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British-Saudi Nexus Behind New
`Arc of Crisis' Destabilization

July 7, 2009 (EIRNS)—The explosion of violence, now ripping through the political/geographical Eurasian arc that spans from the Caucasus, through Pakistan, and up to Xinjiang province in China, has a common source, in the British-Saudi nexus of terrorist groups, devoted to destroying the nation-state. The vehemence of this assault is a testament to the determination of the British imperial monetary empire, to prevent any effective action against its drive for world empire.

One of the singularities in this pattern of violence lies in Iran, where the maneuvering is especially intense.

A senior U.S. intelligence source has confirmed this past weekend's news reports (July 4-5) that Israel and Saudi Arabia are secretly negotiating over air routes for an Israeli Defense Forces attack on Iran. The source reported that Israeli officials are in talks with representatives of many of the Gulf Cooperation Council states. The source added that at least three possible bombing routes are being negotiated, for Israeli attacks on Iran's purported nuclear weapons program sites. Saudi-Israeli talks, crucial to any such Israeli "breakaway ally" attack, are being mediated through Egyptian and Jordanian intelligence channels. This may explain news reports in the past 24 hours about Israeli submarines passing through the Suez Canal, where they had previously been barred.

The source emphasized that Saudi Arabia and Israel are, today, the two "anchors" of the Sykes-Picot British controls over the politics of the extended Persian Gulf/Eastern Mediterranean region. Under no circumstances, the source emphasized, do the British wish to see Iran and United States enter into a diplomatic normalization—especially a process that resolves the dispute over Iran's nuclear energy program. Exploiting U.S. President Barack Obama's well-known and well-profiled Nero complex, the British have seized the initiative on the unraveling Iran crisis, and have pushed a hard line against Tehran, intended to bolster the internal position of Supreme Leader Khamenei and President Ahmadinejad, and make U.S.-Iranian diplomatic talks far more difficult.

"If the United States and Iran were to normalize diplomatic relations and solve the impasse over Iran's nuclear program," the source said, "the entire being mediated through Egyptian and Jordanian intelligence channels." This may explain news reports in the past 24 hours about Israeli submarines passing through the Suez Canal, where they had previously been barred.

The source reported that Saudi Arabia and Israel are, today, the two "anchors" of the Sykes-Picot British controls over the politics of the extended Persian Gulf/Eastern Mediterranean region. Under no circumstances, the source emphasized, do the British wish to see Iran and United States enter into a diplomatic normalization—especially a process that resolves the dispute over Iran's nuclear energy program. Exploiting U.S. President Barack Obama's Nero complex, the British have seized the initiative on the unraveling Iran crisis, and have pushed a hard line against Tehran, intended to bolster the internal position of Supreme Leader Khamenei and President Ahmadinejad, and make U.S.-Iranian diplomatic talks far more difficult.

"If the United States and Iran were to normalize diplomatic relations and solve the impasse over Iran's nuclear program," the source stated, "the entire British game would be up. So London is doing everything it can to heighten the tensions, weaken the Iranian opposition, and maintain its 'managed chaos' program for the region. A Saudi-Israeli agreement, based on the idea of a confrontation with Iran, is at the heart of the Sykes-Picot scheming today."

In short, the number-one enemy of the United States in South and Southwest Asia is the British Empire. To the extent that Israel, Saudi Arabia, and other regional states play into the British game, they are working against the United States and their own self-interests—and will pay the price for their defense of the Sykes-Picot Great Game.