Now, that the west has played it's cards ... the quesion is, what is the future of the middle east.
Countries, such as Egypt, Iraq, Lybia and now Syria. All of which were powers to recon with, but all of which were powers that did not want another
conflict with Israel. And I think that this part is important in the situation ...
GW: Bush and his family, known for Saudi ties, and also known for their Nazi ties. Bring about 9/11, accuse Bin Ladin, and help the saudis. Bring
about the end of Iraq, to turn it into another islam boil point, without any real governing force, outside of Iran. The "appearances" are, that they
are ending a regime that has military strength ... but as much as Saddam Hussein was for bolstering, he was more or less a toothless tiger.
The aftermath, a turmoil in Egypt that brings an end to Egypt that wanted peace with Israel. Jassir Arafat, opposed Israel for his Palestine ... but
in his old age, he wanted peace with Israel and accepted Israel, and got killed. Not because he was a bad guy, but most likely because he did not
believe in destroying Israel anymore.
Now, Syria ... Assad, a man who is an unlikely candidate to ever oppose Israel. And most likely to "keep the reigns on Lebanon and Palestine
The question the needs to be asked, is
What are we looking at?
A hunch is telling me, that we are looking at the west helping to "unify" the Arab world, with either Saudi Arabia or Iran as the the de-facto leader.
As much as the American leadership talks big against Iran, they're like a puppy who barks, and doesn't seem to wanna bite ... now that is unlike the
US. So, I am pretty sure that the US is actually not the enemy of Iran.
I think the US, with it's European allies ... by the way, Europe has always supported the Palestinian cause. That they are actually planning for
"Israel's" demise ... that what we are looking at, is that these leaders are being ousted because they do not have the desire to carry out any action
What is going to happen in the middle east, when the US and Western nations have their will, and the entire middle east is governed by muslim
I am thinking "the beginning to the end of Israel".
Won't a "unified" middle east, under Iran or Saudi religious hand, pose a greater threat to "Israel". Than many nations, each with their own
problems? Didn't the Soviet Union pose a greater threat to the world, than the divided Russian federates?
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