Thursday, April 26, 2007
Update May 3rd
This might be related to an ongoing suit by two Americans who were illegally held at Camp Cropper, Vance and Ertel.
They are suing Donald Rumsfeld for their illegal confinement. One of the gentleman was working for the FBI and investigating the military and an Iraqi company thought to be funneling arms to Insurgents. The military traded arms for beer with the Iraqi company. Vance and Ertel met with Lt. Colonel Steele before they left. The FBI investigation was a whistleblower investigation of the military. IF Steele was in anyway helpful to the FBI, it may be that this is the Militaries revenge.
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
AIR WAR WITH IRAN AROUND JUNE
The U.S. will probably be ready to attack Iran by or around June 1st. I believe an attack by Israel or the United States will begin around that time.
Here's why the attack seems imminent:
You don't go through all of the following if your intention is NOT to go to war:
1). Extend tours of Duty for ALL soldiers. Sending "surge" troops to the Iranian border.
2) Send 3 aircraft carrier groups to the Persian Gulf. This is unprecedented.
3). Torture Iranian intelligence and diplomatic officials
U.S Troops are all being given an extended tour.
the aircraft carrier, the USS Nimitz, and its strike group are now sailing toward the Persian Gulf. They will arrive around the end of April, they will join the strike groups of the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (which it is officially replacing) and the USS John C. Stennis.
I don't believe there has ever been 3 aircraft carrier groups in the Persian Gulf at the same time. There were two only during the Gulf War. After arriving in late April, it will be interesting to see the Eisenhower does in fact leave or is left in a position from which attacks can be carried out.
Getting Iranian Target Information for Bombing through Torture and Kidnapping
The U.S. (and or Israel) has been kidnapping and torturing Iranian diplomats
TEHRAN, Iran - An Iranian diplomat freed two months after being abducted in Iraq accused the CIA of torturing him during his detention, state television reported Saturday. The United States immediately denied any involvement in the Iranian's disappearance or release.
Someone has also kidnapped the former head of Iranian Intelligence, an Iranian military general, Ali Reza Askari.
Arab newspapers are hinting that the Mossad and/or the CIA could be behind the disappearance of an Iranian general, Ali Reza Askari, who was last seen February 7 in Istanbul, Channel 10 reported Sunday evening.
Askari is a former general in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, and served in the cabinet of former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami.
Baztab, a Web site linked to the Revolutionary Guard, first reported that Askari may have been kidnapped. Baztab recently reported that Askari's name was one of 20 appearing on what "appeared…to be a CIA hit-list [of former Guard officers]."
Askari reportedly arrived in Turkey, where he was visiting for personal reasons, on a flight from Damascus. According to reports, he checked into the Hotel Ghilan, and has not been seen since.
There are two reasons for these and many other unreported abductions currently being carried out by U.S. forces. One is to gain any information they may have in a general sense regarding Iranian Revolutionary Guard activity in Iraq. And two is to gather TARGET information for the upcoming bombing of Iran.
The President has said on numerous occasions the HE was the victim of Bad Intelligence provided to him by the CIA. The CIA has been discredited for gathering much of its intelligence from people like Ahmed Chalabi and a comic book like character called "Snowball".
In order to circumvent this problem of alleged unreliable intelligence, the Vice President's office is getting it's information directly from Iranians who have been kidnapped and tortured.
IRAN is threatening to retaliate in Europe for what it claims is a daring undercover operation by western intelligence services to kidnap senior officers in its Revolutionary Guard.
According to Iranian sources, several officers have been abducted in the past three months and the United States has drawn up a list of other targets to be seized with the aim of destabilizing Tehran's military command.
An entire bus of Revolutionary Guards was blown up killing at least 11 revolutionary guards
An Iranian official was quoted anonymously by IRNA saying the attack was carried out by a US-backed group, "based on evidence gathered." The report said five suspects have been arrested. "A group which has been on the spotlight of US media propaganda was responsible for the blast," the official said
Governor Hassan-Ali Nouri of Zahedan said the attack was perpetrated by "saboteurs" who parked a bomb-laden car on the side of a road. When the bus passed, two armed men on motorcycles sprayed both the bus and the parked car with bullets, setting off the explosion. .
Russian military intelligence services are reporting a flurry of activity by U.S. Armed Forces near Iran's borders, a high-ranking security source said Tuesday.
"The latest military intelligence data point to heightened U.S. military preparations for both an air and ground operation against Iran," the official said, adding that the Pentagon has probably not yet made a final decision as to when an attack will be launched.
Additionally the U.S. is now accusing Iran for the failure in Afghanistan and supporting the Taliban.
Brussels- A leading US official on Wednesday warned of unhealthy" Iranian involvement in Afghanistan, saying Tehran was meddling in the country's political affairs and providing weapons to a resurgent Taliban. Richard Boucher, US Assistant Secretary of State for Central and South Asian Affairs, also said Washington was not aiming to "wipe out" the Taliban but wanted to stop the insurgents from disrupting the political development of Afghanistan. Boucher, who met EU officials in Brussels, said Iran was a developing issue of concern." his comments come only a day after Pentagon's top general Peter Pace said coalition forces in Afghanistan had intercepted Iranian-made mortars and explosives destined for the Taliban.
General Pace said today;
Iranian-made arms bound for the Taliban were intercepted by coalition forces in Afghanistan within the past month, General Peter Pace, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, said today.
However, Condoleezza Rice has said the Iran is:
"the state hub for technology and money and lots for other goodies to radical fundamentalist groups, some will say as far-reaching as the Taliban."
But Iran's Shiite regime and the Taliban's radical Sunni mullahs were blood enemies, and Iran actually sent arms and money to Ahmed Shah Massoud, to aid his war against the taliban. Challenged by a reporter, Rice insisted that the Iranians were "sending stuff to the region that fell into the hands of bad players in Afghanistan and Pakistan." She did not explain what players. Asked about her statement once again, she said that of course she was aware of the enmity between Iran and the Taliban. [Coll, Ghost Wars; page 539]
The Taliban have never been friends with Iran to my knowledge, but the U.S. is accusing Iran…not Pakistan of supporting the Taliban. The Taliban are said to be a creation of Pakistani ISI intelligence and of course were supported previously by the U.S. The U.S. can always be found to having once supported the people it currently is fighting all over the world.
That shifting of alliances (which is totally self destructive) is why we will see the U.S supporting the Sunni Arabs it is now fighting against the Shiites. This is already happening and has been reported by Seymour Hersh.
The point here is that the American Public is being told that Iran is to blame for the failure in Iraq and Afghanistan by "the "most powerful military force in the history of the world". Iran is the enemy. Iran is the enemy.
THE WAR WITH IRAN HAS ALREADY BEGUN
America is killing innocent Iranians, in hopes of provoking a response. They will get it.
The U.S is currently at WAR WITH IRAN at least by proxy. This report from MSM Brian Ross
A Pakistani tribal militant group responsible for a series of deadly guerrilla raids inside Iran has been secretly encouraged and advised by American officials since 2005, U.S. and Pakistani intelligence sources tell ABC News.
The group, called Jundullah, is made up of members of the Baluchi tribe and operates out of the Baluchistan province in Pakistan, just across the border from Iran.
It has taken responsibility for the deaths and kidnappings of more than a dozen Iranian soldiers and officials.
One former CIA officers say the arrangement is reminiscent of how the U.S. government used proxy armies, funded by other countries including Saudi Arabia, to destabilize the government of Nicaragua in the 1980s.
There have also been reports of direct U.S. involvement with U.S. troops on the ground in Iran as far back as two years ago.
The capture and torture of Iranian diplomats, soldiers and generals receives almost no press in this country. The press reports the capture of 14 British sailors on an espionage mission against Iran. The sailors are released in exchange for on high level Iranian diplomat.
But the press is not reporting with any real coverage the secret war against Iran that is currently going on. It's a serious war. Iranian soldiers and diplomats are being kidnapped, killed and tortured by American forces whether they be proxy or direct. What else can Iran do but to counter attack at some point. This will be reported in the press as a "provocation". It won't be a provocation. It will be a response to the brutal torture, killing and murder of innocent Iranians by American forces.
Russia Stops Work on Iranian Nuclear Reactor...Why?
Russia has stopped work on the Iranian nuclear reactor and will not send fuel as previously agreed upon.
Knowing that the reactor will be probably be bombed, the Russians and the Iranians are probably fighting over payments. Certainly the Russians would want to be all paid up before the reactor is bombed. Iran will not likely pay for a reactor that has been destroyed. That's one possible scenario as an explanation for the work stoppage and the "dispute" over payments.
Why work on a reactor ....why pay for that work....is in all likelyhood it's going to be bombed.
Meanwhile, the American press reports almost nothing about the beginnings of this already started war in Iran.
Leading Democrats Call for War Against Iran
There is no way to sugar coat or interpret in any other way the fact that Democrats are calling for war against Iran without actually saying it directly.
And Barack Obama, Hilliary Clinton and John Edwards, the so callled opposition party are more Anti Iranian than most of their Republican counterparts.
John Edwards says that the American people, if educated will support their president with what needs to be done with Iran. He is calling for the bombing of Iran. He is saying the American people will be reticent to do so because of what has happened in Iraq. But once the American people realize how dangerous Iran is, they will support the President in his bombing of Iran. Here are his exact words.
"Let me be clear: Under no circumstances can Iran be allowed to have nuclear weapons The vast majority of people are concerned about what is going on in Iraq. This will make the American people reticent toward going for Iran. But I think the American people are smart if they are told the truth, and if they trust their president. So Americans can be educated to come along with what needs to be done with Iran."
Iran will be bombed.