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VIDEO: “Within 1 or 2 Years Iran Will Be Destroyed”

Kenneth Abramowitz, a full-fledged Zionist and dual US/Israeli national, is dreaming of war and total destruction of Iran. Indeed you can be assured he has Kushner’s and Trump’s ear — after all, he donated to the POTUS.

https://www.ngncapital.com/kenneth-abramowitz-full-bio/

https://youtu.be/gtlO1x96cBQ

COMMENTARY: Trump And Netanyahu Bringing Us Closer To The End Times

We can clearly say that Cultural Marxism has won the battle. Our society lives by the phrase ‘don’t make your problem my problem’. People go about their lives ignoring the suffering of those who are in dire need of help. This is a society of zombies, who think their little world is all there is. How long do these idiots think they have until justice is done? Do they really think that nothing will ever happen to them?  One of these days God will finally say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. The good news is that we are one day closer to that day. 

In the meantime, Communism continues to make progress. On the one hand, we see blood sacrifices continuing to take place in the Middle East and all around the world. Jews are one step closer to owning the world oil reserves, not that they don’t already, but they have to ‘justify their evil actions’ to the ignorant Goyim. Iran who is also in the game is being used to help boycott the US Dollar. Gas prices will continue to go up, so the Goyim will need more money to survive. They have to keep us busy, so we don’t have time to think about anything else but how to survive in the jungle.

On the other hand, Putin is in power for another …. who knows how long, so is Netanyahu and, Trump continues to follow orders from the Kremlin. The One Belt One Road is progressing fast with the help of our Chinese friends and pretty soon, we will not need to buy clothes, because we will get to wear uniforms provided by our One World Government Comrades. Oh! And let’s not forget Pope Francis! He is doing an amazing job of brainwashing the faithful, leading them to believe that there is no difference amongst religions, after all, they all take you to God. It doesn’t matter what Jesus said, we have to obey Comrade Francis. 

And finally, here is an article from State-owned Russian Television directed by Comrade Putin and his puppet collaborators. Rt.com is dedicated to brainwashing the Goyim on a daily basis, blaming their comrade the Jewnited States of the crimes that are committing. Remember, they can’t leave any trace of democracy, they must finish with it. 

George Galloway George Galloway was a member of the British Parliament for nearly 30 years. He presents TV and radio shows (including on RT). He is a film-maker, writer and a renowned orator.

“Trump & Netanyahu bringing us closer to end of times,” Source: rt.com

 The biblical town of Armageddon is but a few miles as the bullets fly from the site of the latest Gaza massacre which has taken us further down the road to the end of times.

Its proximate cause was the latest Man-Child effort of Donald J Trump, this time to relocate the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv, with all the other embassies, to Jerusalem, half of which though annexed by Israel still constitutes Occupied Territory under international law.

It is a criminal offense to “make permanent changes” on “territory acquired by force” – which this territory was in 1967 when Israel seized it by force of arms.

Israel has made many such changes to Occupied Territories. For example, the Golan Heights still belongs to Syria despite the many illegal settlements built there, however, much-stolen oil is extracted there, or however many field hospitals for Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) and Al-Qaeda fighters Israel erects there. That like Jerusalem, the Golan has been illegally annexed makes no difference at all in law nor to every other government in the world. Except Trump’s government.

In fact, every US president in the last 50 years has promised to move the US embassy to Jerusalem, at least whilst running for election. But campaigning is done in poetry, governing is done in prose and no president has followed through on this pledge. Except Donald Trump.

That his decision would entirely predictably lead to a bloodbath may not have occurred to Trump, but it certainly did to the professionals around him, from those aghast at the State Department to those salivating for the provocation, dripping from the mustache of the likes of John Bolton.

There have been many bloodbaths, of course, but there is reason to believe that this one may be of more lasting significance. It surely hastens the political passing of the Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas for whom time and circumstance have run their course. It makes it more likely that the Palestinian Mandela, the prisoner Marwan Barghouti, will enter the race –  from behind bars – to be his successor and make more likely his success.

It may – temporarily at least – complicate the all-but-consummated courtship between the Saudi Crown Prince MbS (Mohammad bin Salman) and Prime Minister Netanyahu, enjoined by their mutual antipathy towards Iran but now, inevitably, tempered by the Gaza massacre. The religious establishment in Saudi Arabia and the conservative forces are waiting for their excuse to strike back at the man who allegedly hung his relatives upside down in the Ritz-Carlton until their money fell out of their trouser pockets, and the massacre gives them a perfectly Kosher opportunity to do so.

It makes more difficult any complicity by any Arab ruler with any Israeli provocation against Iran. Many Arabs may be hostile to Iran but, after this week, many have rediscovered their antipathy towards Netanyahu.

The already-vaulting opposition to Israeli crimes against the Palestinians in Western countries –  which has led to spectacular successes in the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) movement across several continents – will likely intensify too.

When I joined the movement in solidarity with the Palestinians back in 1975 you could have fitted the supporters of the PLO in Britain into a medium-sized hall. Now you couldn’t fit them into Hyde Park or indeed all of Central London. Back then there was genuine affection for the State of Israel in all Western countries. Now nobody moves for Israel out of love, only out of interest. And interest too is waning.

The US is now defunct as a broker in the Middle East, that mantle surely passed smoothly to Russia this week.

For Trump and Netanyahu – on whom both their respective police forces may be closing fast –  there is no way back. That they are steeped in blood so far that none could tell whether it is bloodier to go on or to go o’er is self-evident. Trump tweeted on the morning of the massacre that “This is a big day for Israel, a big day.” For once he was quite accurate. Just not in the way he could possibly have imagined.

 

 

 

Netanyahu

PM Authorized To Declare War In ‘Extreme’ Situations Without Consulting Cabinet

Interesting to see how Netanyahu and Putin ‘leaders of the Satanic NWO’, continue in power ruling over their ‘respective democracies’. Now Bibi is authorized to declare war only during an ‘extreme’ situation. The only extreme situation is the dangerous POWER and CONTROL they already have over the world and their mindset on killing the Goyim.

Netanyahu

“PM authorized to declare war in ‘extreme’ situations without consulting cabinet,” Source: timesofisrael.com

In a surprise and potentially far-reaching victory for Benjamin Netanyahu, the Knesset on Monday evening gave the prime minister the authority to declare war or order a major military operation by consulting only the defense minister, and not via a full cabinet vote as the law had previously required.
Sixty-two Knesset members voted the dramatic proposal into law, beating out the 41 opposition MKs who opposed it claiming that the language of the law effectively gives free reign to the prime minister by removing all oversight. According to the new law, in “extreme circumstances,” military operations can be authorized by the prime minister and defense minister alone and will not need a vote by cabinet ministers. The law does not specify exactly what those circumstances may be, or who will determine them, saying only that the case will apply, “if the issue is necessary due to urgency.”

IDF soldiers in Hebron on June 17, 2014. (AFP Photo/Hazem Bader)

The proposal — advanced by Netanyahu since last year — had been rejected earlier in the day by members of two key Knesset committees: Law and Justice, and Foreign Affairs and Defense. It was resubmitted, however, by Likud member and Foreign Affairs and Defense committee chairman Avi Dichter during the second and third readings of a broader amendment and was voted into law as part of that wider legislation.

That wider amendment allows the government to delegate the authority for going to war under normal circumstances, or mobilizing for a major military operation, to a forum made up of “at least half” of all cabinet ministers.

Chairman of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, Avi Dichter, leads a committee meeting at the Knesset, on April 30, 2018. (Miriam Alster/Flash90)

Some eight years ago, Netanyahu and then-defense minister Ehud Barak instructed the chief of staff and head of the Mossad intelligence service to put the army into a state of readiness, only to be told by the latter two that the relevant activity was illegal because it had not been properly approved and could lead to war.

There have, however, been numerous occasions where decisions of a similar nature have been taken by just the Security Cabinet, a smaller forum of ministers tasked with forming policy regarding war and peace, or other smaller forums of ministers.

National Security Adviser Ya'akov Amidror (right) seen here talking with IDF Chief of General Staff Benny Gantz (photo credit: Miriam Alster/Flash90)

Yaakov Amidror (right) seen here talking with IDF Chief of General Staff Benny Gantz (photo credit: Miriam Alster/Flash90)

A committee set up in 2016 under a former National Security Adviser, Major General (res.) Yaakov Amidror, to examine the functioning of the security cabinet and the way it informs and updates ministers, recommended bringing the law into line with what he said had become the “normal practice.” In June last year, the cabinet voted in favor of amending the law.

Two opposition lawmakers — Zionist Union’s Omer Bar Lev, an IDF reserve officer with the rank of colonel and a former commander of the elite unit Sayeret Matkal, and Yesh Atid’s Ofer Shelah, a company commander in the reserve Paratroopers Brigade who lost an eye during the 1982 Lebanon War — warned the committees that the wording of the new legislation could enable the prime minister to exclude lawmakers who opposed a military operation and to bring such an operation to a vote in their absence.

Yesh Atid MK Ofer Shelah speaks during a press conference regarding the so-called “Recruitment Law” in Tel Aviv on September 12, 2017. (Miriam Alster/Flash90)

They also said that allowing the prime minister and defense minister to decide when a situation is considered “extreme circumstances” would give them full power to go to war without any oversight.

Shelah later charged that coalition members voted “against their own opinions, in the matter of life and death” because of pressure from Netanyahu

“Netanyahu’s contempt for everyone around him and for everything we’ve learned from our many wars has overtaken the judgment of many good and experienced Knesset members,” he said.

The Israel Democracy Institute submitted a series of reservations to the committees about the bill, including requiring the approval of the prime minister, deputy prime minister and ministers of several key departments and suggesting defining which military activities needed cabinet approval and which did not. None of the institute’s recommendations was accepted.

Despite unsuccessfully opposing the bill in the Knesset, opposition parties told The Times of Israel Monday night that there were no current plans to petition against it in the High Court.

Israel - Syria

COMMENTARY: Iran, Israel Battle Openly In Race To Define ‘Rules Of The Game’

Are we seeing the beginning of a much larger war in the Middle East? We sure are and guess who is behind it again – The Tribe. They ‘miraculously’ defeated ISIS but Al Qaeda reemerges like magic. And what is Russia’s role in all this? They are ONE and the same playing opposite sides. The goal is oil, power and total control in Syria and blaming Iran to expand their power in the area. Netanyahu said at the start of Sunday’s cabinet meeting “We made clear to everyone that our rules of engagement will not change in any way. We will continue to harm anyone who tries to harm us. This was our policy and this will remain our policy.” Is it ‘coincidental’ that their tactics always guarantee future hatred and conflict? Isn’t Netanyahu a Kissinger protégé like the rest of world leaders? Reach your own conclusions.

Israel - Syria

“Iran, Israel battle openly in race to define ‘rules of the game’,” Source: nbcnews.com

LONDON — The shift from covert attacks to open fighting between Iran and Israel illustrates that the regime in Tehran feels emboldened enough to confront and provoke its enemy, according to analysts.

Last weekend’s clashes involving an Iranian drone launched from Syria, a downed Israeli jet and retaliatory airstrikes may also signal a new and intensified period of conflict, experts warn.Fighting between Iran and Israel had until now been conducted furtively or through proxies — such as Tehran-backed Lebanese militant group and political party, Hezbollah.Saturday’s confrontation signals “a different level of self-confidence in Tehran and Damascus in terms of them having the upper hand in Syria,” said Ofer Zalzberg, a Jerusalem-based senior analyst with the International Crisis Group.He said Iran, Israel, and Syria would likely continue to test each other’s boundaries as each tries to “define the new rules of the game.” The back-and-forth attacks demonstrate how the conflict in Syria — what began as a civil war nearly seven years ago — has turned into a broader power contest with ramifications for the entire region.The showdown began with Israel shooting down an Iranian reconnaissance drone that Israel claimed had entered its airspace. Israel retaliated for the incursion by striking the Iranian base in Syria from which the drone was operated. A Syrian anti-aircraft missile hit one of the attacking Israeli F-16 jets, which crashed on Israeli soil before the two pilots ejected; both survived, but one was seriously injured.

The incident culminated in the largest set of Israeli airstrikes against Syrian air defenses since the 1982 Lebanon War. The strikes also targeted several Iranian positions in Syria.By downing Iran’s drone and attacking its sites in Syria, Israel signaled that it has little tolerance for a stronger Iranian presence on its northern border. Image: Israeli F-16

An Israeli F-16 that crashed after coming under fire from Syrian air defenses on Saturday. Jack Guez / AFP – Getty Images

But the extent of the damage to Syrian air defenses likely unsettled Russia, given Moscow’s support for the regime of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria and its own presence in the country.

After the second set of Israeli strikes, Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly called Netanyahu and cautioned against further action.

In March 2017, Moscow also summoned the Israeli ambassador to protest a wave of Israeli airstrikes that had reportedly come close to hitting Russian assets in Syria. Moscow has repeatedly warned that it will not tolerate attacks on Russian soldiers in Syria.

Image: A map showing Israel, Syria, Iran and Lebanon A map showing countries including Israel, Iran, Syria, and Lebanon. 

Russia’s official statement following Saturday’s confrontation condemned Israeli intervention in Syria without mentioning violations of Israeli sovereignty.

Russia’s message to Israel seems to have been “you can attack Iran in Syria, but don’t attack the Syrian military,” suggested Kamal Alam, a visiting fellow at London’s RUSI think tank.

Moscow hopes that last weekend’s clashes gave each side enough of a “bloody nose” to deter them from further fighting, according to Javedanfar.

“We’re seeing the Russians inching toward mitigating the Israeli-Iranian conflict to protect their investment in Damascus,” Zalzberg added.

Yadlin suggested that Israel’s actions were also intended to send a “strong diplomatic message” to the U.S. and Russia.

“Russia is not our enemy, but Russia has different interests than we have,” he said. “I think that instead of pointing fingers we have to try and let the Russians understand that if they will support Iran and Hezbollah there will be an escalation and an escalation is not a Russian interest.”

Yadlin added, “The strategic collision between the Iranian determination to build a force and the Israeli determination not to let them build the force in Syria and Lebanon is a potential for a war.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Netanyahu can get away with murder because Israel controls the worlds high technology sector – over and above even the US.

That “American” you see “controlling” something? He or she is an American Jew or Zionist, dual national Israeli American citizen.

Israel rules. Until we target specifically this control of the high technology sector and specifically The Talpiot Program, we will all continue to wonder how Israel gets away with all it does.

It is a racist state of the most odious kind. But who will stand up to them?

From medical nanotechnology to cybersecurity to private hacking companies to military technology to police databases, banking, finance and medical – Israel runs them all.

This is Israel’s false flag nuke.”

Putin

The Tricky Triangle Of Iran, Russia And Israel

Something very wrong is going on between Russia, Iran and Israel. Are Iran and Israel real enemies at the very top? The answer is NO. What is the end goal here other than stealing all the oil they can get their hands on and enslaving humanity? Careful with continuing to believe in sides, because there aren’t any! It’s just the international Jewish bankers along with their bribed Goyim vs. Humanity! That is what this is all about. International Communism. 

Putin “The tricky triangle of Iran, Russia and Israel,” Source: theguardian.com

Ali Larijani, Iran’s parliamentary speaker, has long been an advocate of better relations with Russia and his recent interview with TASS, in which he spoke of Iran’s “eastern orientation, first of all towards Russia…[as] the country’s strategic choice”, is no surprise.

But Iran’s relationships with all international powers are becoming more nuanced as the result of changes in the region. Last July’s nuclear agreement with world powers, including the ‘Great Satan’, has helped produce a diplomatic palate with many shades of grey. There are few steadfast allies or implacable enemies.

For Iran, Russia is a strategic ally in supporting Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad,and Russia is also a potential partner in shaping the global gas market as the two countries with the largest reserves. But there are still important differences between Moscow and Tehran.

Even though Russia is contracted to Iran over nuclear energy – the provider of Bushehr, Iran’s only operating station, and in talks over eight more – it blocked neither Iran’s referral to the UN security council in 2006 nor the subsequent sanctions.

In 2005 Larijani began his first of two years as secretary of the Supreme National Security Council pursuing a ‘tilt to Moscow’ that he believed could stop both referral and UN sanctions.

In January 2006, as the prospect of referral to the security council loomed, Larijani told me in an interview in Tehran that Iran was exploring possibilities with Moscow for enriching uranium on Russian soil. Larijani was in typical good form, with the quick wit of a man who had studied Kant.

Expressing disdain for the western countries’ request for a document supposedly from the network of rogue Pakistani scientist AQ Khan showing a weapons design, Larijani quipped: “If you can find anyone in the world who can make a bomb with one and a half pages, we will cover their whole body with gold.”
Larijani’s sharpness didn’t, however, make the ‘tilt to Moscow’ successful. I was later told by a regime insider that Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the leader, felt badly let down by Larijani when Russia backed UN sanctions, and one can surmise this was a factor in his replacement in October 2007 by Saeid Jalili.

A decade later, the Geneva nuclear agreement has made possible closer ties between Iran and Russia, with Moscow now saying it will supply the S300 missile defense system it deemed blocked under UN sanctions. Russian companies are itching to win contracts in Iran.

Tehran and Moscow are also on the same side in Syria backing president Assad, with Iranian advisors from the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Russian air strikes and a more limited troop presence. But even in Syria, there are nuances – and one important difference between Iran and Russia is rooted in Moscow’s close relationship with Israel, a state Tehran says it will never recognize.

When Russia began bombing groups in rebellion against Assad in September, there was a real danger of a flare-up with Israel, which has itself hit targets in Syria on the other side of the conflict, given its concerns over Assad’s alliance with Hezbollah, the militant Lebanese group with whom it last went to war in 2006.

Yossi Alpher, a former Mossad analyst and operative, recently told me that “coordination” between Russia and Israel over Syria and been a success and represented “a major strategic development in the Middle East”.

“When the Russian air-force began setting up in the Alawite coast of Syria, the first foreign leader to go to Russia, who rushed to meet Putin, was Bibi” Netanyahu, Israeli prime minister, said Alpher. “[Netanyahu told them]: ‘Okay we’ll have our armies coordinate. You’re bombing, we occasionally bomb to interdict arms transfers to Hezbollah’.”

The biggest potential flashpoint between Russia and Israel has been in Russian planes flying over Israeli-held territory in the Golan – but both sides have been prepared to take the action necessary to prevent the kind of incident in which Turkey downed a Russian plane in November.

“We shot down Syrian planes that flew over the Golan, but not Russian planes,” said Alpher, adding that co-ordination had been done “very efficiently” given that reaction time in such incidents might be only seconds.

Alpher has a long standing interest in Iran’s role on the wider regional chess board. His book Periphery, published last year, looked at a doctrine according to which Israel has long sought allies in the Middle East, including Iran before the 1979 Revolution: in it, he recalled his presence in a discussion in Mossad in 1979 over whether to kill Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

Alpher’s compelling new book, No End of Conflict, focuses on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in an attempt to restore the centrality of an issue he feels is being neglected, and in it he looks at Israel’s growing relations with the Arab states, including Saudi Arabia, that are born in part of a shared fear of Iran.

“We have never had the present degree of strategic cooperation with our Arab neighbours – with Egypt over Gaza and Sinai; with Jordan with regard to Syria and Iraq; with the Saudis with regard to Iran and Daesh [Islamic State group],” he told me. “They’re not pressuring us on the Palestinian issue, which makes the issue less urgent.”

Unlike many of the Israeli right, Alpher is unhappy with this. He believes demographic change in the occupied West Bank is undermining the chance of a two-state solution with Israel remaining a democratic, Jewish state. “[As] we swallow up the West Bank and east Jerusalem, and do nothing about Gaza,” he told me, “we are pushing ourselves down this slippery slope towards becoming something that is no longer a Jewish, Zionist, democratic entity.”

Like Larijani, Alpher has his eye on Russia, and plans his next book on Israel’s relationship with Moscow going back to the Soviet period.

His “former bosses” in Mossad have told him it will have to be a novel. “They said, ‘You wanna write about this? Only as fiction’.”

Iran

Iran Prosecutor Blames CIA, Israel, & Saudis for Protests

This article as most of the information we see out there, has a double reading to it. On the one hand, it is true that the CIA/Mossad/KGB, etc. etc. etc. are behind the Iran protests, but on the other hand, it is also true that these so-called ‘journalists’ are nothing more than agents just like those leading the protests in Iran, and their purpose is to continue blaming ‘the west’ to create more hatred and reactions against it. Like we always say, ‘the west’ was infiltrated by the same perpetrators who want war, and their final goal is to completely destroy our way of life, our believes and our principals in order to replace them for their One World Luciferian Government.

Whatever the protests are about, the fact is that another war is brewing in Iran and it is quite possible that those who lead Iran are also involved in this sick game, just like it is very possible that Bashar Al Assad was also involved in the destruction of his own country. Money is what counts, nothing else and blackmail is more often than not used to get what the tribe wants which is World Dominion.

Iran

“Iran prosecutor blames CIA, Israel, Saudi for protests,” Source: aljazeera.com

A CIA agent was the “main projector” of deadly demonstrations in Iran with assistance from Israel and Saudi Arabia, the country’s chief prosecutor alleged on Thursday.

Planning for the plot – dubbed “Consequential Convergence Doctrine” – was initiated four years ago by an operative from the Central Intelligence Agency, Iran’s prosecutor Mohammad Jafar Montazeri was quoted by the state-run IRNA news agency as saying.

The CIA operative and an agent affiliated with Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency were in charge of masterminding the unrest, while Saudi Arabia paid for all the expenses, he said.

The US government has denied having any hand in the protests and the CIA declined to comment on the allegations.

At least 22 people have been killed and more than 450 arrested since anti-government demonstrations erupted across Iran on December 28.

The protests, which have focused on economic and political grievances, have been the largest display of public dissent since pro-reform rallies swept the country in 2009.

Iran’s interior minister said about 42,000 people took part in the week of demonstrations. Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said in a statement Thursday the figure was “based on precise statistics we have”.

“The relevant authorities have reported that there have been at most 42,000 people, and that is not a very high number,” Fazli said.

The US State Department said on Thursday it had the authority to hold the Iranian government responsible for the protester deaths.

“We condemn in the strongest possible terms the deaths to date and the arrests of at least 1,000 Iranians,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters.

“We have ample authorities to hold accountable those who commit violence against protestors, contribute to censorship, or steal from the people of Iran. To the regime’s victims, we say: You will not be forgotten,” she said.

Iranian army chief General Abdolrahim Mousavi offered to assist police against anti-government demonstrators, though the protests have died down in recent days.

“In the event it is necessary, the army would take part in the fight against those led by the devil,” Mousavi said on Thursday, according the Asriran news portal.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and other hardliners in the country’s theocratic leadership have insisted for days the protests were fomented by foreign powers.

But moderate President Hassan Rouhani said the demonstrations were about jobs and human rights.

Hasidic Jews

VIDEO: BREAKING – War With Iran Imminent As US Gives Israel Green Light To Assassinate Top General

We have seen the same story happening in Syria and we have even been told by General Wesley Clark that Iran was the last on the list of seven countries they were going to destroy. So who can still ignore the fact that the riots in Iran are part of the plan and have been provoked by the Jews? 

General Wesley Clark – Are they really fighting terrorists? Of course not!