Thursday, September 13, 2012

Is the Iran Show about to Begin?

The attack in Libya on the American embassy there, which resulted in the death of Ambassador Stevens, isn't, yet, being blamed on Iran. But the U.S. government is now putting out the word that it appears as though it was a coordinated attack:
Intelligence experts and U.S. government officials are starting to view the attack in Libya that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others in Benghazi as a coordinated attack.
Congressman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., went as far Wednesday to say the attack had all the hallmarks of al-Qaida.
"This was a coordinated attack, more of a commando style event. It had both coordinated fire, direct fire, indirect fire," Rogers said following an intelligence briefing on Capitol Hill.
Other sources, including officials at the Pentagon and the State Department, are also discussing the possibility that it was a planned operation, and some say several developments support the possibility.
Could this be the start of the Iran campaign?

I reported in the EPJ Daily Alert, back in February:

A source that I am not free to identify beyond the fact he is former military,a  Mideast  specialist and analyst and speaks fluent Arabic (including a couple of dialects),  advised me recently that a series of false flag operations would be taking place that would be blamed on Iran.  The source told me to watch for the false flag events and you “will know the show is about to begin.”


  1. "Congressman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., went as far Wednesday to say the attack had all the hallmarks of al-Qaida."

    Yeah, right - pull the other one Rogers; you are either a fool or a tool. This has all the hallmarks of yet another CIA false flag op (especially when you use agents that aren't smart enough to remove their press passes before they pose with their Guy Fawkes masks on.)

  2. I would not be surprised if this is the case. The U.S. government is trying to find some way to justify going to war against a country that has not attacked our soil and does not affect our freedoms. The answer to this incident in Libya, the supposed "Iranian threat", and any other foreign policy issue is simple: neutrality and noninterventionism.

  3. The media seemed to get the memo about a "coordinated attack" and have run with it. But what does that mean? All ambushes or attacks of the sort are "coordinated." You can't have a group of folks firing RPG's and small arms fire at a particular target without "coordination."

  4. Orson Welles' radio broadcast of War of the Worlds, revealed the nature of people to act like idiots when they're afraid. Too many are still afraid today.

    I heard through the grape-vine where I work, that some idiot believes that middle-eastern folks who own 7-11s,etc., are using them as a front for terrorism activities.

    I hope she's the only one, but I just hang my head over what this country could have been. Beam me up!