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I agree

Wouldn't surprise me in the least if TPTB encourage divisiveness between zionism/libertarianism,

much in the same way they are currently fomenting dissent between sunni and shia in the arab world.

It is much easier for them to gain control in this way.

Generally, zionism or the roots thereof, have been around for a long time. It is the particular strain that concerns Likudists (Israel) and Neo-Cons (US) which I find disgusting and reprehensible.

The state of the middle east after their last twelve years of policy speaks for itself.

Mubarak, Ghadaffi and Hussein look like shining beacons of civility compared to what exists now with destabilization.

If the entire region becomes destabilized, Pakistan, Israel, India, Saudi Arabia and Iran start shooting off nukes at each other and the entire middle east gets vaporized, how does this help Israeli security?

The entire neo-con/likud strategy was based on exerting complete control. However, the opposite has occurred. They have lost control. Dictatorships are very predictive. They have lost that predictability.