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MattMarriott



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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 3:07 pm    Post subject: US attack to Iran HOAX for dummies - the two basic facts Reply with quote

"Attack to Iran" Hoax: another example of End Times Reductionism. You only need two basic facts to completely expose it.
End Times: total brainwash, total refusal to add 1 + 1, with the illuminati able to sell the most primitive hoaxes to their sheep.

March 23, 2007: Iran detains British sailors.
Matt Marriott explains it is just the illuminati staging the 1000th act of the "Attack to Iran" Hoax script, and it is also used to divert from these REAL events taking place in Baghdad.

Below a transcript where the two basic facts are formulated as questions and how total brainwashed people (Hoax Believer or 1+1 Denier) will refuse to answer them.

Hoax Believer:
No, they are detained because the Zionist West KIDNAPED three Iranian Officers and they have to be returned. Iran is not under Illuminati control.

Matt Marriott:
I have two questions for you. Please answer with yes or no.

1. Is the Iraqi "government" a US puppet?

Hoax Believer:
The Iraqi gov. is a Puppet, but Iran is taking an advantage there.

Matt Marriott:
"The Iraqi gov. is a Puppet": Ok, you answered the first question with yes.

Now the second question:

2. Is the Iranian government supporting the US puppet "Iraqi" government?

Yes or No - please answer.

Hoax Believer:
Within limits, as long as their interests run along they may support actions .

Matt Marriott:
"Within limits": You did not answer with yes or no.
This is in fact the question you refused to answer with Yes or No:

- Supporting or not supporting a puppet government of your greatest enemy along your most important border, where your greatest enemy is trying to consolidate military bases against the will of 99.99 pct of the population.
A "government" that is not even able to leave the US military base protecting it, aka Green Zone.

1 + 1 = 2.

I don't need to ask you to name for me what those limits would be, i.e. starting by specifying one single action showing that the iranian government is not supporting the "Iraqi" puppet "government".

Case closed.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 11:35 pm    Post subject: What about Israel? Reply with quote

What about Israel attacking Iran?

That is a sincere question; I don't have an opinion.

I did, however, find this yesterday:
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Why Iran Seized the British Marines

New York -- The most ominous detail about Iran's seizure of 15 British Royal Marines in the Shatt-al-Arab waterway on Friday morning is that the servicemen were reportedly taken into custody by the navy of the Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). The IRGC is a powerful, separate branch of the Iranian armed forces. Soaked with nationalist ideology, it has grown into a state within a state in Iran, with its own naval, air and ground forces, parallel to official government institutions. The IRGC is directly controlled by Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, the ultimate font of religious and political power in Iran. The IRGC also has its own intelligence arm and commands irregular forces such as the basij -- a voluntary paramilitary group affiliated with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad -- and the Quds force, which has been accused by the U.S. of supplying material to Iraqi insurgents bent on killing American soldiers. The IRGC is also known for its clandestine activities including logistical support for militant organizations like Lebanon's Hizballah, which it helped to set up in the 1980s, and several Shi'a militia groups in Iraq. The IRGC's activities are often a thorn in the side of Iran's Foreign Ministry, which is forced to repair the ruptures in Tehran's diplomatic relations with countries the Guard has inflamed with its self-directed adventures. Nevertheless, it has been one of Iran's main instrument in projecting power and influence over the last few decades.

Because the IRGC's actions are always interwoven with the religious-nationalist ideology of Iran's hardliners, extricating the British may be complicated. The Royal Marines, assigned to HMS Cornwall, had been on an anti-smuggling procedure sanctioned by the U.N. but were apparently taken into custody anyway by Iranian naval vessels in the Shatt-al-Arab, a 120-mile stretch of salt marsh disputed between Iraq and Iran. It is the second such incident. In June 2004, Iran took eight British marines and sailors from their patrol boats, keeping them for three days, saying they had breached the maritme border. While they were held, the servicemen were paraded around blindfolded and forced to apologize on Iranian TV, before being released. At that time, the Iranian presidency was held by Mohammad Khatami, considered a moderate more accommodating to the West. The current administration in Tehran is led by Ahmadinejad whose confrontational stance has been the bane of Washington. (In a recent speech, U.S. Treasury Secretary Stuart Levey charged that the Revolutionary Guard's "control and influence in the Iranian economy is growing exponentially under the regime of Ahmadinejad.") He noted the Guard is taking over regular government functions such as management of the Tehran airport and building a new Tehran metro. The growing economic clout may be why IRGC's current commander in chief, Rahim Safavi, is considered a pragmatist in Tehran political circles. However, his public comments hardly reflect that political pragmatism.

This week's Shatt al-Arab incident occurs amid a contretemps over Ahmadinejad's proposed trip to the U.N. Security Council to argue for his country's right to pursue the development of nuclear energy, a goal that has met with international opprobrium. According to CNN, the Iranian president has cancelled his weekend trip because Washington has not issued visas for the crew of his plane. (The U.S. State Department insists that all visa requests were honored.) At the same time, Tehran remains in the middle of a dispute with the United States over the detention in January of six of its officials in the Iraqi city of Erbil, taken from the Iranian consulate there. The U.S. insists the six were being investigated in regard to aiding Iraqi insurgents. Washington has referred all inquiries in the current incident to the British Ministry of Defense.

As Iran increases the volume of its militancy, the rest of the nations on the gulf have grown more and more nervous. The public speculation about a potential war between the U.S. and Iran have added to that anxiety, as have incidents like the taking of the British marines and an earlier event in March when the Saudi Arabian navy engaged an Iranian submarine. No shots were fired but the Saudis found the sub near the Saudi city of Jubail, a coastal industrial center that is the site of major Saudi petrochemical and oil installations, as well as the location of the King Abdul Aziz naval base. The Saudis minimized the incident, accepting the Iranian explanatin that the sub's closeness to Jubail was a mistake. The Saudis also did not want to further stress relations between Riyadh and Tehran. But an Arab surce in the gulf believes that the incident may have been an Iranian political message to the U.S. and the world -- a reminder that Iran has assets in the gulf to threaten American and its allies there.

By Howard Chua-Eoan

Reported by Scott Macleod/Cairo, Jumana Farouky/London and Elaine Shannon/Washington

as well as this from March 8th, 2007:

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Israelís National Security Council Counter-Terrorism Division presents the following updated travel warnings for Israelis traveling abroad.

It is advised that travelers should avoid visiting and leave the area as soon as possible in the following high to very high-threat countries:

Algeria, Afghanistan, Chechenya, (southern Russia) Djabouti, Egypt, (especially the Sinai peninsula), Jordan, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kashimir (northern India), Lebanon Malaysia, Mindanao, (southern Philippines) Northern Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia Southern Thailand, Syria & Yemen.

Travelers should postpone non essential travel to:

Bangladesh, Bangkok, Libya, Oman, Nigeria & southeastern Turkey (borders with Iraq and Iran).

Travelers in general, should avoid visiting the following countries:

Bahrain, Chad, Kenya, Kuwait, Morocco, Qatar, Tunisia.

Israeli citizens are called upon to be especially cautious when visiting:

Philippines, Turkey, Thailand, & Uzbekistan.

(Sources: National Security Council Counter-Terrorism Division, GPO)

I don't know what to make of it, but it feels to me like something is going to happen somewhere...and believe me, I would love to be wrong! Cool
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 9:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rabin = Peres = Barak = Sharon = Netanyahu = Olmert = Illuminati agents assigned to the "Glory of the olive" showdown
ISRAEL - DESTRUCTION - in the illuminati timetable a condition that needs to be fulfilled as soon as possible
'Glory of the olive' and the last planned Pope
http://glory-of-the-olive.blogspot.com/
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