Monday, April 01, 2013

In Syria the sides Sunni against Shiite are taking shape.

 In Syria the sides Sunni against Shiite are taking shape as Lebanese Premier Resigns as Syrian War Fuels Sectarian Split, Syria opposition to assume Arab League seat , Israel prepares for the change...

* Lebanese Premier Resigns as Syrian War Fuels Sectarian Split: Advisers to Prime Minister Najib Mikati said he had resigned to protest the cabinet’s refusal to extend the tenure of the national police chief, viewed by many Sunni Muslims in Lebanon as their only remaining protector in the country’s deeply politicized security forces. He also objected to Parliament’s failure to agree on rules to govern elections set for later this year.

*Israel prepares for Assad's downfall, turns its attention to Lebanon: "Hezbollah and Iran understand that [President Bashar] Assad's fate is sealed, and they're preparing for the day after,” Israeli military intelligence chief Major General Aviv Kochavi said earlier this month at the 2013 annual Herzliya Conference in Israel on regional and global security, according to the daily.

"They are trying and in some cases succeeding to obtain air defense capabilities, shore-to-sea missiles, surface-to-surface missiles and other capabilities,” he said, referring to Iran and Lebanon’s Hezbollah. To deal with the changing reality of its neighbors, the daily said Israel was also changing assignments of some of its northern divisions to focus on Lebanon.

"I believe that if the Syrian conflict goes on and on and on, there is a real risk of an explosion in the Middle East, and then there will be no way to cope with the challenge from the humanitarian, political and security perspective," said Guterres. The United Nations says more than 1.1 million Syrians have fled mostly to Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon and Turkey, and some four million others have been displaced inside their war-torn country. Much too late and the middle east breakdown will not be stopped or controlled.

The sides Sunni against Shiite are taking shape. Now that we know how involved Russia, Iran and Hezbollah are in the slaughtering that is going on around the country that is beginning to look like the beginning of their fight not nearing the end.You have to be very concerned about what is happening in Syria especially. 

Russia, China, and Iran are not going to allow Syria to fall to Democracy. What we saw after the voter fraud in Iran was mild compared to what the IRG will do if this movement spreads to Iran. I really wish Bashar would step down but Iran is the elephant in the room any way you look at it. The total middle east breakdown we have written about numerous times is well under way. We can only hope we keep it from erupting into WW3.

By attacking and defeating Iraq we freed Iran up to pursue her version of new middle East order by interfering wherever she could while Bush was doing the same thing with his Middle East Democratization program. I think you can see how successful Bush and Cheney were with chaos creating Middle East Democracy program but you are barely seeing the results they created in Iran.

The goal absolutely is to be the country who decides which direction the new Middle East (dis)order will take. Bush started it by attacking Iraq to get into the middle east to destabilize it and start the new middle east order the idiot said God told him to do now it will be up to Iran and Saudi Arabia at least up front fight it out whether this goes the Iranian Shiite way or the Saudi Arabian Sunni way and do not forget Israel!


*The total middle east breakdown Sunni against Shiite is well under way. Iraq can't afford to help Iran as Iraq is busy blowing itself. I have changed my thought on this and think this developing middle east sectarian war could be a good thing if the United States, Russia, and China can remain on the side lines.

1 comment:

Demeur said...

Last I heard from the Russians is that they don't care what happens to Assad. Could you blame them? After the long wars in Afghanistan and Chechnea (sic) I believe the russians people are tired of continuous war as much as us.

I'd be interested in seeing what Richard Engel has to report on this having spent many years in the region.