Tuesday, 13 May 2008

US Confession: Weapons Were Not made in Iran After All

In a sharp reversal of its longstanding accusations against Iran arming militants in Iraq , the US military has made an unprecedented albeit quiet confession: the weapons they had recently found in Iraq were not made in Iran at all.
... the Pentagon in August 2007 admitted that it had lost track of a third of the weapons distributed to the Iraqi security forces in 2004/2005. The 190,000 assault rifles and pistols roam free in Iraqi streets today.

In the past year, the US leaders have been relentless in propagating their charges of Iranian meddling and fomenting violence in Iraq and since the release of the key judgments of the US National Intelligence Estimate in December that Iran does not have a nuclear weaponisation programme, these accusations have sharply intensified.

US officials have been trying to initiate a war against Iran with accusations of Iranian interference in Iraq. None of the claims in this regard have been substantiated.

US neoconservative leaders and their supporters in the bureaucracy and military are looking to dismantle ANY Middle Eastern country that would challenge US dominance in the region.

The solution to stopping such imperialistic ambitions is simple but difficult to enact - arrest the architects of the illegal Invasion of Iraq (Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld et al).

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, May 13th, 2008.]

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