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Iran..were all being duped

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posted on Sep, 27 2009 @ 04:08 PM
Doesn't this eerie seem like the start of the 2nd Iraq War before "Shock and Awe" took place, when the US and UK went into Iraq to look for weapons which, in the end, were non existant.
We all know that war creates stability for the West in creating Military Contracts and a good war is also part of the Shock doctrine plan which has been operating for just under 50 years now.
We are being lied to in the same way we was lied about the fact Iraq could launch a Nuclear Weapon on a European country in 45 minutes, its bad enough we was lied to twice in Afghanistan and Iraq, don't let them lie to us a third time.
If Iran really had Nuclear weapons Saudi Arabia and Israel would be knocking down their door in seconds, the Middle East don't need America to look after them.

posted on Sep, 27 2009 @ 04:26 PM
reply to post by ROBL240

Personally, I think the whole Iran issue is a false flag.

Something went on at the G20. Brown, Obama did something, planned something that is much worse than a possible war with Iran.

Juuuuuuuuuuust my humble opinion, mind you.

posted on Sep, 27 2009 @ 04:30 PM
You do realize that Iran is being played right?

The Russians love the fact that there are sanctions against Iran. Why does this have any barring on the US? OIL. The Russians would love nothing more than to tie up Europe with them relying on Russia for oil. Iran can't sell their oil with the sanctions in place.

So Russia gets a captured customer [Europe] and Iran is locked out. Of course Iran is going to be mad at the US and try to cause trouble with Israel.
Russia sells Iran weapon$ and $ells oil to Europe.

That's the only reason they want the situation to stay the same. Not becuase they are great allies of Iran.


Russia also benefits from the tense relationship between Tehran and the West: because of Western sanctions, Tehran cannot sell its gas to the lucrative European market. Instead, Russia and Gazprom remain Europe's dominant suppliers.

Were Iran to break out of its international isolation, either by abandoning its weapons program or undergoing regime change, European governments and energy companies would rush to complete deals that would reduce their dependence on Moscow. The consortium behind the planned Nabucco gas pipeline, which would bring 30 billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas a year to Europe while bypassing Russia, are already clamoring for permission to do a deal with Tehran. The Kremlin has little incentive to do anything that would undermine its ability to use gas supplies as leverage with their European customers.

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posted on Sep, 27 2009 @ 05:14 PM
starred and flagged because I believe that you're right about this.
the parallels are scary and this time around it would take tactical
NUKES to destroy their so-called underground enrichment faciility.

posted on Sep, 27 2009 @ 05:15 PM
reply to post by SLAYER69

You forgot the wild card in this equation Slayer - China. They need
Iran's oil badly. What is their position on this?

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