Every night we will tell you a new fairy tale. This time it is not Sinbad or Ali-Baba and the forty thieves (though it might involve Ali-Bibi and the forty thieves). Suffice to say that this tale is also meant to put you to sleep.
Surveying the Damage
Every good fairy tale book comes with nice pictures.....here follow the images:
And now a news rapport on how the repairs are going:
Now have a look at this website that I discovered. It claims that the Saudis have confirmed that missiles were fired from the Iraq-Kuwait border region and that one of the cruise missile engines found having been manufactured by NATO member Czech Republic military rocket producer. Look at the images....
It seems like they are not even trying very hard??
CNN's exclusive full interview with Iran foreign minister
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh interviews Iranian Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in the wake of the Saudi Arabia oil facility attacks that knocked out almost half the country's oil capacity and caused President Trump to order new sanctions on Iran. This half hour interview is worth watching and is remarkably balanced even though it comes from fake news CNN. https://edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2019/09/19/iran-foreign-minister-mohammad-zarif-saudi-oil-attacks-full-interview-nick-paton-walsh-intv-vpx.cnn
And then there is this-
What follows next is mostly cut and paste from various comments. Many of these comments are "anonymous" from various websites but they contribute greatly to the intelligence analysis. Here goes then:
Meet the new hawk, much like the old
O’Brien talked about US “hostages” held in Tehran’s Evin prison.“Could we secure, could we send in a couple of ranger battalions and secure the neighborhood and send in one of our sabre teams and breach the prison and get our folks out? We could do that,” he stated. O’Brien acknowledged that “there would be a tremendous cost that goes along with it, establishing an air corridor, basically going to war with Iran.”
“So, that would fall under everything we can,
and we’re not doing that at this point,” he added.
“Although that is something we potentially could do.”
So, just days before assuming his new White House post, O’Brien postulated that the US could go to war with Iran to secure the release of a small number of people. Amnesty International has reported that conditions in Evin prison are “inhumane and unsanitary” and that abuses including torture take place. The human rights organization has also recently pointed to the “horrific human rights violations” including torture committed by the United States at its Guantánamo Bay military prison.
Additionally, it has condemned breaches of international law and “callous and dehumanizing” practices at a federal super-maximum security prison in the United States. The use of solitary confinement in prisons across the country is described by Amnesty as a “shocking abuse.”
The US has consistently blocked United Nations human rights investigators from gaining access to its prisons.It is also difficult to imagine what the American response would be to a foreign power even contemplating a military invasion to free prisoners held in dire conditions by the United States.
The plight of Americans held in Iran is nevertheless serious.
But talking about war with Iran is incredibly dangerous. In addition to the potential devastation and loss of life, it would be illegal and would throw the region into deeper turmoil – perhaps surpassing the chaos unleashed in the aftermath of the Bush-Cheney war on Iraq. O’Brien’s statement in Israel goes far beyond a 5 September tweet in which he noted that the US is “closely monitoring the conditions for Americans wrongfully detained by Iran in Evin prison.” He added that prison officials “are responsible for the detainees’ safety” and that “the world is watching.”
Building a Coalition?
'Whistling Past the Graveyard' Will the Trump Administration Force Oman To Choose Sides ...
The Outhouse of Sod
100 years ago, the Brits hired a warlord then living in Kuwait to conquer the Southern part of the Semite Kingdom (aka: Hashemite Kingdom) and the Northern part of historical Yemen, and what they did then, makes what Israel is doing now to the Palestinians, look like a walk in the park. 100 years ago, there were 5,000 followers of #Wahhabi /ism, and the Brits, through their huge sponsorship of the warlord and his Wahhabi teachings created the serge we know today as "The Outhouse of Sod"
Perhaps you are completely confused by now and I don't blame you. Part of the problem is information overload and they want you to be confused so that you will turn to the mainstream narrative. A war is being fought for your mind. It is a propaganda war and you need to treat everything skeptically and critically. To simplify:
Option 1 - it was perpetrated by Saudi or Israel, with no obvious consequences.
Option 2 - it was perpetrated by Iran or Yemen, who now possess impressive skills.
And either the Saudi radar operators were asleep, which is very likely, or the equipment is not fit for purpose, which is equally likely.
Remark 1: Saudi is a dead man walking.....the oil regions (Eastern provinces) are chock full of Shiites. Whatever happened it seems that attacks on the ground were part of the scenario (disaffected KSA Shiites). KSA has about 15-20% Shia population and is primarily concentrated in the country's Eastern province, you know where the latest oil facility was blown up. It also looks like they also want to cover the fact that they are running out of oil and therefore sell of Aramco quickly.
Remark 2: If it was a false flag why did the Houthi's claim the attack? To take the heat of Iran and embarrass KSA? By claiming responsibility they would slow down any plans to ramp this into an Iranian war.
As usual nothing is clear. However.....we do know a few things for certain.
1. Israel wants war with Iran....therefore
2. The USA wants war with Iran