Anglosphere Plan to Create Islamic Crescent Yielding Results?
By Staff News & Analysis - October 24, 2011

Libya's liberation: interim ruler unveils more radical than expected plans for Islamic law … Libya's interim leader outlined more radical plans to introduce Islamic law than expected as he declared the official liberation of the country … Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, the chairman of the National Transitional Council and de facto president, had already declared that Libyan laws in future would have Sharia, the Islamic code, as its "basic source". – UK Telegraph

Dominant Social Theme: These are wars for oil. These are wars for profit. These are wars for freedom. They are certainly intended to remove the yoke of Islamic tyranny from a grateful populace … Hey, wait a minute!

Free-Market Analysis: Nearly a year ago now we posted an article "Western Elites Secretly Still Building Islam" and we see no reason to re-evaluate this supposition. Thanks to the Internet Reformation, the Anglosphere power elite is under pressure as never before. And the best way to alleviate pressure is to start a war, or better yet create an implacable enemy.

Islam serves as the enemy in the 21st century and now as the West's spate of seven … eight … nine (we lose track) wars begin to have a serious impact, we start to evaluate the outcome. The idea, we have written on numerous occasions now, is to set up two areas of Arab and African influence.

One area of influence would be an Islamic crescent arc of such countries as Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, Syria and Iraq. The other sphere of influence would be created via the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries such as Saudi Arabia, the Arab Emirates, etc. This group is now being buttressed "coincidentally" by Jordan and Morocco.

We are not surprised, therefore, to find that new and liberated Libya is suddenly lurching toward its Islamist roots. Others may be surprised but elite meme-watchers are harder to confuse. This is evidently the plan, a dominant social theme made into reality by serial warfare. Here's some more from the article above:

…Libya's Mr Abdul-Jalil [has specifically lifted] immediately, by decree, one law from Col. Gaddafi's era that he said was in conflict with Sharia – that banning polygamy. In a blow to those who hoped to see Libya's economy integrate further into the western world, he announced that in future bank regulations would ban the charging of interest, in line with Sharia.

"Interest creates disease and hatred among people," he said. Gulf states like the United Arab Emirates, and other Muslim countries, have pioneered the development of Sharia-compliant banks which charge fees rather than interest for loans but they normally run alongside western-style banks.

Libya is already the most conservative state in north Africa, banning the sale of alcohol. Mr Abdul-Jalil's decision – made in advance of the introduction of any democratic process – will please the Islamists who have played a strong role in opposition to Col Gaddafi's rule and in the uprising but worry the many young liberal Libyans who, while usually observant Muslims, take their political cues from the West.

It is always divide and conquer with Western elites. In this case, the divide-and-conquer methodology involves the West as well. The great central banking families that want to run the world need to continue the phony war on terror for as long as possible. Where enemies are not apparent they will manufacture them.

This is not a popular view of what is going on. Much more comfortable to proclaim – as does the Left – that the real reason for America's serial wars is to steal oil and mineral wealth. Or it is as some in the alternative news community proclaim – to create a strategic advantage as regards Chinese military ambitions.

From our humble point of view, these may have some legitimacy in their particulars, but in aggregate are designed to distract people from the reality of the one-worldism now being implemented. Almost every single recent war in the Middle East and Africa – and every US/AYM inspired uprising – has been waged against a secularist government.

The list is astonishing: The Ivory Coast, Libya, Yemen, Egypt, Tunisia, Iraq – and perhaps Syria and Pakistan yet to come – have been secularist in nature. Into the power vacuum slips the Muslim Brotherhood, supposedly the bogeyman of the West but in reality an entity that apparently long ago reached an understanding with Western Intel agencies.

And then there is Tunisia, also in the news today. Tunisia is holding elections for the first time after dictatorial secularist Ben Ali's forced departure; and the results will doubtless make Islam a political force. The powerful Islamist Ennahda Party has reportedly proven out in past polls to attract at least 20 percent of Tunisian voters, double the amount for the next most popular party, the PDP.

The idea is apparently (our hypothesis) to create an enemy – create chaos – and then use the West's superior influence as a mediator and as a military force to rationalize the situation. Both sides, in conflict with each other (phony or not), will need the West's mediation and military supplies. These Western-affiliated, Muslim countries thus begin to represent the fruition of an ongoing Hegelian dialectic – the model for (ultimately) a Westernized Islam.

After Thoughts

We have made this point on numerous occasions because what is going on seems both complicated and confusing. But if one continues to regard the world from the perspective of the Anglosphere's ambition to pursue and create global governance, then what is difficult to decipher begins to resolve itself. Comprehension, in our view, underpins personal wealth, especially when it comes to such an important and volatile region as the Middle East.