posted on Nov, 22 2010 @ 07:36 PM
In thinking about a "world without Israel", most would probably say that things would just have to improve.
Maybe. Maybe not.
Taking a step back from today's mess, what if we got "yesterday's mess", updated? In other words, was there something in the past, some history
that could provide some hint at how things might be today, if Israel had never been? Sort of like the "if the South had won" kind of scenario.
The biggest thing in that region, in the not so distant past, was the Ottoman Empire. Not many know much about it I'm guessing, but it was an
"Islamic" empire, composed of a number of nations that we know today, sort of like a federation, or confederation, under the Sultan. This was
something that had been there for six centuries, having beaten Byzantium, and actually challenged the West militarily.
It may not seem important today, but things were shaping up in the 19th century that probably revived old fears that this Islamic empire could
possibly yet again, challenge the West. Increasing nationalism was sweeping the whole world, and if it was dangerous enough to simply share a
language, like German for example, how much more dangerous if a group of people also shared a religion?
Other things seemed to indicate that caution was prudent. Japan for example stunned the world, essentially going from a pre-industrial feudal society
in the 1850's, to a major world military power, in not much more than a generation. Very few know that one of the world's first attempts at an
"air force" developed in the Ottoman Empire, way back in 1909, when Western nations could barely deploy a few craft primarily for reconnaissance.
WWI comes along, the Ottoman Empire alies with the Central Powers (Germany).
A ton of history, but my point is that this empire was regarded as something that needed to be neutralized, and various methods were used to
accomplish the goal, including the "romance" with Turkey, that continues to this day, as Turks face a decision about whether they want to be
primarily "European", or would prefer to return to their more Islamic roots.
In short, there's a very big geopolitical "chess game" that's been going on for a very long time, and it forms a context for the current
At some point, TPTB decided that they needed to set up a permanent "base" smack in the middle of the region, to keep the Islamic world in division
(or, at least until bigger plans for global dominion can supersede the temp plans) . What better way to do it than to take a people who were already
well advertised in the Bible, and have them literally "volunteer" for the mission?!
Enter Zionism, and the colonization of Palestine by Jews, who by the end of WW2, already had a critical mass in the region. All they needed was some
world "sympathy", and an international body that could seemingly grant "their" wish. Obviously, this is what happened in 1948.
SO, now for the fun of it, "what if" it didn't happen this way? "What if" the Turks were not persuaded to "go Western" in the 1920's, and
instead had kept Arabic, rejecting the planned European assimilation? Further, what if the leaders had looked to Japan, and firmly decided to
modernize as they did? How "prepared" would they have been by WW2? Would they have joined Hitler against the Allies? It actually seems likely,
considering they had been allies with Germany in the First World War.
I guess we could keep going, but maybe we should just wait for the book to come out!
I think Israel exists for a strategic reason, and I think the Jews were "chosen" for this mission because they fit the bill to a T.
But I wouldn't want to give the wrong impression here. While one could look at the installment of the Israeli regime as a strategic way to balance,
and achieve "peace", I tend to think that it was exactly the opposite reason that they were chosen. Yes, there might be a sort of
"balance", but there would also be a constant IMBALANCE, as we see today. This situation can be exploited by our masters, and can turn very big and
deadly, anytime they wish.
Another way to put it: They have planted a "bomb" in the middle of the world, and it's main purpose before they decide it's time to set it off,
is to keep us all in dire fear. Our masters believe that they can achieve "order out of chaos", so all in due time, they will eventually have us
exactly the way they want us.
If we need a hint as to what might be planned, all we need to do is look in their Bible. Armageddon? Sure, why not? And afterward, they get to
rebuild the world to their liking...A Utopia for them, a Plantation for the rest of us.