Friday, July 21, 2006

Neocons to plant WMD's in Iran as pretext to war


Washington-based reporter Wayne Madsen, at the Wayne Madsen Report, is reporting this morning that neocon mastermind and bloodthirsty madman Michael Ledeen, is looking to frame the Iranians by having covert operatives plant WMDs over the border from Iraq, in Iran, to prove to the world that the Iranians have them and plan to use them. This is so utterly serious, people!

Reports Madsen: Ledeen, who acts as an unofficial foreign policy adviser to Karl Rove, was at the White House yesterday with a group of Iranian opposition figures. Among the topics discussed was a promised $25 million grant by the Bush administration to the Iranian insurgents. The money is to be used to plant Desert Storm-vintage biological and chemical weapons shells, confiscated by U.S. forces in Iraq, on the Iranian side of the Iraqi border. The weapons will be used as "proof" of Iran's plan to "attack" U.S. troops in Iraq. That will be used to justify, ex post facto, the coming U.S. attack on Iran. Our sources report that George W. Bush dropped by the White House meeting to offer his support to the Iranian opposition operatives.

Wanna bet that disgraced Iraqi neocon errand boy Ahmad Chalabi is somehow involved in this deadly scheme? Remember, Chalabi has close ties with certain elements within the higher levels of government in Iran.

As noted by months and months ago in Newsweek: "(Chalabi) the longtime Pentagon favorite to become leader of a free Iraq, has never made a secret of his close ties to Iran. Before the U.S. invasion of Baghdad, Chalabi's Iraqi National Congress maintained a $36,000-a-month branch office in Tehran—funded by U.S. taxpayers. INC representatives, including Chalabi himself, paid regular visits to the Iranian capital. Since the war, Chalabi's contacts with Iran may have intensified: a Chalabi aide says that since December, he has met with most of Iran's top leaders, including supreme religious leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his top national-security aide, Hassan Rowhani. "Iran is Iraq's neighbor, and it is in Iraq's interest to have a good relationship with Iran," Chalabi's aide says.

Some scary things going on in some smoky rooms, no doubt.

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