Attack On Iran Imminent

All warfare is based on deception.

Hence, when able to attack, we must seem unable;
when using our forces, we must seem inactive;
when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away;
when far away, we must make him believe we are near.

Sun Tzu, The Art of War Ch1

In the video below, recorded in June 2012, we see Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State and James Baker, former Secretary of State, (and the audience) gleeful at the prospect of war with Iran and, of course, the prospect of tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of deaths. We also see Clinton outlining what she maintains the Iranians are thinking.

But psychopaths often attribute their thinking to others along with accusing others of doing exactly what they, the psychopaths, are doing. So, if you know how to listen to them, psychopaths will tell you all you need to know about them. Clinton in true psychopathic form, is ostensibly elaborating on what she says is the reasoning of some of the Iranians when, in fact, she is outlining her (i.e. her government's) thinking.

(Some transcript and video is available at GlobalResearch H/T Bot Tak at Penny's. The transcript of the full interview can be found here [thanks WP] and a video of the full interview can be found here)

When Clinton says she thinks the Iranians will provoke an attack from the US, she is telling us that a false flag attack on the US (or israel) will appear as a provocation to get America to attack them. It's about as screwy as it can get but we are dealing with the sick logic of psychopaths desperate to deceive the US populace into supporting them by turning reality inside out.
“All war is based on deception”
Once the American public at large and, more particularly, American servicemen and women understand what is really going on, the US administration's power will evaporate.

The above State Department sponsored interview was a little over a year ago. We had representatives of the ruling elite in America drooling at the prospect of ever more war and, yet, today we have this same US government setting itself up as the honourable party to negotiations with Iran. They are now mimicking Russia with this conciliatory approach because they see the approval Russia is getting world wide. Meanwhile, Netanyahu is saying the Iranians are liars and deceivers only to be 'proved right' (and Russia and the world 'proved wrong') when an attack is supposedly perpetrated by Iran against the US or israel and triggering a massive and sudden US response. Can this apparent sudden about-face by the US be in any way believable?

In a broader context, we can see from recent history that this ploy fits a pattern and is in accordance with SunTzu's ancient but enduring principles of war. The pattern includes feigning peace as a prelude to attack. In 2008, Georgia's Saakashvili announced to Russia and the world that he wanted to enter into peace talks with Russia over the disputed provinces of Abkhasia and South Ossetia. The next day he launched a murderous assault on South Ossetia. It has to be said that Saakashvili is a complete tool of israel and the US. These two countries were involved in planning the attack and even assisting in carrying it out. It was their strategy.

Much more recently, on August 29th, the world was relieved, but befuddled somewhat, by the British parliament voting 'no' to the prospect of a British attack on Syria. And two days later, Obama defers his decision on attacking Syria to Congress. Now we really have a 'what's wrong with this picture' situation.
when using our forces, we must seem inactive”

The vote of the British parliament and the referral to Congress by Obama were designed to lure Russia and Assad into dropping their guard momentarily by thinking that their ememies were either hobbled or hesitant to attack. Fortunately, the Russians remained very alert. On September 3rd, the US fired two ICBM's aimed at Syria from somewhere in the Mediterranean over the heads of the Russian fleet off the Syrian coast. The Russians intercepted them. It was impressive as ICBM's travel at over 4 times the speed of Cruise missiles and they have a very high trajectory with a steep descent curve towards their intended target making them very difficult to intercept. But the Russians pulled it off.

(The linked article above [H/T Dublinmick] incorrectly states the missile attack was before the votes of the British parliament and the deferral to Congress and thereby misinterpreting the meaning of the train of events.)

Some commentators (this author included) saw Obama's deferral to Congress as face-saving because the US did not dare provoke a war with Russia. And we were right. . . mostly. There was one contingency that had not been anticipated, though. And that was what the US had actually been talking about at every opportunity – a very limited attack; a two missile assassination attempt aimed at Bashar al Assad. An attack that would be over almost before it had started leaving the Russians very little opportunity to retaliate as it would then look like aggression rather than defense as the attack was now over. But the Russians were far more capable than the US bargained for and intercepted the US ICBM's and all talk of 'limited strikes' against Syria ceased.

The US has some prior form with this tactic if we remember their missile attack on Col. Gadaffi in 1986 that killed his daughter instead.

Three days after the failed US missile attack, Obama and Putin meet at St. Petersburg for the G20 meeting. The body language in the photo below says it all. Not the outcome Obama was anticipating at all.

America was checkmated as far as that attack went. But there is no rest for the wicked and the whole New World Order of the jewish bankers, so long in gestation, is evaporating before their eyes. Something, anything, must be done to save it. Desperate times.

In 2006 Lebanon was attacked and invaded once again by israel. And once again, Hezbollah repelled them. It was a demoralising defeat for israel. It was also a disaster for the US and their banking masters who had been hoping that this war on Lebanon would drag Syria into the conflict giving israel the excuse it needed to attack Syria. This then would have subsequently triggered the mutual defence pact between Syria and Iran giving the US the excuse it needed to attack and destroy Iran.

But these grand plans fizzled out when Hezbollah proved themselves to be more than a match for 'the most moral army in the world' who are more used to attacking defenceless civilians with chemical weapons such as white phosphorus instead of confronting an armed and organised force such as Hezbollah.

So attacking Lebanon on the way to attacking Syria and then Iran is a 'no go' now. So it's 'forget Lebanon and on to Syria directly' then. But Syria has also proved a much tougher nut to crack. The US, israel, Qatar and Saudi Arabia have thrown enormous resources at Syria only to face defeat. Now that Russia has demonstrated clearly that it can and will defend Syria against any and all attacks, Syria, too, is off the list of ways to get to Iran.

This leaves an increasingly desperate US and israel with seemingly only one alternative to save their quest for world dominance – leapfrog Syria as they did with Lebanon and start a war directly with Iran. It is high risk but these psychopaths are desperate. The US has already shown its willingness to take high risks with its stymied missile attack on Syria on Sept 3th. They are losing ground and world opinion is turning against them and many states such as Brazil are becoming bolder in their open opposition to the US.

The only hope for the US to emerge triumphant from a war with Iran is to use surprise and attack massively to achieve most of their aims in one day. Russia does not have the same commitment to Iran's defence as it does with Syria. So there is not the same impediment there for the US. If the US can get Russia to hesitate in responding for even just one day, they will have a chance to regain the upper hand over Russia and the rest of the world.

The US will, no doubt, be hoping that the Russians, faced with the already devastated Iran, will decide that an attack on the US in return would involve high risk with nothing to gain now. I cannot imagine the US emerging unscathed from an attack on Iran but hubris and desperation make for disastrous decisions. As illogical as it appears, the pattern and the signs of this strategy are clear.

So first the US have to introduce the element of surprise. Hence, all the unprecedented peace overtures (here and here) we have been seeing coming from America in the last couple of weeks. We have also seen (false) indications that israel and the US will be hampered in their ability to attack Iran. Again, it's this 'what's wrong with this picture' scenario again.

To get Russia to hesitate in responding to an attack on Iran, the US must create confusion as to what is going on; who attacked whom and who is defending. Therefore the need for a convincing false flag attack on the US or israel. Claims from the US that the Iranians wanted to provoke an attack on themselves is not going to convince the Russians or anyone else with any knowledge of Iranian history. But it will be useful in convincing a sizeable proportion of the US citizenry and, more importantly, the personnel of the US military forces that they are the victims of aggression once again.

The defence against this nightmarish scenario is for Russia and Iran to come to a defence pact that tells the US in no uncertain terms that an attack on Tehran, as with an attack on Damascus now, is the same as an attack on Moscow. And, of course, that Russia is prepared to act instantly to any launching of missiles just as it did on September 3rd to the American ICBM's aimed at Syria.

The administrations of America and israel are a menace to the whole world and this is becoming more obvious to more people every day. They both have very long histories of wars of aggression and waging their wars through deceit. They cannot be trusted at any point or in any way.

Thanks to McJ for research and insights


Impending doom

Hello James,

Thanks for fixing (supplying the correct one )my bad link over at Pennys smiling

It started yesterday, a feeling of impending doom. It just doesn't feel or "smell" right. So felt relief when I saw your article because I've been feeling this is all too gushy and friendly after decades of vilifying.

They are up to something and time is growing short. Let's hope that Russia, can again, be able and willing to stop them in their tracks. They are back to negotiating the S-300 w/ Iran so some meeting of the minds must have been reached.

Bizarro world

Hi Karin,
thanks for your comment. It's getting weird, isn't it? Today I saw that Kerry is praising Syria for starting to destroy their chemical weapons.

They are back to negotiating the S-300 w/ Iran so some meeting of the minds must have been reached.

Well, that's good news. The other good news is that if this kiss-kiss-hug-hug posturing is striking us as fairyland stuff, how must it appear to the Iranians?

If anyone can put a stop to the US/israel's plans, Putin and Lavrov can.

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Same pattern

Good catch James and another good post!

"The vote of the British parliament and the referral to Congress by Obama were designed to lure Russia and Assad into dropping their guard momentarily by thinking that their ememies were either hobbled or hesitant to attack."

I was surprised that more people didn't catch the mistake in the Al Manar article. There is a big difference in thinking the attack happened before the British vote. That makes it appear that the Russians taking out those missiles was the reason the British Parliament voted against a strike on Syria and that Obama deferred to congress.

It is always good to expose how these psycho think. Now, thanks to you we can see the pattern repeating with Iran. They are not particularily creative, are they? They just keep doing the same things over and over and over again.

Thanks for the acknowledgement. smiling

You're welcome, McJ, and

You're welcome, McJ, and thank you.
Yes, the vote business being before the missile attack shows their duplicity very plainly.

They are not particularly creative, are they? Nope.

They just keep doing the same things over and over and over again. They may not be creative but they are observant . . . observant of us and what we fall for. They use our trust and gullibility. But once those are gone, the psychos are exposed and vulnerable.

Hey . . . have I got a deal for you!

"For sure . . . my grandmother only drove it church on Sundays . . . honest!"

And now the British are turning around on decades of refusing to talk to Hezbollah to engage them.
But in doing so, they are attempting to create a division in the public's mind if not within Hezbollah itself. They are trying to distinguish between the 'military arm' and the 'civilian arm'. A distinction Hezbollah wholeheartedly rejects.

The US maybe trying a similar thing with Iran Whatever, there will certainly be those within Iran who are (quite rightly) leery of any olive branch held out by the US and those who want to believe after years of sanctions and tensions.

One of the challenges for both Iran and Hezbollah will be to manage how they are being manoeuvred in the public perception. The US, and now the UK it seems, are trying to usurp Russia's and Iran's stance and look like they are the peacemakers. While all the while they are looking for ways to defeat Iran and Hezbollah.

This is all about arresting the US' decline in the public's perception and to open the way to proceeding with crippling sanctions aimed at Iran's oil exports if not a direct military attack on those same oil facilities.

The American government is untrustworthy: Khamenei

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution of Iran Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei stressed Saturday that United States cannot be trusted, criticizing some aspects of latest visit of Iranian President to UN General Assembly meeting in New York last week.

"We support the diplomatic initiative of the government and attach importance to its activities in this trip," Imam Khamenei told military commanders and graduating cadets.

However he added -- without elaborating -- that "some of what happened in the New York trip was not appropriate," in an implicit reference to the 15-minute telephone conversation between President Sheikh Hasan Rouhani and his US counterpart Barack Obama.

Diplomatic sources revealed that Sheikh Rouhani agreed to talk with Obama after the latter asked for such a call for five consecutive times.

"We are pessimistic towards the Americans and do not put any trust in them. The American government is untrustworthy, supercilious and unreasonable, and breaks its promises," Sayyed Khamenei said, who has the final say on all matters of state including foreign policy.

how dare they!

how dare they use big words like supercilious!! That does it, the American people will not stand for this!
haha j/k most american people are too busy betting on the next weeks football games. it's their evil leaders who won't stand!


I guess they don't know their place relative to the 'exceptional' Americans.

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Good thing!

"We are pessimistic towards the Americans and do not put any trust in them. The American government is untrustworthy, supercilious and unreasonable, and breaks its promises," Sayyed Khamenei said, who has the final say on all matters of state including foreign policy."

That's a good thing! smiling

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Hmmm...what's this all about? Could this have anything to do with the US launching and Russian interception, of those two ICBM's?

    Washington - The Air Force said Friday it fired the two-star general in charge of its nuclear missiles in response to an investigation into alleged personal misbehaviour. It was the second sacking this week of a senior commander of nuclear forces. 
Maj. Gen. Michael Carey was removed from command of the 20th Air Force, which is responsible for three wings of intercontinental ballistic missiles - a total of 450 missiles at three bases across the country,
according to an Air Force spokesman, Brig. Gen. Les Kodlick. 
The Air Force cited "loss of trust and confidence" in Carey earlier Friday. 
The decision was made by Lt. Gen. James Kowalski, commander of Air Force Global Strike Command. Kowalski is in charge of all Air Force nuclear weapons, including bombers.
On Wednesday, the second-in-command at U.S. Strategic Command, Vice Adm. Tim Giardina, was relieved of command
amid an investigation into alleged gambling issues. Strategic Command is responsible for all Air Force and Navy nuclear forces. 
"It's unfortunate that I've had to relieve an officer who's had an otherwise distinctive career spanning 35 years of commendable service," Kowalski said in a written statement from his headquarters at Barksdale Air Force Base, La. 
An internal email obtained by the AP on Friday said the allegations against Carey stem from an inspector general probe of his behaviour while on an unspecified "temporary duty assignment." The email said the allegations are not related to the operational readiness of the ICBM force or recent failed inspections of ICBM units. 
[What kind of "temporary duty" would they assign to the 2nd in Command of US Strategic Command?]
Kodlick said the investigation is not yet completed. He would not provide details about the alleged misbehaviour by Carey except to say it does not involve sexual misconduct. 
At a Pentagon news conference, Kodlick was asked whether Carey's dismissal was alcohol-related. He did not respond directly but said Carey is not an alcoholic. 
Kowalski has selected the vice commander of Air Force Global Strike Command, Maj. Gen. Jack Weinstein, to temporarily replace Carey as head of 20th Air Force. 
Carey began his Air Force career in the enlisted ranks in 1978. He was commissioned as an officer in 1983 and is a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He took command of the ICBM force, based at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., in June 2012. 

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Secretly moving nukes?
The deputy commander of US nuclear forces has been fired from his post after being investigated for allegedly using counterfeit chips at a casino, officers said.
The move was highly unusual against such a senior officer in US Strategic Command, which oversees the country’s nuclear-armed missiles, submarines and bombers.
General Robert Kehler, the chief of US Strategic Command, had recommended Giardina be reassigned last month and the official decision to relieve him of his duty came this week.
The move was approved by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and President Barack Obama, officials said.
The suspension of the naval officer represented another setback for the US military’s nuclear mission, which has come under severe criticism in recent years after a number of mishaps.
The nuclear missile unit at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota earlier this year disciplined 17 launch control officers after an inspection uncovered problems and later relieved an officer who oversees training.
In August, a missile unit in Montana failed a nuclear safety and security inspection.
In 2008, then defense secretary Robert Gates fired the Air Force secretary and chief of staff, blaming them for what he called an erosion of standards that led to two blunders involving nuclear weapons.

One of the commenters on this story left this:

"This has to do with the nukes that were secretly moved from Dyess Air Force base to South Carolina. Giardina was suspended on the exact same day (Sept. 3) that Sen. Lindsey Graham warned of a nuke attack on Charleston South Carolina, and the suspensions were not supposed to be made public, they were instead leaked to the media. Was someone in the US directing these Air Force commanders to sneak nukes to S. Carolina so they could be used against Syria, or were they going to be used in a 
false flag attack on the US itself?"

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Dates, dates, dates..

The poker chip story is exceptly lame. Fox news reported that the second in command of the US Strategic Command, Giardina, was suspended on Sept.3. This is the same date that those two ICBM's were shot down by Russia over the Mediteranean. Coincidence? I don't think so. Why did they wait three weeks to announce it?
Giardina, deputy commander at U.S. Strategic Command, was suspended on Sept. 3 and is under investigation by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, a Strategic Command spokeswoman said.
The highly unusual action against a high-ranking officer at Strategic Command was made more than three weeks ago but not publicly announced at that time.The command is located at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha, Neb.
Kehler has recommended to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel that Giardina be reassigned, Kunze said. Giardina has been the deputy commander of Strategic Command since December 2011. He is a career submarine officer and prior to starting his assignment there was the deputy commander and chief of staff at U.S. Pacific Fleet.
Strategic Command oversees the military's nuclear fighter units, including the Navy's nuclear-armed submarines and the Air Force's nuclear bombers and nuclear land-based missiles."

And Maj. Gen. Carey, the commander of the 20th Air Force, "responsible for three wings of intercontinental ballistic missiles - a total of 450 missiles at three bases across the country", is now being suspended for something he did at an earlier date while on an "unspecified special duty assignment."

And in another date coincidence it was reported on May 8, 2013 that 17 launch control officers were disciplined at Minot Air Base. This is right around the dates of the Israeli sub being sunk and the Israeli nuke attack on Syria which took place May 5, 2013.
“We are, in fact, in a crisis right now,” Lt. Col. Jay Folds, deputy commander of the 91st Operations Group, told subordinates in an email obtained by the AP. The group is responsible for all Minuteman 3 missile launch crews at Minot.
In his email, Folds lamented the remarkably poor reviews the launch officers received in a March inspection. Their missile launch skills were rated “marginal,” which the Air Force told the AP was the equivalent of a "D’' grade.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel responded to the AP report on Wednesday by demanding more information from the Air Force. The service's top general, Gen. Mark Welsh, said the problem does not suggest a lack of proper control over the nuclear missiles but rather was a symptom of turmoil in the ranks."

Good catches, McJ

I think it is too much of a coincidence for it to be not connected to the US missile firing.

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Obomber fired Giardina

I agree and according to this news video Obama personally fired Giardina. Why would Obama get involved over poker chips? The story just doesn't pass the smell test. It seems much more likely this has something to do with those missiles.

There have been 9 high ranking military officers fired during Obama's term several just recently.

A new book on 9/11 is out.

Hi James. I thought you might be interested in this.

Dimitri Khalezov has spent 10 years researching and writing a book on what happened during 9/11. The book is now available on the internet. Download links:

Or read at:

In a 2010 interview, Khalezov explained that you can't build a skyscraper in NYC without an approved demolition plan. On 9/11, the WTC's demolition plan was put into action to demolish the complex.

Khalezov learned of this demolition plan from his job in the Soviet Union. He had worked in the nuclear intelligence unit and under an agreement between the Soviet Union and the USA, each country was obliged to inform the other of peaceful uses of nuclear explosions. The WTC was constructed with 3 thermo-nuclear charges deep in its foundations.

Note: underground nuclear explosions do not produce mushroom clouds. This is only ever seen when the explosion takes place above ground. On 9/11, the explosions were deep underground.

More info (with links to 2010 interview):
Video # 4 - WTC's demolition plan
Video # 14 - WTC 7 (which fell ½ hour AFTER the BBC announced its collapse).
Videos # 24/25 - chronic radiation sickness of WTC responders
The videos of this interview can be downloaded from Khalezov's website:

Khalezov was interviewed on 4 Sept 2013:

thanks anon

there's a lot of info here. I'm working my way through it smiling

Dimitri Khalezov makes a lot of sense

I am amazed at how differently he views the events of 9/11 compared to everybody else I have ever read. And I have to say he makes a lot of sense.

The book is more than 1000 pages and it's tough sledding. I don't agree with everything he says, but I do think his work deserves to be taken seriously. Thanks for the link ... and good luck to all who decide to delve into the morass.


Congratulations, WP, on finding time and energy to read the book. I watched his video's some time back and found them (and him) credible, but what would I know!

I keep coming back to the fact that the towers fell at free fall speed making controlled demolition the only possibility and all the lies of the government making them amongst the responsible parties.

Vigilance in a time of peace overtures

I doubt the US is going to catch the Iranians by surprise.

“In this period of time and with regards to the current situation, a team is needed to be in charge of monitoring threats and enemy moves and adopting the necessary measures to counter the threats,” Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi said on Tuesday.

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Another Israeli strike on Syria

The BBC report that Israel carried out another air attack on Syria (Wed or Thurs) in Latakia, allegedly targeting Russian missiles destined for Hezbollah - at link:

Press TV:
"Israel and its Western sponsors have admitted to an unprovoked airstrike in Syrian territory this week. This is the latest of several assaults Israeli planes have carried out against neighboring Syria over the past year. CNN, in its report, "Israeli planes strike Syrian military base, US official says," admits:
Israeli warplanes struck a military base near the Syrian port city of Latakia this week, an Obama administration official told CNN on Thursday. 
An explosion at a missile storage site in the area was reported in the Middle Eastern press, but an attack has not been confirmed by the Israeli government. 
The target, according to the Obama administration official, was missiles and related equipment the Israelis felt might be transferred to the Lebanon-based militant group Hezbollah. The official declined to be identified because of the sensitive nature of the information. 
There was some confusion about the timing of the attack, with some reports saying it happened Wednesday, and others saying Thursday. "

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US trying to play Iran off

US trying to play Iran off Syria?
by Finian Cunningham
"Is the US trying to manipulate Iran, through sanctions relief, in order to assert Washington’s agenda for regime change in Syria?
The answer would seem to be ‘yes’, as suggested by the latest tour of the region by the UN-Arab League special envoy, Lakhdar Brahimi. 
In particular, it was the private message that Brahimi brought to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that suggests the Algerian career diplomat is acting more as an interlocutor for Washington’s nefarious political agenda, rather than as an honest peace broker. "
"In any case, the important point here is that Brahimi was carrying a specific and underhand political message to Iran. That message was for Tehran to toe the Washington line on Syria, by “exerting pressure” on its ally in Damascus to capitulate to the Western objective of regime change. 
This functioning by Brahimi as a conduit for Washington is a reprehensible abuse of his official remit as a neutral broker. 
But the attempt by Brahimi to induce Iran into an American line on Syria also throws new light on the parallel diplomatic rapprochement between Washington and Tehran over the long-running nuclear dispute. 
It seems too much of a mere coincidence that just as Washington and its Western allies, Britain and France, have belatedly engaged in a political track over Syria - having recognized that their covert military tactic has become exhausted - that these same powers have ostensibly embraced a diplomatic thawing with Iran. 
Recall that this sudden diplomatic track with Iran began only two weeks after US Secretary of State John Kerry acceded to the plan put forward by Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov for chemical weapons decommissioning in Syria and a renewed push for the Geneva II political dialogue.
That was 14 September. Then on 28 September, US President Obama made his “historic” phone call to Iran’s President Rouhani. 
Ever since, Washington and its Western allies and their so-called Friends of Syria have been trying to pre-determine the outcome of any Syrian negotiations, and specifically to remove President Assad from power. Thus the Western powers are trying to win their objective of regime change in Syria on the political field, after recognizing that they couldn’t achieve this on the battlefield. "


A most excellent post James and McJ
The dynamic duo smiling

"There was one contingency that had not been anticipated, though. And that was what the US had actually been talking about at every opportunity – a very limited attack; a two missile assassination attempt aimed at Bashar al Assad. "

Most interesting. These were the missiles that Russia caught wind of.
Take out Assad and it's done.
But, the US got burned. It makes sense

Moving on to Iran? James and McJ that has certainly crossed my mind.
Go big or die trying?
They (Obama, Kerry, Nuttyahoo etc are that crazy and drunk with the delusions of their power.

Regarding the latest attack on Latakia: IMO that did not happen.
I could be wrong, of course, but as of now.... that is where I am at
It did not happen.

And one last thanks to WP for stopping by at my place last week?
Thanks for your words of appreciation
That means a lot to me
Swamped with home renos and have not been able to respond to comments as much as I would like to.

OT: The kitchen gutting/reno marches on
good news is it is progressing
there is a sub floor and walls are insulated/vapour barrier
thank goodness, it has been freezing
Dry walling up for this week end
I think we are about 7 weeks in now
hopefully new flooring next week end
cabinet delivery and installation after that etc

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hello or goodbye Many thanks Penny. Sorry to have taken so long to reply. I have been off attending to life's many demands. I hope your kitchen renos have gone well and you are now cookin' in a lovely new space.

Thanks Pen

Here's a just published article talking about those missiles and the meaning of them being shot down-

Iran hasn't been attacked yet. Maybe their plans were stifled when it became obvious that Iran was vigilant and distrustful of the US moves. Or maybe I got it wrong. But one thing is for sure, they won't give up trying to cause mayhem.

I don't believe the attack on Latakia took place, either. In my opinion it is a psy-op and the intended audience is the jihadists/mercenaries. Any day now (!) I'll write a post on this (and related things) explaining my reasoning.

Good luck with the reno's and watch where you step. Don't want you disappearing through where the floor should be smiling

A little history lesson

from Neil Clark published at RT should anyone be wondering about the olive branch the US seems to be offering the Iranians-
Fighting against peace: Why US doesn’t want an end to wars

Yes this still has to be on

Yes this still has to be on the cards.
Keep up the good work fellas.

Carol x

Thanks Carol

. . . . though there's not too much work lately. smiling

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Round 2? Bandi back in

Round 2? Bandi back in Russia

"05 December 2013 Thursday 17:32
Saudi Intelligence Chief Back in Russia to Discuss Syria Crisis

Saudi Intelligence Chief Bandar Bin Sultan has returned to Russia to once again try to tilt Moscow's stance on Syria after his first attempt a few months ago ended in a total fiasco, media sources said, adding that he has already met with Russian Foreign [Minister Sergei Lavrov]
The Russian Foreign Ministry has declared in a statement on Wednesday that Bandar and Lavrov both sides discussed in detail the main issues regarding the developments in the Near East and Middle East, including the crisis in Syria and Geneva 2 conference as well as Iran's nuclear program, the Syrian state news agency reported.

dealing with psychopaths

The guy has no shame, . . . of course!

From the article you linked, McJ-
"Saudi Arabia is considered the number one supporter of terrorist groups in Syria and the top supplier of weapons and funds to the terrorists."

That should read ". . . the top supplier of weapons and funds AND terrorists."


or maybe ". . . the top supplier of TERRORISTS and weapons and funds." Wink

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