Orthodoxy and Islam are by law considered Russia’s traditional religions with formally equal rights
Anglo-Zion Hegemon and subordinates Euro-Nazi-Satanists, have a long history of attacking countries that are either Eastern Orthodox or followers of Islam.
It is not easy to list all victims of aggression by Anglo-Zionist Hegemon as there are many. However, they seem to repeatedly attack Eastern Orthodox (Russia and Serbia) and countries that are part of the Islamic world (mainly but not exclusively the Middle East). What is it that Anglo-Zionist Hegemon and subordinates Euro-Nazi-Satanists dislike about Eastern Orthodoxy and Islam? The answer is that both are traditional religions with traditional values. As notorious plunderers, Anglo-Zionist Hegemons and subordinates, Euro-Nazi-Satanists are also interested in robbing natural resources controlled by Russia and the Middle East.
The collapse of the Ottoman Empire and start of the Arab “Century of Humiliation”
The collapse of the Ottoman Empire created a power vacuum quickly occupied by colonial powers such as the UK and France. New colonial rulers initiated the creation of quasi-national states with borders drawn arbitrarily without regard for ethnic or other diversity.
These new states were entirely controlled by their new colonial masters. The primary purpose of these states was to facilitate the protection of the interests of new colonial masters and the plundering of natural resources. It laid the ground for the “divide and conquer” strategy that will be applied in the future. It is fair to say it marked the beginning of the Arab “century of humiliation”.
Decolonisation of the Middle East and the role of the USSR and Yugoslavia
Decolonisation of the Arab World and Africa would be much slower and possibly unsuccessful without help from the USSR. Decolonisation was closely associated with serious attempts to establish societies with social justice as part of socialist movements. The Soviet Union provided political, economic and military assistance to all anti-colonial movements in the Middle East and Africa. Yugoslavia played a significant political role in helping decolonisation worldwide. One of the founders of the Non-Aling Movement, Yugoslavia, directly and indirectly supported decolonisation forces.
On July 23, 1952, a coup d’état overthrew King Farouk, who was now widely considered a British puppet. Planned by a group of military officers called the Free Officers’ Executive Committee, the coup was almost bloodless, and Farouk went into exile. The president of the Free Officers’ Executive Committee, Gamal Abdul Nasser, became Egypt’s new leader. About a year later, Egypt was proclaimed a republic. Nasser quickly introduced social and land reforms, ultimately developing a reform program that came to be called Arab Socialism.
Iraq became a formal mandate of Britain in 1919. With the Hashemite monarchy in power, pro-British civilians governed Iraq well into the 1950s. A military coup d’état in 1958 displaced the Hashemites, after which Iraq aligned with Egypt. As the process of decolonization took a more militant turn, Iraq suffered much unrest, until 1963 when a new socialist government formed by a coalition of nationalist army officers and members of the Ba’ath Party took power.
After 1968 the Ba’athists were the sole ruling authority of Iraq. Saddam Hussein, who had played a powerful role from the wings, became the president of Iraq in 1979 and stayed in power until 2003, when he was ousted by the coalition forces of the United States and United Kingdom.
Syria was originally a part of the Ottoman Empire. In 1920 the independent Arab Kingdom of Syria was established, under Feisal, the commander of the Arab forces and the third son of the Sherif of Mecca. Feisal only ruled for a few months, however, before Syria was attacked and then occupied by French forces. In 1922 Syria became a French mandate.
The modern Libyan state began to take shape within the Ottoman Empire from the mid-16th century onward. Libya’s path to independent statehood was violently interrupted in 1911 with the onset of an Italian conquest. World War II, in turn, disrupted Rome’s efforts to annex Libya through settler colonialism and ethnic cleansing. The United Nations (UN) helped to guide Libya to independence under the Sanusi monarchy in 1951, albeit in close collaboration with the United Kingdom and the United States.
Though the extraction and exportation of oil from the 1960s onward helped to alleviate some of the financial constraints on the government, the increasing centralisation of power within the monarchy eventually led to a military coup in 1969. Libya’s new regime, under the leadership of Muammar Al-Gaddafi.
From 1954 to 1962, France was embroiled in a crisis that deepened with every passing day. Algeria wanted independence and fought tooth and nail to gain it from the French. From organised terror attacks to full-scale scale war, mass incarcerations, the fall of the Fourth Republic, and threats from the French within France by pro-imperial forces, the war was indeed complicated, violent, and difficult to resolve.
Whatever the outcome, France was set to lose. The Algerian War of Independence was a nail in the coffin of imperialism and the French Empire and added to the long list of colonial uprisings against European rulers.
Dissolution of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia – Prelude to the counter-revolution in the Arab World
The dissolution of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia started almost simultaneously. However, the USSR dissolved peacefully due to the danger of nuclear weapons being used against foreign interventionists. Yugoslavia, unfortunately, had no nuclear weapons. Anglo-Zion hegemon and subordinates, Euro-Nazi-Satanists, used the fifth column to inflame religious and ethnic differences. The real targets of the Anglo-Zion hegemon and subordinates Euro-Nazi-Satanists, were Russians and Serbs.
Anglo-Zion hegemon and subordinates, Euro-Nazi-Satanists, started their preparations in the Middle East in 1990 – before the dissolution of the USSR. However, they were reluctant to proceed with the destruction and occupation of Iraq fearing intervention by the USSR.
The occupation of the southern Serbian province by the “international” forces in 1999 was proof that Serbia was the target. The province illegally declared independence from Serbia in 2008. It is still occupied by the Fourth Reich parading as NATO and hiding behind the UN. Most of Kosovo & Metohija population follow Islam.
Serbia was recognised as a successor of Yugoslavia, and Russia was a successor to the USSR. Without Serbia, there would never be Yugoslavia; without Russia, there would never be the USSR. The dissolution of Yugoslavia made a significant impact on the political influence of the Non-Aligned Movement. The dissolution of the USSR resulted in a weakened Russia unable to support forces of freedom in the Arab world and worldwide.
The dissolution of the USSR and Yugoslavia created conditions to weaken Russians and Serbs and to surround them with enemies supported by the Anglo-Zion hegemon and subordinates Euro-Nazi-Satanists. Conditions were also made for aggressions against Arab governments that were not servants of the hegemon.
Turning Eastern Orthodox Slavs against each other
- Coloured revolution in Georgia that ultimately ended with a civil war
- The coloured revolution in Ukraine ultimately ended in a civil war (2014), followed by the intervention of Russia in 2022.
- Independence of Montenegro was followed by pressure against the Serbian Orthodox Church, the creation of an artificial “Montenegrin” language and discrimination against Serbs living in the country
Turning Eastern Orthodox Slavs against Islam
- Civil war between Eastern Orthodox Serbs, Bosnian Muslims (wrongly called “Bosnians”) and Catholic Croats
- Civil war between Eastern Orthodox Russians and Chechen Muslims – turning Islam against Eastern Orthodox
- War between Armenians and Azerbaijanis
Anglo-Zion hegemon and subordinates Euro-Nazi-Satanists return to the Middle East – The Arab Spring – War on Islam
Here are the key events in the First Arab Spring, in chronological order:
December 17, 2010: Mohamed Bouazizi sets himself on fire outside a local government office in an act of protest after being arrested by police for not having a permit to run a vegetable stall. Street protests begin soon after his death throughout the country.
January 14, 2011: Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali resigns and flees to Saudi Arabia.
January 25, 2011: The first coordinated mass protests are held in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt.
February 2011: Protestors in several predominantly Muslim countries stage “Days of Rage” to oppose authoritarian governments and push for democratic reforms.
February 11, 2011: Egypt’s Mubarak steps down.
March 15, 2011: Pro-democracy protests begin in Syria.
May 22, 2011: Police beat thousands of pro-democracy protesters in Morocco.
July 1, 2011: Moroccan voters approve constitutional changes that limit the power of the country’s monarchy.
August 20, 2011: Rebels in Libya launch battle to take control of Tripoli.
September 23, 2011: Yemenis hold a “Million Man March,” a large-scale pro-democracy protest.
October 20, 2011: Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar Qaddafi is captured by rebels, tortured and killed.
October 23, 2011: Tunisia holds first democratic parliamentary elections.
November 23, 2011: Yemen dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh signs a power-sharing agreement. He resigns altogether in February 2012 and is later killed, in 2017, while the country is still engulfed in a civil war.
November 28, 2011: Egypt holds first democratic elections for parliament. In June 2012, Morsi is elected president, but is removed from power by coup in July 2013.
The Second Arab Spring is a series of anti-government protests in Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Sudan, Syria and Tunisia, with several starting in late 2018. Economic protests also took place in the Gaza Strip
Conclusion – for those who belong to the Eastern Orthodox and Islam
Anglo-Zion hegemon and subordinates Euro-Nazi-Satanists are the major enemy of Islam and the Eastern Orthodox Slavs. The hegemon used religion and nationalism to turn Eastern Orthodox against Eastern Orthodox, Muslims against Eastern Orthodox and Muslims against Muslims. Why? Countries that practice Islam spread from Indonesia to Morocco and, together with Eastern Orthodox Russia, control vast deposits of minerals and energy sources.
It is time for leaders of the Arab World and those of Eastern Orthodox Slavs to realise who the enemy is and to fight it together.