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Destabilisation, Encirclement, Boundary Adjustments, Regime Changes
The following paragraphs are extracted from a major Zionist think tank policy paper, entitled A Clean Break. Among the recommendations are the use of 'Cold War' type rhetoric to sell Israel to the USA as a bulwark of democracy and Western values in the Middle East, the fomenting of rivalries among the Arabs, the removal of Arafat's leadership, and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein as a prelude for the encirclement and invasion of Syria.
The disruptive strategy means escalating turmoil in the Middle East, with Israel 'transcending' (sic) its Arab neighbours. Formulated in 1996 to influence the new Government of Netanyahu, the recommendations have been adopted substantially by Gen. Sharon. The paper was authored by the Study Group for a New Israeli Strategy Toward 2000, a group set up by the Zionist think tank, the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies, headquartered in Jerusalem. Its authors, described as 'prominent opinion makers', are listed as follows:
Richard Perle, American Enterprise Institute, Study Group Leader
James Colbert, Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs
Charles Fairbanks, Jr., Johns Hopkins University/SAIS
Douglas Feith, Feith and Zell Associates
Robert Loewenberg, President, Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies
Jonathan Torop, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy
David Wurmser, Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies
Meyrav Wurmser, Johns Hopkins University
A number of these individuals are now prominent in the Bush Administration and have been in the forefront of pushing war against Iraq, namely:
Richard Perle, Director of the Defence Policy Board;
Douglas Feith, Under-secretary of Defence for Policy at the Pentagon; David Wurmser, personal assistant to Chief Policy
Adviser John Bolton, another Zionist).
We quote from the document:
"Israel can shape its strategic environment, in cooperation with Turkey and Jordan, by weakening, containing, and even rolling back Syria. This effort can focus on removing Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq - an important Israeli strategic objective in its own right - as a means of foiling Syria's regional ambitions.
Jordan has challenged Syria's regional ambitions recently by suggesting the restoration of the Hashemites in Iraq. This has triggered a Jordanian-Syrian rivalry to which Asad has responded by stepping up efforts to destabilize the Hashemite Kingdom, including using infiltrations. Syria recently signaled that it and Iran might prefer a weak, but barely surviving Saddam, if only to undermine and humiliate Jordan in its efforts to remove Saddam.
But Syria enters this conflict with potential weaknesses: Damascus is too preoccupied with dealing with the threatened new regional equation to permit distractions of the Lebanese flank. And Damascus fears that the 'natural axis' with Israel on one side, central Iraq and Turkey on the other, and Jordan, in the center would squeeze and detach Syria from the Saudi Peninsula. For Syria, this could be the prelude to a redrawing of the map of the Middle East which would threaten Syria's territorial integrity."
Seldom do we get such a clear picture of the extent and subversive nature of Zionist ambitions in the Middle East, which extend well beyond the present border.
Zionist objectives to destabilise the region in the interests of Israel alone promise turmoil in this region for many more years to come. Ultimately, the aim is the establishment of a 'Greater Israel' extending from the Nile to the Euphrates rivers, the so-called 'Deed of Covenant' mentioned in Genesis, which no Zionist will repudiate because of its supposedly divine origin. Indeed, as we show elsewhere, the symbol of the Irgun terrorist organisation of the 1940s and the Herut Party which it later formed, and which became the major constitute of the present ruling Likud Party, was a map of a ?Greater Israel? encompassing Jordan. The aim of a Greater Israel from the rivers Nile and Euphrates is very much dependent upon the kind of strategy outlined in the above document, necessitating the destruction of much of Syria and Iraq in their present forms.
At the 1919 Paris Peace Conference the Zionist delegation presented a proposal for the Israeli State, which whilst not as ambitious as an empire from the Nile to the Euphrates, nonetheless indicates the extent of Zionist imperial ambitions.
The territory envisaged at that stage by the Zionists comprised:
The whole of Palestine; Southern Lebanon, including Tyre and Sidon, the headwaters of the River Jordan on Mount Hermon, and the southern portion of the Litani River;
Syria: the Golan Heights including the town of Kuneitra, the River Yarmuk, and El-Himmeh Hot Springs;
Jordan: The whole of the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and the eastern highlands up to the outskirts of Amman, thence running southwards along the Hejaz railway to the Gulf of Aqaba; Egypt: From El-Arish on the Mediterranean, south to the Gulf of Aqaba.
The Zionist Cabal Around Bush
Richard Perle, Israel Firster, directed Zionist blue print for Middle East turmoil. Chairman, Pentagon Defence Board. Worked for Israeli weapons firm Soltam after being fired as Senatorial aide for passing sensitive documents on to Israeli embassy during 1970s.
Douglas Feith, served with Perle on Zionist think tank. Now Under-secretary of Defence at Pentagon. Member, Zionist Organisation of America. Head of Feith & Zell Associates, a firm representing Israeli armaments manufacturers?, according to its website.
David Wurmser, served on Zionist think tank with Perle and Feith. Personal Asst. to John Bolton, Chief Policy Adviser.
Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary of Defence, closely associated with Perle as one of the cabal calling for war.
John Bolton, Chief Policy Adviser. Policy director of Bush presidential campaign. Deputy chief of staff for policy. Formerly with Goldman Sachs international bankers. Visited NZ in November 02 to lobby for support for war against Iraq.
Mel Sembler, US Ambassador to Italy, National Finance Chairman Republican Party, head of finance for Bush presidential campaign. Past hon. Pres. Republican Jewish Coalition.
Robert Satloff, National Security Adviser, formerly director of Zionist think tank, Washington Inst. For Near East Policy.
Robert Zoellick, US Trade Rep. Advocates setting up a puppet government in Iraq as in Afghanistan.
David Frum, White House Speech Writer. Coined Bush's 'axis of evil' propaganda phrase.
Elliott Abrams, National Security Adviser. Involved with Iran-Israel-Contra arms scandal during Reagan Admin. Sentenced but pardoned under Bush Snr.
Richard Haass, director Policy Planning, State Dept. Ambassador at Large.
Ari Fleischer, White House Press Secretary.
1. The document can be readily assessed via the internet.
2. Ref. Bitter Harvest, Sami Hadawi, Caravan Books, NY 1979. Hadawi served as an official under both the British mandate and with the UN. He quoted form
Herzl's diary where Herzl refers to "The Palestine of David and Solomon" with
borders reaching into Turkey and Egypt. Israeli leaders from 'moderates' such
as Ben Gurion to hardliners such as the present Gen. Sharon haver all spoken
of a 'Greater Israel.
K Bolton: firstname.lastname@example.org
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