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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


Narrative 2: Middle East War


Pay no attention to the Goldstone report!! LOOK what the IOF has found!!! PLEASE DO NOT LOOK FOR EVIDENCE!! These things just "appear" to be "likely" to be whatever Israel wants you to think, and you can trust the IOF to give you the scoop because the Israelis are "experts" ON MIND-FUCKING AND FALSE FLAGS.

1. IOF commandos boarding another false flag?

Peter Chamberlin commentary:

[Like "manna from heaven," the IDF "finds" hundreds of tons of weapons, some of them Iranian, bound for Syria and possibly then on to Lebanon, flying under an ANTIGUAN flag. It is probably no coincidence that Antigua has been a Mossad base of operations for notorious arms and cocaine smuggling, implicating Israeli arms dealer Yar Klein there in the past, for shipping weapons to the Columbian Medellin cocaine cartel. Coincidence? Not Likely.]

Shipped from Iran, but arms came from all over the world, IMPLICATING EVERYBODY ??

The weaponry that was discovered aboard the Francop cargo vessel on its way from Iran to Syria and then to Hizbullah was of a wide variety and mix, including fragmentation grenades, artillery and tank shells, Kalashnikov bullets, and mortars.

The crates with the weapons came with writing in different languages, including Chinese, Russian, Spanish and of course English. An initial review of the cache appeared to indicate, senior IDF officers said, that the weaponry originated possibly in different countries before it was purchased by Iran.

By Wednesday afternoon, representatives from Military Intelligence’s Technological Division had assembled at the Ashdod Port to begin sifting through the weaponry together with soldiers from the Engineering Corps elite unit Yahalom – who are experts in handling explosives – to try and determine the exact origin and make.

The officers also raised the possibility that the weaponry was mostly manufactured in Iran but came in boxes with different languages since Iran also sells armaments to other countries.

The 122 mm. Katyusha rockets appeared to have been manufactured in Russia since they were covered in Russian writing. Some of the Kalashnikov bullets likely came from China. Others were in boxes from the “Ministry of Sepah,” which is the main body in charge of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.

read more @ there are no sunglasses

2. Israel up in arms over weapons seizure ---- HIGH DRAMA, FULL UMBRAGE, EVERYBODY PLEASE LOOK AT US LOOK LOOK LOOK !!!!

DAMASCUS - Ambassadors and diplomats from 44 countries, along with military attaches from 27 nations, were taken to a base in central Israel on Thursday evening to see for themselves the weapons and ammunition seized from the ship Francop in international waters off Cyprus on Wednesday.

Israel's ambassador to the United Nations, Gabriela Shalev, complained to the UN on Thursday after Israeli commandos seized the Francop, carrying tonnes of what are said to be Iranian-supplied arms, including rockets and anti-tank weapons, destined for Hezbollah in Lebanon.

Clearly, Israel is not going to let this matter lie, and if history is any guide, it could be used as a pretext for waging another war onHezbollah, or even a strike against Iran.

Israeli Commodore Ran Ben-Yehuda said the weapons on the Antigua-flagged Francop were found behind civilian cargo in at least 40 containers and were enough to keep Hezbollah supplied for a month of fighting. They were said to be bound from Iran to Syria, via Egypt.

The Israeli press has trumpeted the event, saying it signaled a victory against Syria, Iran and Hezbollah. Speaking from Tehran, Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Mouallem said that the ship "was not carrying Iranian weapons to Syria, only cargo, nothing more". His words were firmly echoed by Hezbollah and his Iranian counterpart, Manouchehr Mottaki.

read more @ asia times

3. video quickly prepared for release, rather professionally done hmm? LOOK LOOK LOOK

4. We. Are. Not. Going. To. Discuss. The. GOLDSTONE. Report. Period. DO NOT LOOK HERE!

The United States on Wednesday evening decided not to speak at the United Nations General Assembly discussion on the Goldstone Report, which accuses Israel of committing war crimes in Gaza.

While dozens of countries sent their delegates to speak at the GA, the Americans openly shunned it. US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice did not even attend the discussion. Her deputy, Alejandro Wolff, entered the auditorium to listen to the addresses of the European Union representative and Israeli Ambassador Gabriela Shalev, and was later seen leaving the place.

In recent weeks, the Obama administration has been expressing its objection to the Human Rights Council's decision to have the General Assembly in New York discuss the report. The Americans expressed their anger at the Arab states' move, along with the non-aligned countries, to separate the discussion on the Goldstone Report from the annual meeting on the situation of human rights.

On Tuesday night, the US House of Representatives rejected the Goldstone Report's conclusions with an overwhelming majority, calling the report "biased".

read more @ al manar tv

5. from the other flank: do Saudi air strikes on Yemen equal war on Iran? NO WE DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS DOESN'T SOUND TOO IMPORTANT...Yemen...where's that?.....whatever.

SAN’A, Yemen – Saudi Arabia sent fighter jets and artillery bombardments across the border into northern Yemen Thursday in a military incursion apparently aimed at helping its troubled southern neighbor control an escalating Shiite rebellion, Arab diplomats and the rebels said.

The Saudis — owners of a sophisticated air force they rarely use — have been increasingly worried that extremism and instability in Yemen could spill over to their country, the world’s largest oil exporter. The offensive came two days after the killing of a Saudi soldier, blamed on the rebels.

Yemen denied any military action by Saudi Arabia inside its borders. But Yemen’s president is a key ally of the Saudis, making it highly unlikely the kingdom would have launched the offensive without tacit Yemeni agreement.

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