34 Sunni Led Islamic Countries Create ‘Coalition Against Extremism’ with Saudi-Turk Leadership! Vestigial Caliphate?

In keeping with the current dysfunction of the lame-stream-media to cover relevant information as a priority, with only sparse media coverage and as if it wasn’t important enough to make a big deal over, Saudi Arabia announced a new Islamic coalition against extremism on December 17th; CNN reports (the CIA News Network of choice). Notably absent on the list of 34 Islamic run member countries formally entering into this coalition – which is eerily reminiscent of the western ‘coalition of the willing’ – were the two majority Shia nations of Iraq and Iran, the majority Shia Azerbaijan, and of course Syria led by the Shia/Alawite Bashar al-Assad (Syria is however 74% Sunni).

Syria, Iraq, and Iran, are heavily aligning politically, militarily, and economically, with the Russian Federation recently … hmmm … could there be a correlation here? Is NATO support for the Sunni ‘moderates’ (NEWSPEAK FOR RADICALS) a causation for this correlation? Is this new coalition a precursor to a larger Sunni vs Shia hot-war which is about to break out, with NATO and CSTO/SCO taking sides respectively? Is this why Saudi Arabia has already invaded the 50/50 Shia/Sunni boiling pot of Yemen after the Houthi Shia rebels expelled the Saleh and Hadi regime, the previous Saudi puppets?

The new coalition will be headquartered in Riyadh, capital of Saudi Arabia, and it seems as if Turkey is already moving into Iraq to prepare an operation to secure the Euphrates corridor (see below RT clip). This move by Turkey is preemptive, anticipating a Russian move to dig into Iraq also, as it already has in Syria. It would seem that the old Ottoman Turk vs Arab rivalry can be settled quite easily, well, when such large natural gas sales and transit revenues are involved, a century of resentment between frenemies dissolve as quick as a AAA-rated security stamped in London.

It would seem that the majority Sunni countries run by NATO aligned princeling puppets, and despots like Erdoğan, would like to ‘attack the radicals’ who are only Sunnis sourced from their own Sunni countries and the west, by fighting these radicals on the sovereign territory of the Shia countries forming a pipeline block from the Mediterranean to the Zagros with Russian support. Oh, what a coincidence that ISIS Sunnis are such a problem for Saudi Arabia and Turkey, and that these two leading Sunni countries and their friends can now use ISIS as a pretext to invade the lands of their Shia enemies – just as Turkey is now doing in Iraq – removing this pipeline block by at last ousting Assad.

Russia called NATO’s bluff, committing ground troops and air support to uphold Assad, and now NATO and friends are being exposed as liars, murderers, and the driving force behind terrorist proxy warriors. Another clear aim of this present and coming incursion, is to finally balkanize Iraq, as if that country hasn’t suffered enough because of the illusive ‘weapons of mass destruction’ that the previously aligned ‘coalition of the willing’ were so concerned that Saddam was hiding under his mattress (READ: PetroDollar enemy). Apparently, if you can’t find a reason to invade your geopolitical enemies, either make one up, or engineer one using proxy nut cases with low IQ’s. The Saudis and Turks have studied NATO Operation Gladio and say: “well why can’t we?”… more blood$hed …

“(CNN) – Calling Islamic extremism a disease, Saudi Arabia has announced the formation of a coalition of 34 largely Muslim nations [led by Sunnis; Shia block exempted] to fight terrorism. “This announcement comes from the Islamic world’s vigilance in fighting this disease [extremism] so it can be a partner, as a group of countries, in the fight against this disease,” Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman said.”

This ‘disease’ the Saudi Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman is actually trying to fight, is Iranian and Russian support for Shia power-blocks in Iraq and Syria, which are blocking his natural gas pipelines. Qatar, Kuwait, U.A.E., and ironically Israel, all need this blockage removed in order to sell their natural gas profitably into the European Energy Market, bypassing very costly LNG and shipment processes. The Arab natural gas will also be able to bypass Suez Canal transit, and horn of Africa piracy, if it no longer has to be liquefied and shipped.

DETAILED SECTARIAN AND POPULATION DEMOGRAPHICS IN MIDDLE-EAST REGION (7450px x 5793px .PNG 2.5MB)
IRAQ: ETHNO-SECTARIAN AND POPULATION DEMOGRAPHICS (3837px x 3868px .PNG 803KB)
SYRIA: DETAILED ETHNO-SECTARIAN AND POPULATION DEMOGRAPHICS (4938px x 4249px .PNG 947KB)
[MAPS FROM DIRECT URL: MAPS COURTESY GULF2000 PROJECT, BY DR. MICHAEL IZADY.]

Under this arrangement, Turkey will control all of the main natural gas transit rights, and will enthrone itself as the vital commercial pivot between Europe and the Middle East. There is no other route that these Nabucco pipeline expansions can take. Putin and Gazprom execs know all too well, that allowing such natural gas competition would kill the Russian Federation’s main economic dynamo, which is rebuilding Russia with almost unchallenged access to the European Energy Market.

By supporting Russia, Syria and Iraq, Iran would probably be happy to simply prevent the enrichment of its Sunni petro-gas giants to the south in pure spite, not to mention that Iran can also feed its gas through Iraq onto the Syrian coast, selling LNG into the EU market by ship, bypassing the Suez canal of the majority Sunni Egypt, and avoiding horn of Africa piracy. Alternatively Iran could do a deal with Russia to supply their gas through the Gazprom network to the north, bypassing majority Sunni Turkey all together, but this would require Azerbaijan to throw its support finally behind the other Shia power players, rather than pandering to the NATO block.

“There’s been the idea that ISIS is a bigger challenge for Iran and its allies than it is for the Arab states, even though this feeling is changing now,” said Fawaz Gerges, a professor of Middle Eastern Studies at the London School of Economics. “ISIS has threatened not only Iran and the (Shia)-dominated regimes in Iraq and Syria but even the Sunni-dominated Arab states.”
– [Quoted in above referenced CNN article]

Yes, ISIS has been *threatening to destroy the Kaaba* in Mecca, calling it idol worship, and Saudi Arabia have been acting as if ISIS is their enemy. It is all an act. Saudi Arabia and Turkey helped to create ISIS, which is just a cover story for a Sunni invasion of Shia controlled territory. A large false-flag event like the September 11th 2001 attacks is necessary, to allow this new coalition and NATO to overrun Syria and Iraq with heavy ground troops. Like I have been saying for over a year now, the next BIG false-flag attack will be the *Mecca Clock Tower*, which was built to loom over the Kaaba by the Saudi Binladen Group construction company, and which will be blamed on ISIS. This event will create the political and media cover necessary for this Sunni coalition to invade Iraq and Syria with NATO support, drawing Russia and Iran into a massive regional war. The players are aligning as per the graphic at the beginning of this post, and Israel will be pulled into this conflict also. This will surely catalyze the Biblical Armageddon.

The guy in the second half of the above video clip totally nails the strategy being played out in Syria, its larger connection to the engineered refugee crises, and attacks such as the recent Paris terror attack. However, don’t expect Russia Today to mention the Natural Gas Pipeline corridor the Syrian war is being fought over, because otherwise Russia would be admitting that it isn’t altruism in ‘helping a sovereign Syria fight a great terror’. No, you will never hear RT cover much news at all that involves potential natural gas pipeline infrastructure in this region, because connections between Russian foreign policy and Gazprom might stink as badly to the general public, as the clear NATO support for western fossil fuel companies in its own Middle East foreign policy excursions. This is not a matter of who is worse – though it doesn’t get much worse than a NATO + Wahhabist alliance – this is a matter of INEVITABILTY! … I’m just pointing out the truth, and the truth is the following …