First-ever Israeli National Intel Assessment says ‘All World Order on verge of collapse’

Israel’s Intelligence Ministry on Monday unveiled the country’s first-ever National Intelligence Estimate report on Monday.

ed note–we’ll forego the usual extended ed note commentary in favor something ‘short and sweet’, as the saying goes–

NONE of this is by accident, ALL of this is by design, something which should be Kristol Clear to all Gentiles with a vested interest in their own future survival, but which–sad to say–is not the case at all, except in very small numbers and the minutest of percentages.

The ‘New World Order’ is actually the Old World Order, and by that we mean the ‘plan’ that was hatched in the collective fevered brain of Judea and of the ‘Children of Israel’ thousands of years ago, a short sample of which reads thus–

The Gentiles and their kings shall come to your light and to the brightness of your ascension…
You shall drink their milk and draw milk from the breasts of their kings…
Strangers shall stand and feed your flocks,
And the sons of the foreigner shall be your plowmen and vinedressers…
As you devour the riches of the Gentiles they shall boast of your greatness and surrender unto you all their gold and incense, and the children of those who persecuted you shall come bowing down to you, while all those who despised you shall fall prostrate at the soles of your feet…
The sons of foreigners shall build up your walls, and their kings shall minister to you, as your gates remain open, day and night, so that the wealth of the Gentiles may be placed at your feet while their kings are led in humble procession before you…

For the nation which will not bow down and serve you shall perish, it shall be utterly destroyed…–Book of Isaiah



The world is at a transition point analogous to being on the edge of a cliff, after which a series of crises striking simultaneously will reorder the planet’s geopolitics, technology, the economic order and a variety of other disciplines from health to energy, according to Israel’s first-ever government national intelligence estimate.

The report was published by the Intelligence Ministry in the vein of the type of reports issued in the United States and other Western countries.

According to the report, the world is at or on the edge of a cliff and is likely to be struck by a variety of crises affecting all aspects of life.

Recommendations from a team of eight experts who wrote the report addressed all critical areas related to national power and resilience, including, but going far beyond, mere military power.

These recommendations focused on advancing key geopolitical alliances, serving as a geopolitical and technological bridge between countries and preemptively filling potential gaps in national resilience.

Some of the ‘danger’ areas discussed were health, energy and water.

What did the report say about Israel?

The report also recognized a major change in Israel’s status since evolving from an energy-weak country to energy independent with the recent acquisition of natural gas resources in its maritime coastal areas.

The recommendations were presented to a special conference on Monday including officials from all of the areas of Israel’s defense and intelligence branches.

A schedule for the closed conference obtained by The Post indicated that an unnamed top intelligence official – usually reserved for Mossad or Shin Bet officials – will present the findings.

Former IDF intelligence chief Amos Yadlin, former National Security Council director Yaakov Amidror, Intelligence Minister Elazar Stern and Intelligence Ministry Director-General Alex Dan were among the other presenters.

‘The state needs to work harder at strengthening national resilience,’ explained Intelligence Ministry official Victor Israel who was involved in drafting the report.

Explaining the thinking behind formulating the report, Israel noted that until now, when there was a crisis in a certain arena there has been only limited attention, but that such processes are on the verge of passing a tipping point where the negative impact on society will be far greater than before.

He said that the US issues such a report every four years and that NATO, the European Union, Singapore and large corporations like RAND regularly issue such reports, and that the Israeli intelligence estimate tracked many of those.

The senior intelligence ministry official said that the report was a distinct change for his department which often looked ahead to trends which are 20 years away, whereas this report had a shorter focus with a 10-year outer limit.

In addition, Israel said that the report looked closely at the mutual interaction between the various trends, such as trust in government institutions, global health, supply chain and economic downturns that could have a cumulative destabilizing effect.

According to the report, it may not be easy for Israel to maintain a geopolitical balance between positive relations with the US, China and Russia as these powers move from open competition to greater conflict.

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