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If Israelis weren't such cowards they would take on Iran country vs country. If Israel actually fought its own battles in this day and age they wouldn't last too long.
 





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Quite ominous what is going on @vigilante71 Iran was the last country on the list they would war with that General Wesley Clark unveiled.
Stay safe God willing,

As Trump Tweets Threats, Warnings of His Team 'Working in Lock Step to Lay Groundwork' for War With Iran


"Everything they're doing right now is only compatible with a policy of confrontation."
https://www.commondreams.org/news/2...eam-working-lock-step-lay-groundwork-war-iran
Yeah, everything is going as planned. Iran has been the target for a very long time and it's nothing new. The only difference is that recently, they are voicing their thoughts loud and clear.
Thanks for your concern sister. I had hoped that somehow the war would not happen and I'm quite sure every single Iranian still hopes the same thing. But what can we do? The world has gone crazy and war is portrayed as the solution to everything nowadays. The thing that bothers me the most is that warmongers are shown to the world as peace-makers and freedom fighters.
 





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The thing that bothers me the most is that warmongers are shown to the world as peace-makers and freedom fighters.
They operate behind a veil for their lies and deception and coercion using the Hijacked nations.

If Israelis weren't such cowards they would take on Iran country vs country. If Israel actually fought its own battles in this day and age they wouldn't last too long.
Agreed!
The Israelis have really harnessed the American war machine.
Giraldi: How Israel drives US policies exploiting a spineless Congress and White House

https://israelpalestinenews.org/isr...es-exploiting-spineless-congress-white-house/
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"An eerily familiar drumbeat of war is intensifying across DC , as it continues its wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and Yemen.
The ghosts of America’s neoconservative past are dusting off their Iraq playbook to make the case for war with Iran.
Their formula is simple but effective: Portray the Iranian government as an existential threat, insist that a chain of catastrophic events will result from inaction, and minimize costs and risks of the war that is necessary to facilitate their regime change efforts......If one looks back, however, neocons weren’t alone in their push for war with Iraq. A crucial aspect of selling the war to the U.S. public was a modicum of support within the Iraqi-American community."

It all doesn't look sellable at the moment that's why there'll be a falseflag, I suppose.
 





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I just find it incredible that vast numbers of people can be put under the delusion that Iran, who have not played an offensive part of ANY war in 200 years is a threat to anybody and should now be deemed as a major threat to world peace.

You'lĺ need a pretty big piece of paper to list USA's list of adversaries over the same period. All threats to world peace of course.

It's laughable really to the unwoolen but as Karly and others have intimated the consequences of this next conflict could have serious reverberations world wide.
 





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I just find it incredible that vast numbers of people can be put under the delusion that Iran, who have not played an offensive part of ANY war in 200 years is a threat to anybody and should now be deemed as a major threat to world peace.

You'lĺ need a pretty big piece of paper to list USA's list of adversaries over the same period. All threats to world peace of course.

It's laughable really to the unwoolen but as Karly and others have intimated the consequences of this next conflict could have serious reverberations world wide.
Apparently defeating or opposing Pro-Zionist plans in the middle east is considered a threat to "peace". It can not get any clearer what the word "peace" really means in their heads, now that they blame all their failures on Iran.
 





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The neocons you need to get up to speed with:


The Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD)
:rolleyes::rolleyes:
"is a neoconservative advocacy organization that was founded in the wake of the 9/11 attacks with the goal of pushing an aggressive “war on terror” in the Middle East and “pro-Israel” policies in Washington. The group initially claimed to wage ideological combat with “militant Islamism” in “a global war … being waged against democratic societies.” Today, FDD claims that its mission is “to promote pluralism, defend democratic values and fight the ideologies that drive terrorism.” Its experts push for U.S. military intervention in Iran and Syria, promote overturning the comprehensive July 2015 deal on Iran’s nuclear program, and advocate one-sided U.S. support for Israel in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."

"The admin has outsourced Iran policy to them (FDD)."
https://nationalinterest.org/feature/the-hawks-den-mcmaster-pompeo-given-heros-welcome-22827
 





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The thing that bothers me the most is that warmongers are shown to the world as peace-makers and freedom fighters.
"...any military operation against Iran will likely be very unpopular around the world and require the proper international context—both to ensure the logistical support the operation would require and to minimize the blowback from it. The best way to minimize international opprobrium and maximize support (however, grudging or covert) is to strike only when there is a widespread conviction that the Iranians were given but then rejected a superb offerone so good that only a regime determined to acquire nuclear weapons and acquire them for the wrong reasons would turn it down. Under those circumstances, the United States (or Israel) could portray its operations as taken in sorrow, not anger, and at least some in the international community would conclude that the Iranians “brought it on themselves” by refusing a very good deal."
Brookings Institution's 2009 "Which Path to Persia?" report, page 39.

That has been the plan from the beginning. Now I understand why Trump called JCPOA a "bad deal", because it was not "good" enough to make Iran refuse it.
 





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I just find it incredible that vast numbers of people can be put under the delusion that Iran, who have not played an offensive part of ANY war in 200 years is a threat to anybody and should now be deemed as a major threat to world peace.

You'lĺ need a pretty big piece of paper to list USA's list of adversaries over the same period. All threats to world peace of course.

It's laughable really to the unwoolen but as Karly and others have intimated the consequences of this next conflict could have serious reverberations world wide.
You make interesting points. However Iraq would probably like to disagree on this statement.... "Iran, who have not played an offensive part of ANY war in 200 years"
 





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U.S. launches campaign to erode support for Iran's leaders

"Karim Sadjadpour, an Iran expert at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace think tank, said the strategy to economically strangle Iran and stoke public discontent with the leadership aimed to produce one of two outcomes. “Outcome one is capitulation, forcing Iran to further curtail not only its nuclear program but also its regional ambitions,” Sadjadpour said.
“Outcome two is the implosion of the Islamic Republic.”"
 





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white helmets

'Far from saving lives in Syria, flying around between the US and Europe and collecting awards seems to be all that this group is doing. Last October, the White Helmets were also tipped to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, but apparently committee members backtracked at the last minute, instead giving the award to Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos.
It wasn’t long after that, when the group scooped-up an Oscar Award for their Netflix documentary film. As one writer put it, “Perhaps the only reason this group deserved to win an Oscar was for their acting skills — not their humanitarian efforts.'


https://21stcenturywire.com/2016/09...-white-helmets-as-terrorist-linked-imposters/

a witness to the heroic deeds of the white helmets

https://www.aljazeera.com/Search/?q=white helmets&s=as_q&r=15&o=any&t=d&a_f=
https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/witness/2016/08/syria-white-helmets-160812150421487.html
https://www.aljazeera.com/programme...ives-save-fellow-syrians-160923193543537.html
 





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