Iraq: A Job Well Done
When I was a kid, not even out of elementary school yet, I somehow knew the CIA was the most powerful intelligence service in the World. And, In 2001 I knew that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destructions; however the CIA stated that they did not know. (or so, they wanted us to so believe this story) At the time , Bush et al were taking to the airwaves to convince Americans about Saddam’s WMDs, and his links to Bin Laden. Once again, I knew right then and there that they were lying. At that time Iraqis lost 500,000 children due to malnutrition and lack of medicine due to a decade of sanctions by the US and the UN on innocent Iraqi civilians, which was acknowledged at that time by then- Secretary of State Madeleine Albright when she said in an interview after being asked about the half million Iraqi children’s death: ” We think the price is worth it.” Iraq was not permitted to import any kind of electrical or mechanical equipment under the sanctions. Technically Iraq was sent back to the dark ages and I knew they would not have the capacity to threaten anyone much less the US.
In 1982, a Mossad strategy paper was published in Beirut by the AAUG where it took each Arab country and described in details where the fault lines exist in every country and the easiest way to break it up. They said Iraq was to be broken up into three different countries, Kurds, Sunnis, and Shiites. In 1996 Zionist Richard Perle, who in 2001 was the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, Zionist Douglas Feith, who in 2001 was the Chairman of the Office of Special planning at the Pentagon and others, mainly Jewish Zionists, wrote a policy paper titled ” A Clean Break: Strategy for Securing the Realm” and presented it to then Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu which clearly stated “…removing Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq â€” an important Israeli strategic objective in its own right â€”” It also clearly stated the idea of a ” New Middle East” It was also presented to then President Clinton who rejected the idea of invading Iraq and removing Saddam Hussien. If you look at the Bush Administration in the first term you will see it was saturated with Jews who were more Israeli than American. Their loyalty was to make sure Israeli demands are met even if it was at the expense of America, no mater what the cost may be.
It is now obvious to everyone that the only reason America attacked Iraq was to break it up into three countries. The US and the whole World knew back then, before the war on Iraq started, that an Iraqi civil war was the only result to be expected. Well, that is exactly what was needed to breakup the country. Now the country is in the middle of, and being encouraged by many powers, a civil war until the end. Knowingly or not, the American military establishment was able to meet Israel’s objective. The job is done – it’s well done. As a matter of fact, most of the Zionists have left George Bush to deal with the problem alone. They are distancing themselves from him. Most of those Zionists who started the war are long gone, so no one would point a finger at the “Jews”. It’s not possible for the Republicans to cut and run from Iraq even though the war objective was met. It’s not good for America’s reputation in the world. Therefore, it is time for someone other than Republicans to clean up the mess, and since we do not have anyone else but the Democrats, so the democrats were hired to finish the job.
You don’t need to be a genius to see the shift in the Mainstream Media coverage of Iraq in the last few months before the elections in November to figure out that the “powers that be” have decided to remove the Republicans and bring in the Democrats to wrap things up as the good guys who did not like what the Republicans have done. Now we will see more and more voices calling for the troops to pull out and Iraq to go on its own way to becoming three warring states. In other words, the Democrats were brought up to the table to continue this well written drama that only Shakespeare may understand its workings.
The Democrats’ commitment to Israel is as equal or greater than the Republicans’. Iraq is only the first scene in this drama. The curtain is now going up to start the beginning of the first scene of the second act of “Iraq no More” which would include a war between the Muslims, Sunnis and Shiites. Nancy Pelosi, the Democrats big boss on the Hill is a strong supporter of Israel. At AIPAC’s last conference, which incidentally took place around the same time the lobby group was busted for spying on The United States for Israel, Pelosi said: “There are those who contend that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is all about Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza; this is absolute nonsense. In truth, the history of the conflict is not over occupation, and never has been: it is over the fundamental right of Israel to exist.” Of course any one with an ounce of common sense knows that it is the Israeli occupation that is the core of the problem. It could not be Israel’s security that is in question here, after all Israel has the fourth strongest army in the World who for over 60 years militarily oppressed the unarmed Palestinians. But this is clearly an indication of where Pelosi’s heart and policy lie.
Now let us set back and watch the beginning of the second act as this kabalistic drama plays out in front of our own eyes. The job of splitting Iraq into three states is done and almost complete- A stated Israeli policy– and now it is time to bring the boys and girls home. But of course, to save face, America needs to play “good cop, bad cop” and now it is the good cop’s time to shine. In the next scene we will see Israel and some of the Arab countries having a common enemy, Iran. Israel will finally look as if her security concerns are those of the Arabs, and therefore, the cards will be shuffled again and Israel will pick up yet some more publicity in the Arab world, while Iran, the Shiites in Iraq, and Hizbullah will play a major role in our new drama, and of course, this will be done on the account of the Palestinians and their cause. The latest assassination in Lebanon of Pierre Gemayel, the son of former Lebanese president Amin Gemayel definitely is a scene from this act, and it came about at precisely the right moment to yet define the dividing lines between Sunnis and Shiites even though Pierr was a Christian. Now things are much clearer to where the Middle East is headed. The drama continues.
2006 by Hesham Tillawi PhD