By Kurt Nimmo
"Iraqi speaker Mahmoud al-Mashhadani is on to something. “Everyone who believes statements made by [the Mujahideen Shura Council] know nothing. All the followers of this organization are fools. It is obvious that the purpose of the council is to stir up hatred between the Sunnis and the Shiites.”
The precisely timed statement was devised, with western intelligence connivance, not only to “stir up hatred between the Sunnis and the Shiites,” but break the country into three pieces based on ethnic and religious affiliation, a plan formulated in Israel, adopted by the neocons, and approved by the bankster global elite.
As the newly declared Sunni Islamic state includes Shi’ite areas of Iraq, conflict is assured to continue, as planned.
Abu Maysarah al-Iraqi—supposedly the former “media coordinator” for “al-Qaeda jihad organization in the Land of the Two Rivers,” that is to say the al-Zarqawi black op in Iraq—is a prominent figure in the Mujahideen Shura Council and for this reason the above declaration is highly suspect.
It is hardly a mistake all of this dovetails nicely with the “three state solution” proposed by the Council on Foreign Relations and others. “For decades, the United States has worshiped at the altar of a unified yet unnatural Iraqi state. Allowing all three communities within that false state to emerge at least as self-governing regions would be both difficult and dangerous. Washington would have to be very hard-headed, and hard-hearted, to engineer this breakup. But such a course is manageable, even necessary, because it would allow us to find Iraq’s future in its denied but natural past,” writes Leslie H. Gelb, CFR President Emeritus and Board Senior Fellow and, not surprisingly, a Pulitzer Prize winner, former correspondent for the New York Times, and senior official in state and defense departments.
As Oded Yinon noted in his A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties, a “division into provinces along ethnic/religious lines as in Syria during Ottoman times” is the plan. “[T]hree (or more) states will exist around the three major cities: Basra, Baghdad and Mosul, and Shi’ite areas in the south will separate from the Sunni and Kurdish north.”
In other words, the United States will maintain three massive Fort Apaches in Iraq, part of an effort to “prevent collusion and maintain security dependence among the vassals” and “keep tributaries pliant and protected,” as Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote in The Grand Chessboard.
Naturally, the Mujahideen Shura Council—read, “al-Qaeda”—declaration of an Islamic state underscores the threat of “collusion” and, as well, maintains the neocon assertion that Iraq is the frontline of the generational war against terrorism. Part of the “three state solution” is the emergence of a terrorist state requiring vigilance, well-stocked “enduring” military bases built by Cheney’s Halliburton, and never-ending “commitment,” that is to say continuous profit for the war profiteers."