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Larry Ross: Iran War Could Be Global Catastrophe

Iran War Could Be Global Catastrophe

comment by Larry Ross
Feb 23, 2007

Michel Chossudovsky's article "Theater Iran Near Term" (TIRANNT) confirms my warnings on this subject for over a year and during my Sept/October 2006 lecture tour.

The US could strike "between late February and the end of April 2007" according to the Kuwait-based Arab Times. With huge military forces positioned and prepared to attack it's unlikely that the US will delay much longer than the above estimate.

Only some major development to stop the Bush Regime could prevent this long-planned war from proceeding on schedule.

Of particular significance are my urgent warnings about the US staging a 'False Flag' operation in which Iran is blamed for "a Second 911 attack" as a justification to make war. As the US intends to destroy a country and turn Iran into a pile of radiated rubble with huge casualties, they will probably construct a big excuse or justification for their pre-emptive war that people and countries will tend to believe.

They will believe it because:
(1) There has been so little public education about false flag operations, their use in the past and why the Bush Administration may use such an operation in the next few weeks as an excuse to start a huge war.
(2) Given the current level of public ignorance due to media support for the various wars of the Bush Administration, few people would believe the Bush Administration could itself stage an attack on it's own citizens to promote hatred for it's targeted enemy - Iran. Unprepared, most people will not, and could not, believe such a horrendous evil thing.

Once it happens, events, reactions, consequences and more wars and disasters will take over and dominate the media and people's thoughts. There is no guarantee that the "unthinkable" will not happen. If humanity is spared the big one, it is likely that lesser calamities, such as a sudden end or severe restriction, of oil supplies, will severely affect people's lives for the foreseeable future. While the media is very limited in its coverage of wars, plans for war, lies and false justifications, they are likely to be much more so after a big 'False Flag' event.

Just as the media served as Bush's propaganda and lie agency for his illegal Iraq war, so they are serving in a similar way to demonise Iran before a US-staged 'false flag', which blames Iran and justifies a US attack.The media will promote it "as an unfortunate but just retaliation which Iran brought on itself."

The are many things that might be done in the USA and other nations that could help stop Bush and prevent such a disaster. One is widespread education of people about this crisis, and how the Bush regime might stage some kind of provocation or false flag operation to justify their pre-planned war.

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