Iran Prepares for Attack on Civilian Nuclear Site

s-300By Kurt Nimmo

Hillary Clinton told supporters last year she would not hesitate to bomb the daylights out of Iran.

“I want the Iranians to know that if I’m president, we will attack Iran. In the next 10 years, during which they might foolishly consider launching an attack on Israel, we would be able to totally obliterate them,” she said at a Dartmouth College campaign event.

It looks like the Iranians are taking Clinton at her word now that it appears she may be the next president of the United States.

The Times of Israel reports “Tehran has deployed a recently delivered Russian-made long-range missile system to central Iran to protect its Fordo nuclear facility, state television said Sunday.”

Images of counter-strike S-300 missile trucks were aired following a speech delivered to military commanders by supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He said the missiles were for defensive purposes only.

“Continued opposition and hype on the S-300 or the Fordo site are examples of the viciousness of the enemy,” Khamenei said.

The S-300 system is a defense system not an assault one, but the Americans did their best for Iran not to get hold of it.

The Fordo site is built into a mountain near the city of Qom. It reduced its output of enriched uranium after a deal struck last July with the United States, Britain, China, France, Germany, and Russia. 5,000 of its estimated 19,000 centrifuges remain operative for research purposes at the Fordo complex.

The S-300 system was developed to defend against aircraft and cruise missiles for the Soviet Air Defense Forces and subsequent variations were developed to intercept ballistic missiles.

In May Iran announced it had deployed the Russian missiles at its Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base. Russia had penned a deal with Iran in 2007 to obtain the missiles but the United States and Israel pressured it not to deliver after it was claimed Iran was developing a nuclear weapon.

Following the cancellation and a renegotiated contract earlier this year, Iran was supplied with a more advanced version of the S-300 system.

Kurt Nimmo is the editor of Another Day in the Empire, where this article first appeared. He is the former lead editor and writer of

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24 Comments on "Iran Prepares for Attack on Civilian Nuclear Site"

  1. Hitlery famously said in a press conference the Council on Foreign Relations tells her what to do. The CFR = UN = tools of the international banksters. Iran is all in with IMF, BIS, UN, Agendas 21 and 2030, and techno Big Brother including a central surveillance center in Tehran with hundreds of monitors & biometric tracking.

    In the years leading up to the conflict in Syria, the US and Israel were quietly providing Iran high tech military parts and weapons (mainly for fighter jets) despite the sanctions. During her hubby’s reign as chief puppet, the Clinton admin ran Operation Merlin using a Russian scientist which “accidentally” gave Iran information that accelerated its nuclear weapons program.

    Is Iran truly Hillary’s boogeyman or is this another cover story for the expected decline of the US dollar? In late Sept the IMF is expected to officially add China’s Yuan to the IMF Special Drawing Rights basket of currencies – one of many death by a thousand cuts being aimed at the dollar. Maybe that’s why extremely high end real estate is tanking (Aspen, Hamptons, etc) assuming the super wealthy have been tipped off.

    • Thanks for keeping us informed, blue. You are a wealth of info.

    • Hey there blue579! Love running into you. So amazing these people have no idea who you are! Dang, I’d love to be able to turn to you for questions (when I think of them as they aren’t coming up at the moment). How is it you find time to ‘keep up’ with current events? What are your favorite sources?

      What do you know about ‘our’ investment with these countries, these ‘terrorists’. How much have we spent to create and support these ‘terrorists’? Are we stirring up the antagonism to keep conflicts and noise for the media to keep us distracted? I wish the entire world would be mature enough to get rid of the mass destruction weapons. This should be any ‘intelligent’ life form’s first priority. But ‘intelligent’ is a subjective word! You would be my first pick for a template! Grins. Do you have your own blog forum yet? I’ll be one of your groupies!!

      You are intelligent, one of the top three I’ve encountered on this internet. Possibly numero uno but I don’t want you to get too big of a head???!! Giggling loudly. For real, Blue579, “one of many deaths by a thousand cuts being aimed at the dollar”…I just get more and more amazed by your input. Huggs

      • Thank you for the kind words, stormy, and it’s great to see you back again! I hope you saw my last message about your pooches. Prayers that they are doing better.

        No, I never set up a blog for a number of reasons, one is a super smart ‘patriot’ friend had one for years and he didn’t see a lot of traffic despite the incredible intelligence and eloquence of his writings. People get bored too easily and want a fix of action-packed gossip, ya know? I’ll send you a message if I set up a blog or website. The emphasis would be empowerment through knowledge and collaboration. 😉 Regards, blue

        • sitting here listening to…ready? SUGAR by Robin Schulz sung by Francesco Yates… here I am an old lady groovin’ with sorry, FUN music. Great aerobic music and I kinda got hooked, had two studios and thousands of clients. This cop in the video has to be an aerobic instructor that made his day come true, grins. You let me know when you get your own blog. Hey, you make people have to use their brains, AWWWWAAAHHHHHH. You just have to share even if it goes over lots of heads! I lost my main pooch, heart attack. Big ouch but all the life she shared with us was worth the pain at the end. Completely.

          • Fun tune and great for working up a sweat! If you had a studio in my area I’d sign up in a heartbeat!! Thanks again for the encouraging words…there are times I wonder if anyone is paying attention – yesterday I was thinking I need to change my handle to Voice From The Wilderness and then voila you show up for a pat on the back. Synchronicity! Condolences on the loss of your fur baby, they are treasures aren’t they? Ya know they do have souls and now you have another guardian angel! You take care, S, and see ya around. 🙂

          • I like Voice from the Wilderness! Recently I’ve heard that they are doing studies on WHY dogs have such short lives. 10-15 years is pretty much max. Doesn’t go with the pattern we all see; Elephants and large mammals like us humans have longer lives. Cats live 20+ years then there are horses 20-30 years max, African Gray Parrots, 100 years. So the pattern of larger live longer, smaller live short lives is just not viable. I have an African Gray Parrot who is 25 ish and who will live at least 40 or 50 more years! I have to find parents for her as I will not live that long. Too weird. Eisenhower’s African Gray Parrot recently died…this last decade. I’ve had cats that were extremely vital way past 20. It is so weird to have this huge hole in life where Rio just isn’t anymore. Painful. Too bad, the 12 years with her were worth every bit of mourning, grins. All animals make so much more sense and are so dependable, predictable that it is easy to not worry about having lame human friends…chuckle.

          • Awesome you have an African Gray! I wish dogs lived that long. 😉 Dogs genetically are wolves and the average life span of a wolf in the wild is 6 to 8 years with a small percentage surviving until 12 or 13. In captivity their average life span is similar to large dogs. So it’s pretty much their ancestral makeup. Yep, I wish more people were like dogs, loyal and accepting, no guile just wanting to love and be loved. That hole that’s left behind feels like it’s the size of the Grand Canyon, and, yes, the labors of love are worth every second we have with those gifts from heaven. 🙂

          • Well, I think I am a bit ‘over the top’ with animals. Kinda sick of unpredictable, hard to read, snobby, arrogant humans. I’ve just started making friends with Ravens…scary smart, mate for life and so big! They actually (did I already tell you this) will mimic a wolf cry, for instance, when they find a big carcass or a dying animal so that the wolves will come and rip it apart leaving the Ravens with easy to eat, easy to carry bits.

            I’ve possibly made big troubles with the bunnies by feeding them. But I love a herd of bunnies running to me…the babies are so dang cute. But they keep disappearing as soon as they are born and allowed to go play outside. I used to herd all the babies back into their little dens in the evening in an effort to save their butts, but I made myself quit.

            Then there are the feral cats who I feed. How can I not? Now I see these killer cats eating the food I gave them with 4 or 5 bunnies eating from the same paper plate. Or bunnies eating with my dog in his bowl. Or bunnies eating with the Ravens. No problems until someone gets hungry. Why aren’t we humans more like these animals?

            Harmony is a beautiful thing!!

          • It’s always so good to hear from you, Stormy! We’re on the same wavelength and I love, love, love your animal stories! 🙂 Wow about ravens mimicking wolf cries, I didn’t know that. There’s another poster on A.P. who can communicate with ravens somehow. She also does some volunteer work rehabilitating raptors. How cool is that? They are a bit intimidating, the way they look at us with fixed stares! I wonder how much birds bond with humans. A long time ago I saw a clip of a woman who conversed with her parrot, it understood the back and forth exchange on some level – it was clear there was a close bond there.

            Hope you are enjoying the autumn weather. I’m going to miss the birds, greenery, warm sunshine, and long days. My dog is doing better. Last week I started a trial of CBD oil for her GI reflux issues. Too bad we lost our way in the search for a greater understanding of food and plants as medicine. There’s so much wisdom in Mother Nature. Hope to bump into you again, S. Take care, blue / CP

          • Really? That is what I did for both my dogs, but I combined CBD oil and Carnivora. It was stunning how quickly (a day) it helped my big girl breathe and move almost normally!! My husband and I just looked at each other and said ‘no way’!!!

            Love running into you, sweetie pie!! Huggs!

      • “Are we stirring up the antagonism to keep conflicts and noise for the media to keep us distracted?” Big yes! That’s the main goal, via the dialectic. Very well said about WMDs!

  2. cellaphaneman | August 29, 2016 at 7:07 am | Reply

    Apparently you were referencing Hillary V1. Kaint wait to see the new and improved Hillary v2.
    The firs cgi, unholy baphomet potus.
    …”every amendment is subject to reasonable restraint…”

  3. Hey, American people, where is your indignation?
    Irak, Afghanistam, Yugoslavia, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Ukraina… is it not enough blood ?

    • Observing All | August 29, 2016 at 3:04 pm | Reply

      No and the Zionist neocons are headed to China, Russia, and Iran next. Of course most Americans will die and we will lose this war but that is what the City of London bankers who own America want. They will be hiding underground in their bunkers as your children die in their End Game.

      • You can STOP them, if you want !
        We must STOP those psychopaths gone mad – they want our dead !
        Just imagine if we would create GIFTS INSTEAD PROFIT – WE COULD TURN OUR PLANET INTO A FREE GARDEN an no man could ever again buy a man for a salary.
        We need a parallel economic system that works for us – FOOD SOVEREIGNTY, SHELTER for FREE, free move/space… to all 7 billion people ! Thus, elite will need to clean own garbage in own system without us.

  4. I know I’ll feel so much safer with the Butcher of Benghazi at the switch.

    • Are you serious? You would drop bombs on innocent people? Do you know what is happening well enough to kill babies, kids, hard working moms and dads? You must have been over there, yes? Where you could truly understand the politics and exactly who the ‘bad guys’ are?? I am just going to assume you are being facetious.

  5. My goodness Psychic!! I kinda like what you are saying, if I understand correctly. I agree with the extinction part totally. I am such an embarrassed human not to mention American.

  6. Observing All | August 29, 2016 at 3:01 pm | Reply

    What a vile disgusting piece of Zionist-owned filth.

  7. At their [black] hearts the global elite are control freaks. If they unleashed a major world war they would risk losing control, the global economy would disconnect and unravel, their precious infrastructure will be damaged, the plebs would lose confidence in rulers. None of that bodes well for World Government. If some conflict erupts or N. Korea is set up for a rogue release of a nuclear weapon to terrify the masses, it will be an outlier event to stoke fear and force the world to submit to global governance.

    • Whoa, right on the target, blue!! I’ve got questions I’d love to ask you but not on these forums. stormytrails at gmail dot com if you feel comfortable. You are so smart to stay private…!!

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