Tuesday, November 21, 2006
A GOOD PIECE
By Kurt Nimmo
"“There is every prospect of the ‘war on terror’ extending for 30 years or more,” declares a report released by the Oxford Research Group, an independent think tank in Britain. “What is required is a complete re-assessment of current policies but that is highly unlikely, even with the recent political upheavals.”
Both Democrats and Republicans are on schedule with the “clash of civilizations,” although they differ only slightly in style, not substance.
Of course, the removal of Saddam Hussein, a documented CIA asset (see Saddam Was key in early CIA plot, United Press International), was part of the “Clean Break” connivance, based on earlier work by the Israeli Oded Yinon (according Ze’ev Schiff, the military correspondent of Ha’aretz, the Israelis have long hankered for the “dissolution of Iraq into a Shi’ite state, a Sunni state and the separation of the Kurdish part,” a plan currently unfolding with bloody efficiency). Such violent balkanization, according to Yinon, will “guarantee … peace and security in the area in the long run” and the “dissolution of Syria and Iraq … into ethnically or religiously unique areas such as in Lebanon, is Israel’s primary target on the Eastern front in the long run, while the dissolution of the military power of those states serves as the primary short term target.”
But even after Iraq is sliced and diced into more easily manipulated chunks based on ethnicity and religion, the United States will remain ensconced in its elaborate and expensive “enduring camps,” and well past my 84th birthday. “The importance of oil in the region ‘means that it would be entirely unacceptable for the United States to consider withdrawal from Iraq, no matter how insecure the environment.’” On this point both sides of the war and property party, otherwise known as Democrats and Republicans, agree, although the oil card is an ostentatious play designed to cover other, more immediate objectives.
The Oxford Research Group, as well as Democrats, Republicans, and corporate media op-ed scribes, assiduously avoid all mention of the Israeli master plan for the Arab and Islamic Middle East, a plan shared by Israel First neocons and bankster neolibs keen to domesticate one of the last remaining areas not comfortably under the thumb of “free trade,” that is to say unopposed thievery and exploitation. In order to cover the plan, we are told “radical factions” (courtesy of the CIA-MI6-ISI-Mossad, etc.) are on the loose, dispensing terror and severed heads, and we must engage them for the next thirty odd years, although the neocons put this figure at a hundred years or more. Anything less, of course, is Chamberlainesque appeasement of “Islamofascists.”
Finally, the “recent political upheaval” of the Democrat victory in Congress plays nicely with the plan. “Anxious to chart a centrist course with Democrats’ new majority in Congress [i.e., fascist neocon, but with classic Democrat fuzziness], incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her top deputies are busily working in private and public to rein in the liberal ambitions of some senior party heavyweights,” reports the Boston Globe. One such “liberal ambition” is putting an end to the occupation of Iraq and another is investigating and prosecuting the Bush criminals."