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Israel military drills in preparation to attack Iran

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posted on May, 4 2009 @ 05:25 AM
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As an average US citizen I would like to ask a question. If another war breaks out, say with Iran, what is in it for me?

It's not like I was a defense contractor, or politician who could get a lot of contributions.

How is Iran a threat to Israel? Clinton says "existential" threat. That means not real.




posted on May, 4 2009 @ 05:36 AM
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I would like for all of you to do some role playing here.

Say you worked for the CIA and it was your job to do assessments for the president or VP.

Then one of them would ask you, "If Iran is attacked, will Russia resupply them?"
What would be your response to such a question, assuming you worked for the CIA?



posted on May, 4 2009 @ 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by audas
Good luck to them actually going up against a recognized state -


Oh you mean like when Egypt, Syria and Jordan massed troops and blocked Israel from the Red Sea. Israel launched a preemptive strike and that started the Six Day War, which they won.

Or when Egypt and Syria started the Yom Kippur War. Israel won then, too (with heavy losses).

Or do you not include Egypt, Syria or Jordan as "recognized states"?



posted on May, 4 2009 @ 11:14 AM
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Titor did not mention Israel, please stop pretending he did.

Secondly, Israel will not attack the Iranian facilities soon. They will wait a year and then decide.

[edit on 4-5-2009 by infinite]



posted on May, 4 2009 @ 11:17 AM
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Among military experts there's great doubt that Israel could launch a military campaign on Iran independently. What we have seen lately, is that their lobby is pressuring the US foreign policy on Iran to get tougher. I'm sure they have set a deadline for the diplomatic solution. If diplomacy turns out not to be working, they will try to press the US to launch a simultaneous air bombardment on Iran, that has a chance of failing - meaning that not all plutonium (if they really possess it) will be destroyed.

Iran will surely launch a missile attack on Israel together with its proxy Hezbollah. Hezbollah is said to possess over 55,000 missiles and rockets, among them more advanced than they had in the war of 2006.

Conclusion: many victims in Israel, heavy losses in Iran and an increased possibility of a Middle-East war.



posted on May, 4 2009 @ 11:28 AM
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Originally posted by son of PC
I would like for all of you to do some role playing here.

Say you worked for the CIA and it was your job to do assessments for the president or VP.

Then one of them would ask you, "If Iran is attacked, will Russia resupply them?"
What would be your response to such a question, assuming you worked for the CIA?


It depends...

If Russia has a stable and strong economical system in place they will not. However if they are having economical troubles when the attack occurs they would supply them through a type of national black market in an instant and blame it on someone else.

That would be my guess anyway and sense I haven't kept up on Russia's economical situation over all I don't know.



posted on May, 4 2009 @ 10:09 PM
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Originally posted by son of PC
I would like for all of you to do some role playing here.

Say you worked for the CIA and it was your job to do assessments for the president or VP.

Then one of them would ask you, "If Iran is attacked, will Russia resupply them?"
What would be your response to such a question, assuming you worked for the CIA?


When the inflatory President of Iran sits down with Larry King the CNN Talk Show Host who is as Jewish and pro Israel as the day is long and they give each other the Mason handshake upon greeting...

(Which is what recently occured in that situation)

I hate to tell you Sears doesn't sell a watch that accurately displays that time of day.

You don't need a watch though to know what time of day it is!

It's all a heavily orchestrated carefully crafted staged event with all sides and parties collaborating together behind the scenes to make it a fun show for you!

Isn't that sweet of their creative little hearts?

This is just one more way to keep the religously inclined masses distracted from things like the bailouts and even more socialist unconstitutional legislation constantly comming out of Washington.

The New World Order is already here, everyone is working with everyone to just rearange a few last things on the board to openly declare and enforce it.

Very much like when Joseph Stalin took over the Soviet Union, some people need to move over to another state thousands of miles away whether they like it or not, some of the people already living in that place have to move over to another state thousands of miles away whether they like it or not, and some people just got to go period...

IF the people let them launch this last great sham of a war, it will get ugly beyond your belief and anything you could possibly imagine before it's all through. Maybe 1 out of 3 of us the world over will survive if we are truly lucky.

Anyone who is mongering for this nonsense for what ever reason really is a nutcase in my oppinion and needs to get some serious hugs, and give some serious hugs to the people they love, take a deep breath and take a vacation.

War isn't really a tellevised video game spectator sport and ratings winner when it's on your doorstep.

People really ought to grow up.



posted on May, 5 2009 @ 10:09 PM
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When the inflatory President of Iran sits down with Larry King the CNN Talk Show Host who is as Jewish and pro Israel as the day is long and they give each other the Mason handshake upon greeting...

(Which is what recently occured in that situation)

I hate to tell you Sears doesn't sell a watch that accurately displays that time of day.


I had to see it for myself


Read more

Moreover, after digging a little deeper, it appears to me that Ahmadinejads' hand is in the "master" position while King (real name Lawrence Harvey Zeiger) appears to be the submissive. As suggested by the book The Brotherhood by Stephen Knight "The Master Mason applies distinct pressure with his right thumb between the knuckles of the other's middle and third finger."

Surprisingly (ha) Knight was Poisoned after publishing this book. Poison being the prefered way to send a message.

Anyway ProtoplasmicTraveler, what do you think, does Ahmadinejad have rank here?



posted on May, 5 2009 @ 11:56 PM
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Originally posted by AlienChaser
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
 


When the inflatory President of Iran sits down with Larry King the CNN Talk Show Host who is as Jewish and pro Israel as the day is long and they give each other the Mason handshake upon greeting...

(Which is what recently occured in that situation)

I hate to tell you Sears doesn't sell a watch that accurately displays that time of day.


I had to see it for myself


Read more

Moreover, after digging a little deeper, it appears to me that Ahmadinejads' hand is in the "master" position while King (real name Lawrence Harvey Zeiger) appears to be the submissive. As suggested by the book The Brotherhood by Stephen Knight "The Master Mason applies distinct pressure with his right thumb between the knuckles of the other's middle and third finger."

Surprisingly (ha) Knight was Poisoned after publishing this book. Poison being the prefered way to send a message.

Anyway ProtoplasmicTraveler, what do you think, does Ahmadinejad have rank here?


You know my friend some of this stuff is so amazing in it's depth of deception you often do really have to see for yourself...

Thanks for digging up that picture my friend.

The George Harrison song...I have got fins to the left of me, fins to the right of me, and it's the only game in town...

Pops into my mind.

The Mason's crowning acheivement came in the 11th Century when they established the York's Rite in London. It established the system of Templar Law that binds all nations together by identifying where their authority emminates from to first be a nation with defined borders, and how all nations will adhere to the same system of commerce, and credit, and honoring the rights of creditors.

Think of it as a uniform code of law that all nations go by. When the United Nations, or a country like the United States sanctions a nation, what they are really sanctioning it for is not honoring it's contracts. It's why Israel never has to pay a for it's military aggressions no matter how many infractions of human rights it committs, because otherwise they honor their contracts. Whether you are an Iranian company, an American company, or a French company, or a Argentinian company, the State of Israel is going to pay you if you have a contract with them, and if you have a contract with a company inside Israel the Israeli government is not going to intercede on an Israeli companies obligation to a foreign corporation or government, if you have legitimate foreign corporate holdings inside of Israel, Israel is never going to just sieze them.

When the U.S. Military goes into a place like Iraq or Afghanistan it's because some hot head tore up an important commerce doing with contract with some U.S. company, or some International company a prominent U.S. citizen owns or owns a major interest in.

"Legitimate" Military operations are always about getting paid. Some one didn't get paid that should of, and that Country's Government didn't see that it happened one time too often, or on one very important thing.

So we move in and have them set up Constitutions based on ours and that shared York Rite Templar Law.

So when the President of Iran gives a prominent Jew and fellow Mason a Masonic handshake the Law is clearly fine, alive and working inside of Iran.

If you look at Iran's turbulent political history from the late 1940's on and the various regimes that have come and gone, it's all been about getting out of, and into more favorable contracts. It's been about competing interests wanting to control those contracts. When Rockefeller wants to steal something from Rothschild...they do it with a coupe, an internal revolution, assissination, popular movement the leads to a change of regime without using external covert military force.

When none of the usual suspects can secure an important contract for vital resources whether it be a legal one like Oil or an illegal one like Opium, and who ever is in power in that country refuses to play ball with one of the usual suspects...then that's when buildings come crashing to the ground and it's time to go get revenge and bring them the word of G-d, which is actually Gold, which is actually the Golden Rule, which if the Tablets had not been shattered would have read like this...He who has the gold makes the rules, and rules.

That is how they play the game, and Iran knows that game very well.

Whether you go to the left/right, East/West they all employ that same system of Universal Law, brought to you by the Masons.

It is not Mutually Assured Destruction that keeps ideologically opposed nations from fighting each other. It's their Contracts in Transit that are being honored. A Contract in Transit in case you aren't aware, is an agreed acceptance of debt, in the process of being sent to a debtor, who will pay it in full and send back the remittance.

Major Regional Wars and World Wars only happen as carefully scripted events to move, reallign and wean down populations from numbers that can't be sustained.

When it's time to play World War everyone looses what they agreed to loose years before the first shot was fired. Everyone knows who is going to have the contract for what when the firing stops.

Well everyone but the people who have to actually fight in them.

There were some contractual problems in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Pakistan is now having a hard time understanding how critical the Oil Pipeline Contract the Taliban turned down is to the Powers that Be. It's a little dicey turning the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Pinninsula into a nuclear hollocust zone until you have another good seaport to keep oil flowing, in this case Soviet Oil flowing, that Pipeline now needs to go through Pakistan down to the sea so the big tankers can load and off load.

There are a few contractual problems within the old Soviet Union as well, as it is oil coming from Southern Asia out of the former republics that will be flowing through that line. That's what the problem in Georgia is about, they keep trying with our covert help to grab about 12 miles of territory of another Republic so they can have a Coastal Port that could suffice too but the Russians of course know that could undermine the value of their own Contracts in delivering Oil to Europe as now their former break away Republics can tranship huge amounts of Oil too.

Most of this nonsense over there is just all about oil and oppium and a terrorism problem that we orchestrated and birthed from the ground up to provide pretext for the masses.

Make no mistake about it though, soon it will be time to play World War III to wean down the population and much of this rhetoric is between the Sheppards simply to rile up their flocks who have to do the fighting and dying and provide them something to fight and die for.

The President of Iran has a contractual obligation to rile people up as Iran itself has a contractual obligation to participate in that International Law that regulates wars, populations, control, and above all commerce.

It's a complete illusion all the way around and the only people who aren't in on it are Costa Rica (will probably be left alone) Cuba (will soon become Americanized again) (Iraq in the process of becoming Americanized) (Afghanistan) in the process of being Americanized, Pakistan (About to be put into the process of being Americanized) Brazil (Totally Self Sufficient and Pays it's contracts) Argentina (an Illuminati, Nazi Strong Hold) Uruguay and Paraguay (an Illuminati Nazi Strong Hold) and Switzerland (Better known as Go in the game of Monopoly, i.e. the Bank, i.e. the Rules Keepers)

The countries not mentioned all get to play in World War III.

That's how I see the board...wagers...wagers...place your bets...round and round the Armies, Navies, and Airforces go, just what they will attack, shell and bombard nobody knows!



posted on May, 6 2009 @ 12:04 AM
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The simple answer to your question is yes the Iranian President outranks Larry King who is after all only a media spokesman/pitchman/personality.



posted on May, 6 2009 @ 12:13 AM
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In all these years it was only Napollean Bonaparte that ever tried to stop the game.

He attacked Switzerland and destroyed it's 12 Cantons.

I bring that up since you speak of poison as the preferred method...it was that brazen act to try to beat and change the game by attacking the seat of the Neutral Rules Makers and Bankers that earned him a slow excrutiating death by poison on Elba.

I may have also forgot to mention there is a real problem with Somolia, no one wants it because the people refused to be enslaved and honor their contracts...it's an abandoned piece on the board right now, that's not worth the time, thought and expense of taking over, which is why the International Cabal use it's waters and lands for toxic dumping, and the people have to resort to piracy because no one wants to draw up a or any contracts with them or have to be responsible for the people's conduct there while going through the arduous task of returning them to slavery.

Training it's a very time consuming thing.



posted on May, 6 2009 @ 12:18 AM
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This was asked on the first page an nobody answered it. I will ask again.

If this was secret drills, how do we know about them?



posted on May, 6 2009 @ 12:20 AM
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MegaCurious you have found another good article.


Israel has to attack Iran or they will be destroyed by Iran. Hopefully they will use the same tactics that they used last time, or something similar to it.

Last time they told the Iranian nuclear scientists not to participate at the nuclear power plant or else. Those that didn't heed the warning were usually met at their own front door and had their chests filled with lead until the gun that was being used was completely empty, and then the gun was left behind as a souvenir while the mercedes roared off in a cloud from burnt rubber.

Then Israeli pilots flew in low from another country and destroyed the atomic power plant during noon lunch period when few people would be around.

Few casualties was the result, and it has kept things from heating up like they would if both sides had atomic weapons. I'm for stopping crazies getting their hands on weapons of mass destruction.



[edit on 6-5-2009 by RussianScientists]



posted on May, 6 2009 @ 01:13 AM
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Originally posted by jerico65

Originally posted by audas
Good luck to them actually going up against a recognized state -


Oh you mean like when Egypt, Syria and Jordan massed troops and blocked Israel from the Red Sea. Israel launched a preemptive strike and that started the Six Day War, which they won.

Or when Egypt and Syria started the Yom Kippur War. Israel won then, too (with heavy losses).

Or do you not include Egypt, Syria or Jordan as "recognized states"?


Interesting perspective, i would suggest that Bangladesh could beat the British - if todays forces invaded Anglia 1066 -

I am sure that America would pulverise the Chinese 1967 - but it is 2009 - so how about you bring up a war which was not fought forty years ago hey.

Lets see - the last two wars - you - because you are clearly jewish - lost. You had stated objectives in both wars - and you lost them both.

And one of these was against the most impoverished, disenfranchised nations on earth.....way to go Israel.
On top of this an total loss of support from the international community with the united nations accusing you of war crimes - well done.

Attacking Iran - how ill that turn out - yet another illegal attack on a sovereign nation well within its rights - oh I think that will be the proverbial straw that breaks the camels back Jerico...



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