The wars Israel never fought
Who could blame them. Recent revelations, documents “leaked” which put history in real perspective now show that, not only was the 1973 war fought by American planes, and American pilots, carefully repainted to seem “Israeli” but the majority of sorties flown during the 1967 war were also American pilots flying American planes.
When America calls Israel its “aircraft carrier in the Middle East,” it isn’t kidding. The only thing that has changed is that America used to actually use Israel to attack others.
A plane is afoot
Now, Israel uses America. We are seeing it in Syria, we saw it in Iraq and Afghanistan, we are seeing it in Turkey and, we are now told, we will see the war “re-expand” to Iraq, then to Armenia and points beyond.
A plan is afoot, Israel, America and Turkey.
America is involved in a multi-faceted plan to maintain regional hegemony across the Caspian Basin. To do so, it is necessary for it to destabilize the current government in Iraq, bring about the collapse of Syria, destabilize and collapse Armenia and build Azerbaijan as the Israeli/American outpost against Iran and to help support drug trafficking from a continued occupation of Afghanistan.
Azerbaijan has long been chosen to be the new strategic “American aircraft carrier” in Central Asia, not just another layover stop for drug pilots as it has been for the past ten years.
The UN, designed to fail
Key to the process is the avoidance of any durable settlement of any kind in the Middle East. This means that Washington has “green lighted” Israel’s settlements in the West Bank, despite UN, EU and even ICC condemnations as being inexorable.
The permanent “toothless” United Nations, crippled by a Security Council, which was, at one time, actually subject to veto by the island of Formosa (Republic of China), is not just a sign of anachronism but one of permanent colonial overlordship.
US policy is not just dependent on settlements but continued bombardment of the civilian population of Gaza and by permanent political upheaval in Egypt as well.
Keeping the people of the world focused on horror, the bodies of dead children, is a key component to the kind of psychological warfare that makes a permanent state of conflict an unquestioned reality.
Both the Norway and Sandy Hook murders may well be a part of this plan. Thus far, accusations made that “hit teams” were involved in Sandy Hook have been fully substantiated and wild conspiracies by Mossad press assets have failed miserably.
The American people know they have been under a terror attack and have proven immune to idiotic conspiracy theories out of Tel Aviv.
Turkey on the move
With Turkey revealed now in its Ottoman glory, the robotic stooge of Zionist Israel, basking in the delusional belief that the machinations of the Washington/Tel Aviv axis will restore their greatness, allowing them to occupy Syria, attack Armenia and dismember Iraq, Erdogan will be able to play Sultan.
Turkey, as a regional power in the Middle East, sitting astride the oil and gas pipelines, descending on the Kirkuk oil fields and, with its Israeli masters, assisted by US Ambassador to Baku, Matt Bryza of Istanbul based Turco Petroleum, will overshadow the economically broken states of the European Union that have so often rejected membership of their “filthy little Islamic cousins.”
Turkey and Egypt with their fleets of “half modernized” F 16 fighters, carefully engineered to be significantly inferior to those flown by Israel, prove themselves easily bought with counterfeit currency.
Moreover, Turkey’s empire, including the offshore Syrian oil and gas fields carefully hidden from world attention through altered geological reports, are more prizes to be won.
The Gaza terror distraction
Again, none of this is possible if there is any hope of meaningful dialog or settlement, if there is any move forward toward recognition of Iran’s rights to nuclear power.
Thus, we will not only continue to see bombing of Gaza and attacks on Palestinians and even Christians, not just in Israel but across Syria as well, but we may expect attack against Lebanon while the US has to “unrepair” the improved relationship between the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Commission) and Iran.
The Sultan returns
As Turkey prepares to exercise its role as “protector of Syria” under the watchful eye of Israeli/American regional hegemony, plans are afoot to move against Iraq, under the guise of “defense against PKK rebels attacking Turkey.”
During the US occupation of Iraq, I remember sitting in Erbil, more than once hearing Turkish artillery as their incursions into Iraq and their violation of Iraq sovereignty was “rubber stamped” in both Washington and Baghdad.
This was when Turkey could still pretend to be a victim. This was “poor Turkey,” the defending of the Palestinian people, promising military convoys to protect peace activists, Erdogan’s promise of action against Israel in reprisal for the murder of Turkish citizens on the Mavi Marmara while, behind the scenes, ordering more military supplies from Israel.
Now it is the scheming of Erdogan, now made transparent, an Erdogan quite probably an ally of Tel Aviv and Washington, a flawed individual hoping to put his mark on the map of the world, unaware how humiliating his foolishness seems to others.
I remember Erdogan, his Air Force training with Israeli pilots. How far would Turkey go?
As we look at Syria today, the Russian Iskandar missiles offsetting the American Patriot III batteries, the Russian S 300 Air Defense system offsetting the new US jets waiting to attack Syria.
Three of them have been shot down already, “accidents” we are told.
Now we find rumors of a renewed US presence in Northern Iraq. Forward units have arrived the last few days. Are more to follow, are these humanitarian missions or are they supporting rebel forces?
Similarly, we are seeing more movements, intelligence teams scouting, not just Iran, drones, special operations troops, not just Iran but Armenia as well, and not just from Turkey but Azerbaijan.
Then I remember, the US Ambassador to Azerbaijan, Matt Bryza, is a Turkish oil executive.
The “great game”
Perhaps this is a new type of diplomat, not really representing the US at all but in place waiting, waiting for some change in the geopolitical balance, a readjustment of power, a permanent colonialization of Central Asia, drugs, gas and oil, permanent war, permanent sectarian strife and a Middle East permanently aflame.
To keep the flames stoked and the hatreds alive, the Palestinian people must be ground into the dirt in the most heinous and brutal way possible, at the hands of the most despicable and snarling whelps the earth has yet to endure.
All of it is being done for money; it does not take a genius to see it.
How can it be described?
Is it like, perhaps, a bank robbery, the same robbers day after day, the same hostages killed and the police never come?
Erdogan learned from this and wants his share.
Thus far, he may well get it unless someone starts playing the game a bit better.
Gordon Duff is a Marine Vietnam veteran, a combat infantryman, and Senior Editor at Veterans Today. His career has included extensive experience in international banking along with such diverse areas as consulting on counter insurgency, defense technologies or acting as diplomatic representative for UN humanitarian and economic development efforts. Gordon Duff has traveled to over 80 nations. His articles are published around the world and translated into a number of languages. He is regularly on TV and radio, a popular and sometimes controversial guest.