“Greater Israel” or “Greater Khazaria”?
• Israeli plan for Mideast empire aided by IS.
By Ronald L. Ray —
Divide and conquer is an age-old strategy for empire-builders. Drive your opponents to fight among themselves, then pillage and subjugate them. Josef Stalin successfully employed this method in World War II, with the fawning complicity of Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt. Now the Zionists—and their American lackeys—are doing the same to establish Israeli hegemony throughout the Middle East and North Africa. And it was long planned. But is the intention merely for “Greater Israel”—“from the Nile to the Euphrates,” as Theodor Herzl proclaimed—or is this the first step toward a world empire we should call “Greater Khazaria”?
In 1982, the World Zionist Organization’s Department of Information, their propaganda arm, published “A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties,” by Oded Yinon. This “Yinon Plan” has been followed for decades by Israel in order to establish “Greater Israel.”
Recently, the German-language website “National Journal” illustrated the surprising, key role the Islamic State (IS), also known as ISIS, plays in the success of this Zionist quest for regional domination—although ostensibly Israel’s enemy.
The Yinon Plan stated that Iraq was then the greatest obstacle to an Israeli Middle Eastern empire and control of the area’s wealth of natural resources. The first stage was to weaken both Iran—an Israeli ally under the shah—and Iraq through war against each other. After this, the American invasion in 2003 was to lead to the division of Iraq into three smaller, ethno-religious states operated by Sunni and Shiite Muslims in the middle and south, and a new Kurdistan in the north.
ISIS is the means by which Israel and the United States—which established, trained and supplied the terrorist organization—have nearly succeeded in the tripartition.
It is no accident that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the Kurds “deserve” their own country for being “brave fighters” against ISIS. Ironically, he denies the same courtesy to the brave Palestinians resisting Israeli occupation.
But do not expect Israel to help destroy ISIS.
“When your enemies are fighting each other, don’t strengthen either one of them; weaken both,” said Netanyahu on NBC’s Meet the Press on June 22.
Nevertheless, the Balkanization of the Middle East is not just a Jewish strategy, as the U.S., Great Britain and the European Union (EU) are key players. American neoconservatives led by Richard Perle developed an amplification of the Yinon Plan in 1996 named A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm and The Atlantic and Armed Forces Journal published maps in 2006 and 2008, which demonstrate that U.S. military strategy is also founded on the same sinister intentions.
As this newspaper has reported, Israel and its U.S. and EU puppets have waged constant war for years against all the countries named by Yinon, and more: Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Iraq, Syria.
According to the plan, Iran, Turkey, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and nations from Nigeria to Pakistan will fall under the Zionist sword. By fomenting racial, ethnic and religious strife, the Zionist hegemons intend to create a patchwork of smaller, ethnically and religiously homogenous states and enclaves too weak and factionalized to resist Israel, the new dominating force in the region. African Negroes will be separated from Arabs and Berbers, as will the various Muslim sects from each other and from the Christians and pagan religions. And while wars rage elsewhere, Israel will “quietly” eradicate the “Palestinian problem.”
While this may seem contrary to the single government desired by the New World Order, it will actually further that cause by preventing any large opponent to the Judaeo-Freemasonic overlords from arising.
The complete destruction of Christianity is likewise a cornerstone of this U.S.-Israeli strategy. As we see happening under IS, the most ancient Christian communities are being eradicated through savage murder and expulsion. Then French President Nicolas Sarkozy cynically told the Maronite Catholic patriarch from Lebanon in 2011 that “Syria will fall,” and the Christians can come live in the EU—hardly a consolation. No help will come from the West for the Catholics and Orthodox now being martyred to satisfy corrupt American and Israeli interests. When the Christians are gone, expect that the Muslims will be eliminated, too, leaving a “racially pure” Middle East and North Africa for the Khazarian Jews who run Israel.
But is that all? Zionist greed knows no limits, and the Israel-friendly Caucasus states and present conflict in Jewish-controlled Ukraine—the former heart of the Khazarian Empire—seem intended to extend the Zionist hegemony even further. Recent Israeli emigrations to Berlin and Weimar, Germany, suggest designs on that country, too. Poland had better watch its back.
Will the nations of the world face reality and put down the diabolical Zionist threat, or will we see Greater Khazaria arise from the Nile to the Rhein?
Ronald L. Ray is a freelance author and an assistant editor of THE BARNES REVIEW. He is a descendant of several patriots of the American War for Independence.