December 20, 2011
It looks like the war pigs are about to pull another Iraq. In the orchestrated lead-up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003, a cabal of neocons and fellow travelers in the Pentagon contrived a number of lies – later explained away as “intelligence failures” – in order to fabricate a consensus for mass murder.
The Bush neocons exploited the fantasies offered by Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, aka “Curveball,” a taxi driver who claimed to be an Iraqi chemical engineer with information on Saddam’s supposed chemical weapons program. It turned out al-Janabi was a drunken congenital liar who was trying to play the system to get a green card. Following the invasion and revelations that Curveball was a fake, the Bush administration blamed the CIA.
Fast-forward to 2011. Iran is in the crosshairs – part of the ambitious plan to take out seven countries in five years (the war pigs are behind schedule) – and the transparently obvious fabrications for war are being hastily refried at the highest levels of government.
“Iraq had Ahmed Chalabi, Iyad Allawi and the informant Curveball selling fairy stories,” writes Felicity Arbuthnot. “Iran has Vyacheslav Danilenko, an expert in nanodiamonds, apparently doubling as a nuclear weapons expert, along with a plethora of unidentified spokespeople for ‘member states.’ Hardly rigid verifiable scholarship.”
The latest IAEA report on Iran’s nuclear program repeated the sensational claim previously reported by news media all over the world that a former Soviet nuclear weapons scientist had helped Iran construct a detonation system that could be used for a nuclear weapon, writes Gareth Porter. The Russian scientist is question is Danilenko, who is actually Ukrainian.
“It now appears that the IAEA and David Albright, the director of the International Institute for Science and Security [ISIS] in Washington, who was the source of the news reports about Danilenko, never bothered to check the accuracy of the original claim by an unnamed ‘Member State’ on which the IAEA based its assertion about his nuclear weapons background,” Porter explains.
As we noted back in 2010, the globalists are determined to take out Iran. In June of 2010, Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker revealed from his trusted sources that the majority of Bilderberg members were in favor of military air strikes on Iran. Tucker said that many Bilderberg members, including Rockefeller Trilateralist bigwig 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.
Danilenko is the weak link in the latest scam to drum up support for an attack on Iran, now well behind schedule. As Porter notes, “Danilenko worked from the beginning of his career in a part of the Institute that specialized in the synthesis of diamonds,” not nuclear detonation systems.
“The fact that the IAEA and Albright were made aware of Danilenko’s nanodiamond work in Iran before embracing the ‘former Soviet nuclear weapons specialist’ story makes their failure to make any independent inquiry into his background even more revealing,” Porter concludes.
In other words, business as usual. The war pigs and their elite masters don’t even bother to devise convincing cover stories anymore. And why should they? Millions of Americans – including a few hundred in Congress – gobbled up the last bundle of lies without blinking. Many simply shrugged when it was later reported that the government had lied.
Like the Saudi ambassador fairy tale cobbled together to demonize Iran – only to be shot down as a farce in short order – the IAEA story is merely one component of a series of lies and falsehoods engineered to grab transient headlines and then fade into the background as the globalists and their minions prepare to invade Iran, close down the Strait of Hormuz and thus the global economy, and kick off World War III.
This article was posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at 9:25 am