The Surprising Strategy for Middle Eastern Peace
Sometimes the oddest observations are made. One such observation is that ISIS has not intentionally attacked Israel. An accidental attack a few months ago was even accompanied with an apology from the terrorist organization to the Jewish nation. Strange that a group with the stated mandate of establishing an international Islamic Caliphate would orchestrate attacks against Muslim nations in the region but not attack Israel itself, and even say sorry when it did so by accident.
Another observation which can be made is that ISIS is only operating in regions which are of strategic importance to the Anglo-American establishment and its goals of hampering a Eurasian Union and of creating a Greater Israel in the Middle East.
The benefits of a Greater Israel have been misconstrued by many analysts. First, no Greater Israel Project is possible without the agreement and involvement of Arabic and Islamic banking and corporate interests. Second, a Greater Israel, though beneficial to the Jewish population, has more to do with influencing Eurasia through control mechanisms around the Sinai Canal and the resource rich Middle East, which spans from Northern Africa to the borders of Iran, than it does about solely accommodating the Jewish population.
Though keep in mind that Jewish interest groups in the region are pushing settlements and making land claims in advance of the Greater Israel negotiations. This should be considered the manufacture of a position of strength, in much the same way that the macro Anglo-American establishment are geopolitically setting themselves up for Eurasian trade negotiations by controlling and influencing as much of the “arc” region as possible before the larger monetary shift takes place.
When Donald Trump made the statement that Middle Eastern peace would come about through a strategy which no one had previously discussed or considered, he was referencing a much broader agreement which, as he said, would “involve other players in the region”.
Outside of a complete genocide, a “multicultural” Greater Israel with a government which represents all ethnic and religious demographics in the region is the only viable path forward. It is even possible that the mass migration which has been taking place from Islamic nations to Western nations could be a part of the larger agreement.
Such a strategy would align with the larger one world consolidation which is being implemented across religious and socioeconomic boundaries. This strategy is incrementally moving and shifting all aspects of human existence towards a single point of consolidation which will serve as a new focal point for future advancement and evolution.
There are examples of parliamentary governments in the region which are based on multiple demographics and religious groups. Lebanon has one such government which ensures that the President is a Christian and the Prime Minister and Parliament positions are made up of Islamic representatives and other groups. There is a relationship between the Lebanese President Aoun and the Trump administration, which I have previously pointed out in the article Is This the Path to Trump’s Middle Eastern Peace.
Another perspective to consider is the Islamic Reformation and how the mass migration into the Western world could very well set off such a reformation. There is constant news about how Islam is becoming more moderate, such as the recent gay Muslim scene in a television show. This is positioned opposite from the threat which the Islamic invasion is presenting to Western culture. The support shown by the liberal-left for Islamic acceptance and the opposition to Islam as represented by the conservative-right is manufacturing the cognitive dissonance which will be required for a larger cultural and religious consolidation to take place down the road.
The Greater Israel project will be the cornerstone from which a broader world consolidation is built. It will be the showcase example of how differing groups went from the threshold of war to a true consolidated existence through a process of reconciliation and acceptance.
We should also expect that a Greater Israel will exist alongside a New Persia which will develop from the borders of Greater Israel up through Iran and into Kazakhstan. This process could take decades and will not happen overnight. Patience and constant adjustments to strategy and desired outcome will be the ongoing challenge for all interests. The gradual response to terrorism will align with a New Persia as the true Islamic representation in the world.
Both Greater Israel and New Persia could very well be major members of any Eurasian Union which develops down the road. The existence of both will assist in the balancing of access to world resources as the Middle East and the Caspian Sea Basin are allocated to the major powers involved.
Whether large demographics can be conditioned to accommodate one another and get along will have to be seen. But when we consider that the war and violence which exists in the world has been the results of massive cultural and socioeconomic engineering, it would stand to reason that similar engineering could reverse the trend and lead the world to peace.
The big question comes when we consider whether peace or war is more beneficial to those banking and corporate interests who seem to control the flow of history. What can replace war? – JC
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