The new Middle East has been planned for many years with the various uprisings in 2011 all carefully planned, sponsored and subsidized by various United States NGOs such as the National Endowment for Democracy, as well as British and other European nations and NGOs, including their Gulf States proxies.
The United States is to control Egypt and her client state of Ethiopia; Libya has been given to Italy and France who are to allow American bases in the country. They will of course function as modern colonial powers by controlling through local governments.
The Syrian revolution is supported by Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, Turkey and France; backed by the United States.
In 2010 France and Turkey made an agreement on the division of Syria into zones of influence. Turkey will get the northern provinces andin exchange for allowing Kurdish autonomous region or independence as was set up by the United States in Iraq. This is to fulfill a complex maze of agreements by which the Kurds will make peace with Turkey and settle for a Kurdish homeland carved out of Kurdish Syria / Iraq / Turkey.
France will oversee the lower provinces of Syria and Lebanon; with British and American support. The United States will get a major military base in Syria.
All of this will take place behind the facade of a local “democratic” government controlled by foreign experts and nation builders as in Libya..
The Juppé – Erdogan Agreement:
France, through its Foreign Minister Alain Juppé, attentively views that Turkey joining the European Union will greatly serve an important role in the Middle East. France has decided to provide the necessary support to the entry of Turkey into the European Union for heri help. This support was to be provided after a documented promise was made via the implementation of this agreement which serves the regional and international interests of Turkey, France and the European Union.
1. France provides the necessary support of Turkey to facilitate its entry into the EU.
2. Turkey is to provide support to France on its strategic position in the Middle East, particularly Lebanon, Syria and Israel.
3. Leaving Turkey and Israel to continue military activities in the region as per the 1993 MOU while France provides support to both of the militaries.
4. France will in turn provide the necessary support to Erdogan’s upcoming parliamentary elections, to change the Turkish Constitution to serve the process of joining the European Union.
Jun 12, 2011; the centre-right Justice and Development party (AKP), in power since 2002, won a landslide 49.9% of all votes, giving it 325 seats in parliament. The result falls short of the two-thirds majority needed to rewrite Turkey’s 1982 military constitution without having to consult parliament
5. Turkey to facilitate the work of the Syrian opposition by organizing meetings of the Syrian opposition in Turkey and France, under the supervision of the representative of the European Union.
6. Turkey is ready to impose pressure on the Syrian regime to gain control of the Middle East and bring down the Assad regime’s rejection of what it views as corrupt international policy in the Middle East.
7. Turkey to facilitate the return of the Syrians displaced and allow the French media, or any other media allies, access to Syria.
8. Enable Turkey to control the regions of Aleppo and Idlib, northern Syria in exchange for France and Britain to control the rest of the occupied Syrian territories after Assad falls.
9. Despite reluctance, Turkey is to help establish a U.S. military base in the east of Deir Al-Zour, Syria and France will provide the necessary support for this.
10. France is enjoying its status within the European Union to adopt a UN resolution on the Kurds of Turkey and to propose the creation of a Kurdish state in northern Iraq, Syria and Turkey as a solution for them under the direct supervision of Turkey and France.
11. France is committed to using the veto in support of the rights of Turkey, as it deems appropriate boundaries between themselves and the alleged Kurdish state to be established.
12. Facilitate business operations through Turkish territory to Syria and Lebanon, and not check the contents of the French tanks’ transit from Turkey to Syria and Lebanon.
13. The ongoing commitment of Turkey to the Convention on the Turkish-French business in Lebanon.
14. France provides the necessary support to Turkey and unconditional support on the outstanding issues between Turkey and Cyprus.
15. France to give Turkey $45 billion in the accounts of the European Union to support development operations in Turkey after Turkey’s commitment to the provisions of this Agreement and such amounts will be disbursed in tranches based on Turkey’s obligations to the provisions of this Agreement.