December 22, 2012
The clash of civilizations agenda is beginning to take hold outside of Aleppo, Syria, a city controlled by the CIA’s al-Qaeda mercenaries.
The English version of al-Akhbar, a news website produced in Beirut, Lebanon, reports that “Syrian opposition groups that have taken control of Aleppo’s countryside are deploying a religious police force to enforce new laws, such as barring women from driving and making prayer compulsory.”
Following the defeat of the Alawi Shiite regime of al-Assad in Syria, the plan is to install fanatical Wahhabi Sunnis in much the same way they were installed in Libya after the defeat and murder of Muammar Gaddafi. Gaddafi’s Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya was destroyed and replaced by the rule of austere Sunni Islamists despite the fact most Libyans subscribe to a moderate version of Islam where individual liberties are respected.
The most powerful military leader in Libya is Abdel Hakim Belhaj, the former al-Qaeda commander who led a terrorist organization that killed U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. In October 2011, Belhaj ordered the implementation of Sharia law in Libya.
Following the defeat of Gaddafi, al-Qaeda in Libya offered its weapons and “assistance” to the Free Syrian Army, which is composed largely of fanatical al-Qaeda mercenaries. “There is something being planned to send weapons and even Libyan fighters to Syria,” a Libyan source told the Telegraph in November, 2011. “There is a military intervention on the way. Within a few weeks you will see.”
The al-Qaeda dominated Revolutionary Military Council in Aleppo is controlled by the Saudis. A “video posted on YouTube by opposition activists shows a prominent member of the Saudi virtue police, Abdallah al-Hattel, in a pickup truck in the suburbs of Aleppo calling on people to attend to their prayers,” Basel Dayoub writes for al-Akhbar.
For globalist bankers and transnational corporatists, the plan is to install fanatical Sunni Wahhabi Islamists across the Middle East under the cover of the so-called “Arab Spring.” In addition to al-Qaeda, the reactionary Muslim Brotherhood – lavishly funded and supported by Saudi Wahhabis – has played an instrumental role in eradicating both secularism and the arch-enemy of fanatical Sunnis, Shia Muslims.
Despite a Western propaganda campaign against the Wahhabi-inspired – and Saudi Wahhabi funded – Taliban in Afghanistan, the ultra-austere group was preferred by the ruling elite and transnational corporations. “If the Taliban leads to stability and international recognition then it’s positive,” said Unocal executive vice president Chris Taggart prior to the attacks of September 11, 2001 and the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan.
For the global elite and the financial power-brokers on Wall Street and the City of London, wild-eyed al-Qaeda fanatics enforcing mandatory prayer at gunpoint, torching liquor stores, demolishing tombs, and murdering Christians is preferred to secular societies and the rule of law. The sort of pan-Arab nationalism and socialism — and a financial system not controlled by Wall Street — espoused by the likes of a Gaddafi is now in the process of being replaced with a brand of medieval autocratic rule more effectively controlled by the global ruling elite.
As David Livingstone notes, prior to the First World War, when the British moved to defeat and replace the Ottoman Empire in the Middle East, they promoted a version of Islam established by Mohammed Ibn Adbul Wahhab.
As part of their “strategy of Divide and Conquer, the British hoped to pit the Arab Muslims against their Turkish brothers. The only way to do so was to find a loophole in Islamic law whereby the Arabs could declare the Turks as apostates,” and “Abdul Wahhab was the instrument by which the British were able to insinuate this vile idea into the Muslims of the Arabian Peninsula.”
Because Wahhabism advocates sectarianism and murder in the name of opposing so-called apostates, it is the perfect control mechanism – and that is why it now rules Libya and will soon control Syria (and eventually a secular Lebanon).
In addition to capturing Africa in the Saharan Maghreb, the ultimate game plan is to take out Shia-dominated Iran, the arch-enemy of the Wahhabi monarchies in the Persian Gulf and the globalist client state of Israel.