May 23, 2017
As little girls were blown to pieces by what looks like Saudi-backed ISIS terrorists in Manchester, Donald Trump revealed the sole objective of American foreign policy: Israel First.
Trump’s disappointing trip to the world’s foremost terror-exporting rogue states (Saudi Arabia and Israel) was topped by a bizarre rant threatening Iran. Iran and its Shi’ite allies are the front line fighting a two-front war against Zionism and globalist Wahhabi Islamism, both which work together as a “one-two” combination: Jews open borders for aliens intent on raping and killing people in the West.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that shared concern about Iran was driving Israel and many Arab states closer and demanded that Tehran immediately cease military and financial backing of “terrorists and militias”.
In stressing threats from Iran, Trump echoed a theme laid out during weekend meetings in Saudi Arabia with Muslim leaders from around the world, many wary of the Islamic Republic’s growing regional influence and financial muscle.
In Jerusalem, in public remarks after talks with Israeli leaders on the first day of his two-day visit, he again focused on Iran, pledging he would never let Tehran acquire nuclear arms.
“What’s happened with Iran has brought many of the parts of the Middle East toward Israel,” Trump said at a meeting with President Reuven Rivlin.
In his comments to Netanyahu, Trump mentioned a growing Iranian influence in conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Iraq, where it either backs Shi’ite fighters or has sent its own forces.
Trump said there were opportunities for cooperation across the Middle East: “That includes advancing prosperity, defeating the evils of terrorism and facing the threat of an Iranian regime that is threatening the region and causing so much violence and suffering.”
Iran’s newly re-elected, pragmatist president, Hassan Rouhani, said regional stability could not be achieved without Iranian help, and accused Washington of supporting terrorism with its backing for rebels in Syria.
He said the summit in Saudi Arabia “had no political value, and will bear no results”.
“Who can say the region will experience total stability without Iran? Who fought against the terrorists? It was Iran, Syria, Hezbollah and Syria. But who funded the terrorists?”
Rouhani noted the contrast between young Iranians dancing in the streets to mark the re-election of a leader seeking detente with the West, and images of Trump meeting with a galaxy of Arab autocrats, some of whose countries have spawned the Sunni militants hostile to Washington and Tehran alike.
There isn’t a single foreign policy rationale for the United States siding with the Arab Gulf States and Israel against Iran. The “terrorism” of the Iranians and Hezbollah is composed of fighting defensive wars against Israel, ISIS and Al-Qaeda, all while Jews tie our children to the street for Saudi radicalized Muslims to run over with a truck.
In Trump’s defense, he took a lot of flack from Jews last week for allegedly telling Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov about “Israeli intelligence” showing that ISIS was planning to use laptops to blow up commercial airplanes. This action is a no-brainer when dealing with a country facing a mutual terrorist enemy, but Israel is furious at this “leak” because they want ISIS to blow up Russian and Iranian civilians.
Which begs another question: how do Jews seem to have advanced warning of ISIS attacks? And better yet, why don’t they want non-Jews to know?
Here is an article on the 2015 Bataclan Theater attack, where the Times of Israel reported that the Jewish community of Paris knew ahead of time of the ISIS slaughter that was to come. When the article went viral in Gentile circles, it was altered with no explanation.
The Jewish community in the UK, France, Germany, America and elsewhere know more than what they’re letting on.
The Israelis aren’t keeping it a secret anymore. Israeli strategists and military officers opened up to an American publication about their concerns with Donald Trump, principally the president’s promise to destroy ISIS.
The Israelis are unhappy at this proposition, because Jews see ISIS as leverage to keep Christians and Shi’ites on the backfoot, with the added bonus of having white people in the West in a permanent state of fear. Jews believe the only way for them to live is if everyone else dies!
But some Israeli commanders, who agreed to share their assessments of the Syria conflict on the condition they not be identified, went as far as saying that the American actions in Syria and Iraq, where U.S.-backed Iraqi forces recently liberated the city of Mosul, could be turning ISIS and its affiliates elsewhere in the region into an even bigger threat to the West.
“The worst is yet to come,” one intelligence official said.
What they agree on is that Assad is now unquestionably winning. And he owes Hezbollah, the radical Shia Muslim proxy of Iran, “big time” for it.
The so-called Army of God, which has gone to war with Israel twice and constitutes a state within a state in neighboring Lebanon, has lost an estimated 1,700 fighters bleeding for the Syrian dictator and as payback is now seeking to expand its new base of operations in Syria—which also means a new sphere of influence for the mullahs in Tehran.
“If Assad wins,” one IDF official in the Golan Heights told me, “we will have Hezbollah not on two borders but one.”
Yavne, the brigadier general, similarly described the Iranian influence as significantly more worrisome than ISIS or other Sunni Muslim terror groups:
“If I can be frank, the radical axis headed by Iran is more risky than the global jihad one,” said Yavne. “It is much more knowledgeable, stronger, with a bigger arsenal.”
As far as these Israeli officers are concerned, the ideal strategy is to sit back and let both types of groups duke it out—and work to contain the conflict rather than trying to end it with military force. As the IDF intelligence officer put it, “the battle for deterrence is easier than the battle for influence.”
But does that mean the United States and its allies should simply allow ISIS to retain its so-called caliphate in parts of eastern Syria and eastern Iraq?
“Why not?” the officer shot back.
This is something even Tommy Robinson is smart enough to avoid. Jews unambiguously support ISIS. The desert goat-herder doesn’t have the means to influence American and European Union immigration and foreign policy, but now you know why Jews lobby and pressure the way they do.
But what if a few hundred or thousand children die in Europe to further Israeli geopolitical ambitions?
The IDF officer says it best: “Why not?”