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Syria Shocker! “Israel Dropped Nuclear Bomb on May 4”

Syria Shocker! “Israel Dropped Nuclear Bomb on May 4”
July 20
08:11 2013

Shocking news, covered up by the “mainstream media”, out of Syria….

Retaliating for the sinking of one of its nuclear submarines by Syrian forces, Israel dropped an atomic bomb near Damascus on May 4.

Don’t believe us? Here is the exclusive from investigative reporters — favored by reliable international outlets like Iran’s Press TVat Veterans Today:

At the time, EA assessed that Israel might have carried out a conventional attack on a Syrian “strategic research facility”. We concluded:

The message to Assad is clear. If the regime continues to move rockets across the border to aid Hezbollah, Israel will not only strike at the immediate threat, but will deal serious body blows to the regime, severely hampering Assad’s efforts to counter Syria’s insurgency.

Blinded by our place within the late-capitalist, pro-American-imperialist, free-market media, we must have missed the mushroom cloud and the lightning around it. Thank goodness that Veterans Today are clear-eyed and able to bring us the Truth.

Other exclusives from Veterans Today:

Secret Space War: Terra Forming

Takfiris and Zionists Are Dreadfully Fond of Killing People…and Sometimes Eating Them”

Zimmerman Innocent — Huffington Post Wants Him Lynched

Population Cleansing Wars

[Editor’s Note: We really do not believe that Israel dropped any kind of atomic device on Syria, on May 4 or any other date. We also do not believe that the US Government is engaged in a covert terra-forming project on other planets.

Oh, we also do not believe that Iran’s Press TV is a reliable news source.]

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Scott Lucas

Scott Lucas

Scott Lucas is Professor of International Politics at the University of Birmingham and editor-in-chief of EA WorldView. He is a specialist in US and British foreign policy and international relations, especially the Middle East and Iran. Formerly he worked as a journalist in the US, writing for newspapers including the Guardian and The Independent and was an essayist for The New Statesman before he founded EA WorldView in November 2008.

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  1. Catmari
    Catmari July 20, 12:06

    Readers of this article might also enjoy: http://en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com/oddly-enough/

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