Required reading for anyone who wants to really understand what’s going on, here.
If there was any ‘justice’ in the world, then journalist James Corbett, of the Corbettreport.com website, would get about a thousand Pullitzer prizes for his sterling work. At least.
But there isn’t, so he won’t.
In the meantime, one of my friends (thank you Chana!) ‘happened’ to mention this episode to me, without knowing that I’ve spent the last month trying to figure out how the State of Israel is connected to the Hedjaz railway, and the Armenian genocide that occurred around World War I.
This episode is bringing A LOT of the pieces together, and it’s required viewing (or if you prefer, you can read the show notes HERE) – to understand what is really going on here, and who is behind all the mess the world is currently in, most recently with this COVID-19 plandemic.
UPDATE: HERE’S PART II:
Of course, the State of Israel has a very special role to play in all this ongoing external control of the Middle East (i.e. the oil and gas fields that were discovered here).
As we continue to see in our day, whenever there is some sort of externally manufactured ‘war’ or civil unrest going on in the Middle East, that gives the oligarchy-controlled politicians the cover they need to wade in as ‘peace keepers’, to take over the natural assets of the country under guise of ‘protecting them’.
The US has done that in Iraq.
Apparently, it’s just done that in Syria, too.
And also in Libya.
And Corbett explains how Rockefeller (Standard Oil) protege Henry Kissinger helped to engineer the Yom Kippur war in 1973, to helpfully ‘spike’ oil prices for his masters.
Where we all keep going wrong is that we’re seeing this as ‘nation states’ against each other.
There are oligarchs, billionaires, royalty, bankers at the top of the pyramid, and those people literally redrew the map of the world around World War I, to better serve their economic interests, and to create nations and political systems that would serve them, and their socio-economic aims.
And the State of Israel was one of those ‘created’ countries.
If you go HERE, you’ll find a very interesting Wikipedia article about the McMahon-Hussein agreement of 1915, where the British agreed to create ‘nation states’ for the Arabs under Turkish rule, if they would rise up and revolt against the Turkish empire.
Of course, they double-crossed the Arabs, published the Balfour Declaration in 1917 instead – notably, after the Rothschild family intervened – and the rest is history.
The Paris Peace Conference between the allies to agree territorial divisions after the war was held in 1919. The correspondence was primarily relevant to the regions that were to become Palestine, Transjordan, Lebanon, Syria, Mesopotamia (Iraq) and the Arabian Peninsula. At the conference, Prince Faisal, speaking on behalf of King Hussein, did not ask for immediate Arab independence but recommended an Arab state under a British mandate.
… [In] April 1920 the San Remo conference was hastily convened in response to Faisal’s declaration. At the conference, the Allied Supreme Council granted the mandates for Palestine and Mesopotamia to Britain, and those for Syria and Lebanon to France.
The United Kingdom and France agreed to recognize the provisional independence of Syria and Mesopotamia. Provisional recognition of Palestinian independence was not mentioned. France had decided to govern Syria directly and took action to enforce the French Mandate of Syria before the terms had been accepted by the Council of the League of Nations.
In Palestine, the United Kingdom appointed a High Commissioner and established their own mandatory regime….
….At the same conference, US Secretary of State Robert Lansing had asked Dr. Weizmann if the Jewish national home meant the establishment of an autonomous Jewish government. The head of the Zionist delegation had replied in the negative.[o]
Lansing was a member of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace at Paris in 1919; he said the system of mandates was a device created by the Great Powers to conceal their division of the spoils of war under the colour of international law.
What’s really interesting, is that Chaim Weizmann is on record as not wanting an autonomous Jewish Government in Israel:
Weizmann’s reply to Lansing was as follows: “Dr. Weizmann replied in the negative. The Zionist organisation did not want an autonomous Jewish Government, but merely to establish in Palestine, under a mandatory Power, an administration, not necessarily Jewish, which would render it possible to send into Palestine 70 to 80,000 Jews annually.
The Association would require to have permission at the same time to build Jewish schools, where Hebrew would be taught, and in that way to build up gradually a nationality which would be as Jewish as the French nation was French and the British nation British. Later on, when the Jews formed the large majority, they would be ripe to establish such a Government as would answer to the state of the development of the country and to their ideals”
I always found Weizmann’s and Ben Gurion’s stance of NOT wanting to create an independent Jewish country very strange, but now I think this is the answer to that conundrum.
The State of Israel was ‘created’ by the French Rothschilds to ensure they would have their people on the ground, to keep the oil flowing from the Middle East, where it could be barrelled and shipped off from Haifa Port. It was never intended to be a true home for the Jewish people – and especially not the religious, ‘primitive’ type of Jewish people.
This from the corbettreport:
In 1891, the Rothschilds contracted with M. Samuel & Co., a Far East shipping company headquartered in London and run by Marcus Samuel, to do what had never been done before: ship their Nobel-supplied Caspian oil through the Suez Canal to East Asian markets.
The project was immense; it involved not only sophisticated engineering to construct the first oil tankers to be approved by the Suez Canal Company, but the strictest secrecy. If word of the endeavour was to get back to Rockefeller through his international intelligence network, it would risk bringing the wrath of Standard Oil, which could afford to cut rates and squeeze them out of the market.
In the end they succeeded, and the first bulk tanker, the Murex, sailed through the Suez Canal in 1892 en route to Thailand.
In 1897, M. Samuel & Co. became The Shell Transport and Trading Company. Realizing that reliance on the Rothschild/Nobel Caspian oil left the company vulnerable to supply shocks, Shell began to look to the Far East for other sources of oil.
In Borneo they ran up against Royal Dutch Petroleum, established in The Hague in 1890 with the support of King William III of the Netherlands to develop oil deposits in the Dutch East Indies. The two companies, fearing competition from Standard Oil, merged in 1903 into the Asiatic Petroleum Company, jointly owned with the French Rothschilds, and in 1907 become Royal Dutch Shell.
You can read about the ‘Valley Railway’ that snaked through the Middle East down to the port of Haifa, here:
And then, you can read about the Kirkuk-Haifa oil pipeline that was being operated by the British between 1935-1948 – until Begin’s lot finally pressured the Brits enough to leave Israel – here:
“The pipeline and the Haifa refineries were considered strategically important by the British Government, and indeed provided much of the fuel needs of the British and American forces in the Mediterranean during World War II.”
I have to tell you, so many ‘mysteries’ are starting to resolve, at least for me.
The State of Israel really was a ‘colonial’ project, conceived of as a way to leverage Western oligarchical control of an area rich in oil and minerals.
Just as the House of Saud was ‘created’, and the Jordanian royal family was ‘created’, and the Syrians ended up being ruled by the tiny minority Alawites, the oligarchs supported those Jews for governance who were a fanatically secular ‘minority’ who the majority of Jews had nothing in common with (at that point….)
These Jews used the pretext of World War I to grab the haluka and other charitable payments for themselves, that were coming in from the diaspora to support the Old Yishuv – the frum Jews who saw it as a mitzvah to settle the land – and by so doing, effectively helped to starve their religious ‘opposition’ in the land of Israel to death. Literally.
The population of Eretz Yisrael shrank from 85,000 to 55,000 over World War I.
Most of the people lost at that time came from the religious community. Before World War I, religious Jews were a large majority in the Holy Land, but the secular Jews managed to ‘leapfrog’ over them, by the end of the war, and to push right to the head of the queue for becoming the defacto ‘leaders’ of what became the State of Israel.
If you want to learn more about what happened here, I recommend reading the biography of Rabbi Chaim Sonnenfeld, and also Between Redemption and Revival: The Jewish Yishuv in Jerusalem.
So much more to say, as always.
Where the Armenian genocide fits into all this, I’m still trying to figure out.
But it’s growing clearer that everything that’s going on with the Port of Beirut, and with the oil in the Golan Heights, and with the US pressuring Israel to not let the Chinese build the new hi-tech port in Haifa, and even with all the ‘manufactured wars’ going on all around us, this is all some sort of re-hash of what was happening 100 years ago.
It’s unfinished business, part of the oil oligarchs’ continuing manipulation of the world’s little people, to keep us at each other’s throats while a handful of billionaires continue to plunder the world of its natural resources and try to play God.
But not for much longer.
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