Thomas Wictor

The world WILL become a better place

The world WILL become a better place

It’s a terrible time for me personally. I’m on my third attempt to make a documentary about the murders of Ismail Bakr, Mohammed Bakr, Ahed Bakr, and Zakaria Bakr. It’s almost unbearable to plumb these depths again, especially since now I have the added knowledge that someone screwed me out of a huge amount of money by pretending to care about the Bakr boys. Tonight I was going to write a post about the ugly, destructive pig-people who want to bring down everything and replace it with garbage, but then I found a photo that put it all in perspective. The world will become a better place.

I can say that now without any hesitation, because tonight I discovered one of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s secret strategic bombers.

No, I won’t post the photo, even though it was published all over the world. The nation that built this bomber is hiding it in plain sight. Not only that, they’re using it in a way that tops every legendary military gesture of defiance. It’s truly magnificent, on a par with General Anthony McAuliffe’s reply to the Germans when they surrounded Bastogne and sent a demand for surrender on December 22, 1944.

McAuliffe’s reply in full.

To the German Commander.


The American Commander


When the Germans asked Colonel Joseph Harper what “nuts” meant, he said, “In plain English? Go to hell.”

The nation that built the Gulf Cooperation Council’s secret strategic bomber just told the Houthis and the Iranians to go to hell. Not only has this nation entered an arena of ballsiness that I’ve honestly never come across, its bomber crews are gaining experience and reconnoitering the target right out in the open.

Before I tell you how I identified the bomber, let me say that I’ve known many people from this nation. The majority of the population is Sunni Muslim; all the individuals I knew were Sunnis. They were just…people. There was no difference between me and them.

The craziest, most frightening Muslims I’ve met were Turks, Pakistanis, Nigerians, and Iranians. In that order. I’m not saying that those entire cultures are crazy and frightening, but the bad apples were all rotten in exactly the same way.

Crazy, frightening Turks were all hysterical and prone to explosive violence.

Crazy, frightening Pakistanis were all sly and prone to explosive violence.

Crazy, frightening Nigerians were all deaf and prone to explosive violence.

Crazy, frightening Iranians were all cold as ice and prone to explosive violence.

In the nation that created the secret strategic bomber, you never see scenes like this.


Houthi rebels in Yemen are part of a movement called Ansar Allah (“Supporters of God”). I don’t know why they aren’t categorized as jihadist terrorists. In this stupid propaganda video that they released, they fired an antitank guided missile (ATGM) at an empty Saudi M1 Abrams main battle tank (MBT) that they stole from a temporarily abandoned border post.

At 0:22 the genderless voice says, “God is great. Death to America. Death to Israel.”

The more I read about and see of the Houthis, the more repulsive they become.


This is the twenty-first century, not the ninth.

Houthi artwork.


The Houthis are another one of these “We love death as you love life” movements. Well, then die.

But stop whining about it! Just like in Gaza, all you see is video of blubbering man-children, complaining about how unfair it is that they’re having their rear ends kicked from one end of the battlefield to the other. They start a war, and then they bitch that their enemies have far greater fighting skills.

Which brings me back to the secret Gulf Cooperation Council strategic bomber.

I identified it from two of its features. Firstly, it has far too many antennas, which indicates that it’s fitted with electronic defenses against missiles and antiaircraft artillery. The second giveaway is the color scheme.

During World War I, one of the combatant nations did extensive research on how to render aircraft invisible at night. They put a bright light on an aircraft so that it could be easily seen and had it orbit overhead, and then they had other machines painted in different colors fly up toward the circling ship. The crew of the orbiting aircraft would try to pick out the interceptor coming toward it. Multiple paint schemes were tested.

The color that makes an aircraft invisible at night shocked the experimental research unit, because it seemed totally counterintuitive.

All-black night fighters and bombers look really butch.




But the problem is that black makes a night fighter or bomber more visible. It jumps out at you from the background.

The secret Gulf Cooperation Council strategic bomber is painted the exact color that a World War I combatant nation created to render night-flying aircraft almost impossible to see either against the ground or the sky. There’s no question that the bomber will be used at night, and my guess is that it will fly extremely low.

Before I wrote this post, I checked out everything with my brother Tim, an aviation expert. He concurs. We’re both stunned at the brilliance of the choice of aircraft to convert to a strategic bomber. It never even occurred to us, and we’ve been mulling this over for months. I looked around on the Internet and found that the idea of using this aircraft as a bomber has gotten virtually no mention.

Yet once you think about it, you see that it’s a no-brainer. But that’s what characterizes true genius. Simplicity. Anyone could come up with a bomber like this.


You’d see it coming from halfway across the globe. The secret Gulf Cooperation Council strategic bomber is being flown daily, yet nobody has publicly said a word. My guess is that they haven’t even noticed it.

I won’t tell you how I know this, but the existence of this bomber proves beyond all doubt that the Gulf Cooperation Council is entirely trustworthy when it comes to its intentions toward Israel. The bomber shows that the Israelis have an actual military alliance with the nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council. What I mean is, the members of the armed forces meet and train together, and they’re friends. They’ve gone far beyond the talking stage.

The Iranian mullahs, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Quds Force, Hezbollah, Hamas, the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, the Islamic State, and al-Qaeda are historical anachronisms, like the Dani headhunting culture of New Guinea.


Middle Eastern headhunters will give up after they get a taste of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s secret strategic bomber, an aircraft that is perfectly—PERFECTLY—capable of destroying an entire nation using the new Israeli hypersonic, rocket-powered bombs.

But it won’t come to that. The owners of the secret strategic bomber are civilized. They want the carnage to stop. So they’ll stop it.

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