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September 25, 2010 / joninews

Potential for false flag attacks, Iran

2012 is coming closer and closer!

http://rt.com/Politics/2010-09-24/us-iran-missiles-war.html

Russia Today
September 24, 2010

US may be seeking provocation to launch war against Iran
Nadezhda Kevorkova
… ]wo weeks before the last US elections in 2008, Vice President Joe Biden went on record as saying that there were several scenarios for a certain generated crisis, to wit, a war. The Americans will have to tighten their belts. At first they won’t understand why all of that is needed. But they’ll approve everything eventually. Among other places, Biden localized the scenario in the Middle East.
-I don’t rule out that the scenario might have included such a thing as a false-flag attack, or, plainly speaking, a provocation…”False-flag attacks” as a war-starting method were time and again used in the 20th Century.
[…]Let me remind you that two weeks before the last US elections in 2008, Vice President Joe Biden went on record as saying that there were several scenarios for a certain generated crisis, to wit, a war. The Americans will have to tighten their belts. At first they won’t understand why all of that is needed. But they’ll approve everything eventually. Among other places, Biden localized the scenario in the Middle East. This caused a minor scandal which soon petered out. But it must not be forgotten that the generated crisis scenarios are there, the crisis may become a reality, and as envisaged by the scenario, President Obama should cope with it, that is, win.

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