On election night, hours before the known outcome, Bill O’Reilly made a statement which, in many ways, foreshadowed the results of the election:
The demographics are changing. It’s not a traditional America anymore. And there are 50 percent of the voting public who want stuff. They want things. And who is going to give them things? President Obama. He knows it. And he ran on it.
With much of the population being pacified and babied, their apathy for the Middle East will be the cause of the swelling and spread of Islamic fundamentalism, because they’d rather have a welfare state then a more secure world.
Obama’s re-election has caused a major boost in confidence for countries like Britain and France in their wanting to topple Assad. But, it has also given confidence to Turkey, in its desire to oust Assad. The overall goal of the Turks, of course, is to conquer Syria, in order to revive the Ottoman empire.
A little while back, I reported on the Turkish plan to revive the Ottoman empire, and that Syria will be a primary target for Turkey’s expansion of its universal empire. Syrian Ambassador to Tehran Hamed al-Hassan, had this to say:
Turkey is trying to reconstruct the Ottoman Empire in the region … When Turkey’s Justice and Development Party won the Turkish parliamentary elections, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan presented his party’s victory to the people of Syria, Egypt, Morocco, Central Asia, and the Balkans which were once parts of the Ottoman Empire.
Now with Obama re-elected, the Turks, England and France, will be pushing the U.S. more than ever to push for the ousting of Assad, with the help of NATO forces. That this is Obama’s second term makes this situation even more dangerous, because the president now has nothing to lose, since he does not have to worry about campaigning for a subsequent victory. His actions can be reckless, since he does not have to worry about getting re-elected.
Expect to see Obama’s actions in the Middle East to be reckless – and the cause of chaos. We must expect to see the rise of Turkey following the future fall of Assad thanks to the U.S., Western allies, and NATO. With Assad gone, Turkey will then gradually take power over Syria.
Syria will be the first nation to go under Turkish rule because of its closeness, and the expediency of invading such a country. Turkey is , after all, trusted by the West, and Syria will voluntarily allow itself to be under the power of Turkey in order to fill the absence of an internal strong government. Before this occurs, it is highly likely that Syria will fall under the control of the Muslim Brotherhood.
This will give rise to a Turkish superpower, which will ultimately expand throughout the Near East, which will pose a threat to the West and Israel.
The fall of Syria, and the rise of Turkey will be the result of Obama’s re-election.
Within hours of Obama’s second victory, Western allies had already designed a development for Syria, expecting a much more aggressive approach to Syria by the president. England and Turkey are already discussing the use of NATO against Bashar al-Assad, expecting more support from Obama.
British prime minister David Cameron stated that:
There is an opportunity for Britain, for America, for Saudi Arabia, Jordan and like-minded allies to come together and try to help shape the opposition, outside Syria and inside Syria … And try to help them achieve their goal, which is our goal of a Syria without Assad.
Turkey is working with rebel groups, stating that NATO has discussed on using Patriot missiles to protect a supposed safe zone inside Syria.
Shashank Joshi, an analyst at London’s Royal United Services Institute, a military and security think tank, made a statement indicating the confidence felt by Western forces in their plan to oust Assad, on account of Obama re-election:
With the re-election of Obama, what you have is a strong confidence on the British side that the U.S. administration will be engaged more on Syria from the get-go.
According to British Foreign Secretary William Hague, American, British, French, and Turkish diplomats are already scheduled to meet with Syrian rebel groups in Doha, Qatar.
David Cameron also said that he will press Obama to try and end the Syrian revolution.
As I have reported numerous times, the Syrian revolution is not peaceful, nor is it for the cause of peace and democracy, but for the establishment of a Islamic state in Syria, and primarily, for the configuring of a Caliphate. This recent video says it all:
A couple of months ago, I did an interview on the TV show Decision Point, in which my documentary on the Syrian revolution was played. It demonstrates the carnage this revolution has brought:
When the emotions of ecstasy from the Obama supporters subside, and the Islamic Turkish superpower arises, hopefully the destructive forces which brought Obama into office will be weakened, and the America that yearns to defend itself and its values – and its key allies like Israel – will reawaken.
Theodore Shoebat is the author of the book, For God or For Tyranny.