The Chaos In Iraq Is By DESIGN


Neoconservatives like Paul Wolfowitz planned regime change in Iraq more than 20 years ago … in 1991. …

The Guardian noted in 2003:

The “skittles theory” of the Middle East – that one ball aimed at Iraq can knock down several regimes – … has come to the fore in the United States on the back of the “war against terrorism”.

Its roots can be traced, at least in part, to a paper published in 1996 by an Israeli thinktank, the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies. Entitled “A clean break: a new strategy for securing the realm …”

The paper set out a plan … beginning with the removal of Saddam Hussein and the installation of a Hashemite monarchy in Baghdad. With … Iraq thus brought under Jordanian Hashemite influence, Jordan and Turkey would form an axis along with Israel to weaken and “roll back” Syria. Jordan, it suggested, could also sort out Lebanon by “weaning” the Shia Muslim population away from Syria and Iran, and re-establishing their former ties with the Shia in the new Hashemite kingdom of Iraq. …

With several of the “Clean Break” paper’s authors now holding key positions in Washington, the plan … looks a good deal more achievable today than it did in 1996. …

Thomas Harrington – professor of Iberian Studies at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut – writes:

[While there are some good articles on the chaos in Iraq, none of them] consider whether the chaos now enveloping the region might, in fact, be the desired aim of policy planners in Washington and Tel Aviv. …

To those … for whom all this seems too neat or too conspiratorial, I would suggest a careful side-by side reading of:

a) the “Clean Break” manifesto generated by the Jerusalem-based Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies (IASPS) in 1996


b) the “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” paper generated by The Project for a New American Century (PNAC) in 2000, a US group with deep personal and institutional links to the aforementioned Israeli think tank, and (the Bush, Jr. White House) US foreign policy apparatus. …

And yet, it seems that for even very well-informed analysts, it is beyond the pale to raise the possibility that foreign policy elites in the US and Israel, like all virtually all the ambitious hegemons before them on the world stage, might have quite coldly and consciously fomented open-ended chaos in order to achieve their overlapping strategic objectives in this part of the world.

Antiwar’s Justin Raimondo notes:

Iraq’s fate was sealed from the moment we invaded: … Iraq is fated to split apart into … : the Shi’ite areas around Baghdad and to the south, the Sunni regions to the northwest, and the Kurdish enclave which was itching for independence since well before the US invasion. This was the War Party’s real if unexpressed goal from the very beginning

And Michel Chossudovsky points out:

… This process of political fracturing in Iraq along sectarian lines will inevitably have an impact on Syria … . What is contemplated (by the White House war party) is the break up of both Iraq and Syria along sectarian-ethnic lines. … According to Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, the re division of Iraq into three separate states is part of a broader process of redrawing the Map of the Middle East. …

And if you think things are different under the Obama administration, please note that not only are the Neocons back, they never actually left.

(So now the questions remain, why are we there? And where is this going?)

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  1. Ladylizbizz says:

    These are good facts. I wonder if you could share in line with the facts, bible scripture as you used to back then so as to make us understand the end times better.

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