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How To Divert, Disrupt and Divide the Core of The Contemporary Western Military Alliance

This ‘project’ is still under ‘study’, as such I will only reiterate the basics core of the thesis.

The Origins of the Project:

The ‘project’ started with the question, ‘what or who are the core of the contemporary military alliances in the world?’—the answer to this, I decided was to be found in ‘NATO’, a front for US, with a key support from the UK. I then asked, ‘What is their (US-UK) critical point of weakness?’—-the answer was Mexico for US, and Malvinas/Falklands Islands for UK.

From here (and in progress), the question is how to use these, to divide, disrupt and divide any intended future co-military alliances/operations (for example, against Iran at the present)?


In the case of US-Mexico, which according to US DOD, SD, HSA, CIA, FBI testimonies to the House Select Committee on the Western Hemisphere Affairs (a sub-committee for International Relations), Mexico ‘is the single greatest threat to the US’ in the present, one to which the opposing foe will seek to strenghten this perception. But how?

The Background of Crisis:

The concerns comes from the proliferation of violences across the border and within, from the acts of so-caled ‘baby cartels’, or ‘narco-insurgencies’ such as of La Familia, Los Zeta, Tijuana, Juarez, Ciudad, Sinaloa Cartels etc, and their Drug trades, and the challenge to the legitimacy of the state of Mexico. To gain a full understanding of this situation one needs to go back to Mexican near-past history and understand it’s socio-political and economic structure which were previously dominated by PRI party (the old Mexican elites). In 2000 these were removed from power, and ever since these have morphed into narco-insurgencies to reclaim such powers, and it is these who one might need to ally with: promising them an ally to assist in getting back the reins of power, and as for narcos, one can promise these a free-base to conduct their operations, for distribution and so forth.

The narco-insurgencies of Mexico, extends their influences and assets (personnel and weaponries) across the borders into US, together with so-called ‘third generation gangs’, in likes of MS-13, Mara Salvatrucha, 18th Streets, and Mexican Prison Mafias (Eme) etc, they hold over 2000 American cities influences (in terror and control), and have inside the United States over 200,000 members. These capabilities and numbers will make any state, powerful or not anxious, and thus, divert their attentions to their containment.

The Strategy to Exploit the Crisis:

With these, one would have disrupted successfully at least 50-55% of low-mid-levels US Armed and Security Forces, from intelligence assets, national guards, to aerial and naval capabilities, and special operations, and even the attention of the political-media elites, which will create a panic within the country, and blow-out mass hysteria, which will demand ‘first Mexico, then, and only after successful dealing with the problem, the federal states, should be thinking of foreign adventures’.

Now, with US 50-55 percentage of military assets diverted and preoccupied with Mexico, and other Central and South America crises, one can turn to the second key actor in the alliance, UK and Malvinas Islands. How would one go about dealing with this? simple.

The UK-Argentina Crisis:

Observe the overtly paranoia of the present little ‘speeches’ that have made London jump high and hysteria to spread throughout, and it is this ‘sensitivity’ to hysteria and the value of the Island to UK, that one will need to exploit and commandingly-manipulate as one wishes. How?

Open negotiations with Argentinian government should be made, to have her announce ‘not-specified dated’ military execrise around the island sea; can be as independently, or coalition with other states, e.g. Venezuela, or Brazil, or evn China, if the latter, this will be coup de main, that will have Londoin literary wetting their trousers. But how will this help divert and disrupt or even divide the alliances?,

Simple, if a minor rhetoric can have a deployment of carriers, and submarines, and princes, and forces to the Islands in short-time, (or what the Argentinian president referred to as the ‘militarisation of the South Sea’), then with ‘unknown surprising’ intended upcoming war games near the sea, will no doubt see a diversion and engagement of far more UK military assets in such corner of the world, far from the ‘main battlefields’ and homeland. The probability is at least 70-75 per cent of ‘high-quality’ assets, special forces, naval, aerial, intelligence and so forth, will be preoccupied and mobilised in such an area, with anxieties of any possibilities of near-future conflict.

These are the ways, to divert, disrupt and divide the key contemporary western military alliances.

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About s.s.salim: Geopolitical Analyst

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2 thoughts on “How To Divert, Disrupt and Divide the Core of The Contemporary Western Military Alliance

  1. I wish I have the time to create a map to explain much better, but alas, too busy, so I will leave you with a ‘textual visualisation exercise’.

    It has always been that (meaning not new) any wars against a ‘great power’ is a ‘world war’, what does this mean? It means, in order to fight any contemporary ‘great power’, under the umbrella of ‘the west’ in the present (and since), one will have to look at the entire globe, and map out it’s interests across the paper, and find it’s weaknesses, and then, find ways to preoccupy, by reinforcing these weaker spots. The overstretching crisis!

    In short, just like a ‘normal battlefield’, a world-spatial-based battlefield, will require the weaker opposing side to find other smaller allies across the globe, in weakening, diverting, disrupting and dividing the great powers forces, in order to challenge any attempts to concentrate its forces, to use it’s forces economically, or to use it’s economies of scale in weapon systems, to surprise, and so forth.

    In short, if fighting the ‘west’ today, one will try hard to preoccupy the ‘west’ across the globe, from Pak-Afghan regional conflicts, to Africa (horn and maghreb), South and Central America, Far East, Pacific etc. This is based on the same old principles of the ‘art of war’.

    Well I hope I have made it more understandable.

    The main point is, the weakness for the ‘great powers’, has always been, and perhaps well-stated by Prof. Paul Kennedy, the Problem of ‘Overstretch’, which one should strive harder and harder to maintain, and extend further, even into newer areas.


    Posted by s.s.salim: Geopolitical Analyst | March 5, 2012, 11:44 am

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