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  • Anonymous

    Why ? After reading that I felt so wonderfully sane!

  • Itay

    Wow… where to begin.

    >>Humanity is at a dangerous crossroads. War preparations to attack Iran are in “an advanced state of readiness”. Hi tech weapons systems including nuclear warheads are fully deployed.<>Escalation is part of the military agenda. While Iran, is the next target together with Syria and Lebanon, this strategic military deployment also threatens North Korea, China and Russia. <>The roles of Egypt, the Gulf states and Saudi Arabia (within the extended military alliance) is of particular relevance. Egypt controls the transit of war ships and oil tankers through the Suez Canal. Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States occupy the South Western coastlines of the Persian Gulf, the Straits of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman. In early June, “Egypt reportedly allowed one Israeli and eleven U.S. ships to pass through the Suez Canal in ….an apparent signal to Iran. … On June 12, regional press outlets reported that the Saudis had granted Israel the right to fly over its airspace…” (Muriel Mirak Weissbach,  Israel’s Insane War on Iran Must Be Prevented., Global Research, July 31, 2010)
    <>In post 9/11 military doctrine, this massive deployment of military hardware has been defined as part of the so-called  “Global War on Terrorism”, targeting “non-State” terrorist organizations including al Qaeda and so-called “State sponsors of terrorism”,. including Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Sudan.
    <>The broader implications of a US-NATO Israel attack on Iran are far-reaching. The war and the economic crisis are intimately related. The war economy is financed by Wall Street, which stands as the creditor of the US administration. The US weapons producers are the recipients of the US Department of Defense multibillion dollar procurement contracts for advanced weapons systems. In turn, “the battle for oil” in the Middle East and Central Asia directly serves the interests of the Anglo-American oil giants.
    <>Public opinion, swayed by media hype is tacitly supportive, indifferent or ignorant as to the likely impacts of what is upheld as an ad hoc “punitive” operation directed against Iran’s nuclear facilities rather than an all out war. War preparations include the deployment of  US and Israeli produced nuclear weapons. In this context, the devastating consequences of a nuclear war are either trivialised or simply not mentioned.<>The global killing machine is also sustained by an imbedded cult of killing and destruction which pervades Hollywood movies, not to mention the prime time war and crime TV series on network television. This cult of killing is endorsed by the CIA and the Pentagon which also support (finance) Hollywood productions as an instrument of war propaganda:
    “Ex-CIA agent Bob Baer told us, “There’s a symbiosis between the CIA and Hollywood” and revealed that former CIA director George Tenet is currently, “out in Hollywood, talking to studios.” (Matthew Alford and Robbie Graham, Lights, Camera… Covert Action: The Deep Politics of Hollywood, Global Research, January 31, 2009).
    The killing machine is deployed at a global level, within the framework of the unified combat command structure. It is routinely upheld by the institutions of government, the corporate media and the mandarins and intellectuals of the New World Order in Washington’s think tanks and strategic studies research institutes, as an unquestioned instrument of peace and global prosperity.
    A culture of killing and violence has become imbedded in human consciousness.>>This is by far the dumbass argument I’ve ever read. Here’s a newsflash my boy, people has been killing each other since the we came out of the oceans. We’ve genocided so many species that killing is in our blood. The empires of the world were busy annihlating each other, and people used to go to Gladiator battles and executions long before Hollywood produced “Black Hawk Down”. This is by far the dumbest piece of propagnda trash I’ve readen in a while. You conspiracy whackos don’t even try nowadays.

  • Anonymous

    Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
    The crucial point is: Is there sufficient intelligence as to the whereabouts of the Iranian nuclear weapons? That is not a piece of information that is likely to be in the public domain.

    Let’s face it! Nuclear weapons are outdated at least in a tactical context. When precision guided munition can be dropped into ventilation shafts – then 500 lb of TNT in a closed space is PLENTY!
    The other things is – you have “daisy cutters” dropped out of C-130’ies (I don’t recall how much explosives they are) – you have “bunker-busters” that count the number of walls passed in penetration – before exploding. The problem is knowing exactly where the nukes are – at a given time.

    What does give pause for reflection is that Israel to my astonishment has been talking publicly about knocking out persian nuclear weapons. Normally Israel does not talk about such stuff – they hit and explain afterwards – perhaps.
    Does this rethoric conceal real intelligence? To be honest: I have not the faintest idea.

    An all out conventional war with Iran isn’t very likely. The terrain is much different from f.i. Iraq. And Iran is four times bigger in population.

    The next thing is talking about the involvement of Russia, China, India and bloody Venezuela – I found especially Venezuela and Cuba a nice touch.

    Then the assertive arguments that it is ALL due to oil! Splendid with quotations of percentages when the strategic reserves of the USA is not known. We really have drafted the boogieman into this.

    This is not to belittle the seriousness, but to get it into proportion. It is tense enough as it is.

    As to making military plans for an attack: I sincerely hope so – that is what the military do: Make plans for everything – I even suspect they dust off the plans for reconquest of Britain at regular intervals in Pentagon – version 3.937b.
    The naval concentration in the area could also be ascribed to the fight against piracy – and I don’t think the liberation of Iranian hostages taken by pirates is a coincidence.
    The hostages are now recieving medical attention and their boat has been reposessed and is towed back.

    That is not to say that military action against is excluded in one way or the other – that is why the USNavy has carriers. The only thing worrying me is we haven’t heard anything from CVN-69 Eisenhower since October. We cannot exclude the possibility, that Iran does something stupid.

    But WWIII? That is over the top!

  • Anonymous

    Sorry I am not the only who posts articles here. I told my content manager to cut down on conspiratorial articles.

  • guest

    Seariously, is valuewalk the place for this conspiracy writing?

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