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the only question that matters: is it true?

Iran has signed the NPT. As a signatory to the NPT, Iran may rightfully, legally, use nuclear technology for peaceful energy purposes. Iran has submitted to and passed repeated IAEA inspections. The US intelligence community (NIE) does not consider Iran a nuclear threat. Israel refuses to sign the NPT. Israel has an estimated several hundred undeclared nuclear weapons. Russia and China have warned that an attack on Iran will have global consequences. That's the situation in a nutshell. Where to next, people? Where to?

Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? - Galatians 4:16


all this death accomplishes what?

1. 14 Americans die in Afghan helicopter crashes

KABUL — Fourteen Americans were killed in Afghanistan on Monday in two separate incidents involving helicopters.

Seven soldiers and three civilian employees of the U.S. embassy — all of them Americans — were killed in a helicopter crash in western Afghanistan, military officials said, and in southern Afghanistan, the midair collision of two coalition helicopters resulted in the deaths of four American soldiers. A spokeswoman said gunfire from insurgents was not to blame for the collision.

Before the crash, a team from the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force was searching a compound suspected of harboring insurgents involved in the narcotics trade, according to an ISAF statement. A firefight then broke out and “more than a dozen enemy fighters” were killed.

“As the joint force was departing the area, one helicopter went down due to unconfirmed reasons,” the statement said, adding that a recovery operation was sent to the scene to deal with coalition casualties.

read more @ nyt

2. 2004: X-war technologies caused the deaths of well-known Russian politicians


I cannot be absolutely sure, but we all are well aware of the several mysterious accidents which caused the deaths of several well-known politicians, Army officers and public figures. As a rule, the causes of such accidents were not discovered, yet the version of malicious intention was excluded - there were neither signs of explosion nor the evidence of any diversion - mechanical failure made by people. However, it is quite possible to assume that these incidents resulted from the acts of terrorism with the use of secret whirlwinds weapon. No traces of such weapons remain – the plane or helicopter simply falls down to the ground after entering the zone of so-called modified environment. Plane wings and helicopter propeller are designed for certain characteristics of air. If air characteristics become different, the machine becomes unstable.

3. Iraq's Bloody Sunday

It seems that the Iraqis are not allowed to live in safe in their own homeland as the rest of the world, as if it is their destiny to keep living in a bad nightmare that deprives them from the simplest human rights: Life.

Bloody Sunday seems to be the best description for one of the worst attacks against the Iraqi civilians after twin suicide car bombs, blamed on Al-Qaeda, blasted the justice ministry and city governorate in Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 100 people, wounding more than 700 and sparking turmoil in the embattled Iraqi capital.

Authorities closed off streets leading to the bomb sites, which were littered with charred bodies and torn-off limbs, as fire trucks and ambulances struggled through thick traffic to reach the blazing buildings.

The attacks, which occurred within minutes of each other, destroyed dozens of cars and shattered water pipes, spewing dirty water onto nearby streets. Several helicopters were flying overhead the area and dozens of humvees were lining the streets near the attack sites.

read more @ al manar

4. Baghdad bomb fatalities pass 150

Iraqi officials have raised the death toll from Sunday's bombings in Baghdad to 155 and they say another 500 people were wounded in the explosions.

The co-ordinated attacks, near the justice and local government ministries and the provincial government HQ, were Baghdad's bloodiest since April 2007.

Suicide bombers detonated two vehicles, a lorry at a busy junction near the two ministries and a car in a parking bay.

US President Barack Obama branded the attacks "hateful and destructive".

read more @ bbc



Nearly a whole street was flattened.
This surely is not the kind of destruction which can be caused by home-made bombs, put together in some basement.

The people behind the attacks, we are told, are supposedly former supporters of the late Saddam Hussein or maybe members of AlQaida or other Sunni radical groups, supported by Syria (What interest would Syria have in destabilizing Iraq, while Syria´s ally Iran is supporting the Shiite dominated government?).

While the attacks were supposedly directed at government buildings, the people killed or maimed were mainly civilians on the street.


Ask yourself who would gain from such a civil war and a divided Iraq?

Who has written policy papers proposing the need for an Iraq divided in 3 parts?

read more @ time to think

6. Saudi-backed, anti-Iranian means CIA and Mossad

money quote from Peter Chamberlin:

"Every Sunni terrorist outfit, especially all those described as being "al Qaida related" are CIA sponsored, using Saudi money, under ISI direction, facilitated by the Mossad."

source: there are no sunglasses

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