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*** Attaque (nucléaire) imminente de l`Iran -Partie 2/3

*** Attaque (nucléaire) imminente de l`Iran -Partie 2/3


Washington prend de nouvelles mesures pour isoler l'Iran

- par Jim Mannion - 2007-01-31

Ahmadinejad angrily abandons plans for UN visit

The Prince and the Dissident


***« Rayé de la carte » : la rumeur du siècle

- par Arash Norouzi - 2007-01-29

Iranian president mistranslated

Six Lies You Shouldn't Believe About Iran, Especially Since, Hey, There's People Down Here.

World Politics">Iranian general 'hands over vital documents after defecting to US'

An Iranian general appears to have defected to the West with vital documents, despite Iranian claims that he was snatched last month from a Turkish hotel by US or Israeli agents.

A former Iranian deputy defence minister, Ali Rez Asgari has documents and maps detailing the relationship between the elite Revolutionary Guards and Islamist groups such as Hizbollah and Islamic Jihad, the London-based Asharq Alawsat newspaper said.

Soooooo, lemme see if I have this right.

A key Iranian general is snatched from a hotel in Turkey, then it is announced that the General defected, but we are not allowed to see him on TV confirming that this is a defection and not a kidnapping. Then wonder of wonders he brings along documents which make a perfect case for Israel to start a war with Iran into which the US will get dragged.

And if you believe that one, I have some of Saddam's 'nookular' bombs to sell you.

Navy: nothing to substantiate Iran market rumor

I wonder who profited from that sudden market jump.

Oil spikes $5 on rumors of Iran attack

Now who do you suppose made money off of that?

Intelligence vs. Evidence

Once again, we are seeing the victory of "intelligence" over solid evidence, this time in the run-up to war with Iran.

All of the cheerleaders for this impending military action need to think, at least for one moment about the following: what will China - and Russia - do if Iran is attacked?

There is a lot of economic investment by both countries in Iran, and it is absolute madness to think that they will not do what they can to protect those investments.

Here We Go Again - Pentagon leaks 'proof positive' against Iran

Iran involvement suspected in Karbala compound attack

"They looked like Americans, spoke like Americans, dressed like Americans, drove American vehicles, used America weapons, got into the area as easily as Americans, therefore they MUST have been Iranian!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Soldier's Death Strengthens Senators' Antiwar Resolve

Insurgents, dressed in U.S. military uniforms, speaking English and driving black American SUVs, got through a checkpoint and attacked, kidnapped four soldiers and later shot them.

Okay, so if they dressed like Americans, spoke like Americans, drove American vehicles, why should we assume they were NOT Americans, out to stage an incident that Bush can use to fan the flames of war with Iran.

Also, it is worth noting that Brian Freeman was known for speaking out against the war and against the mistreatment of prisoners by US "Military Contractors".



This web page is being waved around to "prove" that Iran does make 81mm mortar rounds like the one the US Government is trying to use to justify an invasion of Iran.

Take a good look at the soldiers and weapons at the very top of the page. They look Iranian to you? And why does an Iranian company put together a web page where their own country is obscured from view on that world map?

Check the spelling on the tabs. "Miscellancous"? "Caliber" uses the American spelling, rather than "Calibre." And Tehran is spelled "Tahran" on the contact page. This web page was assembled in a rush.

Take a look at the page source in your browser. The images and directories on the server are all in ENGLISH.

The phone numbers on the contact page are all 7 digit numbers. But in July of 2005, Iran switched over to an 8-digit phone system.

And finally, the traceroute traces the IP not to a business, but to a university!

Information related to ' -'

inetnum: -

netname: MUT-AC-IR

descr: Malek Ashtar University

country: IR

admin-c: SR3653-RIPE

tech-c: MR6958-RIPE


mnt-by: IROST-MNT

mnt-lower: IROST-MNT

mnt-routes: IROST-MNT

source: RIPE Filtered

person: Shapour Rahimi

address: Malek-Ashtar University Tehran Iran

phone: +98 21 22944490

nic-hdl: SR3653-RIPE

source: RIPE Filtered

person: Masoud RanjbarZade

address: Malek-Ashtar University Tehran Iran

phone: +98 21 22944490

nic-hdl: MR6958-RIPE

source: RIPE Filtered

Information related to ''


descr: IROST-route

origin: AS15611

mnt-by: IROST-MNT

mnt-lower: IROST-MNT

source: RIPE Filtered

U.S. can't prove Iran link to Iraq strife

Bush administration officials acknowledged Friday that they had yet to compile evidence strong enough to back up publicly their claims that Iran is fomenting violence against U.S. troops in Iraq.

Posted Feb 3, 2007 07:39 AM PST
Category: IRAN

"Just trust us. Would we lie to you?" -- Official White Horse Souse

Gates: Iranian Weaponry Found In Iraq, Defense Secretary Says Serial Numbers, Markings "Pretty Good" Evidence Of Iran's Role

Serial numbers and markings on explosives used in Iraq provide "pretty good" evidence that Iranians are providing either weapons or technology for militants there, Defense Secretary Robert Gates asserted Friday.

You have to wonder if there are odds in Vegas of just how soon the US intends to attack Iran. Today is the 9th of February, and the 21st of February is the UN deadline.

I doubt that the US will attack before that date, but afterward, with all the US hardware in and around the Persian Gulf, that hardware will wind up getting used, and off we go.

Iranian bombs have killed 170 Iraq coalition troops: US

That ol' bovine excrement meter just pegged.

U.S.-led forces show evidence of Iran weapons in Iraq

U.S.-led coalition forces in Iraq on Sunday presented what officials said was "a growing body" of evidence of Iranian weapons being used to kill coalition soldiers.

Notice that the US is so "sure" of this evidence, that they won't even name the "senior defense official" making this presentation.

US to present its evidence of Iran's meddling in Iraq, wary of past intelligence blunders

U.S. officials are preparing to detail evidence supporting the Bush administration's claims that Iran is providing lethal help to Iraqi fighters, in a briefing scheduled Sunday in Baghdad.

BULL BISCUITS! This is just a "packaging job", designed and engineered to attempt to make the American public buy yet another "military misadventure", this time in Iran.

And if they don't get the traction they want with this, watch for an up-coming "manufactured incident" to get us into a shooting war with Iran.

‘US fabricating evidence against Iran’

Javad Zarif told National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” program that Iran has “no interest” in providing weapons to any insurgent group in Iraq.

“But the problem is that the United States has decided on a policy and is trying to find or fabricate evidence if it cannot find one — and I believe it hasn’t been able to find an evidence — in order to substantiate and corroborate that policy,” Zarif said.

The US has to find someone to blame for its debacle in Iraq, and since Iran is sitting over some real estate with a heck of a lot of oil, Iran has become (as Iraq was several years ago) the "bad-guy nation-state du jour".

War: It's just a pretext away

Anyone viewing international events with even a shred of objectivity knows that the U.S. government is just a pretext away from bombing Iran.

If you want peace, then every time you hear that Iran has done [insert latest cockamamie story here] you callup the local media you heard it on and tell them 'BULL BISCUITS!" in no uncertain terms. Then you call the official who made the idiotic claim and repeat the treatment.

The attack will be on the moment the government thinks they have found something the public will believe, even if grudgingly. The path to peace lies in making sure that the government and the media know that WE THE PEOPLE know they are lying with every single breath.

Deadliest Bomb in Iraq Is Made by Iran, U.S. Says

The information includes interrogation reports from the raids indicating that money and weapons components are being brought into Iraq from across the Iranian border in vehicles that travel at night. One of the detainees has identified an Iranian operative as having supplied two of the bombs. The border crossing at Mehran is identified as a major crossing point for the smuggling of money and weapons for Shiite militants, according to the intelligence.

Sooooo, according to this latest propaganda, the US knows the road these Iranian smuggled weapons are traveling on, but cannot do anything, because the bombs travel at night, somehow evading the world's very best night-vision and thermal imaging scopes US troops carry.


And if you believe THAT one, I have some of Saddam's 'nookular' bombs to sell you!

Pentagon blames Iran for 170 US deaths

Posted Feb 11, 2007 12:02 PM PST
Category: IRAN


Also, Iran gets its weapons, including mortars, from Russia. Russian mortars do NOT use 81MM rounds!

The Bovine Excrement meter just exploded.

Iran: Anatomy of a Lie

FLASHBACK: ABC And The IED's From Iran That Were Made In The UK

FLASHBACK: Bombs From Iran...Umm, Made In Uk...

World Politics">Target Tehran: Washington sets stage for a new confrontation

The evidence against Iran is even more insubstantial than the faked or mistaken evidence for Iraqi WMDs disseminated by the US and Britain in 2002 and 2003. The allegations appear to be full of exaggerations.

Gen. Pace Refuses To Back Claims On Iran

The top American military officer, General Peter Pace, declined Monday to endorse the conclusions of U.S. military officers in Baghdad, who told reporters on Sunday that the Iranian government is providing high-powered roadside bombs to insurgents in Iraq.

No 10 backs US claim over Iran arms

Downing Street has backed American claims that Iran was involved in arming Iraqi insurgents with powerful roadside weaponry used against allied forces.

Backing another "dodgy dossier", are you, Tony?

Obviously you didn't feel ridiculous enough when you backed the first one, about Hussein having "weapons of mass destruction", so now you have to go for a "two-fer", in backing the US claims (read: lies) about Iranian arms?

I'd ask you if you had any shame about the hell the US is about to uncork on Iran; however, you have truly proved you do not through your backing of US invasions in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Blair Blinks...

Tony Blair has declared himself at odds with hawks in the US Administration by saying publicly for the first time that it would be wrong to take military action against Iran. The Prime Minister’s comments came hours before the UN’s nuclear watchdog raised the stakes in the West’s showdown with Tehran.

This is certainly gallons of "cold water" Blair has thrown on a potential military action against Iran.

It doesn't necessarily mean that the US (and/or Israel) won't do it, but it's at least a good start in terms of western European opposition to such a move.

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