Smart Diplomacy In Action: US Ambassador to Libya Abandons Twitter After Tweeting False Bombing Casualty
by Patrick Poole
They picked it up from the moment most Libyan twitters started embarrassing Deborah Jones who knows nothing of Libya is in cohorts with the terrorists, believes that all Libyans are incapable to rule our own country and we need her input. She was highly insulted and challenged about being friends with Libyan Dawn and Sunrise, LIFG, AL Qaeda, Muslim Brotherhood, ISIS/Daesh and of course the Libyan army got wind of it that she is spreading lies all over the twitter accounts as she does not have only this one but also @ and a personal account which she deactivated in 2014 because again she was on the side of Libyan Dawn and company and again she was challenged… she also writeshere.
For more information about who she is and proof that she has partnered with the terrorists and not with the legal government you can read here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here for more information about the ambassador you can also Google her name you will find a lot of articles.
The US foreign policy wants to force the Libyans to accept the Muslim Brotherhood together with Fajr(dawn), Karama (sunrize), Isis/Daesh, Sharia, LIFG,Al Qaeda who by the way are all one and the same extremists mercenaries financed by the UNITED STATES/UNITED KINGDOM for the sole purpose of breaking the country into pieces like the did in Sudan, Somalia, Iraq, Ukraine, Cyprus, India which one part is Pakistan another part Bangladesh, North Korea and South Korea lets not forget Yugoslavia its been split into smaller countries. Libya by far is situated geopolitical region, a vast land and desert plus the coastline, lets not forget its neighboring countries which all of them have resources so as you can see it’s in the interest of America/Israel and England that we downsize so that they can control us better and that is the job the degraded Ambassador Jones has to do. I say degraded because any ambassador comes to Libya it’s for him/her a punishment instead of being fired so if she succeeds in her job she maybe get to work in Switzerland or some other European country… see the U.K. ambassador Arron he escaped with only his clothes from Kuwait where he was an ambassador there Google his mischief’s there after that he was brought to Libya… and he too partners with the terrorist crowd is it a coincidence?
As for Mathieu Galtier he was working for NATO in 2011 French agent and of course he is well-connected with all terrorist militias and he knows his way around, if you check from his tweets he goes as he pleases from place to place in the suburbs of TRIPOLI with no worry in the world while the rest of the Libyan citizens go to places and pray to God that they will not get shot… on the way or kidnapped or rapped…
Both ambassadors now reside in Malta and they give their orders from Malta to their minions in Tripoli.
Here is the article:
US Ambassador to Libya Deborah K. Jones had to retire from Twitter today after tweeting out false information on civilian casualties of a bombing raid by military forces of the internationally recognized Libyan government.
Terrible news today from #Tarhouna where 8 innocent displaced #Tawergha killed in air strikes. This violence serves no one’s interests.
— Safira Deborah (@SafiraDeborah) March 23, 2015
Her tweet was picked up by Western media as the primary source for the information, such as this Reuters article:
Eight civilians were killed in an air strike near Tripoli on Monday, the U.S. ambassador said, as Libya’s internationally recognized government pressed on with an assault to recapture the capital it abandoned to a rival faction last year…
“Terrible news today from Tarhouna where eight innocent displaced Tawergha killed in air strikes,” U.S. Ambassador Deborah Jones said in a tweet, referring to members of a minority group, thousands of whom were displaced after Gaddafi fell.
“This violence serves no one’s interests,” said Jones, who is based outside Libya since most diplomats were evacuated from Tripoli last year.
It turned out, however, that the information was based on rumors and conflicting information from both sides:
The eastern chief of army staff said in a statement its planes had hit a Libya Dawn barracks, not a Tawergha camp, demanding an apology from Jones.
But Mohamed al-Tarhouni, spokesman of the town’s municipality, said nobody had been killed in the strike which he said had hit an empty farm near a camp of displaced Tawergha.
Jones and Louai El-Ghawi, an eastern lawmaker, said there were reports that several family members of a colonel opposed to Libya Dawn had been killed in Tarhouna in an apparent revenge attack, but details were unclear. The eastern chief of staff said Dawn supporters had killed eight members of the family.
A freelance reporter on the scene found nothing describing the info that Jones had tweeted out:
@SafiraDeborah I saw by myself 3 impacts of the airstrike, I can guarantee no one was killed because of it 1/2
— Mathieu Galtier (@mathieu_galtier) March 23, 2015
Libyan Twitter users then began attacking Ambassador Jones for floating false information:
False information from the US ambassador, especially after being sensationalized in the media, has naturally generated a firestorm in #Libya
— James Wheeler (@wheelertweets) March 23, 2015
The back-tracking then began in earnest:
My last tweet based on sources on both sides. Numbers may need correction but bottom line remains: violence serves no one.
— Safira Deborah (@SafiraDeborah) March 23, 2015
This info followed info on the other strikes: both are wrong and we condemn both. The violence must cease. Period
— Safira Deborah (@SafiraDeborah) March 23, 2015
But the damage had been done, and she announced her departure from Twitter:
I have concluded it is best to cease efforts to communicate via Twitter insofar as it distracts from our goal of peace & stability 4 #Libya
— Safira Deborah (@SafiraDeborah) March 23, 2015
We shall continue to post official statements on our embassy FB account. To all those responsible & thoughtful Tweeps out there, thank you
— Safira Deborah (@SafiraDeborah) March 23, 2015
Getting to know thoughtful, dedicated Libyans via Twitter has been an inspiration & given me great hope 4 Libya’s future. I wish you well.
— Safira Deborah (@SafiraDeborah) March 23, 2015
Thus, America is even getting run off of Twitter.
@BBCtrending US ambassador to #Libya @SafiraDeborah quits twitter! Her tweet created a storm of criticism by Libyan tweeps! #Twitter war
— Youssef Sawani (@YoussefSawani) March 23, 2015
Have any other US ambassadors pulled out of Twitter before? Is @SafiraDeborah the first? I remember when the embassy in Cairo clamped down.
— Andy Carvin (@acarvin) March 23, 2015
Smart diplomacy in action.
Qatar Elite Slandered on Egyptian TV Channel: Homosexual, Lesbian, Whores, CIA and Mossad Agents
During a February 23 TV show on the Egyptian Sada Al-Balad TV channel, Egyptian journalist Nabil Sharaf Al-Din told the viewers that former Qatari prime minister Hamad bin Jassim was a homosexual and a CIA and Mossad agent, and that his daughter Salwa was a lesbian and a prostitute.
Following are excerpts:
Egyptian journalist Nabil Sharaf Al-Din: Let me say something – and I’m responsible for what I say: Hamad bin Jassim is a known homosexual. There are recordings showing him…
Interviewer: You mean the former Qatari prime minister?
Nabil Sharaf Al-Din: Yes, him.
Interviewer: Were these recordings made outside Qatar?
Nabil Sharaf Al-Din: Yes, in London. He was caught on tape in London, and the Israeli intelligence found out. That’s how the CIA later recruited him.
Retired Egyptian General Mahmoud Mansour: Where is the Iranian shah today? Didn’t America sell him out?! It will sell you out too, Sheik Tamim, along with the entire House of Khalifah. They will bring over someone even more despicable than you to run Qatar. He will be even less than a shoe. He will be a plastic flip-flop shower shoe, worn by America.
There is a guy called Bernard Lévi. Yes, he’s well known. He’s their godfather.
Interviewer: His name is Bernard-Henri Lévi.
Mahmoud Mansour: He is the godfather of all the coups and attempted revolutions. He travels between Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Egypt… He nominated Wael Ghonim for an international award.
Interviewer: He took pictures with the rebels at Tahrir Square.
Mahmoud Mansour: He went to Libya and took pictures there… Well, that man is a Jew. He is not merely a Jew. He’s a Zionist! Let’s put this aside for a moment. Let’s move to the emir of ISIS, he imam of the neo-Muslims – or the so-called Muslims, who wrap themselves in large robes on which they write: “We are Muslims”… You mean those terrorist murderers. Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is an Israeli intelligence officer. He took photos with Netanyahu, Dick Cheney, and many others in the U.S. Then he got out of there…
His original name is Shimon Elliot, but he changed it to Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim Al-Badri Al-Radwi Al-Husseini. Al-Husseini goes back to Hussein himself. He has turned himself into a descendent of the Prophet Muhammad, while we are just Muslim nobodies or plain infidels. We are not on a par with Shimon Elliot.
Interviewer: Who is Salwa bint Hamad? What’s her story?
Voice of anti-terror expert Dr. Zakariyya Salem: [She is the daughter of] the former prime minister…
Interviewer: You mean Hamad bin Jassim?
Zakariyya Salem: That’s right.
Interviewer: Is there a problem with her too?
Zakariyya Salem: Yes, sir. She was arrested at a brothel. She was a photographed there.
Interviewer: You don’t say?! The daughter of Hamad bin Jassim?!
Zakariyya Salem: Yes, sir.
Interviewer: I don’t know this story. Do tell… What’s more, she’s a lesbian. What was the story there?
Zakariyya Salem: Her name is Salwa. She used to go to London and meet with a bunch of guys. One of these guys was taken aback by her request – she would invite six or seven guys for a single encounter…
Interviewer: Please spare our viewers the details.
Nabil Sharaf Al-Din: Egypt will be victorious, Allah willing. It will not fall prey to that son of a bitch, Qatar.
Interviewer: Enough. I can’t take it anymore. He’s hopeless… Once again, I apologize. I keep apologizing today for Nabil Sharaf Al-Din. It’s terrible…
Nabil Sharaf Al-Din: That’s what people are saying…
Interviewer: Enough. I want to wrap up the show.
We will now show you a puzzle. I would like you to solve this puzzle and send us your solutions. I’d like you to solve this nice puzzle. We can work on it together. Please show it to the viewers before the show ends. Here it is: “Who is whose husband? Who is whose son? and so on. Whoever solves this puzzle will win a special prize.
The Future Gaddafi Foresaw Libya, ISIS and the Unaffordable Luxury of Hindsight
Who are you?” the late Muammar Gaddafi once rhetorically asked in a famous speech of his towards the end of his reign; (rightly) questioning the legitimacy of those seeking to over-throw his government at the time, calling them extremists, foreign agents, rats and drug-addicts. He was laughed at, unfairly caricatured, ridiculed and incessantly demonized; a distasteful parody video poking fun at the late Libyan leader even went viral on social media; evidently the maker of the video, an Israeli, thought the Libyan colloquial Arabic word “Zenga” (which means an Alleyway) sounded funny enough that he extracted it from one of Gaddafi’s speeches, looped it on top of a hip-hop backing track and voila… he got himself a hit video which was widely (and shamefully) circulated with a “revolutionary” zeal in the Arab world. We shared, we laughed, he died.
But the bloody joke is on all of us; Gaddafi knew what he was talking about; right from the get-go, he accused the so-called Libyan rebels of being influenced by Al-Qaeda ideology and Ben Laden’s school of thought; no one had taken his word for it of course, not even a little bit. I mean why should we have? After all, wasn’t he a vile, sex-centric dictator hell-bent on massacring half of the Libyan population while subjecting the other half to manic raping sprees with the aid of his trusted army of Viagra-gobbling, sub-Saharan mercenaries? At least that’s what we got from the visual cancer that is Al Jazeera channel and its even more acrid Saudi counterpart Al-Arabiya in their heavily skewed coverage of NATO’s vicious conquest of Libya. Plus Gaddafi did dress funny; why would anyone trust a haggard, weird-looking despot dressed in colorful rags when you have well-groomed Zionists like Bernard Henry Levy, John McCain and Hillary Clinton at your side, smiling and flashing the victory sign in group photo-ops, right?
Gaddafi called them drug-addicted, Islamic fundamentalists; we know them as ISIS… it doesn’t seem much of a joke now, does it? And ISIS is what had been in store for us all along; the “revolutionary” lynching and sodomization of Muammar Gaddafi amid manic chants of “Allahu Akbar”, lauded by many at the time as some sort of a warped triumph of the good of popular will (read: NATO-sponsored mob rule) over the evil of dictatorship (sovereign state), was nothing but a gory precursor for the future of the country and the region; mass lynching of entire populations in Libya, Syria and Iraq and the breakup of key Arab states into feuding mini-statelets. The gruesome video of Colonel Gaddafi’s murder, which puts to shame the majority of ISIS videos in terms of unhinged brutality and gore, did not invoke the merest of condemnations back then, on the contrary; everyone seemed perfectly fine with the grotesque end of the Libyan “tyrant”… except that it was only the beginning of a new and unprecedented reign of terror courtesy of NATO’s foot-soldiers and GCC-backed Islamic insurgents.
The rapid proliferation of trigger-happy terrorist groups and Jihadi factions drenched in petrodollars in Libya was not some sort of an intelligence failure on the part of western governments or a mere by-product of the power vacuum left by a slain Gaddafi; it was a deliberate, calculated policy sought after and implemented by NATO and its allies in the Gulf under the cringe-inducing moniker “Friends of Libya” (currently known as the International Coalition against ISIS) to turn the north-African country into the world’s largest ungovernable dumpster of weapons, al-Qaida militants and illegal oil trading.
So it is safe to say that UNSC resolution 1973, which practically gave free rein for NATO to bomb Libya into smithereens, has finally borne fruit… and it’s rotten to its nucleus, you can call the latest gruesome murder of 21 Egyptian fishermen and workers by the Libyan branch of the Islamic State exhibit “A”, not to mention of course the myriad of daily killings, bombings and mini-civil wars that are now dotting the entire country which, ever since the West engineered its coup-d’etat against the Gaddafi government, have become synonymous with the bleak landscape of lawlessness and death that is “Libya” today. And the gift of NATO liberation is sure to keep on giving for years of instability and chaos to come.
In an interview with the western media misinformation collective that is the BBC, ABC and the Sunday Times in February 2011; the late Muammar Gaddafi told his condescending interviewers; “have you seen the Al Qaeda operatives? Have you heard all these Jihadi broadcasts? It is Al Qaeda that is controlling the cities of Al Baida and Darnah, former Guantanamo inmates and extremists unleashed by America to terrorize the Libyan people…”. Darnah is now the main stronghold for ISIS in Libya.
In a bizarre coincidence (or some sort of cosmic irony); the date on which ISIS chose to release its video of the beheading of Egyptian captives, thereby officially declaring its presence in the war-torn country with three oil fields under its control, (appropriately) marked the 4th anniversary of the start of the so-called Libyan revolution on February 15th, 2011; a more apt “tribute” to commemorate the Western instigated regime-change debacle in Libya could not have been made.
But even long before ISIS became the buzzword, the acrid nature of a “revolutionary” Libya showed in full, sickening splendor almost instantly right after the old regime fell, everything the late Gaddafi was falsely accused of doing was literally perfected to a chilling degree by the so-called rebels; massacres, indiscriminate shelling of residential areas, car-bombings, mass arrests, torture, theft of oil and national resources… the whole lot. In 2013; two British pro-Palestine activists, on their way to Gaza with an aid convoy, got to experience first-hand the rotten fruits of the Libyan chapter of the so-called Arab Spring when they were abducted by a motely crew of Libyan revolutionaries-turned-warlords in the city of Benghazi and gang raped in front of their father.
Proponents of Humanitarian Interventions must be patting themselves on the back these days; now that Libya has completed its democratic makeover from a country with the highest standard of living in Africa under Gaddafi’s rule into a textbook definition of a failed state; a godless wasteland of religious fanaticism, internal bloodletting and wholesale head-chopping, in fact Libya became so “democratic” that there are now two parliaments and two (warring) governments; each with its own (criminal) army and supported with money and caches of weapons from competing foreign powers, not to mention the myriad of secessionist movements and militias which the illegal coup against Gaddafi has spawned all over the country while free health care, education and electricity, which the Libyans took for granted under Gaddafi’s regime, are all now but relics of the past; that’s the “Odyssey Dawn” the Libyans were promised; a sanitized version of Iraq sans the public outrage, neatly re-packaged in a “responsibility to protect” caveat and delivered via aerial bombing campaigns where even the West’s overzealous Gulf Co-conspirators Club (GCC), driven by nothing beyond petty personal vendettas against Gaddafi, got to test the lethality of its rusted, American-made military aircrafts alongside NATO on the people of Tripoli and Sirte.
This is what Gaddafi had predicted right from the get-go and then some; the ephemeral euphoria of the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions was just too potent and too exhilarating for us to read the fine print; was it a conspiracy or a true revolutionary spirit gone awry? It doesn’t really matter now that ISIS has become the true legacy of Tahrir Square; “they will turn Libya into another Afghanistan, another Somalia, another Iraq… your women won’t be allowed out, they will transform Libya into an Islamic Emirate and America will bomb the country under the pretext of fighting terrorism”, the late Libyan leader had said in a televised speech on February 22nd, 2011, and more prophetic words were never spoken.
America’s “clean war” Libyan prototype proved to be such a success that it was replicated with a wanton abandon in Syria; Paul Bremer’s “Blackwater” death squads of old, which reigned terror all over Iraq, are back… with an Islamic twist; bearded, clad in black and explosives from head to toe and mounting convoys of Toyota Land Cruiser trucks with an ever-expanding, seemingly borderless Islamic Caliphate (that somehow leaves the Zionist regime unencumbered in its occupation of Palestine) set in their sights.
Everyday the Arab World is awakened to a new-videotaped atrocity; steeped in gore and maniacal terror courtesy of ISIS (or IS or ISIL), and countless of other “youtubeless”, albeit more heinous crimes courtesy of America’s very own ever-grinding, one-sided drone warfare; the entire region seesaws between machete beheadings and hellfire missile incinerations. Death from above… as well as below; the War on Terror rears its ugly head once again; to bring in line those nasty terrorists that the West itself funded and sponsored in the name of democracy to destabilize “unsavory” regimes; an unrelenting Groundhog Day that starts with the Responsibility to Protect and ends with the War on Terror, with thousands of innocent lives, typically chalked up to collateral damage, crushed in the process.
This is exactly what Gaddafi foresaw; a Libya mired in utter chaos, civil conflict and western diktats; a breeding ground for Jihadi fundamentalism and extremists…
too bad we just laughed his warnings off to an Israeli-made parody tune.
Ahmad Barqawi, freelance columnist and writer.
Erasing Collective Memory – War on Culture in the Middle East
The West has, since the crusades, coveted the strategically important and resource rich Middle East. However it has not succeeded due to certain reasons. These reasons can be summarized in one word. Roots!
This area, Mesopotamia, Assyria, Egypt , and the area now called Libya, is the cradle of human civilization, with a deep and rich history. In many locations of the Middle East modern cities interfaces with the remains of magnificent archeological sites, of which the people are rightfully proud. Such sites and artifacts serve as a constant reminder of the value, the worth and the responsibility to preserve their unique heritage. Resistance to Western hegemony is in no small part empowered by the deep historical roots which bind people in a common social-cultural-psychic bond.
In a harsh environment where much of the physical geography is arid, and nature can be savage and unforgiving, the individual has historically been deeply dependent on both the family, and the extended family, or the tribe for survival. This connectedness and deep emotional bonding to an extended family, the ability to quickly “close ranks” upon an intruder, the mutual support system, that allows people to survive even in hard times, provides an interesting contrast to a government welfare state; where vulnerable or jobless, may expect a handout from the state, but where alienation and broken families are a common social ill and cause of many psychic problems. A Westerner will always be surprised, upon scratching the surface as to how deep, the ties and commitment to family are in the Arab world.
Religious belief dogma has also played an enormous role in forging a collective identity, in this case, one which transcends national boundaries, but embraces most of the Middle East.
All of these factors create strong and deep roots, stability and continuity. It may be argued that they can also create stagnancy and stifle growth and change; as with every phenomena, there are positive and negative aspects of that rootedness, but that may be the subject of another article.
Keeping in mind the above, let us examine more closely the multi-layered attack upon the Middle East that we are experiencing today.
The Attack on Culture – Erasing History
With Iraq and Libya in ruins, Syria struggling for its soul, Egypt still undergoing a kind of low intensity warfare with daily attacks on police and military (they know that they cannot attack a country of 90 million directly), the military style attacks by the US and NATO are quite familiar to us.
However this war is multi-layered, so as well as military warfare, the Middle East is experiencing a cultural attack of massive proportions.
ISIS, spawned, trained, armed and financed from the same CIA/Mossad and MI6 sources that brought us Al Qaeda – the Western backed arm of cultural warfare.
By performing hideous and meaningless acts of violence, beheading, mutilating, cannibalising and broadcasting them, which cause the general public will recoil in horror, they are generating 3 designed effects:.
To strike at the roots of moderate Islamic religious belief,
to divide Muslim societies – the moderate and secular against the extremist, Sunna against Shia
and to distort the image of Islam, to shock, and to spur a reaction, (problem, reaction, solution), thus hastening a “clash of civilizations” between Muslim and Christian, one of the favourite end times scenarios of political Zionism, wherein we are, conveniently for the chosen, supposed to mutually destroy each other.
However, more recently, as well as the ongoing meaningless brutalities, ISIS has taken up a new tactic – the smashing of precious and irreplaceable ancient artifacts, and bulldozing ancient cities and archeological sites.
Clearly, this has no logical explanation except the erasing of history, and the destruction of the collective memory of a people.
Whichever “entity” is planning in future to lay claim to that land, clearly doesn’t want inconvenient archeological evidence sticking out of the earth to disprove their claim. Which begs the question as to which entity has a long history of bulldozing and burying the ancestral villages and homes of Palestinians, in order to erase historical evidence of Palestinian claim to the land?
As had been pointed out by many astute observers, it is important to remember that the planners of the New Middle East, think multi-generationally. They, apparently, do not perceive or experience time in the same way that most humans do. We think of what is to be achieved in a human life span, leaving the best we can for the next generation. Do any of us usually think beyond that? Does the average person in the street care much beyond that?
They know that however much outrage and anger they elicit for such acts, the anger subsides as the people are swept along in dealing with the next incoming challenge. They only have to wait for one or two generations for the collective memory to fade…. those artifacts are no longer there, the young people have no personal memory of such things, and are too busy with their lives to care. As to who or what thinks multi-generationally, I shall leave it to the reader to ponder.
The same applies to the horrendous acts of state terror, the genocide of civilians and toppling of legitimate rulers going on across the Middle East. We who are awake, may cry out in horror and shame at the appallingly blatant war crimes and crimes against humanity. Meanwhile, much of the general public believe the media LIES and DECEPTIONS they were sold to go to war anyway, so for them the matter is done and no longer relevant – at least, as long as it doesn’t affect them.
The Elite Foundations that own the Educational system then write the history books, and tell kids how the West “liberated” Libya , Iraq or Syria” from “madmen who “threw babies out of incubators” or “gassed their own people” or “gave their troops Viagra to rape all the women” or whatever the current hogwash is. A fake history has been made, and the LIE will for the most part be passed on unquestioned.
Fast forward into the future – the actual history has been erased; the majority of young growing up have no personal memory of that war and by and large are not interested, they are already busy building their future and dealing with the challenges of the moment.
History has been erased, permanently. No-one questions,…… indeed will anyone living 20 or 40 or 100 years in the future care that much about something that no longer exists and does or affect them in anyway? This is the reasoning of the controllers.
In Palestine, entire villages were razed, their residents terrorized by the brutal Israeli Irgun into fleeing and the villages were bulldozed and buried under tons of earth. A short time later an Israeli village is built on top of it and renamed. Who will remember three or four generations down the line? The evidence of an entire peoples existence is destroyed and buried.
Unless we deny what is staring at us in the face, it must be said that the plot here is starting to look similar
As boatloads of refugees flee from Syria and Libya to Europe, and displaced peoples traverse the globe in search of a decent life, they become uprooted from their ancestral home, identities and families, and are forced, by necessity to forge new identity. Some will succeed, some will compromise to “fit in”, some will fail, and will provide cheap labour to whoever will give them a pittance to survive or worse, fall victim to traffickers, prostitution and crime. These vulnerable people, uprooted from their homeland, communities, culture and history, then for part of the migrant workforce and the “multicultural experiment”
This, I believe is the hidden warfare, the eroding of a culture, the erasing and manipulation of history…..the gradual breaking of the backbone of a strong people …. for the invaders know from experience that previous military adventures in the Middle East – however terrible – could not secure a permanent victory. The vanquished, did not stay vanquished but had an extraordinary tenacity and a capacity to rebound, assimilate the invading culture, and yet move forward unchanged. Cultural warfare is a far more sinister and insidious form of attack designed to sever and gouge out the roots.
We are already in the crosscurrents of times of great change and transition, the hidden hand of the controllers will try to shape events according to their interests. They have already stated, in no uncertain terms, that it will take at least 10 years to “defeat” the ISIS boogeymen. So we know the plan. Well, while they are running in circles funding, doing weapons drops to arm the jihadis and at the same time “fighting” them, an awful lot of other things can be accomplished during this major distraction, including establishing a permanent presence and totally destroying the art, artifacts and archaeological sites of the native people of the land, and staking out their territory.
It is predictable that the attack will continue by the eroding of genuine culture and history on one hand and through the insertion of cheap, commercial and vulgar materialistic pseudo-culture on the other.
Social philosopher P.R. Sarkar has accurately noted that when a weak culture wants to attack and exploit a stronger culture, they must first break the cultural backbone of the stronger, older culture. Without a spine, he says, that original culture will never again be able to hold its head erect. This sort of vile psychic exploitation paves the way for the next level of war which is economic exploitation.
A strongly rooted tree cannot be toppled and blown away even by a fierce storm, what to speak of a forest of strongly rooted trees – where their proximity offers shelter and protection?
This is an attack on the root systems of the peoples of the Middle East, far more dangerous and with much more permanent effects.
Reclaiming our history
Trees do not flourish when their roots are attacked or cut off, they become sick, weak or die. A people cannot thrive when their culture is destroyed before their eyes. We must seize the chance as aware and awakened spiritual warriors to act as Guardians of Culture, Arts and History.
History is being made now. We live in momentous times of great turmoil and great change. We must not let history be written for us.
Simultaneously, with all our efforts to awaken and inform others, and applying our creative power to disable the matrix and create alternatives, we should not fail to address the cultural aspect.
“We the people” must write the history books. We must decode the lies and propaganda and encourage and enable the next children to think critically and constructively, questioning everything they hear from the mainstream media.
This is particularly true of the rapidly unfolding events that are reshaping countries under lies and totally false narratives. The next generation deserve every iota of truth we can give them. This is particularly true of history textbooks used in schools.
Here, in the Middle East, we the people will have to exert an intentional effort to consciously identify and preserve all in our traditional heritage that is good, true and beautiful and all that encourages the ethical, the subtle, the truly human and spiritual and pass it to our children.
We need to devise ways to preserve, teach and honour all traditional art forms, cultural expressions and values, while resisting the imposition of pseudo-culture, satanic- themed music and videos, and seductive but grossly materialistic promotion of the corporate world of consumer “things”.
It is our responsibility to learn, study, record and preserve the authentic history and biographies and achievements of true leaders who were demonized, simply because they wanted to keep their countries sovereign and their people free of debt slavery to the Zionist bankers. The demonization, murder and systematic humiliation of a respected leader is a humiliation of the nation – intended to demoralize, psychologically defeat and weaken the people., in preparation for further exploitation. Every child should know the underlying narrative at work.
Create! We will use crisis as an opportunity. This is what “they ” do. We can play them at their game. We can utilize this time of fluidity to reshape things in humanities favour. Unleash the powerful creative spirit of awakened souls to create OUR reality, where humanity and all its benevolent expressions are deeply treasured and valued.
Bring all this to the education of the young. We must throw out the fake garbage that passes for history. The sovereignty, pride, dignity of future generations depends on the actions we take now. We have 20 years (by which time a new generation will have reached adulthood) to totally sabotage their effort to wipe the slate clean and erase cultural memory, and to derail their plans for a new middle east..
A cultural vacuum is being generated in the Middle East. Paraphrasing the prophetic warning of P. R. Sarkar on the subject: ”If you do not fill that vacuum (with goodness, beauty and truth) something demonic will fill it”.
It is a wake up call. It is a momentous multi-generational responsibility. Can we derail this monstrosity that is coming at us full speed?
I believe with all my heart that we can.