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Iranian Leader: We Must Prep For 'End Of Times'

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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 06:55 PM
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Originally posted by Ben81



After posting that video more than 20 times here ATS in threads {3 times in this thread alone} it kind of loses it's sex appeal...


FYI


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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 06:57 PM
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Iran leader are no better they are crual to but are less warmongerer they didnt attack anyone in 200 yrs


Someone needs to tell that to the Syrians who are dying from Iranian weapons, and then they need to tell the Isrealis who have been rocketed for the last 20 years, and then someone needs to tell those Americans who died in Iraq and Afghanistan in the last decade.


So Iran hasn't attacked anyone?

Whoops forgot their assassination plots of the Saudi Ambassador, and the Isreali ambassdor, then go ask those british sailors who were kidnapped in international waters.

Oh an then go as those 3 hikers who were arrested and detained in Iran and then go ask the latest victim how nice Iran is you know the guy they put to death because Iran see "mossad" behind every shadow.

Yeah Iran is just so peaceful.

Section 209 look it up.
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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 06:58 PM
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Yeah that is why Flame, and Duku, and stuxnet were devolped and implimented people need to get with the 21st century there are many ways to "wage war" and dropping bunker busters,and jdams, and boots on the ground.

The last few years of cyber warfare should be all the proof needed to there are some who take Iran as a serious threat to the region, and the world.


A serious threat to what is the question? An existential threat, or a threat to the current power broker's hegemony?

Gotta keep them barefooted and pregnant or pretty soon they'll think they're wearing the britches in the family.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 06:59 PM
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Do you believe in the constitution and the wishes of the founding fathers? No to Foreign Entanglements?
Do you believe in the Nanny State, where we spend our blood and treasure looking out for other countries, or that other countries should put up some personal responsibility and overthrow their own governments when they become to corrupted?

If you believe we have an obligation to the world and its people, then you must also agree with Socialism, Communism or some of its other variants as well, where we should also be feeding and clothing everyone.

The reality on the ground is that the top dogs rely on war for control and power, and to make themselves richer, while everyone else has to make their own way as has been happening for the past 30 years.


Originally posted by sonnny1

Originally posted by jacobe001
Who is the bigger threat to me and my way of life right now?


Whats your way of life? Doesnt the people of Iran, count?

These problems are the Worlds problems. The same problems. And yes, America has its own big problems. But if it doesnt sadden you, that those in Iran, cant even talk freely, like you and I are, then I dont know what matters, anymore.
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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:00 PM
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Originally posted by frazzle
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Yeah that is why Flame, and Duku, and stuxnet were devolped and implimented people need to get with the 21st century there are many ways to "wage war" and dropping bunker busters,and jdams, and boots on the ground.

The last few years of cyber warfare should be all the proof needed to there are some who take Iran as a serious threat to the region, and the world.


A serious threat to what is the question? An existential threat, or a threat to the current power broker's hegemony?

Gotta keep them barefooted and pregnant or pretty soon they'll think they're wearing the britches in the family.



Yeah Islamic theocracies do like to keep them barefoot and pregnant, and everyone knows who wears the "britches" in Iran.
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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:03 PM
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3. Iran is very COVERT in it's sometimes equally as aggressive actions both presently and over the past couple of decades.


Yes they are some people seem to forget about VEVAK the Iranians version of the CIa, and Vevak is the most secretive,feared agency in the world.

Not too many people will even acknowledge that.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:04 PM
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Originally posted by SLAYER69

Originally posted by Ben81



After posting that video more than 20 times here ATS in threads {3 times in this thread alone} it kind of looses it's sex appeal...


FYI



Yes, on a side note, after posting over 21,000 times, I never want to see a corrupted version of "Casablanca" with Bogie in a gotee! lol



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:09 PM
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I still dont see where this guy said Iran is heading to "end of days"... All he said is to prepare for the coming change... whatever that change is, he mentioned nothing about the end of days.


The very first sentence of the link quoted Khemenei; I should have included it in the OP.


Iran’s supreme leader, for the first time, is telling his nation that it must prepare for war and “the end of times” as it continues to develop nuclear weapons.



The article also goes on to say:


Until now, the Iranian media would mostly quote clerics from seminaries on the issue of the last Islamic messiah to avoid the regime being labeled messianic. However, the wide publication of Khamenei’s statements on a need to prepare for the end of times as it confronts the West over its illicit nuclear program is alarming to Western leaders.
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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:13 PM
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Yeah Islamic theocracies do like to keep them barefoot and pregnant, and everyone knows who wears the "britches" in Iran.


Now I see how its done, everything is taken out of context so it fits the talking points.

You know, of course, that I was speaking of the "family" of middle eastern countries. Gotta keep those Arab nations barefoot and pregnant (sanctioned and bombed) so they can't compete in the global market place.

The only problem with those sanctions is that China and India and a few others are finding a way around them and they're warning the US, Israel and Nato not to be making any more stupid mistakes they'll later regret. Not that the generals et al will listen, they never do.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:13 PM
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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:15 PM
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Words have been all that has come out of Iran, meanwhile the US has been very actionable in turning however many nations upside down over the past decade. We all know Iran is next in the chute whether you support it or not.

I get it, now. Iran poses a serious danger to Israel the world in their developments of nuclear weapons Err that can't be proven, technology while remaining defiant and restrained despite the pressure of sanctions. This very rational fear is not the result of Israeli lobbyists spreading propaganda through our politicians and in turn our media, not at all.

No. Instead we'll consider a religiously biased source which provides a translation of scripture which no one has yet to independently verify, and use this as a talking point as if it's plenty justification for military action.

Preemptive action has worked for us before and by golly it will work again.

Iran never rattles sabres, and they are unstable. Just look at how many nations they've attacked!



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:17 PM
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Originally posted by frazzle
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Yeah Islamic theocracies do like to keep them barefoot and pregnant, and everyone knows who wears the "britches" in Iran.


Now I see how its done, everything is taken out of context so it fits the talking points.

You know, of course, that I was speaking of the "family" of middle eastern countries. Gotta keep those Arab nations barefoot and pregnant (sanctioned and bombed) so they can't compete in the global market place.

The only problem with those sanctions is that China and India and a few others are finding a way around them and they're warning the US, Israel and Nato not to be making any more stupid mistakes they'll later regret. Not that the generals et al will listen, they never do.



How does one figure that is being done?

They sell arms they have Russia and China as their largest trading partners, and the have the most corrupt world organization making sure they get what they need the :UN

Oil for food,carbon credits for the church of climatology, and the latest scandal WIPO and then throw North Korea in to the mix who is being kept "barefoot and pregnant".

Sorry never have seen anyone being kept down in the ME except by their respective dictatorships and we know how they turned out for Gadffi, and a fate that may be coming for Assad.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:18 PM
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Originally posted by SLAYER69
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lol!



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:18 PM
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Originally posted by frazzle

Originally posted by Soshh

Don't be silly. A secretly constructed hardened uranium enrichment facility in a mountain on an IRGC base is a perfectly ordinary place to produce radioisotopes for use in medicine.


It is when you recognise Israel's penchant for bombing nuclear power plants.

Iraq: news.bbc.co.uk...

Syria: www.haaretz.com...

It isn't a nuclear power plant. Bushehr has been sat there for years and they haven't bombed that, but yes I agree, naturally Iran would want to protect shady nuclear facilities given Israel's history of bombing shady nuclear facilities.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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Originally posted by megabogie
I admire the amount of thought you have put into this theory. While researching, I find that Ahamdinejad celebrated his first 100 days in office on the the day in question (November 6th 2005)
link: www.freerepublic.com...

I actually found some of that article interesting, in particular how Ahamdinejad broke up the old-boy network in the Iranian government.



iran's failed attempt to attack the United States caused the Tornado outbreak...it wasn't the only thing; they released gog/magog on American cities 6 months later.


Again, I am quite curious why you think these things. How did a failed attack on the US cause a tornado? The gog/magog has me even more intrigued.


States are not composed only of bricks and mortar and a person sitting on the wall with a gun. Reality is ultimately energy and not matter.

Iran is not attacking the material parts of states or reality, but the energy sources. that's why not many can see what they are doing and if they fail they just pretend it didn't happen and no one can prove it.

Reality will defend itself from unauthorized tampering. Perhaps there is a scientifically provable foundation to the idea of a miracle...in that silly Hebrew story of parting the Rea Sea, perhaps Ramses pushed the Hebrews so far that he threatened the laws of the Universe and weird things began happening that allowed them an escape route.

that's why no wars are going on...only talk of wars. no commander would send their men into a situation where they would be wiped out.

when the Iranians launched their attack, to celebrate Ahmadinejad's 100 days perhaps...their different components were run off the roads by deer or wiped out by Tornado's..all of which were a response to their activities.

the Iranians are the ones that need war right now, but they can't start it. if they do...they'll be destroyed. Without hand from what I was reading.

what the Iranian leader is probably telling his inner circle is that they'll probably have to gather their BOBs and head to the bunkers, as what is coming isn't going to be negotiating with them and its not going to be friendly to their cause.

as far as gog/magog, that was the 2006 Immigration protests in 102 American cities on April 10th. In a different version of that event, those cities are destroyed....as it is, the protests were very peaceful.

maybe the forces have been reversed and gog/magog will appear in Iran instead. it won't be the first time its happened to them. they appear whenever the universe comes to the end of its ropes with people.

being consistent in their firm commitment to never admitting error or acknowledging the truth...they want to pretend that fighting gog/magog is a possible victory for them; while its never a victory for anyone that's faced them.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:21 PM
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Words have been all that has come out of Iran, meanwhile the US has been very actionable in turning however many nations upside down over the past decade. We all know Iran is next in the chute whether you support it or not.


This must be the go-to line for Iranian apologists. I lost count how many times in this thread alone we’ve heard about what the US has done.


Get some new material! This thread is about Iran.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:27 PM
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And so was the rest of my post. In order for me to be an Iranian apologist, there needs to be something to apologize for... But there isn't.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:29 PM
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Gaddafi’s Gold Dinar Plan and Libya’s Public Central Bank would have changed the monetary system and freed all of Africa from the Private Central Bank System. Ultimately, it might possibly have freed the NATO host nations from their own parasites – Vampire Private Central Banks.
my.firedoglake.com...

The Iraqi Dinar was worth $3.20 USD before the United Nations embargo that followed Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait. By August 2002, it was trading at just below 2,000 to the U.S. dollar, and by mid-April 2003, it had slipped to anywhere between 3,500 and 4,000 against the dollar. As of June 2012, one U.S. dollar is equivalent to 1,166 Iraqi Dinars. www.dinartrade.com...

Its all about control of money and hegemony. Barefoot and pregnant.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:30 PM
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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 07:31 PM
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The go to line on ATS is "The US is Evil and everything they do is evil! So everything Iran does that the US doesn't like is OK".

Never mind that the Iranian leadership may very well be leading the region into a massive war irrespective of our involvement.

It must be said many times. It doesn't matter what you and I believe. It matter what the THEY believe. Because if they believe they can usher in the age of the Imam Mahdi by destroying Israel and starting a massive war, THEY WILL DO IT.






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