There are three historical sets of facts which lead us to insist that the U.S. Congress grow up and block all funding for Joe Biden’s two front war: (1) the present developing war in the Middle East results, in part, from our complicity with the British Empire in creating Islamic terrorism as a weapon of hybrid warfare. All terrorist operations are state-sponsored and have nothing to do with the Islamic religion which bans the killing of women, children, and older people in war; (2) the present already lost war in Ukraine results from our adoption of the British imperial goal of regime change in Russia, manipulating the Ukrainian population and their history as captive suicide proxies, and has already resulted in depression conditions throughout Europe, the collapse of European industry, and significant pressure on the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. If Iran or other oil producing states become targets of the Middle East war, the world, now on the brink of an economic cataclysm, will sink into economic anarchy and a new Dark Age; (3) Historically, once religious wars start, they last decades.
In 2014, the American population stopped Obama’s planned escalation of the Syrian war which harbored the same explosive potential. Colonel Doug McGregor references this in another of his breakdowns of the horrendous potentials now staring us in the face. They bombarded Congress with the demand that Congress exercise its Constitutional prerogative to say no to war. They succeeded; the planned bombing campaign was called off. You must do something similar now. Flood them with this demand: No more war; we demand a negotiated settlement in both Ukraine and Israel now. Call your Congressman now with this demand, at 202-224-3121. Call and go to the District offices with the same message.
The current senile White House occupant is blinded by his globalist ideology and the myth that he is conquering the world on behalf of democracy vs. autocracy. As a result, he cannot mobilize Russia, China, India, Turkey, and key Arab partners whom he considers autocratic to stop this rush to a war no one wants. Additionally, there is the problem of revealing too much to the American population about past American, British, and Israeli sponsorship of Islamic terrorism. Hamas, for example, was originally the Israeli branch of the Muslim Brotherhood and was supported by former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as a foil to the secular nationalist PLO in order to thwart the formation of a Palestinian state. That use was picked up by Benjamin Netanyahu who thought he could tame the Frankenstein monster. That does not even take into account the electoral implications of Biden’s insane lost war in Ukraine, a genocide now with the hundreds of thousands dead.
If Trump were in the White House, the United States would be joining Israel and willing Arab partners along with Turkey, Russia, India, and China, in a strategy aimed at eliminating all terrorist entities from this volatile region of the world, ensuring Israel’s security, and ensuring that Palestinians are no longer hostage to British created hybrid-warfare cults. Neither Radical Messianic Zionism nor the Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, or Hezbollah terrorists. The entire region would be the focus of massive infrastructure and economic development with sovereign states, including a Palestinian state, replacing the failed states created by decades of the wars of Empire.
That was the approach and potential of Donald Trump’s Abraham Accords. A drive to undermine and eliminate that potential, accounts for the rapid transformation of a Mideast which had been on the brink of peace, prior to October 7th, to a theater for a potential Third World War, following Hamas’ savage massacre. If emotion and the corruption of our present political class and their defense industry donors continues to govern the response to Hamas’ October 7th exercise in murderous barbarism, and the mass Palestinian civilian dead and maimed continue to mount daily, that World War becomes inevitable.
The Brilliance of the Abraham Accords Revisited
Donald Trump’s first public step in pursuit of a peace in the Middle East was his trip to Saudi Arabia, the first foreign trip of his presidency. His first goal was to secure a commitment from the Sunni Muslim states which had been implicated in sponsoring terrorist hybrid warfare, to end all involvement in terrorism.
The Saudis and others became involved in sponsoring and funding terrorist hybrid warfare at the behest of the British/American operation against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. The British spawned bastard, Zbigniew Brzezinski’s “clash of civilizations” religious warfare strategy involved fostering radical Islamic terrorist formations on the borders of the Soviet Union to bleed them in Afghanistan and spark Muslim insurgencies in the Soviet Union itself.
In addition to Afghanistan, Brzezinski and his British friends used the Muslim Brotherhood to overthrow the Shah of Iran, who was friendly to Israel, and install Khomeini who issued a Fatwah against the existence of Israel and any process of normalization or economic ties. Subsequently, these terrorist militias served British proxy interests throughout the Middle East and the world, the relationships so pliant that Jake Sullivan, now Biden’s national security advisor, reminded Hillary Clinton that “Al Qaeda is on our side in Syria.” The targets were Arab secular nationalists: Saddam Hussein in Iraq, Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, Bashar Al Assad in Syria, Gaddafi in Libya, etc. London was so famous for harboring these groups that French Intelligence dubbed it “Londonistan.” A detailed history of the British involvement is provided in Mark Curtis’ book, Secret Affairs, Britain’s Collusion with Radical Islam.
Here is Trump in Saudi Arabia in May of 2017: “I stand before you as a representative of the American People, to deliver a message of friendship and hope. That is why I chose to make my first foreign visit a trip to the heart of the Muslim world, to the nation that serves as custodian of the two holiest sites in the Islamic Faith.
“In my inaugural address to the American People, I pledged to strengthen America’s oldest friendships, and to build new partnerships in pursuit of peace. I also promised that America will not seek to impose our way of life on others, but to outstretch our hands in the spirit of cooperation and trust. Our vision is one of peace, security, and prosperity—in this region, and in the world.
“Our goal is a coalition of nations who share the aim of stamping out extremism and providing our children a hopeful future that does honor to God. Here at this summit we will discuss many interests we share together. But above all we must be united in pursuing the one goal that transcends every other consideration. That goal is to meet history’s great test—to conquer extremism and vanquish the forces of terrorism.
“Young Muslim boys and girls should be able to grow up free from fear, safe from violence, and innocent of hatred. And young Muslim men and women should have the chance to build a new era of prosperity for themselves and their peoples. With God’s help, this summit will mark the beginning of the end for those who practice terror and spread its vile creed. At the same time, we pray this special gathering may someday be remembered as the beginning of peace in the Middle East – and maybe, even all over the world.”
As opposed to diplospeak, Trump celebrated the highest achievements of Arab culture and promised that if terrorism was wiped out, major economic development would follow. With this cooperation in place, the successful war against Isis and the campaign to isolate Iran began. Trump’s open relationships with other key actors in the region, particularly Russia and Turkey, facilitated this process. He believes he would have had a deal with Iran if he was allowed to take office following the 2020 election.
From his Riyadh triumph, Trump moved on, through his son-in-law Jared Kushner, to a listening and negotiating tour throughout the region in search of a viable peace between the Islamic states and Israel and between Israel and Palestine. All the time, Kushner and Trump were opposed by the Washington establishment, which kept telling them that what they were trying to do was impossible and not in U.S. strategic interests. As this author previously noted, Bibi Netanyahu fought these agreements at each step but was outflanked by Trump.
Trump’s idea was for the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia to normalize relations with Israel amidst a generalized economic development framework for the entire area. A state for Gaza and the West Bank would be addressed in that economic development framework. $50 billion in major infrastructure projects in water and power development, and transportation, as well as modern healthcare and other services were targeted for the West Bank and Gaza. In a major breakthrough, the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, Morocco, and Kosovo all normalized their relations with Israel before Trump left office. Saudi Arabia was about to join when Hamas unleashed its October 7th attack. Iran and Saudi Arabia had also normalized relations after years of war and conflict due to Chinese intervention.
For those who doubt the impact of Trump’s intervention, listen carefully to the speech by Turki Al Faisal, the former head of Saudi intelligence, on October 17th at the Baker Institute in Houston. A man deeply involved in hybrid warfare now condemns Hamas in no uncertain terms and any armed response by Palestinians to Israeli actions. He calls for Palestinians to engage in civil disobedience rather than answering the poisonous call of terrorism, to do as India did in overthrowing the British Empire. He says Hamas has violated Islamic law by killing women, children, and old people and desecrating religious sites. He says Hamas has suffocated Saudi Arabia’s attempt to reach peaceful solution with Israel on behalf of the Palestinians, i.e, the Abraham Accords.
In 2014, the American population stopped Obama’s planned escalation of the Syrian war which harbored the same explosive potential. They bombarded Congress with the demand that Congress exercise its Constitutional prerogative to say no to war. They succeeded, the planned American bombing campaign was called off. You must do something similar now. Flood them with this demand: We want no more war; we demand a negotiated settlement in both Ukraine and Israel now. Call your Congressman now with this demand, at 202-224-3121. Call and go to the District offices with the same message.