“Their feet run to evil, and they hasten to shed innocent blood; their thoughts are thoughts of iniquity, devastation and destruction are in their paths.” Isaiah 59:7
It’s ALL for Apartheid Israel
“I’ve never seen a President — I don’t care who he is — stand up to them (Israel). It just boggles the mind. They always get what they want. The Israelis know what is going on all the time. I got to the point where I wasn’t writing anything down. If the American people understood what a grip these people have got on our government, they would rise up in arms. Our citizens certainly don’t have any idea what goes on.” — U.S. Navy Admiral and former head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Thomas Moorer, during an interview in August 1983.
A Regional War For Israel Is Coming
Excerpt from the article by Philip Giraldi
War is likely to start in the Middle East as Iran, Lebanon and Syria are relatively soft targets with only limited capability to strike back. As neocon pundit Michael Ledeen put it, “Every ten years or so, the United States needs to pick up some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show the world we mean business.” There have been numerous indications that Israel is preparing for war. Its planning clearly includes deliberately involving the United States in the conflict, turning American soldiers into de facto hostages, with U.S. casualties guaranteeing Washington’s direct and immediate involvement in the fighting.
Largely unknown to the American public, the United States has just completed the largest ever joint military exercises with Israel even though it has no defense agreement or treaty with Tel Aviv. That is, in part, because military alliances are dependent on an attack on one partner mandating support from all parties to the agreement. Israel has balked at such an arrangement because it cannot define its own borders, which are constantly expanding.
The recent maneuvers featured scenarios in which U.S. troops fought Syrians, Lebanese and Palestinians in a mock-up Arab village to defend Israel. Washington’s particularly vulnerability vis-à-vis Israel derives from the recent opening of a U.S. permanent facility at Mashabim Air Base in the Negev Desert.
It is described as a base within a base, completely contained by an Israeli air force installation and operating “under Israeli military directives,” meaning that if the facility is attacked Americans will likely die. It has no function in support of U.S. regional interests but is instead a shell facility with a few dozen airmen that can be ramped up considerably if Israel goes to war and calls for American assistance. Together with billions of dollars-worth of U.S. military equipment that is pre-positioned in Israel and can be used by the Israelis as needed, it is all about supporting Israeli war-making and has nothing to do with American security or defense interests except as a tripwire to bring about U.S. involvement.
For that reason, all of the above is something more than just the latest “we have to support Israel” gimmick. The American soldiers and airmen who are now based in Israel are the sacrificial lambs that will guarantee U.S. entry into a war that Israel intends to start, make no mistake about that.
When Israel attacks Syria and/or Lebanon, as it clearly intends to do, Hezbollah will retaliate with its missiles, some of which will surely be directed towards the Mashabim Air Base, which will be targeted to inhibit the base’s ability to bomb Lebanon. And once Washington is well and truly engaged in what is referred to as “force protection,” Israel will undoubtedly widen the conflict by drawing Iran in through attacks on that country’s identified bases in Syria that are supporting the al-Assad government. The bigger war will suddenly become America’s responsibility after Israel inevitably proves itself incapable of handling the escalation.
The Coming War On Lebanon
Excerpt from the article by Timothy Alexander Guzman
Washington’s plan to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has ultimately failed. Now Lebanon seems to be in the crosshairs with tensions between Israel and Hezbollah on the same level that led to the 2006 Lebanon war. There is also the possibility that a new offensive against Syria might take place as Washington maintains its troop levels in the devastated country caused by ISIS and other terrorists groups they supported.
Various reports suggest that the Pentagon may reveal that there are close to 2,000 U.S. troops stationed in Syria even though ISIS has been defeated. So why is Washington staying in Syria? Will there be another attempt to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the near future? Most likely, yes. Adding the Trump administration’s continued hostilities towards Iran, the drumbeats of a new war in the Middle East is loud and clear.
Israel is gearing up for a long and devastating war against Hezbollah, an Iranian-ally who is based in Lebanon’s southern region to deter Israel’s expansionist ideas. Israel understands that a defeat against Hezbollah and the Lebanese military will be absolutely difficult to accomplish, therefore preparations to engage the Hezbollah this time will be an effort to create as much damage as possible and reduce their military capabilities, maybe in time for U.S. troops to enter the war through Syria and coordinate targets with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
Israel’s plan to launch more aggressive wars against its neighbors to further an expansionist objective would come at a great cost to Israeli citizens as their economy sinks into the rabbit hole and with the threat of incoming missiles from southern Lebanon makes it that much more worse. Lebanon and to an extent Israel will be once again devastated by a new war. For both sides of the border, it is a formula for disastrous consequences.
Iran Nuclear Deal Hysteria Is A Cry For War
All those within Government and without who oppose the nuclear deal with Iran are only doing so to please Israel. Their hysteria is totally unfounded. If one wants peace, one must deal with one’s “enemies.” Roosevelt dealt with Stalin, Nixon with Mao Zedong, Kissinger with Le Duc Tho, Kerry with Castro, etc.
Those who cry wolf over the deal and want to attack Iran are only following the diktats of the Israeli terrorist-in-chief Benjamin Netanyahu. After all, he’s their god and whatever he says goes – that’s the only explanation for their idiotic stand. Watch this video of Netanyahu lambasting Iran in the US Congress, or not – besides, who can stand to watch that demonic and arrogant cad ordering the US around.
“If America goes to war with Iran, as is increasingly likely, it will be all about Israel,” said Philip Giraldi, former CIA officer.
Consequently, when the Middle East is set ablaze and millions of people lose their lives, the world will know who to haul at The Hague for crimes against humanity.
Dumb Moves Have Consequences
Excerpt from the article by Philip Giraldi
President Donald Trump (withdrew the US) from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear agreement with Iran that was signed by the U.S. and five other governments in July 2015. As one informed observer noted, “a train wreck is probably coming, with very damaging consequences that are hard to predict.”
The unfortunate truth is that going to war with Iran is popular among the policy makers and media for the usual reason: it is a major foreign policy objective of the Israeli government and its powerful U.S. lobby.
The U.S. and Israel are also expressing concern about Iranian ballistic missile capability. Again, ballistic missiles would appear to be a weapon that Israel alone seeks to monopolize in its neighborhood because it seeks to regard itself as uniquely threatened, that is, always the victim. It is an argument that sells well in the U.S. Congress and in the media, which has apparently also obtained traction in the White House. It is nevertheless a fake argument contrived by the Israelis. The missiles under development do not in any way threaten the United States and they were not in any event part of the agreement and should not be considered a deal breaker.
Add into the equation the clearly expressed and oft-times repeated Israeli intention to begin a war with Iran, starting in Syria, sooner rather than later, a disaster for American foreign policy is developing that might well make Iraq and Afghanistan look like cake walks. Iran will surely strike back in response either to the termination of the JCPOA or to Israeli bombing of its militiamen and surrogates in Syria. American forces in the region will surely be sucked into the conflict by Israel and will wind up taking the fall. Someone should tell Donald Trump that there are real world consequences for breaking agreements and rattling sabers.
Philip M. Giraldi, Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a 501(c)3 tax deductible educational foundation that seeks a more interests-based U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Website is www.councilforthenationalinterest.org, address is P.O. Box 2157, Purcellville VA 20134 and its email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is War With Iran Coming?
It seems the time to attack Iran could be around the corner. Jewish neocons and their sycophants in the USG have been summoning it for decades.
“Boys go to Baghdad, real men go to Tehran” has been their refrain since 2003.
Besides, does anyone not remember the many times Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Apartheid Israel, lambasted the UN and the US Congress demanding that Iran be bombed?
“Israel has done all but carve its demand for a military assault on Iran into the chests of every Western politician,” said Alborz Hormoz.
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi added: “Many indicators show that no one wants war in the region except for Israel.”
Well, the feasibility of such a scenario is looking more and more probable given the current state of the region.
“The Middle-East is literally exploding: the Houthis have delivered an extremely effective blow against Saudi oil production which (so they claim) has now dropped by 50% before bouncing back; there are persistent rumors that Russian Su-35S and S-400 have threatened to shoot down Israeli aircraft attacking Syria; Lebanon has declared that it will defend itself against Israeli attacks; Hezbollah has been threatening to deliver crippling strikes on Israel and even Israeli officials,” wrote The Saker.
Additional facts paint an even grimmer picture:
1. America has been humiliated.
Last September 14 coordinated attack of the Houthis against a Saudi’s oil processing facility – now being blamed on Iran – has overturned the Middle East geopolitical chessboard.
“The precision attack on the Saudi ‘jewel in the crown’, crude-processing installation last week, is also a precision assault on Saudi credibility, on the believability of the US security ‘umbrella’, and a humiliation for Trump, and particularly to America’s image as a competent military and intelligence power,” observed Alastair Crooke.
Therefore, the US will not rest until it reshuffles the power paradigm.
“Washington’s ability to comprehend, or to ‘read well’, its ‘enemies’ mind seems to have been somehow lost – out of a failure in Washington to discover any strain of empathy towards ‘otherness’ (either Iranian, Chinese or Russian). So the prospects, probably, are not great. Washington will not ‘get it’, but rather, may double-down, with potentially disastrous consequences,” continued Crooke.
2. Iraqi resistance is prepared to strike Israel after the Apartheid State bombed the Iran-supported Shiite group multiple times.
“There will be a response very soon to the Israeli bombings by resistance factions. It will be an appropriate response, and will be announced in a timely manner,” said Hamid al-Jazairi, Second-in-Command of the Saraya al-Khorasani group.
Expect this strike to be blamed on Iran as well, the same way the strike on Saudi Arabia by the Houthis in Yemen was squarely laid on Iran’s shoulders.
3. Donald Trump replaced John Bolton with an even worse individual, Robert O’Brien.
“In O’Brien’s 2016 book ‘While America Slept: Restoring American Leadership to a World in Crisis’, he expressed not just hostility but contempt towards Russia and President Vladimir Putin whom he described as a ‘despot’,” wrote Martin Sieff.
“He also gives enthusiastic support for the violent Maidan coup that toppled the democratically elected government of Ukraine in 2014. He praised Ukrainian groups that have strong ties to neo-Nazis and opposed the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran…The dangerous times for the world are not over: They are about to get even worse.”
4. The Israel-first President of the US is now sending troops and major war gears to the Middle East.
“The U.S. military has deployed at least one EC-130H Compass Call electronic warfare (EW) plane in one of its bases in the Middle East,” discovered Manu Gomez.
“I sure don’t like what I see. The EC-130H may have landed in Jordan or continued its way towards Saudi Arabia or one of the U.S. airbases in Iraq, the UAE or Qatar. Built on the base of Lockheed Martin’s C-130, the Compass Call is a heavily modified variant designed to disrupt enemy command and control communications, perform offensive counter-information operations, and carry out other kinds of electronic attacks.”
Further, the USG has ordered a large-scale activation of Ready Reserve Force ships.
“The U.S. Department of Defense has ordered a large-scale turbo activation of ships in the U.S. Maritime Administration’s (MARAD) Ready Reserve Force fleet,” reported Gcaptain.com.
“The turbo activation is part of a large-scale activation exercise ordered by the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) on September 16. The activation calls for a total of 28 RRF fleet vessels to transition from reduced operating status to fully crewed and full operating status within 5-days. Activations are commonly followed by immediate sea trials.
“We understand that this most recent activation – exercise or not – is the largest since the Persian Gulf War in 1990 and the invasion of Iraq in 2003.”
5. The US has shifted its Middle East command center from Qatar to South Carolina.
Now why would the US do such a thing if it was not contemplating war?
“It doesn’t take a whole heap of imagination to look at it and think, if push came to shove and it was a full blown conflict, it would be one of the priority targets,” explained Douglas Barrie, a senior fellow specializing in aerospace at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London.
6. Trump extended national emergency against Iran.
“Our relations with Iran have not yet normalized, and the process of implementing the agreements with Iran, dated January 19, 1981, is ongoing. For this reason, the national emergency declared on November 14, 1979, and the measures adopted on that date to deal with that emergency must continue in effect beyond November 14, 2019,” Trump wrote Congress in a formal notice.
This state of emergency, established since the 1979 hostage crisis, endows “extraordinary powers” to the U.S. president, who’s now able to continue provoking Iran at will.
7. Iranian officials have repeatedly warned the US against attacking their country. It’s almost like they know or sense an attack is coming.
“Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has warned that any country launching a war against Iran would not be able to end it on its own, warning that such a military action would have dire consequences for the entire Middle East and beyond that region,” wrote Iranian PressTV.
“In an interview to the CBS News’ Face the Nation program, Zarif said a war with Iran would not be necessarily limited to the Iranian borders.
“He said that Iran would never seek to initiate a war, but warned that any one launching a war against Iran would not be the one that ends it.”
The Iranians have been in the US’s crosshairs for a very long time now because that’s what Israel wants, and they’ve been preparing for the worst. Needless to say that the real fact of the matter is a war with Iran would be catastrophic, to say the least.
“In the last days of the Empire, facts don’t really matter,” concluded The Saker. “What matters is whatever is seen as politically expedient by the folks in the White House and in Israel.”
Before the American dogs of war are unleashed, look for possible triggers:
1) another major missile attack on Saudi Arabia by the Houthis is blamed on Iran;
2) a false flag operation like 9/11 by Israel materializes and is blamed on Iran;
3) Iraqi resistance gets fully immersed in a major fight with Israel;
4) Iran abandons the Nuclear Deal after European countries fail to deliver concrete steps towards alleviating US sanctions and moves towards full nuclear capacity, which then provides Israel with a casus belli to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Following an Israeli attack with scenario #4, Iran would swiftly retaliate against Israel. The US would then insert itself into a bloody war in order to protect its “precious ally” (who is in fact America’s greatest enemy): all hell would then break loose.
It may or may not be this year or next, only God knows; but, barring a miracle, it sure does look like it’s coming, especially if Israel-first Trump is reelected or the Israel-lover Potus throws caution to the winds and starts a conventional war with Iran right before the elections as a ploy to please his Jewish donors and obfuscate all the ongoing scandals and countless failures of his administration.
“We may have to get into wars,” said Trump. “We’re better prepared than we’ve ever been. If Iran does something, they’ll be hit like they’ve never been hit before. I mean, we have things that we’re looking at.”
Pray for peace and prepare your household for what the gathering clouds tell us is most likely coming: a major regional war with guaranteed financial turmoil that will affect the entire world.
The trigger has been pulled and the dogs of war are about to be unleashed. Trump, against all international laws, gave the order to assassinate Iran’s top General.
“Operating under the delusion that the US is still a respected world leader, Trump’s barbaric preemptive assassination on Soleimani has all the markings of an Israeli ‘quick and decisive’ hit used to liquidate the opposition. There is no longer any pretense that the candidate who promised no new interventionist wars never meant to include any conflicts that might benefit Israel. It is elementary that every conflict in the Middle East benefits Israel,” opined Renee Parsons.
To avenge their General, Iran retaliated with restraint when they hit the US Ain Al-Asad base in Iraq. According to AlManar, “The Iranian missiles hit the command chamber and positions used to prepare the combat helicopters at the US base.”
“Unlike the Americans, we are not criminals; we could have struck the dormitory areas of the US troops at Ain Al-Asad base and killed 500 of them had we decided that,” said IRGC Aerospace Force Commander Brig. Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh.
Given the pinpoint accuracy of the Iranian missiles, Trump quickly stood down and did not follow through on his pompous threat to destroy 52 Iranian targets he said were in the crosshairs if Iran were to retaliate.
For now a war in the shadows, with resistance and Iran-aligned groups set to strike US forces, is about to engulf the region with the intent to drive the US out of the Middle East, as promised by Iranian leadership and the entire axis of resistance.
But, with a Trump presidency, this is definitely not the end of the story. Dr. Jack Rasmus wrote:
“If Trump really wanted to renegotiate a new deal with Iran, this would have been an opportunity. He could have declared he was removing some sanctions as an offer to start negotiations. Instead, he ‘doubled down’, as he said, imposing new sanctions on Iran. Trump does not want a new deal with Iran. He never did… He will keep on punching…
“Every time Iran does not escalate, Trump can declare a partial victory and look tough on foreign policy to his base. And should Iran finally escalate in turn, then Trump has his excuse to intensify his military response.
“Trump and his advisers see escalating the confrontation with Iran as a win-win situation. That’s why the provocations will continue. US provocations of Iran will not stop with the Soleimani assassination. They have only just begun.”
Defining Moment For Putin: Stand Up To Israel
Russia must reconsider its current relationship with Israel because it is wrong for so many reasons, not least because it sends mixed messages to Russian allies in the Middle East.
First steps are already taken; Israel’s ambassador has been summoned to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. But they should be doing much more than this. The whole current crisis is a consequence of Israel’s desire to prop up controlled chaos in Syria for decades to come and Russia being silent when it comes to Tel Aviv’s constant air attacks against Syria.
Why is Russia keeping silent when Israel bombs Syria, but threatens the US when it says it wants to do the same? Where’s the logic? Why can Israel do it and the US, as a world’s first superpower, cannot? If Russia is not ready to retaliate against Israel, why do they claim that they are ready to retaliate against the US? It makes no sense. Therefore, Russia should not give Israel a free pass and should impose a similar set of economic and political sanctions as in the case of the U.S.
In any case, Russia should make clear to Israel that in case of Russian-American global war, Israel will be one of the first to be wiped out with the help of Russian nukes. This will make them think twice before instigating a global conflict against Russia.
Russia needs to understand that this has nothing to do with Assad, Syria or even the Middle East. It has everything to do with Russia. Israel and the U.S. decided it is the perfect time to inflict a humiliating defeat on Russia in Syria and take them out of this complex equation.
If Russia does nothing and hides under the table while whining and protesting against illegal American, British, French and Israeli strikes against the Syrian people, it will be the ultimate defeat and humiliation for Russia and Putin.
Putin’s Rules Of Engagement In Syria
Putin is an extremely wise and cunning politician who’s no one’s fool.
He knows that Israel, fiercely supported by Trump and his administration, is hell-bent on starting a new conflagration by baiting Syria, an ally of Iran and Russia, into a wider war. However, Putin will not allow Russia to be sucked in this Middle East quagmire.
For one, Putin is not interested in a wider war nor in provoking one. And second, he wants to position himself as the level-headed peace-seeking adult in the room for the future World Order that will send every country running to him.
Still, in case of a major Israeli war involving Syria (and even Iran) he will not stand idly by. The reason is simple: Putin ABSOLUTELY cannot permit Assad to be deposed a la Muammar Gaddafi or Saddam Hussein; otherwise he will lose the base in Syria, which he cannot afford – he’d look like a fool and Russia would forfeit all the clout and good will it accumulated worldwide.
What will he do in case of a war? His rules of engagement are probably thus.
a. When the BIG WAR explodes Russia’s involvement will most likely be COVERTLY executed (e.g., Military Intelligence, Russian Soldiers and Jet Fighters disguised as Syrians).
b. Russia’s sophisticated weapon systems in Syria will ONLY be unleashed in the event said BIG WAR, which Apartheid Israel wants so bad, becomes inevitable.
“Putin will continue to hold his water, waiting for the opportune moment to reverse his opponent,” writes Tom Luongo, political commentator. “Russia’s limit has not been reached in Syria yet. Putin always does this. It drives his critics and his supporters crazy. It’s geopolitical judo and he’s the master at it.
“And when that reversal comes and Israel has been thrown flat on its back, Trump’s only move will be to settle. Why speculate on what he’ll do. Just watch and wait it out. The signs are all there.”
Listen Up, Israel!
Your antisemitism trick has come to an end. Most everyone knows you are NOT Semites.
Your terrorism trick has hit a brick wall. Most everyone knows that those so-called “Islamic Terrorists” are really Israelis.
Your war plans and provocations are fizzling at an alarming rate. Most everyone sees through your evil shenanigans.
Your apartheid state will not last very long. Even some of your clear-minded citizens admit that much.
So take the following advice:
- Admit that you are NOT really the Hebrews of the bible.
- Forget about that nonsensical “Promised Land” that supposedly extends all the way to the Euphrates.
- Stop slaughtering the Palestinians, create a bi-national state, repatriate all their refugees, and pay reparations to all the families you have hurt.
- Give back to Syria and Lebanon the land you’ve stolen from them and make peace with all your neighbors.
If you do all these things, you may still have a chance to redeem your soul.
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