Where next in the Middle East?

The Middle East is at a crossroads.
And the path the Middle East takes is going to be decisive for the path the rest of the world takes.
In short, the Middle East is set to determine the future of huge swathes of the world’s population.
Irrespective of what the rest of the world wants.
There are two main actors on this world stage. Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the US’s Hussein Obama. The future of the world is in their hands.
Ahmadinejad because he is constantly pushing the limits.
And Obama because he is constantly refusing to recognise the limits.
Caught in the middle of the Islamist push for ultimate world supremacy is the Jewish state of Israel. Reviled by the current US administration under Hussein Obama, but nonetheless the first – and last – barrier between civilisation and Islamist hegemony.

Read the following articles 1, 2, 3, and 5 to gain frightening insight into how close to the edge we are right now, as Hussein Obama adjusts his blindfold for greater comfort and the world is being pushed ever closer to the brink of a regional conflagration that will without doubt degenerate into a world war.


Obama seems unable to recognise that the only alternative to losing is winning.


Ahmadinejad knows that the only alternative to winning is losing.


Ahmadinejad has done his homework far better than Obama has.