about your views above. Do you really believe that Pakistan should have the land that the UN legally gave them?

          • Peaceforleb

            Of course he does Lebo, after all Pakistan is a Sunni run government. Everything should be given to them. Rite

          • Leborigine

            Hey Peace, well I was trying to see if its ok for Pakistan, Bosnia, Kosovo and the rest of these small Islamic breakaways to exist, but yet Lebanon should not be. When in reality, Lebanon has existed as an entity since the beginning of time!

          • Reasonableman

            Champ ill be honest i don’t know much about pakistan or india i just know generally whats going on the UN has made some stupid decisions in syria and has probably made and will make stupid decisions in the past or future. Some people may see differently and think the UN makes only correct decisions and in some cases they do. Do i agree with everything they say or do nope what do i do about it? Suck it up. I would like to know your view only an agree or disagree answer about the UN decisions and also their decisions in syria lebanon and palestine.

          • Leborigine

            To be honest Reasonable, I think the UN is a joke, and furthermore, as you know, I do not give a hoot about syria nor Palestine. I do however care about my country, and to answer your question, I do agree that the UN has done nothing for us, it never did, and never has.
            My initial question to you was coming from a different angle, as I was trying to get to a point which some here mention how Lebanon was part of something in the past, and as you know that Pakistan prior to 1947 was actually part of india. As you mentioned that you do not know much about Pakistan, we’ll leave it at that.

        • IraniAngel

          i think it makes a lot sense. small powerless middleeastern coutries serve the interest of the west and israel

          • Reasonableman

            It is not fair for anyone who wants to examine the causes of any nation’s decline to focus only on some outward aspects of its decline that everyone can see, because achieving cultural advancement is a huge process in which innumerable interrelated factors play a role; these factors are accumulated throughout the years and penetrate deeply in all aspects of life, which leads to raising the level of communities little by little.

            my “learned” philosophy is that arab countries are being divided. America physically has nothing to do with that or the uprisings but has taken the oppertunity to be the third leg for anybody who can make it money.

        • Peaceforleb

          Maybe because the government in Bahrain was installed by the west to serve them. The so called Arab spring only happened in countries that opposed the west. Could this be a coincidence. I think not. These stupid terrorist are obviously to stupid to realize the plot the west has put in place. All they care about is money and the 72 virgins promised to them in hheaven.The beauty of it is Assad is exterminating them like the rodents they are.

          • Reasonableman

            You cant admit and the same time deny the shites are trying to gain traction in bahrain. Dont quit your day job mr piss of a leb.

          • dateam

            You just contradicted yourself…first you stated the people of bahrain are fighting for democracy and now your playing the sectarian line stating shiites are trying to gain traction in bahrain???

          • Reasonableman

            Shiites don’t know how to have a democracy theyve always been handed power by the west and bahrain is no different. Dont put words in my mouth i never said they are fighting for democracy. The things ive said are.
            “They are seeking an over turn in power”
            “They are trying to gain traction”
            And made fun of the situation by calling them “opressed” and “seeking an arab spring”
            This topic is about how the middle east will be divided by sectarianism i would dare play the democracy card.

          • dateam

            Brother your not making sense…in bahrain they are seeking democracy….where have the shiites been handed power? Please dont say iraq because they had elections..please dont say the west got rid of saddam to hand power to the west…saddam dug his own grave through his own stupidity and craving of power….last i recall the iranians had democracy and in 1952 the americans and british overthrew that democracy in a coup and handed iran to the shah?? The entire khalij is undemocratic so whether your sunni, shiite,christian jew or a devil worshiper i think all are entitled to a push for democracy….Yes you are right this article is about dividing the middle east so again i dont understand how you have brought up all this other stuff…there is an agenda to carve and the arabs are just too stupid to see it.

          • Reasonableman

            Are we playing catch up? Goodnight bro its 1am im not going to get into details this blog is impossible to be politically correct on. Just remember who has been guiding the americans with the invasions all over the middle east. Iran cant have a president if the khomenei doesnt like him and i dont even support the gulf monarchy i am totally against them so you really didnt hit a nerve if thats what you intended.
            I am not the one who brought up all this these countries these are things you agree with which i have only objected and placed a reason nothing more.

          • Peaceforleb

            Had the majority in Bahrain been Sunni, you would be singing a different song.

          • IraniAngel

            and sunnis do know how to have a democracy??? hahaha thanks for the joke :DDDDDD… not that i really care about demoncrazy…

          • Peaceforleb

            Come on Irani, you can’t tell me that every Sunni run country hasn’t got a great democracy. Saudi Arabia is one example. Their democracy is so good that they named the friggin country after their family name. Lol. I mean the democracy is that good that women aren’t even allowed to drive a car. And if you are caught not praying during pray time you are either put in jail or beaten. Then you are branded an infidel. Yep the Sunni’s most definitely know good and proper democracy.

          • IraniAngel

            i can think of a more democratic name: saudi GAYrabia… lol

          • Daniel Moshe Johnson

            Edomites period, whatever or however you want to classify them as, Jewish Law calls them idolaters, are genetically incapable of organization. …

          • Hannibal

            and you are biblically RACIST…

          • 5thDrawer

            He scrolled down … hahahaha

          • Hannibal

            LOL

          • Peaceforleb

            Is that ths best you have reasonable, throwing insults when a nerve is hit. That is the typical Sunni way. No wonder you are the most hated religion in the world. Always reverting to isults and violence when you don’t like what you hear. Go decapitate an infidel. You might get 72 virgins for it. Male virgins that is

          • Reasonableman

            waja3teli albi

          • Peaceforleb

            Bus may koun wajatilak tizak. 🙂

          • IraniAngel

            that is SOOOOOO true!!!! i know a sunni,, she refused for ever to talk to me when i legimitly critized the islamic world calling us lazy, criminals, always blaming all others for our problems and never ourselves and that im embarressed being a muslim due to these things . come on every body should be capable of at least to listen to criticism EVEN MUSLIMS! I will keep on critizing all including muslims when i think criticism is justified, and most times criticism of muslims are justified.

      • IraniAngel

        the west dont care about any religious group let it be sunni, shias, christians, all they care about is the oil.. and as long we keep on killing each other the west laugh at us at most… mosh keda?

        • Hannibal

          Olive oil? lol

  • cook

    Who would want to do such a thing …

  • cook2half

    Who would want to do such a thing …

  • Jewy McJew

    While having states based on shared values makes more sense than whatever the British were thinking, it might be a bit late in the game for a redo.

  • Jewy McJew

    While having states based on shared values makes more sense than whatever the British were thinking, it might be a bit late in the game for a redo.

  • zabada

    Christians,The west,Russia,China even Iran
    Syiit now manufactured their own weapons even fighter jets.Leaving sunni behind
    on that.Then sunni will cry on two Obama feet when Syiit kill them.Crying to
    The West when Serb genocide them.Sunni hands can,t manufactured any
    weapons.Unlike japan and Chinese hands,even their hands are smallest hands in
    the world,.they can manufactured many kind of weapon that available to protect
    their country.Arab sunnis are having bigger hands,but they do nothing to learn
    any technology that make them strong enough to defeat their enemies.What happen
    to Sunni then.To when they will crying to others to protect them.Arab middle
    east Sunni are rich.Where the oil,s money.Why not using this to learn technology
    and high tech and manufactured weapons likely to Chinese,the rising power.They
    are sleeping.They will be killed and raped by others then.Why sleeping….the
    world will said…the crying and sleeping Sunnis.The main problem is they are
    lack of civilization.This lead too many bad events in Muslim world.The majority
    of Sunni can,t fix any problem since they are weak despite many of them are too
    rich.They do many many wrong things,in politic,economy and education,but still blame others to destroy them.The truth,they are destroying them self.By not having any kind of tech and economy strength ,they killed them self.They killed them self by their own hands.That is the Arabs now.From great empire at the time of Muawiayah and Abbasiah,now they turn fully barbarian people.Fully mentally destroyed Too easy too killing and destroying them.What a fate.What a lazy nation they are.

    • Hannibal

      Christians do not manufacture weapons nor fight because they are Christians you friggin moron.
      It is Nations that fight and that is why you and your kind are trash.

      • Give him a break Hannibal!! if what he is saying is true and sunnis have smaller hands we need to look into it
        I have often wondered if it is less expensive to make my hands smaller than to pay for a boob job :)P

        • Peaceforleb

          Lol

        • 5thDrawer

          I thought your parrot was working on the reduction. :-)))

      • zabada

        So they make weapons to eat,and they are fighting for Hindus,not for Christians.All historians believe on your words.

      • Peaceforleb

        Hannibal, sorry but I can’t believe you taking Zabada serious. I think his friggin hilarious.

    • patriotss

      mate with a head like yours i would be a suicide bomber and blow myself up
      and with all of what you wrote and what you think you must be smoking very bad shit

      • zabada

        Like you,Arabs can,t take any advice.They and you are mentally sick.

    • libnan1

      “Sunni hands can,t manufactured any weapons” because they are jacking off all day you dumb shit.

    • Guest

      The biggest challenge to Islam will come from an over 1 billion nuclear strong atheist nation of the biggest materialists, pork eaters, gamblers, drinkers, etc. It is an inevitable clash.

  • zabada

    Christians,The west,Russia,China even Iran
    Syiit now manufactured their own weapons even fighter jets.Leaving sunni behind
    on that.Then sunni will cry on two Obama feet when Syiit kill them.Crying to
    The West when Serb genocide them.Sunni hands can,t manufactured any
    weapons.Unlike japan and Chinese hands,even their hands are smallest hands in
    the world,.they can manufactured many kind of weapon that available to protect
    their country.Arab sunnis are having bigger hands,but they do nothing to learn
    any technology that make them strong enough to defeat their enemies.What happen
    to Sunni then.To when they will crying to others to protect them.Arab middle
    east Sunni are rich.Where the oil,s money.Why not using this to learn technology
    and high tech and manufactured weapons likely to Chinese,the rising power.They
    are sleeping.They will be killed and raped by others then.Why sleeping….the
    world will said…the crying and sleeping Sunnis.The main problem is they are
    lack of civilization.This lead too many bad events in Muslim world.The majority
    of Sunni can,t fix any problem since they are weak despite many of them are too
    rich.They do many many wrong things,in politic,economy and education,but still blame others to destroy them.The truth,they are destroying them self.By not having any kind of tech and economy strength ,they killed them self.They killed them self by their own hands.That is the Arabs now.From great empire at the time of Muawiayah and Abbasiah,now they turn fully barbarian people.Fully mentally destroyed Too easy too killing and destroying them.What a fate.What a lazy nation they are.

    • Hannibal

      Christians do not manufacture weapons nor fight because they are Christians you friggin moron.
      It is Nations that fight and that is why you and your kind are trash.

      • Give him a break Hannibal!! if what he is saying is true and sunnis have smaller hands we need to look into it
        I have often wondered if it is less expensive to make my hands smaller than to pay for a boob job :)P

        • Peaceforleb

          Lol

        • 5thDrawer

          I thought your parrot was working on the reduction. :-)))

      • zabada

        So they make its to eat.

      • Peaceforleb

        Hannibal, sorry but I can’t believe you taking Zabada serious. I think his friggin hilarious.

    • patriotss

      mate with a head like yours i would be a suicide bomber and blow myself up
      and with all of what you wrote and what you think you must be smoking very bad shit

      • zabada

        Like you,Arabs can,t take any advice.They are mentally sick.

    • libnan1

      “Sunni hands can,t manufactured any weapons” because they are jacking off all day you dumb shit.

    • Guest

      The biggest challenge to Islam will come from an over 1 billion nuclear strong atheist nation of the biggest materialists, pork eaters, gamblers, drinkers, etc. It is an inevitable clash.

  • Fauzia45

    If there is a ^scheme or a plan to tear up the Arab world^,you are all taking part in it!All you do is warn and talk!Warning and talking doesn t help!!What is needed is is real democracy =freedom,justice ,equality and respect for human dignity!What is needed is a liberal education that teaches respect for all ,that teaches tolerance!!This is what is required to ^confront ^ storms that might hit any time!This way they might cause less damage!!

  • Fauzia45

    If there is a ^scheme or a plan to tear up the Arab world^,you are all taking part in it!All you do is warn and talk!Warning and talking doesn t help!!What is needed is is real democracy =freedom,justice ,equality and respect for human dignity!What is needed is a liberal education that teaches respect for all ,that teaches tolerance!!This is what is required to ^confront ^ storms that might hit any time!This way they might cause less damage!!

  • ghassan Karam

    Pity a nation whose Speaker is naive enough to consider an OpEd an international conspiracy. ( Even the author of the op ed in question does not have an enviable record of analysis). No wonder Lebanon is a dysfunctional country. Could we please vote these pseudo politicians out of office.

    • Hannibal

      I vote them OUT? Who’s with me? 😀

  • ghassan Karam

    Pity a nation whose Speaker is naive enough to consider an OpEd an international conspiracy. ( Even the author of the op ed in question does not have an enviable record of analysis). No wonder Lebanon is a dysfunctional country. Could we please vote these pseudo politicians out of office.

    • Hannibal

      I vote them OUT? Who’s with me? 😀

  • libnan1

    Who gives a s@@t as long as Lebanon stays united.

  • libnan1

    Who gives a s@@t as long as Lebanon stays united.

  • Patience2

    They’ve never not been torn up.

  • Patience2

    They’ve never not been torn up.

  • Daniel Moshe Johnson

    Yes, there is a plan, and the base of the plan is called Jihad….and Sharia Law constitution. The fighting is Arab states is no different than when England intervened and established a Saudi monster empire, a big mistake. Imagine the Middle East without a Saudi oil mule? There would be no self-made oil Princes, no palaces, no Bentleys and blondes, it would be the same, animals killing each other because they are the wild ones by nature.

    Esau will always be undisciplined, un civil, I mean, look at the Koran, its basically a war death cult accepted into modern democracies under multi-cultural immigration planning and development.

    Knowledge is power, and without it, you sabotage peaceful sovereigns, by allowing immigration from undisciplined regions, these immigrants bring baggage and are already indoctrinated with a cause beyond the scope of unlearned money.

    • Daniel Moshe Johnson

      What is unlearned money, well in a capitalist society, one can rise to power politically and financially with a viable plan. In Canada there are moguls in building, oil and private business. Many of the elite politicians have corporate alliances and political sway, but it does not grant them instant forsight because of financial success in real estate etc…

      Developing a building and sitting on the local city council is not the same as having experience in foreign affairs in Middle Eastern policies and goals of Sharia Law amidst national security. Unlearned money means that wealth gathered in a democracy must be engaged in the national sovereignty of the principality where the wealth was gathered, you would think.

      Sitting on it, lobbying schemes to screw the tax payer and citizens can not compete with the Muslim Brotherhood, whose organizations are not selfish with each other, whose finaces don’t discriminate when it comes to gathering resources to buy weapons and political power.

      Unlearned money does not understand that the Muslim Brotherhood will not spare any infidel once it sees a gate into Western democratic takeover.

  • Daniel Moshe Johnson

    Yes, there is a plan, and the base of the plan is called Jihad….and Sharia Law constitution. The fighting is Arab states is no different than when England intervened and established a Saudi monster empire, a big mistake. Imagine the Middle East without a Saudi oil mule? There would be no self-made oil Princes, no palaces, no Bentleys and blondes, it would be the same, animals killing each other because they are the wild ones by nature.

    Esau will always be undisciplined, un civil, I mean, look at the Koran, its basically a war death cult accepted into modern democracies under multi-cultural immigration planning and development.

    Knowledge is power, and without it, you sabotage peaceful sovereigns, by allowing immigration from undisciplined regions, these immigrants bring baggage and are already indoctrinated with a cause beyond the scope of unlearned money.

    • Daniel Moshe Johnson

      What is unlearned money, well in a capitalist society, one can rise to power politically and financially with a viable plan. In Canada there are moguls in building, oil and private business. Many of the elite politicians have corporate alliances and political sway, but it does not grant them instant forsight because of financial success in real estate etc…

      Developing a building and sitting on the local city council is not the same as having experience in foreign affairs in Middle Eastern policies and goals of Sharia Law amidst national security. Unlearned money means that wealth gathered in a democracy must be engaged in the national sovereignty of the principality where the wealth was gathered, you would think.

      Sitting on it, lobbying schemes to screw the tax payer and citizens can not compete with the Muslim Brotherhood, whose organizations are not selfish with each other, whose finaces don’t discriminate when it comes to gathering resources to buy weapons and political power.

      Unlearned money does not understand that the Muslim Brotherhood will not spare any infidel once it sees a gate into Western democratic takeover.

  • FHTEX

    Splitting apart the Arab nations has been the policy of Israel (the Yinon plan), the Bilderbergers (the Lewis plan), and the American government (“The Plan”–7 nations in five years) for decades. But, the Sunni-Shia divide in particular is wildly misunderstood. In Syria, for example, the Defense Minister, Information Minister, Foreign Minister, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, and most of the Syrian Air Force officer corps are Sunni. In most of these nations, it is really a clash of secular moderates versus Islamic fanatics (the latter sponsored by the U.S., U.K., Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar).

    • Guest

      This divide is all in the interest of Greater Iran (Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon) from the Persian Gulf to the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean Sea at all and any cost to the Arab World.

  • FHTEX

    Splitting apart the Arab nations has been the policy of Israel (the Yinon plan), the Bilderbergers (the Lewis plan), and the American government (“The Plan”–7 nations in five years) for decades. But, the Sunni-Shia divide in particular is wildly misunderstood. In Syria, for example, the Defense Minister, Information Minister, Foreign Minister, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, and most of the Syrian Air Force officer corps are Sunni. In most of these nations, it is really a clash of secular moderates versus Islamic fanatics (the latter sponsored by the U.S., U.K., Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar).

    • Guest

      This divide is all in the interest of Greater Iran (Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon) from the Persian Gulf to the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean Sea at all and any cost to the Arab World.