Tuesday, December 27, 2011

WWIII Countdown: CFR declares "Time to Attack Iran"

Waiting for the Storm

The highly influential Council on Foreign Relations (aka CFR) declared this month in their online publication "Foreign Affairs" that it is now time to attack Iran, subtitled "Why a Strike Is the Least Bad Option"

Council on Foreign Relations: Time to attack Iran


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Anonymous said...

Dude you should warn people your link takes them to the CFR website in case for security reasons they may not want to surf over there.

BOBT12 said...

Please bring the troops home.


We should stop trying to attack other nations that aren’t attacking us. This sort of first attack is the tool of the tyrants. Tyranny always returns home, “chickens coming home to roost”. “No man can put a chain about the ankle of his fellowman, without at last finding the other end of it about his own neck.” –Frederick Douglass

"Preparing to Attack Iran with Nuclear Weapons: "No Option can be taken off the Table."

"By Michel Chossudovsky

URL of this article: www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=28355

"Global Research, December 26, 2011

"When a US sponsored nuclear war becomes an "instrument of peace", condoned and accepted by the World's institutions and the highest authority, including the United Nations, there is no turning back: human society has indelibly been precipitated headlong onto the path of self-destruction." (Towards a World War III Scenario, Global Research, May 2011)"

Anonymous said...

ron paul ron paul here we go again

contempted said...

To think that now they are just out in the open with it. This is a journal I can buy at my local bookstore, imagine what they have thats classified. Probably proposals for nuclear attacks on Iran, probably ideas on how taking out all middle eastern countries and how much collateral damage is "acceptable". These people have made their bets and now they're gonna force us to pay for them.

Carl Herman said...

Here's my best shot to stop war on Iran:

All “reasons” for war on Iran are “emperor has no clothes” obvious lies: http://www.examiner.com/nonpartisan-in-national/all-reasons-for-war-on-iran-are-emperor-has-no-clothes-obvious-lies

Anonymous said...

Google Land Destroyer/Which Way To Persia. Read pages 84 and 85 of the 150 pages. i can't see anyway but God's intervention preventing this.

RiverQueen18 said...

I think if the men who want to attack Iran thought they would have to do it themselves that would be the end of it, there would be no war. Hillary Clinton seems pretty Gung Ho when it comes to starting wars in the Middle east, let her go, she can take Bill with her, he could talk them to death.

Anonymous said...

This was published way before North Korea Ex premier Kim Jong II departure last week


Can u imagine someone can predict someone else "death"?
Most probably this is "their" timeline agenda. N Korea will be "their" new superpower toyboy. Do u go against them or u just go against their puppet?
It is the same game between u and with "their" powerful existing puppet politician/congressman/USA. Descendant of Adam and Eve, wake up and unite.

Anonymous said...

@ previous poster -

DPRK officials have faced assassination attempts for decades and some have succeeded so I wouldn't rule out the possibility of Kim Jong Il having been killed.

But I don't see the DPRK as becoming western 'toys' anytime soon, there is still very intense opposition to the U.S.A.

Most Americans and westerners in general seem to be very ignorant of the reasons why the people of the DPRK are so damned 'hard-lined' against America and it's western imperialist allies.

America and it's allies murdered up to 1/3 of entire DPRK population(north of the U.S/U.N imposed 38th parallel border), officially admitting to wiping out about 20% of them.

When you wipe out 1/3 of a people's numbers that means pretty much every single survivor had at least one family member and/or close friend killed.

Not to mention the 10 million families torn apart and kept apart by the U.S.A's occupation of the Southern tip of the Penininsula which is meeting increasing opposition from 'South Koreans' these days too.

The South Korean government has gone against the wishes of the U.S.A a number of times in recent years opening up direct talks with DPRK leadership at times when the U.S was taking actions trying to increase tensions and get the DPRK to do something they could use to justify war.

So 'South Korean' and 'North Korean' officials together have worked to reduce tensions purposefully created by the U.S and it's allies on numerous occasions.

With the U.S.A there can never be true Korean reunification as the majority from both sides of the 38th parallel desires as it would likely entail another U.S led campaign to wipe out 1/3rd or more of the DPRK population as they did the first time.

I'll stop there and let U.S Vietnam war veteran Brian Wilson sum things up nicely... in the next post because for some reason I can't copy or paste anything to the posting box right now.

Anonymous said...

"Everyone I talked with, dozens and dozens of folks, lost one if not many more family members during the war, especially from the continuous bombing, much of it incendiary and napalm, deliberately dropped on virtually every space in the country. "Every means of communication, every installation, factory, city, and village" was ordered bombed by General MacArthur in the fall of 1950. It never stopped until the day of the armistice on July 27, 1953. The pained memories of people are still obvious, and their anger at "America" is often expressed, though they were very welcoming and gracious to me. Ten million Korean families remain permanently separated from each other due to the military patrolled and fenced dividing line spanning 150 miles across the entire Peninsula.

Let us make it very clear here for western readers. North Korea was virtually totally destroyed during the "Korean War." U.S. General Douglas MacArthur’s architect for the criminal air campaign was Strategic Air Command head General Curtis LeMay who had proudly conducted the earlier March 10 – August 15, 1945 continuous incendiary bombings of Japan that had destroyed 63 major cities and murdered a million citizens. (The deadly Atomic bombings actually killed far fewer people.).Eight years later, after destroying North Korea’s 78 cities and thousands of her villages, and killing countless numbers of her civilians, LeMay remarked, "Over a period of three years or so we killed off – what – twenty percent of the population." It is now believed that the population north of the imposed 38th Parallel lost nearly a third its population of 8 – 9 million people during the 37-month long “hot” war, 1950 – 1953, perhaps an unprecedented percentage of mortality suffered by one nation due to the belligerence of another.

Virtually every person wanted to know what I thought of Bush’s recent accusation of North Korea as part of an "axis of evil." I shared with them my own outrage and fears, and they seemed relieved to know that not all "Americans" are so cruel and bellicose. As with people in so many other nations with whom the U.S. has treated with hostility, they simply cannot understand why the U.S. is so obsessed with them."

- Brian Willson, Korea and the Axis of Evil, Global Research, October 12, 2006


Also a good place to keep up to date on goings on within and without the Korea Peninsula is The 4th Media which is where I originally discovered Brian Willson's writings in this article -


Anonymous said...

TQ for addressing my post

Any comment on this

As for China, Iran is their oil supplier

Anonymous said...

"Any comment on this

Yes, I have long believed it to be the case that the NWO is backing the Chinese economy as any close look at the Chinese economy shows that it is in fact a 'quagmire', it should have imploded/burst years ago but somehow keeps going.

And the 'somehow' is mainly through large-scale construction projects largely financed or backed by foreign corporations and NWO bankers that basically has supplied constant 'stimulus' for the Chinese economy over the past few years.

The common view I hear seems to be that the slave labor producing cheap dollar store merchandise is what is driving a 'boom' for China's economy and it is quite false and ridiculous when you think about it - slave labor and cheap crap turning China into a super-power...seriously?

If you look into the Kuomintang and the 'Dragon Family' or 'Dragon Trust' and their recent lawsuit and the background for it you will find the Chinese/Asian "royal" families are already completely indebted to the NWO holding (according to their lawsuit) "thousands of trillions" of dollars(including interest) of NWO bonds for the gold and other physical wealth they turned over to them in the 30's.

Most of those bonds are U.S bonds that become worthless if the U.S economy implodes, which is in the plans.

So what choice do they have but to go along with the NWO plans and hope they get some kind of compensation?

If they don't go along and the U.S implodes they lose "thousands of trillions" of dollars of wealth. Although the truth is they lost it long ago and now only hold NWO "IOU's".

The coming world war could spare the Chinese economy for a while as a billion+ people can build a lot of weapons, ships, bombs, planes, etc. and also use a lot of them but once that is over if China survives the actual war the economy will burst then instead.

And the "elites" will profit while everyone else suffers, as usual.

mzjwright said...

"Iran is a signatory of the Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and has had over 3,000 surprise inspections that resulted in discovery of no nuclear weapons program. US ally, Israel, is not a member of the NPT and, unlike Iran, is armed with nu...clear weapons; no sanctions or threats are made against them.
Iran has never possessed or used Atomic weapons; for that matter, the only country in the world t...hat has ever used an A-bomb on civilian targets (Hiroshima and Nagasaki) is the US.

As for the Iranian threat, Iran has not attacked, invaded, made war on another country for over two centuries, they did not use chemical weapons against Iraq even when the latter used WMD (supplied by the U.S.) including chemical warfare against Iran in it's 8 year war.
Various US administrations on the other hand have been at war, bombed, strafed, organized a coup, etc. in at least 20 countries over the last 60 years.
Iran's military budget is $5b a year, less than 1/100th of the Pentagon budget and about 1/100th of what the US has already spent in Iraq."

Anonymous said...

Hopefully the US army realized that they are working for a zionist master (and not proud of it), and the Iranian realized that the captured drone ( the drone was landed intentionally by US/Israel to make believe either that the Iran has superb capability ie nuclear or to tempted Iran into aggression) was just a ploy to bait Iran/Russia/China into the war game.

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