U.S. AT WAR! Look to the Heavens in 2024 as World War 3 is Quickly Escalating – Space Wars About to Begin?

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by Brian Shilhavy, Health Impact News:

As I write this on the last day of 2023, World War 3 is rapidly escalating, as the Houthis of Yemen have now declared war after the U.S. attacked them causing the first casualties in the Red Sea.

The news is developing so fast right now, that both the corporate and alternative media are having a hard time keeping up with today’s events as 2023 comes to an end, probably because most of their staff is out this weekend celebrating New Year’s.

This war has now spread from the Ukraine in Europe, to the Middle East conflict in Israel and the Red Sea, to several African countries, and to Guyana in South America, among many other places.

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And tensions are running high in Asia as China continues to engage Philippine military ships, and North Korea begins launching their own rockets in preparation for war.

Meanwhile, back in the U.S., most Americans go about their business of celebrating the New Year, completely oblivious that World War 3 has already started, and that thousands of innocent people around the world are DYING EVERY DAY!

The U.S. as we have known it for most of our lives, will probably never return. Both China and the U.S. have launched “secret” military vessels into space in the past few days, suggesting that we may see the beginning of the Space Wars in 2024.

Earlier today, the U.S. military and their allies took their first step in attacking the Houthi rebels of Yemen, and the Houthis responded by declaring war.

US Navy sinks 3 Houthi boats attacking merchant ship in Red Sea, US says

U.S. Navy helicopters returned fire and and sank three small boats carrying Houthi militants in the Red Sea on Sunday, after U.S. warships responded to a distress call from a merchant vessel, military officials said.

A Maersk container ship, the Singapore-flagged Hangzhou, issued a distress call at about 6:30 a.m. local time, U.S. Central Command said in a statement on Sunday. The merchant vessel said four small boats were attacking it.

“The small boats, originating from Houthi-controlled areas in Yemen, fired crew-served and small-arms weapons at the Maersk Hangzhou, getting to within 20 meters of the vessel, and attempted to board the vessel,” Central Command said.

Helicopters from two U.S. ships — the USS Eisenhower and the USS Gravely — responded and issued verbal calls to the small boats, U.S. officials said.

While the helicopters were “in the process of issuing verbal calls to the small boats, the small boats fired upon the U.S. helicopters with crew served weapons and small arms,” Central Command said.

Service members aboard the Navy helicopters returned fire and sank three of the four small boats, killing the crews, U.S. officials said. The fourth boat fled the area.

In a statement Sunday, the Houthis said they lost 10 group members after U.S. forces fired on their vessels, referring to the engagement as “dangerous behavior” that will have “negative repercussions.”

The group also said it will continue operating in the Red Sea. “The American enemy bears the consequences of this crime and its repercussions,” the group said, in part.

The group also reiterated that it will “not hesitate to confront any aggression” against Yemen and renewed its “advice to all countries not to be drawn into the American plans aimed at igniting the conflict in the Red Sea.” (Source.)

RED ALERT Houthis ‘have declared WAR on West’ says ex diplomat after terror boats are sunk in deadly gunfight with US Navy chopper

IRAN-BACKED Houthi rebels “declared war on the West” through their Red Sea attacks – and today they finally faced the music, warned a former US ambassador.

Mark Wallace told The Sun that the US Navy sinking three militias boats in the Red Sea marks a major turning point in the crisis – but “self defence” is not enough to deter the Iranian terror proxy.

Today marked the first deadly clash between the US and the Houthi rebels in the Red Sea. (Source.)

THE US could launch missile attacks on Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels amid crisis in the ambushed Red Sea.

President Joe Biden is planning to directly intervene in the rebels’ attacks after it vowed to continue striking cargo ships in one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes.

Biden has ordered to move USS Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft carrier to the Gulf of Aden near the Bab al-Mandab strait where the Houthis rebels have been attacking cargo ships amid the Israel-Hamas war.

The move comes after the Iran-backed rebel group said it would continue missile and drone strikes in the narrow passage of the Red Sea in sympathy with the Palestinian people until Israel stops pounding Gaza. (Source.)

President Biden, however, has already dragged the U.S. into this war, without any authorization from Congress, when on Christmas Day he ordered military strikes inside Iraq.

US retaliates in Iraq after three US troops wounded in attack

Dec 25 (Reuters) – The U.S. military carried out retaliatory air strikes on Monday in Iraq after a one-way drone attack earlier in the day by Iran-aligned militants that left one U.S. service member in critical condition and wounded two other U.S. personnel, officials said.

The back-and-forth clash was the latest demonstration of how the Israel-Hamas war is rippling across the Middle East, creating turmoil that has turned U.S. troops at bases in Iraq and Syria into targets.

Iran-aligned groups in Iraq and Syria oppose Israel’s campaign in Gaza and hold the United States partly responsible.

At President Joe Biden’s direction, the U.S. military carried out the strikes in Iraq at 1:45 GMT, likely killing “a number of Kataib Hezbollah militants” and destroying multiple facilities used by the group, the U.S. military said.

“These strikes are intended to hold accountable those elements directly responsible for attacks on coalition forces in Iraq and Syria and degrade their ability to continue attacks. We will always protect our forces,” said General Michael Erik Kurilla, head of U.S. Central Command, in a statement. (Source.)

War on Gaza: Over 1,000 children in Gaza have limbs amputated, Unicef says. (Source.)

Meanwhile, the slaughter of innocent people and children continues in Gaza and other places in Palestine, as the genocide escalates. Here is today’s latest:

Is­raeli at­tacks on homes across Gaza kill 100 peo­ple in last 24 hours

  • At least 100 people killed, 286 wounded in Israeli attacks on homes in central Gaza in the past 24 hours, health ministry says.
  • The Israeli war cabinet will meet to discuss captive-prisoner exchanges as Netanyahu vows to continue the war.
  • President Biden’s administration again bypasses Congress on weapons sales to Israel.
  • At least 21,672 people killed and 56,165 injured in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7. The revised death toll from the October 7 attack in Israel stands at 1,139.

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