WWIII? Iran Can Build An N-Bomb By Oct. 1. Panetta Says US And Isreal Will Strike Iran First – Video

With elections approaching, many have asked “Will their be a false flag event that could postpone the US elections in November? “   Well This Would Be Just Such Event.

At its present rate of enrichment, Iran will have 250 kilograms of 20-percent grade uranium, exactly enough to build its first nuclear bomb, in roughly six weeks, and two-to- four bombs by early 2013, debkafile’s military and intelligence sources report. Hence the leak by an unnamed Israeli security source Sunday, Aug. 12, disclosing Iran’s progress in developing the detonator and fuses for a nuclear warhead which can be fitted onto Shehab-3 ballistic missiles capable of reaching Israel.
Since 20 percent refined uranium is a short jump to weapons grade fuel, Iran will have the capability and materials for building an operational nuclear bomb by approximately October 1.

Secretary Of Defense Leon Panetta, “We Can’t Let This Happen”. Why?

Israel is a one bomb nation… 50 miles wide and 200 miles long. One nuclear bomb on Tel Aviv and Israel ceases to exist!

This knowledge is not news to US President Barack Obama, Saudi King Abdullah, Syrian ruler Bashar Assad, or Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu – and certainly not to Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.  Netanyahu’s comment at the opening of the weekly cabinet meeting Sunday: “All threats against the home front are dwarfed by one – Iran must not be allowed to have nuclear arms!” – was prompted by that deadline.
Ex-Prime Minister Ehud Olmert did not have that information when he “assured” Tel Aviv students Sunday, “Iran’s nuclear program has not reached the threshold necessitating Israeli action now or in the near future.” He further claimed that Israel’s “defense leaders” don’t subscribe to the view that “action now is unavoidable.” Olmert, who stepped down under a cloud of suspected corruption in 2009, has not since then had access to regular intelligence briefings on Iran. So either he spoke out of ignorance or willfully joined an opposition chorus of voices speaking out against Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak.

The fact is that when Olmert approved the Israeli strike for destroying a nuclear reactor under construction by Iran and North Korea in northern Syria in September 2007,  Iran was years away from accumulating enough enriched uranium and the capability to build nuclear warheads.
Both are now within Tehran’s grasp in weeks.

Leading an opposition campaign to bring down the incumbent government is legitimate. Discrediting belated Israeli action to pre-empt a nuclear Iran as fodder for that campaign is not.  If what Olmert and Barack (the same defense minister as today) did in 2007 was necessary then, action now for delaying Iran’s imminent “breakout” to a bomb is many times more necessary and far more urgent.
However Netanyahu and Barak have put themselves in a straitjacket by two lapses:

1.  By foot-dragging on their decision for two years, they have led their opponents at home and in Washington – and Khamenei’s office too – to believe that, by turning on the heat, they can hold Israel back from military action against Iran’s nuclear program until it is too late. The time has been used not just for Iranian nuclear progress, but to enlist ex-politicians and retired generals at home and add them to the voices, especially in the White House, which believe Israel can learn to live with a nuclear-armed Iran.
2.  Netanyahu and Barak have behaved as though a decision on Iran is in their exclusive province, insulated from the turmoil and change swirling through Israel’s Arab neighbors in the past two years.
But the Middle East has a way of catching up with and rushing past slow-moving politicians:
Sunday, at 10:00 a.m. Netanyahu warned his ministers that no threat was worse than a nuclear Iran. At 17:55 p.m., Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood President Mohamed Morsi dropped a bombshell in Cairo. In one fell swoop, he smashed the Egyptian military clique ruling the country for decades, sacked the Supreme Military Council running Egypt since March 2011 and cut the generals off from their business empire by appropriating the defense ministry and military industry.
That fateful eight hours-less-five-minutes have forced Israel’s leaders to take a second look at their plans for Iran.
Morsi’s lightning decisions were the finishing touches that proved the Islamist Bedouin terror attacks in Sinai of Aug. 5 fitted neatly into a secret master plan hatched by Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood to seize full control of rule in Cairo – a plan debkafile first revealed exclusively last Friday, Aug. 10.
Netanyahu now faces one of the hardest dilemmas of his political career – whether to go forward with the Iran operation, which calls for mustering all Israel’s military and defense capabilities – especially for the repercussions, after being suddenly confronted with unforeseen security challenges on its southwestern border, for thirty years a frontier of peace.

The exceptional talents of Netanyahu and Barak to put off strategic decisions until they are overtaken by events has landed Israel in an especially perilous plight, surrounded now by a soon-to-be nuclear-armed Iran from the east;  threatened Syrian chemical warfare from the north and the Muslim Brotherhood takeover of Egypt to its south.

Kind of reminds me of saddam hussein Claiming Iraq Didn’t Have Any Weapons Of Mass Destruction…

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  1. This has the capacity to split Nato. On the one hand that would be desirable, Europe and Russia can sort a new relationship out.
    I fear though with Greece and Turkey having old scores over Cyprus to sort out, this will escalate out of control. Which is of course the zionist and neo con plan.
    Israel will nuke first and ask questions after.

    • By Aaron Kalman and Times of Israel staff

      The US would not necessarily join in were Israel to launch a military strike against Iran’s nuclear program, an unnamed source in the Obama Administration told Israel’s Channel 2 News on Monday.

      The US feels a profound commitment to the defense of Israel, and so could be relied upon to protect Israel defensively from the consequences of an Israeli attack on Iran, the TV channel quoted the source as saying. But the thrust of the US source’s message to Israel, the TV report said, was “don’t rely on us to finish the job.”

      Israeli media has been full of reports in recent days, based on leaks and off-the-record briefings by senior figures, suggesting that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are close to deciding on an Israeli attack to thwart Iran — despite opposition from the US, and from current and former domestic security chiefs.

      continue at the Times of Israel:

      • Obfuscation is a zionist speciality. The US is in election year and internally falling apart. Militarily Israel can only strike from the air. Their capability is actually very limited. They cannot hope to gain any world support for an attack. The moral right is Iran’s. If Likud were to adopt the none proliferation protocols, they would have some political leverage. However, they won’t.

        The Saudis and other gulf dictatorships are walking on a tightrope with this. If they allow overflight they will be condemned by the rest of the Muslim world. Of course they want an attack. They dare not publicly admit this.

        I take everything from Israeli sources with a pinch of salt. They know they could end up totally friendless. Increasing awareness of their infiltration of US institutions is frightening them. They may do it, they will be histories fools if they do.

  2. Under new regional order, US will end with slightest mistake: Iran cmdr.

    A senior Iranian commander says the wave of Islamic Awakening in the region has narrowed down the United States’ geopolitical sphere of influence to the extent that “the slightest mistake” will spell the annihilation of the US.

    The wave of Islamic Awakening and the recent developments in regional countries have forced the US to change its course; however, in case of the slightest mistake, they will undoubtedly be doomed to annihilation, Commander of the Iranian Army’s Ground Forces Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan said on Wednesday.
    “In the past years, the Americans’ overt objective was to gain control over the oil resources of the region…but their ulterior motive was to prevent the spread of the awakening of Muslim countries in the region,” Brigadier General Pourdastan added.

    Read more @ http://www.presstv.ir/detail/256549.html

    • That is an interesting article, thanks. The relationship between the Revolutionary Guard and Army has been a strained one. The Guard have received priority over “regular” forces for years for equipment. The army has been a target for foreign spooks to influence and undermine the government.
      However, we are talking about Persian pride and Persian nationalism. Islam is a relatively “new” influence in Persia. It has been used to unite and define a nation that is ancient, but wishes to regain its influence in the region.
      What goes beyond the neo con myopia is the fact that arab nationalism and Persian nationhood are different. Islam unites, but that is all.

      The US and its policy in the region frankly stinks. Like Britain before it. T.E. Lawrence united arabs against The Ottomans, a British foreign policy objective. Post war policy toward this region has, since 1947, been dictated by one country. The US and Nato, the UN, all dance to this fiddlers tune. Now, let that country show some diplomatic initiative, some reasonable compromise towards its neighbours. Even if Iran has a bomb, Israel could lay waste to half of the world with its collection, last count 300.

      The very fact that corporate and banking interests dictate how governments act in this region, and elsewhere, stops progress to political and social progress.
      When we look at how to solve these problems, well they are straightforward. Remove the out of balance influences. The problem is, as we well know, centres on corporate influence.

      • We are seeing that people are waking up to the corporate plans for causing war and profiting from the destruction.
        The sad thing is we don’t see any leaders with the courage to stand against the scum.
        The usual use of religion as tool to divide and increase conflict is being used more and more .Keep the population fighting among themselves while they pillage.
        I am hopeful that the peoples of the world will wake to this before it is too late.

  3. We can hope so. There is plenty of evidence to this effect. I think the most telling is in the fact that, as prior to the great Depression, trade barriers are being erected and currency wars are well underway.

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