Introduction – August 12, 2012
As explained elsewhere, according to a very reliable clairvoyant friend Iran already has nuclear weapons but even if the corporate media knows – and some within the media-intelligence complex may well be privy to this – they are not publicising it.
Instead and for the foreseeable future the media will feed the public articles like the ones below. Speculating on Iran’s efforts “to develop nuclear weapons” these articles and others like them are intended to pave the way for a military strike on the Islamic Republic.
The first article is based on the widely held but entirely false assumption that possession of nuclear weapons will somehow render Iran invulnerable to a military strike.
Of course it won’t. It will do no more than deter a conventional military campaign but it won’t stop a full-on first strike with multiple nuclear warheads, which is what is being planned.
But to do this a false flag is first required to open the way for a nuclear strike on Iran. The following is intended to help pave the way for this.
The media will be full of similar articles about Iran’s efforts to develop nuclear weapons in the coming weeks. So that readers will have been programmed to think “Iran” if a nuclear device detonates, on reflex and purely by association.
NIE: Iran approaching immunity zone
Ronen Bergman – YNet News August 10, 2012
As the debate over a possible strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities grows, it seems that is possible that such a move would be ineffective.
According to a Friday report by Yedioth Ahronoth, top US officials, who are privy to the relevant intelligence shared by Israel and the United States, said that Tehran is rapidly approaching the “immunity zone” – the critical point in time after which the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program will no longer be vulnerable to a military strike.
The National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) report, recently submitted to the White House, paints a bleak picture, as it indicates “a significant progress” in Iran‘s “arms group” – the people and facilities focused on the manufacturing of a nuclear warhead.
The NIE report said that Iran has recently installed 5,000 “twin centrifuges” in the underground nuclear facility in Fordo, near Qom.
As far as Israel is concerned, introducing the centrifuges to Fordo has made the facility “immune,” even if partially, against an Israeli strike, which is likely to find it difficult to ram through the fortified mountain-side facility.
According to the report, while the US and Israel may disagree on the timeframe of a possible attack, there are in complete agreement over the intelligence. “There is nothing that we know that you don’t know,” a top American official said. “The opposite is true as well – your intelligence shares everything with us.”
The NIE report, which is based on the most recent intelligence assessments of the situation vis-à-vis Iran, is considered one of the most top secret reports compiled for Washington.
Israeli sources said that both countries know that the “arms group” has renewed its activities in Parchin – a military base used for nuclear research and development, from which IAEA inspectors have been barred.
Recent satellite images show clear changes to the area’s terrain, most likely in preparation for a time when Iran would no longer be able to prevent IAEA inspections.
Comment – August 10, 2012
Note how the above is full of authoritative sounding quotes about how Iran has made “significant progress” and how it is:
“rapidly approaching the “immunity zone” – the critical point in time after which the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program will no longer be vulnerable to a military strike.”
Of course it omits to mention that this “immunity zone” won’t render Iran invulnerable to a nuclear strike. But that’s how stage magicians and those involved in what is commonly called “brain washing” work.
They divert their audience’s attention and then conceal or insert certain key elements, stage props or ideas. Just like the old time stage magicians would throw a black cloth over something only to lift it and reveal something entirely different.
Below is another example of how the media is helping prepare readers subconsciously for this. Note how it speculates about an Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities “before the November elections in the United States”.
By itself Israel is in no position to launch a military strike on Iran, with or without multiple nuclear warheads. To be successful such an attack will require a cooperative effort among the Western nations.
However, mentioning an attack “before the November elections in the United States” provides a useful time frame. This is another brainwashing technique and it works through subtle suggestion. So that if a nuclear device is detonated in the coming months the notion will already have been implanted in readers subconscious to blame Iran through association.
Again without any thought on their part, or any awareness of what is really happening, readers are being conditioned to think ‘Iran’ if a nuclear device detonates somewhere. Exactly in accordance with Anglo-American-Zionist plans.
Israel media talk of imminent Iran war push
Dan Williams – Reuters August 10, 2012
Israel’s prime minister and defence minister would like to attack Iran’s nuclear sites before the U.S. election in November but lack crucial support within their cabinet and military, an Israeli newspaper said on Friday.
The front-page report in the biggest-selling daily Yedioth Ahronoth came amid mounting speculation – fuelled by media leaks from both the government and its detractors at home and abroad – that war with Iran could be imminent even though it might rupture the bedrock ties between Israel and the United States.
“Were it up to Benjamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak, an Israeli military strike on the nuclear facilities in Iran would take place in the coming autumn months, before the November election in the United States,” Yedioth said in the article by its two senior commentators, which appeared to draw on discussions with the defence minister but included no direct quotes.
Spokesmen for Prime Minister Netanyahu and Barak declined to comment.
Yedioth said the top Israeli leaders had failed to win over other security cabinet ministers for a strike on Iran now, against a backdrop of objections by the armed forces given the big tactical and strategic hurdles such an operation would face.
“The respect which in the past formed a halo around prime ministers and defence ministers and helped them muster a majority for military decisions, is gone, no more,” Yedioth said. “Either the people are different, or the reality is different.”
Israel has long threatened to attack its arch-foe, seeing a mortal menace in Iranian nuclear advances and dwindling opportunities to deal them a blow with its limited military clout. Washington has urged Israel to give diplomacy more time.