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Friday, November 06, 2009


International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Mohamed ElBaradei said yesterday that there’s nothing to worry about at Iran’s nuclear facility at Qom. The news will not please the Zionist warmongers in Israel and their neocon fellow travellers in the US who insist that Iran has a ‘nuclear weapons program’ which, according to the Israelis, they want to use to ‘wipe Israel (and most of Palestine) of the map’.[1]

The Israeli Zionists and their neocon supporters in the US have been using the ‘Iran has a nuclear weapons program’ and the Iran wants to ‘wipe Israel off the map’ nonsense for some years now in the hope that they can drum up enough support from world-wide public opinion to justify attacking Iran in order to bring about a regime change there. But each time they beat their war drums and build it up to a crescendo where there could well have been an attack against Iran, along comes ElBaradei to rain on their parade by saying that there’s still no evidence of any Iranian ‘nuclear weapons program’. And each time that has happened, a pattern has emerged whereby Israel attempt to find some other casus belli to get at Iran via either Hezbollah in south Lebanon or Hamas in the Gaza Strip or both.

On several occasions during these past few years Israel has attacked both the Gaza Strip and south Lebanon on some Israeli-manipulated pretext or another in order to try and drag Iran into these wars thus providing an excuse to attack Iran directly with the help of the US. So far the Israelis have failed miserably.

But now it seems the Israelis might me up for another try at stirring up a war via Hamas or Hezbollah in the light of ElBaradei’s latest pronouncements about his findings at Qom.

Israel now claims that Hamas have secretly tested a new missile, supplied to them by Iran of course, with a range of around sixty miles which means Tel Aviv could be targeted. As a result, an article in ‘Ha’aretz’ today claims that Israel is preparing Israel for another assault against the people of the Gaza. On top of that, Israel has also claimed that a ship it stopped and hijacked on the high seas was delivering arms supplied by Iran destined for Hezbollah in Lebanon providing the possibility of another excuse to attack the people of Lebanon in the hope of escalating such a war to draw in Iran and the US.

Just as 114 states at the UN endorse the Goldstone report on Israeli warcrimes committed in the Gaza, the stage seems to be set for yet another act of murder and mayhem designed to get the US to attack Iran. The Israeli sense of timing is always immaculate.


[1] Israel has never explained how Iran intended to use its nuclear weapon against such a tiny nation as Israel without doing untold harm to the entire region including Irans allies; the Palestinians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and the people of south Lebanon. Nor has Israel ever explained how Iran hoped to avoid a retaliatory nuclear strike by either Israel or the US.


nolocontendere said...

I've been following that ship story very closely for the past 36 hours.
I'm convinced it's a fraud, another ruse to sway the mouthbreathers and distract from Goldstone.
What's real interesting is the Magically Mushrooming Cargo which started out as one container and has expanded to enough supplies for the Death Star.
What's real funny is the missiles intended for Hezbollah are painted with "I. R. Iranian. In english

michael mazur said... has it that only 5 countries are outside the Rothschild central banking dynasty clutches, Iran being one of them, the others are Libya, North Korea, Sudan and Cuba.

All of that puts everything into complete perspective, for it is these 5 countries which just happen to be more in the bad guy news than all the combined others on the planet as news about these remaining 190 non English speaking countries is chronically slight, and maybe, if lucky, the subject of tourist brochures, since they have all complied with the central banksters' demands to issue their currency and credit, which, of course, is a usurpation of these countries' peoples' right to issue their own currency and credit.

It was clearly evident in Sept 08 that the private central banksters of this world are beloved of PM Gordon Brown who couldn't contain himself when he saw the `financial crisis` as the opportunity to further the `globalising process of the private central banks` - which tells us that the crisis was completely manufactured by them in furtherance of that goal.

So now we can blindingly see that this swirl of news about Iran and nuclear facilities, and nuclear weapons, and levels of enrichment, and Iran's reluctance in sending uranium oxide to Russia for enrichment and then on to France to be returned to Iran, and long and medium range missiles, and IAEA and Mohamed El Baredai, and Pres Ahmadinejad and his alleged `wiping Israel off the map`, and the manufactured allegations of vote fraud in their June elections - have i missed anything else the Zionized west was clutching at ? - is really only about changing the ownership of Iran's central bank and to have it fall into the hands of the Rothschilds as did Iraq's after Saddam's fall in 2003, which really was what it was all about and not WMDs or even oil or 911.

The Jewish State fully knows that Iran has no interest in attacking it, especially with nukes, as the consquences for Iran would be more complete than they were for Hiroshima and Nagaski, and perpetrated by the same American gangster state.

Anonymous said...

The IAEA seems to be very concerned with Iranian advances in nuclear weapons technology.

They're intending to deliver a "please explain" to Iran in light of recent discoveries.

Damian Lataan said...

The so-called ‘evidence’ suggesting Iran may have experimented with implosive devices comes from a dossier compiled by various western intelligence agencies cobbled together over years. There is in fact no actual evidence whatsoever that Iran has done any such thing lately though Iran may have done so when the Shah was in power.

orana gelar said...

The neocon Bush/Cheney administration was pushing "laptop documents" - 1,000 pages of technical documents supposedly from a stolen Iranian laptop - as hard evidence of Iranian intentions to build a nuclear weapon. The latest accusations are based on those same documents.

Five years ago, German officials identified the source of the laptop documents as the MEK / NCRI. There are some indications that the MEK obtained the documents not from an Iranian source but from Israel's Mossad.

Damian Lataan said...

What else needs to be said?
Thanks OG.

Bob Wall said...

G'day Damian and orana, an update - Israel releases documents it claims is evidence of origin of the aforementioned arms shipment. interesting bit:

The documents included a ship’s manifest that said it was handled by “Islamic Republic of Iran’s Shipping Lines” and labels which say the the ship was in Isfahan, including a customs form stamped by Iran’s military.

Noteworthy in this claim is that Isfahan, a major Iranian city, is several hundred miles inland and doesn’t have a port. Nevertheless, experts say the documents prove that the ship was there, somehow.

Perhaps someone has been a bit careless. Hard to get good help these days - as attested by the "Niger" forgeries. But who in the MSM will notice the problem? Aron Heller in his article linked in the above report didn't, but then he probably didn't want to.

Damian Lataan said...

It's all in the detail Bob! Not that anyone in the MSM would notice.

Good to hear from you. Look after yourself Bob.