Arab subordinates of Anglo-Zion Hegemon

Democratic or not, all Arab countries and Turkey are effectively subordinates of the Anglo-Zion Hegemon.

The Arab world is on the centre stage of international affairs again. The picture coming from Arab capitals and their political leaders is ugly, to say the least. Ukraine helped remove all masks used by the Euro-Nazi Satanists, and Israel did the same with the Arab world. Anglo-Zion Hegemon is behind both of them and is rapidly becoming unintended collateral damage itself.

From fake Sultan Erdogan, via sheiks and princes to presidents and prime ministers, the Arab world put its corrupt structures and leadership on display.

I am not sure if Erdogan, at least, should get some credit for taking part in the people’s uprising and demonstrations in Turkey. Or, is it just another of his tricks resulting in presenting him as a “leader”.

Anglo-Zion’s subordinates in Ukraine and Israel are relying on their master’s absolute control over news media to make themselves look like victims. It worked for some time in Ukraine. However, in Gaza, it failed miserably. There are limits to how many times you can use the same lies in your propaganda campaigns.

Based on developments on these two fronts, one can make some conclusions. The first one would be that Western propaganda has done a pretty good job of creating Russophobia all over Europe. Somehow, they failed to achieve similar results regarding hatred towards Arabs. Maybe because it is more “natural” to Europeans, who have been exposed to Russophobia for a couple of centuries at least.

The most important conclusion is that Arab Street is light years apart from their (un)elected leaders.

Could the Arab World stand up and protect Palestinians?

The Arab World is not independent and, therefore, cannot be free.

Let’s face it! The Arab World is, similar to Europe, an occupied territory. Anglo-Zion Hegemon has numerous bases all over the Arab World and Turkey (a member of NATO). If Arab Street want freedom for Palestinians, then it will have to free itself first. Without that, it is all just a huge and noisy waste of time. We have seen it before, and we know there will be no results. Nothing. That is precisely what the Anglo-Zion hegemon is counting on.

If needed, the hegemon will create another “event” somewhere else on this planet, and Gaza will disappear from your screens just as Ukraine did before and Afghanistan before and… you can keep adding. Do you remember Wesley Clark’s story of attacking all those countries? Iran was the last one on the list. They attacked all the others already. What is the next target? Can you guess?

Those who need an Anglo-Zionist Hegemon to protect their “freedom” deserve none.

Anglo-Zion hegemon’s bases in the Arab World

The Palestinian-Israeli conflict, which has flared up with renewed vigour, threatens to escalate into a war of a higher level, where the main parties will already be old enemies – the United States and Iran. Both of these states have influence in other countries in the region, and thus, the entire Middle East could become a battlefield between the two powers. A kind of overture to this scenario was several attacks on American military bases in Iraq and Syria. What other US facilities are in the Middle East, and whether could they be attacked. I doubt they will be attacked. However, it might be “organised” if required. They are masters of deceit.

Bahrain – Seven Thousand US military personnel

The US Navy’s Fifth Fleet is based in the western part of Bahrain’s capital, Manama. At the pier, there are from 2 to 5 destroyers and about 10 military boats. In addition, several other high-speed vessels are moored in the port, and there is a military airfield nearby for American helicopters and aircraft.

UAE – Five Thousand US military personnel

Al Dhafra Air Base, south of the capital, has 16 US Air Force squadrons providing all-weather reconnaissance, surveillance, air control and aerial refuelling. Al Fujairah Seaport connects the Persian Gulf to the Indian Ocean and is an impressive engineering feat with advanced technical equipment. The UAE offered the US Navy to use this port as its base in exchange for patrolling the adjacent waters.

Jordan – Three Thousand US military personnel

Jordan became the first Muslim country to open its military bases to American aircraft after the outbreak of the Palestinian-Israeli war. In less than a week, three F-15s, five F-35As and four more F-15Es belonging to the US Air Force fighter wing were deployed to Amman.

Al-Salti airbase in central Jordan is used by American troops under the pretext of fighting ISIS. It constantly houses twelve F-16 aircraft and three full-fledged fighter squadrons. Now, they are training new pilots and conducting patrol and reconnaissance operations in the Syrian desert.

Qatar – Thirteen Thousand US military personnel

Al Udeid Air Base is the headquarters of US Air Forces Central Command in the Persian Gulf. The Al-Sailiya base, which is used by US ground forces to house materials and equipment heading to Iraq, is also located in the suburbs of Doha. It is the world’s largest US Army deployment site, capable of storing more than 150 M-1 Abrams tanks, 116 Bradley Fighting Vehicles and 112 other armoured personnel carriers.

Kuwait – Thirteen Thousand US military personnel

Ali Al Salem and Ahmad Al Jaber air bases are owned by the Kuwaiti government but are primarily operated by US Air Force squadrons. And even despite the end of the fight in Iraq, American troops were allowed to remain at the installations on the condition that they continued to “ensure the security of the country.”

There are three American camps in Kuwait: Buhring, Patriot and Spearhead. Particularly noteworthy is the Arifjan base, which houses units of the US Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard.

There are facilities not only of the United States but also of NATO. The United States may well use this bridgehead as a reserve.

Oman – Six Hundred US military personnel

Muscat is among the strongest supporters of Washington’s presence in the Persian Gulf. Air bases in the city of Tumrit and on the island of Masirah are leased by the US Navy, and they are guarded by the American PMC DynCorp.

A special feature of the facilities is their proximity to the Indian Ocean, which is strategically important for the American armed forces. They can be considered a critical link connecting other Pentagon military bases in terms of providing transport and fuel supplies.

Saudi Arabia – Three Thousand US military personnel

Saudi Arabia provides four facilities for use by U.S. military personnel in exchange for financial and military support – King Abdulaziz Air Base in Dhahran, Prince Sultan Air Base in the closed city of Al Kharj, King Faisal Naval Base in Jeddah and Air Base in the village of Eskan, where Saudi soldiers are being trained.

The possibility of a renewed confrontation between Tehran and Riyadh should not be ruled out. Especially in light of Washington’s attempts to reassemble the crumbling “anti-Iranian front.”

Iraq – Six Thousand US military personnel

Since the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, nearly 400 military installations have been built across the country, including camps, operational bases, fire bases, patrol bases, outposts and logistics facilities. Two air bases remain as the main locations of the US armed forces: Al-Harir in Kurdistan and Al-Asad in western Iraq.

Syria – Nine Hundred US military personnel

The nine remaining US military bases are designed to hold important economic regions. Four of them are located in the oil-rich province of Deir ez-Zor. Five are in the province of Hasakah, where, in addition to oil, the country’s most fertile lands are located.

The nine remaining US military bases are designed to hold important economic regions. Four of them are located in the oil-rich province of Deir ez-Zor. Five are in the province of Hasakah, where, in addition to oil, the country’s most fertile lands are located.

Türkiye – Five Thousand US military personnel

As part of the cooperation between NATO member countries, there are two US military installations in Turkey. The first is an air base in the city of Incirlik, jointly intended for reconnaissance operations against Russia in the Black Sea and for rapid response to crises in the Middle East. Since 2016, mass rallies of the Turkish population have been held near the facility, demanding its closure. The second is a radar station in the city of Kyurechik.


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