The Brookings Institution 23 June 2015 has launched an article under the sobering title “Deconstructing Syria: Towards a regionalized strategy for a confederal country”.
Brookings: “This paper makes a case for a new approach to Syria that attempts to bring ends and means more realistically into balance. It also seeks to end the Hobson’s choice currently confronting American policymakers, whereby they can neither attempt to unseat President Assad in any concerted way (because doing so would clear the path for ISIL), nor tolerate him as a future leader of the country (because of the abominations he has committed, and because any such policy would bring the United States into direct disagreement with almost all of its regional allies).
The new approach would seek to break the problem down in a number of localized components of the country, pursuing regional stopgap solutions while envisioning ultimately a more confederal Syria made up of autonomous zones rather than being ruled by a strong central government.
It also proposes a path to an intensified train and equip program. Once that program had generated a critical mass of fighters in training locations abroad, it would move to a next stage. Coupled with a U.S. willingness, in collaboration with regional partners, to help defend local safe areas using American airpower as well as special forces support once circumstances are conducive, the Syrian opposition fighters would then establish safe zones in Syria that they would seek to expand and solidify. The safe zones would also be used to accelerate recruiting and training of additional opposition fighters who could live in, and help protect, their communities while going through basic training. They would, in addition, be locations where humanitarian relief could be provided to needy populations, and local governance structures developed.
The strategy would begin by establishing one or two zones in relatively promising locations, such as the Kurdish northeast and perhaps in the country’s south near Jordan, to see how well the concept could work and how fast momentum could be built up. Over time, more might be created, if possible. Ultimately, and ideally, some of the safe zones might merge together as key elements in a future confederal arrangement for the Syrian state.
Assad, ISIL, and al-Nusra could have no role in such a future state, but for now, American policymakers could otherwise remain agnostic about the future character and governing structures of such an entity.”
The model already seems to be in use in Iraq (below)
The paper foresees the ouster of Syria´s legal president, only opposed by 10% o Syrians acc. to a NATO poll, by gradually occupying his land by IS(IS)/Al Qaeda forming “liberated” enclaves to fusion into a confederation without a strong central government. supported by US/NATO bombing attacks and US/ British special forces on the ground in enclaves – as is already happening in Iraq. The moral and political character of the state thus arise should be of no interest to the US!!!
This confirms what has been long reported in alternative media and has so far been called conspiracy theory! It is an open declaration of war on Syria by Brookings´ Master mind Rothschild.
However, the problem is that all Syrian anti-Assad warriors cooperate with IS(IS) and Al Qaeda! So, the Brookings article indirectly admits IS(IS) as a US ally.
In 2012, The US Defence Intelligence Agency had the above information. So the Pentagon knows full well, that the Salafists (ISIL) alongside with the Muslim Brotherhood and AQI (Al Qaeda) are the insurgents in Syria. And the US, nevertheless, is funding, training and equipping them to build one or more enclaves within Syria. This document must be the background of the above Brookings document
Were Assad foolish enough to challenge these zones, even if he somehow forced the withdrawal of the outside special forces, he would be likely to lose his air power in ensuing retaliatory strikes by outside forces. Thus, he would be unlikely to do this.
The presence of Iranian, Lebanese, Yemeni, Afghan, and other forces across Syria, particularly bordering “zone” the US attempts to create, may offer the US the prospect of a multinational confrontation it has neither the political will, nor the resources to undertake.
Russia could hardly oppose it, since it has so far been secret. But now this conquest of Syria is no longer secret – thanks to Brookings.
So one must ask: Why does Rothschild´s Brookings reveal that in public now? To increase Russian mood to intervene for her ally, Assad?
Does Rothschild want the Albert Pike WWII now?
This take down of the Syrian Government was planned by 2001 (Video)
One may rightly ask by what justification the US government receives such a plan from the Brookings Institution which has drafted US laws for 75 years.
Brookings is Rothschild´s instrument to have his plans implemented worldwide through the US government and military
Nathaniel Rothschild is a member of International Advisory Council of the Brookings Institution. And Brookings president, Strobe Talbott, is on the Advisory Board of Rothschild´s and Jesuit Council on Foreign Relations. next to its Pres. R.Haas.
In the World War II era, Brookings experts helped the government mobilize for the conflict and manage its aftermath. Leo Pasvolsky, a Brookings expert who also served in the State Department, was instrumental in refining the blueprint for President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s dream of the United Nations and helped shape the Marshall Plan. After 9/11, with remarkable speed, Brookings experts produced influential proposals for homeland security and intelligence operations. When the converging effects of climate change, weapons proliferation, weak and failing states, and other multidimensional issues of our time demanded complex remedies, teams of experts responded quickly with high-profile events and Institution-wide strategies.
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