Brussels – by Elijah J. Magnier: Russia’s former president and deputy national security chief Dmitry Medvedev has suggested that Russia, a nuclear state, cannot be defeated in Ukraine. He said: “Backward politicians in Davos reiterated that Russia must lose to achieve peace. None of them understands that the loss of nuclear power in a conventional war […]Read More Will the war in Ukraine lead to a nuclear war?
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: A Palestinian youth killed seven settlers and wounded ten others in the capital of Palestine, Jerusalem, in a qualitative operation that Israel did not expect, where heavily armed Israeli forces were deployed to extend their authority with an iron fist that proved easy to counter. Tel Aviv responded by […]Read More Israel and Iran have disciplined their open warfare after an exchange of blows.
Posted by – Elijah J. Magnier: The US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman, General Mark Milley, has said that “it will be difficult for the Ukrainians to defeat Russian forces this year”, indicating that the war will continue for many years according to (US President Joe) Biden’s doctrine. There will be no end to the war as […]Read More Is Putin falling into the Ukrainian Biden trap like Carter dug for Brezhnev in Afghanistan?
Brussels – by Elijah J. Magnier: A dispute has broken out in the corridors of the European Union and among its officials over how to punish Iran after the demonstrations failed to change the ruling system in the “Islamic Republic” or “liberate Iran”, as US President Joe Biden vows. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said […]Read More Europe is in the eye of the Iranian storm: Ukraine is the cause.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has stressed that “Ukraine should be supported with more weapons to overcome Russia”. That’s what most of NATO has been doing since 2014, years before the war started last February 2022. In fact, it was common knowledge that “the US was dragging the world towards war with […]Read More Why does the US dare to fight Russia in Ukraine?
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In the first few weeks, Russia failed to end the war. Nor did the US defeat the Kremlin and cripple the Russian economy in the first weeks or months. Both sides failed to achieve their initial objectives. As a result, the Russians reduced their initial goal to a more […]Read More Ukraine follows in Korea’s footsteps: There will be neither peace nor war in the future.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The war between Russia and US-led NATO cannot be separated from Washington’s desperate determination to defend its position as the absolute leader of the (western) world. The US goal does not only include challenging Russia – which enjoys military capabilities and a determination to defend itself even if this […]Read More If Russia loses, China is next on the US list
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: When an agent applies to work with Mossad or with the CIA, he is asked by his handler or case officer for routine and previously collected information from different sources to ensure the accuracy of his information and his ability to access the knowledge that the intelligence services are […]Read More The Israeli Mossad and Hezbollah Intelligence Service’s War: the C.I.A 3/3
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The immigrant Shiites of Lebanon living and working abroad have also become Mossad’s target. Because the Lebanese Shia families and their youngsters generally cannot easily travel to the nearby European continent, they find refuge in the African countries where they have well-established relatives. This made Mossad amplify the momentum […]Read More The Israeli Mossad and Hezbollah intelligence service’s war 2/3
Women, money, revenge and leadership position are the espionage motivations Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The “war of brains” or the “war of intelligence” between the Israeli Mossad and the ‘Anti-Terrorism and Espionage’ branch of the Lebanese Hezbollah has never stopped, regardless of the political developments in the Middle East. Whether the possibilities of […]Read More The Israeli Mossad and Hezbollah intelligence service’s war 1/3
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Defence Ministers of Russia Sergei Shoigu, Turkey Hulusi Akar and Syria Ali Muhammad Abbas met in Moscow in the last week of 2022 to further promote the Turkish-Syrian reconciliation and establish a state of non-war between Moscow’s allies. This was the first high-level official meeting since 2011, though the Foreign Ministers […]Read More Putin extends his hand to Erdogan, but Assad is not convinced. Is Iran being pushed out?
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to ban the supply of oil and its derivatives to “unfriendly” countries that impose a price cap for Russian energy, starting this February for five months. This means that price no longer matters even if the maximum price set by Western countries is […]Read More What will happen if Russia stops exporting gas to ‘non-friendly’ countries?
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: There is no doubt that the ongoing war in Ukraine has become explicitly an open battle between Russia and the US, where Washington exploits its financial, political and military capabilities- and those of its allies. These costly and substantial military and economic efforts aim to confront, weaken and eventually […]Read More The war between the US and Russia is not limited to military dominance but also de-dollarisation.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Israeli Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Aviv Kohavi – who has only days left to leave office – claimed he was “responsible for an air strike that targeted one truck among a convoy of 25 trucks carrying Iranian weapons across the Iraqi-Syrian border toward Lebanon.” Kohavi said the attack aimed to […]Read More Kohavi prepares his political future with a false victory over Hezbollah.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Washington is sending mixed messages to Beijing. On the one hand, it considers China, an enemy that must be prepared to fight against. On the other, it is calling for readiness to warm up the previously ambiguous relations with China, according to what the two Presidents Xi Jinping and his US […]Read More The US whirlwind in a Chinese cup: A propaganda war on Beijing.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: European leaders are sending mixed messages to Russia to stop the war, hinting at the possibility of restoring trade and economic relations and lifting sanctions after the war ends to suggest that the relationship could return to normal. Will Russian President Vladimir Putin accept the European call to move […]Read More Will Putin fall into Macron and Scholz’s sweetening trap?
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The war in Ukraine has paved the road for several countries in the Middle East, mainly Saudi Arabia, to build stronger bridges with Asia and plan to consolidate their relations with China, the world’s second-largest economy. This is the inevitable consequence of the war NATO has decided to engage […]Read More Biden’s policy and the war on Russia paved the road for a greater Saudi – China rapprochement.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Russia is moving aggressively with its mediation between Damascus, the SDF Kurds and Turkey to stop Ankara from carrying out a major military operation in northern Syria and convince it to reduce the escalation. However, all efforts did not yet reach a sufficient level of compromise despite the US’s […]Read More Russia was unsuccessful with the Kurds, but no imminent Turkish attack in north-east Syria.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: European countries and the US have launched a massive media campaign that intends to “hold Russia accountable before a special tribunal for war crimes” that Moscow has been accused of committing in several cities since the beginning of the Ukrainian war. This campaign aims not only to hold Russia […]Read More The “special criminal court” against Russia will rebound against Europe and the West.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The United States of America has granted Chevron a limited six-month expanded Licence to resume pumping oil in Venezuela. This is an essential step following the US announcement to release three billion dollars of the more than 20 billion dollars of Venezuelan funds frozen in banks and international institutions […]Read More Does Washington want to distance Caracas from Moscow and Tehran?
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Despite the suspension of nuclear negotiations between the US and Iran for a few months, Washington has not stopped secretly sending messages to Tehran, fearing that the “Islamic Republic” would take further aggressive escalatory nuclear steps. Such an Iranian move would turn the tables on the West, shifting its […]Read More Iran – US: Dialogue of the Deaf
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Notwithstanding the launch of the Turkish military operation – under the name “claw – sword” – (in Turkish Pençe – Kılıç Operasyonu) a week ago against the Kurdish US allies of the “Syrian Democratic Forces“, the US, Russia and Iran all oppose it strongly. Therefore, the Turkish military invasion of north-east […]Read More Turkey takes advantage of its privileged position with Moscow, Washington and Tehran- at Syria’s expense
By Elijah J. Magnier: An advisor to a western European Prime Minister said privately, “when the Americans want the government officials to campaign for a particular narrative, we receive a piece of paper with instructions to follow. Normally, Prime Minister or minister would contest the US dictate. Decision-makers are instructed to avoid any headache and […]Read More Why should Iran be demonised, and for how long will it go?
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: “Ukraine has the momentum, but Russia is far from giving up.” This is what the British Minister of Defence,Ben Wallace, stated following the retreat of the Russian army from the west bank of Kherson. There is no doubt that the withdrawal of a superpower army from the capital of Kherson is […]Read More “Russia is far from giving up”: the absence of its defeat hastens the peace talks.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Drones struck a convoy loaded with fuel on the Iraqi-Syrian border and destroyed part of it after it reached the outskirts of the Syrian Albu Kamal border area. US newspapers claimed the US forces were not responsible and categorised the attack as Israeli strikes. Irrespective of who actually carried out […]Read More Israel strikes, and Iran prepared the response.