Saturday, April 17, 2010

Ominous moves against Iran

When Blair was called before Britain's Chilcot Inquiry on Jan. 29 of this year to defend the lies he used to launch the Iraq War, he told the hearing that the Iraq war had been necessary, even if there were no weapons of mass destruction, in order to prepare the world for the coming war with Iran.
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Obama's so-called Nuclear Security Summit on April 12-13 was mainly an opportunity for Obama to personally knock the skulls of world leaders to try to force them into backing these UN "sanctions" leading to war.
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It is very revealing of the lies Obama is retailing today, that the Brazil newspaper O Globo added that Lula planned to tell Hu that "the argument used by the White House, that Israel could lose patience and attack Iran, is groundless, since ... Israel would not attack without U.S. consent."
April 16, 2010 (LPAC)— Feeling the need of bonuses on their way to retirement from the human race, three-quarters of the U.S. Congress and Senate sent a letter to President Obama this week, urging him to impose "crippling sanctions" upon Iran, without or without United Nations action....
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For that proposition, the American Israel Political Action Committee (AIPAC), funder of the letter, found great bipartisan unity.

Finally - an honest economic report from Congress: the system is collapsing, and we have to provide an "explanation," i.e. world war. Note that this was preceded by some tough talk about their financial masters to get on our good side, which I suspected would soon be followed by something evil in the dark, such as this strong support for another big lie intended to start a war.

Also note that Obama and the Israeli government have been drifting apart on certain issues lately, perhaps to set the stage for Israel pretending to "go rogue" and invading Iran. Congress' vote might have been the signal for Israel to proceed.