Jordan, the submissive kingdom

As seen by special correspondent Andre Vltchek, The Greanville Post

Jordan has long been on a tightrope to escape the fate dished out to its less fortunate sisters in the region

Jordan is a trojan horse amid Arabs fighting for liberation from the yoke of foreign domination. 1024w, 350w" sizes="(max-width: 695px) 100vw, 695px" /> Like many sheikdoms in the Gulf,  Jordan, one of the most strategically sensitive states, has been forced to become a trojan horse amid Arabs fighting for liberation from the yoke of foreign domination.  Billboard celebrates the little kingdom’s royals, and their longstanding subservience to the West. 



But back in Amman, it is 8 of what is called ‘5-star malls’, while several new ones are being built. The country is totally grotesque, but it is actually not something unique – just a condensed reality of the Middle East, or at least of the client states of the West in this part of the world.

Christopher Black, a leading international lawyer based in Toronto, Canada, explained for this report:

King Abdullah is acting as the cat’s paw of Anglo – American – Israeli aggression in the region by his support of the vicious war against Syria and its violation of the UN Charter and international law by allowing his territory to be used to launch attacks by US proxy forces and American “advisers” against Syria, by harboring armed guerrilla and terrorist groups and by facilitating the movement of Israeli forces on its common borders with Syria.

The wisdom here is simple: If you are member of the elites, serve Europe and the US well, then get yourself a Range Rover, buy few Michael Kors bags for your wife, Bally shoes for yourself, have a drink or two in order to appear very secular and very progressive, cover your head with Vuitton scarf if you are a female, and don’t forget to smoke a few rounds of aromatic water pipe.

And tell everyone how much you love your (actually, our) King. Otherwise, shut up, habibi! Or you will get your country into real trouble; if you don’t collaborate, it may end up like Iraq or Libya, Syria or Iran.
•> (EXCERPTED FROM Jordan Kingdom of Shadows and Submissiveness)


Special Correspondent Andre Vltchek is a novelist, filmmaker and investigative journalist. He covered wars and conflicts in dozens of countries. The result is his latest book: “Fighting Against Western Imperialism ‘Pluto’ published his discussion with Noam Chomsky: On Western Terrorism. His critically acclaimed political novel Point of No Return is re-edited and available. Oceania is his book on Western imperialism in the South Pacific. His provocative book about post-Suharto Indonesia and the market-fundamentalist model is called “Indonesia – The Archipelago of Fear”. His feature documentary, “Rwanda Gambit” is about Rwandan history and the plunder of DR Congo. After living for many years in Latin America and Oceania, Vltchek presently resides and works in East Asia and Africa. He can be reached through his website or his Twitter.















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