There is little doubt that the world at large is in a massive state of flux, and those of us living within the United States are growing concerned for ourselves and our allies.
Of course, Russia has been at the forefront of this concerning trend in recent years, as Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin continue to provoke and prod at the United States and President Donald Trump. There is little doubt that there is a New Cold War beginning, with mainstream dinosaur media sources finally coming around to something that we famously declared over a week ago.
With China on the rise, and the North Koreans now playing nice for some reason, there are serious worries about World War III rising out of the ashes of the Obama presidency. And, seeing what Israel has done in the last few weeks, we’re not so sure that it hasn’t already begun.
Two Israeli F-35 fighter jets entered Iranian airspace over the past month, Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida reported on Thursday. The act is a signal of heightened regional tensions, especially in light of recent Israeli military attacks in Syria, including against Iranian bases in the country.
The report states that the two fighter jets, among the most advanced in the world, circled at high altitude above Persian Gulf sites suspected of being associated with the Iranian nuclear program.
It also states that the two jets went undetected by radar, including by the Russian radar system located in Syria. The source refused to confirm if the operation was undertaken in coordination with the US army, which has recently conducted joint exercises with the IDF.
Of course, we cannot forget that Israel now has the full backing of the United States this year, after Donald Trump chose to recognize Jerusalem as the rightful capital of the embattled nation, irking the Palestinians to no end.
This was a long time coming, however, and Trump’s bold declaration will likely be the key to making the Israeli-American relationship whole again.