“Explosive” Leaked Secret Israeli Cable Confirms Israeli-Saudi Coordination To Provoke War

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Originally appeared at Zero Hedge

Early this morning, Israeli Channel 10 news published a leaked diplomatic cable which had been sent to all Israeli ambassadors throughout the world concerning the chaotic events that unfolded over the weekend in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia, which began with Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s unexpected resignation after he was summoned to Riyadh by his Saudi-backers, and led to the Saudis announcing that Lebanon had “declared war” against the kingdom.

The classified embassy cable, written in Hebrew, constitutes the first formal evidence proving that the Saudis and Israelis are deliberately coordinating to escalate the situation in the Middle East.

The explosive classified Israeli cable reveals the following:

  • On Sunday, just after Lebanese PM Hariri’s shocking resignation, Israel sent a cable to all of its embassies with the request that its diplomats do everything possible to ramp up diplomatic pressure against Hezbollah and Iran.
  • The cable urged support for Saudi Arabia’s war against Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen.
  • The cable stressed that Iran was engaged in “regional subversion”. 
  • Israeli diplomats were urged to appeal to the “highest officials” within their host countries to attempt to expel Hezbollah from Lebanese government and politics. 

"Explosive" Leaked Secret Israeli Cable Confirms Israeli-Saudi Coordination To Provoke War

Left: Israeli PM Netanyahu, Right: Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman

As is already well-known, the Saudi and Israeli common cause against perceived Iranian influence and expansion in places like Syria, Lebanon and Iraq of late has led the historic bitter enemies down a pragmatic path of unspoken cooperation as both seem to have placed the break up of the so-called “Shia crescent” as their primary policy goal in the region. For Israel, Hezbollah has long been its greatest foe, which Israeli leaders see as an extension of Iran’s territorial presence right up against the Jewish state’s northern border.

The Israeli reporter who obtained the document is Barak Ravid, senior diplomatic correspondent for Channel 10 News. Ravid announced the following through Twitter yesterday:

  • I published on channel 10 a cable sent to Israeli diplomats asking to lobby for Saudis/Harir and against Hezbollah. The cable sent from the MFA in Jerusalem [Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs] to all Israeli embassies toes the Saudi line regarding the Hariri resignation.
  • The Israeli diplomats were instructed to demarch their host governments over the domestic political situation in Lebanon – a very rare move.
  • The cable said: “You need to stress that the Hariri resignation shows how dangerous Iran and Hezbollah are for Lebanon’s security.”
  • “Hariri’s resignation proves wrong the argument that Hezbollah participation in the government stabilizes Lebanon,” the cable added.
  • The cable instructed Israeli diplomats to support Saudi Arabia over its war with the Houthis in Yemen. The cable also stressed: “The missile launch by the Houthis towards Riyadh calls for applying more pressure on Iran & Hezbollah.”

Watch today’s Hebrew broadcast Channel 10 News report which features the Israeli diplomatic cable – the text of which is featured in Channel 10’s screenshot (below) – here

"Explosive" Leaked Secret Israeli Cable Confirms Israeli-Saudi Coordination To Provoke War

Below is a rough translation of the classified Israeli embassy cable using Google Translate as released by Israel’s Channel 10 News:

“To the Director-General: you are requested to urgently contact the Foreign Ministry and other relevant government officials [of your host country] and emphasize that the resignation of Al-Hariri and his comments on the reasons that led him to resignillustrate once again the destructive nature of Iran and Hezbollah and their danger to the stability of Lebanon and the countries of the region. 

Al-Hariri’s resignation proves that the international argument that Hezbollah’s inclusion in the government is a recipe for stability is basically wrong. This artificial unity creates paralysis and the inability of local sovereign powers to make decisions that serve their national interest. It effectively turns them into hostages under physical threat and are forced to promote the interests of a foreign power – Iran – even if this may endanger the security of their country.

The events in Lebanon and the launching of a ballistic missile by the signatories to the Riyadh agreement require increased pressure on Iran and Hezbollah on a range of issues from the production of ballistic missiles to regional subversion.”

Thus, as things increasingly heat up in the Middle East, it appears the anti-Iran and anti-Shia alliance of convenience between the Saudis and Israelis appears to have placed Lebanon in the cross hairs of yet another looming Israeli-Hezbollah war. And the war in Yemen will also continue to escalate – perhaps now with increasingly overt Israeli political support. According to Channel 10’s commentary (translation), “In the cable, Israeli ambassadors were also asked to convey an unusual message of support for Saudi Arabia in light of the war in which it is involved in Yemen against the Iranian-backed rebels.”

All of this this comes, perhaps not coincidentally, at the very moment ISIS is on the verge of complete annihilation (partly at the hands of Hezbollah), and as both Israel and Saudi Arabia have of late increasingly declared “red lines” concerning perceived Iranian influence across the region as well as broad Hezbollah acceptance and popularity within Lebanon.

What has both Israel and the Saudis worried is the fact that the Syrian war has strengthened Hezbollah, not weakened it. And now we have smoking gun internal evidence that Israel is quietly formalizing its unusual alliance with Saudi Arabia and its power-hungry and hawkish crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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  • Floyd Hazzard

    Of course, they failed in Syria so now they’re going to try to expand into Lebanon to prevent the Shias from having unfettered access to the Mediterranean.

    • You can call me Al

      “The cable instructed Israeli diplomats to support Saudi Arabia over its war with the Houthis in Yemen.” ……the stupid thing is the Saudis cannot even see that they will be the one’s to suffer, not the Zionists. Ah well stupid does, what stupid is.

      • Tiresia Branding

        “The House Of Saud: It’s Jewish Origin And Installation By The British Crown”
        search on internet, I don’t know why i cannot publish links

        • Serious Dude

          Pahlavi himself asserted that, “If you lift up Khomeini’s beard, you will find MADE IN ENGLAND written under his chin,” in the later days of his reign as monarch. This statement by Pahlavi was an adaptation of another saying, “If you lift a mullah’s beard, you will find ‘Made in Britain’ stamped on his chin.”

          • Garga

            I’m sure the word of a man who himself was installed by foreign powers, not once, but twice has a lot of weight.
            Yes, it was evident by vast cooperation between Ayatollah Khomeini and Britain.

            If it’s against Iran, it must be true!

            PS. Zionism 101: If you’re accused of something and the truth is shown, retaliate by the same accusing others about the same thing with everything you’ve got. Project!

          • Omega

            Most importantly, Pahlavi was a Jew himself.

          • Garga

            I believe not.
            There’s no family tree for Pahlavis so we can’t know for sure, his father (Reza Shah) didn’t have full brothers and sisters but their family came from an area in Mazandaran, northern Iran which is not known to be a Jewish settlement. Their family name used to be “Savaad-Kouhi” which is common for the people from Savaad-Kouh.

            Perhaps their facial features led you to that conclusion? Nose and overall not-so-handsome-ness? If yes, notice that a large part of Mazandarani people have big noses and aren’t Jews.

          • Omega

            Nothing to do with facial traits. I base my statement on the following …

            https://muse.jhu.edu/article/175539

            • A friend of mine is real estate broker in Montreal, Canada. The Shah’s wife put their apartments on sale. You can see the painting of the Shah on the wall, Jewish menorah by the window and other Jewish painting on the walls. See (make sure to enlarge the photos):

            https://martinrouleau.com/inscriptions/275-100-rue-st-jacques

          • Garga

            I saw both links on your first post.
            The thing is, one mustn’t believe whatever is presented and specially if there’s no evidence to that.
            MohammadReza Shah done many bad things and good things to Iran. The negative points in his ledger are clear and present, no need to undermine them by presenting a rumor which may not be true.
            For example, in the first link, it talks about Reza Shah’s origin. His origin is known, his father and mother are known. His father, Abbas Ali ‘Dadash Beyk’ SavadKouhi (b 1814, Alasht) was a Yaavar (major) of the Savad Kouh division. The home which he was born in is registered as #867 in the Iran’s national heritage (Alasht, Savad Kouh, Mazandaran). BUT his mother “Noush Afarin” and her family were among the migrants from Caucasus.
            After Reza’s father passed away his mother took him to Tehran again (they married in Tehran and moved back to Alasht, due to his father being in the army and stationed there) and how he was raised in Tehran’s Sangelaj neighbourhood is also known.

            Regarding a Menorah in the apartment, please notice that they introduced themselves as protector of all religions. You can also find they wear Zoroastrian icons as jewelry and also in their residences.

            Anyway, there’s NO evidence of them being Jewish. If such evidence existed, there’s no way that after the revolution it remains unknown, specially the first 10 years which IR officials were so eager to blow whistle on everything questionable the Pahlavis did, and there’s no shortage of them too.

          • Omega

            Jews have a long and proven history of hiding their Jewry well as crypto-Jews. Ataturk and the Dönmeh (Sephardic Jews from Spain/Portugal) in the Ottoman Empire are another example. The Rockefeller in the US, another – they are also Sephardic Jews who migrated from Spain to the Ottoman Empire to France to the US.

            I may be wrong. The apartment in Montreal, Canada may belong to someone else. I have only been told so by my friend. That’s being said, I find it’s strange that John Hopkins University would publish “The Jewish Shah” under non-fiction in their website.

          • Icarus Tanović

            That’s right man.

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          • Serious Dude

            The US and the British supported the Shah but then they turned their back on him. Was the Shah also Zionist?

          • Garga

            Not that I know of but he sure had very good relations with them, giving the Mossad free reign in western Iran, bordering Iraq.

          • Serious Dude

            Good relations doesn’t mean Zionist.

          • Garga

            Dude, I wrote just ONE line and you didn’t even read it. –> ((Not that I know of))
            Seems you just seek arguing.

          • Serious Dude

            And I ask you again, was the Shah a Zionist?

          • Garga

            And I answer you once again, not that I know of.

          • Bob

            Of note, Serious Dude is agenda driven and offers nothing of value.

          • Garga

            You’re right and I don’t understand his ilk’s motives.
            If they were defending their countries, their nationalities, their religion or even if they were paid trolls (some of them are) I would understand, but they apparently care more about another country more than their own and do it for free.

          • Justin

            It’s a Hasbarat.

          • Omega

            Pahlavi, a Jew himself, was as much an Anglo-American puppet – who was discarded when he decided to go solo.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            Pahlavi, a Jew himself,

            :DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

            guys, you are really sick. if i count together, who is jew in your eyes, then there are 50 milliards jews on the planet Earth. DDDDD

            pahlavis one of many titles was: Āryāmehr (Light of the Aryans)

            he was moslem, his father, too. reza was the son of the second wife of shaz pahlavi. so, no kews, but polygamic moslems

          • Omega

            Pahlavi was Jewish.

            https://muse.jhu.edu/article/175539

            • His wife is selling their apartments in Montreal. You can see his painting on the wall along side a Menorah and other Jewish art.

            https://martinrouleau.com/inscriptions/275-100-rue-st-jacques

          • Tommy Jensen

            Iran has always historically belonged to Israel.
            In reality no Iranians have birth right to be there, because their fathers fathers grandfathers committed genocide against the Jewish owners in the Persian area.
            Therefore Iran is Israel´s property and the Iranians are only workers.

          • Icarus Tanović

            You must be out of your stupid mind.

          • BMWA1

            Suspect Jensen is being ironic…

          • Tommy Jensen

            ;-)

          • Omega

            Trolling or serious? If serious, could you please elaborate? Persia belonging to IsraHell (which has only existed in the Bible before 1948) is news to me.

          • Tommy Jensen

            Just a little satire.

          • Icarus Tanović

            WTF is MILLIARDS, you mentally crippled wreckage?
            Close your mouth.

          • Garga

            He uses the Czech pronunciation for billion.

            hmmm… Solomon looks very suspicious…

            And he refuses to come with me to Siberia, on a ridiculous excuse that I may or may not sell him.

          • BMWA1

            Millardi, billion in CZ, ano (mluvim). Krupacek translates as ‘cracker, also appropriate in this case.

          • Garga

            And I thought Krupacek is something related to holy water or the jug (or whatever it’s name is) that holds it.

            Cracker. Suitable.

          • Serious Dude

            You wish.

          • Omega

            Why would I?

          • Serious Dude

            Does it really matter if someone is a Jew? Nope.

          • Omega

            It seems to matter to you.

        • Garga

          Here’s the link from The Millennium Report, if that’s what you intended to post.

        • Omega

          Please address them properly:

          Outhouse is Saud.

      • Jonathan Cohen

        I sure hope abortion banning Saudis and Iranians all kill each other without killing any abortion rights protecting Israelis, who can then bring abortion rights to Mecca, Riyadh and Tehran after all the abortion banners are dead. HOORAY!!!! ABORTION RIGHTS FOR MECCA!

        • Gary Sellars

          dafuq? satire or congenital stupidity?

          • FlorianGeyer

            Its possibly due to a condition unique to Jews.

            ” Tay-Sachs is caused by the absence of a vital enzyme called hexosaminidase-A (Hex-A). Without Hex-A, a fatty substance, or lipid, called GM2 ganglioside accumulates abnormally in cells, especially in the nerve cells of the brain. This ongoing accumulation causes progressive damage to the cells. “

          • Gary Sellars

            Its caused by many generations of inbreeding. Chosenite DNA, so degraded its a joke…

          • FlorianGeyer

            If this interbreeding was in animals there would be action taken to prevent more of them being created.

      • Jonathan Cohen

        I further hope the Middle East escalates to the point that US troops must be redeployed there from Eastern Europe and Korea, where they threaten Abortion rights defenders.

        • Tiresia Branding

          ok, we’re all sad that your mother has made the wrong choice

          • FlorianGeyer

            Surely his mother made the wrong ” choices ” :)

          • Jonathan Cohen

            No more than yours, and everyone’s

          • Tiresia Branding

            if you hate the life kill yourself; it’s just YOUR problem

          • Jonathan Cohen

            You first ahole.

          • You can call me Al

            Whahahaha – LOL

        • MuslimJew

          I further hope the Middle East escalates to the point that US troops must be redeployed there from Eastern Europe and Korea, where they threaten Abortion rights defenders.

          I further hope you swill enough Zionism to the point that your four remaining brain cells must be redeployed back to hell.

      • gustavo

        Saudi stupidity can be as high as the amount of money Saudis have …(very high).

    • Wegan

      Too late. Iraqi, syrians, Yemeni etc.. will not stay in defense mode indefinitely. They will probably retaliate now that they learned very well from the US-Saudi and israeli how to run proxy wars. In a few years some stuff is about to change. Add to that de-dollarization and OBOR. Ver, very interesting times.

  • Rafik Chauhan

    nothing can stopped ressitance from iran to Iraq to Syria to lebnon to Palestine and now add yemen. and soon it will be Bahrain and eastern Saudi will rise to Zionist whabhi scum. and behind Pakistan/Egypt/Tunisia/india will follow. US/Israel/SAudi soon will end tighter with their terriost slave includint kurds like barzani

  • Expo Marker

    So, Israel and Saudi Arabia are concerned for Lebanon? Israel had no issue bombing Beirut and south Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia declared the war as Hezbollah’s fault.

    • Expo Marker

      Also noteworthy: Saad Hariri, born in Riyadh to a Saudi-Lebanese father and Iraqi mother. He openly funded the “Syrian rebels”, and has an arrest warrant to prove it. And his claim of being at risk of assasination is rejected by the Lebanese army.

      Imagine if Michel Aoun (Lebanese president) had Iranian citizenship, flies to Iran to announce on national TV that Saudi Arabia was trying to kill him. No one would believe him!

      • Omega

        Some say (I do too) that Saad Hariri’s biological father is King Fahd Abdulaziz ibn Saud and not Rafik Hariri (who is Lebanese).

  • Attrition47

    The Washington barbarians have an assiduous contractor in that zionist, antisemite comb-over.

  • Hrky75

    So the newest plan for war against Iran is Saudis do the fighting and dying while Zios do “diplomatic pressure” and cash in on the fighting. Smart move. A bit naive IMHO, but we are talking about Al Saud family and those inbred morons can be sold sand and more sand, let alone a jihad…

  • Blaine

    —“This artificial unity creates paralysis and the inability of local
    sovereign powers to make decisions that serve their national interest.
    It effectively turns them into hostages under physical threat and are forced to promote the interests of a foreign power – (Israel) – even if this may endanger the security of their country.”—

    What country are we talking about here?

  • Andrzej Bendyk

    Nixt Israeli plor revealed. Israel is resposible for milions of victims in the Middle East. Using of course stupid Arabs, especially stupid traitors from Saudi Arabia

    • Solomon Krupacek

      the sunni shia conflict is old story. not juice caused.

      • Garga

        Yeah, repeat it as much as you can, maybe it finally becomes true.

      • Omega

        Ancient history between Sunnis and Shias has nothing to do with the strive between them today – which started with the industrialization of the oil industry in the 1970s.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          for the masses of people is still fuel. for leaders fuel for propaganda.

          • Omega

            Can’t disagree.

  • zman

    “historic bitter enemies”…gotta love Zerohedge. As they relate news items they always insert some propaganda as if true. The KSA and Israel have been in bed for some time…otherwise, the US would never have been able to sell them F-15s back in the early 80s. Just more prime time ballyhoo for the unwashed masses. Does Zerohedge not know that the Israelis have been assisting KSA with attacking Yemen for the last how many years?…selling Iran weapons in the 80s through KSA?

  • Rhumbero

    correct your language, KSA and Israel have never been “bitter” enemies. Exactly the opposite since their creation. Look up your history.

    • FlorianGeyer

      Its in the Hollywood encyclopedia of history Rhumbero.
      Written by a jew I think as he raped a child.

  • Serious Dude

    Funny because Saudi Arabia used to support jihadi movements in Palestine and Syria while Iran believes that jihadists in Syria are bad but jihadists in Palestine and Libya are good.

    • Garga

      There’s no Jihadis in Palestine. Only the people who are forced to leave their homes and put in an open air prison.
      They’ll naturally fight back, nothing funny about it.
      Based on that logic, the Irish also support jihadis based on the Palestine flag in Dublin.

      PS. Thank you Ireland!

      • Serious Dude

        There are no jihadis in Palestine. Okay, except those terrorists that kidnap and murder Israeli citizens and they smuggle guns into Egypt. The Irish support Fatah not Hamas or Islamic Jihad like your country,

        • Garga

          Still no jihadi. Only freedom fighters who fight against the occupiers. They usually target Israeli security force or IDF, unlike Israelis who just love to kill the defenceless women and children.

          The Irish support Palestine and are against the Israeli acts of terror in Gaza.
          Ask the Irish directly.

          • Serious Dude

            Yeah and the terrorist hijackers and all those suicide bombers that kill Israelis and tourists? No word for that. IDF don’t kill defenceless women and children, Assad does. The Irish support Palestine because they hate the British and British and Israelis are close friends.

          • Garga

            It’s the only thing Israel does. Why are you so keen to deny the truth. It’s a polite way to say you lie.

            Just in 2014, Operation Protective Edge, the UN says at least 2,104 Palestinian died, including 1,462 civilians, of whom 495 were children and 253 women. But Israelis say they killed 1100 “terrorists”. Like this one:
            http://www.thesindhtimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/israel.jpg

            and this one:
            http://www.yalla.today/uploads/8/7/5/9/8759970/454348_orig.jpg

            and these ones:
            http://www.informationng.com/2014/08/graphic-heartbreaking-pics-from-the-war-between-israel-palestine.html

            and that one:
            https://electronicintifada.net/sites/default/files/styles/original_800w/public/2014-02/140202-palestinian-children-infographic.jpg?itok=hQBm9WzL

            These are the kind of animals that threat the world:
            http://19453-presscdn.pagely.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/000_9S8HN.jpg

            You know what? Have a look yourself, from a non-Iranian, non-Muslim, very much British and Zio-friendly source, BBC:
            http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-28439404

            Another source:
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palestinian_casualties_of_war

          • Serious Dude

            Hamas uses people as shields and hides guns in schools. After all, those civilian casualties are nothing compared to what Assad has done.

          • Garga

            Zionist apologists are very creative. The indisputable fact is that Israel MURDERS defenceless women and children.

          • Serious Dude

            I am pro-Israel but not Zionist apologist. On the other hand, IDF protects women and children except the women and children of terrorist Hamas.

          • Garga

            Sure. But the reality begs to differ.

          • Serious Dude

            The reality is that Hamas and Islamic Jihad are terrorist organizations.

          • Garga

            We know for sure only IF Israel stopped the occupation and they still attacked it. Until then, they’re fighting back.

          • Serious Dude

            What kind of occupation? Palestine is Jewish land for 3000 years!

          • MuslimJew

            What kind of occupation?

            An illegal one.

            Palestine is Jewish land for 3000 years!</blockquote

            And what is "Jewish land" exactly?

          • Garga

            Hasn’t been for 2000 years, are you all right? Are you more Jewish than Rabbi?

          • Serious Dude

            Nope, I just don’t want a jihadi state in the Levant and the Meditteranean.

          • Garga
          • Serious Dude

            Hospitalizing a wounded man is humanity not support of his ideology. HTS has just said that Israel is helping the Syrian regime, while Assadophiles say that Israel is helping the rebels. I am confused.

          • Garga

            Oh, humane Israel is treating the wounded, how noble!
            I posted you the links about Israel’s help to Wahhabi terror groups in Syria, from Jerusalem post, Israel Times, Debka files and Haaretz before. My sources aren’t Iranian or Syrian, but ISRAELI. :D
            You have a very selective memory, perhaps that’s what causes the confusion.

            Assadophile. hm I like your genius in labeling. As I said before, it’s Zionism 101.

          • Serious Dude

            The term Assadophile was created by that Dutch dude. It is a correct term and perfectly describes all these fanatics. There is no REAL evidence that Israel supports Wahhabi groups. HTS accuses Israel of allying with the Syrian regime. How about that? After all, saying the good things, Iran has reformed itself and it is not the regime of 1979 anymore. Iran is far more preferrable to Sunni Islamists, however, you supported them in Bosnia.

          • Garga

            I gave you evidence from the Israeli sources. They admit doing so themselves, yet you deny it?
            I told you, you’re more Jewish than the Rabbi.

            PS. Nice trying twisting the reality again. Iran helped the besieged Bosniaks in Sarajevo and left immediately after the war. Sunni Islamist? Perhaps tomorrow you’ll claim the same thing about Rohingya farmers.

          • Serious Dude

            Besieged Bosniaks? The only victims of that war were the Serbs that were being slaughtered both by NATO and by Islamists. Rohingyas are nothing more than Anglo-Saudi tools for expansion. Now you support opinions, only if they agree with you.

          • Garga

            You just repeatedly lie and are very ignorant about the things you talk about. DOn’t pretend you know anything about the war in Yugoslavia because it’s apparent you don’t know.

            Iranians who went to Bosnia didn’t set foot on Serbia. They helped defending Sarajevo and returned after that.
            Rohingyas are a bunch of poor farmers who are being killed by both Myanmar SF and your beloved Saudi funded terror groups.

            I support REALITY, I know you’re allergic to it.

          • Serious Dude

            It is true that I don’t know very much about the war in Yugoslavia, I was 5 year old when it happened, but I know for sure that the Serbs were badly attacked. And now Serbs are getting stripped of Kosovo thanks to the US. Yes, your friends returned, the point was that they were ALLIES with Wahhabies. Rohingyas are NOT killed by Myanmar, this is a lie promoted by the Americans and Saudis. You support subjective reality and you are trying to pass it to me as objective, while we all have our subjective prejudices.

          • Garga

            First learn and then opine. If you admittedly know little about it, how do you bring yourself to talk about it then?

            It’s not limited to former Yugoslavia, you know very little about a very wide range of the matters that you talk about.
            Iran was never an ally of Wahhabis. Some Iranian forces went to Bosnia (and Bosnia alone, not anywhere else in FY mind you) to help defending Sarajevo, under siege. What the US and NATO did to Serbia is not related to Iran’s help to Bosnia.

            Are you blind to the conditions of Rohingya and what’s happening to them? I remind you, I never receive my info from one sources unlike you. Your view are very simplistic and black-or-white. Learn, learn, I promise it won’t kill you to learn before you open your mouth.

          • Serious Dude

            Oh, enlighten me you omnipresent being! XD Now back to the point. I have said that I know little, not nothing. And I also observe the ethnic relations of the present to have a view of the past. Iran was sending mujahideen to Bosnia alongside Wahhabis. Iran and Wahhabis were allies in Bosnia, Palestine and Libya while they were enemies in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Afghanistan. Is this wrong? The so called Rohingya thing is also on the voltaire net website, an anti-Israel website. Rohingyas are nothing more than an Anglo-Saudi project.

          • Garga

            I’m not the one to enlighten you, you are, which seem not willing to do so.

            Iran doesn’t have Mujahedeen, in fact they are the most hated terror groups active in Iran. You’re replies are always a mixture of lies and half-truth.

            FYI, voltairnet’s article (which I’m %100 sure you didn’t read, otherwise you’d know the following) claims that Iran will sent troops to Myanmar and presents Iran’s helps to the refugees (food, medicine, tent and other needs) as some kind of going to war.
            There’s really no point arguing you as you just repeat some lies and aren’t interested to know. Be well.

          • Serious Dude

            The thing you are doing is that you accuse me of things that you are doing yourself! I haven’t said that Iran has Mujahideen, I have said that Iran and Mujahideen were allies. Big difference. Of course, I have read that article and I remember that one. The article is also against Erdogan.

          • Garga

            Please stop lying. You wrote:
            Iran was sending mujahideen to Bosnia alongside Wahhabis.

            FYI, about 3000 from Iran and 400 from Lebanon went to Bosnia. They were under Iranian command and coordinated with Bosnians.
            Iran’s reasons to send these troops and Saudis motives were vastly different.
            It was Turkey that cooperated with Saudis, not Iran.

          • Serious Dude

            Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia were all cooperating.

          • Garga

            Whatever floats your boat.

            Now returning to the point, Israelis admitted they helped HTS, now you say they didn’t?

            Perhaps you too think that Moshe Ya’alon is a filthy liar?

          • Serious Dude

            And HTS says that Israel is helping the Assad regime.

          • Garga

            So you believe Israelis lie trough their teeth.
            For once, you seem able to see the truth.

          • Serious Dude

            Are you kidding? Why are you obsessed with Israel?

          • Garga

            Yet again, instead of sticking to the subject, you try to change it.

            Obsessed is a strong word, but to play into your little game, because I’m against Zionism, against occupation, against land and heritage theft and against terror on civilians, killing defenceless women and children.

            So yes, I’m rather obsessed with these criminals and their apologists. One must sink very low to try to justify their actions but if you’re happy about it, who am I to stop you? By all means be my guest!

          • Serious Dude

            You seem triggered. Maybe you need to watch some Hamas videos on youtube to relax. If you are against occupation then you should support Kurds in Iraq.

          • Garga

            I know a little bit about these tactics. Go and trap somebody else.

          • Serious Dude

            What trap? Okay, I won’t talk about Israel with you again.

          • MuslimJew

            The reality is that Hamas and Islamic Jihad are terrorist organizations.

            The reality is that you wouldn’t know “reality” if it pulled your head out your ass and gave you a slap.

          • MuslimJew

            Your precious zio squatter scum

            I am pro-Israel but not Zionist apologist.

            ROFL! That’s like saying: I like to piss in the wind but not in the air.

            On the other hand, IDF protects women and children except the women and children of terrorist Hamas.

            Nah, you delusional little ziopath, tzahal murders defenseless women and children for a living.

          • Omega

            Wonderful non sequitur with Assad. All you dumb hasbara vermin use the very same manure. There again, you are trained by the same.

          • Serious Dude

            I am not a hasbara, but you are a troll.

          • Omega

            If you’re not a hasbara then I am a putrid Talmudic Jew.

          • MuslimJew

            I am not a hasbara…

            ROFLMAO!

          • MuslimJew

            Hamas uses people as shields and hides guns in schools.

            Bitch, please, your precious zio scum ship jooooooooo babies in from America to use as shiellds and build schools in belligerently occupied war zones.

          • Tommy Jensen
          • Garga

            Wow!
            I searched the name using Google and guess what is the very first search result? An article denying it!

          • MuslimJew

            It’s the only thing Israel does.

            Yep, tzahal are “the most moral” child-murdering Zionist terrorist pedophiles in the world.

        • MuslimJew

          There are no jihadis in Palestine. Okay, except those terrorists that
          kidnap and murder Israeli citizens and they smuggle guns into Egypt.

          There are no “Israeli citizens” in Zionist occupied Palestine, just indoctrinated Zionist infiltrators, terrorists and murderers. Okay, and brainwashed zio-jooooooooooooooooo cannon fodder shipped in from ‘murka, Melbourne and North London.

    • FlorianGeyer

      The Palestinians merely want their lands back from Israel and to be freed from the Jewish de facto Concentration Camp of Gaza.

      • Serious Dude

        Palestine is a place not a nation therefore there is no such thing as “Palestinians”.

        • FlorianGeyer

          So your denial is being used by you to justify the forfeit of lands they have settled on and owned for generations ?

          • Serious Dude

            Palestine was a province of Ottoman Empire. The Ottomans lost the war and the British gave Palestine to the Jews. What’s the problem with that?

          • FlorianGeyer

            Rather a lot really but the history , events and actors of that flawed mandate will be lost on you.

          • Serious Dude

            On the contrary, Israel has won every battle.

          • FlorianGeyer

            You may like to read this new account by Gilad Atzmon. He is Jewish by birth and I have always respected his writings .

            https://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/11/08/the-balfour-declaration-one-hundred-years-of-goyim-solitude/

          • Serious Dude

            Gilad Atzmon is a far-left anti-Zionist. I know him.

          • FlorianGeyer

            Its best you cover your eyes and ears then and continue to life in complete ignorance of other opinions then Serious.

          • MuslimJew

            Gilad Atzmon is a far-left anti-Zionist. I know him.

            Yeah, and?

          • FlorianGeyer

            ” In opposition to the Jerusalemites of the world who in the name of ‘correctness’ tell us what to say and what to think, Martin Heidegger, the Athenian, taught us that to educate is to teach others to think for themselves and how to refine the questions (as opposed to recycling answers).” Gillad Atzmon wirt reference to Martin Heidegger.

          • Serious Dude

            Gilad has its opinions. This doesn’t mean that I will agree with him.

          • FlorianGeyer

            You should take time to read Gillad’s Book ‘The Wandering Who’.
            All knowledge is relevant , even opinions you disagree with.
            Without alternative opinions ones views are those of an Echo Chamber.

          • Serious Dude

            Yeah, he is against Israel while I support Israel. I know that Israel has made crimes but still they are far better than Arab jihadists.

          • FlorianGeyer

            Whatever your opinion , a broader knowledge is gained by reading all opinions.
            I do that myself anyway.

          • Serious Dude

            What is your position? Mine is conservative on social issues and protectionist on economic issues.

          • MuslimJew

            What is your position? Mine is conservative on social issues and protectionist on economic issues.

            Nah, your “position” is on your knees with a Zionist dick in your mouth, and with your asshole winking at Palestine.

          • MuslimJew

            I know that Israel has made crimes but still they are far better than Arab jihadists.

            This is like saying: I know the child murdering Zionist squatters in Palestine are the scum of the earth but they are still far better than their victims who refuse to die silently.

          • MuslimJew

            Gilad has its opinions. This doesn’t mean that I will agree with him.

            Nah, it just means you’re a frum little israel-worshipping ziotard.

          • Omega

            What “every battle”?

            In the last three months of the British Mandate, the Zionist Jewish terrorists attacked the unarmed Muslim and Christian population to the seize 400+ of their towns and villages: https://www.scribd.com/mobile/document/349720246/Palestinian-towns-and-villages-attacked-and-seized-by-Israel-in-1948 It was planned since 1937 and after the rejection of the Peel Commission that envisioned only a small part of Palestine for the Jews.

            When the Arab armies intervened, they did so in Palestine – not IsraHell. If you believe otherwise, tell me what part granted to IsraHell by the UNSCOP was entered and attacked. To date, IsraHell cannot.

            In 1967, IsraHell attacked surrounding countries and then lied it was attacked. I can elaborate. This is now old news.

            In 1982, IsraHell illegally invaded and occupied the south of Lebanon to then be kicked out.

            In 2006, IsraHell planned a war and then waged it on Hezbollah and Lebanon. Despite having an entire Air Force, army and 15+ army reserve, IsraHell failed to dislodge Hezbollah.

          • Serious Dude

            One question. Do you support Iran or the Arabs? Because Arabs and Iranians are mortal enemies! Palestine is Jewish, Macedonia is Greek and Kosovo is Serbia. Plain and simple.

          • Omega

            Who I support is irrelevant here.

            Unlike you, I am not a vile, racist Talmudic vermin who categorizes people.

          • MuslimJew

            Palestine is Jewish, Macedonia is Greek and Kosovo is Serbia. Plain and simple.

            Palestine is Palestinian, Jews are people who practice Judaism. You are a mouth breathing Zionist simpleton.

          • Garga

            Because Arabs and Iranians are mortal enemies

            Another one of your lies. We have problems with Wahhabis and their terror exports, not Arabs. Iran has an Arab population which are among the bravest of Iran defenders. Take your lies to somewhere else.

          • Serious Dude

            Iranians and Arabs hate each other very much. This is what I have seen.

          • Garga

            What have you seen and where? I’m not letting you go without giving me the proof.

            Where is this hatred that I, an Iranian haven’t seen and you, a non-Iranian, non-Arab foreigner saw?
            Don’t you see Iran’s moral support of Yemenis (Arab) Bahrainis (Arab) helping Oman (Arab), helping Iraq (Arab), helping Lebanon, helping Syria (Arabic even in their name), good relations with Kuwait (Arab) and Qatar (Arab)?

            Or do you just prefer to listen only and only to whatever Zionists and Wahhabis say?

          • Serious Dude

            Economics and ethnic issues are different things. Iranians and Arabs are fighting each other for centuries.

          • Garga
          • Serious Dude

            This kind of stuff is getting used by crazy American troll-bots, what’s wrong with you?

          • Garga

            Yeah.
            Now the evidence?

          • Serious Dude

            Evidence of what? That Iranians are Arabs are hating each other?

          • Garga

            Evidence for:

            Iranians and Arabs hate each other very much. This is what I have seen.

          • Serious Dude
          • Garga

            Your source is quora after you furiously used Google? That’s priceless…
            Oh, your other source is a Saudi website, how convenient.

            Where have you seen this hatred? Why do you deny Iran’s very good relations with Arab countries? Aren’t Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Oman and others enough Arabic for you?
            Why do you lie so much?

          • Serious Dude

            The only evidence that you accept is the one that agrees with you. Iranians and Arabs are enemies for 1400 years. The good relations with Arab countries are for pure economic reasons.

          • Garga

            You just love your lies, don’t you? You present your proof first and then preach me if I ignored them.

            Hatred has signs, where are those? Where have you seen this hatred? Just because Zionists and Wahhabis say so?

            Oh, Iran’s helps and relations with those Arab countries for it’s selfish economic gains. good to know. SO we hate Iraqis, Syrians, Lebanese and Omanis but we have relations with them because it brings us enormous wealth. Do you even hear yourself?

            Where have you seen (that’s even more interesting) 1400 years of hatred between Iran and Arabs?

          • Serious Dude

            I get it, you accept only the proof that you like, the same thing that happens with leftist when you give them the proof that migrants make more crime. Iran has its economic ambitions just like every other country, this doesn’t mean that they like all these nations. After all, Lebanon is not Arab and Syria and Iraq is not 100% Arab. The hatred is rampant throughout history.

          • Garga

            Don’t play around. You claim something which does not exist.

            Despite all the relations between Iran and Arab countries, despite Iran having an Arab population which always defended Iran and other Iranians defended them, despite Iranians’ religion who came from Arabia, despite every single one of our prayers which is in Arabic you claim there’s a 1400 years old hatred between Iran and Arabs and “You have seen it”.
            When I ask you to show the proof, you give me Quora.

            Ah, as I suspected, Arab countries aren’t Arab enough for you. You just consider Wahhabis as Arabs. Well, in that case you’re right.

          • Serious Dude

            Because there is an Arab population in Iran doesn’t mean that Iranians and Arabs are not enemies. We have many Turks and many Turkish words in our language but we are still enemies. I have sent you an article by al-arabiya and I have read another article by foreignpolicy. Many Iranians are secretly Zoroastrians and hate Islam. I have also seen a documentary on redicecreations some years ago. Syria and Iraq has Kurdish, Turkmen and Assyrian parts while Lebanon has nothing to do with the Arab world. Oman is Ibadi, which is pro-monarchic and moderate. Wahhbism are Arabs are different things. Wahhabis are to Arabs what Puritans were to British.

          • Garga

            You just back your false claim with even more wild claims. Like a true Zionist, instead of showing the proof.
            That’s frustrating. I won’t waste more time.

          • Serious Dude

            Again, the name calling. I am not Zionist, I am pro-Zionist for geopolitical reasons.

          • MuslimJew

            On the contrary, Israel has won every battle.

            No, your precious child-murdering Zionist squatters only ever win battles against those who can’t fight back.

          • Garga

            It didn’t belong to the British to do that.

          • Serious Dude

            Yes, that area and Jordan and parts of Iraq belonged to the British.

          • Garga

            No it did not.
            Starting to educate oneself is necessary at any age. Perhaps you don’t know what a “protectorate” means.

          • Serious Dude

            Yes, it was a protectorate. But it still belonged to British.

          • Garga

            A protectorate is not one’s possession. It was not Britain’s to give and nothing can change that little fact.

          • Serious Dude

            Okay, then Palestine belongs to Turkey, not to Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

          • Garga

            To whomever it belongs, it didn’t belong to the British and it doean’t belong to Israel.

          • Serious Dude

            But it belongs to Hamas and Islamic Jihad?

          • MuslimJew

            But it belongs to Hamas and Islamic Jihad?

            Hamas are Palestinians, and Palestine belongs to all Palestinians.

            Any more stupid questions, ziotard?

          • MuslimJew

            Okay, then Palestine belongs to Turkey, not to Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

            Okay, then Palestine doesn’t belong to 3000-year-old joooooooooooooooooooooooos!!!!???

          • MuslimJew

            Yes, it was a protectorate.

            Then why did the British hold it down so your foreign zio filth could gang rape it?

            But it still belonged to British.

            Wah, you mean it doesn’t belong to 3000-year-old joooooooooooooooooooooooos!!!!???

          • Omega

            Palestine never belonged to Britain. Get your facts in order.

          • MuslimJew

            Yes, that area and Jordan and parts of Iraq belonged to the British.

            ROFL! Hold on a second, ziotard, upthread you were bleating: “Palestine is Jewish land for 3000 years!”

            So which is it, ziotard?

          • MuslimJew

            Palestine was a province of Ottoman Empire. The Ottomans lost the war
            and the British gave Palestine to the Jews. What’s the problem with
            that?

            Palestinians have lived in Palestine for millennia.The Palestinians will eventually reclaim all pof Palestine. What’s wrong with that?

        • MuslimJew

          Palestine is a place not a nation therefore there is no such thing as “Palestinians”.

          “Israel” was neither a place nor is it a “nation”, “Israel” is “Jacob” from the bible and the biblical land of Jacob is Palestine, therefore there is no such thing as “israelis”, and the Palestinians aren’t going anywhere.

  • Disgusting half-baked horrid piece of shìte postage stamp of a country.
    Should be wiped off the map if the human race is to have any claim to decency.

  • Guy

    This leaked comment reveals absolutely nothing new… Israel and Saudi are both against Iranian influence and the expansion of said influence in the Middle East, specifically in Syria and Lebanon, because it endangers Israel’s, Saudi’s and indeed other Sunni Arab country’s national interests and security… As for Israel and Saudi’s unusual cooperation, it goes back to the age old proverb: “My enemy’s enemy is my friend”.

  • Thegr8rambino

    Lol why in the world would they publish this? Oh well, I’m not too worried, i have faith that with all us here talking and sharing info, the Russian/Syrian/Iranian/Iraqi/hezb/Palestinian/Yemeni resistance will emerge victorious, once again :)))

    • BMWA1

      Well there are some good and honest journalists (good Samaritans) in Israel, it is not a monolith of lies, similarly, best accounts of Magnitsky’s wrong-coins (of Browder fame) were published in Israeli sources.

      • Garga

        True.
        As an Iranian, I find Israeli news more reliable than the American and British ones. At the least they try to keep a somewhat neutral stance, unlike anything one reads on NYT, Fox and WaPo.

      • Brother Ma

        Funny how you mention samaritans. I would suggeat that they are the only real hebrews left in the world anyway.

  • hvaiallverden

    The only thing that made me even bothering reading what an ISISraeli news site writes, was this, and its remarkable, and makes me wounder, usually, the Joojos howl in packs, like an pack of Chihuahuas, and even the MSM is howling along, but this time the counter came fast, something is coming, and I think, like the ever increasingly more bonkers UisisA that, the political leadership, is dragging them into an war they cant possibly win, aerial bombing means squat, and Lebanese can fire back to, remember, cruise missiles, against planet sized targets, you simply cant miss.

    But, I may becoming soft, this Time, ISISrael, despite the cock sure drivel served in the commentary fields, in the Wankeestan MSM, the silence covering this in Europa, despite the French/Italian/EU/Norway etc. etc, the Generals knows that this war will be your last one, only thru peace and justice can ISISrael prevail, war, and you will be gone, or smacked and spanked back to the 67 line, if anything

    Free Palestina

    peace

  • AMHants

    It does not make sense. If that was the case, then why would most of the friends of the Israel Government, Genie Energy and those connected to the investers of the Qatar to Euroe Pipeline (or is it now Israel to Europe), be held in the 4.5* Carlton-Ritz Saudi Prison?

    • FlorianGeyer

      Historians of this period in the next decade will struggle to see any logic in the actions of the Israeli/US axis that bought about their demise in the Middle East I think.

      • AMHants

        It is the same story that runs century from century. The same old crowd behind it all and will there be many historians left, who look at two sides of the story, rather than just the lines they have been fed?

        • FlorianGeyer

          If I try to be positive about the future historical record, I think that in an ever joined up world the records will contain descriptions from many sources and that pure false narratives will be acknowledged as a product of Hysteria and not a fair and true record of actual History.

          • AMHants

            What has put me off historian and their take on events, are mainly the ones that are used today. Bearing in mind I am talking about UK Historians. Listening to their views on things and then noticing how much they have left out, that does not follow the correct narrative. Also, there links to say Cambridge or Oxford and again, what comes out of those Universities and where there loyalties lie.

            I cannot explain it, apart from two people, different points of view, will write a biography on a particular person. Both biographies will be factual, despite either side leaving out what does not fit their particular viewpoint. Somewhere in the middle, they will meet.

            Using an example, an Indian historian would write a completely different version of say Winston Churchill, as an Oxford Educated Historian. Wouldn’t it be nice, if in the future, we can read events of today, from various historians, educated in completely different nations.

            Or am I just being cynical?

          • FlorianGeyer

            Although we and many many more in the world are indeed cynical of those who rule over us , our cynicism has certainly been shown to be justified.

            If media information of today’s conflicts were only available to us via the one sided content of news feed that was only available to our relations who lived through past conflicts , our perception of ‘reality’ would accord more with the ‘official narrative’.

            The 1st Gulf war will likely be recorded as the event where de facto Western MSM censorship to accord with the official narrative Deep State was the Watershed of State Propaganda Power .

            To coin a phrase from RT.
            ‘We have all questioned more’

          • AMHants

            Yep, agree with you. Think in my clumsy reply, I was trying to say something similar and fully agree with more than one form of media, to check up on facts.

          • FlorianGeyer

            Indeed. We today are privileged living in a period where information exchange is as dangerous to all the worlds kleptocracy as the invention of printing press was to the Authority of the Church in Europe.

            “Johannes Gutenberg was the German goldsmith who invented the printing press in the mid-15th century. … The printing press is considered one of the most significant inventions of the Middle Ages because, like nothing before, it enabled the fast flow of information and lead to the spread of new ideas.”

  • john

    When all is said and done, Syria and Iraq, Lebanon, Libya and Yemen, too will be totally reunited. The Americans will be kicked out just like they were in in Vietnam. The USI ( United States of Israel) .is good only for land stealing and murdering humanity. More and more, the world is waking up to this vulgar, disgusting lot that still wields a bit of power, but power that is rapidly diminishing. Bless Russia. It is that nation that saved our planet from the Nazis, nobody else. They lost 27 million people in that war, while other nations lost a few hundred thousand. And nobody ever thanked them for the incredible sacrifice. Now, once again, they come to the battlefield to save us from those they saved in the last world war , , , the Zionists and the Americans. And to think that I supported that greedy bunch of murderers at one time! Thank God, my eyes were opened. And the Saudis! Just a pathetic bunch of materialistic idiots that think they have some say in the world’s affairs. They, too, now are slaves to the Israeli hogs that cause so much suffering in our world and also have a depraved love for killing children and selling their body parts.
    Check this video out. .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nV4KlB48HA
    It’s a billion dollar a year profit for the Israelis and so is the ongoing promotion of the Holocaust. Oh, how they love money!

  • Omega

    IsraHell and KSA needs to be annihiliated. Only then will their masters in Britain understand once for all.

    • Tiresia Branding

      ot(?):
      Imam Tirmidhi(d.279/857) has narrated that the prophet Muhammad said,
      “Son of Maryam (Mary) will kill the Dajjal at the door of LUD.” Imam Tirmidhi(d.279/857) then said “This is an authentic Hadith.”

      well, I discover there was a Ludgate in London, exactly in the City… just next zionists financial and masonic centrals

      • Omega

        I am not Muslim but I hope the Hadith is accurate.

        p.s. I don’t know if there is a relation but ”Lud” or “Loud” is also what the Romans called the Jews.

        • Brother Ma

          Also a ciry in palestine, lydda or lod now!

        • Tiresia Branding

          interesting… thanks

  • John

    A lot of folks cracking up lately. It seems like something is changing.

  • gustavo

    Have you notice that Turkey, with the agreement with Russia about the pipe line and S-400, has neutralized Russia about Turkey actions in Syria ? Have you notice that Saudi Arabia with its contracts with Russia and mutual visits could neutralized Russia for Saudis to make war in Lebano or Iran ? I hope Russia is not falling in a huge well planned trap.

    • George King

      No, never forget Russia has realized that to protect the fatherland there can be no terrorist avenue through the ME/Asia to Russia. Europe’s energy as well as commerce trade needs’ depend on peace and trade with Russia. Although this has been downplayed by bureaucrats of the EU and NATO organizations, the sun rises every morning as truth can not be controlled by the “Ministry of Truth” or transnational criminal cabals.

      In observing current events (wars and rumors of wars) the message has been consistent although ignored by the enemies of Russia who have their own modeus operandi which will not stand (pillage & plunder to include Russia).

    • Tommy Jensen

      No trap, but they could have agreed a plan.
      Like this: Saudi Coalition attack Lebanon, after bombing south Lebanon to stoneage, Russia come to the rescue and save the crumbs and survial of Lebanon.
      Same but much more dangerous against Iran.
      The outcome to weaken and soften both Lebanon and Iran to let the big players get the overhand in these countries.

      But personally I dont think so, other than US need constant tensions in the area in order to have an excuse to glue themself to the country.

  • RichardD

    I don’t think that the removal of a Saudi friendly PM from Lebanon is any great loss. And if the purge in SA results in a less war and terror inclined leadership there, then that’s a good thing. The hasbara chatter is just more same o same o from the baby rapers who need to exit gracefully into the anals of history as one more inactive pedophile cult.

  • AlexanderAmproz

    Meanwhile the World human folly sickness is going to erased the Human “Specie”
    https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/11/06/the-ecosystem-is-breaking-down/

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    The Ecosystem is Breaking Down

    by ROBERT HUNZIKER

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    Photo by Richard Allaway | Public Domain

    The ecosystem is the quintessential essence of life on our planet, and this crucial life system is showing signs of breaking down. It is likely a more pressing problem than climate change. Time will tell but time is short.

    The ecosystem consists of all living organisms that interact with nonliving components like air, water, and soil contained within the biosphere, which extends from the bottom of the oceans to the top of the mountains. Although unannounced by authorities or professional orgs, it is already becoming evident that the ecosystem is breaking down. Alas, it’s our only ecosystem.

    The evidence is too prevalent to ignore. For example, when (1) abundance of insects plummets by 75%, and (2) tropical rainforests mysteriously emit CO2, and (3) Mt Everest’s snow is too toxic to pass EPA drinking water standards, and (4) squid at 1,000 fathoms carry toxic furniture protection chemicals, and (5) ocean oxygen production plummets, then something is wrong, horribly, horribly, horribly wrong. But, nobody has announced it. Global warming gets all of the attention.

    All of which begs the question: What does it take to determine when the ecosystem is losing it? After all, it surely looks like it is doing exactly that. For example, the loss of 75% of insect abundance in a landmark study in Germany (referenced in prior articles) released only last month is enough, all by itself, to indicate an extinction event is in the works. That is a monstrous wake up call.

    Equally horrifying, recent studies show tropical rainforests emitting more CO2 than automobiles, which is kinda like getting hit repeatedly in the head with a wooden two-by-four, a deadly serious wake up call that says the planet is breaking down.

    As for the rainforest research: A 12-year study claims the world’s tropical rainforests have reversed gears. Instead of absorbing CO2, as they have forever and ever and ever, serving as a carbon sink, they are emitting CO2 into the atmosphere. It’s not supposed to work that way. (Source: A. Baccini, et al, Tropical Forests are a Net Carbon Source Based on Aboveground Measurements of Gain and Loss, Science, Vol. 358, Issue 6360, pp. 230-234, October 13, 2017)

    “The forest is not doing what we thought it was doing,” said Alessandro Baccini, who is one of the lead authors of the research team from Woods Hole Research Center and Boston University. “As always, trees are removing carbon from the atmosphere, but the volume of the forest is no longer enough to compensate for the losses. The region is not a sink any more.” (Source: Jonathan Watts, Alarm as Study Reveals World’s Tropical Forests are Huge Carbon Emission Source, The Guardian, Sept. 28, 2017) The “region is not a sink any more” is almost impossible to accept. How can it be true?

    Rainforests competing head-to-head with automobiles for most excessive CO2 emissions is a real shocker, a haunting sign of ill-fated climate change. Who would’ve ever thought? It seems as improbable as the Sun shutting down. It is a spine-chilling signal that the ecosystem is really, truly in trouble. What to do?

    Not only is the ecosystem exhibiting undue stress, human health is under attack like never before. Using a baseline year of 1975, observed case counts of cancer are up 76.6% to 193%, depending upon race. As such, Wall Street has discovered a new growth vehicle in biotechnology companies searching for answers to cancer. Nearly 50 new cancer cases are diagnosed in the time it takes (15 minutes) to read this article. These days everybody knows somebody who has been stricken. It’s the leading cause of death worldwide, and one can only wonder and speculate that ecosystem carnage and the cancer epidemic seem to go hand in hand. Ergo, whatever’s poisoning the ecosystem is the most important issue of the 21st century.

    The following quote from Julian Cribb’s Surviving the 21st Century (Springer Int’l Publishing, Switzerland 2017) likely tells the story:

    “The evidence that we ourselves— along with our descendants, potentially for the rest of history— are at risk from the toxic flood we have unleashed is piling up in literally tens of thousands of peer-reviewed scientific research reports. Despite this mass of evidence, the public in most countries is only dimly aware, or even largely unaware of what is being done to them. The reason is twofold: First, most of these reports are buried in scientific journals, written in the arcane and inaccessible language used by specialists. The public may hear a little about certain chemical categories of concern, like pesticides and food additives, or the ‘dirty dozen’ (Stockholm C0nvention 2013) industrial super-poisons, or ‘air pollution’ in general. However, these represent only a scant few pixels in a much larger image now amassing in the scientific literature of tens of thousands of potentially harmful substances which are disseminating worldwide. Second, the proportion of chemicals which have been well-tested for human safety is quite small…” Ibid, page 108.

    In short, humanity is poisoning itself with a massive flood of chemicals all across the world, dripping wet with toxicity. It’s little wonder the ecosystem is breaking down under the venom of peacetime chemical warfare. Is it any wonder that insect abundance suddenly plummets by 75%, which is defined, by any book, as an extinction event? People need insects a lot more than insects need people. Eighty percent (80%) of all the world’s plants are angiosperms, dependent upon pollination. No plants, no survival.

    According to a United Nations study, most chemicals are never screened for health concerns, and WWF Global claims only 14% of chemicals used in largest volume have minimum data available for initial safety assessments. Yet, the FDA carefully scrutinizes drugs that are used to combat malfunctions like cancer, like Parkinson’s that may be caused by failure to regulate chemicals in the environment in the first place. After all, the chemicals become part of the living ecosystem!

    Over time as the public wises up, it’ll be surprising if people do not come to arms over the failure of government to protect life, its ultimate responsibility. The ecosystem breaking down is too serious to avoid responsibility. It does not happen on its own.

    As it happens, the deadly combination of global warming, which may be beyond control, and toxic chemicals, which are all over creation in all quarters, destroys the ecosystem in a slow death march by a thousand cuts, until, similar to Rachel Carson’s idyllic American town in her landmark book Silent Spring, it suddenly experiences a “strange blight,” leaving a swathe of inexplicable illnesses, birds found dead, farm animals unable to reproduce, and fruitless apple trees, an eerie lifelessness, yet unannounced, suddenly happening out of the blue. Like General Custer’s troops, caught flat-footed, it’s over so quickly.

    Ignorance of the breadth and depth and mass of our toxic chemical planet will be no excuse when Rachel Carson’s “strange blight” suddenly hits hard because ignorance is never an excuse, especially with life and death at hand.

  • Eric Blust

    Long story short.. the past king of saudi arabia was a whobiest, he was sick, instead of giving the kingdom to his son, he picked his brother, Salmon, a Suni… this pissed off his son and this pissed off Iran aka the shites… so there has been a purge and a power vaccum… the rest is conspiracy. This is crazy. Totally crazy. But it might be more believable than what we’ve been told.
    Vegas Shooter Update??? You decide!!! An incredible but seriously believable motive.
    Bottom line – It looks like the same players that gave us 9/11 in Saudi Arabia gave us the Vegas massacre. – Nick
    From Jo Anne Moretti.
    Last night, I was on radio discussing the Las Vegas shooting and the connection to what is happening in Saudi Arabia.
    They are connected.
    I’ll start at the beginning.
    There was a King Fasal who had a son, Prince Alwaleed, been Talal.
    King Fasal took ill and named his brother Salman as king in his place.
    King Salman has named his so an heir to the throne, instead of his brther’s son Prince Al Waleed.
    Al Waleed is a Wahabbi. Salman is Suni.
    Wahabbi is extreme Islam.
    Salman wanted a more modern, non extreme Islam for Saudi.That’s why he named his own son as heir.
    In Las Vegas, Prince Al Waleed owned the upper floors of the Mandalyn Bay resort, including the 32nd floor.that was one of the points of shooting at the strip.
    I say one of the places, because the witnesses were all correct. There were other locations too.
    The Mandalyn Bay has a heli pad on the roofd. That is important, because that was the escape route after the carnage.
    Paddock was a pilot. He was also a gun runner between the Phillipines and the US.
    He was running guns for Prince Al Waleed.
    He didn’t win at the casino. Those millions came from smuggling.
    On the night of the attack, I found out that King Salman was in Las Vegas. (I didn’t know that part until after the show and I received a missing piece of info.
    Salman was at the Tropicana.
    The FBI knew Paddock was running guns.
    They were tipped off.
    They didn’t know there was going to be an assassination attempt on Salman by Al Waleed just down the strip.
    Paddock brought the guns as he usually did.
    Instead of getting paid this time, he was killed.
    He was victim one.
    The guns were used to shoot at the country music venue.
    That was to create chaos and distract from the real target over at the Tropicana.
    Al Waleed’s assassins shot from Mandalay bay, but they also were at the Tropicana trying to kill Salman.
    That explains why there were shooters on the ground as well as in the air.
    Remember the vids of the helicopter fly over.
    I asked why a helicopter would be there when there was a shooter high up.
    It wasn’t news, or cops.
    It was the assassins who ran up the stairs to the roof from the 32nd floor.
    Remember they sealed the door to the stairwell?
    Paddock had access to the service elevator, because the boss said he could use the elevator.
    Nobody questioned him.
    Meanwhile the assassination attempt on Salman failed.
    Now we are seeing the result of the failed attempt.
    It was not only an assassination attempt and a terror attack, but an attempted coup in Saudi.
    This is why everyone shut up in Las Vegas.
    The response is still ongoing.
    You are watching it play out.
    As I said, I spoke on air about this.
    I will post links in comments to prove my story.
    Las Vegas was definitely a terror attack.
    Paddock was the gun runner.
    Al Waleed, the owner of the suite was who is behind all of it.
    All the witnesses citing multiple shooters all told the truth.
    There were shootouts along the strip and in Mandalay Bay & Tropicana hotels.
    The reason nobody is talking is it’s not over yet.This. This is crazy. Totally crazy. But it might be more believable than what we’ve been told.
    Vegas Shooter Update??? You decide!!! An incredible but seriously believable motive.
    Bottom line – It looks like the same players that gave us 9/11 in Saudi Arabia gave us the Vegas massacre. – Nick
    From Jo Anne Moretti.
    Last night, I was on radio discussing the Las Vegas shooting and the connection to what is happening in Saudi Arabia.
    They are connected.
    I’ll start at the beginning.
    There was a King Fasal who had a son, Prince Alwaleed, been Talal.
    King Fasal took ill and named his brother Salman as king in his place.
    King Salman has named his so an heir to the throne, instead of his brther’s son Prince Al Waleed.
    Al Waleed is a Wahabbi. Salman is Suni.
    Wahabbi is extreme Islam.
    Salman wanted a more modern, non extreme Islam for Saudi.That’s why he named his own son as heir.
    In Las Vegas, Prince Al Waleed owned the upper floors of the Mandalyn Bay resort, including the 32nd floor.that was one of the points of shooting at the strip.
    I say one of the places, because the witnesses were all correct. There were other locations too.
    The Mandalyn Bay has a heli pad on the roofd. That is important, because that was the escape route after the carnage.
    Paddock was a pilot. He was also a gun runner between the Phillipines and the US.
    He was running guns for Prince Al Waleed.
    He didn’t win at the casino. Those millions came from smuggling.
    On the night of the attack, I found out that King Salman was in Las Vegas. (I didn’t know that part until after the show and I received a missing piece of info.
    Salman was at the Tropicana.
    The FBI knew Paddock was running guns.
    They were tipped off.
    They didn’t know there was going to be an assassination attempt on Salman by Al Waleed just down the strip.
    Paddock brought the guns as he usually did.
    Instead of getting paid this time, he was killed.
    He was victim one.
    The guns were used to shoot at the country music venue.
    That was to create chaos and distract from the real target over at the Tropicana.
    Al Waleed’s assassins shot from Mandalay bay, but they also were at the Tropicana trying to kill Salman.
    That explains why there were shooters on the ground as well as in the air.
    Remember the vids of the helicopter fly over.
    I asked why a helicopter would be there when there was a shooter high up.
    It wasn’t news, or cops.
    It was the assassins who ran up the stairs to the roof from the 32nd floor.
    Remember they sealed the door to the stairwell?
    Paddock had access to the service elevator, because the boss said he could use the elevator.
    Nobody questioned him.
    Meanwhile the assassination attempt on Salman failed.
    Now we are seeing the result of the failed attempt.
    It was not only an assassination attempt and a terror attack, but an attempted coup in Saudi.
    This is why everyone shut up in Las Vegas.
    The response is still ongoing.
    You are watching it play out.
    As I said, I spoke on air about this.
    I will post links in comments to prove my story.
    Las Vegas was definitely a terror attack.
    Paddock was the gun runner.
    Al Waleed, the owner of the suite was who is behind all of it.
    All the witnesses citing multiple shooters all told the truth.
    There were shootouts along the strip and in Mandalay Bay & Tropicana hotels.
    The reason nobody is talking https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/22db2a5a7a08303f81edfcfb9f3f6a08e26cf1aa5aebdf0a6be8d5dc5321cdab.jpg