Anyone with half a brain--which leaves out many Americans--know that Israel, having already nuked Syria in 2013, wouldn't hesitate to give their 'brothers in arms' Saudi Arabia, some tactical nukes to use against Yemen.
Nuclear strikes on Syria: The genie is already out of the bottleSo for the psychotic Saud regime to get some nukes from Israel and drop them on the feisty Yemeni resistance to Jew tyranny is more than plausible, it appears to have happened.
The fight against Assad’s brutal regime has taken an unexpected turn late Thursday afternoon when a large weapons cache belonging to the so-called national protection force in Homs city, an arm of Assad’s Shabeeha, was destroyed. The explosion was reminiscent of the attack on Qasyoon mountain, a stronghold for the Syrian army and a location said to house missiles targeting Israel.
It was first reported that the missile fuelling station had blown up which seemed like a reasonable proposition especially since an ammunition depot was targeted.
But the two explosions in Homs and Qasyoon share the same property: They are both above ground air bursts according to Greg Thielmann, an expert on arms control policy whom I spoke with on Saturday at great length. I was first alerted to the connection by slow twitter chatter right after the bombing in Homs.
Needless to say I was shocked at what he told me next: “The fact of the matter is, what we are seeing in both these cases is a tactical nuclear strike, probably by cruise missiles launched from aircraft's near the borders of Syria or right off the coast in the Mediterranean.”
But sure, Greg, wouldn’t this mean a nuclear holocaust? Not so he says. “Tactical nuclear weapons lower the threshold on use of a nuclear bomb as their modern incarnation can be tuned in yield in order to target military sites using stand off weapons without escalating by destroy surrounding civilian infrastructure.”
He went on: “Keep in mind a nuclear bomb sounds like a huge device, but it can have a yield as small as the equivalent conventional payload carried by a formation of 5 F-15s. Sites in Syria are inaccessible to these jets due to the Russian support available in the field of air defense. So these strikes are an option for the west to implement its policy.”
The likely assailant in both cases is Israel he claims: “Israel is the only nation that can deploy these sorts of weapons with impunity without fear of a counter-attack. Syria has shown no appetite to get into a shooting fight even over the deployment of such weapons”.
Compare the mushroom clouds and blasts from the nuke used on Syria;
To the one used against Yemen:
Subject: Nuclear strike hits Yemen. VideoBut wait, you say, Alex Jones hasn't touched this subject, so it can't be true!
Saudis have begun to wipe Yemen off the map. Tactical strikes have hit the city. Shocking video reveals proton bombardment from a neutron bomb.
Israel is reported to be the one to deploy such neutron bombs. Any doubts about the nuclear attack on Yemen attributed to Israel, as evidenced in two Israeli F16s shot down and forensically identified, are now gone. Forbidden strikes have brought about a storm of worldwide protest. Obama has recently promised to provide every assistance including US military force to any "external threat" the rich Arab states of the Gulf may face. Pravda.Ru
Anyone who doesn't know Jones is a Jew disinfo outlet designed to lead the sheeple astray better not handle sharp objects.
And that also goes for 'Mr. Know-it-all,' whose ego is so huge, he'd never admit he might be wrong on this.
The Camera Never Lies
Meanwhile, back in the USSA, the Zionist MSM is barfing nonstop about the latest Muslim bashing contest being held in Phoenix, AZ to distract the sheeple from Zionist evil.
Add in that two F-16's got downed in Yemen lately and that Saudi Arabia has no F-16's, but Israel does, and that Israel, besides being bat-shit crazy, is also very vindictive and the facts seem to point to a nuke being used against Yemen.