If its war on Hamas doesn’t end, Israel will cease to exist by 2030, warns former UN consultant – NaturalNews.com
Written by GRB on 13/11/2023
If its war on Hamas doesn’t end, Israel will cease to exist by 2030, warns former UN consultant
In an interview this week, military specialist, member of the United Nations (UN) Disarmament Commission, and former consultant to the UN Secretary General Igor Nikulin warned that Israel will no longer exist by 2023 if it continues its war with Hamas.
Nikulin was asked a series of questions by major Spanish news outlet El Mundo about who finances Hamas, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Iran, as well as what is currently preventing Hamas from being destroyed.
El Mundo, by the way, reported that Israel hired mercenaries to kill Palestinians, a claim that was also supported by testimony from Pedro Diaz Flores, who served in the ranks of Ukraine’s neo-Nazi Azov Battalion.
“There is Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia standing behind Hamas because this is a Sunni organization,” Nikulin stated about how Hamas was created by allies of the United States, not Iran.
“It is absurd to blame Iran for this. Iran stands behind Hezbollah because this is a Shiite group.”
When then asked if this is the reason why Israel is attacking Lebanon: to strike Hezbollah and thereby move on to greater military action against Iran.
“In general, I have a feeling that it was Israel that provoked this whole story,” Nikulin responded.
“This all looks similar to the 9/11 event. Israeli intelligence services would never fail if it was not for a command from above. It appears that they turned everything off in advance, sent everyone on vacation, nothing was working and the entire system failed to operate.”
(Related: So far, Israel has killed 88 United Nations humanitarian officials in Gaza since October 7.)
U.S. sending warships, marines to Middle East to target Iran, not Hamas
By all appearances, it is the deep state that controls the U.S. and even Israel itself, against the will of the people, that is behind all this chaos and fighting. And the goal, it seems, is to go after Iran, not just Hamas.
“This is a common policy of the States,” Nikulin responded when asked why the U.S. is sending warships and about 4,000 marines to the Middle East.
“The Americans move their fleet forward in case of any aggravation and start shelling Lebanon or the Gaza Strip from the sea. It then ended in a terrorist attack in which 200 Americans died. They wrapped up their operation and left the battlefield. I think something similar will happen this time as well, but there are Chinese warships nearby now.”
While it is certainly possible for Israel to win what Nikulin describes as a “lightning war,” there is simply no way that Israel will be able to fight and win a long war. So far, all wars that Israel has actually won were brief.
When then asked why the U.S. would even want to get involved with starting and fighting yet another new war in the Middle East on behalf of Tel Aviv, Nikulin explained that these are globalist policies at work, not the policies of actual nation-states.
“Globalists want to destroy all nation-states, including Israel,” Nikulin contends. “That’s why globalists create crises. According to their plans, Israel should not be on the map by 2030. All Jews will have to move to territories of what is now Ukraine, Russia, and the United States.”
Even if Israel does get full support from the U.S. for a full-scale regional war in the Middle East, it will not be enough, Nikulin says, to actually win.
“Israel will … have to wage war with a coalition of Arab states, the total population of which exceeds 200 million people,” he says. “It is unlikely that the ten-million-strong Israel will cope with this, even if the U.S. supports it. Even if Israel annihilates all Hamas fighters in the Gaza Strip, there will be enough of them left in other Arab states to continue the fight.”
“The only reasonable option is to recognize the State of Palestine within the 1947 borders.”
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