I don't see an "Anglo-Dutch-American-Zionist empire" as such. More like a more loose amalgamation between at times conflicting national interests. I really have not done the kind of research, or been privy to the kind information, that would lead to me believe that such an entity exists. Empire is a particularly strong term that suggests something else entirely to me than what may be going on.
There is a serious and real conflict going on between the U.S.A. and China, very much economically and geo-politically. I think the other sides you have mentioned as regards west (the British, the Dutch, and Israel) and the east (Russia and especially Iran, as an item on the chessboard) are hanging onto the coat-tails of the stronger powers, the U.S.A. and China.
Iran is merely a pawn in the larger geo-political game between west and east, I guess. And ties into the pathological fear of the other that some say is the core of any human conflict. The other being Islamic culture, as alien and incomprehensible to certain western minds as Nazism was back in the 1930s to 1940s. To those who cannot, or will not, differentiate between the Islamic religion and radical Islamism.
One other nation to watch out for in the east also is India.
I would say that the type of war that Huxley referred to is going on, and I've mentioned it in my previous post. A different kind of war though. I would say that perhaps the dialectic is now fractured, with three parties in the mix, the west versus the east, but the east with two distinct and formidable sub-groups, China in economic terms (but with a sizable armed forces reserve and weaponry) and the fight against radical fourth-generational warfare insurgents mostly in the form of radical Islamists. With some failed, or rogue, states in the third world thrown into the mix for good measure.
All in all I'm merely throwing out some speculation. It could be entirely wrong. But sometimes what we see going on may be what is really going on.