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One fewer potential rival to worry about

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 23, 2012 at 03:50

laisa1942 wrote :

>Syria like Egypt- .Democracy ??? see the results in the second, and the same applies to the first.<

"Democracy" is just a slogan, a means to the end called "world hegemony". The real power rests with big corporations and banks that hire and fire politcians who fool us to choose them to make later laws against us and on behalf of their corporate masters .

"Democracy" is used therefore principally to harm, undermine and paralyze potential rivals to the global hegemony like the late USSR or China. It is NEVER used to tame and humanize inhuman but obedient vassals and chaindogs of the hegemon like Saudi Arabia or Qatar.

>I ask myself : does the west really think that the rebels are simple, peace loving, freedom searching elements= do they know who they are?who sponsors them??<

Don't you really know the answer to the question? It is the West itself , i.e. the US hegemon that hires and sponsors them to do the job on his behalf. The hegemon is weak , burdened with exorbitant debt and internal problems, and he knows that only by making his main rival -China- even weaker he can remain the undisputed hegemon. So in whatever important place he creates chaos and anarchy the Chinese can't get necessary resources to grow and consolidate their power. They lost Libya's oil, now they are losing Syria's oil and other strategic resources and geoplitical assets. It's part of a larger global game for the ultimate mastery in the world.

>The caliphate is on the making again, and europe will not be a problem( it is already conquered by numbers and by indifference, atheism of europeans.)<

From the point of view of the hegemon it is good news.One fewer potential rival to worry about.

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