WMDs: Iran, Syria and the London Olympics

Rixon Stewart – July 13, 2012

Prior to the 2003 invasion of Iraq numerous articles appeared in the corporate media speculating about Saddam’s Weapons of Mass Destruction. Coupled with Tony Blair’s now infamous 45 minutes claim they appeared to imply that “something must be done”.
No matter that the “45 minutes” claim later proved to be utterly groundless. For a while it did the trick and conveniently silenced any opposition to the invasion of Iraq.
Then in the aftermath of the invasion, as Hans Blix and his team searched for the elusive WMD it slowly dawned that there weren’t any. The threat that Saddam’s Iraq posed the world was an empty one; largely created by politicians working in tandem with the corporate media.
Between them they had essentially generated an illusion.
Is the Western public now any wiser to these contrived threats? Have we learned anything from Iraq other than it was an utter waste of lives?
The powers that be obviously don’t seem to think so. For a string of new reports recently appeared echoing those earlier claims; with mention of chemical weapons and Sarin nerve agents.
Only this time the guilty party is not Saddam’s Iraq but Assad’s Syria and Iran.      
Thus U.S. officials echoed by the corporate media recently warned that Assad has moved Syria’s chemical weapons out of storage. The implication being that he may be preparing to use them “against civilians”.
However, closer scrutiny reveals the corporate media is engaged in a campaign to condition the public mentally for military action. Similar to what happened in the run up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq; it is not so much “news coverage” as propaganda dressed up as to look like balanced reporting.
No matter that many of its claims have proven to be fabricated – such as photos the BBC claimed were of a Syrian massacre but which were actually taken in Iraq. Or a BBC news editor openly admitting that most of its Syrian coverage was based on “opposition propaganda”. The Western media appears to be operating on the principle that if you tell enough lies some, at least, will be believed.  
Western intelligence appears to operate on much the same principle. You may recall claims about Saddam’s mobile chemical weapons laboratories, when Colin Powell appeared before U.N. Security Council flaunting a vial of “Iraqi anthrax”.
In his speech he told U.N. delegates:
“Every statement I make today is backed up by sources, solid sources. These are not assertions. What we’re giving you are facts and conclusions based on solid intelligence.”  
A Senate Report on Iraqi WMD Intelligence later concluded however:
“[m]uch of the information provided or cleared by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for inclusion in Secretary Powell’s speech was overstated, misleading, or incorrect.”
Which is another way of saying he lied.
Trouble is Colin Powell is now being echoed by MI6 chief Sir John Sawers who told senior civil servants that Britain had already foiled one attempt by Iran to obtain nuclear weapons. Nonetheless Tehran remains undeterred, Sir John says, and has continued its efforts to obtain WMD and may have them as soon as 2014.
Sir John didn’t offer any hard proof for these claims in his speech last week. Only the warning that without MI6’s work: “you’d have Iran as a nuclear weapons state in 2008 rather than still being two years away in 2012.”
Implying, in other words, that “something must be done”.
However I have news for Sir John and although I suspect he may already know, readers won’t.
It comes via a VERY RELIBLE psychic friend who over the years he has provided valuable insights. He spoke of the Iraq invasion ten years before it happened, adding even then that Iran was the ultimate objective.
Now he informs us that contrary to Sir John’s claim that Iran may have nuclear weapons by 2014, IT ALREADY POSSESSES THEM. They haven’t been flaunted or publicised because on the basis of a religious decree by Ayatollah Khamenei: “the production, possession, use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is illegitimate, futile, harmful, dangerous and prohibited as a great sin.”
Nonetheless, they are being kept as weapons of last resort. Weapons to be used in the event of a Western attack on Iran.
We suspect that Sir John already knows this. All his talk is merely to prepare the Western public for an all out first strike on Iran, one using nuclear weapons. Because the West cannot mount a conventional military campaign against Iran without sustaining unacceptably high casualities a nuclear first strike remains an “option”.
This is part of the reason why the West has been made so many veiled threats yet seems hesitant to strike Iran. It needs time to condition the public for what it is about to undertake.
The only thing required is a false flag: sufficiently bloody and destructive enough to warrant such a strike.  
When and where will that occur? There has been much speculation recently about an impending false flag at the London Olympics. While we agree that it would seem an obvious target several factors make us think that it won’t happen just yet: including the fact that the British Army has just been drafted in to take over some of the Olympic security arrangements.
More significantly however, our psychic friend says that the elite are highly “pissed” over the publicity given to a false flag at the Olympics. Such an event had indeed been planned, he says. However, the speculation on the Interent means that it may not go ahead as intended.
In less than two weeks we’ll know. Stay tuned…

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