a reply to: IngolfStern
Why is the world coming to such a state? The radical muslims are becoming a world threat and it seem to be aided by Western powers. Where is this
going? What is the long-term plan of the Western powers. And is it only the Western powers or is it a ploy by the world's non-Muslim players?
I know this is wild, but consider kicking the concept around in your mind (or kick it out) that the ETs have mandated that we stop major aggressions
(which translates as "war" but not necessarily to that degree).
The primary task is taking nuclear weapons out of the hands of those that may use such weapons. (I know, I know, the US, Russian, and other nuclear
powers in the West COULD use their arsenals, but they haven't for a good many decades. We can't grant Pakistan, for instance, or North Korea, that
measure of allowance as they stand as governments or as governments susceptible of being taken over by rogue elements.)
Radical Muslims are causing problems the world over. The major players muse to themselves, what's to do before the problem ignites in earnest within
their own countries? So they hatch a master plan: First, they will let the problem ignite itself fully in the ME until outside action will be
deemed necessary and right. If such a condition needs a little help, then provide it by coolly playing both sides of the street with arms sales and
outright give-aways and sleight of hand diplomacy.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, the Western powers, with cohorts Russia, China and India--the latter three with definite Muslin problems at home, will
unite with a unified action to contain and prevent the further Muslim disorder and expansion around the world. There will be economic booty for all,
the containment of the problem radicals will be assured and the re-education process of a radical faith will be tempered to conform to modern
In the last few days we see Iran warming up to take a side and now Russia is starting to act in Iraq. China will probably increase their initiative
in Africa. Iran wants to join in. Of course, all of this is an over-simplifications of what is involved and looks into the future a few years.
World affairs don't just happen on their own or as we are told--even as they are happening.
edit on 27-6-2014 by Aliensun because: word correction