Chamblee54

Why Do Some Want A War In Iran?

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on December 31, 2011






There will be wars, and rumors of war. And they will involve Persia. As in antiquity, these words are true today. Many lies are told to support this truth, and to help push it closer to reality. With the reputed end of the war in Babylon, it is time for a look at Iran.

The excuse given for the war in Iraq was WMD. After the shooting started, war “architect” Paul Wolfowitz said
“The truth is that for reasons that have a lot to do with the U.S. government bureaucracy we settled on the one issue that everyone could agree on which was weapons of mass destruction as the core reason,”.
Today, the reason given for a war in Iran is nuclear weapons. The conventional wisdom is that we cannot allow Iran to have nuclear weapons, and must do anything, whatever the cost, to prevent having the bomb in Persian hands. What if this is just an excuse, having a lot to do with government bureaucracy? What are the real reason for this mad rush into combat?

For Israel, a war in Iran would take attention away from the Palestinians. For some in the USA, we have never gotten revenge for the hostage situation in 1979. For others in the USA, there is big money to be made from a war, and from manipulating the supply of oil. For some of the Sunni governments near Iran, there might be a desire to kill Shiites. Could it be that somewhere, somehow, there was a secret meeting, where a decision was made to focus on the issue of nuclear weapons?

Pictures are from The Library of Congress.





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