Stratfor Emails: Israel Has Destroyed Iran's Nuclear Program
If we can believe Stratfor emails hacked by Wikileaks, Israeli commandos and covert operations have decimated Iran’s nuclear program, so there is no need for an attack.
One email out a momentous five million mentions a comment made by Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak, who praised a deadly munitions explosion at a military base run by Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards. Barak said “it would be desirable if they multiply."
“I think this is a diversion. The Israelis already destroyed all the Iranian nuclear infrastructure on the ground weeks ago,” one Stratfor intelligence official wrote in an email dated November 14, 2011. “The current ‘let’s bomb Iran’ campaign was ordered by the EU leaders to divert the public attention from their at home financial problems. It plays also well for the US since Pakistan, Russia and N. Korea are mentioned in the report. ”
Others at Stratfor arrived at a similar conclusion:
“Israeli commandos in collaboration with Kurd forces destroyed few underground facilities mainly used for the Iranian defense and nuclear research projects,” another official wrote on November 13, 2011. “Even if the Israelis have the capabilities and are ready to attack by air, sea and land, there is no need to attack the nuclear program at this point after the commandos destroyed a significant part of it.”
It seems unlikely EU officialdom would launch a costly and controversial war as a diversion from eurozone financial problems. The attack has an ulterior motive.
In June of 2010, Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker’s inside sources revealed that many Bilderberg members, including prominent member Zbigniew Brzezinski, were in favor of U.S. air strikes on Iran and were “leaning towards war,” although 100 per cent of members were not supportive of an attack.
Tucker named his source as an international financial consultant who personally knows Bilderberg members and has done business with them for the past 20 years, according to an article by Paul Joseph Watson.
“Some of them in Europe are saying no we shouldn’t do it but most of them are in favor of American air strikes on Iran,” said Tucker, adding, “They’re tilting heavily towards green lighting a U.S. attack on Iran.”
If covert operations have destroyed much of Iran’s nuclear program, what would be the purpose of a conventional military attack?
Iran’s fledgling and largely clumsy nuclear program takes a backseat to the real target the globalists want to take out -- the political leadership in Iran and the country’s modern civilian infrastructure.
In November, we reported on comments made by U.S. intelligence officials who said Israel’s target list includes Iran’s electric grid, internet, cellphone network, and emergency frequencies for firemen and police officers.
The existence of a program designed to cripple crucial civilian infrastructure not related to Iran’s nuclear program reveals that the Israeli-U.S. plan is to reduce the country to a Stone Age condition much the same way Iraq was leveled in 2003.
Beginning in 1991 with Bush Senior’s illegal invasion, Iraqi civilians and their infrastructure were deliberately targeted by the U.S. military. The savage bombardment had a “near apocalyptic impact” on Iraq and had transformed the country into a “pre-industrial age nation,” which “had been until January a rather highly urbanized and mechanized society,” writes author William Blum, citing United Nations observations.
“Bombing of Iraqi cities served no military purpose but was designed to destroy the civilian infrastructure. War games in July 1990 in South Carolina trained pilots to bomb civilian targets and Pentagon statements about plans to bomb civilian targets in August and September 1990 are evidence that these targets were set well in advance of January 15, 1991,” writes David Model in his book, Lying for Empire: How to Commit War Crimes With A Straight Face.
“Critical elements of the civilian infrastructure were destroyed including communication systems, oil refineries, electric generators, water treatment facilities, dams, and transportation centers,” Model continues. “Over 90 percent of Iraq’s electrical capacity was destroyed in the first days of the bombing.”
Iraq’s water supply was specifically targeted and resulted in the death of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children. Iraq’s capacity to produce food was also destroyed by attacks on agriculture, food processing, food storage and the food distribution system. Half of Iraq’s agricultural output depended on irrigation systems which were also destroyed.
In addition to hundreds of hospitals, health centers, mosques and schools, Bush’s Pentagon bombed densely populated cities, killing thousands. Civilian highway traffic was targeted and vehicles such as buses and cars were bombed repeatedly.
Iran faces the same fate. The incessant warnings about Iran’s supposed nuclear threat is smoke and mirrors -- the real plan is not to de-nuke Iran, but set it back and hundred years and make sure if does not challenge the globalist’s little client state in the region, Israel.
If Stratfor’s intelligence is genuine, it adds more weight to the argument that Israel and the United States are hyping Iran’s nuclear program and using it as a cover for a generalized attack designed to level modern Persian society and civilization.
In this way it serves the same purpose as Bush’s yellowcake and aluminum tubes -- a flimsy pretext designed to cover for yet another series of war crimes.
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