Robert Spirko's THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY Now Available; Predicts Middle East Wars
Robert Spirko, author of THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY, a spy-thriller about the Middle East, says he expects the United States, Israel, Britain, Turkey and its NATO allies to be involved in a war against the Syrian Assad regime and Iran as NATO and Arab countries come to the relief of Syrian rebel fighters in the months ahead.
Spirko, who predicted the Persian Gulf and Iraq wars, says, "It's related to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict which I said back in 1987 was the crux of my book. It is the core issue in the Middle East. It always will be until there's a Palestinian state," Spirko says. "My novel is a book about peace and the hard choices that have to be made to achieve that."
Spirko, a financial and geo-political analyst, turned his attention to the Middle East in 1987 after discovering several common elements related to the Middle East question. He has given his advice over the years to the National Security Council including the 2000 Camp David Peace Talks under President Bill Clinton, both Bush presidents and the current Obama Administration. He wrote down his analysis, and when he was finished, he not only had a solution to the quagmire, he had a story to tell. THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY foreshadowed the Persian Gulf War by three years, and the Sept. 11 attack followed by the resultant Iraq War.
A Middle-East analyst and geo-political expert and author, Spirko says he thinks the Russians might get involved in Syria by going in and securing the chemical weapons they themselves gave to the Syrian government stored somewhere in northeast Syria.
"Indeed, if that occurs, with the blessing of the United States, it could signal Israel to launch a pre-emptive strike against Iran's nuclear facilities dragging the U.S. into the war if Iran then attacks U.S. bases or the 5th Fleet in the Persian Gulf," Spirko notes.
"The Turkish army would sweep across Syria in a heartbeat; and of course, you remember from history, Turkey's Ottoman Empire ruled Syria for more than 300 years. In short, all hell will break loose in the region. How far it will go and how long it will last is anybody's guess. One thing is for certain, Iran will not succeed in getting nuclear weapons. You might even see the use of tactical nuclear weapons used for the first time since Hiroshima and Nagasaki."
"Nobody wants war; everyone is tired of constant war. It is a dreadful thing because it destroys capital - human capital. A war fought with weapons of mass destruction will threaten to annihilate great masses of population. It should be avoided at all costs. We must find a way toward peace."
Olive Grove Books also announced the sale of Spirko's book on Kindle, Nook and all popular worldwide eBook formats. The novel was fourth on the best-seller category of Atlasbooks and Ingram distributors, and delves into the issues of the Middle East including the Palestinian-Israeli problem (the core issue in the Middle East), weapons of mass destruction including nuclear-tipped missiles that can reach Israel, all of Europe including London, southern Russia and the United States.
"There are several elements of new danger in the Middle East - the time-tested Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty which has lasted for 33 years is in danger of collapsing if extremist Islamic leadership overthrows the current attempt at a democratic government. In addition, Jordan and Israel signed a peace agreement 17 years ago, that must be preserved. And, of course, Iran is developing the threat of nuclear weapons possibly to be used against Israel and the United States."