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    Easy-Irish Easy-Irish is offline

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    Is the US Attempting to Redraw The Borders of the Middle East?

    Many people seem puzzled at what's going on in the Middle East these days.

    What exactly is the US up to?

    The level of US meddling in the region has reached an all-time high.

    The US military is operating in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and Yemen, while supporting the activities of militants in Iran and Syria and working closely with Turkey, Saudi Arabai and other Emirates.

    The motives of the US are kind of difficult to work out. Some might argue that they're trying to bring democracy and freedom to the region, but that's clearly untrue, considering their staunch support for regional actors like Saudi Arabia.

    Some might look at US policy in the region and reach the conclusion that they're simply sowing chaos - in order to prevent the region from prospering and cooperating with US rivals such as China and Russia. Others might be compelled to conclude that US End-Timers are trying to hasten armageddon, to fulfill biblical prophecies.

    I really don't know what they're up to - but whatever it is, it doesn't look good.

    Perhaps it's time to dust off this old article which was published in the Armed Forces Journal: Blood Borders: How a Better Middle East Would Look

    The article openly advocates in favour of ethnic cleansing:
    Oh, and one other dirty little secret from 5,000 years of history: Ethnic cleansing works
    The general idea is to stoke conflict between differenct sects and ethnic groups in order to provoke campaigns of ethnic cleansing so as to redraw the borders of the region, allowing it to be tamed.

    An ideal new map of the Middle East would look something like this - with those countries in red losing territory and those written in black gaining territory.


    There's an interesting article on this topic on the Global Research website: The Project for a New Middle East

    I know many of you will be familiar with this "Blood Borders" theory - but I feel that, considering recent developments in the region, it is worth another look.
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    Well the British version kinda sucked.
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    Here we go with another anti-American rant. This is just the usual rubbish which is conjecture dressed up as profound analysis.
    supporting the activities of militants in Iran and Syria according to you. Where is the evidence of that? The only power interfering in Syria is Russia with its support for Assad's brutal regime. As for the observation that the miliatery is operating in other countries it is at the request of the governments of those countries.
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    Hardly likely going to happen..
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    Easy-Irish Easy-Irish is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristodemus View Post
    Here we go with another anti-American rant. This is just the usual rubbish which is conjecture dressed up as profound analysis.
    supporting the activities of militants in Iran and Syria according to you. Where is the evidence of that? The only power interfering in Syria is Russia with its support for Assad's brutal regime. As for the observation that the miliatery is operating in other countries it is at the request of the governments of those countries.
    This is not an anti-American rant. If you want to ignore facts (such as the arming and training of the FSA by outside actors) feel free. Were the Yanks invited into Afghanistan/Iraq/Pakistan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristodemus View Post
    Here we go with another anti-American rant. This is just the usual rubbish which is conjecture dressed up as profound analysis.
    supporting the activities of militants in Iran and Syria according to you. Where is the evidence of that? The only power interfering in Syria is Russia with its support for Assad's brutal regime. As for the observation that the miliatery is operating in other countries it is at the request of the governments of those countries.
    been watching too much fox have we ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristodemus View Post
    Here we go with another anti-American rant. This is just the usual rubbish which is conjecture dressed up as profound analysis.
    supporting the activities of militants in Iran and Syria according to you. Where is the evidence of that? The only power interfering in Syria is Russia with its support for Assad's brutal regime. As for the observation that the miliatery is operating in other countries it is at the request of the governments of those countries.
    I would actually listen to the likes of Easy-Irish over you any day as he is living and working in the ME and has met with people from many religions/backgrounds.
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    inthenameofgod inthenameofgod is offline

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    I've noticed that contributors who use words like "rant"and "rubbish" generally don't make telling or thought out points.
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    The Israelis are not going to like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy-Irish View Post
    This is not an anti-American rant. If you want to ignore facts (such as the arming and training of the FSA by outside actors) feel free. Were the Yanks invited into Afghanistan/Iraq/Pakistan?
    You're wasting your time with that one.

    American supporting zionist ideologue.

    The ignore button is your friend.
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