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The cloak of deception

Welcome to a world where people choose titles and terms and all in the name of religion by deceiving the weak and over powering the poor in the name of Islam. Over the last few decades but more recently so, we have seen men in turbans, men in suits with women covered from top to toe and women in suits, calling under the banner of Islam for democracy.

So let me make some clarifications, Democracy isn’t Islamic, let us be honest with ourselves and stop pretending that it is. Democracy is a system and Islam has brought us a completely different system. Shura system is an Islamic government system. The Shura Council is the council of elite Muslim scholars that are consulted by the ruler in the matters of the State.

So if you plan on wearing the cloak of claiming to be an Islamic scholar and you call for pro-democracy uprisings, then remove it while you call for it or wear it and call it what it is and stop calling it democracy and call it Shura, but stop fooling the mild and weak in the name of religion who die not in the name of God almighty or in the name of truth but in the name of your political gain under your cloaked deception.

Ibn Khaldun Center recently released a report ” Ibn Khaldun Center’s report on Muslim Brotherhood violence, violations and terror attacks in Egypt from 30/6/2013 until 25/12/2013 the date Muslim Brotherhood organization was declared a terrorist organization by the Egyptian government.” Unfortunately there has been little coverage on this as expected however, when I read it, the question that arose is what is the difference between the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Wefaq with their umbrella opposition and their highly critical false information, yet to be retracted.

The similarities are visible in the way the international mass media and NGO’s covered only one side of the story and might I add the Muslim Brothers, foreign press and human rights organizations fabricated stories about the Brotherhood victims which resulted from the disengagement of the armed sits-in. Ibn Khaldun Center also exposed the forged photos that MB and Aljazeera Channel of Qatar used to convince the world opinion that the disengagement was a massacre, using images of victims from Syria, Libya and south Africa. It also exposed Muslim Brotherhood faked interviews through Aljazeera, using women and children to address false stories to the world. Sounds familiar?

Al Wefaq, like the Muslim Brotherhood was the source and still is the source that markets the misleading and dramatic images worldwide, to date with no media retraction or expansion. They have cried victim where they were the perpetrators. (Read more about Al Wefaq misleading the public here ) .

To those who take time to read, we are living in very crucial times, many of the decisions that we make today will have profound influence on our families and the world we are living in. So we need to ask ourselves, before we take any decision, where are we headed and what are we pursuing and are those correct decisions and what are they based on.

This article is directed at Muslims. Why? Because everywhere you look today Islam is used as a front for an underlying deception and the whole Muslim community is affected by the actions of a few. Due to those actions Islam becomes distorted and Muslims become persecuted both physically and psychologically as the images sent around the world show a distorted image of what Islam and Muslims represent. The titles carried by a few as well as their misconduct reflect upon all of us. For example Al Wefaq National Islamic Society, a subject I have written about before with their birth and their origins and when their selfish gains becomes a revolution.

Previously I did not touch on the brotherhood, however as I felt the need to understand and research the organization Shaykh Muhammad Aamaan Al-Jaamee  clarified my questions as did other Islamic Scholars before I commented and before I base an opinion of which many may not be too pleased with, but it is an opinion that I stand with following researching which has bought me to this conclusion.

First, as Muslims, we must look at events not only on the surface but we must have the ability to look at what lies beneath and within. In short, start reading between the lines. The best way to do that is to return to our source and to the revelation that was sent as a mercy to mankind by Allah Suphan wa ta’ala through the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

As Muslims we should understand that there is nothing worthy of worship but Allah, the creator of the heavens and the earth and that we were not put on this earth to worship men and it is our duty to search for the truth. We are in the process of being gradually severed at the roots and it is visible to the extent of the differences amongst us and the divisions that are present in our society today.  Who created the divide and rule foreign policy? Ask yourselves, who is the beneficiary of divisions amongst us?

There is a global culture being forced down our throats and what we need to comprehend is that Islam stands up to that global culture, however with the deep divisions we are so embedded in fighting one another that we lose sight of the real enemy. Unfortunately there are sources that are being used to engage the Muslim world with this global culture, this “new worlds” order and in order to do that they use their stooges around the world to promote democracy that they have yet to apply back home.

Previously I covered how the “Canvas” was clear in Bahrain and a click a way it becomes more clear around the world from Egypt  to Ukraine. There is a deceptive cloak that is being worn to fool nation upon nation into a new global culture, one world, one economy, pluralism. Beware of those who speak of fraternity, equality and liberty and think and search for the truth before we are stripped of our identity. Men of cloaks, remove your cloaks and put on your swim wear and comprehend when you call for a democracy that you understand the term according to RAND “A commitment to democracy as understood in the liberal western tradition”.

What is the difference between Al Wefaq, National Islamic Society and the Muslim Brotherhood when they call for democracy? What is the difference when they call people to prayer and yet want to adopt western ideals and western man-made laws? “For the people, by the people”- Where does it state in the Quran for the people, by the people?

Today we are facing the biggest battle and a trial and test of our strengths and weaknesses. Media, what do we do? We are fighting an old war with new technology. While the rest of the Arab and Islamic world has fallen prey to war and civil strife, the Arabian Gulf has managed to remain steady despite the constant bombardment of the western controlled media and old as well as newly propped up NGO’s constantly applying pressure via lobbying and articles without providing the full case or the complete picture.

By now we should comprehend that NGO’s are missionaries of empire . It has been written time and time again. They have been and are currently being used as tools of western foreign policy which is promoting ideologies that distort the Muslim world dividing us into camps.

The Political system of the world has failed, socialism has failed, and capitalism is failing, so now we come to this global culture, this “New World” and with them they bring globalism, and like all the other “isms” will fail too, but we must not sit on the sidelines waiting, we must do our part and reject their Bidah (innovation) not pretend to accept it for selfish conclusions.

Western powers are involved in a war that is both a battle of ideas and a battle of arms. While they would like us to believe that it is a war in which, ultimate victory will be achieved only when extremist ideologies are discredited in the eyes of their host populations and passive supporters, there is one point they failed to refer to. The most passive supporters of extreme ideologists are the western nations who have facilitated them, and upon failure, granted amnesty to them.

To the Arab and Islamic world, Allah Suphan wa ta’ala said (O mankind! We have created you from a single male and female, and We made you into different nations and tribes that you may come to know one another. Verily, the most honorable of you to Allah is that (believer) who has the most taqwaa3 (the most pious). Verily, Allah is All-Knowing, All-Aware.) [49:13]

Get away from the diseases of nationalism, tribalism, different ethnicities, different languages that may lead to differences among us where in reality they should be a reason of our strength and share and spread knowledge which is the greatest power that diffuses disunity.

Suggested reading Ibn Katheer’s – Book of The End – Great Trials and Tribulations

 

At best you will Nod, Agree and Discard

How Ironic that the first people to speak up about human rights in the Middle East are based in countries around the world that make up for more innocent human deaths due to their wars, in the interest of their livelihood, their “national security”, their corporation greed and their imperialistic governments that govern the world by threats. The world is their playground and they are not only bullying their way into the world resources by any means but also into cultures, traditions and religions imposing their own concept of what should or should not be practiced.

Their decades of ongoing masquerade in the name of democracy promotion in the Arab world and although they deny their involvement let me put it into perspective in the words of Hillary Clinton.

“I think it’s important to recognize that back when the streets of Arab cities were quiet, the National Democratic Institute was already on the ground, building relationships, supporting the voices that would turn a long Arab winter into a new Arab Spring.”

In my own opinion I think it’s important to recognize that those streets would have remained an Arab spring and not what is now an Arab winter if it hadn’t been for the NDI and their involvement. Now if it still hasn’t registered they also want to reinvent Islam in order to avoid a “clash of civilizations” they claim. If that doesn’t have your temperature rising then you’re on the wrong side of history and you have probably forgotten your final destination and at this point you may have even lost your soul.

In more words other than Hillary Clinton and after a thorough research conducted by the Stanley Foundation  the following was also deciphered;

“No country in the world has benefited more from the worldwide advance of democracy than the United States. Not all autocracies are or have been enemies of the United States, but every American enemy has been an autocracy” Does that make any sense yet?

When they aren’t travelling around whispering on the ground churning “Arab winters” into “Arab springs” they are supporting (basically funding any form of selfish greedy individuals they call opposition for their constructive chaos) voices that remain insistent on trying to explain democracy through their various “channels” on their social corporate owned media.

Here is a message they need to understand and know and that is that we all know what democracy is, democracy has been with us for hundreds of years now, not with them unfortunately as their form of democracy that they are trying to impose is far from the sense of the word and what really exists is a representative democracy.

They have yet to comprehend Arabia, Arab tribal affairs and consensus among the people who are part of tribes which is a far greater democratic affair then they will ever know or really understand.

In fact Arabia was at its peak and as an example when Islam was introduced and practiced, slavery was abolished, justice was at its glory and people had the freedom to practice their religion and follow their beliefs. Now don’t go and pull me a verse or a line in a Surah to prove me wrong, read the whole Quran and the hadiths before you claim to understand Islam or God almighty’s given laws.

Remember the dark ages in Europe? Islam bought about the renaissance (rebirth) of Europe, yet still we encounter the ignorant masses who believe we are misinformed Bedouins sitting in a camel in the middle of an oasis similar to the times of Lawrence of Arabia which is constantly quoted in western media, so I will explain again that we know democracy is and the “by the people and for the people” and that we don’t want your form of democratic facade which is imposed without consulting or consensus by picking and choosing while funding who will fulfill western forceful man-made laws and concepts in order to rule by the gun.

Look deep into the United States foreign policy which is well known where they either murder people they disagree with in order to mute them or  “murder” their personality via their mass media campaigns spoiling their image. Yemen is a very good example where they rule the sea and the sky and drone accidentally innocent villagers they disagree with.

For the “activists” who market their “modern world” and look at us as if we live in the dark ages, remember the cavemen? Remember what you once called naked savages. Have you looked in your own back yard? What is the difference? Is it that your material is manmade whereas theirs is natural?

While the west quotes Lawrence of Arabia, let me remind them of Evelyn Waugh ; “You can’t ever tell what’s going to hurt people” and “beneath the veneer of civilization”.

The world is transparent today and the pretense to care in the name of humanity makes one wonder why the concerned who advocate for peace have yet to turn around and start condemnation via the masses on their weapon manufacturers, their chemical warfare thriving industries and put a halt to their oil hungry establishments as well as individuals. In the name of humanity if they would stop the source there wouldn’t be any man made human suffering around the world.

As an example and ever since their independence on the 4th of July 1776 America has brutally invaded close to 70 countries and they are still working on more. Each and every country has its own horrific story of the devastation at the cost innocent civilians.

In 1945 after World War II the United Nations was apparently formed to replace the League of Nations in order to stop wars between countries, and to provide a platform for dialogue. How much dialogue have we actually seen? And how many wars have actually been driven by them?

The “Security” council followed shortly with its first session held on the 17th of January 1946 at Church House, Westminster in London. The security is in the name of their security, their interests, not the interests of the rest of the world.

Despite the formation of the UN and the platform for dialogue, American imperialism has made a major contribution to more than one billion global avoidable deaths in the period 1950-2005. Britain, America’s oldest ally has invaded nearly 90% of the world and has also been an active partner contributing towards “humanity”. As for the French

To the Arab world again, have you looked at the members of the Security Council? First, over 70 United Nations Member States have never been Members of the Security Council. Why?

A State which is a Member of the United Nations but not of the Security Council may participate, without a vote, in its discussions when the Council considers that that country’s interests are affected. Both Members and non-members of the United Nations, if they are parties to a dispute being considered by the Council, may be invited to take part, without a vote, in the Council’s discussions; the Council sets the conditions for participation by a non-member State.

It is clear who runs the world and who the major decision makers are. Like a “Handful of Dust” a “handful of countries”. A few who assume they define our fate. I’m not saying that we should get on board, I am merely stating facts. How sweet and democratic that the same countries are exporting and imposing their facade at the cost of our people.

According to their mandate the UN Charter established six main organs of the United Nations, including the Security Council. It gives primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security to the Security Council, which may meet whenever peace is threatened. What are they really talking about? World peace or just when their peace is threatened?

As they claim primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security here comes a question. What have they done to maintain this peace and security? In fact they have been busy doing quite the opposite by trying to impose their democratic facade via their paid activists  around the world and in the process look at the Arab world today.

Maps from Martin Weiss – Weiss research

 

What about the rest of humanity? Where is the peace and stability and security they claim to be working for, they claim to care for? Look around the Arab and Muslim world today, are we enjoying security and peace? All I can see are graves and tombstones and all I can see is more and more in our soil while they bask on our blood.

Again in the words of a friend who once shared a very important opinion;

“Every Wall Starts With A Single Brick”

We are the world today. To be part of it on this day, at this point in history is both cumbersome and sobering. While we face the days ahead, I can’t help but feel the crushing weight of a doomed future. We’ve watched one war ignite the next for God knows what new paper crusade.

We have allowed corruption to become the new normal and have been driven to the brink of economic famine by all who worship the “almighty dollar”. There is no room in the world for intricate conspiracy. Man seeks power to place himself above all others, therein creating a system that rewards greed. Power always paves the way for abuse and this has become commonplace within us and around us. It’s the simple truth. It’s the catalyst that drives our weak, immoral need to take and take and take, no matter how much misery or indignity we may cause to others.

As humans, we rightfully seek the means to insure the preservation of our species, our communities, our families, our selves. The survival of one is contingent on the survival of the collective. The Arab collective, once splintered by tribe, clan, or territory, was united and fortified with the arrival of Islam, if only for a short time.

From that moment until this very day, we have been fighting for our very right to exist among those who would call themselves our betters. Our history is riddled with invasions from every pillager under the sun.

If it wasn’t the Crusaders murdering and raping in the name of Christianity, it was The Persians in the name of their Nazi-pagan gods. Needless to mention the Mongols who burned down our cities, filling the Euphrates with our books and our blood, the Romans who enslaved and crucified us …… To this very day, the name is all that changes, so to whom does the blame fall?

Us, Every one of us every human that walks this earth that God created as a paradise that we destroy each second of each day.

We have allowed borders chalked by foreign hands to ferment in our minds, to the point that we’ve alienated each other on an individual level and reaffirm this by establishing stereotypes to cast our differences in stone.

There are 21 Arab nations. 18 of these nations are free and of one true faith. That’s 18 leaderships for one people. Yet none of them are wise enough nor brave enough to make the greater sacrifice. Egocentrism trickles down the hierarchies of our societies, each clinging to what power we can muster. We’ve lost sight of the big picture.

To those of you who think your caste and station has been epitomized, I simply ask this: Who is it that reveres you? Who reckons you as formidable?

Is it the Iranians? … The Iranians have been bastardizing our faith for almost 1,400 years, our faith to which we attribute the only identity we have. We make the mistake of saying that they are plotting to destroy us. They aren’t plotting anymore, brothers and sisters, they are executing. In Iraq our people are being humiliated tortured and killed, our women are being raped while cultists cleanse the streets, violating our mosques, spit on our holy books, and strip us of any ownership or right. The Arab world falls deaf and blind as we forget our faith. The best we can do is bicker amongst ourselves. Our brothers and sisters in Syria have been more recently acquainted to the same fate, by the same hands and once again, the most we offer them is verbal condemnation and displays of political bravado.

Iran’s proxy fired three rockets inside Kuwait’s maritime border; again we display our spineless impotence. It’s only a matter of time before the next victim is claimed. No it’s not the Iranian Regime completely, but they are the pushing force meddling with their citizens dispatched worldwide claiming nationality from the US and the west in general.

So why is the American Government assisting them? While they call themselves our allies and friends, their actions contradict them. The United States is a logical beast. Not driven by a thousand year old grudge but a consistent and in-discriminant policy to keep anyone they have something to gain from too weak to revolt. So they assist Iran with their agenda, little do they know that once they crush the Arab’s they will be too weak to crush the Iran regime. Wake up.

Meanwhile they support the Israeli’s who stripped the Palestinians of their lands, induce anti-Muslim propaganda in their news and media yet fail to report on Welayat Al Faqih because most of the propaganda machine is controlled by them, indoctrinate the Arab world with their redefinition of freedom, resulting in those of us who sever their connections to their Arab-Islamic heritage, regurgitating the rhetoric and narratives of the Zionist movement, While the US echoes their will through the so-called international community (the UN), which has been under the control and in the service of the US government since the end of the Cold War.

Finally they dupe us into debt, allowing them to seize our resources. I have no reason to disbelieve that the Americans are behind the unrest that plagued us these past few months and yes Iran is pushing them all the way or should I say, they are hand in hand.

Egypt and Libya, for example may have had corrupt leaders, but the people who will form the new leaderships will be nothing more than puppets. A time will come where the people of those nations will realize they are still forsaken. The only way I see to lift us from this state of attrition and indignation are by achieving the following steps:

STRENGTH THROUGH UNITY, UNITY THROUGH FAITH

The Arab Spring has taught me something. We aren’t free. We do have dictators oppressing us, but not within our borders. We’re the descendants of colonial imprisonment and the inheritors of neo colonial slavery and bullying. We need the will and the wisdom to unite and the initiative has to be taken by our leaders to deliver us into a new era as a superpower under one leadership who’s sovereignty is respected and who’s strength deters our enemies.

There is a reason why the US, China and Russia don’t meddle in each other’s affairs. Yes there are Muslims around the world who are not Arab and some who are stronger allies than any who would call themselves as such, but the Quran came down to our Prophet (pbuh) in Arabic and we need to serve as an example for our fellow brothers and sisters.

OUR BLOOD, OUR SWEAT, OUR SALVATION

We need to reduce foreign imports as much as possible and depend on ourselves to build everything we need. Not only do we collectively have the resources to build our nation from scratch, but pioneering these home grown industries ourselves will offer a new factor to combat the job crisis in the Middle East. And that’s occupational diversity.

By pioneering our technology industries, our defense industries, agriculture, aquaculture, sustainable energy, automobiles, airplanes and so on, we determine our future. Pursuit of education is paramount, and maximizing the quality of our education in every conceivable field is equally important.

There are fields we will need to establish by learning outside, but there will be things some outsiders won’t teach us, which we can learn through more willing affiliates, especially in the defense industry (I’m talking about everything from bullets and guns to Spy satellites and ICBMs) .

We are more than 250 million strong. 

We can fund the research centers, find or create the talent, build the factories and compete significantly for global superiority. Our leadership should start by creating targeted education programs to fill the gaps it needs.

We have the people, we have the resources, we have the money, we just need the vision, determination and a little hard work to see it through.

As Arabs we have a problem, we always boast our culture and moral values, however when it is comes to resolving our disputes with one another, we always use bullets, fire, stones and violence.

Isn’t it time for a change to resolve our differences with dialogue? It does not harm to shout, raise your voice, scream at one another and it’s much easier and cheaper than fighting.

A person places their hand over their mouth for fifty years and suddenly removes it, what is expected of them? They will explode saying things that you will never expect, but it’s alot better than fighting one another to our death, while the world pokes and watches us destroy the very Arab brotherly and sisterly ties we had once held together. While the world watches us destroy and promote our very own destruction. One by one.

SI VIS PACEM….

Behind every strong nation is a great army. We need to build a stronger deployable force to encounter any foreign threats together. By achieving the goal above, we can properly equip them. We can also benefit from each other’s former conflicts, study them and draw up new strategies. Why pay an outsider money to protect your borders? Especially if that outsider may fail to answer your call. Don’t leave yourself open to weakness. Render your foreign military agreements unnecessary.

CITIZEN SOLDIERS

All of our men should learn the art of war. We need to form dormant militias and train our people in asymmetrical warfare if ever there is a time of need. Since sleeper cells already reside within our weakened nation states, this will be the best defense against them.

A nation of warriors will make any foreign or domestic threat think twice. Learn from Iraq.

LIBERATION, TRUE AND FINAL

The extremists that follow “Welayat Al Faqih” have been planning for years as the west has been strengthening them. Isn’t it time we have a plan of our own? We can reduce this to 10 or 20 years with hard labor. We should be ready to liberate the Arabs by now. Should the Iranians and the West declare war, we will be ready to purge this world of their evil once and for all, although if the steps above are achieved, they will unveil their cowardice and fall back. While they regroup and draw new plans so shall we.

Even as I began writing this, I can see your resistant, defeatist expressions going through my mind. I can hear your comments of dismissal and belittlement as you discuss this with your peers or think to yourself, as if you were scolding me for even voicing this article.

I can feel your hesitance and disbelief. You will call me a pessimist, an optimist or a dreamer. At best you will nod, agree and discard. I have no delusions. I too don’t believe the words on this page will change a thing. We will be assimilated with the rest of the world, walking as remnants of our former selves, our identity dying a slow death as the Tartars and the Berbers before us.

If we fall tomorrow, then mark my words: we are the architects. It doesn’t surprise me when evil men do evil things, but when good men fail to act, I’m at a loss for words.

There’s nothing left to say except that I can never lose faith in Allah…….. but I have lost all my faith in you.

Prove me wrong, if it’s not too late.

 

Wherever the Western system of democracy has been absorbed, society has been dismantled

 

I read the Saban Centre Brookings report “The New Sectarianism  The Arab Uprisings and the Rebirth of the Shi‘a-Sunni Divide.” One of the only parts that they probably got right was the praise and thanks to their “intellectually” copied input. There is nothing new and this is no rebirth, and in my opinion this has nothing to do with the real sense of religion, it has more to do with individuals using religion to establish their purpose. In modern day, religion is being used as a weapon of war in order for individual selfish gains. For centuries people have used religion just to gain or maintain power.

Another point they got right is the “Sunni awakening”. What they failed to understand however is that the awakening which has been long over due is because of their interference, perseverance, preparation  and plot which has beneficially prepared us for the days to come. Nothing was intellectual about it the report and nothing they wrote was actually new. You only have to read who the input was provided by and the sources used to actually understand where it was all coming from. Before I go on I want to reiterate what Islam really teaches us and which many fail to comprehend and many ignore.

“Whoever kills a single soul for other than a soul (killed) or for corruption in the earth , it is as he killed all humanity together, and whoever saved the life of a single soul, it is though he has saved the life of all humanity together“ Quran Surah al-Ma’lda Ayah 32

Many people do not realize that the divide between Sunni and Shia was initiated by a political disagreement over who would succeed the Prophet Muhammad(pbuh) as the leader of the new Muslim community. It was not a fundamental rift in religious ideology. Those who were later to be called the Sunnis believed that he did not designate a successor and left it to the community to decide; while those who would later be called the Shia believed that Ali(a.s), the cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet(pbuh), was chosen by the Prophet(pbuh) to succeed him (although there is no proof that the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) designated a successor). Early on, though, there weren’t any doctrinal differences. Over time, this split developed and eventually there arose some points of religious disagreement and individuals started to indoctrinate there own man mad versions like Vilayat-e-Faqih for their own political gains.

The writer in the Saban Centre Brooking’s report states that the “Shi‘a in Bahrain have made an effort to convince the world that they do not want to be aligned with Iran. However, attitudes there are beginning to change as more radical Bahraini Shi‘a turn to Iran or its proxies for help.” But then a picture says it all and it has always been that way. ( read more here)

Picture : Qassim Al Hashimi( IFLB/ AL WEFAQ)

The results they wish to ascertain in my opinion, is their New Middle East divided map according to only to their geopolitical needs and interests and by emphasizing on Religious divisions they can achieve that. It is a common fact that from the onset of the uprisings in 2011, the mass media was heavily reporting the term “Sunni, Shia, Shia majority, Sunni minority” without even a consensus. How fitting with the new re-designed map.

Bahrain is one of their gatewaysIt seems the United States, their partners and their research dupe us into debt, allowing them to seize our resources - while they bomb, loot and shoot everyday- think and pink tanks were definitely rushed to meet a deadline that only they would agree upon to implement what some imbociles would still churn and turn as a “conspiracy” despite the fact that everything is out there as plain as day.

It makes one wonder how much grant money was spent to reproduce the copy pasted written report which perhaps could have fed thousands of children living below the poverty line around the world. In fact it could have perhaps have funded homes and houses for poor Bahrainis they so often like to whine about and let’s not forget the homeless millions that lay on the street of the “democratic” United States. The amount of money spent on promoting democracies and uprisings could have been used to line the streets of the world with gold. Wouldn’t it have been far easier to feed the world then destroy?

If only they would spend that money on people, on needs and at least instead of war mongering and hatred on good deeds. The simple chaotic forthcoming disaster could easily have been avoided if they just went to the center of the village.

There is nothing new about the 73 pages they concocted and as for the” tough deadline” that will be used as an excuse if anyone decides to question it. The United States main concern, “to protect and advance its geopolitical and economic interests”. It’s not about the people, never has been about people so wake up, it’s about protecting their own interests and I have said this so many times that I sound like a played back broken tape recorder.

The new claim is that “it is domestic politics that now drives foreign policy—not the other way around.” They claim that “it is local figures who instigated the uprisings and who are likely to play significant roles in the future”. What they so “cleverly” fail to “intellectually” input is who trained the “domestic political entities”, who nurtured and raised them and who is supporting them in the front line quite visibly.

The writer pens, “As a result of this shift in the power dynamics in Arab states, the United States must now also take religion into account in policy formation. Many local actors who are influencing events are either sheikhs, clerics, or pious Muslims who believe Islam should play a central role in their lives.”

Reading that I pondered and remembered a Nieman Harvard report.“In discussions with younger protestors, some of whom showed me how they built Molotov cocktails, it became clear many of them had a different idea of democracy. Changing the family law, so that Shia women could get a divorce? The answer was, “Only if Ayatollah Isa Qassim says so!” Would they stop the violence so that the new dialogue would have a chance? Again the answer, “If Ayatollah Isa Qassim says so.”

I wonder what kind of “policy formation” would be in the United States benefit?An obvious observation would be that this policy is being encouraged to lean towards dealing with  Shia clerics that can control the streets (when they want) and can take decisions without consulting anyone.  Why deal with the masses when they can deal with one to achieve their goals. However the United States needs to understand following the results in Iraq that this is a path of destruction and not construction.

Over the last several decades, the United States government has claimed to have significantly changed its policies toward the Middle East, now a Saban Centre Brookings report  addresses that religion should be taken into account in policy formation? It has always been in the name of Religion.  If it wasn’t the Crusaders murdering and raping in the name of Christianity, it was the Persians in the name of their Nazi-pagan gods. Needless to mention the Mongols who burned down our cities, filling the Euphrates with our books and our blood, the Romans who enslaved and crucified us …… to this very day, the name is all that changes.

The Iranians have been bastardizing our faith for almost 1,400 years, our faith to which we attribute the only identity we have. We make the mistake of saying that they are plotting to destroy us. They aren’t plotting anymore and with the help of our “allies” and the already signed their treaties with “Rum”, they are executing.

It’s all about the U.S. insisting on imposing its hegemony on the Arab world and they will create anything in order to do that. Under the guise of spreading “freedom”(that the simple uneducated “only if Ayatollah Isa Qassim Says so” person swallows), they have actually increased chaos and insecurity throughout the Middle East.

What they have forgotten in the process, (and they like to turn a blind eye to)  is while their quest and crusade for hegemony, Iran is rapidly expanding its influence across the Middle East by force, intimidation and persuasion. Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates told Bloomberg.com that Iran “ didn’t create the Arab Spring or start it, but they are clearly trying to exploit it wherever they can,” even in Iraq and Afghanistan.  (Read more on Paving the way for Iran hegemony).

What they have also achieved and admitted in their Saban Brookings 73 page report is the obvious aim that “As Arab societies become more politically active and aware at home in the aftermath of the uprisings, fighting Israel is less of a priority, especially because there are so many domestic crises.” Why am I not surprised….

But we do know who fueled the fires and created the Arab Spring. What a plot in action. What a partnership. The Arab region is a major Western political engineering projectFollowing the end of the bipolar world order, and riding on the tide of the Third Democratization wave, a broad coalition of Western actors, national, international and non-governmental, engaged in promoting liberal democracy in the Arab region.

Although US democracy promotion in the early 1990s did not prioritize that region, in 1995 the instructed failing EU launched its Barcelona Process, which aimed at creating a ‘ring of friendly countries’ in the southern Mediterranean neighborhood by stick and carrot measures involving, for example, conditions for cooperation based on assessments of the Arab countries’ performance in the fields of human rights and democracy. Their partners mainly Iranian regime sympathizers and Hezbollah  supporters read more here- Partnerskab for dialog og reform regionalt medieprogram.

Hillary Clinton’s speech at the NDI in 2011 clarified the situation on the force behind the fire with “I think it is important to recognize that back when the streets of Arab cities were quiet, the National Democratic Institute was already on the ground, building relationships, supporting the voices that would turn a long Arab winter into a new Arab Spring

It’s no secret that the “Arab Spring” was premeditated and engineered by the West and their partners around the world, for selfish gains in the Middle East, there are many hands all battled to destroy and control.  And as of Iran, they walk hand in hand. Iran and Hezbollah’s media had set the stage long before the state of national safety and had been relaying protest areas and rally venues well in advance via their outlets. I remember switching on to Al Alam TV on a Monday where the reporter would inform the public of a gathering that would occur on a Thursday with the timing and the location.

Media as much as non-governmental organizations have been the tools of foreign policy, however what many don’t seem to realize or adhere is that the people representing the NGO’s are Hezbollah and Iran regime sympathizers and supporters.  Don’t take my word, go and look up the NGO’s and look at the General Secretary names or board members and you will find same names pop up with their own bias one sided political not really human rights agenda, they are like a political under the guise of human rights mafia. Instead of using purely military force, the US has now moved to using NGOs as tools in its foreign policy implementation. 

Over the last several decades, the United States government has claimed to have significantly changed its policies toward the Middle East. Fact of the matter is there has always been chaos in some shape or form, there has to be, how else does the west survive? However this is by far was the worst with uprisings in modern times with revolutions affecting every corner of mainly only the Arab world. I repeat that in 2006 the center for democracy was established in Lebanon. Ralph Peters in the Armed Forces Journal wrote “How a better Middle East would look. Read more The Arab Agenda.

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, which we can see occurring- 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 selfish self interest needs and objectives and Iran “accidentally” (like what happened in Iraq)will be one of the beneficiaries along the way.

Secretary Condoleezza Rice stated during a press conference that what we’re seeing here [in regards to the destruction of Lebanon and the Israeli attacks on Lebanon], in a sense, is the growing (the ‘birth pangs’) of a ‘New Middle East’ and whatever we do we [meaning the United States] have to be certain that we’re pushing forward to the New Middle East and not going back to the old one”.

“We’re not going back to the old one”, if those words don’t strike you, then I’m not sure what does. And while it is documented there are those that will claim it to be a conspiracy theory.  The words Rice had uttered in 2006 had actually been written in 1996 in a document entitled “A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm”.

The first casualty in their despicable disastrous catastrophic agenda is to undermine the Arab and Islamic world as their mass bias propaganda portrays one side as good and demonizing the other as “evil.” They have used every level from a critical Big Lie to their second layers where  they don’t care if it’s the truth as long as it’s plausible. Their third strategy, they withhold the other side’s point of view. This is a fact that I can personally prove as I addressed Human Rights Watch, Frontline defenders, Freedom House, Amnesty International  as well as the international media like CNN, BBC, AlJazeera, NBC, Standard News and more with  highly false critical information with the only response from one reporter as “food for thought”. The rest didn’t respond at all.

Since the Arab Spring began we have watched the demonisation of leaders and anyone that supports them. It is as if we are no longer allowed to have a freedom of our own opinion and if we do we are ridiculed and mocked to the mass media like sheep fed to the paid pack of hungry wolves,  as they design alleged false flag atrocities as factual stories to whip up and strengthen emotional reactions in order to deceive and gain public opinion.

The report mouth pieces Al Wefaq rhetoric “For example, dialogue could begin with government proposals to implement some of the BICI recommendations which specifically address the sectarian divide: the integration of personnel from all communities in Bahrain into the security forces; the establishment of a more professional media with professional standards and an end to the hate speech in the state-run media; and the development of a reconciliation program to address the political, social, and economic inequities that affect all Bahrainis, no matter their religious identities” 

Had the writer researched a little they would have understood that this is false and there are all sects in security present. The establishment of a more professional media I have to agree is a must and following the international mass media bias I looked at the way Bahrain handled the media as a reaction to an action. For real permanent changes in the way state-run media is run, there will have to be an understanding or agreement with the international media who have to also get involved and establish a non bias role. Following the events and for nonoccurrence, everyone has the right to be heard and the ignorance to one side while amplifying the other does not remedy the issue.

Reconciliation plans will be very difficult to harvest with the constant past in the picture with many bloggers on social media reawakening and referring to century old no longer disputed history. Economically there has to be changes made with new schemes in place to establish a local work force. Many countries around the world have established youth training schemes, awards, re-education programs and the governments usually bare the costs and also provide the students with a small income while they study. As a Human Resource consultant I have noticed that in Bahrain a lot of money is spent on administration and nothing much goes into application.  Bahrainis should be given priority for jobs and housing. Bahrain doesn’t need to fall into a new trap. Foreigners are being hired into certain positions that Bahrainis are more than qualified and willing to do.

The writer states and note Al Wefaq constantly iterates the same view   In addition, the United States should insist that the Bahraini government lead this dialogue and not leave it up to al Wefaq and the National Unity Gathering to conduct the dialogue without the government’s strong hand. Government participation should include other figures in addition to the crown prince, who had planned to be the key government representative in 2011, to show that there is broad support across rival factions within the state.” 

The United States have done enough and it would be advisable that they no longer advise what they assisted to predetermine. Chaos and instability has solved nothing and neither does it prosper the collective but only a few greedy selfish individuals.

Opposing political parties should first solve their differences without external interference or reference and establish an agreement between themselves on points they wish to conclude on and raise, however, this will be difficult to address with the constant violent protests that erupt daily. This should be harshly questioned and raised as to why the political organisations involved in any form of dialogue that claim to look for peaceful outcomes sit in silence as if condoning the actions and that itself must be more than just frowned upon.

It’s time for serious prevention and punishment for any acts of terrorism. Terrorism has never solved any dispute and as global history proves fuels many more dangerous fires. Its time to break off and investigate any organisational or individual funding for these groups and backers. Laws should be in place to prosecute any act of terrorism condoning or anyone funding. Terrorism is not civil disobedience, it is simply terrorism.

Transparency is essential to every society. Dialogue and negotiation that involves the whole population should not be held behind closed doors. Question and answer sessions should be available to those who are not invited to participate and questions should be answered whether you agree or disagree with their stance. The whole community was harmed by the uprising and should be entitled to understand what is being discussed and be able to dispute. Not everyone has someone representing them in the dialogue and to avoid future misunderstanding and repetitive disputes this is essential.

The majlis,an important Arab tradition, should be reinstated for citizens to air their concerns. It worked in the past, it can work again. NATO nations have been working in different fronts, one is the destruction of traditional society so that people can be absorbed into the Global society which has become or is now known as the “modern Western civilization”. Their other front is to control resources around the world which they use to blackmail other nations. The third is to use military power to advance the monetary agenda in order to create one currency. 

To preserve what little we have left, tribal relations should remain intact keeping the common bond on elementary loyalty to the tribe and obedience to the chief of the tribes. Modern political democracy will destroy the tribal bonds (which is what Al Wefaq and the West would like to implement) and its system in elections which is what they want to implement is where the individual becomes the unit of the state which presides over the destruction of the social bonds of cohesion. Wherever the Western system of democracy has been absorbed, society has been dismantled.

Is that what you want…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

United States Propaganda to Control Nations by Producing a Facade

“No country in the world has benefited more from the worldwide advance of democracy than the United States. Not all autocracies are or have been enemies of the United States, but every American enemy has been an autocracy. Because of geography and US military power, most autocracies over the last 200 years have lacked the capacity to attack US territory.” Francis Fukuyama and Michael McFaul

History repeats itself time and time again. A propaganda termed democracy to control nations by producing a facade, to implement their own agenda. First they claimed weapons of mass destruction.

Having failed to discover weapons of mass destruction, Washington shifted its propaganda to “establishing democracy.” That flatly refutes their earlier claim that the “only question” was whether Saddam would disarm. But with a sufficiently obedient intellectual class, and loyal media, the farce can proceed untroubled. To evaluate the new propaganda claim, a rational person would ask how those who know proclaim their “yearning for democracy” have in fact acted, and act today, when their interests are at stake.

This 72-minute film shows the evolution of the United States government’s case for military action against Saddam Hussein’s regime, leading to the Iraq War which began in 2003 by argonium79.

The results? After four years the American invasion and occupation of Iraq resulted in more than 100,000 civilian and military deaths. Millions of Iraqis were displaced from their homes with approximately 2,000,000 fleeing the country. In addition untold numbers have been physically and mentally wounded. Last but not least America’s war in Iraq handed victory to Iran on a plate.

Ahmed Chalabi, the man who had lied to persuade the United States to topple Saddam Hussein, claimed to take up the cause of “freedom fighters” around the Arab world. Ironic the term freedom fighters for a man who quells freedom from within Iraq, a land he initially claimed to want to free.

Kelly McEvers wrote, “That hand is coming from Chalabi, and it’s not just the Bahrainis he’s helping. Chalabi’s group is talking to Egyptians who want to purge their ranks of officials once loyal to ousted leader Hosni Mubarak — just as Chalabi has done with those once loyal to Saddam. Chalabi is talking to Libyan rebels, advising them on how to look more legitimate on TV. And he’s talking to Yemeni’s about the possibility of offering separatist leaders shelter in Iraq. In his modernist sitting room, Chalabi receives petitioners like a powerful sheik. He says Iraq should serve as an example to the region. “Iraq has overthrown one of the most terrible dictatorships and bloodthirsty dictators in the 20th century,” he says. “Now Iraq can claim, rightfully, that it has a democratic government, it has [an] elected Parliament and free elections, and there is a dialogue — a political dialogue — going on.”

So much for the democracy he claims, look at Iraq today.

On Apr 19, 2011, the National Iraqi News Agency reported Baghdad (NINA) — Head of the Iraqi National Conference INC, Ahmed Chalabi, discussed with head of the Iranian Shura Council, Ali Larijani, bilateral relations and means to develop them, a statement issued by INC mentioned on Tuesday. “Chalabi discussed with Larijani and a number of Iranian MPs mutual relations, especially the economic, during his visit to Tehran,” the statement added.

On the 26th of January 2012, the New York Times reported Western intelligence officials expressing concerns that Chalabi was working with the leading opposition group in Bahrain, Al Wefaq National Islamic Society. A French intelligence official said, “When we hear that some members of the opposition are in touch with Hezbollah or with shady figures like the Iraqi Ahmed Chalabi, of whom we think he is acting on behalf of Iran, then this worries us”.

So it worried them. Yet they haven’t condemned it. Neither have they ever questioned Chalabis’ relation with Iran.

Tunisia Today 2013,  what has changed? The same shocking images, the same issues.  The only change is the lack of media coverage. Why? Because they are now an American exported “democracy”.

“On the 12th of March 2013 a young man’s self-immolation in Tunis is yet another reminder of the social toll of Tunisia’s stalled political and economic reforms, and of the failure of the country’s two main parties to reach any sort of consensus on governing.” Mail Online Stall or no stall, people’s lives won’t change.

Egypt Today:  What has changed? Promises have yet to be fulfilled, aspirations have yet to be achieved and while the government has changed the problems have remained.

In 2011 argonium79 wrote, ”I think it’s ironic that at the time when Egyptians were massing in Tahrir Square, there were 70,000 Serbs marching in Belgrade, protesting unemployment and poverty – in protest over the policies that had been introduced after the democratic reform. And I think that within a few years the Arab protesters will feel the same disillusionment that the protesters in Serbia,Georgia, Ukraine and elsewhere felt, when they had their health and education cut, and their fuel and food subsidies cut… Nineteen percent of Serbia’s working population is jobless; those in work earn an average net wage of 390 euros a month. This protester said he lived with great difficulty, and could barely survive after losing his job. I think we’re going to see the same disillusionment in Middle Eastern countries.”  

Libya, what has changed? For some, nothing. While supporters of the NATO intervention still write optimistic articles, even they start to become worried about the thousands of Gaddafi supporters who are still kept in prison and the hundreds of thousands who live in exile, and the pessimist voices are increasing. Read more here.

Dan Glazebrook wrote about the post-revolutionary law in Libya, where you can go for life in prison for praising Gaddafi while the revolutionary fighters have been pardoned from all their war crimes. He has also documented how the attack on Libya prevented African unity and led to trouble in Mali.

And then the world won’t really notice as Chalabi is advising them on how to look more legitimate on TV.

Bahrain, well we see actions like this and this occurring every day and yet the mass media and as well as their selected bias human rights nudge off as peaceful.

http://youtu.be/gAQ0zLX31AA

“The first issue that we have to confront is violent extremism in all of its forms.” Obama 2009. And yet when extremism is confronted, we are condemned.

“It remains a very high priority to control the Gulf resources, which are expected to provide 2/3 of world energy needs for some time to come. Quite apart from yielding “profits beyond the dreams of avarice,” as one leading history of the oil industry puts the matter, the region still remains “a stupendous source of strategic power,” a lever of world control. Control over Gulf energy reserves provides “veto power” over the actions of rivals, as the leading planner George Kennan pointed out half a century ago.” Noam Chomsky

Middle East analyst and investigative journalist Maidhc Ó Cathail exposed the Israel partisans, embedded in US governmental and quasi-governmental agencies that have been involved behind the scenes in encouraging “democratic” reform in the Middle East.

For those who still don’t know, the United States announces quite frequently and openly that we are the chosen emirate and we are in a spring which has sprung into constructed chaos. It is beyond comprehension how something announced so often and frequently is just as frequently ignored.

The fact that we are considered a project-  POMED- Project on Middle East Democracy- as if we are specimens in a laboratory explains it all. Bahrain is the chosen emirate a gateway into the GCC states and the US actors went into play promoting the democracy facade.

The U.S. efforts to promote democracy in the Middle East have several components. The first and most visible component is the statements issued by the president and other high government officials. In addition, there is quiet diplomatic engagement with several countries in the region. The third, less understood component consists of a diverse array of assistance programs implemented by governmental and non-governmental actors.

Most democracy promotion programs are funded and designed by the U.S. government, although some private foundations also provide financial support. The U.S. government does not implement projects directly, but relies on a variety of non-profit and for-profit implementing agencies like their Missionaries of Empire.

In 2009 Obama gave a speech in Cairo. 

He stated the cycle of suspicious discord must end. After all the evidence in place, an organized predetermined winter with the obvious actors that assisted, it’s time to hold accountable those actors in the uprising and the events of 2011 that don’t just occur and not to such an extent. Otherwise how can the suspicious cycle ever end.

He stated “There must be a sustained effort to listen to each other; to learn from each other; to respect one another; and to seek common ground. As the Holy Koran tells us, “Be conscious of God and speak always the truth.” That is what I will try to do”.

While we have been listening for the last few decades, and with the constant American interference the sustained effort to be heard has fallen on deaf ears.

 

 

 

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The Arab Agenda

Knowledge is power

The emotions of the Arab Spring and the fear of the uprising that spread across the Arab world lead me to note down the events as a witness and as they occurred one by one, Arab nation after Arab nation swept into an abyss of chaos.

Whether the Arab Spring happened by accident, whether it was predetermined with the assisted actors, it’s time to raise questions.

In my recent book, My Arab Spring, it was laced with emotions and a personal experience of a side that was never raised, neither by an activist or a loyalist.

Dark days and nights that never seemed to end. I never wrote the book to justify anything other than my personal journey.

The Arab Agenda will take the reader to a journey behind the scenes of the uprisings and start to question how and why the events occurred.

Where did it all start and do those involved understand the actions of where this is heading.

A wrong turn in the Arab Spring uprisings was the spread to Bahrain. Or perhaps it was calculated. Bahrain cannot be compared to Tunisia or Egypt, however, if only Bahrain was not strategically important to the West and Iran. But it was and still is.

One can perhaps comprehend the reasons behind Egypt and Tunisia, but they are not the same reasons when discussing the Arab Spring in Bahrain. However even uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia did not just occur.

“What happens in Bahrain sets the tone for much of the rest of the gulf,” Kristin Smith Diwan

Whatever happens in Bahrain will be what other nations in the region will emulate. If it turns out to be a sham in Bahrain, the other nations will install sham democracies. If it turns out to be a genuine system, then other nations will feel the pressure from their own people to install a genuine system of participation and fairness. That’s what is at stake and the West must do what it can to preserve a favorable outcome.

That was a mention from an American blogger. However it is strange to mention the term “democracy” when it doesn’t really exist even in the United States. A genuine system has yet to be established even in the Republic of the United States.

Aindriu Colgan  recently wrote, “Firstly, America is not a democracy. It is not, never was, nor ever was intended to be a democracy. And for very good reason.

Democracy–dēmocratía (“power/rule by the people”)–is a horrible system of government. It is maintained by violence, mob rule, and a pernicious envy–an envy that arises when one of its citizens rises too far above the others, an envy that drives that democracy to rip them down. The rights of the individual are always supplanted by “the will of the people”.

Consider the go-to historical example: Athens. It was not a mythical utopia of philosophers and scientists based on the rule of reason; rather, Athenian democracy was governed by terror, violence, and corruption. It made tyranny its modus operandi. The lives and happiness of its citizens were held hostage to the collected will of their neighbours.

It forced the allied cities of the Delian League into political and economic submission and then massacred those cities that wished to withdraw. And in a wild frenzy, abandoned reason and law and summarily executed its ten leading generals–its only hope of victory against Sparta. Finally, in 404 BC, after a mere century, Athenian democracy imploded and eked out a meagre existence for the remainder of the millennium.

Its legacy? Consider Socrates’ pupil and intellectual heir. In Plato’s Republic, his ideal state is ruled not by popular assembly or elected council, but by a king–democracy’s antithesis. So ended the “great” experiment in democracy.

I write this not as a defence of dictatorship, oligarchy, or any other such form of government, but merely to illustrate that democracy is as capable of tyranny as they, perhaps capable of greater tyranny as dictatorship is the tyranny of one over many and democracy the tyranny of many overall.”

The Arab Spring sprung years ago; it’s not something that just occurred. Nothing just occurs. Everything is predetermined. Nobody wakes up one day and decides to protest. Everything happens for a reason. For most people the current ‘Arab Spring’ started in Tunisia.

On the 17th December Mohamed Bouazizi a 26 year old from Sidi Bouzid set up his stall as a street trader selling fruit. Within minutes Faida Hamdi, a municipal inspector and two other officers tried to confiscate his merchandise because he did not have a trading permit. According to other fruit and veg peddlers, vendors have a choice when faced with a municipal inspector: they can flee, and leave behind both barrow and merchandise; pay a fine equivalent to several days’ earnings: or fork out a bribe. Bouazizi, it seems, was not prepared to do any of these things.

When Hamdi began seizing his apples, he tried to grab them back, and she slapped him in the face. This was the turning point. Had Hamdi been a man, perhaps the story would probably have ended there, just another incident of low-level, routine degradation visited by the powerful on the weak. But to be slapped by a woman, in public, is the height of humiliation for an Arab man. He tried to complain through all the official means available but was told flatly “There’s nothing you can do about it.”

At 11.30am, less than an hour after the initial altercation with Hamdi, Bouazizi was back in front of the governor’s building. He sat down in front of the gates, poured 2 bottles of paint-thinner over himself, and demanded, once more, to see an official. Then he lit his cigarette lighter. The rest is current history however the same situations have arisen. On the 12th of March 2013, the Mail Online reported yet another unemployed Tunisian man setting himself alight in protest which echoes shocking images of the Arab Spring .

But this is not where the Arab Spring really began. In modern times, it all started in Iraq; however for some the real Arab Spring sprang into action when the last monarch of the House of Pahlavi (Iranian monarchy) was overthrown by the Iranian Revolution and when Khomeini returned to Iran in February, 1979.

There was a national referendum and Khomeini won a landslide victory. Ruhollah Khomeini was a religious scholar and in the early 1920’s rose to become an ‘ayatollah’, a term for a leading Shia scholar. He declared an Islamic republic and was appointed Iran’s political and religious leader for life. Islamic law was introduced across the country, and Iran became the world’s first Islamic republic. Iran’s revolution would not stop there.

Many believe that Iran is a nation within a geographic area that has an unjust regime, disrespecting human rights and causing chaos in the Middle East. Well you thought wrong. The truth is Iran is not a regime, it is an Icon and generations have been raised to worship this Icon, which represents a vision of raising an empire through certain beliefs.

An Icon is not limited to a geographic area; it extends all around the world through the followers of its belief. The story of Iran and how it became an Icon goes back 300 years when there was a country called Faris “Persia”, which was mainly a part of current Iran. The coast was ruled by Arabs, a country later called Ahwaz and beneath it there was a country called Hormoz, the whole coast was called Arabstan. In the middle of the gulf there were islands, one of them called Qashim, all of these areas were ruled by Arabs, Mostly by the Al Qassimi Royal Family. But that’s another story and another part of history.

Now when Khomeini came to power in Iran in 1979, he wrote down a 50 year plan to take over the Arabian Gulf, the sequence of the plan is as follows. Take over Iraq (check), take over Bahrain (working on it), take over Kuwait (not sure yet how this will pan out), take over the East side of KSA (the Shia unrest has already begun, but I have doubts it will ever emerge into anything), take over UAE (this won’t be so easy), take over Oman, take over Qatar, take over the rest of KSA (very doubtful). I am up for arguments and everyone has an opinion but simultaneously there was another plan in the making. A parallel plan, as if one plan complimented the other.

Wesley Clarke had stated seven countries. Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and then eventually Iran. Parallel to this plan and besides the ongoing democracy promotion, there was an Iranian 50 year plan that wanted to export their revolution and rule the Middle East which has constantly affected the GCC states. Founded on 26 May 1981, the aim of this collective was to promote coordination between member states in all fields in order to achieve unity. The GCC states consist of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, the Sultanate of Oman, and the Republic of Yemen. Together, these countries (excluding the Republic of Yemen) constitute the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).

We can all read the driving force behind the fighting in Somalia. The “success” in Iraq, until Iran, with no objection from the West, got in the way, however just recently on December 12th 2012 after a period of semi calm, Sunni Muslims began protesting against the Shi’ite-dominated government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Many academics today can be quoted as saying that Iraq was handed to Iran on a golden platter.

The United States and their coordinating allies never found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and its failure lead to a façade of reasons to democratize the Middle East. “Having failed to discover weapons of mass destruction, Washington shifted its propaganda to “establishing democracy.” That flatly refutes their earlier claim that the “only question” was whether Saddam would disarm. But with a sufficiently obedient intellectual class, and loyal media, the farce can proceed untroubled. To evaluate the new propaganda claim, a rational person would ask how those who know proclaim their “yearning for democracy” have in fact acted, and act today, when their interests are at stake. “It remains a very high priority to control the Gulf resources, which are expected to provide 2/3 of world energy needs for some time to come. Quite apart from yielding “profits beyond the dreams of avarice,” as one leading history of the oil industry puts the matter, the region still remains “a stupendous source of strategic power,” a lever of world control. Control over Gulf energy reserves provides “veto power” over the actions of rivals, as the leading planner George Kennan pointed out half a century ago.” Noam Chomsky

Today most of the Middle East and North Africa is in turmoil including Sudan which has been divided and continues to suffer the constructed designed chaos. The US secret Libyan war (not very secret anymore) went ahead as planned and as a prelude it wants to destroy Syria, Lebanon and eventually Iran(although Iran somehow seems as a media designed propaganda facade) which in turn will effect what remains of the Middle East.

For decades the Arab world has been under our allies “protection”, our allies “condoning”, and our allies’ “condemnation”. For every minute issue that arises we seek their praise, or wait for their vilification. We have forgotten our faith as we allow judgment by mere Hippocratic mortals. Empires have come and gone, Hittite, Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Macedonia, Roman, Byzantine, Sassanid, Mongol, Ottoman to name a few, but not one of those Empires like the European Colonization, established nation states and chalked borders that we adhere to today quite faithfully.

Britain by itself, has invaded almost 90 percent of the world’s countries and each one more brutally than the last. Our allies have war crimes and torture everywhere and yet they turn to the rest of the world condemning via their missionaries demanding accountability, not in the real name of human rights but in the result of complete control.

The USA’s accountability to address these crimes has disappeared as everything else does after elections. If human rights were such a concern didn’t they notice that the Palestinians lost their human right to exist in their own land when the State of Israel was founded in 1948? A good example of this is Ilan Papp’e who wrote “The 1948 Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine”.

Had any western nation cared for human rights they would have spoken up at the time or even now. Israel expanded under the Armistice Agreements and what is left of Palestine today? If installing or promoting a democracy was the real concern then a step back in Iran’s history proves otherwise.

In 1951, Dr Mohammad Mossadegh was nominated for the position of Prime Minister where he had won 90 percent of the votes. By January 1952 he was named “Man of the year” by Times magazine. As a leader of Iran, Mossadegh sponsored laws for a clean government, independent court systems and he defended freedom of religion, political affiliations and promoted free elections.

He implemented many social reforms and fought for rights of women, workers and peasants. Following Iran’s oil nationalization under Mossadegh, an unhappy Britain, undermined Mossadeghs’ authority by inciting division in the country, tightening the worldwide embargo on the purchase of Iranian Oil, freezing Iranian assets and threatening Iran with invasion by amassing a Naval force in the Gulf. When all attempts failed, Britain concluded, “Mossadegh must go” despite the fact that he was democratically elected.

Working jointly with the American CIA, they plotted a coup to overthrow his democratically elected government. On August 15th, 1953 with the participation of the Shah and Iranian collaborators and CIA drafted plan “Operation Ajax” went into action however failed.

By the 19th of August, 1953, the violent over throw of Mossadegh and the government was accomplished. He was tried as a traitor in a military court and on the 19th of December, 1953 he pronounced:

“Yes my sin- my greater sin.. And even my greatest sin is that I nationalized Iran’s oil industry and discarded the system of political and economic exploitation by the world’s greatest empire…This is at the cost to myself, my family; and at the risk of losing my life, my honor and my property… With God’s blessing and the will of the people, I fought this savage and dreadful system of international espionage and colonialism. I am well aware that my fate must serve as an example in the future throughout the Middle East in breaking the chains of slavery and servitude to colonial interests”.

Mossadegh was convicted of treason for serving his country and not Western interests.

The Middle East and North Africa in some shape or form has never been fully decolonized. The Arab world while we like to declare our independence has been the target of continual interference and intervention. We have been bordered into artificial states that suit the forever dependence on our allies which leaves us under a falsehood of independence. As for the West, they have for decade’s conjured plans, always to remain in control.

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WHAT REALLY HAPPENED – IN TUNISIA AND EGYPT

I found this article that was posted Aangirfan Blogspot that I had to share . You can agree or disagree, but facts have been placed.
The aim of Operation Cyanide was to topple Egypt’s President. US intelligence and military specialists were sent to Israel to plan the operation. Website
The USA has long wanted to help its friend Israel to weaken Egypt and the rest of the Arab world.
In 2010, George Soros was backing various anti-Mubarak groups in Egypt.
In 2010, the Jerusalem Post reported that “Egypt has taken an aggressive stance against Israel, with Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit calling Israel an ‘enemy’ state.” -(Egypt warns of Israel-Lebanon escalation)
In 2010, Egyptian security forces seized a ship loaded with explosives coming from Israel. (Egypt seizes explosives on ship coming from Israel – People’s.)
In 2010, Israel told its citizens to leave Egypt. (Israel tells its citizens to leave Egypt.)
Cairo Smile
Cairo by gamal_inphotos. There has been a giant psyop to persuade gullible bloggers that the long-planned  Arab Spring is not the work of Mossad, the CIA and NATO.
In 2010 (ISRAEL DESTABILISING EGYPT) Egypt arrested an Israeli spy ring.
On 1 January 2011, the CIA-Mossad was reported to be responsible for the seven dead and 24 injured in an attack on a church in Egypt
In January 2011, Egypt’s Irrigation Minister dismissed the possibility that Egypt would supply Israel with water from the Nile. (Egypt and Israel, a souring relationship?)
Street Child
Cairo by Hossam el-Hamalawy. The killings in Egypt and Tunisia, during the Arab Spring, were primarily the work of assets of the CIA.
On 7 June, the Financial Times quotes an Egyptian shopkeeper who says that he plans to vote for Mubarak’s former prime minister, Ahmed Shafiq, in the next round of voting.
According to the Financial Times, Shafiq has promised a return to “the prosperity of the … years of Mr Mubarak’s rule.”
Another shop owner is quoted as saying: “Before the revolution I employed five people. Now one.
“Before, you’d see young couples walking past my store late at night with their baby. Now the streets are empty.”
According to the Financial Times, “some Egyptians speak of crime sprees, bank robberies and purse-snatches, of almost daily violent clashes between youths and police, a falling stock market and the scurrying away of foreign tourists and expatriate business people.”
Think Twice Youth Photos
Cairo by Think Twice1
Shafiq supporters “tend to work in the small-scale private sector, small shopkeepers and independent operators.
One Egyptian is quoted as saying that the revolution has been been a disaster.
He says his business is not even 3 per cent of what it was before the CIA’s toppling of Mubarak.
According to the Financial Times, “even among the pious working poor… there is exasperation with the direction the revolution has taken the country.
Aswan - Down the Alley
Egypt by gamal_inphotos. The Pentagon wants Africa’s oil; Israel wants a Greater Israel; so North Africa was destroyed.
Wafaa Hassaneen is a 47-year-old woman selling loaves of bread on the pavement.
Under Mubarak, she earned up to $10 a day.
“Now she is lucky if she makes $4.”
Shafiq, the Mubarak ally, performed best in the Nile Delta provinces of Shariqiya, Gharbiya, Daqahloya and Minoufiyah, mostly poor agricultural communities.
False Flag Fake. THE FAKE STORY THAT STARTED THE CIA COUP.
Tunisia is now in a mess.
Today, in June 2012, “the proliferation of corruption and the growth of smuggling … are leading to increased prices…
“Roughly 15 daily sit-ins, 10 general strikes and eight blocked roads were reported by the Ministry of Defense during the month of May alone…
“These are indicators of a popular uprising against poverty, unemployment, high living costs and the  government’s broken promises.
“The government undermines the gravity of the problems, promising to ‘resort to the use of live ammunition to restore order, if necessary.’”
The CIA and its friends kicked out Tunisia’s president, Ben Ali, because he had made Tunisia peaceful, prosperous and liberal.
The CIA coup had been many, many years in the planning.
The most ignorant of the American bloggers cheered on the destruction of Tunisia, a place they could probably not find on a map.
Now Tunisia is less safe, less prosperous and less liberal.
But, the CIA and its friends are still not content.
They want Tunisia entirely wrecked.

False Flag Fake. In 2010, we predicted a coup was coming in Tunisia, but were ignored by the big bloggers. CIA COUP IN TUNISIA, AIDED BY WIKILEAKS?
On 10 June 2012, the CIA’s Ayman al-Zawahri called on the Tunisian people to rise up against Tunisia’s Islamist ruling party for accepting a constitution not based on Islamic Shariah law.
“Rise up to support your Shariah and incite the people for a popular uprising instigating them to defend the Shariah and tell them what about what (plot) is being hatched against Islam,” he said.
Al-Zawahri became leader of al-Qaida after Osama bin Laden.

CIA false flag in Tahrir Square.
Egyptian presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq has accused the Muslim Brotherhood of killing protesters during the 2011 uprising that overthrew Hosni Mubarak.
He has also accused the Muslim Brotherhood of working with foreign powers to break into prisons and let criminals escape.

Tunisia under Ben Ali
Who are the real terrorists?
The photo below gives a clue.
David Gerbi in Libya
David Gerbi is Jewish and originally from Libya.

In the summer of 2011, Gerbi returned to Libya to join the rebellion against Gadhafi.
He rode into the Tripoli with the al Qaeda and other fighters backed by NATO.
The CIA and Mossad use their assets in the Moslem world to cause havoc.

Who fired at the crowds in Egypt and in Tunisia?

According to Egypt’s top man, Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Mubarak did not order the army to fire on demonstrators.

Tantawi gave this testimony behind closed doors on 24 September 2011 in Mubarak’s trial.
Left to right: Général de Division Rachid Ammar (Chief of the Army, Tunisia) shaking hands with General Raymond Henault (Chairman of the NATO Military Committee). Reportedly the CIA has many assets within the militaries of Tunisia and Egypt.

So, who has been killing demonstrators in the Arab world?
Who were the mysterious snipers on rooftops who shot civilians and helped stir up discontent?
Tunisian police arrested four people carrying German passports over a shooting incident near the headquarters of an opposition party in the capital on Sunday, state television said, quoting a security source.
Israel, the USA and NATO want Arabs to be backward and easy to exploit.

“Two gunmen who fired shots outside the headquarters of Tunisia’s PDP opposition party in the center of the capital on Sunday had Swedish passports, Tunisian police said…
“Earlier an opposition party statement said police and military stopped a carload of armed men, who it described as foreigners, after which shots were fired…
“The gunmen were driving two taxis with their weapons hidden inside camera bags, he said.”
The new Tunisia

On 17 January 2011, it was reported that a party of Swedish ‘tourists’ was attacked after being caught up in the ongoing violence in Tunisia.
They were in the country ‘on a hunting holiday’ – with weapons in the back of their vehicle.
Israelis with stolen passports?
The Moslem Brotherhood, reportedly working for the CIA and NATO.
“A group of 20 Israelis was evacuated Saturday evening from Tunisia…
“This complicated mission was orchestrated by a number of Israeli authorities, including the foreign ministry.
“The tourists were first transferred … to Germany and from there to Tel Aviv…”

ARABIA: The Fallen Dream…

This is one of my favourite pieces ever written in Bahrainviews by @endangeredarab .. It’s a must read. This article was written last year and as the Arab world changes, it is a time when even I have lost all my faith in you…

“There are many tyrants in this world. Those who decide who lives, who dies, who stays, who goes, murdering thousands of people along the way with no thought or justification of how many innocent lives left un accounted, un numbered, without a name or a face to go with what remains.”

“Every Wall Starts With A Single Brick”

We are the world today. To be part of it on this day, at this point in history is both cumbersome and sobering. While we face the days ahead, I can’t help but feel the crushing weight of a doomed future.  We’ve watched one war ignite the next for God knows what new paper crusade.

We have allowed corruption to become the new normal and have been driven to the brink of economic famine by all who worship the “almighty dollar”.

There is no room in the world for intricate conspiracy. Man seeks power to place himself above all others, therein creating a system that rewards greed. Power always paves the way for abuse and this has become commonplace within us and around us. It’s the simple truth. It’s the catalyst that drives our weak, immoral need to take and take and take, no matter how much misery or indignity we may cause to others.

As humans, we rightfully seek the means to insure the preservation of our species, our communities, our families, our selves. The survival of one is contingent on the survival of the collective. The Arab collective, once splintered by tribe, clan, or territory, was united and fortified with the arrival of Islam, if only for a short time.

From that moment until this very day, we have been fighting for our very right to exist among those who would call themselves our betters. Our history is riddled with invasions from every pillager under the sun.

If it wasn’t the Crusaders murdering and raping in the name of Christianity, it was The Persians in the name of their Nazi-pagan gods. Needless to mention the Mongols who burned down our cities, filling the Euphrates with our books and our blood, the Romans who enslaved and crucified us …… To this very day, the name is all that changes, so to whom does the blame fall?

Us, Every one of us every human that walks this earth that God created as a paradise that we destroy each second of each day.

We’ve allowed borders chalked by foreign hands to ferment in our minds, to the point that we’ve alienated each other on an individual level and reaffirm this by establishing stereotypes to cast our differences in stone.

Gulf Arabs VS North African Arabs, Egyptians VS Algerians, North Sudan VS South Sudan, Bahrainis VS Qataris, and I haven’t even gotten into tribal and cultural grievances….it’s pathetic. It’s perverse.

There are 21 Arab nations. 18 of these nations are free and of one true faith. That’s 18 leaderships for one people.  Yet none of them are wise enough nor brave enough to make the greater sacrifice. Egocentrism trickles down the hierarchies of our societies, each clinging to what power we can muster. We’ve lost sight of the big picture.

To those of you who think your caste and station has been epitomized, I simply ask this: Who is it that reveres you? Who reckons you as formidable?

Is it the Iranians?  … The Iranians have been bastardizing our faith for almost 1,400 years, our faith to which we attribute the only identity we have. We make the mistake of saying that they are plotting to destroy us.

They aren’t plotting anymore, brothers and sisters, they are executing. In Iraq our people are being humiliated tortured and killed, our women are being raped while cultists cleanse the streets, violating our mosques, spit on our holy books, and strip us of any ownership or right.

The Arab world falls deaf and blind as we forget our faith. The best we can do is bicker amongst ourselves. Our brothers and sisters in Syria have been more recently acquainted to the same fate, by the same hands and once again, the most we offer them is verbal condemnation and displays of political bravado.

Iran’s proxy fired three rockets inside Kuwait’s maritime border, again we display our spineless impotence. It’s only a matter of time before the next victim is claimed. No it’s not the Iranian Regime completely, but they are the pushing force meddling with their citizens dispatched worldwide claiming nationality from the US and the west in general.

So why is the American Government assisting them? While they call themselves our allies and friends, their actions contradict them. The United States is a logical beast. Not driven by a thousand year old grudge but a consistent and indiscriminant policy to keep anyone they have something to gain from too weak to revolt. So they assist Iran with their agenda, little do they know that once they crush the Arab’s they will be too weak to crush the Iran regime. Wake up.

Meanwhile they support the Israeli’s who stripped the Palestinians of  their lands, induce anti-Muslim propaganda in their news and media yet fail to report on Welayat Al Faqih because most of the propaganda machine is controlled by them, indoctrinate the Arab world with their redefinition of freedom, resulting in those of us who sever their connections to their Arab-Islamic heritage,   regurgitating the rhetoric and narratives of the Zionist movement, While the US echoes their will through the so-called international community (the UN), which has been under the control and in the service of the US government since the end of the Cold War.

Finally they dupe us into debt, allowing them to seize our resources. I have no reason to disbelieve that the Americans are behind the unrest that plagued us these past few months and yes Iran is pushing them all the way or should I say, they are hand in hand.

Egypt and Libya, for example may have had corrupt leaders, but the people who will form the new leaderships will be nothing more than puppets. A time will come where the people of those nations will realize they are still forsaken.

The only way I see to lift us from this state of attrition and indignation are by achieving the following steps:

STRENGTH THROUGH UNITY, UNITY THROUGH FAITH

The Arab Spring has taught me something. We aren’t free. We do have dictators oppressing us, but not just within our borders. We’re the descendants of colonial imprisonment and the inheritors of neo colonial slavery and bullying.

We need the will and the wisdom to unite and the initiative has to be taken by our leaders to deliver us into a new era as a superpower under one leadership who’s sovereignty is respected and who’s strength deters our enemies.

There is a reason why the US, China and Russia don’t meddle in each other’s affairs. Yes there are Muslims around the world who are not Arab and some who are stronger allies than any who would call themselves as such, but the Quran came down to our prophet (pbuh) in Arabic and we need to serve as an example for our fellow brothers and sisters.

OUR BLOOD, OUR SWEAT, OUR SALVATION

We need to reduce foreign imports as much as possible and depend on ourselves to build everything we need. Not only do we collectively have the resources to build our nation from scratch, but pioneering these home grown industries ourselves will offer a new factor to combat the job crisis in the Middle East. And that’s occupational diversity.

By pioneering our technology industries, our defense industries, agriculture, aquaculture, sustainable energy, automobiles, airplanes and so on, we determine our future.  Pursuit of education is paramount, and maximizing the quality of our education in every conceivable field is equally important.

There are fields we will need to establish by learning outside, but there will be things some outsiders won’t teach us, which we can learn through more willing affiliates, especially in the defense industry (I’m talking about everything from bullets and guns to Spy satellites and ICBMs) .

We are more than 250 million strong.

We can fund the research centers, find or create the talent, build the factories and compete significantly for global superiority. Our leadership should start by creating targeted education programs to fill the gaps it needs.

We have the people, we have the resources, we have the money, we just need the vision, determination and a little hard work to see it through.

As Arabs we have a problem, we always boast our culture and moral values, however when it is comes to resolving our disputes with one another, we always use bullets, fire, stones and violence.

Isn’t it time for a change to resolve our differences with dialogue? It does not harm to shout, raise your voice, scream at one another and it’s much easier and cheaper than fighting.

A person places their hand over their mouth for fifty years and suddenly removes it, what is expected of them? They will explode saying things that you will never expect, but it’s alot better than fighting one another to our death, while the world pokes and watches us destroy the very Arab brotherly and sisterly ties we had once held together. While the world watches us destroy and promote our very own destruction. One by one.

SI VIS PACEM….

Behind every strong nation is a great army. We need to build a stronger deployable force to encounter any foreign threats together. By achieving the goal above, we can properly equip them. We can also benefit from each other’s former conflicts, study them and draw up new strategies. Why pay an outsider money to protect your borders? Especially if that outsider may fail to answer your call. Don’t leave yourself open to weakness. Render your foreign military agreements unnecessary.

CITIZEN SOLDIERS

All of our men should learn the art of war. We need to form dormant militias and train our people in asymmetrical warfare if ever there is a time of need. Since Shia sleeper cells already reside within our weakened nation states, this will be the best defense against them.

A nation of warriors will make any foreign or domestic threat think twice. Learn from Iraq.

LIBERATION, TRUE AND FINAL

The extremists that follow “Welayat Al Faqih” have been planning for years as the west has been strenthening them.  Isn’t it time we have a plan of our own? We can reduce this to 10 or 20 years with hard labor. We should be ready to liberate the Arabs by now.

Should the Iranians and the West declare war, we will be ready to purge this world of their evil once and for all, although if the steps above are achieved, they will unveil their cowardice and fall back. While they regroup and draw new plans so shall we.

Even as I began writing this, I can see your resistant, defeatist expressions going through my mind. I can hear your comments of dismissal and belittlement as you discuss this with your peers or think to yourself, as if you were scolding me for even voicing this article.

I can feel your hesitance and disbelief. You will call me a pessimist, an optimist or a dreamer.

At best you will nod, agree and discard.

I have no delusions. I too don’t believe the words on this page will change a thing. We will be assimilated with the rest of the world, walking as remnants of our former selves, our identity dying a slow death as the Tartars and the Berbers before us.

If we fall tomorrow, then mark my words: we are the architects. It doesn’t surprise me when evil men do evil things, but when good men fail to act, I’m at a loss for words.

There’s nothing left to say except that I can never lose faith in Allah…….. but I have lost all my faith in you.

Prove me wrong, if it’s not too late.

 

Obama 2012 Re-election Speech

Well, I want to start by thanking a few folks who’ve joined us today and I want to thank the millions of viewers around the world who tune in to my every word, interpret it the way you will.

Now, I stand before you today not as a President but as an American man equal to all of you. I stand here today as a man who pledged a service to the United States of America and a man who honored his pledge.

We have been on a journey, a four year journey in which I swore my oath and allegiance to serve the people of the United States of America.

You have been warned to beware of Obama, you have been told that Obama is not the man you think he is, you may even have been told that I, who stand before you today am a puppet of a trilateral commission. You may even hear that I am a Manchurian candidate. There have even been two books written about me, one called the ” Unauthorised Biography on Obama” and there have been fingers pointed and people’s attention claiming that I am part of the most dangerous covert operation at any given time.

Forty-four Americans took the presidential oath. The words have been spoken during rising tides of prosperity and the still waters of peace. Yet, every so often the oath is taken amidst gathering clouds and raging storms. And we have seen those storms form to clear waters of peace. In my four years I have taken on raging storms and turn them to waters of peace.

The waters of peace have been created by a tide of challenges and those challenges we have faced were real. They were serious and they were many. Four years ago, I made a promise to pursue national security policies that would keep the American people safe, while turning the page on decades of war and restoring American leadership abroad.

Since I took office, I have kept my promise and I have hunted down and devastated al Qaeda’s leadership. I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al-Qaeda, and a terrorist who’s responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, and children.

You may say that the policies I represent are the most aggressive, more militaristic and generally speaking more catastrophic than that of the neoconservatives, and you are probably right, but we did not take this decision lightly and we massacred many innocent people but let’s look back when nearly 10 years ago that a bright September day was darkened by the worst attack on the American people in our history. At the time we pointed our fingers in the direction of Iraq.

Some people can claim that between 2001- 2007 that the 9/11 myth started and that led to the Afghan and Iraq war. We even nearly ended up with a war in Iran. And looking back it could be TRUE.

However today I am here to tell you regardless of all that, we understand that Al-Qaeda were the penetrators of American National Safety. The images of 9/11 are seared into our national memory — hijacked planes cutting through a cloudless September sky; the Twin Towers collapsing to the ground; black smoke billowing up from the Pentagon; the wreckage of Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where the actions of heroic citizens saved even more heartbreak and destruction. We vowed that never again would American blood and soil be tampered with. We pledged to save the American interest and to never allow such a tragedy to occur ever again or to see a human life taken away cut so short so soon. We have seen those images and they are imprinted in our hearts, and yet we know that the worst images are those that were unseen to the world.

The empty seat at the dinner table. Children who were forced to grow up without their mother or their father. Parents who would never know the feeling of their child’s embrace. Nearly 3,000 American citizens taken from us, leaving a gaping hole in our hearts.

Restoring the American Leadership abroad will not be easy and while we have seen millions of people in their graves and trillions of American tax payers dollars in debt we are fighting a forward strategy to prevent another 9/11 taking place on American soil.

On the 17th of  November 2008 I stand today to confirm the words of Brzezinski, my tutor who spoke in Chatham House in London and I can tell you what he said, ” It is easier to kill a million people than to control a million people”. And that is what we have kind of done.

But all in the interest of the American people. In the interest of another century of American and British Rule.

Looking at Iraq, as a candidate for President, I pledged to bring the war in Iraq to a responsible end– even though we initiated it — for the sake of our national security and to strengthen American leadership around the world.  Sure, tens of  thousands of people died under the Bush administration and more died trying to contain it but it was a mistake that I had to correct. After taking office, I announced a new strategy that would end our combat mission in Iraq and remove all of our troops by the end of 2011.

The United States keeps its commitments.  Iraqis have taken full responsibility for their country’s security.

We can claim that it is not the security we planned on leaving behind and it’s a mess, but that’s not our battle ground anymore despite the 43rd American President who created an illusion of weapons of mass destruction. In 2003 we brainwashed the American people into believing that there were links between Iraq and Al-Qaeda. After we massacred thousands of innocent people who could have been potential terrorists and a danger to the American people, there was no evidence.

As we now leave Iraq in the hands of Iran resulting in completely empty Arab dinner tables , we thank our extraordinary servicemen and women, some not as extraordinary as others as they have breached some laws but nonetheless in harsh times we must accept the fact that even our service men and women breach codes but yet we still have reached a pivotal moment – as we definitively ended the war in Iraq however left destruction and anarchy and now we begin to wind down the war in Afghanistan.

The Afghanistan that we fight today but are in the process of winding down was funded by us 20 years ago. Now America did not take a decision to just go in and fund something that we were sure would not reap results, we did it because we were locked in a struggle with the then Soviet Union. You see the Soviets invaded Afghanistan and for the safety of the American people and for the wrath and danger that may occur on American soil, it was our duty to protect the human lives in the United States.

And we succeeded. We recruited some people, we dealt with the ISI and we involved the Pakistani military, the Soviets lost billions of dollars and the Soviet Union Collapsed. We involved the Pakistanis and then left them with the stingers all over their country, we paved the way for them to deal with the mines that are along the borders and by the way, we sanctioned them.

Now we went in and we created this but I have pledged and implemented a new strategy for Pakistan and Afghanistan that re-focuses our efforts on disrupting, dismantling and defeating al-Qaeda and that began with the drawdown of U.S. forces in July 2011.

In my time as President we have been involved and watched the transformation of Arab bleak winters into Arab springs that have sprung and some yet to blossom and bear the fruit. It may seem like a long journey and fruit takes a long time to shape.

Fruit needs to be fertilized and that is what we are trying to do today. We are sowing the seeds of democratic change. Democracy comes with a price. But the fields of blood shed today will be the clover fields for tomorrow.

You may ask why we are involving ourselves, the answer is clear, by transforming and involving Arab winters to springs we have opened new markets, we have a trillion dollar debt to deal with, we have paved the way for our lobbies who are willing to vote for us to loot their nations wealth under the seeds of democracy.

We have removed dictators from the Sahara to the Nile, dictators we create, with the help of our NATO allies, from the valley to the
mountainous regions with peaks that reach the skies. We have had to kill thousands along the way as we cannot always be right when we calculate our strategy and sometimes we make mistakes yet we have one powerful stance and that is that we blame our mistakes on the Dictators that have fallen.

I can stand proud and say look at Sudan. We showed our concerns on humanitarian grounds, but behind that that was not our main concern. Our main concern was to stop the supply of oil to China. A vast amount of the oil destined to China comes from Sudan, so we looked for a pretext to go into Sudan. We had to find a way to stop a country with no human rights from reaping resources from our allies.

Today I stand proud before you and when I look at the democratic changes in Tunisia where the bleak Arab winter sprung, I am proud to say that Tunisians went out and voted for after 40 years for a democratically elected government.

Tunisia was a stepping stone in the Arab Spring where on the 17th of December 2010 a Tunisian street vendor set himself on fire, we did not stand by and watch, we assisted the Tunisian people from their depth of despair and we helped them form a democratic solution that we can now manipulate and despite the fact that the ocean of democracy has washed the past away and democracy is in place today an elderly man is in serious condition after setting himself on fire in southern Tunisia and facing worsening conditions but we can still say Hey, we have succeeded in helping bring about change.

We built an international coalition to stop a massacre that we created in Libya with the help of our Qatari friends and we massacred
thousands more on the way and as we supplied weapons to support the Libyan people as they overthrew the regime of Moammar Qadhafi we can now say that we were there. We toppled a dictator. The future for Libyans may not be clear but we can now contain them and advise them.

My fellow Americans we have watched Egypt rise and Egypt fall in a few months, but this is a new approach to promoting democratic reform, economic development, and peace and security across the Middle East and North Africa.

Despite the facts that there are massacres going on in Egypt as I speak, arrests being made, human rights abuses and a country no better than the day that Mubarak left office, I can say that change comes with pain.

We move from Egypt and onto Bahrain where we have raised our concerns with the Government of Bahrain about Al Wefaq and Nabeel Rajab the people we have created claiming to protest peacefully for democracy which opened for us an opportunity to push on the neighboring countries for more political and economic gain. Unfortunately what we created was another miscalculation and our creations leaned towards the goals of Iran. And this threatens a creation of a new Hezbollah in Bahrain.

We supported radical people before like the Taliban who came out with Al-Qaeda, today we supported Al Wefaq with miscalculation that threatens the security and the American interest in the Middle East.

Unfortunately our media and human rights have over lied about the situation in Bahrain and this has led to a mess.

Today we encourage the Government of Bahrain to continue with reforms and enhance their democracy in a way that collars Al Wefaq and its followers to save us from this path of destruction and further American loss in lives.

In Syria we encouraged people to protest against the Bashar regime unfortunately the people were not protesting peacefully as we supplied them with weapons, we had over pushed for democratic changes in Syria for the benefit of Israel which created a rage between the protesters and Asad regime supporters.

The situation in Syria is not like the situation in Bahrain as we cannot be on the ground to facilitate the political negotiations, and the Russian are there.

Russia has caused us many problems by supporting the Syrian regime and has tied the American hands and its NATO partners from interfering Military wise. We also raised our concerns about their Naval Base in Tartus and as Americans we have bases all over the Middle East and the Arab world but it is not in the American interest to see the Russians parking in our garage.

For this reason we had asked our Qatari partners to interfere through the Arab league to clean our mess in Syria and create excuses for us to re-interfere.

It is important to over throw Bashar regime because beside it providing a Mediterranean advantage to the Russians and it is the left arm for Iran.

Iran is our main battle ground and it is in the American interest and in the safety of the American people that we over throw the dictator mulla regime in Iran and divide the country into smaller countries so we will no longer have a threat on our national security.

We have been monitoring in silence their nuclear program for years and it is clear now that this is the right time to talk about it and escalate against a Global threat.

For years we have been chasing the Ghosts of Al-Qaeda and today I can confirm that we have found Al-Qaeda forces operating on behalf of the Iranian Dictatorship.

You may notice that I did not talk about Israel in this speech, because our miscalculation in the Arab spring will lead to the destruction of Israel. It is a price we have to pay for supporting radicals to bring in democracy, but it is in the interest of our fellow American. See the Shia radicals we supported all around the world turned out to be faithful to Iran, we had opened the door for Iran regime to manipulate us through the NIAC which stands for  the National Iranian American Council . Iraq is an example.

The people we are supporting in the Arab countries eventually when they come to power via American tax payers funding will join Iran, and together they will destroy Israel. We cannot do anything about it because we do not have such economy to go into a war with 22 nations.

I decided that in the interest of American survival we should let the Israeli case go, because we created such a big mess under the name of democracy bigger than we can chew.

Thank you! God Bless America and nowhere else!

NOTE: This is an article that has been written as a speech that reflects the opinion of the writer


2012: The “CANVAS” is Clear

The Hypocrisy of the West is visible, yet a question why do we always look to the west? And on which basis? And for what kind of approval? We have read about the attrocities and some examples which to date have not even reached a criminal court while Arab leaders and “rebels” with a signal from the United States are wiped out in seconds.
“We find what is happening in Bahrain alarming, we think that their is no security answer to the aspirations of the demands of the demonstrators. We made it very clear to the Bahrain Government at the highest levels that we EXPECT them to exercise restraint…” states Hillary Clinton.
In Boston recently ..
Shortly after midnight, hundreds of Boston and Transit police officers, some in riot gear, moved in, handcuffing protesters and tearing down tents.

Police said 129 people were arrested, most for unlawful assembly.
“At 1:30 this morning hundreds of police in full riot gear brutally attacked Occupy Boston,” the protest group said in a news release, adding that authorities “made no distinction between protesters, medics, or legal observers.”
As for the way the protesters were handled during their sit in in a “democratic” nation, this is how the Boston Police handled them…. with restraint…

But when it comes to Bahrain, Clinton ” EXPECT them to exercise restraint”, despite this…
Clinton goes on and please absorb the words, “We are opposed to the use of force..”
Looking back at  America’s History and why we look to them today as if we are in need of a stamp of approval when we know many of the problems today are from American Funding. As an example and in their own words.
“We have a history of kinda moving out of Pakistan….Let’s remember the people we are fighting today we funded 20 years ago and we did it because we were locked in this struggle with the Soviet Union. They invaded Afghanistan and we did not want to see them control central Asia and we went to work and it was President Regan in partnership with congress headed by democrats who said “you know what, sounds like a good idea let’s deal with the ISI, the Pakistani military, let’s go recruit mujahedeen. Let’s get some to come from Saudi Arabia and other places importing their Wahabi brand of Islam so that we can go beat the Soviet Union”, and guess what? They retreated, they lost billions of dollars and it lead to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Very strong argument which is, it wasn’t a bad investment in the Soviet Union but let’s becareful what we sow cos we will harm us.
So we left Pakistan we said, “Ok fine, you deal with the stingers that WE left all over your country, YOU deal with the mines that are along the borders and by the way, we don’t want anything to do with you infact we are sanctioning you” These were Hillary Clintons words.
Unfortunately what Clinton spoke of then can be noted today. This is nothing new. Infact  the American Government has had a habit of funding “bad investments”. Once the “investment” has achieved the interest goals of the United States, sanctioning is a common denominator when your services are no longer required. Sanctioned once there is no need for your presence and now that you have become a thorn in the side and a danger to their existence, you have now been selected as a weapon of mass destruction that needs to go and now that you are no longer in their interest and are an obstruction to their aims, it’s your turn to reap what you once sowed beside them.
One of my favourite articles of 2011 was, ARABIA: THE FALLEN DREAM, and when you look at a map today of the Arabian Gulf and what the American interference via their exported democracy has done to our region, you will understand why. We are under attack, one by one.
The call for “democracy” in the Middle East may seem like a spontaneous revolution with people looking for “reforms” but in actual fact it is a strategically planned event cultivated by professional consultants. Watch more about the “Arab Spring“.The events in North Africa were orchestrated down to the finest details by revolution consultants who operate where the Western world has clear interests.
The events in North Africa and the Middle East from Bahrain and Yemen and so forth goes back before 2003 at the time of the US occupation of Iraq when former President George Bush at the G8 summit in June 2004 announced a “Greater Middle East project” where Washington’s goal was to turn the Middle East into a “free” market paradise like they had turned Poland and the countries of Eastern Europe with shock therapy.
“America is persuing a foward strategy of freedom in the Middle East” George Bush
“Diverse their economies, open their political systems” Clinton
“The United Kingdom is ready to work with Governments and Society in the Middle East in support of Greater Economic development and a more open Political system”
CANVAS has played a role in the uprisings in the Arab world.
Parallel to George Bush and to the US occupation in Iraq, In 2003, Popovic and other ex-Otpor!  activists started the non-profit educational institution the Centre  for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS) (www.canvasopedia.org).
OTPOR- Otpor! leader Srđa Popović (also a member of the Democratic Party) got …. stated that Otpor received the majority of US$3 million spent by NED in Serbia from of embezzling the foreign funds that were poured into the organization over the years. …. In 2006, Popović and two of his former Otpor! colleagues, now CANVAS
CANVAS has worked with people from 37 different countries, including  Zimbabwe, Burma, Iran, and Venezuela, spreading the knowledge on nonviolent  strategies and tactics that was used by the Serbian pro-democracy movement  to other non-democratic countries. CANVAS has worked with the activists  responsible for successful movements such as the Georgian “Rose Revolution”  of 2003 and the Ukrainian “Orange Revolution” of 2004-2005. It also  transferred knowledge to Lebanese activists in 2004 to address the crisis  after the assassination of Prime Minister Harriri, and assisted participants  in the Maldives’ revolution in 2008. Recently CANVAS has worked with  April 6th, a key group in the Egyptian nonviolent uprising, as well  as other groups from the Middle East.
Srdja Popovic was a founder and leader of the student movement that brought down the Milosovic regime. In 2007, CANVAS came to Bahrain.

GDN: Villagers taught how to protest peacefully

Published: July 14, 2007Posted in: Local mediaTags: ,
Published: 14th July 2007
VILLAGERS in Bahrain will receive training in how to prevent violent clashes between police and demonstrators in a scheme that gets underway today.The initiative is understood to be the first of its kind in the Middle East.
It has been organised by the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights (BYSHR), based on an initiative from the Serbia-based Centre for Applied Non-Violent Action and Strategies (Canvas).
The European organisation advocates and promotes battles for democracy, but trains people worldwide in how to use peaceful strategies and tactics.
Human rights activists will go into several villages to train young people in diffusing potential conflicts and avoiding clashes that occur around Bahrain, injuring both policemen and demonstrators.
Each village will have a co-ordinator who will give participants human rights training and explain non-violent strategies during weekly workshops, while Canvas officials will travel to Bahrain to offer local trainers their expertise.
Youngsters in Sanabis, Muharraq, Demistan, Karzakan, Bilad Al Qadeem, Manama and Sitra will benefit after showing the most enthusiasm for the project.
More than 200 people, aged between 18 and 34, will initially benefit from the year-long scheme, which starts in Bani Jamra today but organisers hope to eventually reach 1,000.
BYSHR president Mohammed Al Maskati said the scheme could lead to protesters giving flowers to riot police before a rally starts, copying a strategy used in Serbia to reduce tension.
He accepts it will be impossible to eradicate clashes between police and protesters, but believes the scheme is the first step towards finding a solution. Mr Al Maskati revealed a team of secret monitors will also infiltrate demonstrations to judge who is responsible for starting violent clashes. It will later prepare a report for the society so officials can decide how to tackle the issue.
In the case of Bahrain, the training in 2007 didn’t work out as expected, however with the recent advice from Maryam Al Khawaja it seems 2012 may be a different plan. The question is are we ready with response to this plan (would it be advised to use the same ”method” as our American allies? It’s always good to learn “democratic” values)and are the demonstrators ready to concur with her plan.
In the United States they went along the same plan and that was “tried and tested” and the police did not welcome the plan as “CANVAS” predicts… Read more here
And while  all eyes turn to the United States for their next word, their next speech and look at them for their “guidance” we forget that the American Government is behind the unrests and while they call themselves our allies and friends, their actions contradict. Perhaps not in face value but behind the scenes. The United States is a logical beast. Not driven by a thousand year old grudge but a consistent and indiscriminant policy to keep anyone they have something to gain from too weak to revolt.

Nick Kristof and our “Pals”

Nothing like getting attacked,assaulted and arrested by NYPD .

As if it does not happen in the United States of “freedom” watch a little here .

The royal family in this American ally of Bahrain deserves immense credit for turning a desert island in the Arabian Gulf not Persian Gulf, (Arabian Gulf! please let’s make that clear) into a modern banking center. The rulers have educated Bahrainis, built a large English-speaking nation, empowered women and fostered such moderation that the ambassador to Washington is a woman from Bahrain’s tiny Jewish community.

Nick, our pals in the United States which is our ally, they represent a brutal dictatorship that is not only confined but spread around the world and we have written about this before and for those who have not had the opportunity to read what we write you can read about even more envolvement with their Corporate International Endowment of Death.

Bahrain did not “crush” the “Arab Spring”, the self proclaimed leaders that “sprung” the spring with the assistance of the “democratic” republic of and with the involvement of  Iran via the media, and the constant eye of Iran on Bahrain and undoubtedly Al Wefaq reports to Iran via their religious hierarchy crushed the spring and as they grabbed at the opportunity to imitate Tunisia and Egypt which in this case was little to “spring from” as Bahrain in no way compares.

As Nick Kristof  had tagged along to watch the small protests, he forgot to tag along with those who are not inflicting any conflict and yet suffering from the protests that not only keep people spending hours in traffic, but in the midst of the protests which they are not even remotely involved in, get affected and in some cases injured and killed.

The recent case is that of Zahra Saleh who was in the midst of clashes and was injured which lead to her death, the full Story of Zahra Saleh the innocent lady killed by the Bahrain called “peaceful” protests.  Viewer discretion advised.

The pattern is invariably the same when it comes to the “peaceful protests”, something Nicholas failed to report on…

 

A small group hurls stones blocks roads, and in this video where Viewer discretion advised you can see molotovs thrown at the police.

Recently when protesters took to the streets in Oakland the people were not hurling rocks or molotovs but hurling their voices. Watch here while all they were trying to do was reclaim a democracy that never existed and then let’s not forget what they did to Kelly Thomas , may he rest in peace,viewer discretion advised .

In the case of the protests in the US, the only force most of the protesters used were their voice.

“One clash began when young men hurled rocks and Molotov cocktails at the police (protesters hugely undermine their cause when they do this). Later in the evening, in another village, a different group of marchers remained peaceful and held their arms out to show police that they were unarmed. But then one young man reached down and hurled a rock at the police officers — who immediately fired a barrage of tear gas grenades and charged at us.” Kristof says…”I ran.”

The Times video journalist with me, Adam B. Ellick, stood his ground to record the scene. Policemen ran at him and — as Ellick shouted that he was an American journalist — one officer roughed him up and clubbed the camera, breaking part of it. If that’s what they do to a Western journalist, you can imagine what would happen if they were to catch a kid with a rock.

Well one can see what happens to an American citizen for being no more than punished for a the crime of being homeless…

 

As for the way journalists are treated in America when it comes to covering protests Nick and Adam should consider themselves in a journalists palace.

This is how journalists are treated in the US of A ….she’s a journalist

This is how a journalist is treated… unlike Nick and Adam’s  night of comfort..

It would have been only fair and responsible if Kristof and Co had managed to compare the results of the recent visit with the way protests are handled in the United States and come to a conclusion that their “democracy” and that “elections” has not fruited any better results.