The next tweets are clips from the UK column 10 th February episode and include the independent journalist Vanessa Beeley. See the UK Column for the full interview.
The Brits are undermining the strategic alliance between Syria and Iran (and their proxy Hezbollah). The West is also supporting ISIS (again). Tell me again who the good guys are? pic.twitter.com/jWqmCoHyia
Why federalism in Syria is a historical demand by Israel and the US
The geopolitical project in the region is doomed to fail because the Americans are trying to control the region in order to contain Eurasia but for the first time in five centuries we are witnessing a retreat of Western influence. America is facing a deep crisis, a structural crisis whether economically or politically. I copied this transcript from the video:
" The geopolitical project in the region is doomed to fail because the Americans are trying to control the region in order to contain Eurasia but for the first time in five centuries we are witnessing a retreat of Western influence. America is facing a deep crisis, a structural crisis whether economically or politically".
The West wants to balkanize the region to contain China but Israel wants regional supremacy (Obed Yinon plan) and will partner with China (and Russia) and turn its back on the USA. They will continue destroying the US and transferring the technology out. It is a good thing that Israel is the USA’s greatest ally and not an enemy (lol).
Iranian-backed Forces Receive New Missiles As Tensions Grow In Iraq
The bigger picture in the Middle East is the desire for Israel to be a regional superpower. The justification for this is that the land promised to Abraham’s descendants was to extend from the river of Egypt to the Euphrates. This equates roughly to the territory under Solomon when the united monarchy was at its greatest extent and raised revenues of 666 talents of gold per year (LOL). A reign that began so well resulted in a divided monarchy due to foreign entanglements (it is a good thing that history never repeats).
So, Israel has been busy implementing theYinon Planand providentially (sic) this plan coincides with the wider Anglo-Zionist plan to block the Chinese “belt and road” initiative.
Has Israel’s expansion got anything to do with the new Blue Dot Network?  (Who thinks up these names? The Blue Dot Network should perhaps be renamed as “suspender and braces initiative” or maybe “the silk underpants route” rather than “belt and road”– at least the Chinese can use the excuse that the meaning has been “lost in translation”. They usually take you away when you start seeing blue dots).
Are the Anglo-Zionist just being party-poopers? Are they deliberately trying to wreck the belt and road or are they offering a genuine alternative? In the past they have been very good at lending money to the third world for (often unnecessary) infrastructure and then bankrupting (via the IMF/World Bank) said countries with debt and austerity (read the Economic Hitman on this). Sometimes (often) a gift horse is a Trojan horse.
It is all about the oil (Benjamins)
The Petro-dollar is tied to energy. We all know that fossil fuel EROI (The Perfect Storm ) is declining and this has a massive effect on the world economy and Anglo-Zionist hegemony. However, that means that whoever possess the remaining energy retains the power (literally). Whatever they are telling you about oil and gas (fossil fuels) and global warming in front of the camera, behind the scenes they are competing for the remaining resources. America has blatantly said that it is stealing Syrian oil and the Syrians are suing them. Iran has increased its oil output  (and this interests China). Israel’s Mediterranean fields are coming online.  In the meantime, the US is failing to block the EU from using Russian gas  (so that it can promote its own more expensive gas and keep the shale fracking industry going). It is against this background that the following article should be understood. The Anglo-Zionists plan to circumvent the Straits of Hormuz.
Getting ready for War?
This has the added advantage of blocking the “belt and road”. If Iran can be “neutralised” as well as Russia and her previous satellites (think of all the trouble in Ukraine concerning gas etc) then the oil and gas flow can be interrupted and/or captured. Without access to cheap energy there is no belt and road. Israel has just struck a deal with Greece and Cyprus to the chagrin of Turkey. (Maybe that is why Turkey is interfering in Libya -because it knows that its ploys for the Med fields has failed? It needs Libyan oil. It no longer has ISIS oil. [sic]).
The video illustrates Foreign Minister Israel Katz’s vision for a connected Middle East, where game-changing transportation and economic incentives encourage stability, create vibrant economies and build peace.
The big picture – the beast emerges
The big picture tells us that Saudi Arabia is declining as an oil power. This probably explains why they floated ARAMCO. S.A. can raise cash, build a city of the future (NEOM) and construct high speed rail. That is why SA is cooperating with Israel. It will always have Mecca as a cash cow and can possibly add tourism. Israel itself wants to build a Third Temple and restart lucrative pilgrimagesto Jerusalem.
Israel is developing new gas/oil fields in the Med and also on the Syrian Golan heights. So, the new vision sees an interconnected, energy independent (and exporting), technologically advanced Middle East emerging and prospering. Of course, there is no room for an “independent” Palestine state in this picture. Neither is their room for Iran or for the “belt and road” for that matter.
The Saudi Wakanda – a mega prison city with surveillance the internet of things