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Stormtrooper

Ex-Mossad Chief - Bombing Iran "Easier Than You Think"

Uzi Arad, former director of intelligence at Israel's spy agency, Mossad, has made a lifetime's study of revolutionary Iran. If international sanctions and diplomatic arm-twisting fail to halt its suspect nuclear activities, he is clear what the west must do: bomb Tehran.

Israel's official policy, like Britain and the US, stresses peaceful pressure to secure Iran's compliance with its nuclear obligations. The so-called military option has been assiduously talked down ever since President George Bush appeared to talk it up in January. In any case, military experts say, air strikes would have limited success.

Comment: Is this guy insane? Apparently so. His myopia (or is it plain psychopathy?) is stunning. He states that "it wouldn't just be aimed at the nuclear sites. It would hit military and security targets, industrial and oil-related targets such as Kharg island [Iran's main oil export terminal in the Gulf], and regime targets"

No mention of the RESULTS of ANY attack on Iran i.e. massive revolt in the Middle East and attacks around the world against Israeli and American interests that would destablize the world in many areas not directly linked to Iran's non-existent nuclear weapons programme.

Then again, maybe this is exactly what the Neocon and Zionist "crazies" want, because it would allow them to further demonise Arabs and Muslims as "terrorists" (by way of a few carefully planned false flag operations) and retaliate in the name of a war on terror.




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Faced With Facts, Psychopath McCain Denies His Own Straight Talk

Yesterday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) told CNN that that President Bush's escalation in Iraq is going so well, "General Petraeus goes out there almost every day in an unarmed humvee." On Monday, he told radio host Bill Bennett that there "are neighborhoods in Baghdad where you and I could walk through those neighborhoods, today."

This morning, during an interview with McCain, CNN's John Roberts rebutted McCain's assertions, stating, "I checked with General Petraeus's people overnight and they said he never goes out in anything less than an up-armored humvee." He added that a new report by retired Gen. Barry McCaffrey "said no Iraqi government official, coalition soldier, diplomat reporter could walk the streets of Baghdad without heavily armed protection."

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Psychopath King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia Sheds Crocodile Tears - Summit Just Another Farce say Palestinians

"In beloved Iraq, blood is shed among our brothers while there is an illegitimate foreign occupation and a hateful sectarianism that is threatening to develop into a civil war . . ."--king Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.
I seem to recall that Saudi Arabia, together with Kuwait and the rest of the Gulf kennel, supported the U.S. invasion and the occupation of Iraq. Saudi and Kuwaiti (as well as Jordanian) airspace and land were used by the invading army. Kuwaiti territory, to this day, is used to move U.S. troops and supplies into Iraq. Saudi Arabia in addition to Egypt, Jordan and the UAE (and even Syria), still oppose the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq!

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SOTT Focus: Wake Up And Smell The Cordite

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'al-Badawi'. Do you recognise that name? Didn't think so. He's one of the people that the US government alleges carried out a suicide bomb attack on the USS Cole as it sat at a Yemeni harbor in 2000.

The official story goes that Badawi and his accomplices purchased a small boat, loaded it with 500lbs of explosives and some ready-made suicide bombers who then drove it alongside the Cole while it was docked and...Kaboom. To the left is a photo of the damage to the USS Cole.

Note the lack of blast damage to the ship around the hole that we are told was caused by 500lbs of conventional explosives. For some reason, that hole reminds me of a WWII movie? Hang on, it's coming back to me, yes, I can see it now, a white trail rocketing towards a ship, just below the surface of the water. Then an explosion at the water line and a relatively neat round hole in the hull. Yes indeed, military explosives are so very efficient. But no, my eyes must be deceiving me, it was a dingy-load of fertilizer that did it.

Bad Guys

ADL Spiked Sept. 11 Blockbuster

"What are you doing putting this stuff out there? You're killing us!"

These were the words of Abraham Foxman, executive director of the infamous Anti-Defamation League, considered by many in the know to be nothing more than a domestic branch of Israel's intelligence service Mossad.

According to an explosive piece recently appearing in the online edition of Counterpunch, Foxman shouted this during a sit-down he demanded to have with an unnamed Fox News executive shortly after Sept. 11.

Star of David

Obama rebuffs Soros after he calls for "liberation" from pro-Israel lobby

The article, by George Soros, published in the New York Review of Books, asserts that America should pressure Israel to negotiate with the Hamas-led unity government in the Palestinian territories regardless of whether Hamas recognizes the right of the Jewish state to exist. Mr. Soros goes on to say that one reason America has not embraced this policy is because of the influence of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

Yesterday, Mr. Obama's presidential campaign issued a dissent from the Hungarian-born billionaire's assessment. " Mr. Soros is entitled to his opinions," a campaign spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, said. "But on this issue he and Senator Obama disagree. The U.S. and our allies are right to insist that Hamas - a terrorist organization dedicated to Israel's destruction - meet very basic conditions before being treated as a legitimate actor. AIPAC is one of many voices that share this view."

The Soros article puts Democrats in the awkward position of choosing between Mr. Soros, a major funder of their causes, and the pro- Israel lobby, whose members are also active in campaign fund-raising. Pressed by The New York Sun, some Democrats aired their differences with Mr. Soros.

Red Flag

SOTT Focus: 'Hostage Crisis' Or End Game?




Up until the 23rd March 2007, it seemed unlikely that the 'creative destructionists' (1) and 'reality-makers' in the Pentagon and Tel Aviv would get to "liberate" Iran in the way they have liberated 26 million Iraqis (1 million of them from their bodies).

The past 3 years of subtle and not-so-subtle slander and demonisation of the Iranian president and people by the American, British and Israeli governments and their media had been largely ineffective in further provoking the anti-Islamic ire of Joe six-pack. After all, with the US invasion of Iraq either a war crime or a quagmire (depending on your political perspective and depth of conscience) Bush's political capital account was seriously overdrawn, rendering the idea of extending the Middle East madness into an attack on Iran nothing but a Zionist pipe dream.

Or so it seemed.

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SOTT Focus: Hacking Democracy



©Hacking Democracy
A memory card that can be used to rig an election using voting computers.

What would you say if you went in to vote and found there was a man hidden behind a curtain in the voting booth. The man asks you who you want to vote for. You tell him, and he says that he has marked your ballot and put it into the ballot box. You never see the man nor see what he has marked on your ballot. You don't know if he is supporting your candidate, is against your candidate, or is neutral. You don't know if he has honestly recorded your vote or not.

Would you accept to vote under such conditions?

This is effectively what you are doing every time you vote using a computer.

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CIA,Mossad abducting more top Iranian officers

The abduction of very important figures in the Iranian Armed Forces hierarchy one by one in addition to Askari give credibility to predictions that similar operations are going to continue.

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Washington's Covert War inside Iran

Much attention has been given to the Bush Administration's preparations for possible war against Iran as well as its drive to impose sanctions. Meanwhile, a less noticed policy has been unfolding, one that may in time prove to have grave consequences for the region. There is a covert war underway in Iran, still in its infancy, but with disturbing signs of impending escalation. In the shadowy world of guerrilla operations, the full extent of involvement by the Bush Administration has yet to be revealed, but enough is known to paint a disturbing picture.