Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Israel says, so what?

The latest spin out of the Israeli government is that they're not itching to attack Iran:
Israel says decision on attack on Iran is not close - "Jerusalem (CNN) -- Israel's Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Wednesday that a decision on whether to strike Iran's nuclear program was "very far off."
Speaking to Israeli Army Radio, Barak would not offer a concrete estimate as to when he believes Iran may develop a nuclear weapon.
"I don't know its a long way off. Some will say a few years some will say six months. It really doesn't matter.""
Since anyone who's really paying attention knows this is patently ridiculous, the question becomes, what is the motive for putting out an obviously false story?

It probably presages some "false flag" incident which will be blamed on Iran, which will be said to have forced their hand and made an attack mandatory.

Just remember, kids, all governments lie, but the ones in the US orbit lie exponentially.

And the bulls-eye is on your back.

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