Jeffrey Prather and Mike Adams: U.S., Israeli military forces are NOT prepared to fight in Gaza, nor to defend against the wave of Arab soldiers that seek to destroy Israel
Apart from the fact that some national guard bases in the United States are running out of ammunition now after sending virtually everything to either Ukraine or Israel, former intelligence officer Jeffrey Prather enumerated other reasons why the U.S. and Israeli military forces are not going to prevail in their fight in Gaza, let alone stop other Arab countries now out to destroy Israel due to the country’s violence toward Palestinians.
“We are being disarmed. We have no ammunition. We have no troops to guard us,” Prather lamented and further revealed that some of the contractors that contacted him said that guns were going to Ukraine, and they were diverted to Israel. During a real-time analysis of the ongoing Middle East crisis with Health Ranger Mike Adams on Brighteon.com‘s emergency broadcast, he pointed out that planners always make the same mistake of thinking that bombing lowers resistance, when actually the opposite is true.
“People always think if you bomb them, then they will give up. But actually, the reverse is always true because as things get more primitive and go tribal, people neighbor up and shore each other up,” he said, citing that destruction in Gaza has not lessened resistance, it has built resistance. At this point, Adams presented the possibility that the ground invasion in Gaza had been delayed to wait for the deployment of the United States air defense system as an augmentation of the Israeli assault. However, it’s pretty well-known that Hezbollah has at least 100,000 rockets or higher, Adams said.
“Those are unguided rockets and because Lebanon is adjacent to Israel, those rockets can do an extensive amount of damage to Israeli infrastructure, just the sheer number of those rockets,” he warned and raised a concern: “Can the U.S. air defense systems have any real effect on stopping those incoming rockets? Or what might they be able to stop? Iran’s medium-range missiles perhaps guided missiles? What about hypersonic missiles?”
Prather said, that though he is not an air defense artillery (ADA) expert, he thinks the American defense system will not be able to stop them. “I think it is because our technological systems are failing over and over. An example is the [Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II] F-35, which can only fly half the time because the systems are so complicated,” he said and compared it to Hamas’ unaimed missile systems, which like the Soviet Union’s philosophy, would always aim to just obliterate a grid square. American artillery and indirect fire – whether naval gunfire or even mortars – were always extremely precise, he added. (Related: EERILY SILENT: Israel’s utter DISREGARD for civilian life in Gaza draws muted reaction from the West.)
“I don’t even think they’ll be able to stop it with American support. But it will shore up the military-industrial complex along with the pharmacological biological media complex, because there are now naval guns that can fire from about 12 miles out, inserting bioweapons as well,” he revealed. “And that’s the direct energy weapons: the bioweapons and CRISPR technologies, that’s where the real focus is. The kinetic war, while tragic and bloody, is a mandated controlled and enacted war.”
The two also tackled military drones. “First of all, our audience needs to understand that Iran is a major manufacturer of drone technology. And it has provided drones to Russia, which has been very effective against Ukraine. Russia has its own drones as well, such as the Lancet 3 with anti-tank origins on it. However, Iran is very sophisticated in drone technology,” Adams stated and explained the economic asymmetry in this. “You can send in a $5 million tank – a Leopard 2 – worth maybe $5 million and it can be destroyed with a $50,000 drone. We’re talking about orders of magnitude difference in the economic investment required to achieve the elimination of the enemy’s hardware. That means that a superpower that can print unlimited amounts of money no longer has a strong economic advantage on the battlefield, because of the asymmetry that I just described,” the Health Ranger explained.
The intel expert agreed saying, these are low-budget things that are easily done and can easily be used by Hamas, Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Iranian forces. “And the systems have not developed to counter any of that stuff yet. They have not figured that out,” Prather stated referring to Israel.
Fifth-generation warfare to bring in food and energy scarcity
Another form of warfare that is obviously being rolled out in the Middle East is the 5th generation warfare. It is conducted primarily through non-kinetic military action, such as social engineering, misinformation and cyberattacks, along with emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and fully autonomous systems.
“Whatever Israel and the Middle East go through right now, it’s going to be exacerbated by food scarcity, and then probably soon, energy scarcity, which feeds even more into failed farming operations. It’s going to be much more difficult for any wartime nations or displaced individuals to acquire food,” Adams commented.
Prather lauded the Brighteon and Natural News founder for discussing Ukrainian’s Holodomor in previous reports. He added that the real plan is to continue to divide, as Ukraine has been divided up by Monsanto, the Eastern Province going to Russia. “Everybody takes their piece and I think the same thing is going to happen in America, as they plant these Nazis and the government comes in to put in their 15-minute cities. But the difficult part is to control the farmlands and that is why all of the military age-fighting men are coming across the border, to control the fields,” he said.
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