January 19, 2019
by Brendon O’Connell
Israel has a long history of killing American service men and women to create chaos. We explore this concept via the PBS documentary “The Lost Year In Iraq”.
We also recall “Jabu The Sniper” in Iraq, an indigenous Iraqi special forces soldier? Or, an Iraqi Jew, Israeli Special Forces soldier causing chaos in Iraq? “The Lost year In Iraq” – Full Documentary https://vimeo.com/312236993 explains how Iraq could easily have been handled after the 2003 invasion and how people like Paul BREMER and the Neocons assisted in setting Iraq on fire with deliberate bad policy decisions like sacking all Baath Party members, the Iraqi military, generals and guaranteeing an insurgency that cost the lives of thousands of American soldiers and tens of thousands of Iraqi’s.
Paul BREMER was head of Kissinger And Associates. BREMER was a P.A to Henry Kissinger in the Nixon administration. He was deep in with the so called neocons – ALL agents for the state of Israel. Israel, via it’s necon agents in the US State Department and administration of George “W” Bush went to war with the Department of Defense and Colin POWELL to set Iraq on fire and destabilize the entire Middle East allowing Iran into the region and setting the stage for the showdown to allow Israel the excuse it needs to push into Syria and Iraq and create Greater Israel.
For that it needs a powerful enemy – that is Iran. This is all about the alliance between Israel, Russia and China and the $20 trillion dollar Belt & Road Initiative.
ISRAEL’S SECRET WEAPON – THE TALPIOT PROGRAM How Israel dominates the planets high technology sector. VIMEO [Main Account] – https://vimeo.com/261809752
Watch the video on Bitchute showing the testimony of American military commanders stating that Israelis did in fact kill American soldiers in Iraq: Did israeli Kill Squads Kill American Soldiers In Syria?
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January 19, 2019
by Amos Harel
The strategic reality facing the new chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces, Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, will depend largely on one factor – the political situation in the United States. More precisely, it will depend on the vagaries of U.S. President Donald Trump.
At the outset of 2019, the Trump administration continues to convey uncertainty and instability. The amount of news generated by the president in one week, like this past one, is equivalent to several months’ worth with previous presidents.
Trump hunkered down in the White House, telling interviewers that he hadn’t emerged in months, forgetting for a moment his frequent trips. He’s up to his neck in the crisis resulting from the government shutdown, continuing with his promises to build his wall on the Mexican border.
But the latest crisis is only a symptom. The deluge of headlines in recent days included the following.
The FBI investigation into Trump began right after he was sworn in two years ago, on suspicions he was a spy or acting on Russia’s behalf. There was a report he was considering an American withdrawal from NATO, an idea whose very mention sends shivers down the spines of strategic experts, Democrats and Republicans alike. There was also news of a secret plan initiated by the national security adviser, John Bolton, for attacking targets in Iran.
There’s plenty of evidence to suggest that President Trump is working directly with the Russian Mafia. Keep in mind, Israel is comprised of Bolshevik Russian immigrants since its inception in 1948.
If Trump wasn’t controlled by the Bolshevik Russian-Israelis, why would he allow American military technology to be stolen via the Talpiot Program? Why would Trump allow Americans to be killed with their own technology?