This will be WWIII

Can’t leave well enough alone,  the super banks see a country getting ahead with out their money because Iran has its own central bank and much oil reserves.  Boom destabilize the country,  piss every body off and you have a War, perfect.  I’ll tell ya this will be WWIII for the simple reason China and Russia will get involved for they have a stake in the oil also.  No other reason for this, I don’t back it.  What remains today in the reserves of the oil the planet has left leaves the banks who do run the show are salivating for what is left.  Your witnessing history, always enjoy the show,  now that’s fricked up.

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So with the collapse of world economy because the Euro is toast and what did you think this is all an accident? Once again with a watch there is a watch maker.

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The Building of War!

A UN nuclear watchdog report suggests Iran could be developing a nuclear bomb, apparently confirming long-held suspicions in the West. But Tehran denies the claims, again insisting that its atomic intentions are peaceful.  Michel Chossudovsky, who’s from an independent Canadian policy research group, believes that what Iran says hardly matters, because the U.S. is planning for war!

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Moscow’s warned Washington against striking Iran. Russia’s chief-of-staff revealed on Wednesday the U.S. could attack Iran after wrapping up its campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan. He claimed his American counterpart had told him about the possibility. In an exclusive interview to RT, General Nikolai Makarov outlined Moscow’s concerns.

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Iran has successfully test-fired two long-range missiles on the last day of major naval exercises in the international waters of the Persian Gulf.  This comes amid mounting Western pressure on the country over its nuclear ambitions. Tehran says it’s ready to counter any attack by enemies like Israel or the United States.

Iran has also angrily reacted to new U.S. sanctions targeting its central bank and financial sector.  It has been threatening to close the Strait of Hormuz – the world’s most important oil export route linking the Persian Gulf to the Indian Ocean.  Meanwhile the EU is mulling an embargo on the purchase of Iranian oil, and a decision on that is expected before the end of the month. Seyed Mohammad Marandi from the University of Tehran says US has imposed sanctions against Iran because Tehran opposes American hegemony.

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Iran’s navy said Sunday it test-fired an advanced surface-to-air missile during a drill in international waters near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, the passageway for one-sixth of the world’s oil supply.
Iran’s state TV said the missile, named Mehrab, or Altar, is designed to evade radar and was developed by Iranian scientists.  The report said the missile was tested Sunday but provided no further details.
A leading Iranian lawmaker said the sea maneuvers serve as practice for closing the Strait of Hormuz if the West blocks Iran’s oil sales.

After top Iranian officials made the same threat a week ago, military commanders emphasized that Iran has no intention of blocking the waterway now.
The exercise covers a 1,250-mile (2,000-kilometer) stretch of water beyond the Strait of Hormuz, including parts of the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden.

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