Dr. Mark Christian, an Egyptian-born former Muslim who served in the Egyptian military, told World Net Daily earlier this week the refugee crisis in Europe is an orchestrated event.
“The media is making this out to be a spontaneous refugee crisis when this is actually a very organized event,” Christian said.
The flood of refugees into Europe is designed to put pressure on the West and provide a pretext for an invasion of Syria, the removal of Bashar al-Assad, and the installation of a Sunni government, Christian claims.
In May declassified US Defense Intelligence Agency documents from 2012 revealed the United States and its partners in the Gulf states and Turkey supported the Islamic State and plan to establish a Salafist principality in Syria.
Christian, who heads up the Global Faith Institute in Nebraska, told the Hungarian Times the goal since the presidency of George W. Bush and the reign of the neocons at the Pentagon has been to remove Bashar al-Assad in Syria, Saddam Hussein in Iraq, Moamar Gadaffi in Libya, Hosni Mubarak in Egypt and other secular leaders in the Middle East and North Africa and replace them with radical Sunnis.
The Muslim Brotherhood, a documented CIA and British intelligence asset, failed to install a Sunni government in Egypt. The country is now ruled by a military dictatorship.
Dan Sanchez, writing for AntiMedia, warns “if the hawks were to get their wish of seeing Assad finally overthrown and his forces dismantled, there would then be zero local resistance to ISIS, Syrian Al Qaeda, and the other jihadist groups completely overrunning Syria.”
35 Million Migrants
On Saturday Hungary’s minister for foreign affairs and trade, Peter Szijjártó, said the number of migrants rushing into Europe could exceed 35 million.
“It’s a self delusion to call this situation a migration crisis; it is a massive migration of nations, with inexhaustible reserves,” Szijjártó said.
“I don’t think that the analysis results, stating that 30-35 million people out there could possibly become migrants, would be an exaggeration.”
“Libya, Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are all countries with a huge population and an extremely unstable situation,” he added.
Moreover, according to United Nations data, 75 percent of the migrants entering Europe are men, and only 51 percent are Syrian.
“Of the 366,402 refugees who arrived by crossing the Mediterranean Sea so far in this year, 51 percent — 186,865 — have been Syrian, up 5 percent from last month,” the International Business Times reported on September 6.
“Far behind at 12 percent are Afghans, and ranking third are Eritreans at 8 percent. The remaining 29 percent included refugees from Nigeria, Iraq, Sudan and Somalia.”