|The United Muslim States (or Caliphate) as Envisioned in the Near Future|
The problem with these riot-revolutions is that the majority of the people involved in them are not necessarily bad people. In the case of Egypt the people were economically and politically oppressed by Hosni Mubarak's regime. Their anger was justified, but so is the anger of those oppressed by the Iranian regime, and many other oppressed peoples in the region.
To date (2-16-2011) the following countries are in various stages of upheaval...
For now there is no end in sight. Both Israel and Saudi Arabia are becoming increasingly isolated, and while there are things the Saudi monarchy can do to appease the masses, there is nothing Israel can do but sit and wait for the inevitable. This is backing Israel into a corner with no way out but through military action - eventually.
|This brilliant cartoon captures the reality of the situation|
in Egypt and other Middle Eastern nations.
|When the Caliphate is established, it's land mass will|
dwarf Europe and possibly surpass the size
of the United States.
The official position of the United States in all of this is eerily familiar. Back in 1979 when pro-democracy students overthrew the Shaw of Iran, the Carter administration likened the return of the Ayatollah from exile in France to the "return of Gandhi." Americans were assured the Iranian student protesters were "pro-democracy" and would never allow the creation of a radical Muslim state. Within months the Ayatollah took over Iran and turned it into an Islamic theocracy. President Carter was then quickly reduced to a mere hostage negotiator. Strangely enough the former president is repeating the same mantra again in regards to what is going on now, and the current Whitehouse administration is echoing it. It's as if our leaders continuously miscalculate over and over again. As for the American press, they are largely the fourth branch of government. Whatever the official position of the Whitehouse is, the news media just repeats it.
|The Islamist short-term plan for a regional Caliphate, followed by a|
long-term plan for worldwide domination.
There is not much we can do to help the Israelis. The Zionist pipedream of creating an exclusively "Jewish State" in the middle of the Islamic world was shortsighted and insane. Since it's inception into law it has resulted in multiple wars and countless acts of terrorism. Granted, it is Israel that is primarily attacked, but it is also Israeli policy of maintaining and enforcing a strictly "Jewish State" that aggravates the situation. All that aside, it's about to become ancient history, as Israel's main problem now will be it's very survival. Israel now has three problems to face and all three spell it's eventual political demise. The first is the military threat from the emerging Caliphate super-state. The second is a potential internal Egyptian-style uprising of the Palestinian people. The third is demographics, as Israeli Jews do not maintain a birthrate high enough to sustain the nation for longer than thirty years. Meanwhile the Palestinian birthrate continues to rise. Even if Israel manages to beat the odds on a military threat and a popular uprising, it still must face down the harsh reality of biological mathematics.
So what (if anything) can America do to help Israel? There isn't much. We cannot afford to fight their wars for them, and supplying them with more weapons and money will only turn the Caliphate's wrath toward us. All we can do is urge the Israeli's to make peace with the Palestinians, by either creating a separate Palestinian State immediately, or else annexing the territory and granting full Israeli citizenship to all Palestinian Muslims and Christians. This is their best bet at maintaining peace with their Arab neighbors and the emerging Caliphate. Aside from that, the only thing the United States can do is formulate a mass evacuation strategy for Israel citizens if or when the unthinkable occurs. Should that happen, the United States had better be prepared to absorb millions of Jewish and Christian refugees not only from Israel, but also the entire Arab world.
The United States can do nothing to help Europe. Only the Europeans can help themselves, and that can only be done by abandoning both multiculturalism and secularism entirely. Restoring Europe to it's Christian roots is the only solution, as only a healthy and robust Christianity stands in between Europe and an Islamic revolution.
All America can do to help itself is return to it's Christian roots, disengage from the Middle East, and start using our own energy reserves. Word has it we have enough oil to become the Saudi Arabia of the 21st century. When you look at the crisis posed by our national debt, it is high time we start using it to turn our situation around.