posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 01:25 PM
reply to post by Corruption Exposed
You are absolutely correct, and I don't trust them either. I also believe that their removal from this list is opening up a whole can of worms
that many people capable of comprehending just yet. These militants could be the next puppet regime installed in Iran once the West decides to finally
topple the current Iranian regime.
I think that the risk of receiving wrong information from them, that could lead to a severe and huge conflict in the Middle East, is not worth the
information or aid they might offer.
For all we know - assuming this isn't all pre-planned - they could be playing with the US Government and providing information and leads that will
help them on the long-run for power in Iran. These guys could just be fueling two angry and hungry country powers for their own personal gain.
The sugar-coating for them is the possibility of taking charge of a whole country.
The consequence for us is a major conflict in Iran, which would hit severely the economy worldwide at a time of weakness, and quite possibly expanding
the conflict to the whole world, depending on the chinese and russian responses.
WW2 was big because while one problem appeared in Europe, another one was developing in Asia. Exactly the same countries as today, except the sharp
problem isn't in Europe, it's in the Middle East. But the players in Asia are actually the same, with the worst part being the obligation that the
US has to aid the defense of Japan.
I've been having fun
mapping some connections, and things are starting to look quite scary, if anyone or anything makes the wrong call or