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Preparing The Public To Support Attack On Iran

Preparing US-UK Publics To Support Attack on Iran


comment by Larry Ross April 22, 2007

The following article in the London Times is a good example of US-UK collaboration in planting false stories to justify an attack on Iran. Tony Blair is probably staying in office as a trusted US war collaborator until sometime after the US launches the attack. The comments following the article are most valuable in pointing out how closely this false story is to the ones the UK used to justify the Bush-Blair illegal war on Iraq in 2003. M15 and other intelligence agencies in the UK and US are now an integral part of the US-UK deception campaign. Nothing issued by them can be trusted but they are useful in indicating what they want people to think. Intelligence reports today are created to give the Bush and Blair regimes material they can use to deceive the public and justify wars.

The record of false intelligence during the Iraq war certainly proved that.

It may be reasoned by the war planners, that the assault on Iran, designed to be a much bigger war with the use of nuclear weapons, will require a "Hiroshima-Nagasaki" like attack on US-UK forces, as the following story claims.

A "Hiroshima-Nagasaki" attack for which Iran is blamed is what is called a "False Flag" covert operation. It may be judged necessary in order for the US-UK to justify jumping over the 62 year nuclear weapon barrier to assault Iran with nuclear weapons. If you Google "US Nuclear War ON Iran" you will find 20 million 500,000 thousand stories on this subject.

Both Bush and Blair have already threatened to use nuclear weapons against Saddam Hussein in 2003 if he defended Iraq with what Bush and Blair claimed were weapons of mass destruction. New doctrines have been created by the Bush Administration to justify a pre-emptive nuclear attack, as well as introducing nuclear weapons into conventional conflicts. So the stage is set for nuclear weapons use and The Times article suggests that this is the plot.

Some may think this theory is too bizarre and extreme to be true. People have already been conditioned to reject any accusatory stories about Administration policies, lies and machinations as "conspiracy theories". Denial of the unpleasant and threatening is a natural reaction. However a review of Bush-Blair war crimes will show that both governments are desperate, with sinking popularity and more of their awful truths being exposed. Both Bush and Blair and their Administrations are up to their necks in a fraudulent criminal war enterprise involving the murder of at least 655,000 innocent people in Iraq That is a very big war crime on the scale of those committed by Hitler's Nazi regime during World War II. Naturally Bush and Blair are determined to do everything possible to prevent the truth from getting out. In the context of their insane reasoning, and that of their staffs, they may think that a huge new lie with many casualties is likely to be believed as Hitler taught. Hitler said "the bigger the lie the more people will believe it" and that most normal people would reject the idea that their leaders would commit such crimes. The London Times is determined to continue helping bring on this war by printing fraudulent stories like the one below.

Just as the Germans believed Hitler's lies, so the US-UK publics are likely to believe really 'big lies' about Iran. Murdock is the man to give these lies to the people using his London Times.

Some newspapers in New Zealand are playing a similar role, often choosing to reprint blatant propaganda stories from the Murdock paper, in preference to more balanced comment and objective real news stories, such as one sees in The Guardian or Independent.

From The Sunday Times
April 22, 2007

Al-Qaeda‘planning big British attack’


Dipesh Gadher


AL-QAEDA leaders in Iraq are planning the first “large-scale” terrorist attacks on Britain and other western targets with the help of supporters in Iran, according to a leaked intelligence report.

Spy chiefs warn that one operative had said he was planning an attack on “a par with Hiroshima and Nagasaki” in an attempt to “shake the Roman throne”, a reference to the West.

Another plot could be timed to coincide with Tony Blair stepping down as prime minister, an event described by Al-Qaeda planners as a “change in the head of the company”.

See Full Sory…
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article1687360.ece

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Larry Ross,

Please visit http://www.nuclearfreenz.org.nz

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