Iran Egypt Others Form New Middle Eastern Union:

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posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 06:11 PM
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The NAM Troika is a current rising force in the Middle East! With the forces of Iran and Egypt combining together along with a host of 120 smaller nations like Venezuela Lebanon and Iraq it could prove to be one of the most influential bodies ever formed in the Middle East.

There is no secret that these rising third world nations both want stability and more influential power in the world. Now, as Syria's questionable civil war hangs in the balance the US has proven that it has been unsuccessful in the matter. Iran says that it is only right they intervene.

Rumors of the NWO and various alliances such as these have been around forever. It now seems, that NAM Troika will be something to keep an eye on!

Iran will form troika to Explore Syria Options




posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 06:17 PM
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Meh, we all know the 1st world will one day fight the 3rd world and 2nd world. There is no great surprise here, One group in the East and the other in the West has stabilized it's population growth the rest are out of control with religious fervor and unstable population growth. They want what we have, they can't have it the way they do things so they will TRY and take it having no other choice.

People can rag what we do all day long but the reality is the world is doomed if certain cultures go on like this unchecked WW3 will be the Haves vs the Have not's but realistically the HAVE nations HAVE because of their cultures and the Have tons Have not because of their cultures.

This means little... it's not like they can win. The methods employed immigration, culturally conversion, sneak attacks... they will do a lot of damage but they can not win. It's futile.

It gets bad enough we will cut off the food, then what?



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 06:30 PM
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Originally posted by penninja
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Meh, we all know the 1st world will one day fight the 3rd world and 2nd world. There is no great surprise here, One group in the East and the other in the West has stabilized it's population growth the rest are out of control with religious fervor and unstable population growth. They want what we have, they can't have it the way they do things so they will TRY and take it having no other choice.

People can rag what we do all day long but the reality is the world is doomed if certain cultures go on like this unchecked WW3 will be the Haves vs the Have not's but realistically the HAVE nations HAVE because of their cultures and the Have tons Have not because of their cultures.

This means little... it's not like they can win. The methods employed immigration, culturally conversion, sneak attacks... they will do a lot of damage but they can not win. It's futile.

It gets bad enough we will cut off the food, then what?



Could you be more arrogant? The West has so much because it exploits the third world. No other reason.

And since the third world is backed by China and Russia I think it would be a good idea to not underestimate them. They could nuke the US out of existance. Two major cities would be enough to force a surrender. Why do you think the West is so invincible? The West was meant to know how to run an economy werent they? They sure [SNIP]ed that up. Its not like the West hasnt had its share of military humiliations since WW2. The West is not invincible. The West is not forever. I bet the Romans thought Rome would never fall. I bet they couldnt even comprehend it when it started to happen.


"If it gets bad enough we will cut off food". Do you understand how that sounds? Yet westerners think nothing of this kind of monster like behaviour.

I can see a day when sanctions are put on the West. It will serve us right. Some of us anyway.



posted on Aug, 30 2012 @ 08:39 AM
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Nam is not confined to middle east, however countries in the middle east may look more important. I hope Iran and Egypt can do somthing suitable for Syria. Morsi the president of Egypt is from a coalition called brotherhood than is near some of oppositions in Syria. and Iran is trying to lessen pressures on Assad.
so the two countries have many things to share !
edit on 30-8-2012 by maes2 because: (no reason given)





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