Health Ranger Report: Geopolitics expert Martin Armstrong reveals U.S. involvement in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas

Health Ranger Report: Geopolitics expert Martin Armstrong reveals U.S. involvement in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas

President Joe Biden has recently warned Iran to not be involved in the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict as Israeli leaders formed an emergency war cabinet to present a united front. He even dispatched top diplomat Antony Blinken to the Middle East to signify his “enduring support for Israel” and prevent a wider war from erupting.

But does the Biden regime really want to stop the war, or did the U.S. president actually coordinate the war? This was a concern brought up by Mike Adams, and Natural News founder, during a recent episode of the “Health Ranger Report.” Adams’ guest was geopolitics analyst Martin Armstrong, who believes the U.S. influenced Israel to allow this 9/11-style attack by the terror group Hamas. “I think it definitely was coordinated. Did the U.S. tell them to do it? That’s hard to say and could be speculation, but they’re clearly deeply involved in this,” he declared.

Armstrong also pointed out that at the moment, some Americans were now taken as hostages in Gaza, the ground zero of all the massacre and horrifying attacks. This requires Biden to escalate the conflict. Speaking to a roundtable of Jewish community leaders in Washington, the president said his deployment of military ships and aircraft closer to Israel should be seen as a signal to Iran, which backs Islamist groups Hamas and Lebanon’s Hezbollah. (Related: Iran, Lebanese Hezbollah ready to “join the battle” in Gaza, warns Hamas leader.)

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The geopolitical expert also emphasized that this chaos is not just political but also motivated by a deep-seated problem of religion, in particular the Sunni-Shia divide pertaining to the two largest branches of Islam. The primary ideological difference between the two relates to questions of religious authority and the leadership of all Muslims following the death of the Prophet Muhammad.


Those who followed the Prophet’s closest companion became known as Sunnis, and those who followed the Prophet’s cousin and son-in-law became known as Shiites. The Sunnis focus on following the Prophet’s example, whereas the Shiites focus on the lineage of the Prophet’s family through a series of imams.

Saudi Arabia is the birthplace of Islam, and most of its natives are adherents of the majority Sunni branch. Meanwhile, 64 percent of Iran’s population belong to the Shia branch of Islam. “And Iran would love nothing more than to wipe out basically Saudi Arabia. So, you have a religious problem there,” Armstrong explained.

Meanwhile, Israeli jets have pounded the Gaza Strip for days in retribution for a weekend attack by Palestinian Hamas militants who breached the border fence enclosing Gaza. The terror group rampaged through towns and villages, killing about 1,200 people and injuring over 2,700. They are also taking scores of hostages, the Israeli military said.

The democratic system of government that the U.S. claims to practice is not happening

Amid the U.S.’s involvement and possible “massive influence” in the staging of the current Palestine-Israel conflict that the Iran-backed Hamas started over the weekend, the Biden administration is claiming that America is just practicing its democracy.

But for Armstrong, the government we have today is basically “what we call Republican,” which does not pertain to the political party. There is actually no democracy. He explained that the American people are not even consulted about major government decisions. “They say we live in a democracy, that’s absolute nonsense. Do we get to vote if is it okay to go to war against Russia? Should we raise your taxes? We’re not asked that question,” he said emphasizing that the Biden regime does whatever they want to do. “And they stand up and can basically say whatever they want to just to get elected.”

They do not even represent the people, especially the lawmakers. He further elaborated that there is no way an elected lawmaker can just stand up on the floor of the House and make a proposal any time. “All proposals have to go through committees and if you don’t play nice, you’re not getting on a committee. It’s just simply so rigged there. We are nowhere close to a democracy, whatsoever,” he lamented.

Meanwhile, he predicted that the end of the whole “violent” fiasco in the Middle East would be by 2032. Adams inquired: “So, people all over the Western world are going to find themselves living under fascist totalitarian dictatorships?”

The financial analyst agreed citing the World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab’s eight points which included the “end of democracy by 2030.” Because of the globalist influence, “democracy became evil populism and people were too stupid to know what they really voted for.” However, he is hopeful that all that is happening now could finally urge people to get off their couches, stop watching the TV, and say “Enough is enough.” contains updates on the escalating Palestine-Israel war.

Watch the full conversation between the Health Ranger Mike Adams and Martin Armstrong on the “Health Ranger Report” below.

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