Iran Nuclear Soap Opera Enters Its 20th Season
September 27, 2012
By James Farganne
to such insider texts as the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, the
Jewish power elite have made a virtual science of engineering desired
changes by fomenting wars and revolutions. It is a dialectical
strategy that has won them almost unimaginable power.
I think a reasonable argument could be made that there never has been a successful revolution that was truly grass roots, at least not in the last hundred years or so. Real revolutions, whether social or political, seem always to come to us from the top down.
we watch from the edges of our seats as crazed men like Bibi Netanyahu sabre-rattle the Middle East toward igniting a Third World
War. They decry Iran's "nuclear ambitions", when even
Mossad has admitted Iran has no nuclear weapons in its arsenal.
In fact, such warheads require uranium that is at least 90% enriched. Iran's enrichment has pegged out at 20%, and they have shown no signs that they intend to take it higher. This is pretty much common knowledge by now. Even the MSM has admitted it. Yet the BeeBees and the Baraks continue to slaver their venom ... as if they were blindly adhering to a script. Why?
they are adhering, albeit not blindly, to a script. Their dialectic
methods dictate that if you want to destroy a country, then you must
demonize it first. We should remember that BeeBee's current campaign
of virulent rhetoric against Iran is but the culmination of a series
of outbursts going back some twenty years.
IRAN BOMB ACCUSATION TIMELINE (YAWN)
nuclear power program began in the late 1970s. Shah Mohammad Reza
Pahlavi, Iran's pro-West puppet leader, embarked on an ambitious
program to build upwards of 20 nuclear reactors. But then Western
intelligence agencies reported that the Shah had intentions of
putting together a secret nuclear weapons program.
In 1979, a revolution deposed the Shah, and thus was born the Islamic Republic of Iran. If the Protocols are any indication, we can safely assume that the purpose of setting up the Islamic Republic was to create a bugbear, a Great Satan slated for destruction down the road.
The new Iranian regime had no love for things nuclear. Ayatollah Khomeini denounced all forms of the technology and suspended the country's nuclear activities. In 1984, engineers from West Germany visited the Bushehr nuclear facility. The reactor was still unfinished, and yet shortly thereafter, West German intelligence claimed that Iran's effort to produce a nuclear bomb was "entering its final stages".
It was in 1992 that Israel started sounding alarms about a supposed Iranian nuclear threat. Bibi himself, then a parliamentarian, broke the ice by claiming that Iran was within five years of having The Bomb, and calling for "an international front headed by the US". Sound familiar?
That same year, Foreign Minister Shimon Peres, appearing on French TV, upped the date to 1999. "Iran," he warned, "is the greatest threat and greatest problem in the Middle East, because it seeks the nuclear option while holding a highly dangerous stance of extreme religious militancy."
Talk about the pot calling the kettle black -- only this case, black was actually not the kettle's color. Israel already had nukes. Iran had never even made an attempt to develop them.
1992 also saw both the House Republican Research Committee and CIA chief Robert Gates leveling similarly empty accusations from the States. Meanwhile, a "Defense Strategy for the 1990s", leaked from the Pentagon, all but omitted Iran from its conflict scenarios. Why this discrepancy?
Blur forward to 1995, and we had The New York Times pounding this same ominous drum, reporting US and Israeli officials' "fears" that Iran, once again, was about five years from developing a nuclear arsenal. Then, in 1997, The Christian Science Monitor reported that, owing to political pressure on Iran's suppliers, Iran had been "forced ... to adjust its suspected timetable for a bomb." The dreaded new outlook was a nuclear Iran within eight to ten years.
The period in this saga from 1998 - 2002 began when we were told that Iran had test-launched a medium range missile. Now US and Israeli war hawks had a fresh new pretext for their allegations.
In 1998, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told Congress that Iran would have an ICBM capable of hitting the continental US -- and can you guess how long he said it would take? Yawn. Five years.
In 2002, we were given a ludicrous new specter called the Axis of Evil, a fiendish chimera combining three bogeymen: North Korea, Iraq, and of course, Iran. The MEK, an Iranian opposition group, in August of the same year, accused Iran of hiding enrichment facilities. Belief that Mossad had put them up to this accusation was widespread.
In 2004, Secretary of State Colin Powell announced that Iran was trying to affix a nuclear warhead to a missile. In 2005, designs for nukes were alleged to have surfaced from an intercepted Iranian laptop. Iran categorically denied their authenticity, claiming intelligence agencies had forged them. Given such agencies' known antics, this is not a far stretch.
From 2006 to 2009, we saw intermittent flurries of thinly-veiled threats from the Bush administration and the Zionist-controlled media. All of them subsisted on the assumption that Iran would soon be a nuclear power and therefore a threat to the "free world".
Yet 2007 brought a harbinger to the present din of mixed signals. America's 16 spy agencies released a combined National Intelligence Estimate in which they opined, "with high confidence", that Iran's nuclear ambitions had evaporated in 2003. In June 2008, US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton predicted an Israeli attack on Iran by January 2009. In May of that year, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee emphatically concluded that "There is no sign that Iran's leaders have ordered up a bomb".
The foregoing timeline reveals Illuminati tactics at play. By periodically repeating the same lies, they condition the public into accepting a false premise. They use false flags (9-11) as a form of trauma-based mind control to sear that premise emotionally into the public mind. Then, while admitting truth that obviates the false premise, they steam ahead with their plans anyway.
In 2007 General Wesley Clark revealed that Paul Wolfowitz indicated in 1991 that the Neo Con plan was to destabilize and oust the regimes in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.
This last stage is to use imaginary nuclear weapons as a pretext to satisfy an arcane legal requirement.
By then, the public are too disoriented to know what to think, so they can formulate no coherent opposition. The Illuminati use this non-reaction to justify their atrocities. This is an MO -- repeated, via predictive programming and doublethink, ad nauseam throughout the annals of Zionist media and Hollywood.
What about the dissenting military brass, both American and Israeli, who have called an attack on Iran a suicide mission? What about all the recent friction between Netanyahu and Obama?
I would like to believe, and indeed retain some hope, that these are signs of an unexpected turn of events, something the Zionist think tanks did not foresee. But my horse sense tells me it's just a big soap opera, with celebrity spats woven into the denouement for good measure.