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At least during WWII, the bombs dropped on Japan were auspiciously for a good reason, (although I've noted that debated recently) but in this scenario, it seems a little 'off' to start nuking Iran because 'somebody' did another 9/11. Where's the direct Iranian connection in this contingency plan?
As in the case of Iraq, the response is not conditional on Iran actually being involved in the act of terrorism directed against the United States.
The American Conservative by intelligence analyst Philip Giraldi:
The plan includes a large-scale air assault on Iran employing both conventional and tactical nuclear weapons.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
I wouldn't get all worked up about it...anyway it says tactical nuclear weapons not strategic nukes.
After the next terror attack we will do this that and the other..
sounds similar to this.
After my next paycheque im going to buy this pay that and finish this.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
and lets all write them and tell them to stop this nonsense
Lyndon LaRouche, on this Wednesday afternoon, issued an international alert, covering the period of August 2005, which is the likely timeframe for Vice President Dick Cheney, with the full collusion of the circles of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, to unleash the recently exposed plans to stage a preemptive tactical nuclear strike against Iran. The danger of such a mad, Hitler-in-the-bunker action from the Cheney circles would be even further heightened, were the United States Congress to stick with its present schedule, and go into recess on July 30 until September 4. With Congress out of Washington, the Cheney-led White House would almost certainly unleash a "Guns of August" attack on Iran.
The most compelling evidence of this "Guns of August" plan, LaRouche emphasized in discussions with colleagues, is the pattern of eyewitness reports of Dick Cheney's state of mind. Cheney is living out an American version of "Hitler in the bunker," lashing out at Republican Senators who have dared to resist his mad tirades, accusing anyone who fails to follow his orders—including senior members of the United States Senate—of being "traitors" and worse.
Next Terrorist Attack