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US ‘Iran attack plans’ revealed February 19, 2007

Posted by Some Muslim in Iran, Iraq War, USA.
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Unsurprisingly, the US’ plans to attack Iran have been revealed.

US contingency plans for air strikes on Iran extend beyond nuclear sites and include most of the country’s military infrastructure, the BBC has learned.

After completely making a mess of Afghanistan and Iraq, and wasting an estimated $320bn to date, Bush has still not learned his lesson, and now wants to wage war on yet another country.

Supposedly:

The US insists it is not planning to attack, and is trying to persuade Tehran to stop uranium enrichment.

Does anyone really believe this?  Just as the US made up it’s mind about Iraq long before it attacked, it’s quickly becoming clear that the US has also made up it’s mind about Iran too.

Earlier this month US officials said they had evidence Iran was providing weapons to Iraqi Shia militias.

This is complete rubbish. Even a top US general doubts Iran proof.

It’s certainly not implausible that the big increase of negative news about Iran, blaming the dire situation in Iraq on them, is merely a tactic to soften up the public for this attack.

With the US and Israel both threatening action, and after seeing the mess Bush has made in both Afghanistan and Iraq, it should come as no surprise that Iran wants to protect itself.

Any attack from the US is going to have very bad consequences, and I hope that they think very carefully before carrying out such stupid actions.

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