Obama’s October Surprise: Bombing Iran?!
- Both Romney and Obama are Illuminist puppets. Do not fall for all the political theatre/charade. The plan, IMO, is for Zionist Israel (the Satanic counterfeit) to launch an attack on Iran during the Sep-Oct 2012 period. This will start the Greater Middle East war and very likely World War 3. US and NATO will fight this coming Greater Middle East war via their proxy Zionist ’666′ Israel. They do not want to confront Russia directly as it will lead to an unwinnable thermonuclear standoff.
- It is all about the global petrodollar hegemony which Iran has abandoned. The reason why the USD has value is because of the demand created by the purchase/sale of oil (in USD). Because of this, the USD is the world reserve currency. It is this global monetary hegemony which is at the heart of the Illuminist money power. With it they wage wars, finance terrorism, manipulate markets, cause famine, attack countries via financial terrorism, buy governments, … etc.
Obama’s October Surprise: Bombing Iran!
by Jacob Heilbrunn, http://nationalinterest.org/
President Obama could bomb Iran in late October to try and ensure that it does not develop nuclear weapons. A devastating strike would create an upsurge of patriotism in America and fully neutralize Mitt Romney’s contention that Obama is a foreign-policy wimp. It could allow Obama to sweep to victory in November. Will he do it?
One reason he might is that Mitt Romney is singlehandedly pushing the entire debate about Israel and Iran to the right. The parameters have changed markedly. As TNI editor Robert Merry and others have noted, Romney’s efforts to ingratiate himself with Jewish donors and voters have prompted him to suspend any notion of an independent American foreign policy in the Middle East. Traditionally, the green or red light for military action has come from America, at least when it comes to actions that directly impinge upon American interests. Ronald Reagan, for instance, successfully demanded that Israel halt its attacks on Lebanon in 1983. Romney, by contrast, has effectively promised to give Israel a veto power over military action, indicating that he will do whatever Benjamin Netanyahu wants. As Romney observed in December, he would never, ever criticize Israel. Instead, he would get on the phone with Prime Minister Netanyahu and ask, “What would you like me to do?” So it’s fair to say that Romney would outsource his foreign policy to Netanyahu when it comes to Israel and its enemies.
What’s more, anyone who thinks that Romney is bluffing should think again. It’s no accident that his senior adviser on the Middle East is Dan Senor, a hard-line neoconservative. As the New York Times notes today, Romney relies upon him for advice and frequently cites his book Start-Up Nation. Senor wasn’t dissembling when he said in Israel that Romney was prepared to endorse an attack on Iran—he simply got a little ahead of the program.
Obama has not been far behind in giving Netanyahu close to carte blanche. But he has not gone as far as Romney in endorsing the threat that Iran should be precluded from having the capability of building a nuclear weapon. But as Netanyahu champs, or tries to give the impression of champing, at the bit to bomb Iran, Obama must be weighing whether or not he should call Netanyahu out on his threats. So far, the Obama administration has been doing everything in its power to dissuade Israel from speedy action. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta’s visit to Israel was another sign that the administration is trying to reassure Israel of its commitment to its security. But his emphasis was on sanctions:
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