Tuesday, 31 January 2012

False Flag Target: More US Scrap Metal Headed for Persian Gulf

The Pentagon is rushing a “mothership” to the Middle East to be used by commando teams as unrest in the region heightens, reports The Washington Post.

The U.S. Navy is planning to refit the USS Ponce, an amphibious transport docking ship, which was about to be retired and decommissioned.

The Ponce was commissioned in 1971 - it's now over 40 years old.


With Iran dealing oil for gold, in transactions involving India and China, an attack seems very likely.

If I were the leadership of Iran I would think about inviting third party scientists into all of the Iranian nuclear facilities to show they are hiding absolutely nothing. The Iranians might also want to invite Russian, Chinese and Indian forces into the Persian Gulf who can provide radar coverage of the region so that the location of a first attack can be determined (ie to counter a submarine launched missile in a false flag against US ships.)

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, January 31st, 2012.]

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