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メモ ロバートフィスク アラブでの新しい真実の日の出 (mixi05-u459989-201102011055)

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メモ ロバートフィスク アラブでの新しい真実の日の出
2011年02月01日10:55
≪田中宇の国際ニュース解説 無料版 2011年1月30日 より≫

 1月27日には、中東専門家の英新聞記者ロバート・フィスクが「民主化」を好む英国(英米)の戦略の偽善性を指摘した。歴史的に英国はエジプトに「民主化しろ」と求めてきたが、1910年代からエジプトで民主化運動が起きて(英傀儡の)王政を転覆しようとすると、英当局は運動家を投獄し、その後で再びエジプトに民主化を求めることを繰り返してきたと。英米はムバラクの独裁を容認しつつ、エジプトに「民主化しろ」と圧力をかけることで、英米の傀儡であり続ける状態を作ってきた。今、エジプトで起きている反政府運動は、そうした英米覇権の偽善的な戦略自体に対する、国民の反乱だ。エジプトが真に民主化されてイスラム主義の政権ができたら、英米はそれを「イスラム独裁」と非難するだろう(イランのイスラム政権を非難したように)。だが英米の覇権の力は下落傾向にあり、非難は「小言」にすぎなくなる。

田中宇の国際ニュース解説 無料版 2011年1月30日

≪僕のコメント≫

僕は思うのだけど、アメリカは、これと似た様な事を日本にもやっている。日本の少子化や世代格差・階層の分断化は、遠目で見るとアメリカの日本への干渉が遠因となってる。 その因果関係は、絶対に大きな声では語られない。


≪以下 参照記事≫

http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/fisk/robert-fisk-a-new-truth-dawns-on-the-arab-world-2194488.html
Robert Fisk: A new truth dawns on the Arab world

Leaked Palestinian files have put a region in revolutionary mood

The Palestine Papers are as damning as the Balfour Declaration. The Palestinian "Authority" – one has to put this word in quotation marks – was prepared, and is prepared to give up the "right of return" of perhaps seven million refugees to what is now Israel for a "state" that may be only 10 per cent (at most) of British mandate Palestine.

And as these dreadful papers are revealed, the Egyptian people are calling for the downfall of President Mubarak, and the Lebanese are appointing a prime minister who will supply the Hezbollah. Rarely has the Arab world seen anything like this.

To start with the Palestine Papers, it is clear that the representatives of the Palestinian people were ready to destroy any hope of the refugees going home.



It will be – and is – an outrage for the Palestinians to learn how their representatives have turned their backs on them. There is no way in which, in the light of the Palestine Papers, these people can believe in their own rights.

They have seen on film and on paper that they will not go back. But across the Arab world – and this does not mean the Muslim world – there is now an understanding of truth that there has not been before.

It is not possible any more, for the people of the Arab world to lie to each other. The lies are finished. The words of their leaders – which are, unfortunately, our own words – have finished. It is we who have led them into this demise. It is we who have told them these lies. And we cannot recreate them any more.

In Egypt, we British loved democracy. We encouraged democracy in Egypt – until the Egyptians decided that they wanted an end to the monarchy. Then we put them in prison. Then we wanted more democracy. It was the same old story. Just as we wanted Palestinians to enjoy democracy, providing they voted for the right people, we wanted the Egyptians to love our democratic life. Now, in Lebanon, it appears that Lebanese "democracy" must take its place. And we don't like it.

We want the Lebanese, of course, to support the people who we love, the Sunni Muslim supporters of Rafiq Hariri, whose assassination – we rightly believe – was orchestrated by the Syrians. And now we have, on the streets of Beirut, the burning of cars and the violence against government.

And so where are we going? Could it be, perhaps, that the Arab world is going to choose its own leaders? Could it be that we are going to see a new Arab world which is not controlled by the West? When Tunisia announced that it was free, Mrs Hillary Clinton was silent. It was the crackpot President of Iran who said that he was happy to see a free country. Why was this?

In Egypt, the future of Hosni Mubarak looks ever more distressing. His son, may well be his chosen successor. But there is only one Caliphate in the Muslim world, and that is Syria. Hosni's son is not the man who Egyptians want. He is a lightweight businessman who may – or may not – be able to rescue Egypt from its own corruption.

Hosni Mubarak's security commander, a certain Mr Suleiman who is very ill, may not be the man. And all the while, across the Middle East, we are waiting to see the downfall of America's friends. In Egypt, Mr Mubarak must be wondering where he flies to. In Lebanon, America's friends are collapsing. This is the end of the Democrats' world in the Arab Middle East. We do not know what comes next. Perhaps only history can answer this question.


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風我   2011年02月01日 15:41
欧米の昔からの手ですヨ... (-。-;)
おかあつ   2011年02月01日 19:38
本当にそうですね...
ナム   2011年02月02日 08:21
この日記がおもしろいですよ。
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