World Powers are stumbling their way into another reset of the Middle East in 2065

World powers are stumbling their way into another reset of the Middle East in 2065.

NEC-SE has stated multiple times that with the injection of world powers along political lines rather than security lines of efforts the Middle East geopolitical and ethnical/religious communities are going to be in shambles again just as they were when the French and the British decided to carve up the region given economics of oil.

If the world powers do not work with all the minorities in the region and allow them to mend the torn fabric of the Middle East societies they will have to return to the region for a final reset of in 2065.

On 12 AUG 15 NEC-SE posted the article: #2) The beginning of a new era for the oldest region (Syria)

In the article we stated: “NEC-SE believed that before Assad leaves and is “replaced” the Alawites who have been tied to Assad and the Christians will have their own “region.” This is what Russian, U.S. and other key players in Syria may have agreed upon. The Christian “region” will be geographically linked to Lebanon.”

“The link analysis and our understanding of the operational environment show us that these key players have turned over the execution of their policy to Iran’s FM Zarif, who negotiated his country’s nuclear deal with world powers, which is why he is in Damascus and Beirut talking about the possible peace process in Syria.”



Todays article states:  In unexpected twist, Assad ally may be Lebanon’s next president

“BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanon’s political crisis has taken a dramatic turn with the possibility that a friend of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad could become president in a power-sharing deal aimed at breathing life back into the paralyzed state.”

It should be asked why is it that Turkey who recently shot down a Russian aircraft is going to receive 3 Billion from EU to support its “refugee Crisis” yet has not managed to give a dollar to Lebanon, which holds majority of the refugees within the region.

Let’s hope that the new president of Lebanon can finally receive the funding’s needed to support the refugee issues in Lebanon.

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