Thursday, February 08, 2007

Israel Goes in Search of a Scapegoat: Saudi-Israeli Alliance Is a Recipe for Disaster

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

It is well known that the American public are not in favor of Bush's plan to attack Iran. If Bush attacks Iran, the American People, and the rest of the world, will know that Bush did so as a Zionist puppet at the behest of Israel.

Israel is desperate for allies, and still more desperate for a scapegoat upon whose neck Israel will hang its guilt for the coming genocide of the Iranian People. Back on 18 December 2006, I warned in this blog that the Israelis were going to use the Saudis as a front behind which to pit Sunnis against Shia, so that the Israelis could mass murder the Iranians and blame the Arabs for their crime.

"Unwise and shortsighted Palestinians, made desperate by the illegal and inhumane sanctions placed upon them, see an opportunity to pressure Israel and Saudi Arabia for an independent and autonomous Palestinian State. The Saudis, under the bogus Israeli sponsored pretext that the 'Persians' are out to get the 'Arabs', are lining up to support Sunnis in a future divided Iraq, which the Saudi leadership know Israel will balkanize. The Jordanians, too, under Israeli direction, are headed toward war against 'Persian Shia'.

They will pretend that they want the nuclear arsenal of Israel to back them up, but the reality is that Israelis are behind all of these machinations, and the leaders of the Arab nations dance to the tune of an Israeli Hora, with the possible exceptions of the Arab nationalists of Syria and Lebanon. However, this pact with the devil between Saudis, Jordanians and Israelis, requires the Israelis to give the Palestinians a State, so that the Arab world will not rise up against its traitorous leadership and overthrow them.

The Palestinians, in their desperate condition, are being tricked into facilitating an alliance of Arab Sunnis with the Israelis, against the 'Persian Shia'; in exchange for the promise of an independent nation."A Lever Long Enough to Move the World and a Fulcrum Upon Which to Set It See also my many later posts on this subject.

I would again like to caution the Sunni not to ally themselves with the Israelis. The Israelis will not stop at destroying Iran. They will also destroy Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait, Libya, etc. They will destroy all of Islam.

After using the Sunni to instigate an attack on Iran, Israel will have the opportunity to escalate the war into a Christian attack on all of Islam. Already in the general American media, they are vilifying and dehumanizing Moslems, and generating genocidal hatred and paranoia against all Moslems. Just as Israel seeks to pit Sunni against Shia, once the wars start, they will aggressively pit Christendom against Islam, and leave only Jews standing in the Middle East.

In its eagerness to destroy any and all efforts to unite Palestinians, Israel is encroaching upon Al Aqsa, so that the Palestinians will react and provide the Israelis with an excuse to invade Gaza and the West Bank and wipe out Hamas. They want to do this before the 19 February 2007 meetings scheduled between Olmert, Rice and Abbas.

This is a tricky business for the Israelis, because their general aggression against Islam places the Arab puppet leaders in jeopardy, which is a part of their plan to pressure and control those leaders. The Arab nations of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, etc. should each close off diplomatic relations with Israel and cut off all economic ties with the nation, but they have not yet done so. Israel has its hand on the tap which could open the flow of revolutions against its puppets in the Arab world should they fail to obey their commands to attack Iran.

Israel is cleverly pitting the USA and the Arab states against Iran, in the current phase of the Israeli genocide of all Moslems. Once the ball gets rolling, the Israelis will escalate the wars and genocide all Moslems, Sunni and Shia, and blame the Moslems and Christians for their actions.

Sunnis would be most unwise to take the bait of an alliance with Israel against Iran. The Moslems' only hope for survival is to unite against the one enemy which seeks to kill them all.

In the News:

"The Sunni-Shi'ite struggles in Lebanon and Iraq were understood in both their historic Persian-Arab contexts and their internal Islamic ones. Israel and the major Sunni Arab states — Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the Gulf emirates — now appeared to share an enemy.

But could they actually make common cause? The Arabs made their condition clear: Israel had to make peace with its neighbors, beginning with the Palestinians, in order to confront Iran side by side with the Sunnis."Yossi Alpher, "Could Israel Make Common Cause With Sunni Arabs?", The Jewish Daily Forward,, (9 February 2007).

"Martin Raffel, the JCPA associate director, is not among those who dismiss the Iran threat as overblown, and he agreed that Jewish groups have a role to play in pressing for a vigilant U.S. response.

'We don't want to have to look back and say, we were too complacent,' he said.

But he added, 'we need to be very careful not to overstate or understate the case. We have to recognize we have allies, including in the Arab world. It would be a big mistake for us to frame this as an Israeli or a Jewish issue. The threat of a nuclear Iran far transcends Israeli or Jewish concerns; it is a global concern.'"James D. Besser, "Leading Hawk Warns Of Hysteria Over Iran: Suggestion that war is only option misguided, JINSA official says", The Jewish Week,, (9 February 2007).