by Trevor Murphy
Jan. 16, 2008
Following the Tonkin copycat incident in the Strait of Hormuz for which the Pentagon fell over itself, in its hurried attempt to tell the world about the nefarious regimes (Iran not US) attempts to provoke a third world war by loitering menacingly close to the US Fleet.
Of course the world would not see the absurdity of 5 little speedboats threatening world peace by aggressively provoking those innocent US nuclear and chemical armed battleships that were harmlessly going about their business of trespassing into Iranian waters to parade their WMD’s in Ahmedinajad’s face.
However now that the US Navy has retracted the allegation that Iran has harassed the US warships probably due to the blatancy of just how ridiculous they appeared in the eyes of the whole planet Bush, although still adamant that the incident represented a threat to the planet, has now decided to prepare us for something of far more significance than the 5 little boats farce and his language heralds the possibility of another much more serious and major event.
Bush said he would hold Iran responsible if American ships were attacked in the Gulf, he also threatened that serious consequences will await Iran if their forces confront US warships in the Persian Gulf.
This kind of language is that expected of someone setting up another event and we may be faced with the possibility of an incident on par with the USS Liberty of June 8 1967. It would come as no surprise that such an occurrence could indeed unfold. It would certainly be expected that the White House Coop could be capable of such a sinister and devious tactic.
Given that Afghanistan allegedly hid a terrorist that we never found who Bush accused of being behind 911, Iraq allegedly hid WMDs that we never found and also aided the Afghan troglodyte to carry out 911, North Korea allegedly printed fake $100 dollar bills that we found no evidence of, Is it any surprise that any of the accusations levied against Iran have all been found to be false war mongering exercises.
Now the US troops may have a far more serious enemy to worry about in the battlefield. Their own government.