The New Middle East vs. the Arab Spring
As the destabilization program of the Arab Spring goes into full swing, pitting everyone against each other, attention in the region remains absorbed as attempts to make the region more manageable and exploitable is at hand.
In 2006, Prime Minister Olmert and Secretary Rice informed international media that the “New Middle East” was being launched from Lebanon.
According to Press TV, A memorandum to US President Obama from Bruce Riedel (adviser on foreign policy to US President Barack Obama and also director for Near East and North African Affairs in the US National Security Council states:
“Saudi Arabia is the world’s last absolute monarchy” and that “like [France’s] Louis XIV, King Abdullah has complete authority.”
“Revolutionary change in the kingdom would be a disaster for American interests across the board,”
The United States would have “serious option for heading off a revolution” if it is going to happen in Saudi Arabia, which is Washington’s oldest ally in the Middle East.
Maybe this is the wake up call that Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib referred to when he said that Saudi would return to its senses with the hope that it will blow a wind of change for Muslims.
The bubble of optimism burst for those who believed that success was in sight when Palestine’s Abbas obtained UN observer status which was followed by Turkey removing the obstacle that granted Israel a tentative place in NATO, and UN observer status. Now it transpires that Palestine has yet to obtained UN observer status as Ariel Sharon remains alive but in a 7 year coma.
No matter how much the UAE, and Saudi Arabia knock off their neighbours it seems that their hand in it a has a very high price, a price that only the very thing that global governance fears taking place – a true peoples democracy that can distinguish the truth from the lies even amongst their own!
There are peoples from every region in Egypt right now — even the Jews, and the reason for this that rides on the wind!