Today I’m going to talk about some
Some things I know both President Bush as well as Iraq Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki don’t want to see is a divided
Regardless, I have to say although I am not a fan of President Bush, this commission headed by James Baker III, that man who famously said “F**k the Jews!”, has some recommendations that would be disastrous for Israel, but also for Saudi Arabia and for the United States. This Baker Commission is saying that there should be direct, high-level diplomacy between the
Here’s why that’s such a bad idea.
(supposedly a great friend of the Saudi Arabia ), is a Sunni Muslim nation. They don’t want to see the influence of Shiites in the USA Middle Eastgrow. Therefore, they don’t want having a lot of influence in Iran . They are already troubled by Iraq and Iran ’s influence in Syria . If the Lebanon pushes for Iranian and Syrian involvement in U.S.A. , this will say to the Saudis that the Iraq is also pushing for a broader Shiite presence in the U.S.A. Middle East. (This is despite the fact that the anti-Syrian government in currently is Sunni, and is also friendly to the Lebanon ) The Saudis don’t want to see the U.S.A. act in what they would consider an unfriendly manner. U.S.
- It would be undeniably bad for
if Syrian and Iranian influence in the Israel Middle Eastgrew and was encouraged by the This is because some of the stipulations U.S.A. wants just to enter into diplomatic negotiations with the Syria regarding helping in U.S. , have to do with the Iraq pressuring U.S.A. to return the Israel Golan Heightsto , and of course, Syria wants Iran wiped out permanently. Israel
- It would be bad for the
because entering into direct negotiations with either U.S.A. or Syria would show the Muslim world that terrorism pays. They would, indeed have bullied the Iran (As well as U.S. Europe) into doing their bidding. wants to be a nuclear power at any cost, they support terrorist organizations around the world and they have basically, on more than one occasion, told the rest of the world to f**k off. If the Iran enters into direct diplomacy with U.s. they will view it, not as a victory for their nation, but as a victory for Islam. The Iran will be seen as weak, the protective walls of the “great Satan” will be viewed as crumbling. And again…extremists win in that situation. United States
All around the commission’s recommendations are foolish. They are appeasing to radical Islamic nations, and will do nothing to truly engender peace in the long run. Do I think the
On the other hand, using
And screw James Baker III, his commission and anyone else (