Destroying Israel’s enemies

As I see it, it’s all about making the world safe for Israel.

After somewhat of a lull following the pacification of Egypt and the smashing of Lebanon and Iraq, Libya was destroyed, and now Syria is being set up for invasion.  That is, if the event described below, just one of many as the press would indicate, does not already constitute an “invasion”.

Last of all will be Iran:  A country which, regardless of whether or not it is trying to acquire nuclear weapons, knows full well what happens to those who do not have them.

Iran faces total isolation if Syria falls.  Thus, an American military assault on Syria may well “cross the line” and result in the blocking of the Straits of Hormuz, missile attacks on U.S. bases throughout the Middle East, and attacks on U.S. and European infrastructure and civilians by Iranian “sleeper cells”.  And that is before we even think about whatever Russia and China might do.

The Cuban Missile  Crisis took place fifty years ago in 1962, and the world was as close to nuclear annihilation then as it has ever been.  And now, once again, the world is looking down into an abyss from which it may never be able to climb out, and I put the blame for this squarely on Israel.

The sooner the Americans can shake themselves free of the Israeli yoke, the sooner they and the world will have a chance of survival.

Something to think about on July 4th, 2012…

Jeff Goodall.

10,000 armed men enter Syria for civil war

July 2nd, 2012

An estimated 10,000 armed men equipped with highly-sophisticated weapons, including anti-tank missiles, have reportedly entered Syria to help fuel the unrest in the country, Press TV has learned.

Informed sources in the Qusayr village in Homs say the terrorists crossed into Syria from the Lebanese border and that they have taken positions in the suburbs of the restive city.

Meanwhile, Syrian forces are still tracking armed groups fighting against the government of President Bashar al-Assad across the country.

Syrian authorities say while the Joret al-Shayyah neighborhood in Homs has been cleared of armed groups and calm has been restored in the area, clashes are still ongoing in al-Hamidiye, al- Khalidiya and Homs’ old neighborhood.

Syrian forces have also discovered the decomposing remains of nine people in the Karam Zaytoon district of Homs, who were killed by armed men.

Syrian forces also managed to retake control of Damascus suburb of Douma, forcing the armed men to flee the region. The Arab country’s authorities say the armed groups are using ”scorched earth policy” and they destroy the area they held before retreating.

Syria has been experiencing a deadly unrest since mid-March 2011. The violence has claimed the lives of many people, including large numbers of security forces.

While the West and the Syrian opposition say the government is responsible for the killings, Damascus blames ”outlaws, saboteurs and armed terrorist gangs” for the unrest, insisting that it is being orchestrated from abroad.


See original here.