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Global Research November 2006
The “New Middle East” project was introduced publicly by Washington and Tel Aviv with the expectation that Lebanon would be the pressure point for realigning the whole Middle East and thereby unleashing the forces of “constructive chaos.” This “constructive chaos” –which generates conditions of violence and warfare throughout the region– would in turn be used so that the United States, Britain, and Israel could redraw the map of the Middle East in accordance with their geo-strategic needs and objectives.
Global Research July 2006
Some in Washington and Tel Aviv, are rejoicing about the military operations taking place in the Middle East.
Following the expression of Condoleezza Rice, the pains of Lebanon would be “the birth pangs of a new Middle East”. For the theoreticians of a «constructive chaos », blood must be shed in order to bring about a new order in that region rich in hydrocarbons. Planned since a long time, the Tsahal offensive against Lebanon is supervised out of the United States Defense Department.
Egypt's Revolution February 2011
Fast on the heels of the regime change in Tunisia came a popular-based protest movement launched on January 25 against the entrenched order of Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak. Contrary to the carefully-cultivated impression that the Obama Administration is trying to retain the present regime of Mubarak, Washington in fact is orchestrating the Egyptian as well as other regional regime changes from Syria to Yemen to Jordan and well beyond in a process some refer to as “creative destruction.
The template for such covert regime change has been developed by the Pentagon, US- intelligence agencies and various think-tanks such as RAND Corporation over decades, beginning with the May 1968 destabilization of the de Gaulle presidency in France. This is the first time since the US-backed regime changes in Eastern Europe some two decades back that Washington has initiated simultaneous operations in many countries in a region.
It is a strategy born of a certain desperation and one not without significant risk for the Pentagon and for the long-term Wall Street agenda. What the outcome will be for the peoples of the region and for the world is as yet unclear.
Yet while the ultimate outcome of defiant street protests in Cairo and across Egypt and the Islamic world remains unclear, the broad outlines of a US covert strategy are already clear.
The Turkey-Cyprus Context
Henry Kissinger's statement occurs during the tense period in which Congress had embargoed aid to Turkey. Kissinger is telling Esenbel that he and President Ford disagree with the congressional action and will continue trying to change minds in the House and Senate, but notes that a congressional reversal in the near future doesn't look very hopeful. Foreign Minister Esenbel suggests that Kissinger might circumvent the embargo by helping arrange for European governments to transfer U.S. military equipment to Turkey. United States Ambassador to Turkey William Macomber, who was also at the meeting, cautions that such interference would be illegal, which sparks the scofflaw quote from Kissinger.
If all this is a construct of the West to gain control in order to obtain resources, from places that promote democracy; how is this going to work in 'their' plan?
Democracy is being spread in the Middle East, however the recurring theme is anti-Western resentment, mainly towards the USA, the UK, Germany and France.
Originally posted by PatriotGames2
reply to post by talklikeapirat
I have already posted my thoughts on this in a couple different threads, however this may be the one that resonates the most with the information I have been trying to get out there.
I totally agree with your premise. I believe the Arab Spring and the violence in the Middle East is planned chaos and is being orchestrated at the highest levels of decision-making.
In 1996, the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies, an Israeli think tank, published a paper entitled "A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm." The lead writer was Richard Perle, who became chairman of the Defense Policy Board in the US, and was extremely influential with President Bush.
Several of the authors held key positions in Washington. The paper advised Binyamin Netanyahu to make a 'complete break with the past' by adopting a strategy "based on an entirely new intellectual foundation, one that restores strategic initiative and provides the nation the room to engage every possible energy on rebuilding Zionism ..." Their first step was the removal of Saddam Hussein in Iraq. 'A war with Iraq would destabilize the entire Middle East, allowing governments in Syria, Iran, Lebanon and other countries to be replaced.'
"Israel will not only contain its foes; it will transcend them," the paper concluded.
This is what I believe we are seeing. Along with the funding of the Muslim Brotherhood and other terrorist organizations (including al-Qaeda, I have done my studying and research and they are just an arm of the CIA. Although the hatred towards the West does account for many extremists with legitimate ill-will harbored against the US, and of course Israel) they are creating discord and confusion in these Middle Eastern countries, to help realign the leadership more with the objectives of the US and Israel.
It is my belief that this soon will be coming to the US. We may soon see a terrorist event similar to 9/11.