Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The Lebanese capital and Lebanon have been an espionage battleground for decades, all smoke and mirrors where few things are what they seem....

...شبع لبنان فساداً من صحون مروان حمادة اللاقطة المختومة إسرائيليا في الباروك

The Lebanese capital and Lebanon have been an espionage battleground for decades, all smoke and mirrors where few things are what they seem....

Physicists call the Lebanese Political Phenomenon's; “vacuum space,”..... the French “parler pour ne rien dire,” and the erudite Arabists “ba3dal jahdi wal-ijtihadi, fassaral ma2a bil-ma2i.” LOL
The modus operandi in Lebanon is to live to fight another day. There’s a belief that the whole world could be different next week, let alone six months from now. So why should we worry our little heads about how to permanently solve the problem that we’ve just temporarily solved with our little band-aid, when everything could be completely different soon enough?

جاسوس تابع لـ"السي آي إي إلياس المر

Syrian military intelligence has penetrated its Sunni opposition effectively for decades....., and they still do today....

المخابرات الأردنية هو حديث عن موساد اسرائيلي

Of all the players in this game, Israel’s position is the most complex.... Israel has a very "decent", albeit covert, working relationship with the "Zioconned Alawite Mafia of Killers/Assassins-Syrians" going back to their mutual hostility toward Yasser Arafat.... For Israel, Syria has been the devil they know. The idea of a Sunni government controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood on their northeastern frontier was frightening; they prefer the Assad family of thugs, killers and assassins in charge of the most infamous White House Murder INC, in Lebanon and Kafarsousa.... But given the shift in the regional balance of power, the Israeli view is still not changing.... The Sunni Islamist threat has grown in the past decade relative to other threats.... Playing things forward, the threat of a hostile Sunni force in Syria is more worrisome than an emboldened Iranian presence on Israel’s northern frontier.... This explains why the architects of Israel’s foreign policy, such as Defense Minister Ehud Barak, have been saying that we are seeing an “acceleration toward the end of the Zioconned Wahhabi regimes in KSA and Qatar, and a monumental MESS in Egypt, reminiscent of 1976/89 in Lebanon....” Regardless of its preferred outcome, Israel cannot influence events inside Syria. Instead, Israel is adjusting to a reality where the threat of Egypt reshaping the politics of the region has become paramount....

Neocons Planned Regime Change In MENA; Iraq, Iran, Lebanon and Syria, etc. by 1991....

I’ve repeatedly documented that the Neocons planned regime change in Iraq, Libya, Iran, Syria and a host of other countries right after 9/11 … if not before.

And that Obama is implementing these same plans – just with a “kindler, gentler” , but uglier Zioconned CIA face.

Glenn Greenwald provides further documentation that the various Middle Eastern and North African wars were planned before 9/11:

General Wesley Clark … said the aim of this plot [to "destroy the governments in ... Iraq, ... Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran”] was this: “They wanted us to destabilize the Middle East, turn it upside down, make it under our control.” He then recounted a conversation he had had ten years earlier with Paul Wolfowitz — back in 1991 — in which the then-number-3-Pentagon-official, after criticizing Bush 41 for not toppling Saddam, told Clark: “But one thing we did learn [from the Persian Gulf War] is that we can use our military in the region – in the Middle East – and the Soviets won’t stop us. And we’ve got about 5 or 10 years to clean up those old Soviet regimes – Syria, Iran [sic], Iraq – before the next great superpower comes on to challenge us.” Clark said he was shocked by Wolfowitz’s desires because, as Clark put it: “the purpose of the military is to start wars and change governments? It’s not to deter conflicts?”

In the aftermath of military-caused regime change in Iraq and Libya … with concerted regime change efforts now underway aimed at Syria and Iran, with active and escalating proxy fighting in Somalia, with a modest military deployment to South Sudan, and the active use of drones in six — count ‘em: six — different Muslim countries, it is worth asking whether the neocon dream as laid out by Clark is dead or is being actively pursued and fulfilled, albeit with means more subtle and multilateral than full-on military invasions (it’s worth remembering that neocons specialized in dressing up their wars in humanitarian packaging: Saddam’s rape rooms! Gassed his own people!). As Jonathan Schwarz … put it about the supposedly contentious national security factions:

As far as I can tell, there’s barely any difference in goals within the foreign policy establishment. They just disagree on the best methods to achieve the goals. My guess is that everyone agrees we have to continue defending the Mideast from outside interference (I love that Hillary line), and the [Democrats] just think that best path is four overt wars and three covert actions, while the neocons want to jump straight to seven wars.


The neocon end as Clark reported them — regime change in those seven countries — seems as vibrant as ever. It’s just striking to listen to Clark describe those 7 countries in which the neocons plotted to have regime change back in 2001, and then compare that to what the U.S. Government did and continues to do since then with regard to those precise countries.

Note: The so-called “war on terror” has also weakened our national security and created many more terrorists than it has killed, imprisoned or otherwise stopped. It is also destroying our economy.....

In addition to the slow rousing of the general population’s awareness and nascent unity, the other thing we have in our favor is the inherent arrogance of the radical neo-cons (‘Con’ is an interesting and myriad word used in this context). The neo-cons are simply the cunning portion of the elites’ brain at this point. They are too ruthless and barbaric to possess any shred of wisdom and they are also, unfortunately, sociopaths in suits with a lot of money behind them; but like all megalomaniacs they will, hopefully, very hopefully contribute to their own demise (with a big hand from we people). The curtain has only just begun to rise!