Akhbar al-Khaleej, Bahrain
By Joseph al-Bankhalil
Personally, I don't think that the United States is concerned with democracy, and there is ample evidence of this.
Translated By Whitney Wilson
27 October 2011
Edited by Nathan Ladd
Bahrain - Akhbar al-Khaleej - Original Article (Arabic)
The U.S. used to protect the Gulf Cooperation Council, but now it appears to be no longer honoring its commitment. It and the Gulf Cooperation Council are close to confrontation, despite U.S. remarks to the contrary. Actions speak louder than words. America's feelings towards the Middle East might be due to an environment of terrorism, or the need to spread Western democracy (regardless of the differing circumstances and the complexity of the situation) and impose it force if necessary.
Personally, I don't think that the United States is concerned with democracy, and there is ample evidence of this. All they discuss are their motivations and plans to disrupt the Arab countries, in order to pillage and plunder them, or worse, to end the possibility of reaching a peace settlement. The goal is to tighten control over the entire Arab world by 30, 40 or even 50 percent, through the chosen proxy of Iran, or by means of any number of other actions that could accelerate the region's destruction.
Now, the question arises, what is the solution?
Of course, self-reliance is a basic pillar of the Gulf Cooperation Council. It is a pillar that requires studying all the possible moves of enemy countries on every level, in order to protect oneself defensively, politically and economically. The first step is to strengthen homeland security and solidarity on the home front -- to see who is willing to protect their homeland and maintain their way of life, and to find those who are willing to sell this for a price, so we can anticipate their actions.
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