12 August 2012

America's Plan for World Domination

24 Menachem Av 5772

In 2003, I attended a lecture given by John Loftus at the OU Irael Center in Jerusalem. At that time, he alluded to a master plan for taking down all Israel's enemies and advised that Israel "just sit back" and let America take care of her problems. Even then, Iran was named as an eventual target.

In 1997, an American think tank called Project for the New American Century released the following as part of their Statement of Principles:
  • we need to increase defense spending significantly if we are to carry out our global responsibilities today and modernize our armed forces for the future;
  • we need to strengthen our ties to democratic allies and to challenge regimes hostile to our interests and values;
  • we need to promote the cause of political and economic freedom abroad; [and]
  • we need to accept responsibility for America's unique role in preserving and extending an international order friendly to our security, our prosperity, and our principles.
In 1996, Richard Perle wrote a policy paper entitled A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm. It outlines how Israel figures into the overall plan: "...furthering values inherent to the West. ...promote Western values and traditions."

Many suggestions were made as to how Prime Minister Netanyahu could fulfill their designs on Israel; however, this was during his first administration. Now, well into his second one, it would seem that he has accomplished everything they set out for him to do.

"...When Israel is on a sound economic footing, and is free, powerful, and healthy internally, it will no longer simply manage the Arab-Israeli conflict; it will transcend it. ...Israel — proud, wealthy, solid, and strong — would be the basis of a truly new and peaceful Middle East."

Instead of being re-established in the mold of David's and Shlomo's Kingdom - a holy land governed by Torah Law - Israel is to be made over in America's (Eisav's) image, i.e., material success is the highest value. Shimon Peres is a longtime, vocal advocate for this policy which Rabbi Meir Kahane, of blessed memory, correctly termed an attempt to trade an indoor toilet for the Arab's national pride and correctly pronounced it doomed from the start.

The trouble with American meddling in Middle Eastern affairs is that Americans have no concept of any other bottom line besides their dollar. They don't understand why a wealthy, educated Arab would martyr themselves to blow up their perceived enemies. Only if they were destitute and without economic hope for the future can they imagine such a scenario. Americans can not conceive of the religious fervor that drives Muslims. Even the American revolution was started as a rebellion against taxes. With them, it's always about the money and so they believe that every man has his price. As Rabbi Kahane, of blessed memory, used to say: "This is the Middle East, not the Mid-West."

An op-ed entitled Is America destabilizing the Middle East? written in December 2011 says the following:

Although Arab Spring is usually considered an endemic uprising against totalitarian governments, there are some indications that the USA has been actively involved in creating change.

Four star general and Democratic Presidential candidate, Wesely Clark, speaking at the Commonwealth Club of California, back in 2007, talked about plans being made in the White House to take down "7 governments in 5 years." The remarkable thing is that these plans were being laid back in 2001. Since then Iraq, Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya have fallen and Syria is well on the way. Does this mean the popular demonstrations in those countries were encouraged and promulgated by the CIA or other American security organizations?

It's clear from the "trial-balloon" media reports what the next steps will be in Syria. A "confirmed" report of the use of chemical weapons on the rebel forces will bring about the imposition of a "No-Fly Zone" over Syria and that will be the beginning of the end - a la Qaddaffi.

(Syria figures prominently in this speech from 2007.)

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