by Michael E. Salla
10 January 2007
According to a January 7, 2007 report from the Sunday Times in Britain, Israel is preparing to launch a preemptive nuclear strike against Iran. Israel’s intelligence services estimate that Iran is two years away from producing enough enriched uranium to produce nuclear weapons.
Using tactical bunker busting nuclear weapons, Israel plans to take out Iran's core nuclear processing facilities at three main sites. Buried at least 70 feet underground, conventional bunker busting weapons are deemed unlikely to succeed. A similar though more ambitious preemptive attack was earlier planned by neo-conservatives within the U.S. Bush administration.
The attack was eventually abandoned due
to a “revolt of the generals” in April 2006 and opposition by the
general public. An ‘exopolitical’ factor may have played a role in
this policy shift by the Bush administration that put an end to
plans for a U.S. preemptive nuclear attack against Iran. See: “Divine
Strake” vs. ‘Divine Strike’ – Did Extraterrestrials Deter the
Pentagon from a Preemptive Nuclear War Against Iran?.
For example, Robert Salas, a retired U.S. Air Force Captain, revealed how UFO’s hovered over Malmstrom Air Force Base in 1967, and deactivated seven to eight Minuteman nuclear weapons. (Faded Giant by Robert Salas and James Klotz). Another whistleblower, Col. Ross Dedrickson, worked for the U.S. Air Force and the Atomic Energy Commission. He argues that extraterrestrials destroyed a number of nuclear missiles scheduled for detonation in the ionosphere in the 1960’s, and even destroyed a missile targeted towards the moon in the early 1980’s.
Israel is prepared to weather the
international storm of protest that such a nuclear attack will
cause. The January 7 leak of news that two squadrons of the Israeli
Air Force are training for such an attack suggests that only a small
window of time exists to prevent this.
More troops will be necessary to protect
U.S. interests from what will likely be a furious response by Iran
and its allies in Iraq. Repercussions will also be felt in
Afghanistan, Lebanon, and elsewhere where Iranian sympathies are
strong. Admiral Fallon will be responsible for ensuring that Iran's
response to an Israeli attack doesn't stop the Oil Supply or
threaten US allies in the Persian Gulf region. This will give the US
Navy a more prominent role in the Persian Gulf and in the conduct of
the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Indeed Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has greatly contributed to this perception due to his irresponsible comments calling for the destruction of Israel: See, WASHINGTON POST.
Furthermore, the Iranian government’s
sponsorship of a conference denying the holocaust of Jews has
contributed to perceptions that it supports Israel’s destruction.
Most Iranian citizens were born after
the Iranian revolution in 1979, and want to integrate with the West,
not be railroaded by a belligerent and desperate leadership into
years of confrontation and conflict. President Ahmadinejad’s
inflammatory comments skew international perceptions over the real
interests and intentions of the Iranian population. He is
contributing to a much anticipated “Clash of Civilizations” between
the Islamic world and the West.
An Israeli attack will greatly inflame
the military conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan; weaken the hand of
those wanting Iran to play a constructive role in resolving these
conflicts; and make it difficult for democratic reforms to occur in
Iran itself. There is the real possibility that the proposed attack
will spark religious zeal for a “Clash of Civilizations” that
threatens not only global interests, but the survival of Israel
Given the clear warnings implied in these cases of extraterrestrial intervention with the possible use of nuclear weapons, it appears very foolhardy for any nation to sanction the preemptive use of nuclear weapons. The impact on extraterrestrial life is unknown, and past interventions suggest that extraterrestrials will not stand idly by and observe the use of nuclear weapons that might impact on them in unknown ways.
This information has been kept from the
general public and elected political representatives. If disclosure
of the extraterrestrial presence occurred, this might significantly
impact on local tolerance on the development and possible use of
Military conflict makes it more difficult for political legislatures to unravel the deep secrets behind the black budgets, technologies and extraterrestrial knowledge kept from the public arena by various entities from the military-industrial complex. These corporate-military entities are largely unaccountable and operate opaquely in ways suggesting that many have become rogue operations.
The ultimate consequence of an Israeli
nuclear attack is that it will make it far more difficult for
political disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence to go forward.
This will make it impossible for transparency and accountability
into the way extraterrestrial affairs are secretly managed.
Key administration figures including
President Bush belong to a Christian Evangelical movement
uncritically supporting Israel in what is prophesied to be a future
Armageddon where Israel’s existence is threatened. See:
FPIF. The Israeli public seems to
accept that an Israeli attack is inevitable if Iran does not abandon
its nuclear enrichment plans. See:
This is especially the case due to
elements of the political leaderships both inside Iran, Israel and
the U.S. that would welcome a clash of civilizations between the
West and global Islam that would presage a global Armageddon.
We should individually do all possible to promote peaceful conflict resolution in the Middle East, and responsible decision making by political leaders. The danger a preemptive nuclear Israeli attack poses for world peace is unnecessary. Furthermore, an attack would impact on extraterrestrial life in ways that the general public still is not aware of, and therefore poses an unacceptable risk for world peace.
The use of nuclear weapons also delays political disclosure of an extraterrestrial presence where transparency and public oversight is deeply needed. We need to ensure peaceful relations with extraterrestrial civilizations, and the first step is to speak out clearly against the possible use of nuclear weapons by any nation.
This is the time for genuine
international dialogue promoting peace, harmony and goodwill among
the people and leaders of the Middle East, and genuine disclosure of
the extraterrestrial presence.