land destroyer report
November 10, 2012
It is through a carefully cultivated strategy of tension that this perpetual casus belli is maintained. Without the constant perceived fear of Israel's demise and the "moral imperative" to prevent it, real or imagined, it would be difficult to justify Western involvement in nations that otherwise pose no perceivable threat to America or Europe.
A "clash of civilizations" is likewise being created within the West itself to augment this paradigm, but it has yet to "come of age," and still depends heavily on Israeli-Arab tensions to sustain itself.
To maintain a perpetual strategy of tension to justify perpetual meddling by neo-colonialists in the Middle East, Israel bulldozes homes specifically to create more enemies.To think otherwise, would be to falsely assume Israel's current leadership is actually invested in the self-preservation of the nation-state.They are not.....
For what other reason could a nation-state want to deliberately, slowly, and systematically bulldoze the homes of impoverished men, women, and children?Self-preservation by eliminating it enemies?
Or the perpetual creation of new enemies?
Like a dam straddling a river,
geopolitical re-orderings in recent history.
None of these ploys would have worked, had Israel and its Western-sponsors not maintained seething hatred against themselves throughout the world.
Now let's imagine an Israel led by a government genuinely concerned about not only the self-preservation of Israel, but its stability, peace, and prosperity.
The answer is definitively no. A nuclear-armed Israel which faces no serious existential external threats, that turned away from this current Israeli-Arab strategy of tension would lead to region much like Southeast Asia, where profound cultural differences between neighbors have been largely set aside because each nation is too busy developing itself.
The only losers would be the policy makers from think-tanks like the Brookings Institution, and the corporate-financier interests which fund them.
A future where Israel lives in peace with its neighbors is possible.