Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Genocides are Bad for Technology, Bad for Business

After many years in power, the leaders of the nations know what their neighbors want and what they don't want. They have history together. They have waged wars on each other and aligned with each other against other nations, and in the case of the Middle East, their relationships have gone back thousands of years. The Middle East is the cross-roads of civilizations that go back 60,000 years or more. Cultures live together in close proximity, and in diversity there is also a sense of unity, because they have lived together for so long.

There is a continuum of frequency around the world, but also between Iran, Iraq and Syria. Theirs is  based on the principles of equality, but the application of the principles is technology and having a strong financial foundation, which Iraq had had. Saddam Hussein encouraged education and prosperity, and discouraged terrorism. Iraq had oil reserves and the money went to help the people. He understood the historical significance of Iraq, and considered Iraq to be equal to all the other nations.

As the result of war, the borders between nations were redrawn across cultures, which led to great turmoil in the Middle East and greater influence from England and the United States in the region.
A series of wars followed, which set the stage for the Iraq War, which devolved not as a war but as a genocide.

The Iran/Iraq War lasted eight years and it was one of the most horrific conflicts in the history of the planet. They used chemical weapons on each other, and so making technological advances in nuclear and chemical programs were vital to the security of both nations, but also oppressive to the people. The United States played a major role in that war as an ally to Saddam Hussein. The WMD that were found after the Iraq War came from the Iran/Iraq War.

Then came the Gulf War, which set the stage for the Pentacle of Power to form. Saddam Hussein went to the Arab League and protested that the UN sanctions had killed 500,000 Iraqi children, and Madelaine Albright, the Secretary of State under President Clinton, when asked whether it was worth it, answered yes. Saddam Hussein assumed the other Arab leaders would side with him, but they didn't because of the oil relationships. 

Before the Iraq War started, Saddam Hussein sent his nuclear scientists to Iran, a kind of peace offering in hopes that Iran would side with him against the United States, but Iran saw no obligation to defend Saddam Hussein. Iran's focus was on becoming equal to the other nuclear powers, and that gesture allowed Iran to focus on building its nuclear program, but also to gain power in the region.

Iran went to other nations in the region to draw support, and that including Yemen and Russia.

When no WMD were found by UN weapons inspectors, the preemptive strike backlashed on George W. Bush. He didn't get control of the oil reserves. He started a conflict he couldn't end.

President Saleh was also interested in creating a nuclear power program, and so a strange alliance was formed between Yemen and Iran. He saw the collapse of the US power base as his opportunity to function on a higher level, and he took his power games one step further. His nuclear program ended quickly due to lack of support.

Bashar al Assad is a doctor who got dragged into the family business of being dictators of Syria. His focus is on making money, and having a strong financial foundation. For years, Syria influenced Lebanon, who was in crisis because of terrorism. They were eventually driven out of Lebanon.

President Saleh was the man behind the rise of ISIS as part of his web of deceit. His goal was to become the emperor of the planet, and he used the prophecy of the caliphate to his advantage.

The truth is, the plan for the international government allows all nations to be considered equal to all the other nations. For Iran to become equal related to technology, and Syria to "play with the big boys," they must become part of the proposed international government.

On a parallel basis to the America Revolution, Saddam Hussein was parallel to John Adams, Iran is parallel to Alexander Hamilton and Syria is parallel to George Washington.