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Hassan El-Najjar - July 10, 2013

Wars in the Middle East and Around the World: Zionist "Creative Destruction"

The Middle East is devastated with wars, civil wars, revolutions, counter revolutions, military coups, assassinations, and plots. These seem to be the works of global capitalists, who have two mutually-related objectives: looting the region's energy resources and maintaining the Israeli regional hegemony.

See also: US-Israeli Regional Hegemony

It is the process of "creative destruction" of capitalism, a notion first used by Karl Marx to describe how capitalists "annihilate" current structures in their relentless quest for more accumulations of wealth, then they annihilate accumulated wealth in continuous wars.

See also: Perpetual War, Indefinite Detention, And Torture: The U.S. And Israel’s Shared Values

The Austrian-American economist, Joseph Schumpeter, adapted this Marxist notion to the defense of capitalism. He argued that innovations and entrepreneurship lead to the destruction of old ways and introducing new, creative ways.

See also: The history and development of Zionism

Both Karl Marx and Joseph Schumpeter predicted the tragic downfall of capitalism from their different perspectives. While Marx predicted it as a result of the capitalist exploitation of workers, Shumpeter predicted it as a result of its turbulent "creative destruction," which leads intellectuals to revolt against it. [1]

Israeli Zionists and their followers in the US have used the notion and the term of "creative destruction" as their strategy and action plan in the Middle East. The ultimate outcome is a devastated region, weakened population, and governments of collaborators, which enables global capitalists achieve their ultimate objectives. An Israeli document titled "The Zionist Plan for the Middle East," authored by Oded Yinon in 1982, explained that the Middle Eastern states need to be sub-divided into a small and weak states in order for the Israeli state to be stronger than all of them, and ultimately leading it to become an empire extending from the Nile to the Euphrates (from Egypt to Iraq). [2]

Expressing the same notion, some American Zionists and Israel-firsters, led by Richard Pearle, published their own document in 1996, titled "A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm," in which they called for regime change in Iraq and containment of Syria. They wrote the document for the Israeli prime minister, Netanyahu, but the main figureheads of the coming Bush administration adopted it as a plan of action. [3]

See also: A Foreign Policy Serving Israel - Clean Break with the Road Map

The Bush administration implemented the "The Clean Break" fully by invading Iraq but did not stop there. The Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, announced in Tel Aviv, Israel, the intention of her administration to go even further in the notion of the "creative destruction" to draw a new map of the Middle East, that favors Israel. [4]  Thus, almost all of the instability that happened and still happening in the Middle East, since the establishment of Israel in 1948, can be explained as a result of the Zionist "creative destruction."

See also: The Politics of 'Creative Destruction' 

The Egyptian counter revolution, culminating in the military coup, on June 30, 2013, which overthrew the first revolutionary government, is to a great extent a copy of the overthrow of the Mossadegh government in Iran, in 1953. The CIA and MI6 used mass protests, pitting Islamists against socialists, and finally staging the military coup. [5]

See also: How Egyptian Mayhem Benefits Israeli Goals

The US has created and led a coalition of NATO and Arabian Gulf states to destroy the Sunni Islamic State resistance to the US-installed Shi'i regime in Iraq. The US renewed war on Iraq has started on Syria to destroy IS assets there first.

The Winners:

This 2014 US new war on Iraq and Syria caters to the beneficiaries of the war industry (the military-industrial-intelligence complex, the Federal Reserve, oil interests, global Zionists, and Israelis). It adds trillions of dollars more to the coffers of the war beneficiaries. At the same time, the war aims at removing another obstacle to the achievement of the ultimate Israeli plan of establishing an Empire from the Nile to the Euphrates. [6]

See also: The Soaring Profits of the Military-Industrial Complex, The Soaring Costs of Military Casualties

The Losers:

The first loser of this renewed US-led war on the Middle East is the world peace. It brings the world back to the evil years of the Cold War, in which resources of the planet were wasted in wars and militarization instead of investment in science, technology, social welfare, cooperation, and cultural understanding. [7] The second category of losers of this renewed US-led war on the Middle East  includes Arabs, Muslims, and their states. In addition to more death and destruction of their infrastructure, Arab and Muslim societies are being devastated socially and culturally. The third category of losers of this renewed US-led war on the Middle East  includes most Americans, particularly members of the middle and lower classes. These are going to be forced to pay off the trillions of dollars which will be added to the US national debt as a result of the war expenses. In order to sell the war to the indoctrinated population, the war beneficiaries maintain their relentless campaigns of compartmentalization of Americans and dehumanization of Arabs and Muslims through the Zionist media, particularly Fox News and CNN as well as through the parrot air heads in the radio stations and the newspapers. [8] & 9] The Zionist Creative Destruction in the Middle East On December 17, 2010, at 11:30 am, Muhammed Bou Azizi set himself on fire in front of the government building in his hometown of Sidi Bouzaid, Tunisia, in protest against oppression and corruption of the Tunisian dictatorial regime. [10] His heroic action was the spark the Arab masses were waiting for to start their peaceful revolutions against oppression and corruption in almost all Arab states. Using their "creative destruction," the Israelis, global Zionists, their collaborators, and their local Arab puppet regimes were capable to stop and destroy the Arab Spring by  counter revolutions, civil wars, military interventions, and military coups. Most Arab rulers were able to contain these peaceful revolutions. However, few of them couldn't, leading to temporary regime changes in Tunisia, Egypt, and Yemen. The Libyan peaceful revolution was stolen by the violent NATO air campaign, which not only  devastated the Qaddafi-led forces but it also turned Libya into a failing state with a continuous civil war. The peaceful Syrian revolution was turned into a violent civil war as a result of the US-led coalition of European and Arabian Gulf regimes as well as the interventions of Russia, Iran, and Hizbullah. In Yemen, the US drone war and the mediation of the Arabian Gulf States for a compromise preempted the revolution and led to the civil war, which may lead to the partition of the country into several mini states. In Egypt, a counter revolution culminating on June 30, 2013 sacked the Ikhwan revolutionary government and killed the dreams of Egyptians for having their own democratic government, without corruption and poverty.

See also: History: How the US Installed a Proxy “Brotherhood” Government in Egypt

Throughout the second half of the twentieth century until now, the Middle East did not enjoy any stability. Israel launched wars on the Palestinian people, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. It also launched air strikes on Iraq, Tunisia, Sudan, and Yemen. 

Britain and France attacked and occupied the Egyptian Canal area, in 1956.

The US launched a devastating war on Iraq in 1991, rather than allowing Iraqi forces to withdraw from Kuwait peacefully. The US also invaded Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003.

Iraq has become a de facto divided country into Kurdish, Sunni, and Shi'i areas. Sudan lost its south and Somalia lost its state government as a result of external intervention.

The Israeli occupation forces devastated Lebanon through the occupation of the South, the 1982 invasion, and the 2006 war.

The Palestinian people have been subjected to continuous Israeli wars of subjugation, oppression, and repression, particularly during the wars of 1948, 1956, 1967, 2009, and 2012, as well as the two Uprisings of 1988-1993 and 2000-2005. The Gaza Strip is still under a tight Israeli siege. [11]

It is so sad that the people of the Middle East are subjected to all of these horrors for no other reasons than looting their natural resources and implementing plots for the achievement of the Israeli regional empire. 




Sources: 


[1] Creative Destruction of Capitalism, A Marxist Notion Adopted by Joseph Schumpeter


[2] "The Zionist Plan for the Middle East: A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties 

By Oded Yinon. http://www.ccun.org/Zionist Plan for the MiddleEast


[3] For more about "The Clean Break" document, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Clean_Break:_A_New_Strategy_for_Securing_the_Realm


[4] Creative Destruction, The Rice-Olmert-Ledeen Project for a New Middle East By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya


[5] Mass Protests Were Used in the Overthrow of Mohammad Mosaddegh, An Old Recipe to Precede Military Coups


[6] Who Stands to Benefit Most from the US-Led War on Syria and Iraq  US Military Spending and the National Debt: Roots of the 2008 Crash of the Global Capitalist Financial System 


[7]  Report Card for US Invasion of Iraq 


[8] GROUPTHINK: The Disastrous Power Elite Tunnel Vision, to Which a Population Is Indoctrinated


[9] Terrorism & Islamo-Fascism Propaganda Campaigns  


[10] Arabs Are Revolting Against the Brutal Regimes of the Zionist Empire


[11] For more information and dates of Israeli wars on Palestinians and other Arabs, see: Persecution of Palestinians

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