The blue print for the current mess in the Middle East is the result of the new Protocol of Elders of Neozion aka A Clean Break that was written on the orders of Benjamin Netanyahu when he became prime minister for the first time in 1996. The authors of the new Protocols, mostly holding US-Israel dual citizenship, later held senior positions within George Bush administration.
The Clean Break which became a new version of Bible for both Israel and Zionist-controlled United States, envisioned a destabilized, weak, and at war among nation-states in the Middle East. The authors believed that the US interests in the region would not be served as desired by peace treaties (Camp David, 1979, and Oslo 1993), but by “divide and conquer”, and regime change through “preemptive” and “humanitarian” wars.
On March 2, 2007, US General (ret) Wesley Clark, with Jewish family roots, claimed that United States had planned to occupy seven countries in five years: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.
Four of those countries, Iraq, Libya, Somalia and Sudan, have been eliminated as possible future threat to the Zionist entity. Currently, the remaining three, Syria, Lebanon and Iran are under cross-fire.
Israel shares borders only with Syria and Lebanon, and not with Iran. Syria, a US ally under Assad dynasty, has never attacked Israel. It did not even try to recapture Golan Heights occupied by Israel in 1967.
The main reason Israel wants to bring regime changes in Tehran and Damascus is because both regimes support Lebanon against Israel. Lebanon is a thorn in Israel’s eyes because it’s home to the largest Palestinian community outside occupied Palestine (here), and home to Islamic Resistance Hizbullah that defeated Jewish army twice, in 2000 and 2006.
Lebanon appeared on Zionist Jewish hit list in 1919, when the World Zionist Congress delegation at the Paris Peace Conference said the Lebanese Litani River, Golan Heights and Jordan Valley (West Bank), were “essential for the necessary economic foundation of the new state for Jews. It must have the control of Arab rivers and headwaters.”
As result of its 1967 aggression, Israel gained control of waters of the West Bank and the Sea of Galilee – but not the Litani River. The West Bank’s mountain aquifer and Sea of Galilee provides 60% of Israel’s freshwater needs – over one billion cubic meters per year.
After WWI, Syria (al-Sham) became French colony and Palestine, Trans-Jordan, and Iraq British colonies. French divided al-Sham on religion basis; Lebanon for Christians and Syria for Muslims. In 1940, British colonists traded the Golan Heights to the French in exchange for territory in present day Jordan (here). Both occupied Golan Heights and Shebaa Farms are great source of water supplies to the illegal Jewish settlers.
A few days ago, Israeli media reported huge discovery of oil reserves that could replace Israel’s oil import for decades.