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Why Israel and Iran must steer clear of Globalist agenda and not fight each other

Climate activist Greta Thunberg portrayed as part of the Globalist cabal in now in Israel's crosshairs

In the fog of war, it sometimes becomes hard to pick your real enemy. That seems to be the case in the Israel-Hamas war.

A fortnight into the war triggered by Hamas’ terror attack that killed over 1500 Israeli civilians, Tel Aviv and Tehran are exchanges dangerous barbs, using language that smells of mutual anhelation, read nukes or similar.

On Sunday Israel’s Economy Minister Nir Barkat warned that the military is ready to “eliminate” the Lebanon-based militant group Hezbollah and strike Iran if they open a “northern front” in the current conflict.

“The plan of Iran is to attack Israel on all fronts. If we find they intend to target Israel, we will not just retaliate to those fronts, but we will go to the head of the snake, which is Iran,” Barkat told The Mail on Sunday.

“Israel has a very clear message to our enemies. We are saying to them, look what is happening in Gaza – you are going to get the same treatment if you attack us. We are going to wipe you off the face of the Earth.”

The hysterical warning came after Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Monday that the security situation for Israel may worsen very quickly. “If the war crimes against the Palestinians are not immediately stopped, other multiple fronts will open and this is inevitable,” he said.

The Iranian diplomat later harshly doubled down, warning the US and Israel that, if they do not stop mistreating the Palestinians, “anything is possible at any moment and the region will go out of control.”

By referring to “Palestinians” alone in his statement, Amir-Abdollahian maybe making a distinction between the Palestinian people and Hamas. The separation is important as it can open room for negotiations to ensure that Palestinian rights are protected, but not the well-being of Hamas which clearly carried out a terror strike on unarmed people on October 7.

Before they cross swords, directly or indirectly through the Iran-backed Lebanese Hezbollah, both may need to pause and consider that they are possibly being set up by Globalists—powerful non-state actors who attack strong sovereign states to fulfil their agenda of “one-world” comprising of weak statelets ruled by a tiny uber-powerful international elite. Both Israel and Iran are powerful sovereign states, which do not fit into the globalist model.

One of the most visible Globalist icons is George Soros,  a super-wealthy international financier. Soros has been accused of being the architect of numerous “colour revolutions” that has toppled several governments in eastern Europe, Caucasia, West Asia, and North America.

Incidentally, Soros has been batting for Hamas for years.

In a Financial Times op-ed in 2007, Soros had slammed the Bush administration’s commitment to Israel. Instead, he called Washington and Tel Aviv work together with Hamas.

A year after Hamas won an election to govern Gaza, Soros said it was wrong for the US to align itself with Israel in undermining group’s authority.

“Israel, with strong US backing, refused to recognize the democratically elected Hamas government and withheld payment of the millions in taxes collected by the Israelis on its behalf,” Soros wrote. “If Israel had accepted the results of the election, that might have strengthened the more moderate political wing,” he wrote.

Fast forward to the ongoing tense situation in Gaza and the broader region. On Wednesday, hundreds of protesters belonging to Jewish Voice for Peace and IfNotNow stormed into the US Capitol building a ceasefire following Hamas’ terror strike. “We refuse to standby as the Israeli government commits genocide against Palestinians in Gaza,” said Jewish Voice for Peace, which calls itself the “largest progressive Jewish anti-Zionist organization in the world.”

In an article published by freebeacon.com, Soros funds both organizations through his Open Society Foundations. Open Society has given $650,000 to Jewish Voice for Peace since 2017 to fund its “human rights” work in the Middle East. Open Society awarded a two-year grant to the group in 2021. Open Society gave $400,000 to IfNotNow in 2019 and 2021, according to its grant database.

The war appears to have activated the entire Globalist eco-system including climate activist Greta Thornberg, in support of Palestinians, ignoring the October 7 attacks. Incidentally Greta well-known in India, who in tandem with the globalist cabal had targeted New Delhi during the farmers’ agitation.

In a posting on X, she said that “today we strike in solidarity with Palestine and Gaza. The world needs to speak up and call for an immediate ceasefire, justice and freedom for Palestinians and all civilians affected.”

The tweet triggered a no-nonsense response from Israel’s ministry of education. “Hamas is a terrorist organization responsible for the murder of 1,400 innocent Israelis, including children, women, and the elderly, and it has abducted over 200 people to Gaza,” the ministry said. “This stance disqualifies her from being an educational and moral role model, and she is no longer eligible to serve as an inspiration and educator for Israeli students.”

Incidentally, Mia Khalifa, a former porn star, who had gone after the Modi government has also not condemned the terror strike on Israel, but, implicitly, made a case for Hamas.

Both Israel and Iran are smart enough to understand that the Globalists would be salivating at the prospects of an all-out war between the two, which would undermine two big sovereign independent minded states, thus getting them closer to fulfilling their dystopia of cobbling a constellation of imbecile “democracies” under the thumb of a global elite.

Also Read: Why Iran holds the key in deciding the fate of the Hamas-Israel conflict