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What does it mean by “government within a government?” Who is the actual controller of administrations? How are governments‘ operations dictated nowadays? What specific characteristics portray this practice that is known as a political conspiracy against known standards? Are we electing the right party to lead us? Should we comprehend a never-ending struggle for secret control? How deep does this go within every government? Roles of government and actual command of decisions to the benefit of politically powerful bodies. Governments’ primary role is to administer and move forward laws legislated from parliamentary decisions. As they are voted, legislations are forwarded for execution. The legislative and executive separation of power is adhered to in a modern democracy in order to balance the authority given to each branch of government where they can check and oversee the other. The judicial body responsible for judging administrative duties is also another branch that delivers justice and enforces the laws enacted by the parliament and diligently executed by the government. Given we live in a world where everything can be twisted according to the benefits of politically powerful entities, some countries’ governments also yield all branches of power. These types of systems are evident in kingships. Unfortunately, some democracies also have a similar quality, even if branches are presumably divided. In order to wield the full power of control, these democratic countries retain central cohorts, most often without a clear position or title, that commands government execution, according to the evaluation of former ministers from emerging countries. They incite the idea of confidential chambers, away from the reach and inspection of democratic institutions, within their already known and elected executive body, reviewing policies and “magnifying” legislations in the effort for moving forward decisions that benefit their objectives, as per their discretion and choice of accord between the ruling persons. According to simulation on the history of “surprising” democratic measures executed by governments by means of the traditional voting system within the legislative and executive bodies in developed countries, a few numbers of events occurred where the majorly expected outcomes were altered or tweaked, especially at the last minute, only to produce something that benefits a limited number of bodies. As the saying goes, "money talks, power locks, difficulty walks." In order to become president, a politician or independent should be high reaching, well connected, and with strong potential of steering the country in a particular direction. All of these traits are acquired through experience and by retaining the correct entourage. Sometimes we may witness poor decisions moved by presidents that simply go against logic or values promised to the nation. Overlooking corruption and taking into consideration countries with advanced democracy, at the very least, executors’ role should be effecting the regulations declared by parliaments and taking judiciary notes into significant consideration. When decisions or policies are effectuated, and they do not progress diligently or comply with agreed terms between the branches, that calls for reflection, provided that all rulers of democracies are under the umbrella of the constitution that can initiate investigations to put a stop to any sort of political crisis. Ever since he claimed power, Trump had been moving forward very delicate agendas for Israel by means of US recognition, besides his long-awaited yet very troublesome Palestine-Israel peace plan, starting with the annexation of Jerusalem as its capital and claiming Golan Heights with a "strategic" defense justification against terrorism and other security concerns, ignoring International disregard to the one-sided recognition and straining the already distressed status of the Middle East, even if Trump does not have the legal authority or jurisdiction to enact such a move globally. According to strategists, Trump is not someone who simply gives a gift without return. He retrieved more than a trillion dollars from GCC states in terms of “safety and security” checks, steadily exploiting Iraq and the Levant's oil through American companies, and benefiting from the continuous division and competition of Arab countries. Provided that his measures for Israel yielded no clear economic returns, at least to the public, other than being called a very risky move from a socio-political perspective, the only viable possibility for exercising such a significant action that all kinds of unions and international organizations denied implies the more prominent issue of supplying the demands to a deeper, more central, authority of control. So, how deep do shadow systems go? Directives magnified in the Arab World supplying the demands of the “Chessmaster.” As explained in “The Tragic Democracy in the Arab World,” staggeringly, all democratic countries in the Arab World face foreign penetrations to their sovereign that directly affect execution and enforcement of laws. Administrations rely heavily on their support to maintain their placement, given that leaders’ approval ratings are almost always below par. After a thorough reflection on the rolling incidents of 2010's Arab Spring, when most Arab countries rose against their “democratic” leaders, there was a clear sign of political contrast between each regime. Leaders with no foreign support, or lacking a significant role in backing their presence, fell quickly, leading to substantial reformations in a country’s constitution, such as the dictators of Libya Al Gaddafi, Tunisia’s Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, and Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak. However, for countries where the leaders have intense foreign penetration and support to their administration, their placement has survived the uprisings and is alive today. Such as the dictators of Syria Bashar Al Assad, besides his father that reigned close to 30 years crushing all kinds of rebellions against him, and Bahrain’s Al Khalifa. Did we thoroughly analyze the reason behind such a concomitant rise in Arab nations against tyranny and totalitarianism in the name of freedom and equality? Foreign penetrations make a significant percentage of the inner, and actual, government based on their power, which directs the outer shell and dictates the order. According to former politicians from developing countries, whenever the media speaks about retaliation against a specific political benefactor, it is mostly fabricated only to level any sort of suspicion as to who is controlling the country in reality. Foreign secret penetration is also known as modern day’s expansion where powers are able to colonize without the use of force or physical invasion that is heavily scrutinized and despised by international bodies, organizations, and the general public in the name of “peaceful coexistence.” This is also more efficient in terms of commanding through the reduction of civil retaliation, given that the face of the country is ruling under their flag. According to a survey on modern-day expansion and invasion, most people seem to think colonialism and expansive measurements have ‘died out’ since the last century. Little do they know, the only difference between tomorrow, today, and yesterday’s invasion is mere strategy. Strategies of modern expansion tactics outlined by foreign powers are mostly inner governmental, taking executors and decision making bodies under their wings through financial and political persuasions, or toppling them for a more beneficial replacement. Egypt’s response to the Grand Renaissance Dam of Ethiopia on the Nile is shocking. The Nile is Africa’s landmark and only river with North-flowing current that Egypt and Sudan retained its rights since the 1929 and 1959 treaties with substantial veto power against any kind of projects that may hurdle the flow's stream. Where water is scarce, the country’s major economic source is agriculture, relying heavily on the river, and Lake Nasser, for the domestic production of goods such as rice and banana. Now that Ethiopia will procure the river’s current, publicly announcing it “Ethiopia’s lake,” its current will remain shallow for five years straight, where Egypt’s quota will wane, a major part of its exports will diminish, relative goods supply will decrease, raw material prices and costs of production will inflate, supplier positioning will be strengthened, end products prices will skyrocket, and demand will reduce due to the change in those supply-dependent economic characteristics where the aggregate equilibrium will be at an all-time low. Any reasonable ruler would strongly respond at any cost to this “invasion” of a vital and legally owned resource that runs majorly throughout the nation, equally weighing on their wellbeing and economic survival. Measurements outlined by El Sisi seem very foolish and lacking in leadership, but even more so very surprising given his track record as army general for several years, where military options are not as challenging to strategize and operate. Similar encounter to his “gift” of two Egyptian islands on the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia right after his reign to power resulting in significant Egyptian loss of maritime and territorial waters privilege. According to simulation on the coup of Egypt’s military toppling Morsi's government in 2013, they had major foreign backing to overthrowing Morsi who strongly refused the construction of a mega-dam on the Nile, gifting national lands or territorial privileges to Neighboring countries, or strengthening certain types of relationships with foreign bodies, besides other agendas. Now that El Sisi forcefully acquired the position, and will be for a long period, his inner government coalition of foreign powers’ demands are being met one by one at the price of the citizens’ living standards and their wellbeing, as outlined by officials of the former governments, where many industries and commercial sectors are majorly affected. Negligence of governments and the attributes of today’s leadership. The explosion of Beirut’s port on the 4th of August, 2020, where Lebanon encountered high economic, mortality, and health sector costs, on top of COVID overtaking Beirut’s hospitals, during heated Israeli-Lebanese Shiite militia conflicts, can bring forth the issue of struggles and their impact on the livelihood of civilians. The explosion that was characterized as a “little” below a nuclear’s magnitude, leading to earthquakes and feeling its impact by neighboring countries, is a “perfect accident“ during such distressing times. The result of negligence by the administration to taking care of the tons of ammonium nitrate, besides other explosive contents, from the port explains the recklessness witnessed by governments that face ongoing unrests and their disregard for the importance of public and national security. A primary reason behind a country’s turmoil is the leadership’s oppressive grip on power that yields massive psychological disorders. Grandiosity Egomania, this complex is the main similarity between dictators in history who fought greatly to maintain their power. Not to mix innate with learned attributes, this need for continuous superiority is acquired after receiving the power. According to a simulation on tyrants throughout time, they all encountered similar characteristics of order and command, touching upon the learned psychological behavior known as an obsession for power. The social title itself creates a shocking need for power retention at burdensome personal costs. Not so different, modern-day tyrants exercised the same measurements even if numerous lives can be withered. Provided that humans are highly susceptible to the "virtue" of power, and that can only be retained today through extensive foreign support, to what extent are countries tangled? How extended are those networks?
How different are government types of Arab countries in North Africa and the Middle East? Which type seems to be most successful in maintaining order and liberty? Can we fully rely on presumable democratic measurements proposed by the leaders? How are external influences penetrating Arabian countries? Which period was a turning point in altering the type of leadership in this region? 'Liberty or security' forms of government limiting individuals' rights as humans. Various forms of government exist in North Africa and the Middle East that correspond to domestic beliefs and traditional politics. After the Second World War, some of the Arabian countries began to adhere to the internationally tolerated government, democracy, in an effort for civilized development. Such transformations created a balance of choice that individuals always find trouble with, freedom or security. In democracies, where equality prevails, and liberties such as the freedom of speech are allowed giving people the voice that is heard for electing the right leadership, or at least that is how they are portrayed, security is the cost. Citizens of these modified governments paid a tremendous price for liberty in terms of safety. According to a survey on citizens of presumed democracies in the Middle East, they almost unanimously agree that their outlined freedoms took away their security to the extent that living in constant fear, that is correspondingly rising, is not equal to the liberty they have asked for. A significant portion of them is asking for retreating back to the older forms of government in order to meet their security needs that are crucial for their wellbeing and survival. The price of liberty and equality here is safety and security. On the other hand, governments where security and safety prevail, but liberties do not, are monarchies. As displayed in the gulf region, all of them exercise the government of kingship, where a single-family is in control of all pillars of administration. According to the survey, they are also known as “judges, juries, and executioners.” These countries are known to control both the government and media so to prevent any form of retaliation. There is probably a direct similarity with Orwell’s Big Brother. While doing so, they are manipulating the people to single think into one direction or face totalitarian policing. The price of safety and security here are liberties and equality. Liberty over security, republics that turned democratic in a series of uncertain transformations. Arabian states that became a democracy include Iraq, Tunisia, and Libya. In the name of liberty, these countries, who also represent the situation of the majority of other countries of similar methodologies with authoritarian measures, are basing their leadership on a "suppressed" form of freedom of choice. According to a simulation on historical leaderships and their approval ratings, these countries almost never encountered a leader who had a majority approval. This explains that elections in these presumable democratic states are manipulated by certain groups with political agendas. These democratic states witness ongoing political divisions, in addition to religious, where some parties to the other are considered “the ultimate enemy,” according to officials of high standing. These divisions create continuing tensions, in terms of safety, that a few magnified groups within each party are in constant physical conflicts with each other in the name of solidarity and power on behalf of their beliefs. The largest group affected by these conflicts are the ordinary individuals who are merely seeking to live freely and peacefully. According to statistics on the outcome of ongoing internal conflicts, close to 10-13% of people are either displaced internally or migrating to foreign lands, and nearly 20% need a particular form of basics aid simply to survive. The price for democracy yielded an enormous payback that allowed rogue groups to self-rule in the name of political justice and outright false religious beliefs. They self impose their martial power by promoting fear and oppression with aspirations to either take over country governance, defend radical views, or play an active role in protecting foreign groups’ interests. Even though world countries and international organizations explain their frustration against those rogue groups, these groups seem to continuously grow in strength and numbers with ongoing financial backing from unknown bodies internationally. Surprisingly, their actions directly contradict their "sacred" objectives. Such as ISIS, the rogue extremist group with false ideologies that wrongly portray the practices of the religion of Islam, their penetration is appearing only in Islamic countries, primarily torturing and killing Muslims, stealing and selling oil and antique artifacts that they display as being against religious habits, and causing unrest to the majorly Muslim population. Since their initiation six years ago, Arab countries paid a massive fee for military aid from foreign states in order to diminish this rogue group who, still, is alive and growing between several countries. Such a group that caused international frustration that all nations and organizations declared as terrorists, while continually increasing, only explains that its existence is not based on its bad economic management, false religious ideologies, or poor political decisions, but on foreign reinforcement. Iraq, the democracy of division and unrest, compromising the wellbeing of the most for the benefit of the few. Unclear democracy, where every party pulls for itself and personal interest over the public’s advantage with several foreign penetrations on its politics, is the reason why rogue groups are being formed initially. Iraq, the country that switched from a monarchy to democracy to dictatorship, and back to democracy, through very unconventional means and the constant toppling of presidents, witnessed outcomes that directly contradict democratic methods. The American invasion that ended Saddam Hussein’s regime in 2003 was the prime driver of modern governance in Iraq that contributed to a very divided republic. Since then, the leadership was revolving around the three central doctrines: Sunnis, Shias, and Kurds. The Sunnis' highest power is by heading the House of Representatives, the Kurds' highest power is by heading the state, and the Shias' highest power is by heading the government. The most influential force in controlling the country with this regard is given to the Shias, who are also in direct manipulation from neighboring influence. Iran, with political and economic goals, is a significant reason for Iraq’s ongoing physical unrest and division of bodies. According to analysts, Iraqi’s Shiite rogue groups that are preventing the development of real democracy and strengthening of security, through devising corruption for personal gains, also known as the militias, are under the direct influence and origin of Iran. Thus, the prime ministry and militia groups are under the same umbrella, leading to total manipulation and abusive totalitarianism in a government that presumes democracy. The recent demonstrations by citizens against the Iraqi government merely for better standards of living are being strongly quelled by those militia groups, not event the government, given that these protests may hinder the hidden agendas of foreign states. Sometimes even police teams join the rallies in order to protect the protestors. Very recently, a very well known political analyst and researcher, Hisham Al Hashemi, who published a very detailed paper on the total corruption in Iraq under all kinds of officials in every province and district, have been murdered by a specific Iranian militia. His work openly displayed the penetrations in Iraq that are causing substandards of living that people are demanding to improve and the main reasons why the government is inefficient. The outcome of this paper drove the current prime minister, Mustafa Al Kadhemi, to study and execute plans to eradicate all kinds of corruption, which upset the related groups and stakeholders of Iraq's unrest. After the killing of Suleimani by American forces in Iraq on January of 2020, American-Iranian tensions continued to rise, limiting the liberties of individuals and causing stricter military control that is well known for its suppression to Iraqi citizens. With constant struggles between American and Iranian governments, both of which are actively penetrating the Iraqi administration, the country will indefinitely face repression, hinder growth, and not be able to thrive to the sought living standards that many demonstrators gave their lives for. Revolutions supported by foreign powers causing tragedy and turmoil. The continuous struggles found in Libya since the uprising against the dictator Muammar Al Gaddafi and declaring democracy can only be explained by the constant foreign intrusions that seek benefits out of unrest. After being free from the dictatorship, and battling ISIS, Libya finally realized democracy, which, very soon after, encountered a form of a coup from a military general known as Haftar, also known as the Arab's modern "Hitler." This coup that is ongoing where foreign countries are heavily interfering, as explained in "The Sleight of Hands Renovating Political Orders and Managing Socio-Economic Amendments," is causing significant disruptions in the country with reference to governance, protection of civilians, maintenance of the economy, and safeguarding state resources. Given there are two parties to the struggle, allied countries are backing the internationally acknowledged government, while penetrating countries are supporting the General, leading to heated battles where ordinary individuals are profoundly affected. Such a scenario was successfully performed in Egypt in 2013, where similar countries were seeking expansion. The administration was under a dictatorship, then turned democracy under Morsi, and then back to dictatorship under El Sisi. The struggle found in Yemen since 2011, due to the Houthi-Iranian penetration, put Gulf countries under a continuous battle in the name of liberalizing Yemen, where ordinary individuals are the most damaged. As a result, and according to World Bank statistics, 25 million people, nearly 80% of the population, are under the line of poverty with almost no source of income. A significant percentage of them are in acute conditions with no access to clean water, food, or medicine, in dire need of international involvement and assistance. Yemeni individuals seeking a better life and aspire to relocate may find it difficult because of the complicated methods of immigration due to closed or overtaken airports, militia-controlled lands, and the basic geography of the country. Security over liberty, monarchies that act as Big Brother in maintaining control under one centralized entity. Ongoing monarchies today in North Africa and the Middle East include the Gulf countries, Jordan, and Morocco. In these governments, retaliation is a first-level offense. The single government controls all pillars of the country, such as media, military, policing, justice, and education. Suppression is continuously exercised to prevent any form of government toppling or loss of power. Such as activists or journalists that publicize pieces against them in the name of liberty, including the late writer and author Jamal Khashoggi that was gruesomely executed in the consulate of his country on foreign land by orders from the highest level. Liberty seekers are the biggest damaged group given that such ideologies cannot be exercised. Freedom and equality do not prevail, where discrimination lives at its best, only to deliver artificial justice by manipulating mindsets and ways of thinking. These countries are a perfect example of capitalism submerged into politics and governance, where the single entity monopolized an entire nation. As explained in "Single Thinking is a Theory More than Reality in an Ongoing Big Brother World," these countries depict modern totalitarianism where ordinary citizens are living for the betterness of the single entity or family. According to survivors of Bahrain's uprising of 2011, many of them explain unspeakable human rights violations as methods utilized to quell the protests. Security and safety, however, prevail, given the intense surveillance and control involved. According to a simulation on such countries and their leadership approval ratings, citizens internally almost unanimously approve of their country’s leadership. Given fear persuasion is itself a substantial motivation, they still enjoy tranquility in many aspects. Their economies are safe in comparison to neighboring countries due to increased oversee. They mostly connect their economic traits to developed nations in order to maintain positioning and international presence. Merely a few years ago, they started carrying value-added taxes on goods and services so to cope with the world's economic policies. However, due to a not very inexpensive lifestyle, especially in bad economic conditions, it contributed to the migration of many expatriates. Mostly business owners and low-middle level employees, these individuals are seeking better qualities of living finding opportunities elsewhere without compromising their standards. The countries as well faced economic damage when continually losing the foreign population and workforce, which led to stricter guidance on maintaining better wellbeing and easing livelihoods for individuals. Those countries’ returns are mostly circulating around land resources and tourism. When COVID-19 hit and oil prices began to fluctuate, as well as airports suspended the reception of tourists, with hospitality and leisure sectors substantially damaged, countries continued to ease living features and administrative procedures so to maintain their attraction. Given that one entity controls everything, including the economy, this kind of total centralization illustrates either united growth when led correctly or consolidated downturn if led poorly. Neither security nor liberty, republics that supply demands to foreign benefactors for the sake of leadership maintenance. Countries such as Egypt and Syria have been presumably exercising democracies with dictatorship pursuits where a single party is in control of all the pillars of administration. Any forms of freedom of speech in retaliation, which ideally should be allowed, is quelled immediately. According to a simulation on citizens seeking a change in leadership, whenever a "sort" of presidential elections come up, even if a considerable percentage is aiming for a complete adjustment, the same party and leader remain on top. Bashar Al Assad and his father Hafez Al Assad ruled the "democratic" Republic of Syria for nearly 50 years now by winning all sorts of elections. When inquiring from citizens, they always sought to change the presidency but were not able due to "tyrannical" measurements used directly and indirectly—a similar situation for Egypt that endured long-reigning dictators with ongoing government reformations until today. According to statistics on approvals in Egypt, When El Sisi proceeded to demand a change in the constitution that allows him to reign until 2036, it was publicized that more than 90% of the voters endorsed the amendment. However, when directly questioning a significant percentage of them, they voted against that change. These regimes contributed to the massive displacement of Arabs around the world, including the waves of migrants that are physically walking to Europe in search of freedom and actual democracy. These massive relocations also created fascistic groups that provide migration and transportation services at expensive and immoral costs. According to Syrian migrants in Europe, they paid almost their entire ownerships just to get a seat at the vehicle of transportation. It is well known that such states have broad backing from foreign powers with political agendas, helping in maintaining the government at the price of sovereign shareholding. According to their people, they feel enslaved by these foreign states who are moving the pieces, besides the already existing corrupt government. Now that 2 phases of Caesar's law of sanctions have been imposed on the Syrian regime, individuals started to believe in a spark of hope of government modification, but to what extent? A few months ago, a large number of Egyptians went to the streets as an uprising in an effort to topple El Sisi's regime. It was, however, repressed right away by tyrannical policing, including arresting them all and securing enforced approval by the general population of the authoritarian government. Again, many foreign states have a keen personal interest with this regime being alive and well, pushing their agendas and demands further. Whenever a coup happens in a country, it is always backed by foreign powers with political and economic agendas. If it was successful, the overturner must supply the demands of those who helped. Hence, notions such as sovereignty and solidarity may be considered dead in these countries. Recommendation: Cutting the middle man. Almost all countries in the Middle East, whether democracy or monarchy, are following an authoritarian course of administration that suppresses liberties and equality, where the only significant difference is the level of security and safety involved through shareholding sovereignty with constant penetrations and foreign intrusions. The largest affected group in these problematic tangencies of governance are the ordinary individuals who are only seeking for a peaceful life. All Arab countries, without exception, have intensive interferences to their autonomy from foreign powers that either back or overthrow regimes. If a country ever faced the need to seek a change in leadership, manifesting may be useless and dangerous, as explained in "Demanding Radical Change Requires Psycho-Graphically Understanding Ourselves and Target Bodies," mainly due to different ways of thinking. Cutting the middle man and going directly to the top, as in the major benefactor that is supporting the regime, may be the most efficient way of administering actual change in government.
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