ISIS militants are sowing discord and chaos across the Middle East
ISIS insurrection serves Israel’s interests
By Brandon Martinez
On the June 22 edition of NBC’s Meet the Press, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu let slip his government’s intention to divide and conquer the Middle East.
Remarking on the latest ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) incursions into Iraq, Netanyahu expressed the desire of his regime to promote internal strife in Israel’s neighbouring states. “We must weaken both [Sunni and Shia Muslims],” Netanyahu said, implying that it is in Israel’s interests to have Muslims fighting and squabbling amongst themselves.
“When your enemies are fighting each other, don’t strengthen either one of them, weaken both,” said the arrogant Zionist leader.
That is what ISIS was created to do. The terrorist militia’s American, Israeli and Saudi backers are content to see these roving bands of malcontents and marauders behead their way to Damascus and Baghdad. What better way to solidify Israel’s position as the sole hegemon in the region?
Fragmenting, weakening and balkanizing the Middle East has been part and parcel of the Zionist impulse from the very beginnings of the Jewish state.
Israeli strategist Oded Yinon candidly outlined this imperialist line of thought in his 1982 paper “A Strategy for Israel in the 1980s.” A strong, unified Iraq is Israel’s primary military concern, Yinon stressed. He went on to advocate the territorial dissection of Iraq into three statelets along ethnic and confessional lines. He promoted much the same scenario for Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Iran and other Arab/Muslim states surrounding Israel.
Fractured and divided, the Arab/Muslim countries cannot pose any challenge to Israeli dominance, Yinon expounded in his deranged Machiavellian screed.
“Every kind of inter-Arab confrontation will assist us in the short run and will shorten the way to the more important aim of breaking up Iraq into denominations as in Syria and in Lebanon,” the Israeli militarist insisted.
This Zionist geopolitical blueprint is still very relevant today. Yinon’s vision of a crippled and prostrate Arab/Muslim world is playing out before our very eyes.
Israel’s ruling Likud Party is very much onside with Yinon’s divide and conquer strategy. “[M]ost of the members of the current Israeli government would classify themselves as ‘Jabotinskyites,’” noted Gal Beckerman in the Jewish Forward newspaper. Vladimir Jabotinsky was the founding father of the revisionist strain of Zionism who advocated the mass expulsion of the indigenous Arab Palestinians from all of the territory coveted by the Zionists. “There is no choice: The Arabs must make room for the Jews in Eretz Israel. If it was possible to transfer the Baltic peoples, it is also possible to move the Palestinian Arabs,” Jabotinsky wrote in a 1939 letter.
Neoconservative Yinonites and Jabotinskyites who burrowed their way into the highest echelons of the Bush administration and the Pentagon engineered the 2003 American invasion of Iraq for the purposes of Israeli expansionism. This Zionist, neocon war resulted in some two million dead or displaced Iraqis. Not one individual in the British, American or Israeli governments who advocated and promoted this genocidal endeavor has been brought up on war crimes charges, as is to be expected in a world where the rich and powerful are above the law.
As the world’s attention is focused on the medieval savagery perpetrated by the head-chopping, throat-slitting maniacs of ISIS, Israel gets a free hand to suppress the Palestinians and torpedo their resistance to continued Israeli expansionism.
Netanyahu, like a cunning hyena, has for many decades sought to capitalize on crises in other countries to carry out his dream of a second ‘Nakba.’ “Israel should have taken advantage of the suppression of the demonstrations in China in Tiananmen Square, when the world’s attention was focused on what was happening in that country, to carry out mass expulsions among the Arabs of the territories,” Netanyahu told a group of Israeli college students in 1989, as quoted in Max Blumenthal’s book Goliath.
The diversionary tactic of Zionist imperialism has been employed many times, such as when the Jewish extremist Baruch Goldstein gunned down 29 Palestinians in a West Bank mosque in 1994. According to revisionist historian Michael Hoffman, the Israeli secret service covertly detonated a bomb in a Maronite Christian church in Lebanon shortly thereafter to deflect attention from the Zionist massacre in Hebron.
In 1986, the Israeli Mossad successfully executed the diversionary stratagem to frame Libya for terrorism. In April of that year a bomb exploded in a West Berlin nightclub frequented by American military personnel stationed in the area. The bombing killed three people, two of whom were US military officers, and wounded hundreds of others. Former Mossad officer Victor Ostrovsky revealed in his book By Way of Deception that shortly before the Berlin bombing Israeli agents planted a “Trojan” device in an apartment building in Tripoli which broadcasted fake transmissions making it appear as though the Libyan government had been issuing terrorist directives to its embassies worldwide. The Americans, hoodwinked by the Israeli deception, falsely blamed Gaddafi’s regime for the nightclub bombing in Germany based on the erroneous transmissions emanating from Libyan soil and promptly launched air strikes against the North African country, killing dozens of people.
As can be observed by the words and deeds of Netanyahu and his Likudnik associates, Zionists hope to take advantage of instability in other countries to move forward with their ultimate agenda of ethnically cleansing all of the West Bank and Gaza. This widespread instability plaguing the Middle East, it must be stressed, is in large part a symptom of the Zionist disease that infected that region in 1948 and has slowly but surely poisoned it ever since.
The Zionists have used deception, subterfuge and cunning to con the world into entering conflicts and conflagrations that have expedited their ominous aims.
But Israel’s insatiable avarice for more land and resources will eventually be its downfall, just as every empire in history has sooner or later collapsed under its own weight.
Copyright 2014 Brandon Martinez