Back in November, after Israel ordered rocket strikes on Gaza, I wrote that:
Zionism, moreover is a Rothschild agenda to cull the population of Arab Palestine and establish a Zionist monopoly in the “Holy Land”. It found its first major political expression via former Conservative Prime Minister Arthur Balfour in 1917. Today, of course, the Star of David is the official symbol for the Rothschild controlled State of Israel. However, the Hexagram was not considered a Jewish symbol until the Rothschild’s started using it. The name “Rothschild” comes from the German “rotes-schild”, which quite literally means “Red Shield”. Mayer Amschel Bauer – who later changed his name to “Red Shield” or “Rothschild£- chose the symbol of the Hexagram because it was an occult symbol, associated with alchemy and magic.
In the last 24 hours, Israel has now extended its bombing to alleged “military” targets in neighbouring Syria. This is nothing short of a declaration of war.
But let us remind ourselves of the wider context – something the MSM is unwilling to do. Israel is the Rothschild’s personal fiefdom – they own it. The state of Israel was created with the express intention of dominating the nations of the Middle East – its culture, its people, and of course, its resources. Israel is the mechanism through which the bloodlines can extend global corporate government into the “Holy Land”. After 2003, the bloodlines literally went back to Babylon through the invasion of Iraq. Today it is Syria. Very soon it will be Iran. The agenda is way behind schedule but they will stop at nothing in order to secure their control of these nations and their resources.
From the BBC website:
Syria has accused Israel of launching rocket attacks on Damascus, after a night of huge explosions near the city.
Syrian state media said the rockets hit the Jamraya research centre, which Western officials have suggested is involved in chemical weapons research.
Israeli radio quoted a senior security official confirming an attack, and sources said it targeted weapons bound for Hezbollah militants in Lebanon.
It is the second suspected Israeli strike in Syria in two days.
On Friday Israeli aircraft hit a shipment of missiles near the Lebanon border, according to unnamed US and Israeli officials.
The BBC’s Jim Muir in Beirut says Israel’s intervention is a very dangerous development.
He says Israel will not want to be seen as being involved in the conflict, but Syria’s state media is hammering the message that the rebels are working hand in glove with Israel.
Two air strikes in 48 hours does indeed start to look perilously like the involvement in Syria’s internal crisis the Israelis have always said they want to avoid, especially when they are visibly taking out military targets on the very edge of Damascus.
Politically such attacks strengthen the Syrian regime in regional and domestic terms, and embarrass the rebels, who are cast as actors in a Western-directed plot to undermine resistance to Israel.
Israel has said that its only concern is to prevent advanced weapons being handed over to Hezbollah. Objectively it would be hard to see Israel’s interest in helping trigger an uncontrolled collapse of the regime, leaving the field open to rebel groups among which Islamist radicals currently make the running.
But if the Friday and Sunday attacks herald a pattern of mounting Israeli involvement, it may be increasingly hard to keep the two strands separate.
A state TV bulletin said: “The new Israeli attack is an attempt to raise the morale of the terrorist groups, which have been reeling from strikes by our noble army.”
Damascus was shaken by repeated explosions coming from the north-western suburbs.
Amateur video footage and eye witness testimony suggested rocket attacks had hit weapons dumps, triggering dramatic orange-flamed blasts.
The area houses numerous military facilities, including the Jamraya research centre, designated by Syria as a scientific research centre “in charge of raising our level of resistance and self-defence”.
Damascus-based journalist Alaa Ebrahim told the BBC it was “the biggest explosion” the city had seen since the conflict began two years ago.
He said residents living near Jamraya reported feeling a “mild earthquake” just before the blast, indicating that the rockets may have hit an underground facility.
He added that the Syrian army was likely to have suffered major casualties in the attack.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights quoted eyewitnesses in the area as saying they saw jets in the sky at the time of the explosions.
The Jamraya facility was also apparently hit in an Israeli air strike in January.
Israeli officials confirmed the January strike, but insisted it had targeted trucks carrying missiles to Hezbollah.
After the latest attack, unnamed Western intelligence sources have again said the target was a weapons cache heading for Lebanon.
Israel has repeatedly said it would act if it felt advanced weapons were being transferred to militant groups in the region, especially Hezbollah.
Video evidence which seems to suggest a small nuclear explosion in Syria<
From Info wars:
U.S. and Israel Prepare for Summer Attack On Iran
The U.S. has designed a bunker buster penetrator bomb that will take out Iran’s Fordow nuclear enrichment complex, a target previously considered too fortified for conventional weapons. The new weapon, which cost hundreds of millions of dollars to produce, is considered critical to an effort by the United States to convince Israel that the U.S. can effectively bomb the Iranian underground complex, according to a report published by The Wall Street Journal.
The Journal reported that senior U.S. officials showed the Israelis a secret Air Force video showing a test of an earlier version of the bomb. The show-and-tell is described as an attempt to convince Israel to hold off on a unilateral attack on Iranian nuclear installations.
Haaretz reports that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has assured the Israelis that the U.S. will consider military options against Iran following the country’s summer elections. The Journal reports that an understanding was reached on action against Iran during Hagel’s recent visit to Israel. It is said both countries will conduct a “joint situation assessment” following the Iranian elections and if diplomatic efforts are ruled out discussions on military action will be considered.