Tony Blair, Britain’s irreverent former Prime Minister — who has for decades consistently used his political stature to serve as an Israeli Mossad agent of influence over global public opinion and decision-making — has just popped up again on the BBC’s This Week’s World, to deliver the dire warning that it would be a “very dangerous experiment” for the UK to give Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn power. Lest we forget, The Right Honourable Blair was the man who with chutzpah lied to Parliament, the British people, and the whole world about Iraq which according to his dossier possessed 20 missiles capable of reaching British military bases in Cyprus, Israel, and Nato members Greece and Turkey; had been seeking to buy uranium from Africa for use in nuclear weapons; and that its military planning allowed for some WMD to be ready within 45 minutes of an order to use them — all of which subsequently proved to be a load of . . .
Blair’s aversion — along with that of the pro-Israel Jewish lobby’s — to Mr. Corbyn is not a recent phenomenon, and he had warned prior to the left-wing MP's leadership election victory, that the party risked “annihilation” if he won. As a step towards ensuring that “annihilation,” the pro-Israel lobby had before the recent UK local elections orchestrated a parliamentary and media campaign accusing the Labour Party of becoming increasingly anti-Semitic. While both the victims of such accusations and Jews ashamed of Israel’s conduct often employ the argument that Judaism and Zionism are not the same, Britain’s Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis — in a timely article in The Telegraph two days before the local elections — while accusing the “hard Left of spreading the insidious virus of anti-Semitism” — contradicted that argument by admitting the following:
“It is unclear why these people feel qualified to provide such an analysis of one of the axioms of Jewish belief. But let me be very clear. Their claims are a fiction. They are a wilful distortion of a noble and integral part of Judaism. Zionism is a belief in the right to Jewish self-determination in a land that has been at the centre of the Jewish world for more than 3,000 years. One can no more separate it from Judaism than separate the City of London from Great Britain.”
During his interview, and like all war criminals in unabashed denial, Blair insisted that “there are people who disagree with me for reasons that they say are to do with, say, Iraq, but actually are to do with the fact I won three elections for the Labour Party and they didn't like it.” So now we know. The reason he is despised is because of his election successes, and not for his legacy of a still ongoing Iraq war which has cost millions of lives — not to mention the hundreds of thousands who have lost limbs or suffered other serious injuries — and trillions of dollars. Blair — no doubt bearing in mind the forthcoming publication on 6 July of Sir John Chilcot's long-awaited report into how UK forces came to participate in the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 — also said that he had “real humility” about the decisions he took on Iraq, but apparently felt no need to apologise for the devious lies that were used to justify the launching of that illegal war.
That illegal U.S,-led Iraq war, however, was only part of the larger plan for endless wars that have plunged the Muslim world into a profound jihadi-ridden chaos of failed Arab states careering beyond the point of no return. Consequently the region will in due course become so inundated with maniacal terrorists and hapless refugees, that the current Western people’s reluctance for having their armed forces intervene with “boots on the ground,” will be swept aside by government induced fear and mainstream media orchestrated outrage. The West, led by a U.S. government — controlled by the Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) — and its insatiable Military Industrial Complex will finally have the required mandate to totally and permanently colonise the Greater Middle East for the ultimate benefit of America’s “staunchest ally,” (the Apartheid state of Israel); the energy industry (the third largest industry in the U.S.); and the Military Industrial Complex (the recipient of over $600 billion annually).
“In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.”
President Dwight D. Eisenhower in his Farewell Address in 1961.
Consequently Israel — with its AIPAC and neocon influence over U.S. foreign policy — has always been able to pursue its Middle East strategy of “divide and conquer.” In the early 1980s, the Israeli diplomat and journalist Oded Yinon called for — in what came to be known as the “Yinon Plan” — the “dissolution” of “the entire Arab world including Egypt, Syria, Iraq and the Arabian peninsula.” The target countries were to be made to “fall apart along sectarian and ethnic lines” with the resulting fragmentation causing each one to be “hostile” to its “neighbours.” In Yinon’s implausible opinion “this state of affairs will be the guarantee for peace and security in the area in the long run.” The reconfiguration of the Middle East’s geo-political environment through the balkanisation of neighbouring Arab nations into smaller, weaker states was to be achieved by fomenting discord and war amongst the Arabs: “Every kind of inter-Arab confrontation will assist us in the short run and will shorten the way to the more important aim of breaking up Iraq into denominations as in Syria and in Lebanon.”
Even before Yinon’s plan, Israel had already been provoking discord among the Arabs by countering the secular-Arab nationalist Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), through sponsorship of an Islamist movement in the Occupied Territories which eventually resulted in the creation of Hamas. At about the same time the U.S. began supporting the Islamic fundamentalist Mujahideen in Afghanistan and has continued to pit Muslim nations, sects, and ethnic groups against each other by sponsoring the Afghan jihad and civil war; by arming Iraq (including chemical weapons) for its invasion of and war against Iran while simultaneously covertly selling arms to Iran. Two of the main scoundrels in the Iran-Contra affair — involving U.S. arms sales via Israel — were Israel’s stooge neocons Elliot Abrams and Michael Ledeen. Though the former was convicted he was subsequently and inevitably pardoned of criminal charges.
Israel’s conniving use of the U.S. to promote and maintain Inter-Arab confrontations was motivated by the Israeli belief that so long as such endless confrontations caused the Arabs to bleed and haemorrhage amongst themselves, then they could never be a serious threat to Zionism’s grand design for a “Greater Israel.” In other words, Israel prefers being surrounded by jihadi terrorists who with Israel’s direct involvement and materiel support unleash horrific civil wars on Muslim civilians, to having as single stable Arab Muslim neighbour state that was not compliant and subject to the will of Israel and the United States.
Israel’s “divide and conquer” policy has since been confirmed by a Wikileaks archive of former U.S. Secretary of State Clinton, in which an email shows that in 2012 the Israeli intelligence service regarded a potential Sunni-Shiite war in Syria as a favourable development for the Jewish State and the West. In the email sent to then Secretary of State Clinton by Sidney Blumenthal — an American journalist, activist, writer, former aide to President Bill Clinton, and long-time confidant to Hillary — he quotes an Israeli security source as saying that “if the Assad regime topples, Iran would lose its only ally in the Middle East and would be isolated. At the same time, the fall of the House of Assad could well ignite a sectarian war between the Shiites and the majority Sunnis of the region drawing in Iran, which, in the view of Israeli commanders would not be a bad thing for Israel and its Western allies.” This view was reiterated in an email Hillary Clinton sent to an unknown account in which she wrote that “the best way to help Israel deal with Iran’s growing nuclear capability is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad.”
Western preoccupation with Iran’s destruction has been long-standing with Tony Blair as far back as
January 2011 urging the West to be prepared to confront Iran and Islamic republic with force in order to face the “looming and coming challenge . . . I say this to you with all of the passion I possibly can — at some point the West has to get out of what I think is a wretched policy or posture of apology for believing that we are causing what the Iranians are doing, or what these extremists are doing . . . we have to get our head out of the sand. They disagree fundamentally with our way of life and will carry on unless met with determination and, if necessary, force.” In December 2015, Blair in a BBC interview said that UK’s action in Syria to target the so-called Islamic State (IS) was not like the Iraq invasion and that “even if we thought we could stay out of Syria we can't because our own interests are dramatically involved.” By “our own interests” Blair no doubt meant “Israel’s interests” which are reliant on the Tony Blairs of this world for doing the dirty work irrespective of the cost to humanity.
As a parting shot for his Zionist masters while on BBC’s This Week’s World, Blair called for action to redress the widespread problem of indoctrination of Muslim children in extremist ideologies across the Middle East. He said there needed to be a global commitment, where countries promoted cultural tolerance and rooted out cultural prejudice within their education systems. “If you end up polluting the mind of your people as they're growing up within your country, in today's world where the boundaries come down where there is much more migration and integration, then that is not just for your country — it's a problem for all of us.” This Right Honourable gentleman has obviously been too busy counting his loot — from being one of the world’s best paid speakers at the rate of more than £360,000 an hour — to have watched any YOU TUBE video clips of young people indoctrinated with hate.