…by Jonas E. Alexis
If you don’t think that Benjamin Netanyahu seeks World War III in Syria, then start reading even Zionist newspapers like the Jerusalem Post. The man in Tel Aviv wants blood by any means necessary. If he loses a battle today, then he’ll come back tomorrow or within a few weeks and try his schemes again and again.
Netanyahu knows that Israel has virtually lost the Syria war; he knows that he has already created a debacle in the region. Yet he is still looking for complete annihilation of the Syrian government. What has he been up to lately? Listen very carefully:
“The chain of tests that we are dealing with is unending. We respond vigorously and with force to all attacks against us. However, we do not take action only after the fact. We deny the enemy’s capabilities before the fact.”
How did he defend this “unending” war in Syria? Well, Israel is protecting itself from perceived enemies. The Jerusalem Post has recently reported:
“SANA reported that the Israeli missile attack on the site resulted only in material damage, without casualties. The agency said that Israel also conducted cyberattacks on Syrian radar systems, in order to jam the Syrian radar.
“According to Ynet, the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the attack was aimed at positions of the Syrian regime and its allied militias in the Tel al-Hara area near Daraa…
“Syrian media reported that on June 2, the IDF reportedly attacked military targets in Syria, including the T-4 airbase near Homs in the north of the country, after two rockets were launched towards Israel from Syria. One of the rockets landed in the Golan Heights, while the other fell in Syrian territory.”
We are confronted with a blatant hypocrisy here. Had Syria attacked Israel, the entire Zionist kingdom in the White House would have been up in flame. In fact, the Zionists in America and much of the West have summoned countless lies and fabrications in order to hopelessly persuade the masses that Assad used chemical weapons on his own people. This idea has been thoroughly debunked. Now Netanyahu has to invent a new thing. Why?
Well, he again wants to see bloodshed in Syria. He doesn’t care whether the conflict in Syria will cost thousands or millions of lives. Moreover, if it means that he will have to take the entire world with him, then so be it. He is mad, sad, and wants to be bad again. He wants to be bad to the bone. And the sad thing is that he wants to take the West—and particularly America—with him.
The sad news for the mad man in Tel Aviv is that the world is waking up. He simply cannot invent all kinds of lies anymore and expect the entire world to take him seriously. The fact that President Assad is still in power is a clear testimony that Netanyahu’s political or ideological power over much of the world is waning. Let us hope that it continues to vanish.
 “Netanyahu vows preemptive strikes following reports of attack in Syria,” Jerusalem Post, June 13, 2019.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.