Getting to KNOW your Government Seven Countries in Five Years
There are documents that reveal that the so-called Arab Spring started not in the Muslim world, but from plans in the United States to take over the Middle East and its natural resources for the Western world. But their “Arab Spring” is not going the way they originally intended, and it has now turned into a harsh winter. And this is to say to America that even though you plan, there is a Planner over and above your plans that fulfills the scripture that says you will lay a trap and get caught in it; you will dig a ditch for others, but you will fall in it yourself.
Four-star US Army Gen. Wesley Clark said that ten years before 9/11 Paul Wolfowitz, the NEOCON architect of Bush’s War on Iraq, told him (Clark) of their plans to “clean out” the Middle East and take over those Muslim regimes. Just days after 9/11 Clark was shown a Pentagon memo that describes how they planned “to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and then Iran—five years and seven countries.”
They call this plan the “The Greater Middle East Project,” but for the public and the media they are calling it “The ARAB SPRING.” It has been revealed by journalist and historian F. William Engdahl that some of the “protest” leaders were trained to be “instigators” in Belgrade, Serbia, by activists of Canvas (the Center for Applied Non-Violent Actions and Strategies) and Otpor (a youth movement that played a significant role ousting the former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic). All of this is financed by the US State Department.
He says that the ultimate goal of the US is to take the resources of Africa and Middle East under military control in order to block economic growth in China and Russia, thus taking the whole of Eurasia under control.
They want the vast wealth and they want to “militarize the oil sources in such places as Libya and the so-called Republic of South Sudan, that are directly strategic to China’s future economic growth,” says Engdahl.
“This is all about controlling Eurasia, something Zbignew Brzezinski talked about back in 1997” in his famous book The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives.
And the results are already there: in Egypt and Tunisia the democracy has already brought a weak economy; while Libya, the country with the highest living standards in all of Africa before the NATO bombings, today is in ruins.
“The AFRICOM [the Pentagon’s Africa command] is co-ordinating the scene,” F. William Engdahl says, mentioning that “interestingly enough [AFRICOM] was created just after 2006 China’s Africa diplomacy, when 40 heads of African nations were invited to Beijing and enormous deals were signed on oil exploration, building hospitals and infrastructure—anything the IMF did not do in Africa over the last 30 years.”
“For the ‘Gods of Money’ of Wall Street, the only chance of survival and keeping [the] dollar now is finding new areas of loot. The Arab Spring is directed at grabbing and privatizing the vast wealth of the Arab world,” Engdahl concludes.
Engdahl warns that the US is building more and more bases around the world, such as 17 new, mostly Air Force, bases in Afghanistan to be ready for the new war with China or probably Russia.
“[The] major world powers, new and old, also face a novel reality: while the lethality of their military might is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people.”