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An Israeli military strike on Iran may be just weeks or at most a couple of months away,” a former Israeli intelligence chief said Friday, while stressing that he personally did not think the time was right for an Israeli attack.

“It seems to me,” said Aharon Zeevi Farkash, former head of Military Intelligence in the IDF, “that [an Israeli attack] could come in the near future… that is, weeks or a couple of months.”

Asked whether an Israeli strike would lead to war, he responded: “Absolutely.”

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Aharon Zeevi Farkash speaks out a day after former Mossad chief Halevy says Iranians should be ‘very fearful of next 12 weeks’

Keep in mind this is a different guy, not the Mossad Chief...
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dude, they've been saying this for years now. Time is up
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Yada, yada, yada....
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Iran: We are at very sensitive, fateful stage
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only fools go looking for war. Isreali people, stop your government before its too late.
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only fools go looking for war. Isreali people, stop your government before its too late.
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^^^THIS^^^
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I'd like to make 2 points for those that think Iran should be attacked.

1. Iran as everything to loose and nothing to gain.
2. If Iran were to gain nuclear capabilities and nuke anyone around them then they would be initiating a death wish. The fallout would most certainly impact them.

Something to think about. This is about control of money and oil and nothing else.

Peace
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I'd like to make 2 points for those that think Iran should be attacked.

1. Iran as everything to loose and nothing to gain.
2. If Iran were to gain nuclear capabilities and nuke anyone around them then they would be initiating a death wish. The fallout would most certainly impact them.

Something to think about. This is about control of money and oil and nothing else.

Peace
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1. Iran has everything to lose and nothing to gain? Last I checked they want to be the powerhouse in the ME... Hence the reason they are losing $133 million each day from sanctions...

2. I doubt Iran would nuke everyone around them; but again, they do want to bring back the 12th imam who could only come forth in a time of world turmoil...

Also, if Iran had nukes, no one would touch them. What if there were disagreements with the West? They could flex their muscles and close the straight of hormuz at will, commit more bombing like in Bulgaria, ect. Would any country really want to engage in a possible nuclear volley over such issues?

I cannot think of any positives for a nuclear Iran.
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I'd like to make 2 points for those that think Iran should be attacked.

1. Iran as everything to loose and nothing to gain.
2. If Iran were to gain nuclear capabilities and nuke anyone around them then they would be initiating a death wish. The fallout would most certainly impact them.

Something to think about. This is about control of money and oil and nothing else.

Peace
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1. Iran has everything to lose and nothing to gain? Last I checked they want to be the powerhouse in the ME... Hence the reason they are losing $133 million each day from sanctions...

2. I doubt Iran would nuke everyone around them; but again, they do want to bring back the 12th imam who could only come forth in a time of world turmoil...

Also, if Iran had nukes, no one would touch them. What if there were disagreements with the West? They could flex their muscles and close the straight of hormuz at will, commit more bombing like in Bulgaria, ect. Would any country really want to engage in a possible nuclear volley over such issues?

I cannot think of any positives for a nuclear Iran.
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agreed on all points DL, which is why the longer they wait for a strike in my opinion the less chance of it happening, once they announce their joining the nuclear weapon club.....it's over.
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what ever war tard
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only fools go looking for war. Isreali people, stop your government before its too late.
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I agree with this.
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only fools go looking for war. Isreali people, stop your government before its too late.
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yes.

There is an evil agenda behind zionism that has nothing to do with protecting jewish people or religious faith... those two issues are the front that they use so that they can do their evil shit.

Real jewish people should stand up to these people who are LITERALLY using the people of Israel as BAIT. They treat the Palestinians horribly so that they can stir up hate in the region.

They are hoping that someone will attack Israel so that they can start their war that will lead to a world government.

NWO people.
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The West and the glorification of terrorism

by Thierry Meyssan

This new column by Thierry Meyssan is devoted to the analysis and commentary of an official statement or of a topical issue. Paying attention to silence as much as to words, he has focused this week on the reversal of the Western doctrine toward terrorism.

VOLTAIRE NETWORK | DAMASCUS (SYRIA) | 3 AUGUST 2012

The U.N. Security Council met shortly after the July 18 attack that decapitated the commandment of the Syrian security forces. Admittedly, the two sessions that followed addressed the Resolution proposals submitted by the Western powers and Russia. It was incumbent upon the Council to condemn terrorist action on principle, as it does in all similar circumstances. The practice is to unanimously adopt a declaration and have it read by the sitting president of the Council, in this case the Columbian, Nestor Osorio. Protocol dictates that he present his condolences to the member state under attack.

However, the Council remained silent. The Western members refused to apply to the attack in Syria one of the most basic principles of international relations: the condemnation of terrorism. Even worse, in their respective declarations, German, British, American and French leaders instead condemned the victims, holding them responsible for the violence they had been the targets of, and reaffirming support for the forces that perpetrated the attack. Immediately, the Western media set about defiling the memory of the victims as if their deaths were still insufficient to quench their thirst for Syrian blood.

No one doubts that terrorism in Syria is being sponsored by NATO and the GCC but until now it was being carried out behind a veil of hypocrisy. Unable to bombard and raze the country in view of the Russian and Chinese double veto, the Western powers and their Arab partners decided to bleed the country while setting it up for an attack by mercenaries. Then on February 12 came the call to jihad issued by Ayman al-Zawahiri. Suddenly, NATO, the GCC and al-Qaeda found themselves pursuing the same objective. Notwithstanding, Brussels took the view that the Egyptian sheik’s declarations were his alone and were therefore unworthy of commentary, as if to underline that NATO doesn’t revise its positions in response to such fatwas. This rationale remained unconvincing because it ignored the issue of the common objectives shared by the self-proclaimed advocates of democracy, on the one hand, and Islamism, on the other. It did allow appearances to be preserved. The masks are now off. The Western powers have acknowledged their links with terrorists.

The turning point occurred during the 3rd Conference of the “Friends” of the Syrian people in Paris on July 6. President François Hollande accorded a place of honor to individuals who had previously been paid in secret while taking care to deny knowing them. He elevated war criminals to the rank of heroes without eliciting the least discomfort among his foreign partners.

Without waiting for al-Qaeda to be invited to yet another conference of the “Friends” of the Syrian people, Sergei Lavrov expressed surprise at this behavior: “This signifies that [the West] will continue to support this kind of terrorist attack until the Security Council fulfills its obligations. It is a terrifying position.” He continued, “We do not know how we are to interpret this.”

Beyond the moral question, what does this doctrinal turnaround signify in that for over a decade the Western powers have touted themselves as the champions of the “war on terrorism” while today they openly proclaim their support for terrorists?

Many authors, among them U.S. strategists such as Zbignew Brzezinski, have emphasized that the notion of a “war on terrorism” is an absurd concept. One can conduct a war on terrorists but not against their strategy. Be that as it may, the slogan has had the double advantage of placing certain states on the side of Good while justifying their “war without end” against all others.

Terrorism is a method of asymmetrical combat that is always resorted to by default. It permits the weakening of the adversary but it is insufficient to achieve military victory and always leads to political defeat. Those who use it must forgo indefinitely the prospect of actually exercising power. Thus, terrorism is an immoral method that is only used from a position of weakness, not for gaining advantage but for gaining time, until conditions are met to engage in conventional warfare.

Everyone understands that the Syrian crisis is not or is no longer an internal confrontation but the result of a global readjustment of power relations. Washington is attempting to remodel the Greater Middle East and to change the regional military equation. Moscow challenges that authority and is attempting to usher in a new international order based on international law and on multilateralism. Syria is the line of demarcation between these new blocs.

Hence Sergei Lavrov’s perplexity: Are the Western powers in the process of acknowledging both their immorality and their impotence? What lies hidden behind their behavior? Could it be that their decadence is much more advanced than anyone had dared to conceive?

Geophysics teaches us that plate tectonics provoke earthquakes. Geopolitics functions in the same manner. The public relations experts of the so-called Free Syrian Army erred in evoking this image. Two blocks do confront each other in Syria but it’s the Western plate that is starting to slip and disappear beneath the Asiatic one and not the other way around.

Sergei Lavrov considers Washington to be terminally ill. Aware that “empires do not die in their beds” he is attempting to calm the “American empire” to prevent paroxysms of madness while gently accompanying the patient to his final resting place. He is observing the patient with care. Is the West’s current apologia for terrorism the beginning of a crisis of dementia or the sign of irreversible anemia?

Thierry Meyssan

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I'd like to make 2 points for those that think Iran should be attacked.

1. Iran as everything to loose and nothing to gain.
2. If Iran were to gain nuclear capabilities and nuke anyone around them then they would be initiating a death wish. The fallout would most certainly impact them.

Something to think about. This is about control of money and oil and nothing else.

Peace
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1. Iran has everything to lose and nothing to gain? Last I checked they want to be the powerhouse in the ME... Hence the reason they are losing $133 million each day from sanctions...

2. I doubt Iran would nuke everyone around them; but again, they do want to bring back the 12th imam who could only come forth in a time of world turmoil...

Also, if Iran had nukes, no one would touch them. What if there were disagreements with the West? They could flex their muscles and close the straight of hormuz at will, commit more bombing like in Bulgaria, ect. Would any country really want to engage in a possible nuclear volley over such issues?

I cannot think of any positives for a nuclear Iran.
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How is this different from what every other country with nuclear weapons does? Why shouldn't they be able to defend themselves? Again, this about money and oil and nothing else. Just like Iraq!!!
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I'd like to make 2 points for those that think Iran should be attacked.

1. Iran as everything to loose and nothing to gain.
2. If Iran were to gain nuclear capabilities and nuke anyone around them then they would be initiating a death wish. The fallout would most certainly impact them.

Something to think about. This is about control of money and oil and nothing else.

Peace
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1. Iran has everything to lose and nothing to gain? Last I checked they want to be the powerhouse in the ME... Hence the reason they are losing $133 million each day from sanctions...

2. I doubt Iran would nuke everyone around them; but again, they do want to bring back the 12th imam who could only come forth in a time of world turmoil...

Also, if Iran had nukes, no one would touch them. What if there were disagreements with the West? They could flex their muscles and close the straight of hormuz at will, commit more bombing like in Bulgaria, ect. Would any country really want to engage in a possible nuclear volley over such issues?

I cannot think of any positives for a nuclear Iran.
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How is this different from what every other country with nuclear weapons does? Why shouldn't they be able to defend themselves? Again, this about money and oil and nothing else. Just like Iraq!!!
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MAD is an idea that has so far worked in the civilized world. Since it worked for everyone else, lets just give every single country in the middle east nuclear weapons and see if MAD still works. If that thought doesn't keep you up at night there's something wrong with you.

Since everyone is equal in all parts of the world, lets take all the cops out of the hood which is filled with gangsters, and distribute them evenly throughout the suburbs. I'm sure that will bring crime down....

What your saying is as dumb as the comment above ^^

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yea yea yea...
I dont mean everything I say to be literal. I just like to throw around ideas, and play devil's advocate.

I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.

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israelis barking again, the results when coming to iran is nothing as usual, just barking.
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I'll believe it when I see it. Just alot of jawing in my opinion...
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Israel dis, Israeli dat,, who gives a shit, it's all a fucking Hollywood misdirection. Is-ra-el. Never did anything except blow up a few tanks in the desert. Well, they blew up the twin towers too, but I digress
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Israel is not going to do shit until Romney gets elected.

Israel could probably defeat Iran straight up, but Iran is tougher than people think they are, and it wont be a cowardly sneak attack like the previous israeli wars were. Iran knows it is coming.

So, of course they expect America to come in and do their dirtywork, as always. They are not sure if Obama will back them up or not, so they are going to wait until after elections to see if Romney wins or not.

If Romney wins, I am sure that Israel will attack as soon as Romney takes his oath.
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I'd like to make 2 points for those that think Iran should be attacked.

1. Iran as everything to loose and nothing to gain.
2. If Iran were to gain nuclear capabilities and nuke anyone around them then they would be initiating a death wish. The fallout would most certainly impact them.

Something to think about. This is about control of money and oil and nothing else.

Peace
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18304550


1. Iran has everything to lose and nothing to gain? Last I checked they want to be the powerhouse in the ME... Hence the reason they are losing $133 million each day from sanctions...

2. I doubt Iran would nuke everyone around them; but again, they do want to bring back the 12th imam who could only come forth in a time of world turmoil...

Also, if Iran had nukes, no one would touch them. What if there were disagreements with the West? They could flex their muscles and close the straight of hormuz at will, commit more bombing like in Bulgaria, ect. Would any country really want to engage in a possible nuclear volley over such issues?

I cannot think of any positives for a nuclear Iran.
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But you could think of some positives for a nuclear Israel with Samson Option? How Ironic!

The war will happen both Israel and Ahmadinejad will make sure it will take place to fulfill another long waited prophecy and initiate the needed crisis to usher in the Totalitarian One World Government Age.

No statesman who would have own nations best interest in mind would act as ridiculously as Ahmadinejad, his statements serve more the purpose of Israel (Keep giving reasons to justify the necessity for Israel to defend itself) than it does Iranians!

But once you consider the possibility that Ahmedinejad is playing on the same team with Bibi, it all makes sense...
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Israel is not going to do shit until Romney gets elected.

Israel could probably defeat Iran straight up, but Iran is tougher than people think they are, and it wont be a cowardly sneak attack like the previous israeli wars were. Iran knows it is coming.

So, of course they expect America to come in and do their dirtywork, as always. They are not sure if Obama will back them up or not, so they are going to wait until after elections to see if Romney wins or not.

If Romney wins, I am sure that Israel will attack as soon as Romney takes his oath.
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Here’s the logic of an autumn strike:

If Mr. Netanyahu believes Israel has to hit Iran before Iran hides their nuclear program in impenetrable underground tunnels (possibly by the end of this year) then he may choose to launch the attack at a time when it’s most politically difficult for President Obama to oppose or undermine Israeli military action.

Support for Israeli security is becoming a key issue in the 2012 campaign between President Obama and Governor Romney, and Netanyahu may calculate that the President would feel compelled to do everything he could to help Israel this fall in order to win votes for November.

If Netanyahu does not strike this fall, and Mr. Obama wins re-election, Netanyahu has to consider the possibility that the White House would be even less inclined to support an Israeli strike next year. Indeed, Mr. Obama would not be facing another election and thus could, potentially, really turn the screws on Israel and take actions designed to block preemptive action.
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only fools go looking for war. Isreali people, stop your government before its too late.
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^^^THIS^^^
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^ What a pair of fucktards ^

Israelis know what it's like to wait too long to go to war with psychopaths. The last time the Israelis waited too long, they experienced a train ride to a gas chamber.
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They hve been saying this for many weeks and for several months already. Just more middle east chest thumping. They are starting to sound like North Korea. All your turbins are be mine!!! kim
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Israel is not going to do shit until Romney gets elected.

Israel could probably defeat Iran straight up, but Iran is tougher than people think they are, and it wont be a cowardly sneak attack like the previous israeli wars were. Iran knows it is coming.

So, of course they expect America to come in and do their dirtywork, as always. They are not sure if Obama will back them up or not, so they are going to wait until after elections to see if Romney wins or not.

If Romney wins, I am sure that Israel will attack as soon as Romney takes his oath.
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Here’s the logic of an autumn strike:

If Mr. Netanyahu believes Israel has to hit Iran before Iran hides their nuclear program in impenetrable underground tunnels (possibly by the end of this year) then he may choose to launch the attack at a time when it’s most politically difficult for President Obama to oppose or undermine Israeli military action.

Support for Israeli security is becoming a key issue in the 2012 campaign between President Obama and Governor Romney, and Netanyahu may calculate that the President would feel compelled to do everything he could to help Israel this fall in order to win votes for November.

If Netanyahu does not strike this fall, and Mr. Obama wins re-election, Netanyahu has to consider the possibility that the White House would be even less inclined to support an Israeli strike next year. Indeed, Mr. Obama would not be facing another election and thus could, potentially, really turn the screws on Israel and take actions designed to block preemptive action.
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Obama would be "less inclined"?

Dude, I promise you, the Muslim Brotherhood is informed of our top secret military operations before even the commanders are notified.

If Barry finds out anything regarding real Israeli military action, Al Jazeera will know before the US Navy does.
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only fools go looking for war. Isreali people, stop your government before its too late.
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^^^THIS^^^
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^ What a pair of fucktards ^

Israelis know what it's like to wait too long to go to war with psychopaths. The last time the Israelis waited too long, they experienced a train ride to a gas chamber.
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prove it.
I dont mean everything I say to be literal. I just like to throw around ideas, and play devil's advocate.

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Israel dis, Israeli dat,, who gives a shit, it's all a fucking Hollywood misdirection. Is-ra-el. Never did anything except blow up a few tanks in the desert. Well, they blew up the twin towers too, but I digress
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Go find a professional masturbation thread, fuckwit. Adults are discussing important issues here.
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only fools go looking for war. Isreali people, stop your government before its too late.
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^^^THIS^^^
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^ What a pair of fucktards ^

Israelis know what it's like to wait too long to go to war with psychopaths. The last time the Israelis waited too long, they experienced a train ride to a gas chamber.
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prove it.
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putin

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