Monday, 21 February 2011

North Africa and the Middle East: Signs of things to come?

With the recent uprisings throughout North Africa and the Middle East it makes me wonder, is this the next Swine Flu, in that, is this the next epidemic? In a sense it does seem so; it certainly appears to me that this rapid movement of unrest has been timed perfectly, much like a pyrotechnics expert would do when ringing in the new year. When looking at how quickly the uprisings have escalated from country to country and now China in a spot of bother too, the conspiracy theorist in me feels that this could be a CIA operation intended to weaken the aforementioned regions. If they are destabilised then new, perhaps more favourable, dictators...err I mean democratically elected leaders could step up to the plate so to speak. Is this some kind of attempt by the elite to reduce sovereign states to mere local councils within a regional government containing it's own leaders, laws, police force and military? I know this seems to be a bit NWOish. In one sense however, this is not something new, though, in a way it is too; seeing as it is happening in such a concerted manner. Who's next? The USA, Great Britain or perhaps some European states? Is this a sign of things to come?

My bet would be on a country in Europe, if not more than one! Why? Because of the fledgling EU. If there was some kind of "dark force" at play, then they would be wanting a one world government and so regional governments containing once sovereign nations would be the first step before merging all regional governments into one; one world government. Okay so where's the tinfoil hat you say. I lost mine but all jokes aside, it does feel like the dawning of a new geopolitical age is upon us.

Today as I was reading an article on Bahrain and saw that the government has employed foreign mercenaries to act as a insitu security force. I have been a subscriber to what Alex Jones and many other Conspiracy Theorists have had to say for nearly a decade now and perhaps only about six months ago I began to treat the content as mere fiction; perhaps a new genre of fiction. However some of the topics these conspiracy types have mentioned, nearly a decade ago seems closer than it did before. One of the things Alex Jones talks about is martial law in the US and I as I said, back when he was discussing this it seemed unlikely to me. There was talk of foreign mercenaries and armies being trained on US soil; essentially, military contractors much like our all-time favourites, "Blackwater", who of course changed their name to "Xe" due to the bad rap they were garnering in Iraq. No idea how THAT came about. Now we see in Bahrain, that while the Bahrainians have to live in squalor, the imported security forces have it quite good, so why would they be on the side of the people when their employer has given them everything they need?

The rows of neat, government-subsidised, white homes accommodating the security forces, all flying a Bahraini flag from the rooftop, are largely no-go zones for citizens.

The areas have their own supermarkets and guard force, and a distinctly different feel.

"They are not from here, and it shows," activist Ali Hussein said at the Pearl roundabout. "They know nothing about Bahraini traditions. They are imported into the country        to protect the regime and given citizenship and rights that we could never get."

"They are Indians, Jordanians, Syrians and Yemenis," Khadija Haidar, a Bahraini mother, said. "They are loyal to the regime that pays them salaries, gives them a house  and a pension and says: 'You have a job for life.'

Quoted from the same article above.

It's funny, you know; I once believed in these theories, then I stopped and now...well now, I'm not so sure. If we see this happen in a larger Western democracy then what next? Is that the time to pack up and leave? I mean if this were to take place in the USA who is to say it couldn't happen anywhere? Not saying it will and I'm certainly not suggesting the conspiracy theorists are correct. What I am saying is, wow, they seem a lot closer to the truth than I had previously given them credit for.

I would love some feedback on this. While I'm not a conspiracy nut, I also don't necessarily trust the government. This whole scenario makes me wonder if some larger force is at play, attempting to destabilise the Middle East and North African regions so as to strengthen the likelihood of a regional government. Sounds a bit like 1984, I know! While it might all be a big nothing and simply a lot of events taking place, all purely coincidental and no real serious hidden threat, it does feel like something is a brewing.

Maybe in time, instead of having nation states at war, we will see these regions fighting one-another. So then what? Will the UN once and for all suggest that they run things now? You know...we can't have all this war! Then what do we have? We have a one world government and what used to be economic regions would be like states and what used to be sovereign nation states will become more like local counties or councils.

Okay so this is a far strech but simply think about it; try to look ahead and definitely post your comments below.

And as always...

You win! I ROCK!
Good night Seattle.

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