Wednesday, June 15, 2011

CIA's covert programs in Lebanon, Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Pakistan relying on old tactics.....



CIA's covert programs in Lebanon, Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Pakistan relying on old tactics.....

The CIA's real Jason Bournes.... As far as the continuing global threat, the major cause of this is Israhell and its militarized colony, the USSA....


Siamese twins CIA/MOSSAD sharing the same brain....and Washington's civilian and military spheres are increasingly conjoined, with romanticized views of war and a garrison mentality eroding the traditional system of checks and balances that curtailed military ambition and insane spending. With civilian agencies militarizing themselves, citizen-soldiers morphing into full-time warriors and embassies becoming fortresses for utter spying on a global scale, is a militaristic future of jackboots and kamikazes so far in the future?

By exaggerating threats, defining all responses to those threats in military terms, dismissing dissenters as weak and deluded (even when they prove right), and being incapable of questioning their principles, they repeat the same mistakes again and again.....


Until Americans turn away from militarism and learn again how to "support the constitution" more than US troops (and don't worry: those troops swear an oath to that very constitution), until they return to a broader vision of national security that deemphasizes a garrison mentality, they will continue to wound, perhaps mortally, a once great republic, before the advent of the Infamous White House Murder INC, in the Levant and worldwide with the Clean Break gang of assassins in 96.
And that's no fairy tale, it's a fact...


Some are saying, 'The rise of a “democratic” Muslim Brotherhood with the support of the West would mean that Syria no longer belongs to the Shiite bloc'....?
This may have been true once but seems less likely now.....

Iran has gained an awful lot since 2000. In Iraq it has gained a partner with the Shiites easily dominating, now that the Sunni dictatorship has ended. Iraq alone gives Iran a huge amount of strategic depth into the Middle East that it didn't have between 1979-2002.

Hezbollah has risen to full political and military power in Lebanon. Bahrain may present Iran to get its toe in the door of the Arabian peninsula. Finally Egypt is more likely to be more independent than previously.

But on the Syria question itself there is a lot of grays. Could be that Syria if Assad goes will still be friendly towards Iran. After all Syria is going to remain as Anti Israel as ever because that is the will of the Syrian people who want the Golan back.... Also Syrian military must know that continuing to supply weapons to Hezbollah will allow them some continuing power in Lebanon....

Finally with Turkey I don't see it moving all that far away from Iran. In fact trade has been increasing and there is the Tabriz Ankara pipeline, Nabucco and all the wriggling about Iran on that one and the proposed Persian Pipeline which will pipe gas from the Fars gas-field in Iran over Turkey and into Europe ending in Switzerland.

Turkey ain't gonna move away from Iran. Syria's foreign policy with regards to Israel seems popular with the people and unlikely to change. Egypt will likely be more independent. Iran has gained a lot of control within Iraq....

The idea of Iran suffering "diplomatic isolation" is not even a threat....


Israhell is asking for more money from the Bankrupt USSA....

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