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Information and Initiatives About Stopping the Cabal's Insane War On Iran
Wonder why the Trump junta is ramping up its war against Iran? Because the capitalist cabal has decided that it is going to use tactical nuclear weapons to maintain its hegemony in the Middle East.
Earlier, the Bush junta threatened war with Iran, because on May 30, 2008, Iran did what it had been threatening for several years: it stopped oil trades in dollars and went exclusively to the Euro!
From a massive amount of independent evidence, including Seymour Hersh's report on 6/30/08, Bush II's speech of 4/9/08, and now, Trump's pronouncement on 9/17/2007, it's evident that the demonic cabal has already started a war on Iran.
"Late last year, Congress agreed to a request from President Bush to fund a major escalation of covert operations against Iran, according to current and former military, intelligence, and congressional sources. These operations, for which the President sought up to four hundred million dollars, were described in a Presidential Finding signed by Bush, and are designed to destabilize the country’s religious leadership. The covert activities involve support of the minority Ahwazi Arab and Baluchi groups and other dissident organizations. They also include gathering intelligence about Iran’s suspected nuclear-weapons program." [Hersh article]
"Pentagon planners have developed a list of up to 2,000 bombing targets in Iran, amid growing fears among serving officers that diplomatic efforts to slow Iran's nuclear weapons programme are doomed to fail. Pentagon and CIA officers say they believe that the White House has begun a carefully calibrated programme of escalation that could lead to a military showdown with Iran."
Philip Sherwell Tim Shipman, "Bush setting America up for war with Iran," Telegraph.co.uk, 9/16/07
Previous cabal actions in their war with Iran:
- 2004: The Central Intelligence Agency and U.S. Special Operations Forces began flying unmanned "Predator" spy planes over Iran and sending small reconnaissance teams directly into Iranian territory (as reported by Seymour Hersh in the New Yorker)
- August, 2005: The cabal's plans were announced by intelligence analyst Philip Giraldi in an article in the American Conservative entitled "In Case of Emergency, Nuke Iran." Giraldi reported the resurrection of active U.S. military planning against Iran, including the shocking disclosure that in the event of another 9/11-type terrorist attack on U.S. soil, Vice President Dick Cheney's office wants the Pentagon to be prepared to launch a potential tactical nuclear attack on Iran--even if the Iranian government was not involved with any such terrorist attack against the U.S.
- June 2005: Israel ordered nearly 5,000 "smart bombs" from the United States that can penetrate six-foot concrete walls such as those that might encase Iranian nuclear sites.
- 2006: The U.S. military began plans for attack on Iran: see the links below
- October 24, 2006: US military announced that another expeditionary strike group entered the Persian Gulf where it joined the Enterprise, Eisenhower and Iwo Jima strike groups in the Gulf of Hormuz, just off the coast of Iran.
- December 23, 2006: The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to impose sanctions on Iran's trade in sensitive nuclear materials and ballistic missiles, a move aimed at getting Tehran to halt uranium enrichment work. Russia's U.N. Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, who was successful in watering down parts of the resolution, emphasized that the resolution did not permit any use of force. The resolution demands Tehran end all research on uranium enrichment, which can produce fuel for nuclear power plants as well as for bombs, and halt research and development that can make or deliver atomic weapons. The thrust of the sanctions is a ban on imports and exports of dangerous materials and technology relating to uranium enrichment, reprocessing and heavy-water reactors, as well as ballistic missile delivery systems. Iran has vowed to continue its nuclear program, which it says is for peaceful uses only.
"It is indisputable that nuclear weapons in the hands of the Israeli regime, with an unparalleled record of noncompliance with Security Council resolutions poses a uniquely grave threat to regional and international peace and security," said Iranian ambassador to UN M. Javad Zarif.
- 1/09/07: The US Treasury named Iran's Bank Sepah as a proliferator of weapons of mass destruction, banned US companies or citizens from doing business with it and blocked any of its assets that come under American jurisdiction.
- 1/10/07: Bush essentially declares war on Iran:"Succeeding in Iraq also requires defending its territorial integrity and stabilizing the region in the face of the extremist challenge. This begins with addressing Iran and Syria. These two regimes are allowing terrorists and insurgents to use their territory to move in and out of Iraq. Iran is providing material support for attacks on American troops. We will disrupt the attacks on our forces. We will interrupt the flow of support from Iran and Syria. And we will seek out and destroy the networks providing advanced weaponry and training to our enemies in Iraq.
"We are also taking other steps to bolster the security of Iraq and protect American interests in the Middle East. I recently ordered the deployment of an additional carrier strike group to the region. We will expand intelligence sharing and deploy Patriot air defense systems to reassure our friends and allies. We will work with the governments of Turkey and Iraq to help them resolve problems along their border. And we will work with others to prevent Iran from gaining nuclear weapons and dominating the region."
A leading UK-based Iran specialist, Ali Ansari, said the incident was an "extreme provocation". Dr Ansari said that Mr Bush's speech on future Iraq strategy amounted to "a declaration of war" on Iran.
- 1/10/07: American forces stormed Iranian government offices in northern Iraq, hours after President George Bush issued a warning to Tehran that was described as a "declaration of war." The soldiers detained six people, including diplomats, according to the Iranians, and seized documents and computers in the pre-dawn raid which was condemned by Iran. Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman, Mohammad Ali Hosseini, protested against the raid by US forces in Arbil, saying on Iranian state-run radio that it targeted a "diplomatic mission" since the "presence of Iranian staffers in Irbil was legal."
- 1/26/07: Bush admits that for some time the US policy has been to arrest or kill any Iranian found in Iraq, a policy which is in essence a declaration of war against Iran.
The Current War on Iran
Seymour Hersh: The Administration's plan for Iran|
Zarif's answer to UN sanctions
Iran's answer to UN sanctions
Trump, Iran and the US drive for world hegemony
Wilkerson on Iran