Israel issues its final warning
July 13, 2015 by Thomas Wictor
If we could harness denial and use it as a source of energy, every machine on earth could chug happily along for all eternity. The Israelis have said in plain language that they will not allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons. The P5+1 nations have convinced themselves that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is bluffing. He’s not. Israel recently issued its final warning about the farcical “nuclear deal.” The next step will be action.
Israel’s warning took the form of an exhibit commemorating the hostage rescue mission that the IDF pulled off in Entebbe, Uganda, on July 4, 1976. The reason that Israel is commemorating the operation now instead of on its fortieth anniversary next year is because the ever-civilized IDF wants to remind the world that its personnel are capable of mind-boggling feats of skill and daring.
Prime Minister Neanyahu spoke at the opening of the Entebbe exhibit on July 9, 2015.
The prime minister’s older brother Lieutenant-Colonel Yonathan Netanyahu led the assault troops in the operation. He was the only Israeli commando killed.
It’s very important that you study Benjamin Netanyahu’s face.
He’s at peace, because he’s made his decision. I knew that Israel would find a solution that nobody had thought of. “Experts” claimed for years that Israel would have to cross hostile Arab airspace and drop 5000-lb (2268 kg) GBU-28 bunker busters on Iranian underground nuclear facilities.
It was stupid of the “experts” to say this. The GBU-28 can’t penetrate deep enough to destroy the uranium enrichment plant at Fordow. We were told that the Israelis would have to undertake multiple sorties, and they would lose most of their aircraft. Basically the pilots would be sent on suicide missions.
The Israelis have air bases in Azerbaijan, and I’m betting that they have some in Turkmenistan as well. More importantly, the IDF has built and tested the high-velocity penetrating weapon (HVPW), a hypersonic bunker buster.
It’s been known for years that next-generation bunker busters would use speed rather than explosive mass. This is because if you rely solely on explosive power, you’re going to have to build the bomb bigger and bigger as the underground facilities are made deeper. At a certain point, the bomb is too big to be carried, and all that explosive energy is wasted.
However, if you build a bunker buster that’s hypersonic, the kinetic energy of the impact itself will send shock waves through the entire mountain. Remember, though, that it’s a penetrating weapon. So it goes deep, and then it explodes. Somebody used one of these on April 20, 2015, in Yemen. Hitler’s birthday.
The cameraman was 1.5 miles (2.4 km) away, yet he was knocked over by the shock wave. Not only is the propulsion of the weapon new technology, so is the explosive. My guess is that it’s a variant of rocket fuel. It’s likely a thermobaric bomb, meaning it uses atmospheric oxygen mixed with vaporized fuel to create a massive blast wave that’s amplified in enclosed spaces.
Such as underground facilities.
In this video you’ll see three melons. The first is shot with a regular subsonic bullet, the second with a subsonic expanding bullet, and the third with a high-velocity expanding bullet. Each round comes in from the right of the screen.
The Israeli HVPW is like the third bullet. Prime Minister Netanyahu is at peace because he knows his country’s military capabilities. His planners have said, “It’s doable,” and Netanyahu believes them. The reason he knows that they’re right is that he’s a former special-forces operator.
When you talk to the prime minister about weaponry and operational details, he understands.
President Obama and Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei are academics with no military experience. Khamenei was Deputy Minister of Defense and a high-ranking member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), but in both cases he was a political appointee. The ridiculous spectacles put on by the IRGC show that the Iranians have no bloody clue about war fighting.
Iran lacks the capability of even locating an American carrier battle group. By the time their little seaplanes and speedboats had gotten that close, they would’ve been shredded by seven layers of defense. Not only that, the US would bomb the seaplane and speedboat bases before the worthless craft could emerge.
Read up on the Iran-Iraq War. The Iranians cleared minefields by marching children through them. Each child was given a plastic key, meant to let them open the door to paradise. Then the children were exploded. Most didn’t die right away, so the Iranians machine gunned them. You know: as an act of kindness.
Here’s Iranian marksmanship. Watch how many bullets they expend at the fleeing Iraqi tank crew. Not one Iraqi is hit.
After you read about the Iran-Iraq War, study the Israeli rescue at Entebbe, Operation Thunderbolt. The IDF flew four C-130 transports over 2,500 miles (4,000 km) to Uganda, often keeping the lumbering aircraft at 100 feet (30 meters) to avoid radar detection.
After the transports landed at Entebbe, the 29-man assault team of Sayeret Matkal commandos managed to get into the airport before the terrorists could make good on the threat of killing the hostages. Three Israeli civilians were accidentally killed by the commandos when they stood up, but 102 hostages were saved. Yonathan Netanyahu was killed in a heavy firefight with Ugandan troops; hospitalized hostage Dora Bloch was later murdered by Ugandan army officers on the orders of dictator Idi Amin.
Operation Thunderbolt took place almost forty years ago. It was a technical, logistical, and diplomatic nightmare. Today, Israel has science-fiction weaponry, several clear paths to the target, and the backing of almost every Sunni Arab nation in the region.
My fear was that Israel would face a two-front war: Hezbollah in the north and Iranian-backed terrorists in the east, in Syria. Well, Israel has since said that it has the capability of evacuating all of southern Lebanon in twenty-four hours. Hezbollah is currently busy having its head handed to it in Syria, so all the missile depots in Southern Lebanon are right there for the bombing.
And with the bases that Israel has in Azerbaijan and probably Turkmenistan, Iranian ballistic missile aren’t a threat. They can be intercepted on the launchpad.
“Experts” have a way of being wrong about everything. My prediction: Israel and the Sunni Arabs will destroy Hezbollah and the Iranian nuclear-weapons program, and it will take them only a matter of days. Then the Sunni Arabs and the Kurds will destroy the Islamic State. That’ll take longer.
Then we’ll eat!
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