Another Middle East Aggressor Joins In
Posted at 8:25 am , on January 21, 2019
Announced on CNN this morning: ” Israel strikes against Iranian targets in Syria. It amazes me, but not surprises me, in a time of grave Syrian tension between four or more nations and groups aggressive Israel joins in uninvited, as it may be a great opportunity for them. Amazing also how there are only fifteen million Jews in the world yet they have such influence and power in military and in finance with nuclear arsenals and wealth. There are about 6,000,000 Jews in Israel, 6,000,000 in the U. S. and approximately 3,000,000 scattered around the globe. I would determine Israel is wanting, waiting, desirous, needing more room to expand its colonial presents. Iran is a long time enemy that precludes interferes with Israel’s expansion plans and qualifies to be one of their top targets. The Zionists are definitely not satisfied with troublesome beaten down Palestine that do not furnish enough revenue or compensation other than the confiscation of their lands.
In Syria, the most significant countryside provinces surrounding Damascus and closest to Israel are rich in agriculture and possess oil reserves. As of yesterday, “Syria repels missile attacks, but loud explosions heard in Damascus.” The Zionist Jews listen to no one and never have because they have America, Trump’s Washington Administration, and a large group of politicians bought off and at Israel’s disposal holding them by the ears.
Israel has also cowed much of Western Europe which is seems always stressed to criticize immoral acts by Israel that have broken every rule of humanitarian decency. A hundred and sixty-five nations have consistently voted against Israel’s policies, and only the lonely, the U. S. supports whatever they do without a word of condemnation. Am I amazed at this, but never surprised, absolutely not, this has being going on for nearly seven decades. Israel, haughty, arrogant Israel, feels it is above, immunized, from international law. And they are.
All the Best to you.
Ron Miller, Batam Island, Indonesia.
PS: Herewith recommended are two volumes on the subject above: The Israel Lobby and U. S. Foreign Policy, by John Mearshesimer, Stephen M. Wait, also on or near the subject above is The Holocaust industry by Stephen Finkelstein.