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Israël viole l’espace aérien de la Syrie/ USA viole l’espace aérien irannien- Acte de provocation:

Israeli Air Force: We don't know why you guys overreacted, we regularly violate Syrian airspace

Russia calls on Israel to honor int'l law

Russia on Thursday called on Israel to respect international law following an alleged violation of Syrian airspace.

"We are above the law, putz!"

Israeli Jets Run Iran Attack Drill

Israel says it prefers to let the international community confront Iran's nuclear ambitions, but a lone Israeli attack is not out of the question.

"Of course Israel wants to let the Americans do that," said Ephraim Inbar, director of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies.

This event could have simply been to provoke Syria into a military confrontation.

Syria and Iran have a mutual defense pact, which would mean that Iran would have to come to the military aid of Syria (as well as the US being pledged to support Israel militarily), and then we would have been off and running.

Also, notice the way in which Mr. Inbar expresses as a almost a given how much Israel is counting on our kids to fight, get maimed, and die for Israel's geopolitical agenda.

Syria fires on Israeli war planes: army spokesman

Syrian minister: 'Israel can't survive without aggression'

"Israel in fact does not want peace. It cannot survive without aggression, treachery and military messages," Syrian Information Minister Mohsen Bilal said Thursday, a day after IAF aircraft allegedly violated Syrian airspace in an overnight operation.

Sources: IDF objects to Gaza op because of tensions with Syria

Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Wednesday that the Israel Defense Forces was moving closer to an extensive ground action in the Gaza Strip, "in order to halt the rocket fire and the strengthening [of militant organizations]", Barak told his senior staff and the heads of the military industries. The statement came a few hours after the security cabinet decided not to significantly alter the IDF's actions in the Gaza Strip.

Translation: Israel can't handle an offensive on two fronts without drafting military reserves, and they're already testing Syrian defenses.

However, I wouldn't want to bet against such a draft if in fact a major military action against Syria is in the works.

US jet fighters violate Iran's airspace: military

US warplanes have violated Iranian airspace in the southwestern oil-rich province of Khuzestan, Al-Alam Arabic language news satellite channel quoted a local military chief as saying on Sunday.

Looks like the US is already testing Iran's air defenses.

US Planes Violate Iran Airspace

Probably testing Iran's air defense systems.

Agression de l’Iran:

U.S. to move on Iran’s Revolutionary Guard

The United States has decided to designate Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, the country's 125,000-strong elite military branch, as a "specially designated global terrorist," according to U.S. officials, a move that allows Washington to target the group's business operations and finances.

From al-Qaeda to al-Quds

In 2002, in the runup to the war against Iraq, the George W Bush administration changed the subject from its failure to destroy al-Qaeda in Afghanistan and Pakistan to Iraq's non-existent weapons of mass destruction.

In 2007, in the run-up to the coming war against Iran, the administration has changed the subject from its abject failure in Iraq to Iran's also non-existent nuclear weapons. The manufacture-of-consent techniques are exactly the same - the apocalyptic 2007 Bush forecast of an Iranian-orchestrated "nuclear holocaust", echoing Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's apocalyptic 2002 prediction of a Saddam Hussein-orchestrated "mushroom cloud".

Vastly experienced European diplomats, from Paris to the European Union headquarters in Brussels, confess their helplessness and impotence. They also confirm off the record that Bush's brand-new European poodle, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, is convinced the US president will order the bombing of Iran's nuclear sites –not to mention general infrastructure. A number of chancelleries are already working under this premise.

And the 110th will simply repeat, ad nauseum, their "stupid congress member's trick" of rolling over and playing dead while this happens.

And of course, the potential military repercussions from Iran against our troops in Iraq and elsewhere don't really matter that much to them because after all, it's generally other people's kids going the fighting, getting maimed and dying; not theirs.

Selling War with Iran: Next Week at AEI

Cheney's likely motivation for issuing such instructions to his think-tank allies would be to win an inter-administration battle over the future of Iran policy. Cheney, an advocate of confronting the Iranians militarily, faces opposition from the Joint Chiefs of Staff, where the primary concern is preventing an open-ended Iraq commitment from decimating military preparedness for additional crises. A new war is the last thing the chiefs want, and on this, they're backed by Defense Secretary Bob Gates.

Halliburton Charged with Selling Nuclear Technologies to Iran

Bush administration to “ratchet up pressure” on Iran

Cheney Orders Media To Sell Attack On Iran

"It will be coordinated with the American Enterprise Institute, the Wall Street Journal, the Weekly Standard, Commentary, Fox, and the usual suspects, writes Rubin, "It will be heavy sustained assault on the airwaves, designed to knock public sentiment into a position from which a war can be maintained. Evidently they don’t think they’ll ever get majority support for this—they want something like 35-40 percent support, which in their book is “plenty.”

The issuance of orders for Neo-Con mass media arms to push for an assault on Iran also puts the U.S. on red alert for a terror attack, whether real or manufactured, which Dick Cheney has already promised will immediately be blamed on Iran no matter who the real culprits are.

These lunatics desperately need a diversion from how really badly the war in Iraq is going.

So what do they intend to do, take collective responsibility and get our troops home quickly?

Of course they won't: they're simply going to start yet another war.

And for all of Bush's blather yesterday in Iraq about how valuable our troops are for their sacrifices, he and his minions are perfectly happy in bringing thousands more to permanent injury and death to bring about the neocons' geopolitical agenda.

Cheney to bypass Bush, collude with Israel to attack Iran?

Rove's Departure linked to Iran Attack? - Ray McGovern

Michael Ledeen's Dangerous Iran Obsession

Michael Ledeen -- who once told me that he only supported the Iraq War because it provided momentum and pre-positioning of American military forces to then go after Iran -- is not going to feel self-actualized until America unleashes a considerable portion of its arsenal against the nation and people of Iran.

Michael Ledeen is one of the men the Italian Parliament concluded authored the forged Niger documents use to help sell the lie that Iraq had nuclear weapons.

Do We Have the Courage to Stop War With Iran?

President George W. Bush's speech Tuesday lays out the Bush/Cheney plan to attack Iran and how the intelligence is being "fixed around the policy," as was the case before the attack on Iraq.

It's not about putative Iranian "weapons of mass destruction" - not even ostensibly. It is about the requirement for a scapegoat for US reverses in Iraq, and the White House's felt need to create a casus belli by provoking Iran in such a way as to "justify" armed retaliation - eventually including air strikes on its nuclear-related facilities.


With his term almost over, the danger of a world catastrophe seems closer with every passing day. The man literally wants to go out with a 'big bang'... Iraq was his failure so he is desperate to make his name good by destroying Iran. Edged on by AIPAC and their supporters, he is determined to continue in his path of destruction, regardless of the consequences.

Poll: 71% of Israelis want U.S. to strike Iran if talks fail

Note the arrogant assumption that Israel has a say in what the US will do.

More Likely - by Alan Bock">War With Iran Looks More Likely

For months – perhaps even a couple of years – I have been downplaying the likelihood that Bush would be so foolish as to start a war with Iran, especially in light of how much more difficult such a war would be than the war on Iraq and how thinly the military is stretched.

Over the last few weeks, however, I have to admit I've become a bit less certain.

'US ready to strike Iran on Good Friday'

The United States will be ready to launch a missile attack on Iran's nuclear facilities as soon as early this month, perhaps "from 4 a.m. until 4 p.m. on April 6," according to reports in the Russian media on Saturday.

I do not trust this focus on the 6th. The attack could come as soon as tonight. The attack could be delayed well into April to wear down Iran's preparedness with false alarms.

There is no doubt war is coming. But what day it will start is not set in stone.

Where is the USS Nimitz?

Goading Xerxes: A New Tactical Twist in the Coming War on Iran

Indeed, it seems Cheney has already chosen the casus belli for such an attack – a provocation that we will doubtless see occurring any day now.

George Bush insists that Iran must not be allowed to develop nuclear weapons. So why, six years ago, did the CIA give the Iranians blueprints to build a bomb?

Deep in the bowels of the CIA, someone must be nervously, but very privately, wondering: "Whatever happened to those nuclear blueprints we gave to the Iranians?"

Or was it a setup to justify invasion.

FLASHBACK: UK cleared nuclear cargo to Iran

British officials have allowed the export to Iran of a cargo of radioactive material that experts believe could be used in a nuclear weapons programme.

Can you say "Frame up?"

Outcry as border guards seize British 'dirty bomb' lorry heading for Iran

Can you say "Frame up?"

FLASHBACK: MI6 probes UK link to nuclear trade with Iran

Can you say "Frame up?"

FBI's Mueller: Al-Qaida Has Intent to Use Nuclear Weapons

Looks like we are getting set up for the false flag that will launch the invasion of Iran.

A peculiar outrage

Call that humiliation?

new video of sailors infuriates Zionists

Le programme nucléaire irannien:

U.N. chief warns of "crazies" seeking Iran war

IAEA: Iranian Cooperation Significant

The U.N. nuclear agency said Thursday that Iran was producing less nuclear fuel than expected and praised Tehran for "a significant step forward" in explaining past atomic actions that have raised suspicions.

U.S., Allies Accuse IAEA Chief Nuclear Inspector of Mishandling Iran File

We saw this leading up to Iraq, when the US accused all the inspectors of aiding Iraq by refusing to find the weapons of mass destruction.

UN watchdog denies Iran blocked nuke visit

Iranian Nuclear Pledges Complicate President Bush's U.N. Strategy

U.S. diplomats have seized on the confirmation provided by an IAEA report finalized last week that Iran is continuing to enrich uranium and to build what would be a plutonium-making heavy-water reactor—in defiance of United Nations Security Council resolutions, as well as those of the IAEA's own board. However, the same report declared that Iran had made "a significant step forward" by agreeing to a work plan for addressing remaining issues about its nuclear facilities and capabilities. IAEA officials suggest that if Iran carries out its promises, outstanding questions could be answered by the end of this year.

Iran welcomed the report, contending that it showed U.S. accusations that it is pursuing nuclear weapons were groundless.

"But, but, but, they are THINKING about nuclear weapons, dammit! WE can bomb them for having bad thoughts!!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Karzai calls Iran a 'very close friend'

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan gave Iran his full embrace yesterday, saying it has been his country's "very close friend," even as US officials meeting with him here repeated their accusation that Iranian-made weapons were flowing to Taliban fighters.

Robert M. Gates, who was in Afghanistan for nearly 24 hours to meet with US commanders and Afghan officials. Gates said he raised the issue of the Iranian munitions in his meeting with Karzai, but acknowledged that there was no evidence the Iranian government was behind the alleged shipments.

Absolutely nothing this admnistration is saying can get traction in terms of anyreal, tangible reason to "strike" Iran militarily because of their nuclear program.

So, what's next?

Well, let's see :Olmert is due to meet with Bush in Washington on the 19th of this month.

Cheney has been doing everything possible to push some kind of military 'solution' on Iran. I would almost bet real money that one of the big things on Olmert's to-do list is to get Bush to see any US lead strike (which Israeli officials have wanted, so their kids don't do the fighting, dying, and getting maimed) Israel's way.

Of course, there's also that little issue of Bush having pledged US military support for Israel no matter what, and no matter who starts a confrontation.

If Israel strikes Iran, the US military is pledged by Bush to support it, and we're off and running.

Kuwait says US cannot use bases for any Iran strike

Kuwait, a staunch US ally, said on Monday it would not allow the United States to use its territory as a launch-pad for any attack on Iran over its nuclear programme.

Kuwait served as the launch-pad for the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 and remains the main staging point for US-led troops in the country. Around 15,000 US troops are stationed at several bases in the emirate.

Translation: it is very clear to the Kuwaiti government that there will be a US-led strike against Iran which is coming soon, and they don't want any part of it.

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