Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Power plays in the Middle East. Hezbollah says Saudi Arabia forced Lebanese PM to quit....

via Reuters.
Lebanon’s Shi‘ite Hezbollah group on Sunday accused Saudi Arabia of forcing Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri to quit, and called for calm in an effort to contain the political crisis unleashed by his resignation.
Story here. 

Wow.  This story is from this weekend and it got no air time.  Saudi Arabia is making power moves all over the place (or desperation moves) and no one is noticing.

You do get the force of connection here don't you?

The ground is being laid for the next war in Lebanon.  I can see it now, and of course it'll break down along religious/sectarian lines.

Israel will intercede to maintain a buffer zone, Lebanese Christians (what few are left) will align with Israel and the rest will all form a nice, tight furball fighting whoever runs in front of their sights.

Yep.  My hope for things to settle down now that ISIS is taking its death breath was so STUPID, I can't believe I actually thought it a possibility.  Once again the so called tin foil hat crowd got it right.  ISIS was obviously a pawn being used by the players in the region.  I don't know if the mass migration was part of the game plan (I hope not) but the chaos and death was certainly figured into the equation.  I've heard the theories and I believe one of them fiercely (dealing with pipelines) but can't understand how anyone in their right mind could unleash all this pain and suffering on a region and consider it just a part of doing business. 

The evil we saw in the Church shooting in Texas pales to those that are playing games with people's lives on the international level in places like Libya, North Africa, Central Africa and of course Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. I hope these real demons fry in hell.

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