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The Line in the Sand

History repeats itself in Syria. Now, as decades ago, the peoples of the Middle East find themselves the beneficiaries and the victims of a renewed theater in the Cold War between the United States and Russia. The first generation of neoconservative opinionmakers was eager to exaggerate the threat of Soviet expansionism because it provided the perfect excuse to lobby for U.S. aid to Israel to counterbalance the seeming menace of Soviet-allied Arab states. Cold War escalation also served neoconservative ends in forging military-industrial alliances and promoting the ideal of the United States as an international avenger and a global defender of abstract democratic values. “For the duration of the Cold War,” writes Muhammad Idrees Ahmad, “it had been possible for the Israel lobby to justify the transfer of extraordinary amounts of cash and hardware to Israel on the grounds that it served a US strategic interest keeping Soviet proxies at bay.”1 Aryan Skynet previously cited the examples of Kissinger’s “Judeopolitik” and faux-peacenik “Battling” Bella Abzug’s Cold War arms industry hypocrisy.

Notwithstanding tentatively amicable relations with the Soviet Union based primarily on profitable arms deals, revolutionary Libya maintained a critical realism with respect to the atheistic communist superpower, seeing it merely as a rival colonial interest competing for territory with the United States. Muammar Gaddafi, in an interview he granted to Le Monde at the time of the Yom Kippur War of October 1973, indicated that “the Soviet Union is the arch enemy of the Arab World because, for instance, it is responsible for the weapons sent by Nixon to Meir during the current war.” Gaddafi explained:

[…] had not the Russians made an uproar over their miserable arms shipments to the Arab countries, and had not their propagandists drawled about the airlift of weapons to Cairo and Damascus, America would not have supplied Israel with that amount of aid. But the Arabs and the Israelis are victims of the competition between Moscow and Washington. Nevertheless, we are unlike the Zionists because the benefit we get from our so-called ally is far less than the benefit our enemy gets from our simplicity. For instance, Nixon supplies Israel with sophisticated weapons, whereas Mr. Brezhnev sends to us the most obsolete equipment. […]

What advantage do we get from these missiles? To defend ourselves only, while we are in need of an offensive armament. Israel is attacking, shelling our towns and bombarding our ports, while the Egyptians and the Syrians are not advancing in Sinai or in the Golan. Therefore it is impossible for us to win a war as long as we are on the defensive. Thus, we are always in the middle of the road. […]

Gromyko Brezhnev Assad

Andrei Gromyko and Leonid Brezhnev meet with Hafez al-Assad of Syria.

The Phantom [jet], in particular, is better than the Mig-21 aircraft possessed by the Arab armies. Why don’t they [i.e., the Russians] supply us with aircraft other than the Mig-21 which we only use in propaganda parades? The Russians have modern transport planes which were unknown to us before they were sent to Cairo by Moscow to fly the military advisers expelled by Sadat in July 1972. […]

The Algerian Oil Minister shares with me the view that the Russians are exploiting us in spreading hatred for the Americans in the Arab World. We are, of course, against the United States when we speak about it as a colonialist power, but we don’t want to serve, in such a manner, the Soviet interest in the region.

Aware that the Russians would read the interview and hoping that they would reconsider their unwillingness to provide their most advanced military hardware, Gaddafi added that “if we lose this war, the Arab World will turn to the United States of America.”2

The Soviet Union had a significant Muslim minority, but nothing to match the power and influence of American Jewry, so that Soviet involvement in the Middle East was pragmatic and always lacked the emotional component of neoconservative support for Israel. This reality, along with the inequality of Soviet and American economic resources, found reflection in the unequal outcomes in the region for the Jews and their less organized Arab enemies. Reflecting on the Middle East conflict in a 1974 interview with a Yugoslavian newspaper, Gaddafi fretted in words that could describe the present situation:

Things now appear to run in the direction of confirming secure boundaries for Israel and sacrificing the Palestinian people. In order that this is realized the United States is to dominate the area. What we witness now of the American march on the Middle East and its subsequent return after Nasser foiled this return during the past twenty years is something dangerous for the Middle East, the sovereignty of the Arab nation, peace in the Mediterranean and European security as well as it increases the confrontation chances between the two large camps since the United States takes one step forward in the area. In such a state of affairs all concerned and anti-imperialism peoples should take a firm stand to stop the American march.3

Whatever the ultimate outcome of the neoconservatives’ New Cold War, the Arabs again are positioned to be among the losers in the conflict.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

Endnotes

  1. Ahmad, Muhammad Idrees. The Road to Iraq: The Making of a Neoconservative War. Edinburgh: Edinburg University Press, 2014, p. 71.
  2. Qathafi, Mu’Ammar el. Discourses by Mu’Ammar el Qathafi., Chairman of R.C.C., Published in Arab and International Press. [Malta]: Adam Publishers, 1975, pp. 28-29.
  3. Ibid., pp. 140-141.
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29 comments on “The Line in the Sand

  1. icareviews
    April 14, 2017

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. Rudolf
    April 14, 2017

    Reblogged this on rudolfblog.

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  4. indravaruna
    April 14, 2017

    Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Sunni Gulf kingdoms are basically Israeli-American client states, keep in mind that all muslim terrorist attacks on the West have been done by Sunni Muslims.

    The Shia minority and its allies became the “bad guys” because Israel fears Iran and Hezbollah more than anything, the Mossad even used a Sunni terrorist org Jundallah to attack Iran:

    http://www.theamericanconservative.com/larison/jundallah-and-israels-false-flag-operation-in-iran/

    If you think about, ISIS and Al-Qaeda never attacked Israel and Hamas was a Israeli creation:

    http://www.jerusalemonline.com/news/middle-east/israeli-palestinian-relations/wikileaks-israel-actively-supported-hamas-6980

    You can say that the Sunni Muslims are the useful idiots of the Zionists.

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    • icareviews
      April 14, 2017

      Yes, there’s a lot more complexity than I go into in this post, obviously. I was mainly getting at the parallels with the U.S. opposing Russia through a proxy conflict involving Syria and Israel. The dynamics are a lot different today in many ways, but there are also elements of historical continuity.

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    • bob saffron
      April 14, 2017

      “Muslim” terrorist attacks in the West? Off the top of my head, I can’t think of any that didn’t reek of psy-op, with Muslims as mere patsies. (Much the same can be said about the hackneyed lone-wolf white terrorist). In the WN galaxy there seems to be a consistent over-playing of the sophistication of the Muslim threat and an under-playing of same within the various intelligence and security forces and their non-State (((sympathizers))). Median IQ of the Levantine peoples is…?

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  5. Russian Limbaugh
    April 14, 2017

    So the (((Soviets))) gave the arabs dinky toys…

    And the (((USA))) gave the israelis the latest and best…

    (((WHAT A COINCIDENCE)))

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  6. bob saffron
    April 14, 2017

    Is the acme of political cynicism or what? The warmonger who starved to death hundreds of thousands of POW’s shores up his historical legacy. Welfare/warfare, the package deal. (In the USSR, warfare was waged primarily against its own for lack of resources; in the US, primarily against others, historically, but watch this space).

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    • icareviews
      April 15, 2017

      And President Eisenhower’s psychological warfare advisor and speechwriter was who? C.D. Jackson, himself, of counterfeit Buchenwald atrocities infamy, Time Life, and, after Eisenhower’s exit, JFK assassination cover-up notoriety.

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      • bob saffron
        April 16, 2017

        Accurate or not, I think he richly deserves the “terrible Swedish Jew” appelation his West Point classmates awarded him. He certainly earned it.

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      • bob saffron
        April 16, 2017

        “appellation”

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  7. NoddingHead
    April 14, 2017

    “Russian Limbaugh” one of the funniest handles ever. Congrats. As far as “complexity” goes, not so sure. Western media has been lying about most everything regarding foreign relations since 9/11, with impunity. Whenever you tune to all of the major networks and they have “BREAKING NEWS” in bright red highlights and that breathless emotional thing going on and they all support the same thing (“Assad must go”), it is pretty much a sure thing they are lying. Pretty simple – anything that creates chaos and destroys any stability in Middle Eastern nations having strong secular leadership but in any way makes Israel nervous has “got to go”.

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  8. NoddingHead
    April 14, 2017

    It is actually very simple. Quit fucking up sovereign, secular nations on behalf of Israel. Heed the best Founding Fathers’ warnings about avoiding foreign entanglements.

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  9. NoddingHead
    April 15, 2017

    Of course, anyone who advocates that now is “anti-semitic” or otherwise somehow a deplorable bigot….

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  10. bob saffron
    April 15, 2017
  11. NoddingHead
    April 15, 2017

    I went into a bigbox liquor store tonight and this was playing loudly. Been awhile since I heard it. A good one from that Georgia band….

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    • icareviews
      April 15, 2017

      That was the theme song to my favorite TV show of the time, Get a Life.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 15, 2017

        Get a Life.

        Remember when they ate the alien?

        “Are we pigs or what?”

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  12. NoddingHead
    April 15, 2017

    Oh I see my link has all of REM’s songs. Only meant to post “Stand”. But their other stuff is pretty good too.

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  13. NoddingHead
    April 16, 2017

    Never watched that show, unfortunately.
    Shiny Happy People seems better than ever now, somehow.

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    • icareviews
      April 16, 2017

      “Stand in the place where you live. Now face North. […] If you are confused, check with the sun.” In 2017 it almost sounds … fashy. And, hey, doesn’t Michael Stipe totally shave his head bald sort of like … a skinhead?

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  14. NoddingHead
    April 16, 2017

    Never watched that show, unfortunately.
    Shiny Happy People seems better than ever now, somehow. Kate Pierson amazing.

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  15. NoddingHead
    April 16, 2017

    They also show people working with soil and hands when they sing “work”. That is fashy too. I think REM may have been/is cryptofashy. I don’t care about the gay stuff. That is common among all artsy folks.

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  16. NoddingHead
    April 17, 2017

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  17. NoddingHead
    April 17, 2017

    Wonder if a lot of the 90s “grunge” bands might not have been cryptofash without even being aware of it. It might explain suicides. I just Googled “early 90s musical genres” and Grunge didn’t even come up….

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    • icareviews
      April 17, 2017

      Kurt Cobain was the quintessential whiny liberal ass. The journals he left behind reveal his sickening anti-white attitudes.

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  18. NoddingHead
    April 17, 2017

    Meant to post this one….

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