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Redrawing Borders Of The Middle East

Map Of The New Middle East: 2006 Blood Map

Before and after maps from “Blood borders: How a better Middle East would look”, Armed Forces Journal, June 2006. Retired United States Army lieutenant colonel, author, and media commentator Ralph Peters articulates his ideas of Middle Eastern policy.

We may or may not have been listening to the Bush administration when the rhetoric was cast, but obviously the ‘New Middle East’ initiative had taken effect during this period. Obama’s administration followed suit with the same policies. So if we Americans are scratching our heads and wondering what all the turmoil in the Middle East is all about, it appears that the elites are trying to carve a new map, with the use of military and regime change.

In a column for Armchair General Magazine, he wrote in support of regime change in Syria, Iran and Pakistan: “Syria’s determination to develop nuclear weapons apes Iran’s and North Korea’s nuke programs, as well as Pakistan’s successful bid to join the club of nuclear powers … Given a choice between taking out Osama Bin Laden and his entire leadership network and eliminating renegade nuclear engineers, the latter option might do far more for our long-term security.”

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