Q: What advice do you have for the Arab world as they continue to struggle with the issues of our time and a possible war with Iran?
A: Well, I have lots of advice politically. The thing is there is no such thing as the Arab world first and foremost. Arabs are united in the U.S. and Europe, but the goals and geo-politics of Arab nations in the Middle East are anything but united or on the same plane. This is why other powers take advantage of that rift and are able to keep the rift going. The West has created and helped keep Arab kingdoms (post-WWI) in place for its own geo-political interests.
Together those kingdoms and the West have helped put down Arab secular nationalist movements from the 50s on. This has created the need for the populace to search elsewhere for democracy and equality (Islam) in setting up an egalitarian society. The aggression against Iran by the U.S. should not be encouraged by Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations. The real war in this world is not political or religious. It’s a globalist-based class war integrating nations, cultures and religions. This is not to say there are not other reasons that people fight, of course.
Q: Do you feel that the world is on a one-way track to destruction with all the issues facing it like war, global warming, etc.?
A: It depends on what you mean by the world. Civilization is currently scientifically unsustainable based on the accelerated rate of destruction of natural resources coupled with the accelerated rate of population rise. We need to search for a new “life.”
(mi utheving). Fyren er fantastisk.