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BREAKING: Israel Vows To Retaliate Against Iran With New Devastating Strike (World War 3)

The biggest question on everyone’s mind right now (including mine) is….what’s next?

Over the weekend on Saturday we suddenly watched as Iran launched a massive strike of Drones and Missiles on Israel.

Iran has attacked Israel before via its proxies like Hezbollah, but Iran as a country has never directly attacked Israel until now.

So say this is historic (in a bad way) and a game-changer would be an understatement.

And while I would love to see peace prevail on ALL sides, it would be extremely naive to think that will happen right now.

I fully expect Israel to strike back next and I expect it to be very bloody.

But that’s not just my opinion, that is what is widely being reported right now, with claims that the Israeli Cabinet has met and is in unanimous agreement that they will strike back in retaliation:

More here from Axios:

Israeli Minister of Defense Yoav Gallant told Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Sunday that Israel has no choice but to respond to the unprecedented missile and drone attack launched by Iran over the weekend, a U.S. official and another source briefed on the call told Axios.

Why it matters: The Biden administration and several other Western countries allied with Israel are urging Benjamin Netanyahu’s government not to rush into a retaliation against Iran that could lead to a regional war.

The latest: Gen. Herzi Halevi, chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces, said Monday that “Israel is considering next steps” and that “the launch of so many missiles and drones to Israeli territory will be answered with a retaliation.”

  • Ahead of a meeting Monday with Iraq’s deputy prime minister, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the U.S. is coordinating a diplomatic response to the Iranian attack intended to prevent further escalation.
  • “Strength and wisdom must be the two sides of the same coin,” Blinken said in what appeared to be a message for Israel.

President Biden said during a meeting with Iraq’s prime minister: “We’re committed to a ceasefire that will bring the hostages home and prevent the conflict from spreading beyond what it already has. The United States is committed to Israel’s security.”

  • “[Biden] is certainly not looking for a war with Iran and I am confident that Prime Minister Netanyahu is aware of the president’s concerns,” White House spokesman John Kirby told reporters.

The other side: Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian told U.K. Foreign Secretary David Cameron in a phone call Monday that Iran does not want escalation — but that if Israel “seeks adventure, our next response will be immediate, stronger and more extensive,” Iran’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

This Tweet is especially spot on, I do truly believe the next 48 hours could be the most important in our lifetimes:

𝗪𝗵𝘆 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗻𝗲𝘅𝘁 𝟰𝟴 𝗵𝗼𝘂𝗿𝘀 𝗰𝗼𝘂𝗹𝗱 𝗯𝗲 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗺𝗼𝘀𝘁 𝗶𝗺𝗽𝗼𝗿𝘁𝗮𝗻𝘁 𝗼𝗳 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗹𝗶𝗳𝗲𝘁𝗶𝗺𝗲.

If Israel is to launch an attack on Iran, triggering an escalation, the price of oil will surge.

Iran will retaliate by blocking the Strait of Hormuz. Such a conflict could spell the end of the petrodollar, potentially replaced by a central bank digital currency, as hinted by plans already in motion.

SWIFT’s recent announcement, made in March, outlines intentions to establish a platform within the next one to two years, facilitating connections between the emerging wave of central bank digital currencies and the current financial system.

Problem. Reaction. Solution.

And the possible outcomes are mostly not good.

Because we then devolve into an endless cycle of escalating attacks back and forth until more nations are drug in and we truly have a WORLD WAR of essentially the USA/NATO vs. BRICS/Iran/Russia.

Here’s more from the AP:

Israel’s military chief said Monday that the country will respond after Iran launched an attack involving hundreds of drones, ballistic missiles and cruise missiles. World leaders are urging Israel not to retaliate.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says “all sides must show restraint” to avoid a rising spiral of violence in the Middle East. French President Emmanuel Macron said Paris will try to “convince Israel that we must not respond by escalating.”

The Iranian attack on Saturday marked the first time Iran has launched a direct military assault on Israel, despite decades of enmity dating back to the country’s 1979 Islamic Revolution. The attack happened less than two weeks after a suspected Israeli strike in Syria that killed two Iranian generals in an Iranian consular building.

An Israeli military spokesman said that 99% of the drones and missiles launched by Iran were intercepted.

Israel and Iran have been on a collision course throughout Israel’s six-month war against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. The war erupted after Hamas and Islamic Jihad, two militant groups backed by Iran, carried out a devastating cross-border attack on Oct. 7 that killed 1,200 people in Israel and kidnapped 250 others.

An Israeli offensive in Gaza has caused widespread devastation and killed over 33,700 people, according to local health officials.


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Who Won Between Israel and Iran Over The Weekend….And What’s Next [Analysis From Noah]

I wanted to break down the recent air strikes launched by Iran on Israel over the weekend and let you know who “won” that exchange.

And I have two competing opinions I want to give you.

I think they both make a lot of sense and could both be “right” in a sense.

The most common analysis I’ve seen is that Israel shot down 98-99% of all missiles and drones launched by Iran and that it was a very embarrassing showing for Iran in that sense.

In other words, they shot their big shot and it bombed (no pun intended).

Here is MeetKevin who I think does excellent analysis breaking down that opinion and saying Iran really looks bad right now:

And by all accounts that is true.

Israel had an incredible showing.

But is there more to the story under the surface?

This is where we turn to my good friend Mike Adams, the Health Ranger.

Mike had a slightly different take, saying this wasn’t really that good for Israel at all, and in fact this first attack wasn’t really designed to blow up Israel, it was designed to deplete the defenses of the Iron Dome and create a huge bill for Israel.

A very interesting and compelling take:

Full text of that Tweet:

Just as they planned, #Iran used mostly cheap, low-cost drones and missiles to force #Israel to spend over $1 billion, launching volleys of multi-million dollar anti-air defense munitions to shoot down the incoming drones. This first wave was designed to help deplete Israel’s munitions supply, stressing the supply chain of U.S.-supplies munitions. Iran can rapidly produce thousands of low-cost drones, but Israel cannot easily replace these wildly expensive “Iron Dome” or “David’s Sling” munitions, some of which cost millions each. So this is a losing exchange for Israel. The fact that Israel claims it shot down “99%” of incoming drones and missiles is NOT a win for Israel. It’s a win for Iran. BTW, Israel also can’t do math because it admits 7 hypersonic missiles got through, so that means Israel didn’t shoot down 99% after all. See my full analysis from last night:

Then you have U.S. Army Colonel Retired Combat Veteran Douglas Macgregor with a similar opinion:

So, can both be right?


It would be what you’d typically call a “pyrrhic victory”.

Yes Israel won that skirmish, but was it detrimental long term?

We shall see.

Continue to pray for peace.


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