and the only thing that came back was your source. If they had really said that, it would be in many sources not just one. I also googled the author Robert Kern, and nothing significant comes up with him as a reporter. There were many by that name, but nobody that would seem to be connected to a breaking news article.
“Jews all over the world will be hunted down like rabid dogs in the event of such an incident.”
Well I mean it is definitely possible. But the windows for an attack have always been on November for some reason. I remember 2007 2008 as Bush the son was leaving office, there was a window for attack on Iran In November. I wonder why is November the chosen window for attack??
You can bet that a plan of attack has been around for a long time but if or when they attack would not leak out so easily IMO.. Sorry but I call hogwash...
MJ Rosenberg Last Modified: 17 Jul 2011 10:50
A longtime CIA officer who spent 21 years in the Middle East is predicting that Israel will bomb Iran in the fall, dragging the United States into another major war and endangering US military and civilian personnel (and other interests) throughout the Middle East and beyond.
Earlier this week, Robert Baer appeared on the provocative KPFK Los Angeles show Background Briefing, hosted by Ian Masters. It was there that he predicted that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is likely to ignite a war with Iran in the very near future.
Robert Baer has had a storied career, including a stint in Iraq in the 1990s where he organised opposition to Saddam Hussein. (He was recalled after being accused of trying to organise Saddam's assassination.) Upon his retirement, he received a top decoration for meritorious service.
Baer is no ordinary CIA operative. George Clooney won an Oscar for playing a character based on Baer in the film Syriana (Baer also wrote the book).
He obviously won't name many of his sources in Israel, the United States, and elsewhere, but the few he has named are all Israeli security figures who have publically warned that Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are hell-bent on war.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to rally support in his cabinet for an attack on Iran, according to government sources. The country's defence minister Ehud Barak and the foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman are said to be among those backing a pre-emptive strike to neutralise Iran's nuclear ambitions.