(Article republished from GreatGameIndia.com)
The strategic alliance between Russia and Iran, with China lurking in the wings, is setting up a complex, Sun Tzu-inspired trap for the Hegemon in West Asia.
Other than Israel, there is no force on earth that could quickly divert attention from the stunning mess the West has created in Ukraine.
Not exactly Bismarckian stalwarts, the warmongers in command of US foreign policy think that if Project Ukraine is unachievable, then Project Final Solution in Palestine could be a piece of cake when it comes to ethnic cleansing.
A more likely scenario is that Iran-Russia, along with the newly formed “axis of evil” consisting of Russia, China, and Iran, possess the necessary resources to force the Hegemon into yet another maze. The key is to unbalance and disorient the opponent to the point of forgetfulness by using his own, disoriented flip-flapping.
Even with American public opinion, the White House’s idealistic belief that the Forever Wars in Israel and Ukraine are part of the same grandiose “democracy” movement and crucial to US national interests has already backfired.
That doesn’t stop the screams and murmurs throughout the Beltway that expose US neocons who support Israel as they quicken the pace to incite Iran by planting a “false flag” that would result in an American strike. The Armageddon scenario is a perfect fit for the biblical psychopathy of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Vassals would be forced to meekly comply. NATO leaders, including Greece’s Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Italy’s Giorgia Meloni, Britain’s Rishi Sunak, Germany’s Olaf Scholz, the elderly lodger at the White House, and France’s Emmanuel Macron, have been hurrying to Israel to show their unwavering support for Tel Aviv.
Hezbollah, the Lebanese resistance movement, has thus far shown incredible restraint by refusing to accept any bait. Hezbollah backs the Palestinian resistance movement in its entirety. However, until a few years ago, it had severe disagreements with Hamas, with which it fought in Syria. However, while receiving some funding from Iran, Hamas is not controlled by Iran. Even if Tehran backs the Palestinian cause, the resistance organizations in Palestine have the last say on matters of policy.
The good news is that these problems are starting to get resolved. This week, Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and Hamas traveled to Lebanon to pay a personal visit to Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary-general of Hezbollah. That expresses unity of purpose, or the “Unity of Fronts,” as the Axis of Resistance in the area refers to it.
The visit of Hamas to Moscow this week, which was greeted with helpless Israeli anger, was even more eye-opening. Abu Marzouk, a member of the Hamas Politburo, led the trip. Ali Bagheri, the deputy foreign minister of Iran, traveled specifically from Tehran to meet with Mikhail Galuzin and Sergei Ryabkov, the two main deputy foreign ministers of Russia.
This indicates that Russia, Iran, and Hamas will be talking at the same table.
Millions of Palestinians living abroad, the Arab world, and all Islamic countries have been urged to unite by Hamas. Gradually, a pattern emerges: might the Arab world, including large portions of Islam, be about to come together in a major way to get revenge for their own “century of humiliation”? This would be similar to what the Chinese did following World War II with Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping.
According to Oxfam, starvation is used as a weapon of war by Israel against civilians in Gaza, and around 104 trucks a day would be required to supply food to Gaza to solve the problem.
Beijing is definitely implying it to important parties through its astute diplomacy, even prior to the historic Iran-Saudi rapprochement that was mediated by Russia and China earlier this year.
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