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UK officials in secret talks about strike against Iran

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posted on Apr, 2 2006 @ 10:18 PM
It seems that the world's largest superpowers are preparing for the possible use of force against Iran.If the U.S. and the UK strike at Iran,They don't have a chance

posted on Apr, 2 2006 @ 10:19 PM
Oh it comes...the Anti christ and the Mark of the Beast.... and micro chips.. *sighs* I am NOT going to use those scans at the airports...

posted on Apr, 2 2006 @ 11:50 PM
From the cited source:

If Iran makes another strategic mistake, such as ignoring demands by the UN or future resolutions, then the thinking among the chiefs is that military action could be taken to bring an end to the crisis.

There may very well come a day when the need for exhaustive military appraisals and various solutions to problems will arrive on the Iran matters; the British military chiefs may need to provide their portion of the information when the time comes. It appears imo, to be no more than contingency planning by the MOD in the speculative article. It is also logical to break into these types of meetings after posturing and with recent statements sourcing from the UN.

What has begun ringing in many articles such as above is the strategic nature of the possible strikes without a full military incursion.


posted on Apr, 3 2006 @ 01:57 AM

Originally posted by ARNOMANNN
If the U.S. and the UK strike at Iran,They don't have a chance

I won't say "they don't have a chance" if I were you. It would be brutal fight to the end for all participants of this predicted or imminent war. Iran is different from Iraq, they're much more stable and militarily stronger than Iraq was during the invasion. I wouldn't count on a "walk-in-the-park" attitude when facing with Iran and neither should you.

What I'm saying is that anyone can plan any contigency plans for war but when it really happens most of the plans go down the drain. The way I see it, it's just another kind of news hyped by the media to look as if it is a threat by U.S and U.K.

posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 12:30 AM
There is not going to be an attack against Iran. At some point,
Iran will give up its nuclear bomb ambitions and allow inspectors
in. This nuclear scare is nothing more than an act. I actually
covered it pretty well in the last post I made to "Iraq, a Master
Stroke of military strategy". Also deep in that thread were details
concerning how (nukes) were handled in Pakistan and how nukes
were the primary reason the US went into Iraq. At some point,
Iran will be given the option to give up there nuke bomb program
or have it attacked. More than likely Iran will give it up. You never
know, but Pakistan agreed to US terms, and saved themselves
a US attack. Iraq refused to give up their program, which had
been hidden, but was still there. When Saddam refused to
let UN inspectors interview Iraqi nuclear scientists, this was
the break down of UN inspections which got Iraq attacked.
We would not even have attacked Iraq, if we had known
where their program was hidden, but we did not until after
the attack. We have some pretty good ideas where Iran's
program is, and this will allow a major airstrike that really
gets Iran's attention, in the event they try to stonewall us like
Saddam did in Iraq. If we had known where Iraq's program
was hid and the extent of it , we would probably not attacked
or we would have only put in an Air Strike perhaps at most.
The US is defiinitely not in a rush to do this though. They
would much rather have things stabilized better in Iraq,
before opening up another can of worms. The plans though
have been made and once Iraq is stable, you can bet that
Iran will be given a deadline, to either allow full inspections
into their facilities or loose them.

Anyway, I gave most all the details, in that above mentioned
thread. Here is a link to it. Its pretty long, and you have to
sift through a lot of stuff, but the complete background on
Iran is in there, and also the last post tells of the latest
negotiations of the US and Iran. Here is a link to the thread:

[edit on 6-4-2006 by MajorCee]

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