Veterans Today By Jonas E. Alexis Posted Sun., June 11, 2017
Go to any of the major cities in America and start interviewing people about what they think when they hear the word “war.” They will almost certainly mention things like the Vietnam War, World War I, and World War II. And who were the good guys?
Of course, that would be the United States! Here are subtle questions you should ask: is there such a thing called psychological or covert war? Is it possible that the Israeli regime has been supporting terrorism since 1948 in order to advance their ideological principles?
If you move on to ask questions about Osama bin Laden, virtually everyone will say that he was the terrorist who was an accomplice in the 9/11 attack.
But if you ask them about Rabbi and terrorist Meir Kahane, virtually everyone will say that they don’t know a damn thing about him. This is largely because the Zionist media and the Neocons do not want the masses to know the truth about Israel’s terrorist activities.
As former Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky would have put it, it is one of the skillful ways the Israeli regime has constantly used to deceive much of the world.] The Israeli regime even recruited former Nazis in their covert operation, despite the fact that they have convinced the entire world that Nazis are really bad people.
One ought not to be surprised that Israel is supporting ISIS/al-Qaeda/al-Nusra/Daesh in the Middle East. As we have shown in numerous articles, they have admitted exactly that.
The question before us now is this: who is responsible for the recent terrorist attack in Iran? Sure, ISIS took the blame. But who paid the bills? Well, the evidence is not out yet, but there are certain principles we can articulate.
We know for certain that Israel hates Iran and has relentlessly accused them of building nuclear bombs—a categorical lie. We know that Benjamin Netanyahu himself wanted the United States to get into a conflict with Iran. We know that he constantly lies about the country. In fact, lying seems to be his kosher food.
We also know that ISIS has never wanted to get into a conflict with Israel. Even a Zionist outlet like Newsweek has reported that “Fighters loyal to the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) have apologized for launching an attack on Israeli forces last year in the disputed Golan Heights region, according to Israel’s former defense minister.”
ISIS, as we all know by now, is fighting Israel’s enemy in Syria. And Israeli officials have responded by giving those terrorist organizations enough support to stay alive in the battleground.
So, whether the Israeli regime likes it or not, they are largely responsible for the attack in Iran. The recent attack also exposes the stupid idea that Iran is sponsoring terrorism throughout the Middle East and elsewhere.