By Bill White —
“That’s why some in Syria joke, how can you say that Al-Qaeda doesn’t have an air force? They have the Israeli air force,” Syrian President Bashar Assad joked recently.
Mossad agents danced with joy when their September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks succeeded in destroying America’s World Trade Center towers, and their love of terrorism hasn’t diminished a bit since then.
Concerned about the restoration of Assad’s power in eastern Syria, the Israelis are now providing direct aid to al Qaeda’s Nusra Front.
A recent Wall Street Journal article highlighted this support, which has extended to allowing injured al Qaeda fighters attempting to hold the area immediately across the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. In fact, Zionist support of al Qaeda and the Islamic State (ISIS) has been so strong that one Journal columnist offered that it seemed the Zionists and America were now fighting on opposite sides of the same war.
America has backed an Iranian-led offensive against ISIS in Iraq, part of a broader easing of tensions between Iran and the Obama regime. But the Israelis believe that their prime enemy in the Middle East is Iran and Shi’ite Islam, a view shared by ISIS Caliph al-Baghdadi. This alignment of interests has led Israel to provide material and organizational support to both al Qaeda and ISIS, in furtherance of the Yinon Plan, a 1982 blueprint for fundamentally changing the Middle East by placing a Sunni caliphate between Syria and Iran.
In 2013, Zionist support for al Qaeda extended to providing the chemical weapons used in Syria in an attempt to draw American intervention into the war there. It also provided the false radio intercepts used to blame the chemical attacks on Assad.
Israel’s attacks on Assad are part of a larger Zionist war against Russia, which has included the bogus Ukrainian coup that brought the Western-backed Petro Oleksiyovych Poroshenko and his allies to power. International Zionism has been attempting to corner Russia, one of the last free nations, by subverting Georgia and Ukraine and backing Islamic rebels in Chechnya for 20 years. Syria is a close Russian ally.
What remains to be seen is how the inevitable confrontation between America and Zionist war aims will play out. As in Afghanistan, where the United States first waged war against the Taliban but then was forced to normalize and accept it, the most likely outcome is official U.S. acceptance of the legitimacy of al Qaeda and ISIS—all confused by continued Israeli prattling about the dangers of the non-existent doctrine of “Islamism” and pleas for greater “multiculturalism.”
The Israelis are able to achieve these reversals through the domination of the U.S. media, which keeps the entire U.S. population trapped inside a perpetual electronic hallucination. In this alternate reality, what one believes only matters insofar as it is what one is being told to believe at that moment.
Bill White is a freelance journalist and publisher based in Virginia. He has also written articles for THE BARNES REVIEW (TBR) magazine. Bill is also the author of a new book entitled National Socialism: Yesterday & Today. Proceeds go to White’s legal defense fund.