WW3 coming along right on schedule: UPDATE


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All this hitting when I have never been more distrustful of the direction (or lack thereof) of the GB (which I don't share with anyone) The GB will have their gigantic farms and water wells, hospital and helpers. They are prepared for hardship. Must be nice.


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All this hitting when I have never been more distrustful of the direction (or lack thereof) of the GB (which I don't share with anyone) The GB will have their gigantic farms and water wells, hospital and helpers. They are prepared for hardship. Must be nice.
Didn't they get rid of all the farms and animals a long time ago though?


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Well, Iran is buddies with Russia. If Israel (currently globalist ally) were to try a preemptive strike against Iran they would be swiftly vaporized. Note: Russia has first strike capabilities but the US and Europe do not - makes us all sitting ducks if they go first. There is a growing list of countries that see the globalist countries as the Seat of Evil and are cheering the Russians on to eliminate the "problem"... Besides, the west vaccinated all of its soldiers, Russia did not use the infamous mRNA so...


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New Legislation Will Join Missile Defense Of Israel & Gulf States Against Iran​

Lawmakers with the bipartisan Abraham Accords Caucus have introduced a bill in the House and Senate that will require the Pentagon to coordinate missile defense upgrades for Israel and several newfound Arab allies, pointing to potential “attacks from Iran.”

Unveiled on Thursday, the Deterring Enemy Forces and Enabling National Defenses (DEFEND) Act would instruct the secretary of defense to “develop an acquisition approach” to improve anti-air weapons for a number of Middle Eastern states, among them Israel, Iraq, Jordan, Egypt and the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council.

The legislation will aim to “implement an integrated and missile defense capability to protect the people, infrastructure and territory of such countries from cruise and ballistic missiles, manned and unmanned aerial systems and rocket attacks from Iran and groups linked to Iran.”

If passed, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will be required to submit a report to Congress within 180 days on the current defense capabilities of the states in question and how they could be improved.

Announced by Republican Senator Joni Ernst, the bill marks the first piece of legislation brought by the Abraham Accords Caucus, a bipartisan bloc within the House and Senate created to “build on the success” of a series of agreements struck between Israel and Arab nations starting in 2020. The senator claimed the law would help to contain Iranian proxy groups, which she said were targeting innocent civilians and “pose a persistent threat to our homeland.”

Though Ernst acknowledged most Americans are fed up with decades of armed intervention in the Middle East, she argued that “radical Islamic terror” continues to menace the United States, saying terrorism “can only be deterred and denied if American allies and partners in the Middle East step up and take on the threat posed by Iran.”

According to Democratic Senator Jacky Rosen, the bill has the endorsement of several pro-Israel groups and hawkish think tanks, including the Anti-Defamation League, AIPAC, the American Jewish Committee, CUFI Action, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), the American Jewish Congress, the Atlantic Council and the Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA).

In backing the legislation, the neoconservative-leaning FDD said Washington should “continue to initiate, develop and enhance military to military relationships between the US, Israel and other US allies and partners in the region” as an “extension” of the Abraham Accords.

Kicked off with a US-brokered normalization deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates in 2020, the Accords have since been joined by Bahrain, Egypt, Morocco and Sudan, each agreeing to establish diplomatic and economic ties with Tel Aviv after decades of enmity.

Though the new bill is largely concerned with Iran, some countries slated to receive increased US military assistance have been accused of backing jihadist militant groups in the past, chief among them Saudi Arabia. Few of the 10 states named in the law could qualify as democracies, moreover, putting it at odds with President Joe Biden’s frequent lip service to the importance of ‘democratic values.’


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Syria Halts Flights As Latest Israeli Airstrikes Hit Damascus International Airport​

Not for the first time, Syria has been forced to halt all flights from its largest commercial international airport following fresh Israeli airstrikes.

"Syria on Friday halted flights to and from Damascus International Airport, the transport ministry said, after Israeli airstrikes damaged a runway, according to sources," the AFP reports.

Damascus International Airport, via AFP
Syrian officials said the temporary "suspension of incoming and outgoing flights through Damascus International Airport" was due to "technical disruptions" - however airport sources acknowledged that an early morning Israeli attack had "affected" the airport.

"We had to postpone all flights for at least 48 hours and some flights have been rerouted through Aleppo airport," the airport source told AFP.

Israel media sources are saying that a broader Israeli strike at dawn on Syria's south aimed to disrupt 'Iranian assets' embedded with Syria's military.

"A war monitor said the Israeli strikes targeted warehouses used by Iranian militias in the vicinity of the Damascus International Airport, citing sources that said three sites were damaged," Israel's Haaretz newspaper reports.

Further, the pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights claimed that some members of the Iranian militias present in the vicinity of the airstrikes were wounded. Regional gulf sources claimed that 'Iranian weapons shipments' were struck, but no details or confirmation have been made available.

⚡🇸🇾 Syrian military source said that approximately at 4:00 a.m. the Israeli Air Forces carried out air strikes from the direction of the #Golan_Heights. The rockets were aimed at several targets south of the city of #Damascus #Syria #Israel pic.twitter.com/90PCHzvfBy
— SMM Syria (@smmsyria) June 10, 2022
This week, and following a prior Israeli strike on Syria, the Russia joined Syria's air force in a rare joint patrol and exercise:

The ministry said two Russian SU-35 fighter jets and six Syrian MiG-23 and MiG-29 aircraft simulated facing “hostile” warplanes and drones. Syrian pilots dealt with them with cover and support from the Russian warplanes, it said.
“All illusive targets were monitored and completely destroyed while aerial targets were hit at night for the first time,” the Syrian Defense Ministry said in a statement. It also released a video of the warplanes that it said took part in the drill.
While Russia has in the past years of war provided Damascus with S-300 missile systems, it has typically not engaged Israel - but has in the last month stepped up warnings against Israeli overreaching in its purported 'anti-Iranian' operations over Syria.


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Russians are moving troops to Nicaragua.