Netanyahu’s False Flag on Iran
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In the second week of November 2010, Israel’s Prime Minister – Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu – called Iran the biggest threat to his country and the world, in a speech to a major Jewish organization. Strangely, this statement came just before Iran announced it is working to exponentially boost the range and numbers of its radar systems as part of a series of stepped-up defense measures. Netanyahu presented Iran as an attacker, while the last is taking defensive steps. I am not the one claiming that, the US does. The US National Intelligence Estimate in 2007 played down any early threat of an Iranian nuclear weapon. It assesses "with high confidence" that Iran did have a nuclear weapons programme until 2003, but this was discovered and Iran stopped it. Yet, Netanyahu’s mantra is “Iran will attack us.”
Over a year ago I published an article called Wag the Dog. There I said: “An awesome amount of articles on the media are exploring the possibility Israel would attack Iran. The date of the supposed attack changes faster than the weather. ‘Israel would use air bases in Georgia’ some articles claim. ‘Israel would fly over Syria without being detected,’ others add, implying an undisclosed electronic warfare advantage enjoyed by Israel. Yet, reality didn’t change. Israel cannot attack Iran in an effective fashion. Iran is too big, too far away and hostile countries (to Israel) separate the two. Moreover, Israel would not take the chance to be perceived as the cause for the subsequent blockade of the Strait of Hormuz by Iran and the dramatic raise in fuel prices that would follow. So, what are all these articles? For me – and for many of those that read the Hebrew newspapers in 2002 – the situation is clear. Israel is trying again to Wag the Dog,” (the last term refers to a manipulation of the USA by Israel, see that article for details). Moreover: “Following these second stage publications, pressure was put on the Jewish community and organizations in the US to help protect Israel against Iraq. Subsequently, the US attacked Iraq in 2003, without even declaring war.”
Taking this into consideration, Netanyahu’s misleading statement of the last week looks different. It is yet another attempt to prepare the ground for an American attack on Iran. “Prepare the ground” is the key issue. No words uttered by the weak Zionist leader could launch the attack. For this to happen, a dramatic event must occur. Would Israel launch a false flag attack on US forces so that Iran could be blamed and attacked by the USA? In the Six Days War, Israel attacked and destroyed the USS Liberty.
”Outrageous!” exclaims Meir Dagan as he reads the previous paragraph. Is that so? In Israeli Subs: On Dolphins and German Crimes I reported how in 2009 an Israeli submarine crossed the Suez Canal in its way to the Red Sea. In June 2002, former State Department and Pentagon officials confirmed that the U.S. Navy observed Israeli missile tests in the Indian Ocean in 2000, and that the Dolphin-class vessels have been fitted with nuclear-capable, submarine-launched cruise missiles (SLCM), capable of reaching targets 1,500 kilometers away. ("Gabriel," Jane's Strategic Weapon Systems, August 28, 2003). These are offensive moves – unlike Iran’s defensive ones. Are these preparations for Israel launching a false flag attack on the US Fifth Fleet, which is placed in the Gulf? Would Iran be blamed for it and yet another war begun for the joy of the Jewish international bankers?
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