E. Michael Jones makes a lot of sense, not in every subject, but certainly when he talks about U.S. foreign relations.
It is puzzling, how much publicly available information Zionist warmongering seems to ignore. For example, how could they not have known that the elimination of Saddam Hussein would facilitate a great expansion of Iranian influence in the region? This should have been a no-brainer. Yet like a deindividuated, unthinking mob, Zionists were determined that Saddam had to go!
The highly competent leader of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, stated last summer, long before the senseless killing of Qassem Soleimani, that an attack on Iran would provoke a retaliation against Israel. He said that Hezbollah's missiles could take the Zionist Entity back to the Stone Age, and he said that the Jewish State would definitely suffer a retaliation if Iran were attacked. Perhaps Nasrallah did not make it clear enough that the retaliation would include tens of thousands of missiles from Hezbollah.
It was only after E. Michael Jones stated that any retaliation for the murder of General Soleimani should be against the State of Israel rather than against America --
"Israel is the cause of this mess; Israel should be held responsible for what happened." (Press TV, 5 January 2020)
-- that Nasrallah's position seemed to be remembered and taken seriously.