Order Out Of Chaos–The Doctrine That Runs The World

Order Out Of Chaos: The Doctrine That Runs The World

alt-market

“From the days of Spartacus-Weishaupt to those of Karl Marx, and down to Trotsky (Russia), Bela Kun (Hungary), Rosa Luxembourg (Germany), and Emma Goldman (United States), this world-wide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilization and for the reconstitution of society on the basis of arrested development, of envious malevolence, and impossible equality, has been steadily growing. It played, as a modern writer, Mrs. Webster, has so ably shown, a definitely recognizable part in the tragedy of the French Revolution. It has been the mainspring of every subversive movement during the Nineteenth Century; and now at last this band of extraordinary personalities from the underworld of the great cities of Europe and America have gripped the Russian people by the hair of their heads and have become practically the undisputed masters of that enormous empire.”

- Winston Churchill, February 1920, in an article that appeared in the Illustrated Sunday Herald

The concept of conspiracy frightens some people, so much so that they are willing to overlook any and all evidence that world events are for the most part directed, rather than chaotic and coincidental. For those who are uneducated and unaware, explanations for the terrible tides of politics and war generally revolve around a false understanding of Occam’s razor. They argue that the theory states that the “simplest explanation” is usually the correct one for any particular problem or crisis. But Occam’s razor actually states that the simplest explanation according to the evidence at hand is usually the correct answer for any given problem. That is to say, the simplest explanation must conform to the evidence, or it is likely not correct.

Unfortunately, “skeptics” of directed conspiracy often turn a blind eye to evidence that is contrary to their simple explanations, while arguing that simplification is its own vindication. In other words, they don’t feel the need to defend their simplistic world view because, in their minds, simplicity stands on its own as self-evident. There was a time when men believed that the planets revolved around each other because they were tied together by long glass strings, and this was evident to them because it was the simplest explanation they could come up with. The thinking of skeptics of the New World Order and concerted globalization is much like this.

The most common argument they tend to exploit is that the world is far too “chaotic” and that if the elites are actually seeking a fully centralized one-world system, they are “failing miserably” because so many cultures are so clearly divided. For anyone who holds this argument as logical or practical, first I would suggest they look beyond the surface of the various conflicts at the similarities between these so called “enemies.”

For example, what about the United States versus Russia? These two nations have a long history of opposing ideologies and have come close to war time and time again. Certainly, average Americans see themselves as individualists and Russians as socialist or communist. Average Russians see Americans as capitalist imperialists and see themselves as humanists. But what about their respective governments? What about their respective financiers and oligarchs? Do they really see each other as enemies?

If that were so, then why did American Wall Street tycoons and the U.S. military aid the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917?


A false paradigm was created when internationalists supported the Bolshevik Revolution and allowed Russia to become a communist-held country. The eventual Cold War that resulted created the rationale used by the military-industrial complex to build a massive standing army (which is not part of the U.S. Constitution), an army which could then be sent around the world to subdue various nations and even possibly be used to oppress the American people.

Even today, the false East/West paradigm continues, with America painted as the bumbling villain and Russia painted as the stalwart and reasonable objector. Yet Russia’s top government officials and our top government officials work closely with and answer to the same international financiers and elites, like the International Monetary Fund and the Bank of International Settlements, as I outlined in great detail in False East/West Paradigm Hides The Rise Of Global Currency and Russia Is Dominated By Global Banks, Too.

Even closer to current events, the U.S. has now entered into military operations against ISIS insurgents moving rapidly through Iraq’s northern regions toward Baghdad. However, if ISIS is the enemy, why did the U.S. and our ally, Saudi Arabia, support and train ISIS agents in Syria as well as Iraq?

Is it just irony that our government helped birth ISIS and now the White House is at war with the group? Or is it possible that maybe, just maybe, a greater plan is afoot?

As the sinister Rahm Emanuel famously said: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”

If a crisis of opportunity does not present itself in the time frame you need, why not ENGINEER a crisis to fit your goals? This is a tactic that has been used by elites for generations, and it is called the Hegelian dialectic.

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel’s work was the very foundation of the collectivist/socialist ideology, and it inspired Karl Marx during his writing of The Communist Manifesto. Hegel was an avid statist who believed that the collective must be ruled and directed by centralized governance and that all individualism should be sacrificed for the greater good.

Hegel wrote that the state “has supreme right against the individual, whose supreme duty is to be a member of the State… for the right of the world spirit is above all special privileges.”

In his dialectic theory, Hegel conjured a strategy by which the establishment elites could control the masses through deliberately created division. To define the Hegelian dialectic method simply, the ruling body must first trigger a problem or crisis that causes the citizenry to react with fear and demand a solution. The rulers then offer a solution, which they had already predetermined before they had started the crisis; this solution would usually entail more power for the elites and less freedom for the citizens.

The world appears divided and chaotic exactly because it has been MADE that way by a select few in the globalist establishment. In fact, if you were to name any war in the past 100 years, any competent alternative analyst would easily produce undeniable evidence of the involvement of international banks and think tanks pulling strings on both sides.

If you don’t understand the concept of “order out of chaos,” then you’ll never understand a thing.

Engineered chaos serves several purposes. It provides distraction and cover for the elites to implement other plans that they would rather not have noticed.

It also provides a scapegoat for the masses, who are now divided against each other. When violent changes are implemented that produce destructive consequences, the people must be placated with an easily identifiable villain. Certain changes globalists wish to make in the way the world functions require the careful exploitation of scapegoats.

For example, the globalists at the IMF have been discussing the establishment of a global basket currency for years to replace the U.S. dollar.

Russia and the East have also, conveniently, been calling for the IMF to replace the dollar with their Special Drawing Rights basket.

And finally, as well as conveniently, the elites in the U.S. government have launched a controlled coup in Ukraine and initiated direct economic confrontation with Russia, thereby giving the East the perfect excuse to dump the U.S. dollar as world reserve and replace it with a basket currency system under the IMF. Despite claims that Vladimir Putin is “anti-globalist,” the Russian is in fact an avid supporter of the IMF, and has stated his goal is to continue Russia’s IMF membership in a larger capacity:

“In the BRICS case we see a whole set of coinciding strategic interests. First of all, this is the common intention to reform the international monetary and financial system. In the present form it is unjust to the BRICS countries and to new economies in general. We should take a more active part in the IMF and the World Bank’s decision-making system. The international monetary system itself depends a lot on the US dollar, or, to be precise, on the monetary and financial policy of the US authorities. The BRICS countries want to change this.”

Yes, Vladimir, and so do the manipulative social engineers at the IMF…

Hopefully, you have the sense to see how this works: problem, reaction, solution. Economic or physical war is launched between East and West, while the dollar is killed in the process. The masses react by demanding a fair and balanced replacement for the dollar as world reserve so that economic stability can return. The Americans blame Russia and the East for their fiscal misfortune. The East blames the hubris of the West for its own downfall. Neither side blames the banksters, who started the whole calamity to begin with. And the elites swoop in as saviors with a new Bretton Woods-style agreement to appease all sides and cement their global currency system, the system they had always wanted. And with a global economic currency and authority in place, global governance is not far behind — order out of chaos.

This process is more psychological than political in its goals. One could argue that if the elites already have control of all central banks and governments, then why do they need a global government? The answer is that these men do not want secret global governance, they want open global governance. They want us to ACCEPT the idea as a fact of existence, for only when we agree to participate in the lie will they then have truly won.

The end result of World War I was the creation of the League of Nations and the argument that sovereignty leads to disunion and catastrophe. World War II led to the creation of the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund. I believe that a third world war is nearly upon us, one that may involve weapons of monetary destruction more so than weapons of mass destruction. Each supposed disintegration of global unity has eventually led to greater centralization, and this is something the skeptics seem to forget. The progression of crises suggests that the next war will lead to total globalization under the dominance of a minority of elitists posing as “wise men” who only wish to bring peace and harmony to the masses. In the meantime, the skeptics will continue to mindlessly debate in the face of all reason that the whole thing was a fluke, an act of random mathematical chance, leading coincidentally to the one thing the establishment rulers crave: total global totalitarian micromanagement.

You can contact Brandon Smith atbrandon@alt-market.com

Maronite Patriarch Says East and West must stop financing terrorism

Rai: East and West must stop financing terrorism

daily star LEB

BEIRUT: Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai called on eastern and western states to stop funding terrorism Sunday, urging them to stop sending militants to battle in Iraq and Syria.

Rai renewed his appeal to the international community to stop financing terrorist organizations with money and weapons.

The Patriarch also urged states to cease “from sending mercenaries to demolish, murder and displace” innocent citizens in Syria and Iraq.

“The Arab League, the United Nations, the Security Council and the International Criminal Court should join the fight against terrorist organizations and protect religious minorities,” said Rai during Sunday Mass at his summer residence in Diman.

Rai urged international organizations to assist in returning the Christians of Mosul to their homes and to observe the protection of all their rights.

Rai also said that he is set to visit Christians expelled from Mosul and Nineveh in the next couple of days.

With respect to ISF and Army members captured by Syrian militants during the Arsal clashes, Rai prayed that “God would enable the government to liberate detainees from the military and Internal Security Forces.”

The patriarch lauded the principles of diversity and coexistence that are characteristic of the National Pact on Saturday night, saying that all components of Lebanese society constitute an added value to a united national fabric.

“The National Pact is like the spirit of the Lebanese entity,” said Rai, highlighting that it is based on a rejection of religious theocracy as well as atheistic secularization.

The patriarch spoke on the core principles of the National Pact, saying that the Lebanese have embodied all its components through an equal power sharing formula between Christians and Muslims in the fields of governance and administration.

Rai said that the Lebanon “is fully independent, with an Arabic identity and belonging.”

“ Lebanon collaborates with Arab and foreign countries while keeping a balance between both,” he added, saying that Lebanon grants neither entities guardianship nor privilege over the country.

During a graduation ceremony hosted in Biel in Downtown Beirut, seventy students from the Lebanese diaspora were awarded certificates that would allow them to receive a Lebanese citizenship from the respective embassy or consulate in their home state.

“Citizenship will give you and generations after you, all civil rights, and will keep [official] records of your names,” he said.

“The immigrant cannot be equal to the deceased,” Rai added, saying that members of the Lebanese diaspora ought to be recorded in official records.

The National Pact, set up by Christians and Muslims in 1943, is a charter that lays down the principles of coexistence between the two religions.

Kyiv Dispatches Rival Aid Convoy, As Russian Relief Caravan Waits At Ukrainian Border

Rival convoy: Ukraine has also dispatched its own fleet of trucks to Lugansk, pictured above being dispatched from the capital Kiev

Now armoured personnel carriers join the Russian aid convoy as shelling of besieged rebel city stepped up

daily mail

  • Heavier Russian military presence was seen today around the fleet of 262 trucks, parked near the border
  • Russians say the vehicles are carrying food and supplies for besieged rebel regions – but Ukraine demanded checks
  • Shells kept raining down on stronghold city of Donetsk, which city council says killed 11 people yesterday
  • Armoured personnel carriers also seen driving into Ukraine ahead of the convoy – which Moscow had denied

By Kieran Corcoran For Mailonline

Armoured personnel carriers have joined a controversial Russian ‘aid convoy’ parked outside the Ukrainian border, as Kiev sends its own inspectors into Russia amid diplomatic tensions

The Russian military presence around the convoy became more evident today, as the Ukrainian government said it had sent in ‘large numbers’ of border guards to verify the contents of the 262 trucks – which Russia says are full of food and other essentials such as sleeping bags for the rebel city of Lugansk, which is without food, electricity or water.

Rows on rows of the trucks came to a standstill in a field by the border town of Kamensk-Shakhtinsky yesterday, after Ukrainian prime minister Petro Poroshenko insisted his government be allowed to inspect the cargo, and that anything less would be considered an act of war.

It came as shelling of the rebel stronghold city of Donetsk intensified, where artillery fire killed 11 people yesterday. Many of the city’s million-strong population have taken to makeshift bomb shelters and are facing shortages of water and electricity, according to relief agencies.

Military presence: Russian Armoured Personnel Carriers line up near the Ukrainian border region of Russia, where the aid convoy has been parked since yesterday

Military presence: Russian Armoured Personnel Carriers line up near the Ukrainian border region of Russia, where the aid convoy has been parked since yesterday

Standstill: The fleet of 262 trucks - which the Russians say are stacked with food, sleeping bags and electricity generators - have been waiting since yesterday to cross

Standstill: The fleet of 262 trucks – which the Russians say are stacked with food, sleeping bags and electricity generators – have been waiting since yesterday to cross

Tensions: Ukraine has demanded to be allowed to inspect the trucks, some of which are reportedly almost empty

Tensions: Ukraine has demanded to be allowed to inspect the trucks, some of which are reportedly almost empty

Panorama: The trucks have spent three days on their journey to Ukraine from Russia, and have yet to pass into the country due to a demand for inspections

Cargo? The left truck appears not to be carrying a significant amount of cargo, while the right one is filled with sacks of aid

Just milk: A soldier, standing in a truck which is not heavily loaded, shows a tin of condensed milk – part of the promised aid shipment – to waiting photographers

The city’s council announced the new deaths this morning after a night of fierce fighting in the centre and west of the industrial city. Yesterday they said that 74 Donetsk residents had been killed since Monday.

The fate of the Russian convoy now seems more hopeful, after Ukrainian news sources reported that the cargo is now set to pass into the country through the Izvaryne crossing, under the management of Ukraine and European monitors.

But in a bizarre twist it emerged that some of the trucks are practically empty. Reporters allowed inside the vehicles saw stacks of just a few boxes, or isolated bags of grain in the huge cargo holds.

Drivers at the scene claimed the trucks were underfilled in case some vehicles broke down and needed to hand over their freight.

Kiev has also dispatched its own convoy of 75 aid trucks to the region.

However, reporters travelling with the convoy said as many as a dozen military vehicles drove straight across the border last night without waiting for inspectors. A correspondent for the Telegraph said the vehicles ‘didn’t even turn off their headlights’.

Ukraine has long claimed that this sort of incursion happens constantly, though Moscow denies it. A Ukrainian spokesman yesterday said: ‘These movements into take place practically every day with the aim of provoking [Ukraine]. Last night was no exception. Some armoured vehicles came across. We are checking on the quantity and the number of people who came over.’

Ukraine has expressed fears that Russia could use the aid shipment as cover for a military incursion in support of the separatists and threatened to use all means necessary to block the convoy if Ukrainian officials and the Red Cross were not allowed to inspect the cargo.

The Ukrainian government threatened to use all means available to block the convoy if the Red Cross was not allowed to inspect the cargo. Such an inspection would ease concerns that Russia could use the aid shipment as cover for a military incursion in support of the separatists, who have come under growing pressure from government troops.

Heavy arms: A Ukrainian soldier sits atop a self-propelled artillery gun headed towards Donetsk, which has been shelled for several days

Heavy arms: A Ukrainian soldier sits atop a self-propelled artillery gun headed towards Donetsk, which has been shelled for several days

Heavy weapons: The Ukrainian artillery pieces were pictured rolling towards Donetsk yesterday as the Kiev government put more pressure on the rebel forces

Heavy weapons: The Ukrainian artillery pieces were pictured rolling towards Donetsk yesterday as the Kiev government put more pressure on the rebel forces

Angled for destruction: A Ukrainian fighter poises a mortar cannon in a field near Illoviask, a town near Donetsk which has also been under fire

Angled for destruction: A Ukrainian fighter poises a mortar cannon in a field near Illoviask, a town near Donetsk which has also been under fire

Emplacements: Row on row of mortars, and boxes full of ammunition, were arrayed in the field yesterday at sunset as the offensive intensified

Emplacements: Row on row of mortars, and boxes full of ammunition, were arrayed in the field yesterday at sunset as the offensive intensified

Fields aflame: Ukrainian soldiers patrol the roads as the destruction wrought by artillery cannon can be seen in the distance

Fields aflame: Ukrainian soldiers patrol the roads as the destruction wrought by artillery cannon can be seen in the distance

The Russian convoy set out Thursday morning from a military depot in the southern Russian city of Voronezh where it had been parked since late Tuesday. Moscow says the convoy has 262 vehicles, including about 200 trucks carrying aid.

The white trucks, some flying the red flag of Moscow and escorted by military vehicles, drove down a winding highway through sunflower fields and then turned west toward the rebel-held border crossing of Izvaryne.

But about 17 miles from the border, the trucks pulled off and parked in a large field where dozens of beige tents had been set up. Drivers in matching khaki shorts and shirts piled out stopped for the night.

The route suggested Russia has decided not to abide by a tentative agreement to deliver aid to a government-controlled border checkpoint in the Kharkiv region, where it could more easily be inspected by Ukraine and the Red Cross.

Stopped: The trucks halted less than 20 miles from the Russian border. Russians authorities say they are full of food, sleeping bags and emergency generators

Stopped: The trucks halted less than 20 miles from the Russian border. Russians authorities say they are full of food, sleeping bags and emergency generators

Downtime: The drivers of the trucks, all dressed in the same tan t-shirts and shorts, amassed outside their trucks near Kamensk-Shakhtinsky after being ordered to stop

Downtime: The drivers of the trucks, all dressed in the same tan t-shirts and shorts, amassed outside their trucks near Kamensk-Shakhtinsky after being ordered to stop

Ukraine fears the convoy could be a pretext for a Russian military invasion or further support for the pro-Russian rebels it has been fighting since April.

After a clumsy and ineffectual start, Ukraine’s forces have taken back much of the territory once held by rebels.

As the circle around the separatists tightens, two of their top figures have resigned in the past week. On Thursday, the rebel Donetsk People’s Republic said its defense minister Igor Girkin had resigned.

Both Girkin and former rebel prime minister Alexander Borodai, who was replaced last week, are Russians and both were replaced by Ukrainians. Those moves could indicate an attempt by the separatists to distance themselves from allegations by Kiev and the West that Russia supports or directs the insurgency, charges that Russia denies.

Moscow has insisted it coordinated the dispatch of the goods – which it says range from baby food and canned meat to portable generators and sleeping bags – with the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Rolling: The Ukrainian government dispatched its own convoy as tensions rose over the destination - and cargo - of the 262 Russian trucks

Rolling: The Ukrainian government dispatched its own convoy as tensions rose over the destination – and cargo – of the 262 Russian trucks

ICRC spokeswoman Anastasia Isyuk said talks were continuing but she could not confirm where the Russian convoy was headed.

‘The plans keep changing, the discussions are going ahead and we will not confirm for sure until we know an agreement has been reached,’ Isyuk said in Geneva.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, meanwhile, addressed hundreds of lawmakers Thursday in the Black Sea resort of Yalta in Crimea, which was annexed by Russia from Ukraine in March. He did not speak specifically about the convoy.

In a relatively subdued address, Putin said only that his goal was ‘to stop bloodshed in Ukraine as soon as possible.’ Moscow should improve life in Ukraine ‘without building a wall from the West,’ he said, but asserted that Russia would ‘not allow anyone to treat us with arrogance.’

Iraq’s PM Maliki gives up his post

Iraq’s PM Maliki gives up his post, supports his successor Abadi

Russia-Today
Iraq's Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki (Reuters / Thaier Al-Sudani)

Iraq’s Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki (Reuters / Thaier Al-Sudani)

Iraq’s Nouri al-Maliki has announced his resignation from the post of Prime Minister of the embattled state in a speech on state television. He said that he supported his nominated replacement in the post, Haider al-Abadi.

Nouri al-Maliki has surrendered his power in face of the ISIS onslaught in Iraq and now supports his replacement, Haider al-Abadi that was nominated by the country’s president on Monday.

“It is my duty to fix any mistake that may impede on constitution process,” Maliki said in his televised address to the nation, cited by Al Arabiya.The outgoing PM defended his time in office claiming that he has “opened up Iraq to the world” and has chosen from the beginning to “distance” himself from using force.

“I am not the only target, all of Iraq is,” he said claiming that ISIS’ power stems from the Syrian conflict. “The Syrian conflict paved the way to re-define the political map of the region,” Maliki stated.

“I withdraw my candidacy for PM in favor of Abadi to safeguard the unity & stability of Iraq, political process,” Maliki wrote on his Facebook page before the address.

Maliki has been facing pressure to step aside for a new leader who would be capable of countering Islamic State militants – the biggest security threat in the country.

Newly elected Iraqi parliament speaker Salim al-Juburi (L) watching as Iraqi President Fuad Masum (2nd L) shakes hands with deputy parliamentary speaker Haidar al-Abadi (R), (AFP Photo / Iraqi Prsident Office)

Newly elected Iraqi parliament speaker Salim al-Juburi (L) watching as Iraqi President Fuad Masum (2nd L) shakes hands with deputy parliamentary speaker Haidar al-Abadi (R), (AFP Photo / Iraqi Prsident Office)

“Maliki will withdraw the complaint against the president and will back the prime minister designate,” his spokesman Ali Mussawi told AFP earlier.

Al-Maliki has been struggling for months to stay for a third four-year term as PM of the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003. He has been widely criticized for his pro-Shiite stance that resulted in the marginalization of the Sunni minority, leading to wide discontent in the country.

The pressure from criticism reached a boiling point at the start of the week when the Shiite political alliance backed Haider al-Abadi, to replace him. On Monday Iraqi President Fouad Massoum nominated al-Abadi to form the next government and has given him 30 days to do so. Maliki initially refused to step aside saying that such a move violated the constitution.

The international community also applied vast pressure on Maliki to step down by endorsing the new PM. The Security Council on Wednesday urged Iraq’s new PM to form an inclusive government to preserve state integrity and ease sectarian tensions.

Haider Al-Abadi, in a UN Security Council statement, is asked “to work swiftly to form such a government as quickly as possible and within the constitutional time-frame” and called on “all political parties and their supporters to remain calm and respect the political process governed by the Constitution.”

“We urge him to form a new cabinet as urgently as possible, and the US does stand ready to fully support a new and inclusive Iraqi government,” US Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday.

The UN has declared the highest level of emergency in Iraq on Wednesday as the ISIS advance threatens minority groups in the country. Thousands of mainly Yazidi refugees left Mount Sinjar and fled to a camp just over the border in Syria that the International Rescue Committee is setting up.

Earlier on Tuesday, the UN Human Rights office said it received “verified reports” that the Islamic State is systematically hunting down members of minority groups who remain trapped in areas under their control and giving them the ultimatum, “convert or die,” stated Christof Heyns, UN Special Rapporteur.

Last week it was reported that extremists from the Islamic State have killed at least 500 people, including women and children, Iraqi officials said. Some of the victims were buried alive.

In addition, ISIS militants have taken over large parts of the country and now control at least 5 oil fields and almost half of Iraq’s wheat crop.

The Islamic State has gained significant ground in both Syria and Iraq after its initial assault on the city of Mosul in mid-June. The group has since declared the creation of an Islamic state, or caliphate, straddling the Iraq-Syria border. Its presence continues to hang over the Iraqi capital Baghdad, although it seems to have halted after capturing key Sunni areas. ISIS has also been gaining ground in the autonomous region of Kurdistan.

The group is famous for torture, public punishments and executions of anyone so much as daring to deviate from the strict form of Islam it propagates.

Pentagon Takes Credit After Syrian Kurds Save Yazidis Held Hostage By ISIS

Sinjar’s fall on Aug. 3

 IRAQ-UNREST-YAZIDIS

 

 

 

3 Former French PMs Urge Hollande To Undertake New Crusade–“A mission of protection of the Eastern Christians”

Middle East: the letter Fillon, Juppe and Raffarin in Holland

le monde

By François Fillon (former Prime Minister), Alain Juppe (former prime minister) and Jean-Pierre Raffarin (former Prime Minister)

Les trois anciens premiers ministres UMP François Fillon, Jean-Pierre Raffarin et Alain Juppé appellent la France à répondre aux urgences humanitaires en Irak et à Gaza.

The Middle East is burning and Europe look elsewhere. All the fragile balance of this region are challenged. The United States and Russia have lost much of their influence. New powers are emerging: the Iran , the Turkey . The Arab states are weakened by disorders that affect their company s. The result is a resurgence of sectarian conflict between Shiites and Sunnis with its dramatic consequences on the Christian minorities of the East. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is in a bloody stalemate in Gaza.

Europe not only has the duty to intervene , it is his interest: we have, for five centuries, a mission of protection of the Eastern Christians we need to take . The crater opened in Syria and that of Iraq feed French-European terrorist threat that tomorrow can have dangerous consequences on the security of our country and of Europe. Finally, the area is vital to our energy security.

SOLID COMMITMENT NEEDED

For two years, the policy French foreign oscillates in the Middle East between passivity and conformism. That of Europe is unreadable. We can not we be content to be spectators incurred before the tragedy that ties our eyes: we must respond without waiting to humanitarian emergencies in Gaza and Iraq.

Indeed, there are reports of 200,000 people, mostly Christian, which should help emergency in Iraqi Kurdistan.

Initiatives of France and Great Britain in the right direction, but they are insufficient. It is a massive commitment of the European Union is necessary and this is now! The question of the reception of refugees of the conflict in our country must be resolved collectively. Our support for military action to stop the advance of jihad must be unambiguous. Finally, we must take into account new geopolitical balances and involve Turkey, Iran and the Gulf countries to resolve the crisis.

Only heads of state and government can give the diplomacy European legitimacy and strength to act . Only the commitment of Heads of State and Government can afford to engage regional dialogue without which no solution can emerge .

The summer break can not be an obstacle to a general mobilization of Europeans without which the dramas that the Christians of Iraq, Syria and the civilian population of Gaza are likely to become detonators of a serious global crisis that permanently affect our future common. The temptation to violence and war springs from the weakness of diplomacy. The return to a singular diplomacy unaligned but catchy, especially for Europe, remains to France how to fulfill its mission.

TRAGEDY IN OUR DOORS

Today, Mr. Speaker, for emergencies on the international scene, France, to make hear his voice, must have the audacity of the initiative and ask the meeting without delay an extraordinary European Council, and propose to Agenda to reaffirm the need for a cease-fire and a humanitarian program for Palestinians in Gaza, the immediate release of a massive program of aid humanitarian displaced populations in Iraq, support American strikes against Iraqi jihadists, a collective policy of supplying arms to Kurdish fighters as the only bulwark against the massacre of Christians in Iraq and meeting emergency involving a regional conference including Turkey, Iran and Qatar , which alone can still stop the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.

The opposition is more than ever a need for modesty. And our place probably requires a lot of action. It prohibits us many keep silent. Because, for the tragedies that unfold before our eyes if not around the corner, France itself has the duty to do hear his voice. At the risk of dishonor.

François Fillon Alain Juppé and Jean-Pierre Raffarin are co-chairs of the UMP acting.

  • François Fillon (former Prime Minister)
  • Alain Juppé (former Prime Minister)
  • Jean-Pierre Raffarin (former Prime Minister)

*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *

Proche-Orient : la lettre de Fillon, Juppé et Raffarin à Hollande

LE MONDE

Les trois anciens premiers ministres UMP François Fillon, Jean-Pierre Raffarin et Alain Juppé appellent la France à répondre aux urgences humanitaires en Irak et à Gaza.

Le Proche-Orient brûle et l’Europe regarde ailleurs. Tous les fragiles équilibres de cette région sont remis en cause. Les Etats-Unis et la Russie y ont perdu une grande partie de leur influence. De nouvelles puissances émergent : l’Iran, la Turquie. Les Etats arabes sont affaiblis par les désordres qui affectent leurs sociétés. Il en résulte une résurgence du conflit religieux entre chiites et sunnites avec ses conséquences dramatiques sur les minorités chrétiennes d’Orient. Le conflit israélo-palestinien est dans une impasse sanglante à Gaza.

L’Europe n’a pas seulement le devoir d’intervenir, c’est son intérêt : nous avons, depuis cinq siècles, une mission de protection des chrétiens d’Orient que nous devons assumer. Le cratère ouvert en Syrie et celui de l’Irak nourrissent une menace terroriste franco-européenne qui, demain, peut avoir des conséquences redoutables sur la sécurité de notre pays et de l’Europe. Enfin, la zone est capitale pour notre sécurité énergétique.

UN ENGAGEMENT MASSIF NÉCESSAIRE

Depuis deux ans, la politique étrangère française oscille au Proche-Orient entre passivité et suivisme. Celle de l’Europe y est illisible. Nous ne pouvons pas nous contenter d’être des spectateurs engagés devant le drame qui se noue sous nos yeux : nous devons répondre sans attendre aux urgences humanitaires à Gaza comme en Irak.

En effet, il est fait état de 200 000 personnes, essentiellement de confession chrétienne, qu’il convient de secourir d’urgence au Kurdistan irakien.

Les initiatives de la France et de la Grande-Bretagne vont dans le bon sens, mais elles sont insuffisantes. C’est un engagement massif de l’Union européenne qui est nécessaire et c’est maintenant ! La question de l’accueil des réfugiés de ce conflit dans nos pays doit être résolue collectivement. Notre soutien aux actions militaires pour stopper l’avance des djihadistes doit être sans ambiguïté. Enfin, nous devons tenir compte des nouveaux équilibres géopolitiques et associer la Turquie, l’Iran et les pays du Golfe à la résolution de cette crise.

Seuls les chefs d’Etat et de gouvernement peuvent donner à la diplomatie européenne la légitimité et la force nécessaires pour agir. Seul l’engagement des chefs d’Etat et de gouvernement peut permettre d’engager le dialogue régional sans lequel aucune solution ne pourra émerger.

La trêve estivale ne saurait être un obstacle à une mobilisation générale des Européens sans laquelle les drames que vivent les chrétiens d’Irak, de Syrie et les populations civiles de Gaza risquent de devenir les détonateurs d’une grave crise mondiale qui affectera durablement notre avenir commun. La tentation de la violence et de la guerre naît de la faiblesse de la diplomatie. Le retour à une diplomatie singulière, non alignée, mais entraînante, notamment pour l’Europe, reste pour la France la manière d’assumer sa mission.

TRAGÉDIE À NOS PORTES

Aujourd’hui, monsieur le Président, face aux urgences de la scène internationale, la France, pour faire entendre sa voix, doit avoir l’audace de l’initiative et demander la réunion sans délai d’un conseil européen extraordinaire, et proposer à l’ordre du jour de réaffirmer l’exigence d’un cessez-le-feu et d’un programme humanitaire pour les Palestiniens de Gaza, le déblocage immédiat d’un programme massif d’aide humanitaire aux populations déplacées en Irak, le soutien aux frappes américaines contre les djihadistes irakiens, une politique collective de fourniture d’armes aux combattants kurdes qui constituent le seul rempart contre le massacre des chrétiens d’Irak et la réunion d’urgence d’une conférence régionale associant notamment la Turquie, l’Iran et le Qatar, qui seuls peuvent encore stopper l’Etat islamique en Irak et au Levant.

L’opposition a plus que jamais un devoir de modestie. Et notre place exige sans doute beaucoup de mesure. Elle nous interdit autant de garder le silence. Parce que, face aux tragédies qui se déroulent sous nos yeux si ce n’est à nos portes, la France elle-même a le devoir de faire entendre sa voix. Au risque du déshonneur.

François Fillon, Alain Juppé et Jean-Pierre Raffarin sont coprésidents de l’UMP par intérim.

  • François Fillon (ancien premier ministre)
  • Alain Juppé (ancien premier ministre )
  • Jean-Pierre Raffarin (ancien premier ministre)