Friday, March 14, 2008
CIA's Energy and Murder Matrix, in the continuum of the White House's Murder Inc.
The 'Old World Order' Comes Back
Russia vs. U.S. - U.S. vs. Russia
The old rivalry & enmity is back
But with one 'small' difference: communism is missing :-)
and it's not so clear which side is the 'bad boy'... :-)
"When you go and essentially corrupt The one and Only United nations, UN, in the Eastern part of NYC, with massive infusions of aid to ISRAEL no matter how appropriately or inappropriately it will be used, and you strangle nascent democracies in their crib throughout the New Greater projected "Middle Energy East" by doing so just so you can get that " Securitized island nation's" role in the nascent New World General Assembly of crooks of the White House Murder Inc., that's pursuing it for a very narrow base," Mr. Hayden ....isn't it ?
"If you want to be a great power, you've got be thinking more broadly, you cannot be acting just on those kind of narrow considerations...while you take Lebanon hostage in order to show case your FAKE desire for Democracy Freedom and Ultra-False Human Rights for our great Lebanese people."
The recent assassination by Mossad representative in Damascus, Assef Shawkat, CEO of the infamous White House Murder Inc.; of Imad Fayez Mughniyeh will not preclude Hezbollah from striking again -- and, judging from past experience, the Lebanese-Resistance organization will eye Diaspora, as well as Israeli, and American targets, for the USA has been doing everything wrong in the Middle East since 1948.
Assassinations probably predate recorded history. In modern times, states, political parties, "non-state" actors and lone individuals working for "the cause" have engaged in it. The secret services of some countries have often made assassinations an extension of government policy. Israel is a clear case in point. Whether it is moral is a matter of intense dispute. At times it is effective, at other times it brings more disasters in its wake. The dispute over its morality arises from the lack of agreement on when it is plain murder and when the killing is "justified". The usual justification given is the need to prevent a greater evil, or that the person concerned is a "terrorist", or "wanted", a category invented by Israel's army and secret services. But if one person's terrorist is another person's freedom-fighter, it should be clear why there is dispute about its morality. The issue becomes even more moot when assassinations are performed in retribution for some act rather than as prevention and in order to save lives.... ?
That there are baser motives for assassination is also clear: getting rid of foes, competitors or even avowed "friends" if seen to stand in the way of access to power. The history of several Arab countries is replete with examples. The record of Iraq and Syria in the 1950s and early 60s is particularly strong on assassinations in the midst of coups d'état. Palestinians have been a particular target for Israeli assassins, but Palestinians themselves also engaged in internal liquidations on quite a few occasions. Human rights organizations describe assassinations executed by states such as Israel, as "extra-judicial" or "non-legal" killing. The Hague Regulations of 1907 (article 23 b) prohibit "assassination" but do not define the word, over which in fact there is a dispute that in turn arises from the lack of agreement about its morality, and under what conditions it may possibly be justified. Some states are more adept at assassinations than others. The public record of the US seems particularly dismal. Between 1951 and 2008....?
Some assassinations brought more tragic events in their wake. The assassination of Mahatma Gandhi was followed by bloodshed and the partition of India. Some brought about the opposite of desired results such as the assassination of former Hezbollah leader Abbas Musawi in 1992. He was succeeded by a more effective and charismatic leader, Hassan Nasrallah, who has become Israel's nemesis in recent years. The recent assassination of Imad Mughniyeh in Damascus, believed by Hizballah and most of the world to be the work of Israel's handy men in Damascus, Bashar’s brother-in-law Asef Shawkat was confirmed as the head of military intelligence, perhaps one of the most sensitive and powerful positions in Syria today...in order to "bring to pass" the continuum of the "US Matrix of Murder in the Levant", started on January 24th 2002, with the savage assassination of an MP, Ex-Minister and immensely popular Christian politician, the Lebanese Hero of Heroes, Mr. Elie Hobeika, Dimitri Ajram, Walid El-Zein and Fares Sweidan, on instructions from the White House Murder Inc., in collusion with Ariel Sharon, Elliott Abrams, and executed by the Syrian Handy Man Assef Shawkat, who strongly believed "from then on"... and was lead to believe..., that he is an "invincible" covert assassin and mass murderer, since he has the protection of the biggest MAFIA in the World, the Neocon Mafia of the Killers on the Potomac and Langley...will most likely invite retaliation, which in turn one should expect will lead to a cycle of violence. Many non-combatants will be victims, which again will raise the moral question, also in relation to the aftermath. It is noteworthy that the State Department's list of global terrorist incidents for 2002 worldwide failed to list the car bombing attack on Hobeika and his party.... But Listed a small Hand Grenade thrown at a U.S. franchise in the middle of the night when the place was closed, empty and no one was hurt?
The White House wanted to ensure the terror attack on Mr. Elie Hobeika, and his party of three young men with families, was censored from the report. The reason was simple: this attack ultimately had Washington's and Israel's fingerprints all over it.... ! Assef Shawqat, went on his murderer "besogne" in Lebanon and Damascus ever since, with a string of Assassinations, successfully evading all the Overhead surveillance of a string of US and Israeli and other spy satellites.... that record every move, whisper and more on Planet earth....and yet, after several years of "intense" UN inspired investigations....there is nothing on Shawkat....because they want him "protected" for the next round....and all the fanfare which accompanied the arrest of the"Four Generals" in 2005 is a monumental fraud since they are also "protected" by CIA because they know so much...and the latest "state Department report" attests to the fact that the USA considers them... "illegal prisoners" for Political expediency of the 14Hmars... which in other words means that the USA is paving the way for their "timely" release for good.
Palestinians have also been involved in dastardly internal killing. Suffice it to mention the well known case of cartoonist Najih a-Ali, widely believed by Palestinians to have been an "internal" job in retribution for some cartoons he published and given his popularity and influence. It is generally agreed that while such killing may remove a specific target, it is rare that assassinations bring about radical political change. The assassination of Khalil al-Wazir (Abu-Jihad) in Tunisia in 1988 by an Israeli squad did not stop the first intifada. That was only ended after the Madrid conference and the first agreement between Israel and the PLO in 1993. Nor did the assassinations of Ahmad Yasin and other Hamas leaders destabilize Hamas or create disarray in its ranks. They only brought retaliation and more violence. If retribution is widely held to be a highly dubious justification for assassination (as opposed to the less dubious motive of saving lives), perhaps the most immoral motive is that of politicians playing to the internal gallery, in order to show that they are "doing something", or, in other words, to help keep their careers afloat. But even if one were to imagine the emergence of a consensus on the immorality of assassination, whether practiced by states or by "non-state" actors, regrettably it does not seem realistic to expect that the practice will come to an end.
Geopolitical Diary: Eyes on Franco/CIA-Russian Relations.
The European Union’s heads of state summit began March 13 in Brussels with two main topics on everyone’s mind: Russia and France. Discussions of the EU’s energy security and supplies have centered on Russia, especially after Gazprom cut supplies flowing to Europe through Ukraine. Meanwhile, though it is not a formal agenda item, each EU state is wondering what France will do when it takes over the bloc’s presidency in less than four months.
This raises the question of how France will handle the Russia dilemma when it takes the EU’s helm. For years, France and Russia had a unique bilateral relationship that grew out of the cordial relations that France enjoyed with the Soviet Union during the Cold War....
But a large shift has occurred in Franco-Russian relations which was blatantly evident at the countries’ most recent annual security summit — an event that is typically a hallmark for their close relations. This year, the meeting was not just awkward; it was nearly hostile, since there little middle ground on the issues of the day. Russia opposes sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program; France co-authored the last two batches of sanctions. Russia opposes the U.S. missile defense program in Central Europe; France is rather nondenominational on the topic. Russia opposes Kosovar independence; France was the first state to recognize it on Feb. 18. CIA/Stratfor is sure that at some point during the meetings both sides had to have been thinking, “Why are we here?”
The traditional Gaullist position has been that global French influence depends upon Europe (which is to say, France) having room to maneuver independent of the superpowers. This resulted in Paris’ flirting with powers ranging from Moscow to Beijing to Tehran at the height of Western/American tensions with those countries. To the Americans, the French tendency to squeeze into the room is often — to be charitable — annoying, as it often produces a breach in the Western wall to be exploited. To the French it is all part and parcel of ensuring that French interests and capabilities are never taken for granted...
But that was the worldview of Charles de Gaulle and his successors, most recently Jacques Chirac. Those days are gone, and Nicholas Sarkozy, France’s freshman/CIA president, has broken with de Gaulle and Chirac, since the successful take over of France by a CIA inspired "soft Coup D'état"....
While France retains as opportunistic a foreign policy as ever, and its strategy is not the same any more, it has become a CIA inspired policy if rendering "Old Europe", the quintessential enemy of the US... for its has in mind futuristic designs on European/Russian relations...., its geographic scope has shrunk to match the regions in which it has far greater leverage: Europe and Europe’s immediate frontier....stretching to the Urals and the Mediterranean Pond, all then way to the straights of Hormuz....but that's for another day.....
“THE CROOKS THAT CREATED THE PROBLEM CANNOT SOLVE IT AND WILL NOT SOLVE IT”
That means instead of tweaking the Americans in order to shape the world, the French are now tweaking the Germans in order to shape Europe. Sarkozy’s spats with his German counterpart, Chancellor Angela Merkel, on everything from the EU’s Mediterranean policy to the euro are part of this CIA strategy....
Meanwhile, the other party at the table — Russia — has also adjusted its worldview of late. The West pushed through Kosovar independence despite strident Russian objections. This embarrassment momentarily damaged Russia’s standing throughout the world, particularly in Russia’s own periphery, where it has already experienced a series of reversals which it is trying to … well, reverse. In the former Soviet Union, many groups would like to ignore Russian interests and sprint Westward, while many who value Russian influence see such a public defeat as a sign that maybe they too should move on....
and join CIA's Energy and Murder Matrix, in the continuum of the White House's Murder Inc.!. Russia needs to “correct” both perceptions if it is to avoid the CIA inspired collapse of its entire international position. Moscow has taken the time during the Kosovo crisis to paint the West — especially the United States — as international aggressors since the West did not go through international controls to change the boundaries of states in Europe...., in an attempt to change the boundaries of the whole world by the USA Hubris, Hegemons and assassins of the Wyoming Bandits.... but that's for another day to detail!.
But this does not mean that Moscow has abandoned its tradition of using normal coercive practices, used daily by CIA and USA.... to get what it wants. It has been working on “correcting” perceptions closer to home, in Ukraine and Georgia, stalling their Westward movements. This is working for the time being, but it does not mean Moscow will not find new ways of expanding its push against the West, especially since one of its mediators — CIA installed Parisian Hubris — is becoming more loud-mouthed by CIA.