From Arab Spring to American Colonial Rule
The Arab Spring
The Arab Spring is a cleverly masterminded tool by the Western powers. Instead of sending troops to be killed while regimes are overthrown in the Arab-Muslim world, why not use the populations of these countries to overthrow their regimes and install purely pro-American/Western ones? In the same breath, the strategic advantages and the oil and other resources in these 'colonized' More
The Arab Spring
The Arab Spring is a cleverly masterminded tool by the Western powers. Instead of sending troops to be killed while regimes are overthrown in the Arab-Muslim world, why not use the populations of these countries to overthrow their regimes and install purely pro-American/Western ones? In the same breath, the strategic advantages and the oil and other resources in these 'colonized' states falls right into the lap of Washington and the EU.
Sunni Versus Shia?
On the otherhand, we all know – unless you did not know – that the Arab Spring is also to do with the fact that Iran is poised to become the most powerful nation in the Middle East. The Sunni majority states in the Middle East do not want to see that happen. Thus they are doing everything to stir trouble in the region, establish 'slave' regimes to the US-West and to the Arab monarchs, thus hoping to 'isolate' Iran in its march to conquest of the region. More on Iran's role in the Arab Spring will come in our second edition.
With the Arab Spring comes the Arabian 'Neo-Cons'.
The Project For A New American Century or PNAC devised by the Neo-Cons in America well before the retirement of Bill Clinton as President of the United States resembles strangely to the PNAC of the Middle East (Project For A New Arab Century) promoted by TV Channel Al-Jazeera. Could this be the undeniable evidence that the Neo-Cons are the ones in control of Al-Jazeera? Could they may have 'captured' the Qatar government in the process? We leave this to 'Wikileaks Cables' unless the Wikileaks too is part of the American-Middle East PNAC.
By all means, nothing in the events taking place in the Middle East and North Africa suggest a 'genuine' revolution led by angry people is underway in the Islamic world. Libya had its revolution in 1969, Iran in the early 70's and Yemen too in the late 70's but they are still convulsing and the voices we hear is a pro-American one, not an Islamic one. Not at all.
And the Syrian Quagmire?
From attempts to find faults with Syria's regime to the creation of panic on the country's supposed Weapons of Mass Destruction, the Syrian Spring is well under Western control. A rebellion that has used extreme violence to achieve its goals and will probably end up being the regime of the future.
Towards a global war
On top of that, the American declaration of a global war is soon and this has
much to do with the fact that the Arab world in particular is in ebullition.
In this edition of our annual publication, we attempt at explaining the Arab Spring in several countries with a different view point. Our view point differs from that of the main stream media which we believe is the sold out media.