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The World is Entering Its Place on the ME Stage

Reader comment on item: Forget Syria, Target Iran
in response to reader comment: Dear Dr. Pipes

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 20, 2013 at 12:13

The perspective brought forth implying that Iran desires to promote 'peace' in the region is one that has so many implications of the agenda planned out so many years ago in France; that the air is so ripe with the fumes of ideological transformations that it is now too hard to catch a breath before the next gasp of what just might happen next. The latest transformation of the Middle East commencing in 2009 from Cairo through Tunisia, Libya and back to Egypt, then settling in Syria, can all draw its inspiration from the transformation in Iran.

The sectarianism of the fighting factions are perfect ground to plow the fodder into the next series of actions that will eventually sweep the rest of the former Roman/Greco world into the Middle East catastrophe as 'the plan tries to bring all into conformance into the novus ordo seclorum.' As mentioned by author DB, Israel is invited by default and will reluctantly be brought into the maelstrom. It is inevitable. As it is written, 'peace' is introduced as a means to foist a global agenda and the world is licking at the Popsicle of possibilities.


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