Cheney Orders Media To Sell Attack On Iran

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posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 03:28 PM
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September 7th will be the day something happens yup this Friday. Dam and I wanted to take a girl out.




posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 03:40 PM
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They may try and sell but I seriously doubt the population is in any mood to be buying.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 03:55 PM
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whats that old saying?

what if someone threw a war and no one showed?



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 04:19 PM
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September 7th will be the day something happens yup this Friday. Dam and I wanted to take a girl out.


was this a simple suggestion or do you know something we actually don't... i'm just a little curious hehe...


anyway it would be nice if some of you guys who have access to the US news channels and their coverage on the iran issue could upload some of the clips which should slowly but surely emerge by now in future. as the source stated ~
we should see an increase regarding the pro war propaganda starting this week.
thanks in advance for any links / uploads to the related news media coverage!


[edit on 4-9-2007 by EBE154]



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 04:43 PM
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This could be true, they could be manipulating the media to start selling a concurrent war but I will be extremely surprised if this is this case.

Most people realize they screwed up in Iraq and it will anger most Americans that we will have to also battle Iran. This would be the sell of the century.

Also, what will the media do with all of the K-Fed, Brittney, Lohan and tons of other mindless "news".

The media may have been commanded to start dumbing us down, while N. Korea shut down their reactor all we saw on the news was Lindsy Lohan and other BS.

I don't think they'll make things known to us by preparing us for the strike, if there ever is one.

[edit on 4-9-2007 by Electro38]



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 04:58 PM
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Here is a 'counter' clip from Charlie Chaplin. He has hit the nail on the head and bushco has it all wrong.

www.truthdig.com...



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 05:40 PM
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We've been hearing that an attack on Iran would be "coming in the next few months" for over two years now and I have to admit I'm beginning to grow skeptical. To be sure, I wouldn't put it past the neocons for a second, and having a false flag terrorist event to justify it, frankly, wouldn't surprise me either.

And I'm not saying it won't happen before the end of the Bush Administration. But I'm also beginning to wonder if it isn't all part of an elaborate bluff to create as much political leverage as possible when dealing with the Iranians at some future date.

I would agree that Iran has the right to use nuclear technology for generating energy, but Iran with an atomic bomb is a major concern. That doesn't mean, though, that we have to attack them. If a deal could be worked out where we could have inspections (heck, the US and Soviet Union had inspections as part of the SALT treaties, so it's not asking too much) then maybe a confrontation could be avoided.

Some people seem eager to have something happen because they want to be entertained by the spectacle -- not just of a US-Iran confrontation but the whole middle east spinning out of control. This, unfortunately, seems to include people on both sides of the political fence.

[edit on 4-9-2007 by ClintK]



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 05:53 PM
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An odd thought here!!!

Funny how we have started pulling out of Basra !!!! any connection here ??

regards
Git



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 05:57 PM
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@completenuttergit

Of course there is a connection: Regroup for attack on Iran.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:09 PM
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I've also started give up on thinking there will be a war with Iran but i can't help but notice a lot more funny business going on lately.

I think one of the most telling things is North Korea backing off its nuclear plans. This sets the stage for an Iran invasion because mainstream skeptics can't say "well if Iran is so scary why do we not attack North Korea they have a nuclear program." N.Korea has backed off theirs but Iran is still playing hardball better get em!

This is just one thing that is so odd. Why would N.Korea back off? It just doesn't make sense. If i was to get conspiratorial i could make sense of it but without a conspiracy it makes no sense to stop a nuclear program, i mean everyone has them now its only fair and they could argue that until the program is complete and then its too late.

This and many other things like those funny put options and Bush talking about Iran causing "nuclear holocaust" on TV the other day, it is for sure the drums of war.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:14 PM
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Prisonplanet is SUCH a credibkle news source!! LOL. I think im just gonna swallow this information as the gospel.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:14 PM
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esdad wrote:
Does the article metion the shelling in Northern Iraq and Turkey by Iran? Does it state the Iranian weapons and intel that have been secured in Iran. I feel sorry for the citizens of Iran as I do the citizens of America, but they are pissing on our shoes and for too long.

If they want to test their military to ours, I say so be it. Our Air Force will flatten their military in days and there is no need for occupation. Jsut beeter hope there are no nukes. I think the last piece of intel that is needed is confirmation that there are NO WMD's in the possession of Iran at this time to be used against neighbors in the event of an attack.

There is nothing to stop it and stop blaming the US for drumming the war machine, it goes both ways. One day, someone decides that they have had enough and a shot is fired. Look back through history. We are going start withdrawing from Iraq and go into Iran.


The reason Iran is shelling northern Iraq is because Kurdish guerrillas who during the last two years have become Tehran's most noisome domestic pest and who openly seek ways to become an international irritant as well. The Iranian Kurds hate the conservative, ethnically Persian government, and they want federal autonomy in Iran to match their Iraqi Kurdish cousins' arrangement next door. It's not just Iran who is shelling Northern Iraq. Both Iran and turkey have launched co-ordinated attacks against these Kurdish guerrillas. Bother Iran and Turkey have every right to defend themselves from terrorism spilling over into there respective countries. Funny you dont mention that it's the US that is arming and helping these terrorists.

www.democracynow.org.../03/27/1356250



We speak with independent journalist Reese Erlich about his report on Iranian Kurdish guerillas based among their Kurdish bretheren in northern Iraq. Erlich writes, "Kurdish and American sources say the United States has been supporting guerilla raids against Iran, channeling the money through organizations in Iraqi Kurdistan."




I feel sorry for the citizens of Iran as I do the citizens of America, but they are pissing on our shoes and for too long.


If you ask any Iranian they'll probably tell you that you've got it back to front. It is America & Britain that wont leave Iran alone. You destroyed their democracy back in 1953 and because of your persistent interference your partly the reason the middle east is the hell hole it is today. Iranian democracy could of spread to the entire middle east by now, but we'll never know now will we.
You American's certainly wont bring it about. You've failed miserably in both Afghanistan and Iraq and now you want to bring the same hell hole version of democracy to Iran. I'm surprised you people can even look at yourselves in the mirror every morning. But I guess it's easy when you dont have a conscience and dont take responsibility for your actions.


www.mohammadmossadegh.com...
hnn.us...

Some of you American's like playing with matches. One of these days you going to start a fire you cant put out and that fire will one day engulf you all.


You American's can forget about any help from us Brits. Never going to happen. We've learnt our lesson for listening to that basket case Bush and getting involved in Iraq. Not many people in this country support military action against Iran. Even Gordon Brown has said as much. If he did get involved in an attack. I guarantee it, Gordon and his entire administration will be hanging from the nearest tree by their balls a minute after the first bomb drops on Iran.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:15 PM
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Yes, i was thinking this , but at what cost? were already stretched and extremely under equiped , no matter what the gov says.. Our gov think more of fleecing the people and lining their pockets than giving the "common soldiery" the backing they deserve..

Personally i hope this does not happen and both the US and UK leave the rag heads to it !!

Rgds
Git



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:17 PM
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I wish people from other countries would see that not all americans are greddy, and want what they have.

No wonder the bast majority (if not all) of the world hates us.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:20 PM
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so most of you seem pretty sure irans in for a hard time, any one want to make a guess on the posible date when this may start,
& who will throw the first rock ?



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:31 PM
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I give it 30 days. We have to sufficiently cripple the American people enough before we can launch a full out war. If anything, it's already started. Scary times...



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:42 PM
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Hi

From this side of the pond its not hate (i think) just frustration more than anything . Why go flying in all guns blazing??

Yes Iran deserves what she gets, for too long now has she been antagonising the west , especially the US , but , remember the UK has a far smaller populace and with that a smaller armed force, effective but not so well funded and with that not so well equiped.

Were usually behind you guys all the way as i think you are with us mostly.

But as an earlier post suggested , when the "frogs" (French) say go for it , well something has to be a foot ...

Edit due to a touch of over zealousness

rgds
Git

[edit on 4-9-2007 by completenuttergit]



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:48 PM
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According to the Prison Planet Article by Paul Joseph Watson:


The New Yorker magazine reports that Rubin had a conversation with a member of a top neoconservative institution in Washington


What the New Yorker Article actually said was:


Barnett Rubin..... .....has written an account of a conversation with a friend who has connections to someone at a neoconservative institution in Washington. Rubin can’t confirm his friend’s story; neither can I.


If you go to the original Blog by Rubin what he said was -


My friend had spoken to someone in one of the leading neo-conservative institutions.....
.....Of course I cannot verify this report.


Apparently Rubin did later speak to someone who helped to confirm the "instructions".

I'm posting this to reinforce how important it is to check out everything you read at Prison Planet for accuracy. Rubin DID NOT HAVE "a conversation with a member of a top neoconservative institution". He spoke to a anonymous "friend" who "had spoken to someone in one of the leading neo-conservative institutions."

This happens often on Prison Planet and it makes me personally believe these little fibs by those like Watson are in fact intentional.

The topic may however be true in part. Part of Governing is informing the population as to what is going on. To disseminate this information must be done through existing media outlets and it makes perfect sense to do it through friendly media.

I'm still a bit in the air on this topic. Do I trust Iran enough to be comfortable with them having a Nuclear Weapon? No, I don't! Do I trust those who side with Iran and Ahmandinejad? No, I don't! I think he means the things he said, which means he wants me and hundreds of millions of others dead simply because we believe differently than he does. Should we conduct a First Strike? I don't have enough information to say and I hope our Government and Military does and act wisely.



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posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:52 PM
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You American's can forget about any help from us Brits. Never going to happen. We've learnt our lesson for listening to that basket case Bush and getting involved in Iraq. Not many people in this country support military action against Iran. Even Gordon Brown has said as much. If he did get involved in an attack. I guarantee it, Gordon and his entire administration will be hanging from the nearest tree by their balls a minute after the first bomb drops on Iran.



Ya, I don't know how we ever got along without your help. You Brit's contributing 15,000 troops to the US 150,000 really put us over the top. Luckily, Blair being Bush's poodle was enough PR to put a face to being a multinational coalition. I guess when Brown pulls the last couple of troops by year end, the US forces will just wither and blow away.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 06:56 PM
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Originally posted by rhombus24
September 7th will be the day something happens yup this Friday. Dam and I wanted to take a girl out.


Nah, that is a Friday - nothing ever happens on that day because you can't manipulate the masses over a weekend - it needs to be done early in the week when most people are more available to receive propaganda.



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