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False flags flying in Middle East to inflame a global catastrophe

WEF puppets inciting a climate for a world at war

By Steve HarrisonPublished 4 months ago 6 min read
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I woke up yesterday to the heartbreaking news that the United States and United Kingdom had been stepping up their efforts to foment the outbreak of World War III by mercilessly bombing targets in Iraq and Syria. The weather outside sounded frightful and in Cardiff later in the day Wales’ Six Nations campaign would kick off against Scotland at the Principality Stadium.

And so began an internal quandary about whether to remain at home to vent my anger at the lunacy in the world, and how the Middle East is being used to instigate a global conflict, sat in front of my keyboard in a comfortable flat or whether to brave the miserable conditions outside to join the all-too frequent Saturday humanitarian crusade in solidarity for the people of Palestine that would be taking place later in a city filled with desensitised rugby revellers.

Stupidly I laboured over the dilemma for much of the morning but, having written an article the day before about Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters’ awakening to the humanitarian tragedy in Palestine, I thought of some wise advice he’d received from his mother when he was a teenager.

He too was labouring over some decision and his mother took him aside and told him to read up on the matter causing his dilemma from all sides, those he agreed with and those he didn’t. When Waters asked her how that would help she explained that by doing so he’d instinctively arrive at a point where he knew what the right course of action for him was.

So I decided to employ this strategy to help me reach my decision, but there was nothing to read up about, I already knew the facts. It was just a case of going through them in my head to determine what was the right thing to do... although I also sought the words of advice from a friend who's been a great support as the tragedy in Palestine has unfolded over the past five months.

And it helped, talking it through with myself revealed what the only course of action was for me… which was to make sure I was on the 10.47 bus to Cardiff to arrive in time for the march from the Aneurin Bevan statue on Queen Street across the city to the BBC offices on Wood Street. And, standing at the bus stop in Barry, the rain and wind having eased significantly, I instantly knew I’d reached the right outcome.

On arrival in Queen Street the doubts crept in again though as I sidestepped the hordes of rugby zombies and saw only a small gathering beside Bevan’s statue. But that assembly soon grew to a formidable number, considering the weather and rugby match in Cardiff, and I was incredibly heartened to see the face of one of the crusade stalwarts entering the crowd.

The previous Saturday, he and some of his closest friends had not been present at the march, as they had a more pressing engagement to attend in Swansea… the funeral of his three-year-old son who had sadly passed away the day before as a result of a rare autoimmune condition.

Once again I was sure I’d made the right decision, which was made unequivocal by the opening address by Nizar Dahan, who explained that despite his great sadness at the loss of his son he still thought during the funeral about how incredibly lucky he was compared to the families suffering the inhumanity of Israel’s campaign of genocide in Gaza.

The previous Saturday, while his son was being laid to rest, he thought about how grateful he was to have had as much time as he’d had with him and how he was able to bury him, intact, at a place where he will always be able to go to remember the happiness of their time together when he misses him the most.

Nizar Dahan, top centre, during Saturday's humanitarian crusade in solidarity with Palestine

He talked about how important it was to give his son a dignified send off to the life beyond with his family and closest friends beside him… just simple things that provide us all with comfort during times of incredible grief, but the humanity that the amazing people of Palestine are being deprived of by a heartless Israeli regime and its backers, which I’m deeply saddened to say includes the UK.

I’m also sad to say that my internal dilemmas will no doubt continue now that Joe “Say It Ain’t So” Biden and Rishi “the Zionheart” Sunak have decided to stop waiting for these peaceful worldwide protests in support of Palestine to become inflamed to give them the excuse they’re looking for to start their global conflict. Instead they’re trying to get it going now by acts of unfounded aggression against Palestine’s Middle Eastern neighbours in Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Sudan and next Iran.

Zionists and the mainstream media will tell you that Hamas, an organisation bankrolled to power in Gaza by Israel and infiltrated by them to keep the genocide rolling, are the terrorists but don’t fall for it for one second… the monsters are the members of Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud regime that makes no secret of its desire to raise Gaza to the ground and “cleanse” it of the Palestinian people who have called it home for centuries, long before the 1917 Balfour Declaration and the 1933 Haavara Agreement paved the way for an Israeli state.

That regime is supported unquestioningly by the US, UK and the rest of the World Economic Forum (WEF) stooges in Europe, Canada and Australia...their mission is WW III and the Middle East the catalyst to turn the insanity into overdrive.

So it was that this morning brought even more sadness with the news that the war mongers in Washington and London approved attacks on at least 30 Houthi targets in Yemen yesterday too, following those that had taken place in Iraq and Syria late on Friday night.

The strikes by ships and fighter jets unleashed on Yemen, Syria and Iraq were allegedly in retaliation for the deaths of three US military personnel in Jordan last weekend blamed on “Iran-backed militias and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard” allegedly responsible for the drone strike that killed them.

And US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin said the military action against Yemen “sends a clear message to the Houthis that they will continue to bear further consequences if they do not end their illegal attacks on international shipping and naval vessels”.

On Friday the US claimed to have shot down seven drones launched from Houthi-controlled parts of Yemen into the Red Sea and another fired in the Gulf of Aden, while US forces were also said to have taken out four drones that had been prepared to launch. And, hours before the latest joint operation yesterday, the US also attacked a site in Yemen and allegedly destroyed six anti-ship cruise missiles.

Following the military personnel’s deaths at the Tower 22 base in Jordan, near the border with Syria, last weekend the US warned its response would not be limited to one night, one target or one group… with the Houthis being a key target since the false-flag attack on 7 October last year that provided the excuse for Israel’s campaign of genocide in Gaza to begin.

According to the US war mongering the strikes on Yemen are part of a broader message to Iran that Washington holds it responsible for arming, funding and training militias such as Hezbollah in Lebanon, Hamas in Gaza, the Islamic Resistance in Iraq and the Houthis in Yemen.

But what upsets the WEF-globalists most is that the Houthis’ intervention has forced shipping companies to reroute their vessels from the Red Sea to travel around Africa through the Cape of Good Hope – a much longer, costlier and less efficient passage.

Following the incident in Jordan the IRNA news agency, citing the country’s permanent mission to the United Nations, reported that Iran denied any involvement in the incident, with Tehran calling the accusations of involvement “baseless”.

Iranian foreign ministry spokesperson Nasser Kanaani said in a statement on Monday that “regional resistance” groups do not take orders from Iran. “We believe the region does not need more tension or a new war,” he said.

But such talk does not equate with the globalist agenda to stir up WW III and so the false-flag narrative is sent flying into Yemen, Iraq and Syria after also being raised in Jordan, Lebanon and Sudan.

The globalist propaganda is diaphanous though, as crystal clear as the ice that runs through the veins of Netanyahu, Biden, Austin, Sunak and all the other WEF puppets in complicit governments from the Americas and Europe to the Far East.

We are being shunted down a road to perdition, the terrorists are Israel, the US, UK and their cohorts around the globe… they are the ones gunning for war but it’s misguided gullible souls who will pay the price for their shameless inhumanity... I hope you’re not one of them!

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Steve Harrison

From Covid to the Ukraine and Gaza... nothing is as it seems in the world. Don't just accept the mainstream brainwashing, open your eyes to the bigger picture at the heart of these globalist agendas.

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