During the Yom Kippur war in 1973, the U.N. established two consecutive ceasefires which were both defied by Israel, continuing to attack Egyptian forces on the West Bank of the Suez Canal, in order to gain more grounds before finally capitulating. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who is Jewish, promised that the US would turn a blind eye to the defiance of the ceasefire, sending a covert message to Israel that the US will not object. It was the US go signal for Israel to defy the UN truce. Earlier, Kissinger went to the Kremlin and succeeded in making the Russians hold down Egypt, clearing the way for an Israeli counter-attack.
(Note: Israel is notorious for violating UN ceasefires many times in the past. Israel’s powerful US lobby group AIPAC attempted to dictate the appointment of the Secretary of Defence if Clinton would win elections, in exchange for electoral support. The attempt failed because the recorded negotiation over the phone was given to the media, forcing the AIPAC President to resign. Was the Jewish Kissinger an ‘Israeli-appointee?)
Russia was so incensed by Israel’s blatant UN ceasefire violations that it threatened to send forces to the Suez Canal to stop Israeli advances. Upon Israeli prodding, the US responded by stating that it would meet force with force. The world was on the edge of a US-Russia nuclear confrontation because of Israel brinkmanship. The US was willing to risk a nuclear war to protect Israel, because in its assessment, Russia would back down, which she did. But supposing she did not? The over-confident US is capable of such brinkmanship. The US-Israel tandem is the catalyst to World War III.
Israel is capable of pressuring the superpower to again try this kind of brinkmanship regarding Iran or Syrian. But this time, it will be harder for Russia to back down because so much more is at stake. Israel can easily be a catalyst to nuclear war and World War III. This sounds biblical and apocalyptic that the chosen people may be in the midst of Armageddon rising. (firstname.lastname@example.org)