Monday, June 29, 2009

BS Alert: "US forces attempt to hijack Iranian oil field" - "US to invade Iran any day now?"

Bookmark and Share
And the pieces of the puzzle start coming together...

There was an odd news item in Iran's government PressTV today:

'US forces attempt to hijack Iranian oil field'
Mon, 29 Jun 2009 17:05:09 GMT

American forces have attempted to take over an Iranian oil field near the country's western border with Iraq, a security official says.

“US forces backed by tanks entered the Mousian area of the Dehloran County, laying around 100 meters of pipeline in Iranian territory," the source, talking on condition of anonymity, said Monday.

The source added that the pipes, marked with Iraqi flags, were blocked after Iranian forces pushed the “intruders” back across the border.

Iraqi officials have been notified of Iran's objection to American movements along the common border, according to the source.

The picture being painted for the West is that in the wake of the attempted green 'velvet revolution' in Iran, the Revolutionary Guard has effectively taken power:

Hence, this report of a military altercation on the Iran/Iraq border could be a prelude to some sort of incitement of conflict with U.S. forces in Iraq by the Revolutionary Guard seemingly to quell internal unrest.

That this might be the historical script is reinforced by this article I keep seeing advertised by RussiaToday in Google News searches (on right-hand column). Here's the ad:

US to Strike Soon
US to Go into War Any Day Now?
Read This Story Here!

Here's some excerpts from the article RussiaToday is paying oodles to plug to the world:

US to invade Iran any day now?

12 September, 2008, 05:50

A few weeks ago the Russian newspaper Izvestia, a well-known and authoritive daily published nationwide and abroad, came forward with something that would have been looked upon as a conspiracy theory if published by a tabloid.

The paper suggested that by attacking South Ossetia, the Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili had badly damaged a planned U.S. military operation against Iran. In the newspaper's opinion Georgia was supposed to play the role of another “unsinkable aircraft carrier” for the U.S., i.e. an operational and tactical base for U.S. aircraft that would be making bombing raids into Iran. Something akin to what Thailand was in the Vietnam war...

....Shortly after that, a phone call came from a college friend who had just come back from Kandahar in Afghanistan, where he had seen American battle tanks being unloaded from a Ukrainian-registered Antonov-124 “Ruslan”, the heaviest and largest cargo airplane in the world. The friend asked if I had any idea what tanks would be good for in Afghanistan, and I said I didn't. It's an established fact from the Soviet war in Afghanistan that tanks are no good for most of the country's mountainous territory. They are good for flatlands, and the main body of flat land in the region is right across the border in Iran.

Later in August there was another bit of unofficial information from a Russian military source: more than a thousand American tanks and armored vehicles had been shipped to Eastern Afghanistan by Ukrainian “Ruslans” flying in three to five shipments a day, and more flights were expected.

Somehow all this, together with the series of articles in Izvestia, the information that all U.S. troops in Afghanistan are going to be reassigned and regrouped under unified command, the arrival of NATO naval ships in the Black Sea, the appointment of a man used to command troops in a combat environment as the new commander of the US Central Command and other bits and pieces. To my total astonishment, when they all fell together the Izvestia story started looking slightly more credible than before.

Today there are reports about how Russia and the U.S. are going to sign an agreement on military cooperation to settle tensions. Also, NATO and Russia are reportedly restoring ties. Meanwhile, Russia is beginning a huge military exercise in the Caucasus region that could be cover and/or preparation for a southern thrust into Georgia or maybe beyond.

What is Russia planning?

Keep in mind that, IMO, Russia is pursuing a third world war with the West in an underhanded manner such that American "imperialist aggression" is blamed for causing a global holocaust of mass destruction. In other words, America is the belligerent bad guy while Russia is the peace-loving good guy even though the complete opposite is truly the case.

Also bear in mind there's a series of eclipses approaching, and the Kremlin seems to operate according to astrology.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Neda's Call

Bookmark and Share
I just put together this short video in memory of Neda Agha-Soltan (ندا آقا سلطان), the young female bystander who was shot dead yesterday in the streets of Tehran by a Basij militia sniper.

Most appropriately, her name "Neda" in Farsi means "voice" or "call". Let Neda's martyrdom be a call to the Iranian people to rise up and stand for freedom from tyranny! The video is set to the Peter Gabriel song, "Biko", which was written in memory of Stephen Biko, a martyr of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa.

Whether the ruling clerics like it or not, as an innocent symbol of goodness sacrificed to expose evildoers, Neda represents a true "shahid"....a true martyr for God. The apocalyptically-obsessed Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his minions like the hateful 'President' Mahmoud AhMADinejad don't represent God's will for this world. They represent lies, murder and tyranny and are opposed to the truth, life and freedom that comes from God's love.

Peter Gabriel's "Biko"

September '77
Port Elizabeth weather fine
It was business as usual
In police room 619
Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko
Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko
Yihla Moja, Yihla Moja
-The man is dead

When I try to sleep at night
I can only dream in red
The outside world is black and white
With only one colour dead
Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko
Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko
Yihla Moja, Yihla Moja
-The man is dead

You can blow out a candle
But you can't blow out a fire
Once the flames begin to catch
The wind will blow it higher
Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko
Yihla Moja, Yihla Moja
-The man is dead

And the eyes of the world are
watching now
watching now

On a side note, for this Father's Day I spent the day with my Dad who had double bypass heart surgery on Wednesday and is now recovering. I just want to thank everyone for their prayers and thank God and the miracles of science for providing him a new lease on life.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Friday, June 19, 2009

Allāhu Akbar, الله أكبر.

Bookmark and Share

Today Friday 19 June 2009
Tomorrow Saturday is very important; Day of destiny.
Tonight the screams of “God is great” [Allah-o Akbar]
is louder than on any other night.

Where is this place?
Where is this place that all paths are closed? All doors are shut?
Where is this place that no one helps us?

Where is this place that we shout out our words with only silence?
Where is this place?
Where is this place that its people’s only call is to God?
Where is this place that its cry of Allah-o Akbar ["God is Great"]
Grows louder and louder every minute?

Every day I wait to see if at night
The cries of “God is Great” grows louder or not.
I tremble as I hear them getting louder and louder.
I do not know if God trembles too or not.

Where is this place that we the innocents are stuck in [imprisoned]?
Where is this place that no one can help us?
where is this place that we are only shouting out our words with silence?
Where is this place that the youth are killed and people stand in the street and pray?
They stand in the blood and pray.
Where is this place that people are called [vagrants] trouble makers?
Where is this place?
Do you want me to tell you?

It is Iran.
It is my home land and your home land.
It is Iran.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Is The Rebound Over?

Bookmark and Share
According to Elliott Wave patterns in stock prices, it is possible that the rebound in mass mood since March is now over and the brunt of the collapse of Western Civilization is now underway. More specifically, it is possible that Primary Wave Two up in the wake of the March low around Dow 6500 peaked as the DJIA reached near the 9000 level last week:

There is still a significant possibility that, after a short-term pullback, stock prices will come back and rally to a higher high, like Dow 10,000. However, if the DJIA breaks below the March lows, then the odds are the rebound is over and the next leg down in the Grand Supercycle bear market is underway.

That major crises have emerged in Korea and Iran just as the reversal in mass mood takes hold is very alarming and suggests my earlier warnings that Primary Wave Three down could involve an outbreak of global war may be on the mark. Let's hope and pray not, but be ready just in case this is it.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Casting A Suspicious Eye On Unrest In Iran

Bookmark and Share
Apparently the Iranian people have woken up to the fact that there is no freedom and democracy in their country and some have actually found the courage to make a stink about it with the mullah megalomaniacs exercising control in the name of the apocalypse and some hidden 12th Imam they can't find.

I think the anger and protestation is legitimate amongst the repressed Iranian people, but it's possible the ruling elite are stoking internal unrest for ulterior strategic motives that remain to be seen.

Here's a FORUM, BLOG and TWEETER GRID providing coverage of the unfolding crisis (also see the NIAC blog, the NY Times Lede blog, real time pics and Breaking News Twitter). My ongoing analysis of the situation can be followed at TheTreeOfLiberty forum.

Here's some videos that have leaked through Iranian censorship:

U.S. naval forces in the region have been given a heads up from Washington regarding the Iranian unrest:

U.S. military commanders in the Middle East were sent a message reminding American forces to maintain discipline and prudence if they encounter any Iranian military forces during potential unrest surrounding Iran's presidential election, CNN has learned.

This so far is the only acknowledged U.S. military reaction to the unfolding situation in Iran.

Two U.S. defense officials with direct knowledge of the highly classified message confirmed the details to CNN but said the issue is so sensitive that they could not divulge whose signature was on the message. It was distributed via secure communications in recent days. The officials talked with CNN on condition they not be identified.

Both underscored that the message is not an indication U.S. forces are at any higher state of alert. However, the U.S. military is extremely concerned, they said, that given unrest in Iran, any encounter between U.S. and Iranian units could inadvertently escalate.

The message is mainly directed at U.S. naval forces in the Persian Gulf that regularly encounter Iranian naval forces in those waters.

"We are watching, and ensuring disciplined restraint on the part of our naval forces," one official told CNN. The U.S. military's concern is that Iranian naval forces could engage in some activity in the Gulf waters that could be a "triggering event," that U.S. forces might been compelled to react to. (CNN)

Of course, it's a tad suspicious that just as the Korean Peninsula seems ready to ignite suddenly there's a crisis in Iran that could result in military confrontation and war in the Middle East.

As I wrote recently at, "North Korea and Iran are knights serving their strategic purposes (for Russia and China) in the global chess game of Real Politik IMHO. The problem is, the West hardly has its mind in the game and we think our own checkmate is impossible out of incredibly arrogant stupidity".

Notably, it was clear that the original election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005 was a rigged sham. Here's an excerpt from my article, "Is Iran Trying To Start World War Three?":

Consider the following. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad predicted with "no doubt" his June election victory, months in advance, at a time when polls gave him barely 1 percent support. After the June 17th, 2005 presidential election in Iran, as the votes were still being tallied, Ahmadinejad, who had hovered at the back of the field of candidates in pre-election opinion surveys, announced hours before the Interior Ministry issued its own results that he would be in the runoff. How is it Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was so certain that he would be elected Iran's new president when all the polls indicated he was not even in the running? An obvious explanation is that the election was rigged and the "certifiably insane" candidate knew the ultimate outcome ahead of time. Indeed, even moderates in Iran who usually don't speak out declared that the election was rigged. Iran's Guardian Council, a panel controlled by hard-line clerics that has the ultimate say over all government actions, was behind the vote counting that resulted in Ahmadinejad's win. As Russian dictator Stalin so aptly put it: “The people who cast the votes don't decide an election, the people who count the votes do.”

As for Mir-Hossein Mousavi, the 'reformist' candidate supposedly questioning the election results this time around and calling for protests, I think one can safely assume he's a friend, not a foe, of the ruling clerics:

Mir-Hossein Mousavi was a student studying architecture during the Shah's regime at Tehran University. Two years after the revolution (1981), he was nominated as the Prime Minister by Khomeini. He was responsible, as head of the Council of Cultural Revolution, for shutting down the entire university system for four years. Starting in 1988, on the orders of Khomeini, a council was formed, with Mousavi as a member, to revise the regime's constitution to drastically increase the powers of the supreme leader.

Mousavi's socialist ideology became very apparent during the 1980s when he initiated Islamic Socialist policies such as subsidized food coupons, oil coupons and converting private enterprises into government controlled entities. Mr. Mousavi ordered the mass-executions of 1980-81, as well as the summer 1988 executions of over 30,000 political prisoners, who were then buried in mass graves. (emphases added) (Wikipedia)

Notably, Mir-Hossein Mousavi had become a candidate in the Iranian presidential election only two months before the vote. He had been politically inactive for some twenty years prior and then suddenly showed up on the scene. [Although, according to Asia Times: "Much has been made about Mousavi's 20-year absence from the scene, but strictly speaking this is not true. Mousavi has been engaged in Iranian politics for the past 20 years, albeit from a distance. For much of the 1990s he was a consultant on political and constitutional matters to supreme leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei... (Asia Times)]

So why did Mousavi choose to join the presidential race?

What may be telling is who Mousavi was Prime Minister for from 1981 to 1988, when he was last politically active: then president of Iran, Ali Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic (Japan Times). Notably, Mousavi was born in Khameneh, in northwestern Iran — the hometown of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and, according to a relative, he is the grandson of Khamenei's paternal aunt (Time).

The profound truth is that, according to sources inside Iran, "Khamenei had encouraged Mousavi to run". (PajamasMedia)

As the contest for the presidency became more heated and threatening to the clerical regime's hold on power, it is clear that:

....Khamenei could have put a stop to it at the very outset of the campaign, but did not. Why? Does he secretly support a serious challenge to the Islamic Republic? (PajamasMedia)

That the political unrest in Iran has been instigated by the ruling regime seems further buttressed by warnings from the Iranian Revolutianary Guard days BEFORE the election that Mir-Hossein Mousavi and his supporters were planning a "velvet revolution", thereby foreshadowing the unrest. Yet the Guard failed to take basic preventative measures to obstruct mass protests and rallies upon announcement of Ahmadinejad's 'reelection' when the social consequences were anticipated.

Is Iranian 'opposition' candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi acting at the behest of his blood relative and long-time political partner, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei?

Is the unrest in Iran being instigated on behalf of the ruling mullahs?

If so, why?

Some challenging answers might soon become clear.

Monday, June 08, 2009

"Yes We Can" is "Thank You Satan"?

Bookmark and Share
Some believe that there is backmasking of messages hidden in music that can be discovered when given songs are played backwards. Often, these messages are Satanic in character.

In this light, Barack Obama's song, "Yes We Can", has a rather disturbing backmasked message:

Here's the original:

"Yes we can" is a motto for those who believe in themselves rather than God IMO. This is Satan's battle cry, and it is a reckless self-delusion. Only through God are all things possible, and that is where our faith must be placed....not in worldly misleaders that offer us pleasant lies and false hopes that will only be disappointed.

And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose. [Romans 8:28]

"This is what the LORD says — the Holy One of Israel, and its Maker: Concerning things to come, do you question me about my children, or give me orders about the work of my hands?

It is I who made the earth and created mankind upon it. My own hands stretched out the heavens; I marshaled their starry hosts." [Isaiah 45:11-12]

Sunday, June 07, 2009

“OK, let’s go.”

Bookmark and Share
The final call was Eisenhower’s and his alone. Ike’s thoughts were with his men on the ships and airfields who would carry out his orders.

In a 1964 interview, Eisenhower said this, “Goodness knows, those fellows meant a lot to me. But these are decisions that have to be made when you’re in a war. You say to yourself, I’m going to do something that will be to my country’s advantage for the least cost. You can’t say without any cost. You know you’re going to lose some of them, and it’s very, very difficult.”

Finally, Eisenhower stopped and faced his commanders, “OK, let’s go.”

Today is the 65th anniversary of D-Day.

On this occasion the forces of human freedom took a valiant stand against tyranny and ultimately prevailed ending a dark chapter in the epic struggle between good and evil, light and darkness, in the Book within which we dwell:

But the final chapter in this epic tale of the struggle for human freedom and justice is yet to unfold.

Tyranny has slyly hidden itself from the now blinded eyes of the free world and thereby misled our sin-ridden society into the grip of the Evil One. Soon the forces of hate will return to the stage of HIStory for the final act called The Apocalypse, but they shall not prevail.

Just as on that decisive day on the beaches of Normandy 65 years ago today, the righteous will again find the courage to take an immortal stand against tyranny and triumph, and evil will be vanquished from the face of the earth to make way for God's true Kingdom.

So it is written by the Creator...

Saturday, June 06, 2009

My Song

Bookmark and Share
I just uploaded a song to YouTube I composed on the piano many years ago:

My other music can be heard at, MySpace and AcidPlanet.

My best composition IMO is Thermonuclear Synthesis.

Hope it's worth a listen.
Related Posts with Thumbnails