By Aram Mirzaei for the Saker blog
The wars in Iraq and Syria are entering a final phase as ISIL is about to end up where it belongs, history’s trashcan. ISIL as a fighting force is about to be destroyed and in Syria, Takfiri terrorists belonging to the Al-Qaeda linked Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham are next up, yet peace is something still unimaginably far away for this conflict-ridden region. The reason is simple: as long as the true masterminds of Middle East’s suffering are live and kicking, the region will never see peace.
The Wahhabi crazies in Riyadh are already beating the drums of war again, despite losing the fights in Syria and Iraq, in addition to the debacle in neighbouring Yemen. Together with their Zionist masters in Israel, they are now about to target Lebanon, more specifically the Hezbollah resistance movement in a bid to “cut Iran’s hand in Lebanon” as Lebanese PM Saad Hariri said in Riyadh when he was kidnapped and forced by the Saudis to read a prepared statement, declaring his resignation. In truth it looked more like the Saudis were firing their puppet rather than a Prime minister of a sovereign country resigning.
Pressuring Saad Hariri to resign and confront Hezbollah marks a shift in Saudi policy. Riyadh has had a long tradition of mediating between rival factions in Lebanon, while supporting the central government, acting in the shadow of the U.S. With the rise of the eccentric Saudi prince Mohammad bin Salman, Riyadh has replaced this policy with aggressive political pressure and adversity. No longer is the kingdom acting in the shadow of the U.S. Riyadh is no longer supporting anti-Hezbollah parties covertly but is rather stepping up directly to confront Hezbollah, despite the concerns of even its regional allies. This shift in policy is directly related to the kingdom’s fears that Lebanon is slipping away from their hands as Hezbollah is growing stronger every day.
All this has the potential to plunge the region into chaos for no other reason than the impulse of Mohammed bin Salman who has launched a so called “anti-corruption” campaign in his own country against other Saudi royals and business leaders. The prince stands directly responsible for Yemen’s disastrous misery which has killed thousands and has brought the country to the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe. His decision to punish Qatar has only brought the country closer to Iran and firing Hariri only shows how his frustration is growing.
At a Cabinet meeting on November 15, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that such direct interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign country, and forcing someone to resign (referring to Hariri’s resignation) was unprecedented.
At the meeting, Rouhani addressed the Wahhabi kingdom, without naming the country specifically by saying, “Who are you, what power are you relying on in doing such things? How much do you think money can do?”
He added, “That a Muslim country in the region asks and begs the Zionist regime to bomb the Lebanese people is very shameful and embarrassing. We haven’t seen an Islamic country do such [a thing] in history, and this indicates that inexperienced figures have come [to power] in these countries.”
Meanwhile Iranian Foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi reacted by saying that Iran was hoping that Hariri would return home and help restore calm in Lebanon while on Nov. 6, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif described Hariri’s resignation as bizarre and linked it to US President Donald Trump’s trip to the Middle East earlier this year as well as the October visit to Saudi Arabia by Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
Since then, a war of words has been flaring between the Wahhabi kingdom and the Islamic Republic as the adventurist Saudi prince stepped up his confrontational rhetoric with pathetic remarks and a bizarre analogy between Iran’s growing regional influence and Germany’s policies during the Hitler era. The Saudi prince was quoted as saying that “the supreme leader is the new Hitler of the Middle East. But we learned from Europe that appeasement doesn’t work”.
For the past two years, the Saudi prince has been setting the Middle East on fire, and at every front he has been losing, yet his delusions keep growing stronger each day.
Saudi Arabia continues to threaten Iran. Adel al-Jubeir on November 16 warned that Riyadh’s patience is running out in regard to Iran and that Saudi Arabia would respond to Iran’s animosity.
Meanwhile on the same day as Al-Jubeir’s threat, Israel’s military chief Lt. General Eizenkot gave an interview to a Saudi newspaper speaking about the ways in which Saudi Arabia and Israel could unite to counter Iran’s influence in the region. Eizenkot said Tel Aviv had no intention of attacking Hezbollah but would also not tolerate a strategic threat to its borders. This echoes Netanyahu’s recent threats about “not tolerating Iranian presence in Syria”.
The covert relationship that Israel has with Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states is no longer a secret. It is clear that the Saudi-Israeli unity regarding their common enemy, Iran and Hezbollah, will grow even stronger from now on as their relationship is taking a more overt character. This alliance will try to change the regional balance of power to Iran’s disadvantage. But what remains unclear is if these two criminal states will, despite their unsuccessful adventures in Yemen and Lebanon respectively have taught them any lesson at all? I remain doubtful as arrogance and impulse rules the day in Riaydh and Tel Aviv. Trump’s full backing of the Wahhabi prince’s ambitions has only served to inflate an already delusional mind and might push Riaydh to start another disastrous war in Lebanon.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah claimed on November 10 that the Wahhabi kingdom had already appealed to Israel to strike Lebanon. On the same day, Saudi Arabia had ordered its citizens to leaven Lebanon, possibly in preparation for an attack. For Nasrallah, war is always imminent for Hezbollah even though the Syrian war is about to end with Assad still in power, and Iran growing more powerful than ever.
Despite all of Israel’s and Saudi Arabia’s threats, I still believe that any war in Lebanon will be fought between proxies as the case has been in Syria for the simple reason that Israel will not sacrifice its own soldiers for the sake of Saudi Arabia no matter how much of a common goal they have in trying to push back Iranian influence. Israel knows it has a lot of Arabs at its disposal, willing to do their dirty work for them. The Zionist-Wahhabis have used proxies before, and despite their shortcomings as a fighting force, the Takfiri crazies have seemingly unlimited numbers of cannon-fodder to offer, and with ample financing they are indeed a very dangerous threat to Lebanon. Also, Iran will never offer the U.S the perfect opportunity to intervene by making rash decisions such as intervening directly if Lebanon is indeed invaded by Takfiri proxies, so any U.S intervention must be preceded by a false flag similar to the “chemical attacks” in Syria. This is where Russia can step in with its political power to prevent a US aggression.
For Iran, there are several indirect ways of countering any Zionist-Wahhabi aggression against Lebanon, for instance, one option for Iran would be to mobilize its plethora of loyal popular militias and send them to Lebanon, a strategy well used in Syria and Iraq. This is highly possible especially now since the important liberation of Albukamal near the Iraqi border, which now gives the resistance forces control over the entire Tehran-Beirut highway. In Iran, officials seem convinced that any attack on the Resistance Axis will be targeting Lebanon rather than Iran since the enemy is wary of Iran’s missile capabilities, otherwise they would not be so eager to “negotiate a deal” regarding Iran’s missile program, something French president Macron recently express “concerns” about.
It is clear that Iran will do anything in its power to stop this aggression, this has been repeatedly mentioned in Iranian media and confirmed by several Iranian officials, including the IRGC’s top brass. The Iranian government seems confident of victory and has always declared that it will fight to the last man, and why shouldn’t it be confident? Recent polls show tremendous popular support among Iranians for its government’s military efforts in both Syria and Iraq. The Iranian people know what they are facing, a Wahhabi Takfiri kingdom that has shown what it desires to do with those it considers to be apostates (Shiites) through the wars in Syria and Iraq. The Iranians know what fate awaits them if they do not fight.
The question of a new Zionist-Wahhabi war in the Middle East is not about whether it will happen, but rather when it will happen.
Although these developments are concerning, I believe that a higher power is now at work to prevent this.
It will not be easy for them to start this war. The consequences for them will prove to be too much for them this time and will result in the destruction of the Saudi Kingdom should they go through with such utter madness.
The greater risk is that they will be arrogant enough to go through with it, get the US involved and then trigger a larger regional war. This must be prevented. The Saudis and Israelis cannot go to war without the US. Therefore, if war can be avoided through popular sentiment back in the states then it simply cannot materialize.
Furthermore, there are some “wild cards” in play that might just be enough to prevent it on their own. Watch the rise of Bitcoin. I’ve preached it’s merits enough here. But the BTC price is about to hit 10K USD and go further higher. This could provide enough of a distraction, a big enough of a threat to the traditional banking industries and their cronies so as to put a stop to or at-least slow down their plans for a major war in the region. I have prayed nightly, for months now for a solution to this problem and it seems one has now materialized itself into reality. This is the power of collective consciousness. The bitcoin reality is becoming THE reality, through the power of manifestation. Once the price hits somewhere around 50-100K USD, which is likely to happen next year, it will become a serious threat to the powers that be. I may sound like a raving lunatic, but I assure you all this is the truth.
But bitcoin is not the only thing at work here. There are greater powers monitoring the situation. They do not want to see millions more slaughtered in the middle east. We work together, in tandem to find solutions and present a positive reality, and together we even manipulate humanity’s greater collective consciousness in the process. All to create a better reality. All to save lives. To prevent the Neocons more of their vaulted wars. There is no greater revenge against the Neocons, no greater thing that harms them then stopping them from starting one of their damned wars. After all, war made them all billionaires and they have gotten far too used to being able to start and stop them at will. No more. Enough is enough.
Time for the Neocons to burn, and rot away in their pathetic ignorance.
May God grant us strength. We have the power to do this, together. Do not forget that.
Well stated, Gordon. I’m praying 24/7 for all that you have said.
You are kidding right.What is bitcoin,youst zeros and ones.Who will exchange it for anything tangible.
I think you need to sit down and realy think this trough.
Now physical gold and silver,that is another story.
Now buying bitcoin etf you could make money,but when you cash out what will it be.Dollars.
Thanks for providing a useful example of useless nitpicking, distracting from a larger point Gordon seeks to make, which IS, top down, the spirit, ie consciousness rules……OR through its deficiencies….destroys itself.
Gold and silver have their uses, as do bank notes in most fiat currencies that ever existed, but all these instruments of exchange, debt, credit, etc, in themselves, by themselves, while not to be ignored altogether are insufficiently determinant……. Correct???
What is involved in Bitcoin and cryptos is something new and different and additional, in the realm of instruments of exchange and storage of exchangeable wealth or currency and like the ones and zeros we are all here using RIGHT NOW to communicate concepts, they ALSO use ones and zeros!!
AND, they ALSO have their uses, which you were wiser to wake up to rather than remain ignorant of, because EVERY FLANK in a battle for consciousness could be very important, even if not absolutely decisive, in and of itself……………
And so (thank you very much for your comment) here you are joining us in the internet of communication of ideas, using ones and zeroes on the internet, deprecating the Internet of Money and its use of ridiculous ones and zeroes.
And all we get is that you have a prejudice towards precious metals, which neutral in themselves (neither causing nor preventing wars, progress, peace or anything else) are devoid of sufficient consciousness, in terms of broad strokes of pathways and eventual outcomes for the planet, in and of themselves to be decisive in any conclusive regard.
Most amusing, but also most useless level of consciousness for addressing the positive goals Gordon attempts to rally consciousness toward achieving. Except as an example for more astute persons to avoid, mind you.
” I believe that a higher power is now at work to prevent this”.
Gordon, I agree with you. God has interceded.
Is Putin the Hammer of God in the ME?
Quote below describes Israel and its Zionists followers to a tee:
“I am in bloodStepp’d in so far that, should I wade no more,Returning were as tedious as go o’er.”
-Macbeth, Act III Scene 4
The quote reveals where Macbeth ( read Israel and Co.) is morally and spiritually.
He is so deep in the blood of innocents and in unGodly acts that even if he would not ” wade” any further, he cannot ever return to any semblance of goodness. He has gone too far and now must march on towards his own hell. He must continue in his path to damnation, adding evil to evil.
This quote is very important when we think of Macbeth’s state as a character. It represents his own abandoment to evil and to the damnation he will receive.
Carmel by the Sea
@Carmel. I agree that (if a state could be a man) then Israel, as a state, is doomed like Shakespeare’s Macbeth as a man: it has trod an evil path following deceptive promises of power, and the righteous are gathering like Macduff and Malcolm to rise in wrath against it. However, a state is not a person; it is an organization of many persons. Thus the dismantling of the increasingly Zionazi State of Israel need not be like the killing of the increasingly bloodthirsty man Macbeth; as witness the bloodless voluntary dissolution of the Apart-hate State of South Africa. I would hope that the Holy Land has room for persons of all faiths (and also for those of little or no faith but yet of good will).
“Raum fur alle hast die Erde” — Goethe
Dr. NG Maroudas,
Excellent points though there is a ” something” very different when it comes to ” Izzy”.
South Africa apartheid as horrendeous as it was did not have Talmudist Zionist Jews orchestrating it.
Talmudist Jews are a breed apart.
There will never be a ” bloodless voluntarily dismantling” of apartheid Israel.
Israel will devour itself. I have read accounts from former Israeli Jews saying that the hatred, strife Israeli Jews have against one another (in addition to what they feel about Palestinians) could not be imagined even among non Hebrew speaking Diaspora Jews.
The Holy Land present owners cannot ever have ” room for other faiths and people” because they follow the Talmud ideology. Even the secular. Once you understand in its entirety what the Talmud entails you will understand why I say this.
I will never forget one former Israeli Jew once saying: “Jews do better when with other people. Putting all Jews together in a country was not a good idea”.
An article by Gilad Atzmon comparing the two apartheids:
The book “The Weight of Three Thousand Years” by Israel Shahak and the youtube video of Yossi Gurvitz “When Israel is Mighty” are a must for anyone that wants to fully understand what is it about the Jewish State that is so different from any other country.
Please watch the video.
God speed to you.
Carmel by the Sea
I would rather say that an AI has been running the show-program for ages, as John Keel said long ago in his book The Eight Tower. The “29/92 predictive programming” for the next 911 event has been going on for years in a similar manner as it was employed prior to the first 911 event: http://galaksija.is/888deprogramming911.pdf
It seems that we live in a scripted reality?! Russian esotericist Gurdjieff was saying 100 years ago in his lectures that we can not do anything consciously, “everything happens”. He called us “the machines”, John Keel called us “biochemical robots” or maybe, we are characters in somebody’s computer game. (Btw. on youtube one can find a video where Phillip Dick said on conference in Paris, 40 years ago that – “we live in a computer programmed reality”. Very possible, I would say..
There will be coup from older Saudi princes against MBS, perhaps assassination attempt or at worst civil war within the kingdom.
Reflecting back at the history; there’s not much wealth, power and delusion can come by.
The phrase; ” Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad” can aptly be applied to the crown prince of Saudi Arabia.
He courts madness, as it evident from the stupidity and rashness of his decisions so far:
He plunged headlong into Yemen, and is now confronted by a huge and embarrassing strategic defeat at the hands of a handful of blockaded Houthi fighters.
And all the Saudis and their associates cry and cry about Iranian assistance to the Houthis, no definitive evidence has been produced to substantiate these claims.
Indeed, the IRGC’s second in command has pointed out that if what they say about Iran sending missiles to the Houthis is true, then it goes to prove that the Saudi blockade of Yemen is an abysmal failure.
Qatar, has also turned into an unmitigated disaster for the upstart prince, because Qatar, instead of caving in to Riyadh’s ultimatums and diktats, has instead responded with defiance and a determination to preserve its sovereignty.
And in the process, Qatar has also committed the ultimate sin: cozying up to Iran.
Qatar is therefore also a big failure for the crown prince.
And last, but not least, Lebanon is in a category by itself, as far as foreign policy failures by the prince is concerned.
Just when we thought that the ignorant prince had done his utmost in the disaster department, he tops himself and pull of the stunt with Hariri and Lebanon.
And this is the fool who wants to “confront” the Islamic Republic of Iran?
Even if he manages to assemble the largest army of mercenaries money can buy, and get overt assistance from Israel and a green light from Washington, any confrontation he initiates against Iran is bound to fail.
If he is stupid enought wage a war against the Islamic Republic, he can expect a visit from General Qassem Soleimani, in the not too distance future.
what do you all expect from team chaos?..all they know is that and the mena region has been their playground,
since black gold became an global economic necessity.Team chaos need to make sure that PETROL &DOLLARS remain the life and blood of the global system even if petrol goes to 10 paper notes per barrel.Why do you all think they need like 900 bases around the globe,to spread peace and love?
Bitcoin, yeah right like team chaos janus principle is not in play,don’t play with fire ,Blockchain is their brain work.Nothing like leading the resistance..huh?If you wanna play the game ,know when to hold and when to fold and ultimately when to run.Greed has its destiny and the seed of its own elimination is in itself….how big is your mouth?
For exterrestrial help, forget about it, team chaos was in mars even before the shuttle program was mothballed.Project bluebeam will take us a for a ride, if there are any real really good aliens, they can’t help us,we need to clean up our own shit.Not saying there are cosmic justice ,just make sure you are on the right side.love the one you are with,hate no one,take care of your body given to you by the cosmos and find clean and good way to make a living…and most of all load up on popcorns…we are in for a rough ride..for sure.
my reading tells me ,there will be a major cork up coming in mina region thanks to team chaos, it might just be the straw that breaks its back..like i say load up on pop corn..just in case anyway.
Makes you wonder if Salman is aware of his actions. He is fighting a disastrous war in Yemeni to grab its oil, while at the same time picking a new fight with somebody else. His military cannot even defeat the Yemenis. On the other hand Saudi Arabia has, according to private analysts, 80% less oil than it claims, which I presume is the chief and only reason it has invaded Yemen. On top of that it has tremendous social discontent, where the bulk of the population is less than happy about the distribution of the wealth in the country. Prince Salman better worry about the internal situation in Saudi Arabia and not about military adventures. As for his “2030 Plan”, by which he intends to industrialize the country, I think he left it too late. Saudi Arabia should have started that at least 50 years ago, instead of using oil revenues for the gratification of the elite. The question is if Saudi Arabia will in the future survive as one political entity. I have my doubts it will.
Im convinced the well trained fighters from Lebanon and Iran Will prove the West once again that fighting for a cause is the best basis for a victory.
The US has not learned that from their massacres in South East Asia.
Money cant buy that easy as European leaders can be bought by Washington.
As native citizen from the Netherlands I Deeply respect the liberators in Syria except the mob around the USA. God bless the Iranian people, the Syrian people and the Lebanese.
For certain eschatological purposes Damascus is next in line to be reduced to a smoking ruin.
The fog of reason blinds every mind. If you can’t fit in the mind space of your ‘partners’ you will have great difficulty ‘negotiating’ with them. Some of your ‘partners’ conduct ‘eschatology’ as ‘foreign policy’. Because you can’t acknowledge the ‘sane actor’ hypothesis is overcome you are no longer rationally evaluating reality. The sane actor hypothesis is broken. A red heifer is due.
“Israel’s military chief Lt. General Eizenkot gave an interview to a Saudi newspaper speaking about the ways in which Saudi Arabia and Israel could unite to counter Iran’s influence in the region. Eizenkot said Tel Aviv had no intention of attacking Hezbollah but would also not tolerate a strategic threat to its borders. This echoes Netanyahu’s recent threats about “not tolerating Iranian presence in Syria”.
More years ago than I care to remember, a lady in the US wrote to me in Israel: “Will Israel bomb Iran?”. I replied, “No. Only the way a fly can bomb a buffalo: drop a tiny speck of shit and buzz off”. Still waiting even for that to happen. Meanwhile the Yahoo regime goes buzz buzz buzz and Mad MacCain sings bomb bomb bomb
As for proxies these will be in short supply. What chance of CIArabia hiring a further half million poor young men from backward countries to attack the regular Lebanese army plus Hezb’Allah plus the regular Syrian army plus the regular Iraqi army plus the Peoples Mobilization Units plus the regular Iranian army plus the Republican Guards – now that the whole world has seen on TV what happened to the previous half million poor young sods, hired to attack Syria alone. Rev.Nazr’Allah has pointed out, how could new Zioproxies even enter Lebanon/Syria now that both the Turkish and the Iraqi borders have been closed; is Israel willing to allow half a million wild young men armed with handguns, missiles, cannon and tanks, to land in Haifa or Eilat and cross its territory all the way up from the south to enter Lebanon via northern Galilee and/or Israeli occupied Golan? No.
If there are to be boots on the ground, in order to drive so-called “Iranian influence” (ie, national independence) out of Syria/Lebanon/Iraq, they will have to be mainly Yankee boots and Israeli boots; but for the past 7 years or more, I have heard nothing but polite encouragements between these two: who shall go in first? “After you, Uncle, the senior”. “No, after you, little Izzie, my favourite nephew”.
Excellent comment. Agree completely.
I would like to know more of this young man Aram Mirzaei. He seems quite wise for his age and life
experience. Is he the Aram who studied soil chemistry at Tabriz University? Finian Cunningham
and I, Nelson W., started the same way with agricultural biochemistry. He writes extremely wisely
Video of MbS talking to President Putin. Note his movement of his tensed lower jaw . A nervous tick he always had? extreme stress ? insecurity of being in front of the greatest statesman of the century?
Look at the way Putin looks at him. You can interpret it as you will. IMO… Putin’s eyes reveals that he is perfectly aware of the evil retarded and volatile arrogant person across from him.
I don’t know what you see, but to me there is something spiritually perturbing in that de facto ” king” MbS. The evil that oozes from him reminds me of Bibi.
* crossing myself*
He does indeed have a tic. It is more obvious when he is stressed. There are lots of videos out there where he is ticcing. What is even more striking though, is that in most videos, everyone else is extremely uncomfortable around the guy. Trump looked totally uncomfortable and anxious around MbS. I agree; he has the same evil look as Bibi.
I think we are quite past the brink on this one.
It IS one of the greatest humanitarian disasters on the planet, currently; not incidentally, this dirty war also includes the weaponization of cholera.
This is a crime against humanity.
Investigations into ALL of the parties involved should be pursued relentlessly.
Make no mistake. Israel and the US are determined to take Iran down, if not out. The precondition for Israel for a war with Iran is degrading Syria and Hizballah’s ability to function as effective actors in an Iran war.
Israel tried to take out Hizballah in 2006 and failed.
The US tried to take out Syria with the Syria crisis and *3 times* offered UN Security Council Resolutions with Chapter 7 language in them to justify doing a Libya on Syria, only to be rebuffed by China and Russia. The US then tried *3 times* to impose a no-fly zone – read: do a Libya – on Syria only to be defeated by Russia again.
So now Israel is using Saudi Arabia to pressure the US into joining Israel in an attack on Hizballah in Lebanon.
Hizballah is the main threat to Israel since they can drop an estimated 1,600 missiles a day on Israel in the event of a war. Israel does not believe it can take down Hizballah by itself without US assistance from the air, if not on the ground.
Since Trump is on board with a war with Iran, and has recently increased sanctions on Hizballah in Lebanon as well as Iran, it will not be hard to get Trump to do what Israel wants.
Just today, it has been revealed that Trump ordered the Justice Department to play up prosecutions against Iranian nationals – such as the hacker alleged to be involved in the hack of HBO – in order to justify more sanctions on Iran.
So again, make no mistake: Israel and the US will attack Hizballah in Lebanon. Depending on how that turns out, Israel and the US will attack Iran later.
And it won’t be by “proxies”. There are no “proxies” in the region that can compete with Hizballah in military effectiveness. ISIS is broken and Al Qaeda is not powerful enough. Hizballah is much stronger now than they were in 2006. They have up to 60,000 soldiers available, their own tank regiment, and artillery in addition to much more training and experience in conventional and urban warfare as a result of their efforts in Syria.
Only Israel and the US conceivably have the power to break Hizballah or at least degrade it. And they will try.
During Bush the Younger’s admin, an invasion of Iran was forthcoming. Israel was unable to do its part and neutralize Hezbollah. As is common knowledge, Russia stopped the plans to neutralize Syria. Without an air force, guerillas haven’t done well against a conventional army in the Middle East. Agree that Israel is fearful of Hezbollah’s missiles and doesn’t believe its military can take them out. Israel is also fearful of Iran’s missiles. Mostly it feels confident bombing Gaza. The Saudis can only supply money and weapons as their military has shown no signs of competence.
Interestingly the Clinton, Soros section of the “Deep State” took out Flynn (as a blow against Trump) who was all for a war with Iran. Without the US, there will be no war with Iran. If the US leaves Afghanistan with its border with Iran, then it will not happen. It is very unlikely that Israel would use its nuclear weapons against Iran – the only way it has of being possibly the winner in a contest with Iran. Who knows what Trump will do when the next economic catastrophe happens? – that’s right, not if, when. The majority of the Deep State wants Trump to be a one term President.
I think they will smuggle into Damascus something that explodes fairly convincingly such the archaeological requirement for Damascus to be left a smoking ruin is manifestly approximated. The idea that it’s going to require boots on the ground and missiles and planes and confrontation between Russia and the West is not helpful. The magic suitcase scam is a likely vector. Either that or twisted fruit of the fake Syrian nuclear reactor strike by the isaeli’s resurfacing to provide basis for intervention. Maybe a desert blast first to prove he has them despite every denial. So forget the boots on the ground. It will be indirect. It will be blamable on Assad. It may start with banter….unidentified sources reveal Assad may have enough material from his fake reactor to make up to 6 crude bombs….9 if the north Koreans helped yadda yadda. Then one or two could be mishandled by Assad. All simple stuff. Whatever way you cut it all paths lead to Armageddon. Eschatology has Damascus in its sights. The sane actor paradigm is broken.
“team chaos was in mars even before the shuttle program was mothballed.”
??? – Team chaos couldn’t go halfways the moon even if their silly lifes depended on it.
From a public speech by Neil Armstrong:
“‘The only bird who could talk was the parrot, and he didn’t fly very well…'”, then he continues and addresses a group of students:
“We’ve only completed the beginning, we leave you much that is undone, there are great ideas undiscovered, breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of truth’s protective layers, there are places to go beyond belief, those challenges are yours, in many fields, not the least of which is space, because there lies human destiny.”
Yes, indeed, “Truth’s protective layers”.
yes don’t forget he went to kaaba after that..seeing with his own eyes what team chaos has conquered the near space too.
I sincerely hope that when the jewish (proxies) fire their first shot, Syria, Qatar, Turkey, Iran and Lebanon (Hezbollah) send everything they have straight into jewland. Then go in on the ground and clean them out, once and for all. Riyadh and it’s Arab cronies would melt into the sand and Washington would choke on it’s bile. And so would begin a new and better world.