Moreover, the plans for southern Russia are a carbon copy of Nazi Germany’s failed plans for the region.
Current neo-conservative doctrine foresees the fall of the governments of Iran, Belarus, and, ultimately Russia and China, after the fall of Damascus, to the combined forces of NATO and the Saudi- and Qatari-backed Salafist Wahhabis, who make up a large portion of the Syrian rebel movement. Russia has clearly drawn a line in the sand in Syria and does not want to see yet another Arab nation fall into the clutches of neo-con globalists and radical Muslims. Libya constituted proof of the alliance between the neo-con uber-capitalists, Zionists, and Wahhabists. Even if Russia concedes Damascus and the rest of inland Syria to the rebels, it is prepared, through the use of its Navy and naval base at Tartus in the predominantly-Alavi coastal region of Syria, to offer military protection for Bashar al-Assad, his fellow Alavis, and Syrian Christians who have been protected by the Alavis in an independent salient that includes Tartus and Latakia. The complete fall of Syria to Wahhabists and NATO will move the instability of the Middle East closer to the Russian southern frontier.
The stakes for Russia are immense. One only needs to examine Nazi Germany’s “New Order” (Neuordnung) plans for the occupation of the Soviet Union and Persia to understand what the neo-cons and their Israeli and Wahhabist colleagues have in store for southern Russia and Iran.
Just as with the Nazis, the key to control of the Caucasus and Iran is Georgia, where a virtual dictatorship was installed in 2008 under the leadership of the US-educated George Soros puppet Mikhail Saakashvili. After Saakashvili seized control of the autonomous Georgian republic of Adjaria in the Black Sea, making its port of Batumi available to NATO forces, Russia decided that would be the Georgian leader’s last land grab. Russian forces moved in to protect the autonomous republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia after Georgia decided to reimpose Joseph Stalin’s policy that the two regions would be under Georgian sovereignty.
Saakashvili is actually filling the role, envisaged by Adolf Hitler for his designated Reichkommissar for, what the Nazis called, Reichskommissariat Kaukasus. The capital of the German province was to be in Tiflis, in, what is today known as, Tbilisi, the Georgian capital. The Kaukasus province was to be led by Hitler’s designated Reichskommissar, Arno Schickedanz, a Baltic German, and the Saakashvili of his day. Hitler also assigned the Georgian Generalkommissariat control over the three autonomous regions that Georgic claims today: Adjaria, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia.
One of Schickedanz’s able lieutenants was Prince Dmitry Shalikashvili of the Georgian Legion, which fought with the Nazis against the Soviet Union. Shalikashvili’s legion was later absorbed into the Waffen-SS Georgien, which would have been the enforcement arm for Schickedanz from his headquarters in Tiflis. Shalikashvili’s son, John, became the Supreme Allied Commander of NATO forces in Europe and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The son of one of the key members of Hitler’s program to control the Caucasus for the Nazis actually commanded NATO troops during campaigns against Serbia and Iraq. It was at the beginning of America’s neo-con global push for military domination and a “New American Century.” The plan was not much different from Hitler’s “New Order.” In fact, neo-cons and globalists refer to their “New World Order” to the present day.
NATO’s plans, coupled with the pan-Turkic desires of the Turkish Justice and Development Party and its CIA-linked Fethullah Gulen supporters, and the Wahhabist desires of the Riyadh and Doha regimes, are a mirror of the Nazi plans for the Caucasus and central Asia.
From his opulent palace in Tiflis, Schickedanz would also rule over other areas of the Caucasus through Reichskommissars subservient to him. These sub-commissars would rule over Azerbaijan, Karabakh, and Nakhichevan from Baku, Kuban from Krasnodar, Terek from Stavropol, the Mountain Caucasus (including North Ossetia, Dagestan, Chechnya-Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Adygei, Karachay, and Cherkessia) from Vladikavkaz, Armenia from Yeervan, and Kalmykia from Astrakhan.
In an alliance with the Turks, Nazi Germany considered granting Turkey sovereignty over all of the Caucasus region, as well as the Turkic republics of Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Tuva, and other Turkic regions. Persia was to become a Nazi puppet state under the primary control of the Germans (as far as oil was concerned), with favorable economic rights, granted to the Axis allies of Italy and Japan. The Nazis would control the Arab lands of Arabia, Palestine, and Iraq through puppets such as former Iraqi Prime Minister Rashid Ali al-Gaylani and, quite possibly, in an alliance with defecting members of the Saud royal family in Arabia.
Instead of the Nazis, the same game plan is being developed by NATO, Israel, and the Houses of Saud in Riyadh and Al Thani in Doha. Already, the Kurds of northern Syria have announced plans to declare autonomy, joining their brethren across the border in Iraq in becoming virtually independent. Turkey can only be satisfied by being compensated for the Kurdish resurgence by being granted control over the Caucasus, as NATO, Israel, and the Wahhabists train their sights on Russia. The big prize for Ankara, which already has political and religious influence in Gulenist schools from Baku to Bishkek and Almaty to Tashkent, is control over the Turkic peoples of Central Asia. Such control was a dream of Kemal Ataturk and the resurgent Turkish nationalists, who have flexed their political muscles in Ankara, whether through the party of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan or through the right-wing nationalists, who remain loyal to the secularist ideals of Ataturk.
The Saudis and Qataris hope to enlarge their own Wahhabist sphere of influence in Syria, but also among the Sunni majorities of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and the Sunni minorities of Iran and the Volga region of Russia, especially predominantly-Muslim Tatarstan and Bashkortostan.
Through “Gateway Central Asia,” the NATO-Zionist-Wahhabist alliance has its eyes set on far-flung western China, the restive Uighur Muslim region of the Sinkiang province. The neo-con globalists reason that Russia and China are vulnerable from their Muslim-populated areas.
The future plans of NATO differ from those of the Nazis in only one respect. There is no Asian power like Japan, which the globalist NATO alliance must share with which the spoils of its victory. However, the NATO-Israel-Wahhabist alliance has failed to learn from history. Nazi Germany was defeated when it overreached its military potential and an economically-wracked Europe and North America, along with corrupt allied regimes in Jerusalem (al-Quds), Riyadh, and Doha, will suffer the same fate. The vultures of the steppes of Central Asia will, if NATO continues with its global plans, be picking at the bones of US forces, lying in battlefields from Stavropol, Isfahan, and Dushanbe to Krasnodar, Ashgabat, and Urumqi.