Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Britain’s Mirror reports today on “bizarre claims” that a “Biblical storm cloud of dust and rain [has been] ‘sent by God to put a barrier between Israel and ISIS’”.
The huge storm allegedly stopped on the border of Syria, and was “unable” to enter Israel’s [sic] Golan Heights region.
Footage of the strange weather phenomenon was uploaded to Facebook by Israel News Online.
They claimed that the storm was an act of God, or “divine intervention” to protect Israelis from the notorious terror group.
It is believed that the storm occurred last Thursday, December 1, at around 8am.
On Facebook, Israel News Online wrote: “A weather phenomenon occurred at 8am Thursday on the other side of the Syrian border, in the same place where ISIS attacked Israel.
This strange storm of what appears to be dust, cloud and rain did NOT cross the border fence into Israel. It sat like a barrier between ISIS and Israel.”
Disagreements persist among Talmudic scholars as to why precisely Islamic State forces could not simply mount an attack when the weather is more accommodating.
Foul though ISIS fell of Yahweh’s favor in the Golan Heights, the Almighty appears to have been less particular about allowing Dick Cheney, Rupert Murdoch, and Lord Jacob Rothschild access to the resources of this same region, as Business Insider related in 2013:
Israel has granted a U.S. company the first license to explore for oil and gas in the occupied Golan Heights […]
A local subsidiary of the New York-listed company Genie Energy – which is advised by former vice president Dick Cheney and whose shareholders include Jacob Rothschild and Rupert Murdoch – will now have exclusive rights to a 153-square mile radius in the southern part of the Golan Heights.
That geographic location will likely prove controversial. Israel seized the Golan Heights in the Six-Day War in 1967 and annexed the territory in 1981. Its administration of the area — which is not recognized by international law — has been mostly peaceful until the Syrian civil war broke out 23 months ago.
“This action is mostly political – it’s an attempt to deepen Israeli commitment to the occupied Golan Heights,” Israeli political analyst Yaron Ezrahi told FT [i.e., The Financial Times]. “The timing is directly related to the fact that the Syrian government is dealing with violence and chaos and is not free to deal with this problem.”
Earlier this month we reported that Israel is considering creating a buffer zone reaching up to 10 miles from Golan into Syria to secure the 47-mile border against the threat of Islamic radicals in the area.
The move would overtake the UN Disengagement Observer Force Zone that was established in 1973 to end the Yom Kippur War and to provide a buffer zone between the two countries.
[…] recent natural gas finds off Israel’s coast in the Mediterranean have made the country’s offshore gas reserve one of the largest of its kind in the world, meaning Israel may become a significant energy exporter in its region.
Serendipitously for the Jewish state’s energy ambitions off the Mediterranean coast, a plan is underway to install a U.S. military base in Haifa:
The US army intends to use the Israeli coast as a military base against troops in nearby areas, including Russian forces in Syria, Al-Masdar News (AMN) reported the US National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA) stipulating.
The Israel-based news website said that according to the NDAA subsections, the US military is to establish a maritime base in the Israeli coastal city of Haifa in the coming years.
The US government’s ongoing assistance to Israel comes under section 1259 of the National Defence Authorisation Act for 2017 titled “Authorization of United States assistance to Israel”, which stipulated: “The maritime security and maritime domain awareness in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea are critical not only to the security of Israel but also to US national security interests and encourage the Department of Defence to continue efforts to develop and improve capabilities in these areas.”
Failing the intervention of a divine rain-and-dust sea tempest, the presence of American forces at Haifa would certainly pose a formidable obstacle to any potential seaborne assault by underwater demolition teams of ISIS frogmen. Even so, the danger remains of an ISIS attack from within. The vigilance of the Israeli people must never be allowed to flag, as this heart-stopping 2014 alert from Arutz Sheva makes abundantly clear:
Twenty-five Islamic State (ISIS) flags were found in Nazareth Illit, […] giving further rise to concerns over the jihadist terrorist group’s popularity with Arab citizens of Israel.
City employees found a bag filled with the tiny black flags on the side of a highway, according to the daily, and turned it over to the local police.
An investigation has been launched into the incident. […]
Concerns over ISIS’s influence in Israel were raised over the summer, after members of the terrorist group released a video showing how they took part in the recent war against Israel in Gaza. At least one former ISIS jihadist was killed in the Gaza fighting.
There has also been an alarming amount of support for the group among regular Arab citizens of Israel, including some flying ISIS flags and posting praise for the group on Facebook and other social media sites.
Perhaps it was these alleged ISIS sympathizers hiding among Israel’s Arab minority who sent the Israeli-made weapons reported last year to have been found at Islamic State encampments in Iraq:
Iraqi volunteer forces, known as Hashid Shaabi, discovered Israeli-made weapons at Islamic State (ISIL) positions in the Iraqi province of Anbar on Thursday, according to Al-Mayadeen television, Fars News Agency reported.
Last month, it was reported that Iraqi counter-terrorism forces arrested four foreign military advisors from the United States and Israel, who were allegedly aiding ISIL.
The Islamo-Nazi propaganda canard that the Zionist state is actually “aiding ISIL” is, of course, too ludicrous to consider.