Pre-Emptive Coups by the CIA to Halt an Exodus of US Satraps and Viceroys Leading to a Multipolar World....coupled with sustained pressure on Eurasia....through "Revolutions" and control over critical Choke-points....trade routes and economic Hit-men...enemies often tacitly help one another to preserve the status quo....? [ Think Hamas and Israel...] LOL
http://www.revoltoftheplebs.com/categories/news-analysis/jerusalem-bombing-likely-to-be-a-mossad-false-flag/Libya and Yemen are major Diversions...the real action is in Bahrain....and soon enough in Syria...
Is Israel and USA Preparing a Pseudo-Provocation to Justify Repeat of 2006 Invasion on Lebanon, With Obama Back-Up....?
Last time, Bush got cold feet and refused to send in the bombers, when resistance forces stopped the Israeli ground advance. Obama has much more at stake here, considering his new war in Libya and multiple aggressions elsewhere. The case for Israel is whether the military leadership is convinced that Western air forces will back them up, once they cross the point of no turning back. The previous Bush/Olmert standoff came about because of Bush's pushing Israel to advance further, based solely upon faith in his promises. If the only thing that was restraining Israel from total war upon Hezbollah and Syria, possibly even Iran, was doubt that Bush was willing to drop the benevolent mask and behave like the fascist aggressor he obviously was, on Israel's behalf, then Obama's new Middle East aggression should convince Netanyahu that Washington was now being run by the right bunch of lunatics....
There is no turning back for the Zionist alliance; it really is, now or never. This is the "Big Push" that so many of us have been warning about for years....
Washington is publicly projecting the illusion of being desperate to get rid of a war sold as a "limited mission" in Libya. But the masters of war are having a hard time, in Pentagon lingo, "to transition it to a coalition command". Washington should have evaluated the "optics" that remind everyone of the Iraq invasion before evoking Homer. - Pepe Escobar (Mar 23, '11)
Since "Bahrain and Yemen are killing UNARMED protesters" with the help of Saudi soldiers invading Bahrain, it is time for American citizens everywhere to work for the overthrow of the illegitimate Saudi government. Americans should refuse to cooperate with the murderous Saudi regime. Even Allah hates the Saudi royal family. The imams should declare a fatwa against the evil House of Saud....lol
for the details of why the evil Saudi government should be overthrown. Allah will destroy the Saudi royal family and bring Democracy Now[!] to Arabia. And why is Iran not coming to the defense of the Shiite _majority_ in Bahrain? The Saudi government is a disgrace to Islam and to Allah. Protesters, rise up and free Mecca from the evil Saudi government! Let there be democracy in all Arabia....
....Endgame: Divide, rule and get the oil
Western moral uprightness on Libya to coalition Gulf countries goes something like this: If you sell us a lot of oil, buy our weapons, and smash al-CIAda, that's fine; you may even kill your own people, provided it's dozens, not thousands. That's how Saudi Arabia can get away with anything. The forces of counter-revolution are now joined at the hip with the West.
- Pepe Escobar (Mar 24, '11)
The current unrest in Bahrain and Yemen is like a horror double-bill bonanza for the sedentary Saudis. The masses in Saudi Arabia generally appear to be satisfied with the status quo. The unexpected largesse of recent rewards and perks to Saudi citizens by King Abdullah has seen by some as ‘protection money’.
This artificial situation in the Kingdom reminds you of a nursery rhyme, Sing a Song of Sixpence, taught at primary schools: The King was in his counting house counting out his money, The Queen was in the parlor eating bread & honey.
The rich man’s club GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council), the OIC and the Arab League are too weak to influence or to infuse sense among those asking for reforms and the rulers who prefer to sweep all dissent under the proverbial carpet.
Bahrain is small but produces 48,000 barrels of oil per day – which is about enough to look after its own affairs. Neither Bahrain nor Yemen can be compared to Libya but political changes so close to Riyadh are likely to have a long-lasting impact on a Kingdom that has so far resisted change in its social and political structure. After guns have gone silent and smoke has died down cartographers are likely to have a field day redrawing the geo-political map of the region....
Inside France's secret war
For 40 years, the French government has been fighting a secret war in Africa, hidden not only from its people, but from the world. It has led the French to slaughter democrats, install dictator after dictator – and to fund and fuel the most vicious genocide since the Nazis. Today, this war is so violent that thousands are fleeing across the border from the Central African Republic into Darfur – seeking sanctuary in the world's most notorious killing fields