Endgame -- They're coming home

nurev at Kreative.net nurev at Kreative.net
Wed Jun 3 09:00:45 PDT 1998


The Chickens are coming home to roost from all four corners of the CFR's foreign policy fuck ups. Asia, India / Pakistan, Southern Europe, Mexico, Turkey / Greece, Arabia, and the Mid East.

One would think that with all the money, brains and talent invested in the machinery of Globalization, that these elite scum and their intellectual prostitutes could produce even a fraction of the peace and prosperity they tell us they are striving to give the world through * Free Trade * and Neo- Liberal Capitalism. But because it's a lie, it always falls apart in the latter stages.

The Oslo Peace Accords were fashioned by American ( CFR ) foreign policy elites for the purpose of creating stabilized trading regions for the Trans- national giant corporations of Europe, Japan, and North America. They had the collusion of Israel's Labor Elites who owned or controlled Israel's Military/ Industrial/Technological complex of transnational corporations which were poised to profit from free trade. There was just one little problem. The Palestinians wanted their homeland back. Unfortunately for them, it was replaced by the Israeli state, and they were not strong enough to take it back. What to do? Well the CFR / Oslo solution was to give them a token homeland. One dominated by Israel and Jordan. This would eliminate the Palestinian issue among Arab Elites eager to be rid of the Palestinian problem, so that they too could focus on making big money in an open trade environment with the powerful Israeli economic engine.

So this wonderful " Peace Plan " was actually based on the greed of all the various ruling elites, including Yasser Arafat and the PLO. How could this not fail? The Palestinians never had a chance. But they did get to experience some independence from their more powerful neighbors. And now, being intelligent humans, they want real independence, and real self determination. If there are no signatures on the bottom line of that moronic Oslo document by 1999, the Palestinians will declare themselves a state as Israel did. The plan allowed for Palestinians to have about 15,000 small arms for their "police" force. They currently have over 33,000 small arms and have been smuggling in rockets and heavy weapons as well. A state by definition must control its borders, its immigration, and its natural resources.

1- There are not clear borders on the West Bank. Clashes are inevitable.

2- Palestine will open its borders to its Diaspora population. Hundreds of

thousands ( or more )of returnees will overwhelm and pollute the fragile

ecology of that tiny semi-arid region.

3- The natural resources and carrying capacity will shrivel up quickly, forcing

the inhabitants to look elsewhere. Where?

Forty percent of Israel's water comes from the aquifer under the West Bank. In arid regions water is life. You don't let your enemy control your water.

This is what they have wrought. The geniuses of the New World Order.


The following was written almost two years ago...


After the failure of the Oslo peace accords, the CFR who are neither elected nor appointed by anyone, gathered their Court Jews and House Arabs to try to salvage a process that benefits neither Jews nor Arabs in the Mid-East. The purpose of these efforts is to claim stability for the area, and form a trading block of nations with rules favoring International Big Business.

It is clear that the Palestinians will not get what they want. It is clear that Israel will not have it's security where it needs to be. This is a recipe for disaster.

The Palestinan people are tired of living in misery, and the Israelis are tired of war and living under seige. But real issues can't always be resolved by compromise. Some issues can't be resolved at all. To make believe that paper agreements will somehow solve these problems is wishful thinking in the extreme, and raises everyone's hopes to where if more violence occurs, only the elimination of one or the other parties involved will resolve the situation at that point. In a region where nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons proliferate, this becomes a huge gamble for all of us.

The buisiness and policy elites in the CFR are only interested in controlling the worlds economies. That is the prize. Not decent lives for the people who will have to live out the CFR's short sighted and greedy plans. - [ J2 ]


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> Date: Wed, 03 Jun 1998 15:28:20 -0400
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> MER - Washington - 3 June:
> No matter what happens "the Arabs will be blamed" writes
> Robert Fisk in The Independent. How true. Indeed, Arab
> diplomats have proven to be as outclassed in their forums as
> have the Arab generals on the battlefields. Be it politics,
> technology, or military affairs, the whole Arab world has
> not yet fully recovered from its subjugation and dismemberment
> by the Western powers earlier in this century; nor from its
> numerous defeats by little Israel for the past 50 years.
> Fisk's article is an insightful overview of today's
> Arab-Israeli-U.S. predicament. And tomorrow read MER's
> Editorial about all this titled "BIG DEAL!"
> IN JORDAN and Egypt, they are predicting an explosion by the autumn. In
> Lebanon, the betting is the detonation will occur in mid-summer. In
> Jerusalem, the Palestinians - and a large number of Israelis - fear the
> worst on an almost hourly basis. Palestinian-Israeli confrontations now
> occur several times daily - with almost the same frequency as they did
> during the intifada uprising that preceded the now-dead Oslo agreement.
> And still, incredibly, oil is being poured upon the fire.
> The latest provocation against the Arabs has been the work of United States
> House speaker Newt Gingrich, whose flirtation with Benjamin Netanyahu, the
> Israeli prime minister, has included a motorcade past the proposed site of
> an American embassy in Jerusalem - anathema to any peace-maker who
> believes that Jerusalem's future must be decided under the terms of the
> Oslo agreement - and an insistence that Israel, and only Israel, can decide
> how much occupied land should be returned to the Palestinians. Yasser Arafat,
> according to Mr Gingrich, is to blame for the virtual collapse of the
> "peace process".
> This, of course, is news to the Europeans who are warning with ever more
> desperation that the Middle East is approaching disaster. The European
> Union itself is considering whether Israel should be blocked from all
> future trade concessions with Europe because of its settlements policy - EU
> diplomats were outraged to find that produce arriving in Europe from the
> ever-growing Jewish settlements in the West Bank and Gaza was being
> labelled "made in Israel" - while President Jacques Chirac has been
> infuriated by Mr Netanyahu's rejection of his offer of a "Saviours of Peace"
> conference, launched with Egyptian President Mubarak in Paris two weeks ago.
> The Israeli army has already staged a computer projection of the violence
> which could soon break out on the West Bank and Gaza. Another wicked
> suicide bomb by a Palestinian might provide the Netanyahu cabinet with a
> reason to re-take West Bank towns - in a search, no doubt, for
> "terrorists" - where they would be confronted by Mr Arafat's armed policemen.
> Already, Israeli "intelligence sources" (for which read the Israeli army's
> chief of staff) have been telling the Jerusalem Post that Mr Arafat may have
> been smuggling rocket-propelled grenades - "even missiles" - through a
> series of tunnels linking Gaza to Egypt.
> This fantasy - all the odder since Israel itself insisted on controlling
> the Palestine-Egyptian border beneath which this subterranean burrowing has
> supposedly taken place - helps to set the stage for the battle to come.
> Even history is being re-written with this apparent aim. When in 1996,
> Israeli artillerymen slaughtered 106 Lebanese refugees sheltering in a United
> Nations position at Qana in southern Lebanon, they claimed they were shooting
> at Hizbollah gunmen at least 600 feet from the UN barracks. Last month,
> however, Israel's representative at the UN, Zvi Cohen, claimed,
> untruthfully, that the Hizbollah had been using the UN position as "their
> headquarters".
> This astonishing and mendacious statement went unchallenged. If Mr Cohen
> actually meant what he said, however, the implications are appalling - that
> Israel deliberately fired at the UN compound, something it has hitherto
> always denied. What will happen to the UN soldiers north of the Israeli border
> if the expected conflict spreads to Lebanon?
> Israeli officers involved in the end-of-peace computer projection in the
> West Bank say that there would be massive bloodshed, with hundreds, perhaps
> thousands, dead. Yet Mr Arafat is still, according to Israel, not doing
> enough to "crack down on terrorism", even though the PLO leader has detained
> at least 70 Hamas members since 29 March (the day on which the Hamas
> leader Muhi al-Din al-Sharif was mysteriously killed) - most of whom,
> according to Amnesty International, were cruelly tortured by the PLO in
> prisons in Ramallah and Jericho.
> At least 12 men have been murdered in Palestinian custody - all held for
> questioning about "threats to Israel's security" - though not a word of
> criticism of this appalling abuse of human rights has come from the US. Nor
> about Israel's now overt decision to hold 22 Lebanese as hostages in return
> for information about the fate of missing Israeli servicemen. Of these 22,
> one has been held for 12 years; originally imprisoned in the notorious
> Khiam jail by Israel's proxy Lebanese militia allies, Ali Hussein Ali Ammar
> was then secretly - and illegally, under international law - transferred to
> Israel where he was sentenced to four-and-a-half years for "membership of
> an illegal organisation" and military training inside Lebanon.
> When he was due for release in 1991, he was put under "administrative
> detention" and Israel admits that he and the other 21 Lebanese are now held
> solely as "bargaining chips".
> American cowardice - in the face of the immensely powerful Jewish lobby in
> the US - has produced a situation in which Washington remains supinely
> silent while Mr Netanyahu, according to the Israeli paper Yediot Ahronot,
> threatens to "burn Washington", should President Bill Clinton attempt to
> force Israel to accept a 13 per cent withdrawal from occupied Arab land.
> All the while, the State Department and the US press talk about "putting
> the peace process back on track", the tiredest and most untruthful metaphor
> in recent Middle East history. And still American journalists refuse to
> explain how or why the "peace process" has collapsed. Indeed, only last week,
> Richard Cohen was telling Washington Post readers that "on any given day,
> it looks as if a deal can be reached".
> Could anything be further from the truth? Subconsciously, perhaps, the
> world is beginning to understand the nature of the nightmare scenario
> confronting the Middle East.
> Hitherto, it has been a habit to distance Arab populations from their
> dictators when attacking Arab countries - before bombing their cities,
> Presidents Reagan and Bush respectively assured Libyans and Iraqis that
> Washington had no argument with them personally. It was an acknowledgement
> of the lack of democracy in the Arab world. Now, oddly, this same practice
> is being applied to Israel; we are repeatedly told how many Israelis
> disagree with Mr Netanyahu, how many American Jews dissociate themselves
> from the Israeli government's policies - as if the Netanyahu cabinet is an
> Arab-style dictatorship rather than the much-trumpeted democracy Israel
> always claims to be.
> In this way, the West, too, may be preparing itself for another conflict in
> the Middle East, one from which the Israeli people are already absolved. In
> the Arab world, the fear is simpler: that Mr Netanyahu and his government
> are trying to provoke a war that will prove Oslo is dead, and that the Arabs
> will be blamed. They can be sure of the second.
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