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The Paris Peace Conference 1919 seen through the eyes of a Zionist
What caused the civil war in Syria? I think it was none other than the fatal Paris Peace Conference in 1919, when the two winners of the First World War divided the world between themselves. The two were England and France; Italy retired early from the conference and Wilson announced his doctrine that the continent of America belonged to the USA and went home. The Conference decided to impose punishing tributes on Germany, which led to its economic collapse and to Hitler, whose sole objective was to roll back the Conference's diktats (pic.: the Mirrors Hall of Versailles). Austro-Hungary was dissolved and new countries were formed, which led to one hundred years of tensions and wars in Eastern Europe, all to re-group the countries along ethnic reality on the terrain. The last "correction" was the creation of Bosnia, in the Balcans, a few years ago. The hundred years re-arrangement of borders may not have ended, as Hungary is very bitter and is ruminating on how to harmonize its borders with the area settled by ethnic Hungarians.
The Middle East was divided between England and France. The Zionist lobby led by Chaim Weizmann succeeded in achieving a "promise" that Palestine was to be Jewish; then, we were double crossed by a secret pact (Sykes-Picot) that gave Syria and Lebanon to France, and the rest to England. The British were mandated by the Conference to create a Jewish State in Palestine (see map) but they cut off Transjordan to create a kingdom for an Arab collaborator.
The peoples of the Middle East had been fighting to break up the artificial borders decided in Paris a hundred years, and to create ethnic frameworks where they can live in security and peace. Lebanon has been destroyed and cantonized, the shape of Syria is being fought out in these days and probably it will end as ethnic cantons, like Irak today. Syria may survive as a formal fiction, like Irak, while in fact the Kurdish areas are already autonomous from East Turkey to Mosul, and the Druze have formed one block with their brothers in the Golan, the Galil and the mountains of Lebanon.
For a hundred years, we Jews are fighting to make true the Paris Accords of 1919, and we are claiming Palestine for ourselves as promised but never delivered. We have taken possession of CisJordan; how and when the process will be completed may take another hundred years. From the perspective of one hundred years, the Paris Conference has originated immense human suffering. The people in Syria may not be aware that they are fighting a hundred years old injustice (worse, bad decision), but that is the cause that their country is being leveled. Israel still has not reached its natural borders. All these wars have to be fought off to the end, till the map reflects the ethnic reality on the land. It will take another one hundred years, may be, but it will be done.
As a reminder: November 2, 2010 - 'Syria is a military obstacle'
‘IDF intelligence chief: Israel’s next war will see heavy casualties’
'Syria is a military obstacle'...
In farewell meeting at the Knesset, Gen. Amos Yadlin says next conflict will hit Israel far harder than recent wars in Lebanon and Gaza – and hints for first the time at Israeli involvement in a 2007 strike on a nuclear plant in Syria…
In a final meeting at the Knesset, outgoing Military Intelligence chief Amos Yadlin warned on Tuesday that Israel’s next war would be fought on several fronts – causing far heavier damage and casualties than other recent conflicts. A new war would be far deadlier than Israel’s last two, relatively short, conflicts in Lebanon in 2006 and Gaza in 2008-9. Syria, particularly, posed a greated military obstacle to Israel than at any time in the past three decades, Yadlin said, having amassed advanced Russian-built antiaircraft missiles that seriously limited the operational freedom of the Israel Air Force. Yadlin also hinted at Israel’s involvement in attacking a Syrian nuclear facility in September 2007. That strike has been widely attributed to Israel, but the government has never officially taken responsibility for the operation. The veteran soldier, who turns 60 next year, told the committee that during his position as MI chief he had contended with two enemy nuclear programs – apparently a reference to Iran and Syria. Yadlin also warned of a growing threat from the Iranian nuclear program, saying Iran now had enough highly enriched uranium to build a bomb.