THE PRICE OF PERSIA

Following a series of what appear to be ‘Cyber-Attacks’ on some of their banks, the American Government have firmly fixed their sights on Iran as the source of their woes. It has been a part of the bigger picture for a long time, Iran is on the Globalist ‘Hit List’ of countries that were going to be invaded, so it comes as no surprise that they have finally gone public with their agenda.

You will of course, see nothing of this in the mainstream media, their shameful refusal to report on anything vaguely newsworthy has been clear enough even for the most blinkered of eyes. Endless fluffy Journalism and saturated coverage of the deliberately created Financial crisis, has been the weapon of choice, and so far, used to good effect.

Why invade Iran? They are no threat to either us in the UK, nor to the good people of the United States. They have not invaded anyone, and have not been in conflict with any other country since they were forced to defend their country against an Iraqi invasion.

The Iran–Iraq War began when Iraq invaded Iran via multiple incursions by air and land on the 22nd September 1980. It followed a long history of border disputes, and was motivated by fears that the Iranian Revolution in 1979 would inspire insurgency among Iraq’s long-suppressed Shia majority as well as Iraq’s desire to replace Iran as the dominant Persian Gulf state.

Although Iraq hoped to take advantage of Iran’s revolutionary chaos and attacked without any formal warning, they made only limited progress into Iran and were quickly repelled.

Iran subsequently regained virtually all lost their territory by June of 1982.

For the following six years, Iran had no choice but to remain on the offensive.

A war this time may be started by Israel, or by the United States, or by a NATO/EU/US embargo, or by some ‘false flag’ attack. What really matters though, is that it will surely begin, and will have serious repercussions for the rest of the world.

Regardless if the war begins with a limited number of air strikes against Iranian military and nuclear targets, or if an all-out target attack begins from day one the probabilities of the war becoming a major regional war within 48 hours are more than 90%.

The Iranians will simply not allow Israeli and/or American military forces to attack its territory without massive retaliation. Any significant counter-attack on Israel and/or American regional bases will trigger a much greater counter-response.

The Iranians have equipped and paid for, and trained, a massive unguided rocket and guided missile force in Lebanon (incidentally, the largest such force in human history).

These missiles are in place as a MAD force (a ‘mutually assured destruction’ force is one that is a doomsday force, established to prevent the use of overwhelming military force by allowing a return “punch” of overwhelming military destructive forced upon one’s enemy).

The total number of missiles and rockets in Lebanon are estimated at between 40,000 and 110,000.

While many are unguided Katyusha rockets, many are longer ranged guided missiles.

All of which are operated by Hezbollah Special Forces launch teams.

The Hezbollah Special Forces are in-effect a highly trained and well-equipped Iranian commando force of at least a Brigade in size. They man and protect a large number of mostly unguided and rather crude rockets, generally Katyusha 122mm artillery rockets with a 19 mile/30km range and capable of delivering approximately 66 pounds/30kg of warheads.

Additionally, Hezbollah are known to possess a considerable number of more advanced and longer range missiles. During the 2006 war Hezbollah fired approximately 4,000 rockets (95% of which were Katyshas) all utilizing only “dumb” high explosive warheads. Some Iranian build and supplied Fajr-3 and Ra’ad 1 liquid-fueled missiles were also fired. It is believed that the larger and longer range missiles are directly under the control of Syrian and Iranian officers.

The combination of short to medium range rockets and guided missiles in Lebanon, and the longer range guided missiles in Syria, the smaller number of rockets and missiles in the West Bank and Gaza, and the longer range guided missiles in Iran present a massive threat, and they are all aimed at Israel.

The cover story of the coming assault on Iran, is of course (according to the sources fed to the mainstream media) the wholly false accusation that Iran are in the process of building a Nuclear ‘Deterrent.’ The clue is in the name, a ‘Deterrent’ is not a threat, it is a defence. A means of being able to make any future threat of invasion, a rather costly exercise.

So the question must be asked, why invade?

It could have something to do with the ‘fact’ that Iran, Along with North Korea and Cuba, are the only three countries left on the planet without a Rothschild-controlled Central Bank.

Or it could be about the Oil again, but that would be way too obvious… Wouldn’t it?