Friday, June 3, 2016

Getting out of Dodge

Indigenous Resistance in Israel

With revelations that I reported on in an earlier post about Jewish connections to al quaeda-affiliated groups which have been attacking Syria since March 2011, together with other nefarious connections discussed below, one wonders how long Israel can continue in the Middle East. Now it's public knowledge that Israel has set the cat (US military) amongst the Arabic pigeons and even created, trained and funded its own proxy armies of destruction. Worst of all....USrael has pretended for years to be attacking ISIS and the other terrorist armies....all the while attacking the indigenous people of Syria and their national infrastructure and cultural heritage sites instead.

UN special envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura estimates that over 400,000 people have been killed in the foreign-sponsored crisis that has gripped Syria since March 2011. This has all been in a planetary-shifting effort to create a huge country from the tiny Israeli base....a new Middle East Empire....stretching from the Nile to the Euphrates. The former Arabic nations of Iraq, Iran, Syria, Egypt, Libya Yemen and the Gulf States would all be broken into small bantustans, their cultures destroyed.  However, with the arrival of Russia on the scene...coming to the defense of Syria...and with their US hosts divided within and a new US civil war just simmering under the public radar....the dream is in tatters. Even more serious...the world has been brought to the brink of a WWIII nuclear Armageddon, as Russa and China face off against the neocon, ziofascist controllers of USrael. Is it time for the "Samson Option?" or, is there another alternative?

One wonders whether Israel has been considering maybe it's time to get out of Dodge (The Middle East).  Not according to this recent report, which is a Translation from the Strategika51.com website

BENLADEN IN ISRAEL

The gigantic construction Saudi Binladen Group Inc. have won several contracts in Israel, including one bearing the construction of an administrative complex with no known purpose. 
Rumors indicate that the complex would house the headquarters of a future representative office the interests of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Israel.While it is premature to conclude that the next Saudi embassy in Israel because of the controversial choice of venue (the Zionist state considers against all logic and contrary to international law East Jerusalem as its "eternal capital") A choice that will Ryad can never take without alienating definitely all the public opinion of the world Muslim said.Officially, Saudi Arabia and Israel do not maintain any form of diplomatic relations, but the war in Syria and very subtle approach to the administration of Barack Obama for Near and Middle East issues have greatly near Riyadh and Tel Aviv , which no longer hide their mutual interest to get rid of Hezbollah and Iranian influence. In fact, the two countries, among the most influential in the world and the only ones who can influence the development and decision-making in terms of US foreign policy, are allies in the war to death they lead by proxy against Syria and through the Islamic Republic of Iran. Binladen Inc. employs tens of thousand Asian workers in the Arabian Peninsula and the Middle East.
The Bin Laden company having won a huge construction contract in Israel belies the idea that Israel has given up on the dream but, hey, they have to find some way to spend all those trillion$ of taxpayer dollars they get yearly from their American host.

Below. Wayne Madsen, in a recent post discusses how the Israeli Mossad has been working over the years to consolidate power in the region by destroying indigenous leadership.  This supports a theory I've long had about the origination of many of the deaths of international leaders by "fast acting cancers" 
Mossad showed "humaneness" in the radiation poisoning death of Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat, and the more recent death of Western Sahara liberation leader Mohamed Abdelaziz who reportedly died in an Algerian hospital after battling cancer. Abdelaziz's family contends that the leader of the POLISARIO liberation front was poisoned by Moroccan intelligence agents. Western Sahara has been fighting a decades-long battle for independence against Morocco, which invaded the former Spanish Sahara in 1975. Cancer weapons are believed to have been perfected by Halevy's "humane" Mossad and may have been successfully used on Arafat, who died from a form of fast-acting leukemia; Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, who died from fast-acting pelvic cancer; and now, Abdelaziz, who died at the age of 68 from cancer. Mossad is a close partner of the Moroccan intelligence agency.

Still, with all the revelations about proxy wars, assassinations, war crimes and oppression of the indigenous Palestinian population...the circle is growing ever smaller and the grandiose dream slowly disappears into a cloudy horizon. Russia has drawn a line in the sand. The line limits the "dream" ersatz boundaries....is it time to move on?

In my recent post about the former Mossad leader's interview linked above...I speculated that perhaps the Israelis have been given a way out of Dodge (and the World has been given a pathway to peace) by Putin...in his offer of "free land" in the far eastern hinterland of Russia. No doubt some readers smiled at this outlandish observation. Well, read the paragraph below, from this morning's RT
This week, the first three families received their free hectares in Russia's Amur region. The region’s Arkharinsky district, which borders China, was chosen as the pilot area for the initiative.
In April, the Russian State Duma adopted a law allowing Russians the right to claim a free hectare (10,000 square meters) of land in the Far East. The areas include Yakutia, Kamchatka, Chukotka, Primorye, Khabarovsk, Amur, Magadan, Sakhalin and the Jewish Autonomous Regions. The land can be used for any lawful purpose and the new owners cannot rent, sell, or give it away for five years.

Yes, there are "Jewish Autonomous Regions" in eastern Russia...Who knew?

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