War, memes, ME, Iran, Israel, UK, US, Social Engineering, Planted stories…
Clearly something is up in the middle east and it’s not Poor Libya. poor, so much the poorer for being democratized and given a pre-fabricated Americanized Professor for a ‘leader”… for being bombed and raped and dis-placed to earn this hell called “freedom” in the arms of “democracy”. Nope, not talking about the Libya whose Great Nubian Aquifer project has been bombed and Uraniumly Depleted and…..nope, it’s not Libya I’m speaking of.
Not the Libya of the leader who was (or wasn’t he? Did they? Didn’t they) supposedly sodomized with a knife/bayonet…in public….
Libya is done. Done for. The machine that wants to own everything, eat everything, has found it’s permanent North African Beach-head, oil supply and the CROWN of Africa. Egypt taken. Libya Taken….
Lot’s more bombs to drop and guns and bullets and drones and tank shells to sell. He Sells Bomb Shells, from Sea to shining sea. On the sea shore…etc.
I’ve seen these merchants of death in military/aero shows. Speaking calmly about kill ratios…. The drone sellers (mostly Israeli companies) were the coldest. Farthest from combat, cowards.
So, where is it all pointing to? Where is the pressure.
An announced and sudden vacuum in Iraq. Afghanistan loaded up. Pakistan being fingered, every day, more and more. How they must rue this friend, the disUnited States, who bred dictator after dictator, pawn after pawn, eliminated true Pakistanis (Bhuttos), systematically. For decades, India was Russian and Pakistan a US pawn. Suddenly, US best (nuclear) buddies with India and Pakistan, rogue state du jour, cut adrift.
Syria being goaded, goaded……the biggest immediate thorn in Israel’s side. Goaded…. remember, NA/ME is a hot bed of mercenary activity, movement, hire, fire….mercenary and western intelligence (hah!!!) nefariousness abounds. Don’t believe all the anti-Assad rhetoric. Not on face value anyways.
So, a vacuum here, a firebombing there, lots of anti pakistan press… but this is what caught my eye….
Perhaps they feel enough of a case has been built against Rogue State, Evil Axis Pivot and all round bad guy…Iran.
Three news articles, in three prominent, mainstream rags, a public Danced and starred and idolized into submission…..
Iran may be next and soonish…
UK military steps up plans for Iran attack
amid fresh nuclear fears
British officials consider contingency options to back up a possible US action as fears mount over Tehran’s capability
Britain’s armed forces are stepping up their contingency planning for potential military action against Iran amid mounting concern about Tehran’s nuclear enrichment programme, the Guardian has learned.
The Ministry of Defence believes the US may decide to fast-forward plans for targeted missile strikes at some key Iranian facilities. British officials say that if Washington presses ahead it will seek, and receive, UK military help for any mission, despite some deep reservations within the coalition government.
In anticipation of a potential attack, British military planners are examining where best to deploy Royal Navy ships and submarines equipped with Tomahawk cruise missiles over the coming months as part of what would be an air and sea campaign.
They also believe the US would ask permission to launch attacks from Diego Garcia, the British Indian ocean territory, which the Americans have used previously for conflicts in the Middle East.
The Guardian has spoken to a number of Whitehall and defence officials over recent weeks who said Iran was once again becoming the focus of diplomatic concern after the revolution in Libya.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to rally support in his cabinet for an attack on Iran, according to government sources.
The country’s defence minister Ehud Barak and the foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman are said to be among those backing a pre-emptive strike to neutralise Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
But a narrow majority of ministers currently oppose the move, which could trigger a wave of regional retaliation.
The debate over possible Israeli military action has reached fever pitch in recent days with newspaper leader columns discussing the benefits and dangers of hitting Iran.
Mr Lieberman responded to the reports of a push to gain cabinet approval by saying that “Iran poses the most dangerous threat to world order.”
Creepy, hilarious in a tragic way….the double speak, the sheer false-ness of the narrative…. mind-boggling…
3) Israel speeds up ballistic missile tests as speculation grows of attack on Iran
Israel successfully test-fired a missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and striking Iran today, fuelling concerns the country’s leaders are considering a military attack.
The concerns were sparked over the weekend by a report in the Yediot Ahronot newspaper that said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Ehud Barak favour an attack.
That was followed by a report in the Haaretz daily today that said Mr Netanyahu is now lobbying Cabinet members for a military strike, despite the likelihood it would draw a retaliation from Iran.
So there you have it. Not sure what the attack-dog press in the US is saying, but it must be more of the same.
This is all news articles in main stream media on November 2nd.
The drums of war…. so needless, un-necessary and yet, in-evitable.
I suggest we be prepared for anything.
Take good care…
Update: Another November 2nd Stroy:
Is the US heading for war with Iran?
With an election coming and the economy struggling, conflict may not appeal to Obama, but the drumbeat is getting louder
The resolute Nobel-man
So perfect eh?
And the article itself:
War with Iran is the last thing Barack Obama needs with the American economy in dire trouble and a tough White House election campaign looming next year, according to officials in Washington as well as political analysts.
But while the Obama administration is desperate to avoid another conflict – it would be America’s fourth in a decade – the drumbeat from Israel has been growing louder.
The Israeli cabinet was reported on Wednesday to be debating whether to launch air strikes on Iranian nuclear sites in the coming weeks. The prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, and the defence minister, Ehud Barak, are lobbying in favour of action, but other senior ministers are urging caution.
In response, Iran has warned, as it has in the past, that any attack by Israel would result in retaliation against the US. The Iranian news agency ISNA quoted Hassan Firouzabadi, Iran’s military chief, as saying: “The Zionist regime’s military attack against Iran will inflict heavy damages to the US as well as the Zionist regime.”
The rhetoric from Tel Aviv and Tehran is making some within the Obama administration nervous.
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And it just goes on and on… and interestingly enough, it’s the British press. The Brits have old scores to settle in Iran. Looks like they will front-run the Iran show. Terrible business, terrible people who command such things….
Another November 2nd article:
With Gaddafi gone, Iran is once again top of the West’s list of problems
The drumbeat of war against Iran is set to beat much louder when the UN’s nuclear watchdog publishes the findings of its long-awaited report next week that the country is well advanced in its attempts to build a nuclear bomb.
With the dutiful addition of the “fanatical”, “deranged” and many other such false labels attached:
Because of Libya, international concern over Iran’s controversial nuclear programme has taken second place to the Nato-led effort to overthrow Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.
But now that Nato has officially declared the Libya mission at an end, the far more problematic issue of how to curb Iran’s nuclear ambitions is once again making all the headlines on the international security agenda.
Next week’s report by the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is widely expected to be the most unequivocal assessment of Tehran’s nuclear intentions in more than a decade.
Under the tenure of Dr Mohamed ElBaradei, the IAEA’s former director-general, there was a widespread perception amongst the world’s leading intelligence agencies that the IAEA consistently pulled its punches when dealing with Iran, even when teams of UN inspectors found glaring discrepancies in the country’s official declarations.
Tehran insists that it is interested only in developing an indigenous nuclear power industry. But these claims fit uneasily with the inspectors’ findings, which include traces of highly enriched uranium that have only a military application, as well as other activities, such as the development of intercontinental ballistic missile systems, which are normally associated with nuclear weapons rather than the generation of electricity.