A plan gaining traction in the Congress to separate Iraq into three autonomous territories directly mirrors long term globalist plans to "divide and conquer" in Iraq, an ongoing semi-covert project which has involved the intentional stoking of sectarian violence by occupying forces.
The authors, Edward P. Joseph of Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, are hoping to draw the attention of George W. Bush administration policymakers, reports Iranian news wire Press TV.
The three main spheres proposed in the report would be Shia, Sunni and Kurdistan. Iraqi Kurds already control Kurdistan. The report also acknowledges that the plan also echoes long term Council on Foreign Relations balkanization mantra.
Such a plan is not new and has been ongoing as part of the 'Salvador Option' by the US in Iraq, which has been reported on and discussed from at least the beginning of 2005 onwards.
Newsweek reported that this Pentagon or CIA handled operation "would even extend across the border into Syria, according to military insiders familiar with the discussions... The current thinking is that while U.S. Special Forces would lead operations in, say, Syria, activities inside Iraq itself would be carried out by Iraqi paramilitaries."
Veteran journalist John Pilger wrote further about the Salvador Option in the New Statesman last year, shedding light on the origins of the plot:
Former British Ambassador to the Central Asian Republic of Uzbekistan, Craig Murray, has also made clear that he suspects the ongoing sectarian violence in Iraq has been intentionally provoked and continued by US and UK special forces in occupation of the country.
Murray has stated:
Murray suspects that as part of a "divide and conquer" strategy, the same strategy used by British forces in Iraq 85 years ago, Special forces are being used to intentionally foment civil war by training and equipping Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shiite militiamen, to target Sunni insurgents and their sympathizers.
"The evidence that the US directly contributed to the creation of the current civil war in Iraq by its own secretive security strategy is compelling." Murray continues.
He goes on to point out that US Congressman Denis Kucinich took up the issue in April of this year in a letter to Donald Rumsfeld requesting all records pertaining to the plan.
Kucinich weighed in on the matter, providing further evidence that the Salvador Option was being implemented, he wrote:
There have been a number of instances that have provided evidence pointing to the fact that the Salvador Option has been invoked in Iraq. In September 2005 British SAS were caught dressed in Arab garb and attempting to stage a terror attacks on Iraqi police. The soldiers were "rescued" by British troops using extreme force and a media blackout ensued.
The 2006 bombing that shattered the famous Golden Dome of the al-Askari shrine in Samarra, one of the holiest Shia religious sites, unleashed a wave of retaliatory sectarian violence that still bloodies Iraq. Last year former CIA analyst and presidential advisor Ray McGovern went on record to state that he believed Western intelligence could have been behind the bombing of the shrine.
In a repeat of this incident just last month the shrine was bombed again, destroying its two minarets. Both Sunni and Shia Iraqis, as well as muslim clerics in other countries, accused the U.S. and the Iraqi government of being behind the bombing in order to further incite sectarian violence between the two rival Islamic groups and provide a justification for the American surge.
CNN reported that authorities had evidence that the bombing
was an "inside job", and 15 members of the Iraqi security
forces were arrested.
It has also been revealed that the US is arming its own cadre of Sunni insurgents in Iraq, in addition to British special forces also training and equipping the very insurgents they are supposed to be fighting.
In addition to the Salvador option, we have also exposed other US and Israeli policy documents stating that it would be beneficial to the overall strategy to engender strife in the region.
In 1982, Oded Yinon, an official from the Israeli Foreign Affairs office, wrote: "To dissolve Iraq is even more important for us than dissolving Syria. In the short term, it's Iraqi power that constitutes the greatest threat to Israel. The Iran-Iraq war tore Iraq apart and provoked its downfall. All manner of inter-Arab conflict help us and accelerate our goal of breaking up Iraq into small, diverse pieces."
Ethnic cleansing, maimed children and thousands of dead American soldiers are a small price to pay because for the Globalists the end always justifies the means and untold bloodshed and misery and bloodshed won't stand in their way.
That agenda was again underscored recently when Daniel Pipes, a highly influential Straussian Neo-Con media darling, who told the New York Sun that a civil war would aid the US and Israel because it would entangle Iran and Syria and enable those countries to be picked off by the new world empire without the need to sell a direct invasion to the public.
Stephen Zunes, professor of Politics and chair of the Peace & Justice Studies Program at the University of San Francisco, recently wrote,
The machinations of the Machiavellian Neocons are unfolding according to plan. In a classic example of "problem, reaction, solution", the occupiers have allowed Iraq to cascade into chaos, diluted the insurgency by manipulating it to become fractious, watched violent in-fighting ensue and are now presenting official division as the final resolution.
Balkanization of the middle east into easily controllable regions assures
that there can be no strong enough state, independent of the new world
order, to exert influence in the region, all part of the insane drive
to use America as the spearhead for globalist domination over the planet.
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