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The Globalization of War, America’s “Long War” against Humanity by Michel Chossudovsky

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The Globalization of War, America’s “Long War” against Humanity by Michel Chossudovsky
By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research, April 20, 2016
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Globalization-of-war-front-cover-michel-chossudovskyThe Globalization of War is undoubtedly one of the most important books on the contemporary global situation produced in recent years. 
In his latest masterpiece, Professor Michel Chossudovsky shows how the various conflicts we are witnessing today in Ukraine, Syria, Iraq and Palestine are in fact inter-linked and inter-locked through a single-minded agenda in pursuit of global hegemony helmed by the United States and buttressed by its allies in the West and in other regions of the world.   Dr Chandra Muzaffar, President of the International Movement for a Just World (JUST)

The Globalization of War: America’s “Long War” against Humanity

Michel Chossudovsky

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 The following text is the Preface of  Michel Chossudovsky’s New Book entitled: The Globalization of War, America’s Long War against Humanity
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The “globalization of war” is a hegemonic project. Major military and covert intelligence operations are being undertaken simultaneously in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia and the Far East. The U.S. military agenda combines both major theater operations as well as covert actions geared towards destabilizing sovereign states.
Under a global military agenda, the actions undertaken by the Western military alliance (U.S.-NATO-Israel) in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Palestine, Ukraine, Syria and Iraq are coordinated at the highest levels of the military hierarchy. We are not dealing with piecemeal military and intelligence operations. The July-August 2014 attack on Gaza by Israeli forces was undertaken in close consultation with the United States and NATO. The actions in Ukraine and their timing coincided with the onslaught of the attack on Gaza.
In turn, military undertakings are closely coordinated with a process of economic warfare which consists not only in imposing sanctions on sovereign countries but also in deliberate acts of destabilization of financial and currencies markets, with a view to undermining the enemies’ national economies.
The United States and its allies have launched a military adventure which threatens the future of humanity. As we go to press, U.S. and NATO forces have been deployed in Eastern Europe including Ukraine. U.S. military intervention under a humanitarian mandate is proceeding in sub-Saharan Africa. The U.S. and its allies are threatening China under President Obama’s “Pivot to Asia”.
In turn, military maneuvers are being conducted at Russia’s doorstep which could potentially lead to escalation.
The U.S. airstrikes initiated in September 2014 directed against Iraq and Syria under the pretext of going after the Islamic State are part of a scenario of military escalation extending from North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean to Central and South Asia.
The Western military alliance is in an advanced state of readiness. And so is Russia.
Russia is heralded as the “Aggressor”. U.S.-NATO military confrontation with Russia is contemplated.
Enabling legislation in the U.S. Senate under “The Russian Aggression Prevention Act” (RAPA) has “set the U.S. on a path towards direct military conflict with Russia in Ukraine.”
Any U.S.-Russian war is likely to quickly escalate into a nuclear war, since neither the U.S. nor Russia would be willing to admit defeat, both have many thousands of nuclear weapons ready for instant use, and both rely upon Counterforce military doctrine that tasks their military, in the event of war, to pre-emptively destroy the nuclear forces of the enemy.1
The Russian Aggression Prevention Act (RAPA) is the culmination of more than twenty years of U.S.-NATO war preparations, which consist in the military encirclement of both Russia and China:
From the moment the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the United States has relentlessly pursued a strategy of encircling Russia, just as it has with other perceived enemies like China and Iran. It has brought 12 countries in central Europe, all of them formerly allied with Moscow, into the NATO alliance. U.S. military power is now directly on Russia’s borders.2

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Worldwide Militarization
 From the outset of the post World War II period to the present, America’s s global military design has been one of world conquest. War and globalization are intricately related. Militarization supports powerful economic interests. America’s “Long War” is geared towards worldwide corporate expansion and the conquest of new economic frontiers.
The concept of the “Long War” is an integral part of U.S. military doctrine. Its ideological underpinnings are intended to camouflage the hegemonic project of World conquest. Its implementation relies on a global alliance of 28 NATO member states. In turn, the U.S. as well as NATO have established beyond the “Atlantic Region” a network of bilateral military alliances with “partner” countries directed against Russia, China, Iran and North Korea. What we are dealing with is a formidable military force, deployed in all major regions of the World.
The “Long War” is based on the concept of “Self-Defense”. The United States and the Western World are threatened. “The Long War” constitutes “an epic struggle against adversaries bent on forming a unified Islamic world to supplant western dominance”. Underlying the “Long War”, according to a study by the Rand Corporation, the Western World must address “three potential threats”:
  • those related to the ideologies espoused by key adversaries in the conflict,
  • those related to the use of terrorism • those related to governance (i.e., its absence or presence, its quality, and the predisposition of specific governing bodies to the United States and its interests). … in order to ensure that this long war follows a favorable course, the United States will need to make a concerted effort across all three domains.3
Our objective in this book is to focus on various dimensions of America’s hegemonic wars, by providing both a historical overview as well as an understanding of America’s contemporary wars all of which, from a strategic viewpoint, are integrated.
Our analysis will focus on the dangers of nuclear war and the evolution of military doctrine in the post-9/11 era.
The central role of media propaganda as well as the failures of the anti-war movement will also be addressed. While the first chapter provides an overview, the subsequent chapters provide an insight into different dimensions of America’s long war.
Chapter I, Imperial Conquest: America’s “Long War” against Humanity provides a post World War II historical overview of America’s wars from Korea and Vietnam to Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. There is a continuum in U.S. Foreign Policy from the Truman Doctrine of the late 1940s to the neocons and neoliberals of the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations.
Part II focuses on the dangers of nuclear war and global nuclear radiation.
Chapter II, The Dangers of Nuclear War Conversations with Fidel Castro consists of Conversations with Fidel Castro and the author pertaining to the future of humanity and the post-Cold War process of militarization. This exchange took place in Havana in October 2010.
Chapter III focuses on the doctrine of Pre-emptive Nuclear and the Role of Israel in triggering a first strike use of nuclear weapons against Iran.
Chapter IV, The Threat of Nuclear War, North Korea or the United States? focuses on the persistent U.S. threat (since 1953) of using nuclear weapons against North Korea while labeling North Korea a threat to global security.
Chapter V, Fukushima: A Nuclear War without a War. The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear Radiation examines the dangers of nuclear energy and its unspoken relationship to nuclear weapons. Nuclear energy is not a civilian economic activity. It is an appendage of the nuclear weapons industry which is controlled by the so-called defense contractors. The powerful corporate interests behind nuclear energy and nuclear weapons overlap.
Part III illustrates at a country level, the modus operandi of U.S. military and intelligence interventions, including regime change and the covert support of terrorist organizations. The country case studies (Yugoslavia, Haiti, Libya, Iraq, Syria, Palestine, Ukraine) illustrate how individual nation states are destabilized as a result of U.S.-NATO covert operations and “humanitarian wars.” While the nature and circumstances of these countries are by no means similar, there is a common thread. The purpose is to provide a comparative understanding of country-level impacts of America’s long war against humanity. In all the countries analyzed, the intent has been to destroy, destabilize and impoverish sovereign countries.
Chapter VI, NATO’s War on Yugoslavia: Kosovo “Freedom Fighters” Financed by Organized Crime examines the role of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) as an instrument of political destabilization. In Yugoslavia, the endgame of NATO’s intervention was to carve up a prosperous and successful “socialist market economy” into seven proxy states. The political and economic breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s served as a “role model” for subsequent “humanitarian military endeavors.”
Chapter VII, The U.S. led Coup d’Etat in Haiti against the government of Jean Bertrand Aristide was carried out in February 2004 with the support of Canada and France. In a bitter irony, the U.S. ambassador to Haiti James Foley, had previously played a central role as U.S. special envoy to Yugoslavia, channeling covert support to the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). In Haiti, his responsibilities included U.S. aid to the Front pour la Libération et la reconstruction nationale (FLRN) (National Liberation and Reconstruction Front) largely integrated by former Tonton Macoute death squads. Closely coordinated with the process of regime change and military intervention, the IMF-World Bank macroeconomic reforms played a crucial role in destroying the national and impoverishing the Haitian population.
Chapter VIII, “Operation Libya” and the Battle for Oil: Redrawing the Map of Africa reveals the hidden agenda behind NATO’s 2011 humanitarian war on Libya, which consisted in acquiring control and ownership of Libya’s extensive oil reserves, that is, almost twice those of the United States of America. U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) played a key role in the war on Libya in coordination with NATO.
Libya is the gateway to the Sahel and Central Africa. More generally, what is at stake is the redrawing of the map of Africa at the expense of France’s historical spheres of influence in West and Central Africa, namely a process of neocolonial re-division.
Chapter IX, The War on Iraq and Syria. Terrorism with a “Human Face”: The History of America’s Death Squads examines U.S.-NATO’s covert war on Syria, which consists in creating Al Qaeda affiliated terrorist entities. The U.S.-led covert war consists in recruiting, training and financing Islamist death squads which are used as the foot-soldiers of the Western military alliance. The ultimate military objective is the destruction of both Iraq and Syria.
Chapter X, War and Natural Gas. The Israel Invasion and Gaza’s Offshore Gas Fields focuses on Israel’s attack directed against Gaza with a view to confiscating Gaza’s offshore gas reserves.
In Chapter XI, The U.S. has Installed a Neo-Nazi Government in Ukraine, the structure of the U.S.-EU sponsored proxy regime in Kiev is examined. Key positions in government and the Armed Forces are in the hands of the two neo-Nazi parties. The Ukraine National Guard financed and trained by the West is largely integrated by Neo-Nazis Brown Shirts.
Part IV is entitled Breaking the American Inquisition. Reversing the Tide of War focuses on some of the contradictions of the antiwar movement.
Chapter XII, The “American Inquisition” and the “Global War on Terrorism” analyzes the central role of America’s “war on terrorism” doctrine in harnessing public support for a global war of conquest. The “Global War on Terrorism” (GWOT) is a fabrication based on the illusion that one man, Osama bin Laden, outwitted the multi-billion dollar U.S. intelligence community.
Today’s “Global War on Terrorism” (GWOT) is a modern form of inquisition. It has all the essential ingredients of the French and Spanish Inquisitions. Going after “Islamic terrorists”, carrying out a worldwide pre-emptive war to “protect the Homeland” are used to justify a military agenda.
In turn, “The Global War on Terrorism” is presented as a “Clash of Civilizations”, a war between competing values and religions, when in reality it is an outright war of conquest, guided by strategic and economic objectives.
Chapter XII, “Manufactured Dissent”, Colored Revolutions and the Antiwar Movement in Crisis examines the role of corporate foundations in funding dissent and the inability of “progressive” civil society organizations and antiwar collectives to effectively confront the tide of media disinformation and war propaganda.
Michel Chossudovsky, Montreal, December 2014
The Globalization of War is an extraordinarily important book. It tags the origin of a long series of wars and conflicts, from the end of World War II to the present, as being direct products of U.S. Foreign Policy. Nothing happens by accident. U.S. provocateurs, usually agents of the CIA, incite one conflict after another in what Michael Chossudovsky labels America’s “Long War” against Humanity.
It comprises a war on two fronts. Those countries that can either be “bought,” or destabilized by a corrupt international financial system, are easy targets for effective conquest. In other cases insurrection, riots and wars are used to solicit American military intervention to fill the pockets of the military-industrial complex that General Eisenhower warned us about. The “End Game” is a New World Order embracing a dual economic and military dictatorship prepared to use atomic weapons and risk the future of the entire human species to achieve its ends.
Michel Chossudovsky is one of the few individuals I know who has analyzed the anatomy of the New World Order and recognized the threat to the entire human species that it is. The Globalization of War is a must read for anyone who prefers peace and hope to perpetual war, death, dislocation and despair. Hon. Paul Hellyer, former Canadian Minister of National Defence
Professor Michel Chossudovsky is the most realistic of all foreign policy commentators. He does not lie for money and position, and he does not sell his soul for influence. His book provides an honest appraisal of the extreme danger that hegemonic and demonic American neoconservatism poses to life on earth. Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary, U.S. Treasury, former Wall Street Journal editor,  former Wm. E. Simon Chair in Political Economy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University. 
At these moments when  the threat  of humanity’s  extinction  by the forces  unleashed by the  empire  and its vassals,  it is imperative that we  grasp  the nature of the beast  that threatens us with  its endless wars perpetrated in the name of the  highest levels of freedom.
This  vital work by an outstanding teacher  will remain an enduring testimony  of the author’s  all-embracing  humanism and scholarship that has always been inseparable  from his political activism  that spans  several decades.    It should be mandatory reading  for those seeking to understand , and thus  to contain and repel,   the  compulsive  onslaughts   of the hegemon’s  endless wars with its boundless bestialities and crimes against humanity..Dr Frederic F. Clairmonte, award winning author and political economist, distinguished (former) economic analyst at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
The Globalization of War is undoubtedly one of the most important books on the contemporary global situation produced in recent years. It comes from the pen of one of the most insightful and incisive writers on global politics and the global economy alive today.
In his latest masterpiece, Professor Michel Chossudovsky shows how the various conflicts we are witnessing today in Ukraine, Syria, Iraq and Palestine are in fact inter-linked and inter-locked through a single-minded agenda in pursuit of global hegemony helmed by the United States and buttressed by its allies in the West and in other regions of the world. This Machiavellian, indeed, diabolical agenda not only centres around wars of conquest and subjugation but also seeks to dismember and destroy sovereign states. Russia, China and Iran are the primary targets of this drive for dominance and control. The underlying economic motives behind this drive are camouflaged in the guise of a civilized West fighting “barbaric Islamic terrorism” which as Chossudovsky exposes is sometimes sponsored and sustained by intelligent networks in the West.
Chossudovsky has aptly described this US helmed agenda for hegemony as a “long war against humanity.” It is an assertion that is backed by solid facts and detailed analysis in a brilliant work that should be read by all those who are concerned about the prevailing human condition. And that should include each and every citizen of planet earth. Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, President of the International Movement for a Just World (JUST) and former Professor of Global Studies at the Science University of Malaysia.
The media, political leaders, academics and the public at large often forget to put into historical perspective the spiral of daily news: we tend to concentrate on the latest events and crisis.
This may explain why the latest report of the US Senate on CIA’s rendition flights, detention places in black wholes and use of torture following 9/11 attacks and the invasion of Iraq has been received as a surprise and shocking news. Such practices have been well known by the international community and depicted, among others, in a number of United Nations documents as well as in Dick Marty’s reports to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
This CIA’s behavior has a long history including assassination plots of political leaders, coups d’Etat, terrorist attacks and other subversive actions that merge into a recurrent pattern.
The Pax Americana like the Pax Romana has been built through wars and domination. General Smedley D. Butler, a hero and the most decorated soldier of the United States had already denounced the US policy in his book “War is a racket”, written over 70 years ago.
Michel Chossudovsky’s book “The Globalization of Warfare” has the great merit of putting into historical perspective the hegemonic project that has been carried out by the United States through various centuries for the control and exploitation of natural resources. Jose L. Gomez del PradoUN Independent Human Rights Expert, Former Member UN Group on the use of mercenaries
Michel Chossudovsky leads the world in communicating critical information that few or none know. He is a perfect guide for the East European to Russia war now in the making. John McMurty, professor emeritus, Guelph University, Fellow of the Royal Society of  Canada
Michel Chossudovsky ranks as the world’s leading expert on globalization – a hegemonic weapon that empowers financial elites and enslaves 99 percent of the world’s population. The Globalization of War exposes covert operations waging economic warfare designed to destabilize national economies deemed to be inimical to the USA and her NATO allies. The military dimension of western hegemonic strategies threatens to trigger a permanent global war. Chossudovsky’s book is diplomatic dynamite – and the fuse is burning rapidly. Michael Carmichael, President of the Planetary Movement 
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Les oubliés de Tel-Aviv 

 On compte aujourd’hui plus de 45 000 demandeurs d’asile en Israël. En janvier 2012, avec la loi anti-infiltration, le pays fermait ses frontières avec l’Égypte, empêchant les réfugiés africains de rentrer sur son sol. Mais depuis les années 90, des milliers de migrants ont traversé le Sinaï égyptien. « Welcome to Africa ! » lance Gil, notre guide israélien, lorsque nous entrons dans les quartiers sud de Tel-Aviv. Voilà l’image que se font une partie des Tel aviviens de ce quartier, habité en grande majorité par des réfugiés et clandestins sub-sahariens : une petite Afrique. On compte aujourd’hui environ 45 000 demandeurs d’asile entrés illégalement en Israël. La majorité viennent d’Erythrée (environ 35 000) et du Soudan. On compte également parmi eux quelques Congolais. La plupart fuient la guerre civile ou la dictature mais seul un très petit nombre obtient le statut de réfugiés. « La petite Érythrée », comme ils l’appellent ici à Tel-Aviv, est séparée du reste de la ville. Cette zone, la plus pauvre de la ville, est laissée à l’abandon par le gouvernement israélien et par une partie des habitants de Tel-Aviv. Une ségrégation spatiale qui irrite Oscar un Congolais qui vit en Israël depuis vingt-deux ans : « On aimerait que les demandeurs d’asile soient mieux répartis sur le territoire israélien. Évidemment ils sont tous concentrés au même endroit, on a l’impression qu’ils sont trop ! » Une intégration quasi impossible Depuis la loi « anti-infiltration » de janvier 2012 et la fermeture des frontières, il est devenu presque impossible pour un réfugié d’entrer dans le pays. Et, pour ceux qui sont arrivés avant, l’intégration est presque impossible. Bien que la plupart des pays européens reconnaissent aux demandeurs d’asile du Soudan et de l’Érythrée le statut de réfugiés et qu'Israël soit l’un des premiers signataires de la Convention des Nations unies sur le statut des réfugiés, ce dernier ne les a jamais accueillis et refuse de leur donner un quelconque statut officiel. Pour avoir le statut de réfugié, les demandeurs doivent attendre parfois plus d’un an. Pendant ce laps de temps, ils jouissent d’une protection toute relative : le visa dit de « résidence temporaire » renouvelable tous les trois mois, qui ne les autorise pas à travailler et qui peut être révoqué à tout moment. Ils ne reçoivent aucune aide financière de l’État israélien. Or, pour arriver jusqu’ici, ces hommes et ces femmes ont parfois du payer plusieurs passeurs. Ils arrivent donc en Israël avec peu d’argent voire avec des dettes. Se pose alors la question de l’accès au travail. « Ces gens ont faim. Et puisqu’on ne leur donne pas de travail ils se donnent du travail eux-mêmes », explique Oscar. Certains ouvrent par exemple une épicerie. Épicerie qui peut fermer du jour au lendemain puisqu’elle a été ouverte sans permis de la municipalité… D’autres travaillent au noir, en particulier dans la restauration et l’hôtellerie. « Le salaire légal minimum ici est de 25 shekels de l’heure (environ 6 euros). Mais l’employeur, s’il sait que l’individu est sans papier, peut très bien payer moins cher voire ne pas payer du tout ». Une instabilité financière qui pousse certains de ces hommes et de ces femmes vers le chemin de la délinquance. Mais pour Oscar, la criminalité est avant tout le résultat de l’inaction du gouvernement : « Si on donnait aux demandeurs d’asile un permis de travail temporaire de trois ou six mois, une écrasante majorité d’entre eux sortirait de la criminalité, s’énerve-t-il, pourquoi des mères célibataires se tournent vers la prostitution ? Parce qu’elles n’ont plus le choix, elles doivent nourrir leur famille ! » Un statut juridique quasi inexistant Beaucoup de migrants arrivés en Israël ont demandé le statut de réfugié politique mais la majorité d’entre eux ne l’ont pas obtenu. Pour le gouvernement israélien, il ne s’agit pas pour la plupart d’entre eux de réfugiés politiques mais de migrants économiques : « Ce sont des gens dont la motivation principale est d’améliorer leur vie », explique Emmanuel Nahshon, porte parole du ministère des Affaires étrangères. Pourtant, Mutassim, 29 ans, est plutôt venu ici pour sauver la sienne. C’est pour cette raison qu’il a quitté le Darfour, théâtre depuis 2003 d’un violent conflit entre l’armée du gouvernement et des rebelles armés. Installé depuis 2009 à Tel-Aviv, il préside aujourd’hui une ONG. Celle -ci défend le droit des réfugiés africains à vivre dans de meilleures conditions. « Ce sont des gens qui devaient partir de chez eux, ils ont fuit la guerre et les génocides. Ils ont le droit de vivre dignement en Israël, seule démocratie du Moyen-Orient », estime Mutassim, visiblement plein d’illusions, ou excellent diplomate… Selon Oscar, la vérification par les services israéliens des demandes d’asile, n’est pas faite de façon honnête : « Ils identifient les individus mais ne procèdent pas aux vérifications permettant de voir si les raisons avancées par l’individu sont compatibles avec le statut de réfugié. On dit qu’ils sont venus travailler. Mais si ils ne vérifient pas, comment peuvent-ils le savoir ? » Un manque de reconnaissance juridique qui s’étend jusqu’à la deuxième génération d’immigrés, puisque les enfants dont l’un des deux parents entrer illégalement en Israël n’a pas la nationalité israélienne. Un système, jugé injuste par de nombreuses ONG, mais que le gouvernement actuel ne compte pas modifier. « Changer la loi risquerait d’encourager l’arrivée de nouveaux migrants, ce qui créerait des situations très compliquées ici », explique Emmanuel Nahshon. L’obsession des « infiltrés » En effet, le gouvernement n’a aucun intérêt à aider les réfugiés à s’intégrer au sein de la société israélienne. Au contraire : « Le politicien vous vend un projet de société. Quand il n’a pas un bon projet de société à vous vendre, alors il vous vend un produit qui marche toujours : la xénophobie ! ». Le racisme, un credo largement utilisé par l’actuel gouvernement de Netanyahou. En mai 2012, Miri Regev, l’actuelle ministre de la Culture israélienne, avait d’ailleurs comparé les migrants africains à un « cancer ». L’élargissement de la loi « anti-infiltration » aux migrants africains, votée cette même année, s’appliquait à l’origine uniquement aux Palestiniens. Le but affiché ? Protéger le territoire israélien des possibles attaques terroristes. Aujourd’hui, le mot infiltré s’applique à deux réalités différentes : les « terroristes » palestiniens et les réfugiés africains. Le but du gouvernement est donc de susciter un climat de méfiance, de créer la peur de l’autre : « Quand tu ignores tout de moi tu peux facilement penser que je suis un bandit. Mais si tu me connais tu te diras, mais non c’est pas un bandit c’est un étudiant de mon université ou c’est mon voisin ! », commente Oscar. C’est dans ce contexte que la société civile joue un rôle essentiel. Puisque le gouvernement bloque l’intégration des réfugiés, ces derniers se tournent vers des associations ou des ONG. Certaines leur permettent d’apprendre l’hébreu pour pouvoir faire les démarches administratives du quotidien et chercher du travail. D’autres versent des aides financières. L’actuel projet de loi qui oblige les ONG à rendre publique tout fonds reçu par des pays étrangers, a, entre autre, pour but d’entraver ce système d’aide alternatif. Aujourd’hui, le gouvernement est en négociation avec le Rwanda et l’Ouganda. L’idée ? Envoyer dans ces deux pays tous les réfugiés africains actuellement sur le sol israélien. Toutes nationalités confondues. Avec quelle contrepartie ? Le porte-parole du ministère des Affaires étrangères n’a pas voulu répondre à cette question...