This fascinating article was shared by Mr. S, and while the details are scanty, if true, it warrants a few flights of our customary "high octane speculation":

The Arab League to Create Joint Arab Military Force

Note that the cover story here is that the Arab league nations - which include Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Syria - are doing so to counter "terrorism":

The joint force is intended to combat security threats to the Arab region, particularly emanating from “terrorist organisations”. The drafted plan describes where and how the force would be put into action. Membership is “voluntary”. A decision to intervene would be based on a request from a member state “facing threats.” Defense ministers of member states would run the force, with two-thirds of votes required to pass decisions.

But what might be going on behind the scenes here? What's the "high octane speculation"? I suspect, and the article itself suggests, that Saudi Arabia is behind this manuever, for it mentions the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen. As I've suggested in previous blogs, however, the barbaric kingdom is sensing a geopolitical shift in the region due to the recent Russian intervention in Syria, and this may consequently be another signal that we are witnessing growing worldwide revolt against American unipolarism and "regime change" via covert operations. It is, to put it country simple, a revolt against American use and sponsorship of the very radical Islamic terrorism it claims to be fighting.

But it is also, clearly, a response against Russia. As the article indicates, this all-Arab-league joint military force would respond to "requests from member states," a point that has been reiterated time and again by Mr. Putin for Russia's response in Syria: Russia was invited by a sovereign state to do so, and notwithstanding the dogma of Mr. Global that nation states are obsolete, international law still functions with that concept. Period. End of Discussion. (And let us not forget also, that this is most probably also a response to Turkey and the various signs of revanchisme emanating from that country in recent months as well).

So it would appear that this latest move is really an attempt to provide a local counterbalance to potential great power intervention.

This does not, however, alleviate the Saudis' difficulties, for their regime is a beacon of backwardness and barbarism to the rest of the Islamic world to the extent that one has difficulty imagining Mr. Assad in Damascus calling on the Saudis or any such Arab League joint military force. They may smoke cigars and drink alcohol when visiting the West to buy their racehorses, but they still run a mediaeval backwater, and everyone knows it.

My high octane prediction? I suspect that for a time, such a force will exist, but ultimately, it is not going to save the radical agenda much less the Saudis, for no one there wants a "caliphate" controlled by Riyadh, and no one else wants a caliphate at all.

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. johnycomelately on November 13, 2015 at 3:11 am

    This is the first step to a Mediterranean/Middle East Union, remember NATO preceded the European Union.

    The program is:
    General conflagration
    Ethnic cleansing and creating small ethnic enclaves
    Through immigration diminish the power of larger ethnic enclaves
    Military Union
    Economic Union

    Of course the end goal is removing that pesky Westphalian contrivance, the nation state, all towards the ‘great work’, globalisation.

  2. zendogbreath on November 12, 2015 at 8:42 pm

    The greatest agreement I can muster is with RB. I gotta say though that summoning the people to throw the scoundrels out seems the easiest ploy to exploit by the powers that wanna be. Did anyone see the powers that be lose any momentum in consolidating wealth in any other revolution in the last oh let’s say 500 years? Who financed both sides of wars civil and sovereign throughout? Seems we keep forgetting details about puppets and puppet masters running the rest of us while we watch pretty pictures on the wall. Who are we (the people) going to trust to organize us in this revolution. Shall we call Soros and Omidyar and ask their opinion on what colors to use?

    On further thought. I agree completely with Basta.

  3. goshawks on November 12, 2015 at 3:59 pm

    I could see the seeds of the pre-USA colonial states’ dilemma in this article. The colonialists had King George III (or his handlers) as their existential threat. The Arab leaders know that nations kowtowing to the Zionist agenda are today’s equivalent.

    The Arab nations all know, by now, that they can be picked-off individually with ease by TPTB, acting through various cutouts. The obvious remedy is to form a united front, within some politically-acceptable structure. Otherwise, they should prepare to become warlords in shattered nations at best, or part of the “Oded Yinon Plan” (Greater Israel) at worst.

    Acceptance of Saudi Arabia into the ‘union’ is the symbolic equivalent of pre-USA having to accept slavery into its midst, in order to form a combined-nation (a viable nation) with the slave-owning states. A matter to be ‘discussed’ later, after independence has been won…

    A certain scientist/inventor/sage said it best:

    “We must hang together, gentlemen… else, we shall most assuredly hang separately.”
    ~ Benjamin Franklin

  4. basta on November 12, 2015 at 12:26 pm

    Only a two-thirds vote would be needed to approve a military action, conceivably upon a member state? Not a unanimous one?

    Who in their right minds would sign on to such an organization, especially in the ME? More like an open invitation to be stabbed in the back. If indeed this was floated by the Saudis — or even has the wiff of having been floated by the Saudis lingering about it — it is dead on delivery.

  5. Robert Barricklow on November 12, 2015 at 10:43 am

    The biggest regime change has been in process for many centuries. That is the replacement of the will of the people by a power that has used primarily religion and finance as a means to an end. Perhaps this “power” originated from outside Earth’s orbit. There has been a march towards mercantilism that is now using “future” technologies in cementing they’re controls in place. Those technologies I’m writing of have the sinister GRIN of death smiling all to way to the bank of life itself.
    So when “we” talk of “America” doing this, or “Saudi Arabia”, etc.; what we’re talking about is an international criminal cabal that has seized the reigns of power from the will of their people. These countries, that they claim are no longer nation-states, are then, not any entity that represents any of the people, in any way shape or form; except, by perception management controls and deception itself.
    “The Dragon”[aka “the people”] needs to awaken and…
    blow-torch the GRINs of these plutocrim oligarchs and the powers behind them.

  6. 569021 on November 12, 2015 at 9:45 am

    How does this affect the agenda of bibi and company since they always seem to plan on being on the winning team? There has already been at least one meeting with putin…

  7. DanaThomas on November 12, 2015 at 9:41 am

    In Riyadh somebody may have suddenly realized that “regime change” is a game that two or more can play…

  8. marcos anthony toledo on November 12, 2015 at 8:30 am

    Given the mess Saudi Arabia is in with the Yemen expedition. Iraq seeking help from Russia like Syria has asked and is receiving Libya Tunisia mired in chaos and problems. The Saudis must be either stoned out out of their minds along with our Neo-Cons on cloud nine or stupid.

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