Humanitarian issues merely rhetorical cover for regional gambit to dismantle Iranian influence.
by Tony Cartalucci
November 14, 2011 - As stated in February 2011's "The Middle East & then the World," the US-funded, armed, and backed "Arab Spring" was far from "spontaneous" or "indigenous" but rather a premeditated region-wide destabilization to solidify Wall Street-London hegemony throughout the Middle East in an effort to cut-off and isolate both Moscow and Beijing in a gambit designed to establish an uncontested, corporate-fascist "international order."
US Senator John McCain, chairmen of the International Republican Institute, an organization dedicated to fomenting extraterritorial seditious unrest and revolution throughout the world, openly said of the unrest his IRI had helped fund starting in Egypt, ravaging Libya, and now consuming Syria, "I would be a little less cocky in the Kremlin with my KGB cronies today if I were Vladimir Putin. I would be a little less secure in the seaside resort [of] President Hu and a few men who govern and decide the fate of 1.3 billion people." McCain who has openly consorted with Al Qaeda in Libya and led corporate-fascist delegations touring the now hopelessly destabilized Cairo as they prepare to reap the benefits of their foreign-funded sedition, let slip the true nature of the global gambit playing out via US-fueled color revolutions and that indeed, their final destination is in the capital cities of Moscow and Beijing.
Now the Jerusalem Post has reported that a "strike on Syria could be less costly way of weakening Tehran," revealing that power mongering, not humanitarian concerns, lie at the heart of the "West's" designs toward Syria and that the clearly foreign-funded, and now armed, sedition unfolding in Syria's border cities aims at weakening the Iranian sphere of influence, with concerns of "democracy" only rhetorical fodder scattered on the ground for anyone ignorant enough to gobble it up. The Post reported that Gabriel Ben-Dor, director of national security studies at the University of Haifa, hailed the recent decision by the Arab League to suspend Syria but stated that further action would be necessary to "back it up," revealing indeed that the League is acting as a proxy for Wall Street, London, and Israeli interests.
Ben-Dor would confirm that, "they’re hoping to dismantle the axis of Iran, Syria and Hezbollah, and to somehow weaken this entire coalition, which is a common interest of all major powers of the Arab world," revealing with absolute certainty that the last half year of corporate media reports citing the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Soros-funded Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International (page 10) have been nothing more than crass propaganda in a bid to justify what is essentially a proxy war being fought not with US troops but with US-trained youth groups in Egypt, Al Qaeda thugs in Libya, and Muslim Brotherhood militants in Syria.
The report titled "Syria urges Arab League to reconsider suspension," and written by Oren Kessler of Jerusalem Post and Reuters - in itself illustrating the incestuous, completely compromised nature of the mainstream corporate-fascist serving media- even degenerates into wailing and chest beating over humanitarian concerns, citing the now entirely discredited UN and "activists." This breathtaking display of corporate-funded agenda-driven propaganda irrefutably lays to rest the illegitimacy of the foreign-funded protests/unrest in Syria, the legitimacy of mirroring foreign-funded "activism" throughout the world, and the paid liars throughout the mainstream media.
With this confirmation in hand - it may be worth re-reading "The Middle East and Then the World," as the megalomania of Wall Street-London and its legion of treasonous helpers consume the world and edges us all closer to World War III under the guise of humanitarian concerns, "democracy," human rights, and "freedom."