Matthew Ward has told his readers that “there will be no war with Iran.” (1) The galactics as a group have said that nuclear bombs will not be permitted to be used on the planet. They have also said that they have all events under close watch and can defeat any military action. (2)
If anything, I believe these actions are allowed to go this far to incriminate those pursuing them. Remember that the galactics and Spiritual Hierarchy proceed according to law. They allow the dark cabal behind these moves (in a number of countries) to take steps which permit their later arrest and conviction for conspiracy to commit war crimes.
A second motive, I think, is to provide a crisis that allows the drawing away of backers of the New World Order from America (and possibly Britain, Australia and other countries where the cabal has strong supporters among the military) into the field where they cannot influence government or harm Earth allies of the Light forces, whose actions will in a short time (I believe) lead to the defeat of the cabal.
I have repeated these points often and cannot cite all my sources each time. You will find them primarily in First Contact in the file http://www.angelfire.com/space2/light11/fc/light1.html and in the “Ready-Reference Guide” at the head of this site.
My main purpose in publishing a typical report of this genre is to show how strategy is being pursued and urge you not to be drawn into the appearance of things. In my view, the Light forces are springing a trap on the dark, which will result in the wholesale undoing of the latter.
Scary Anti-Iran Talk Is Escalating — And Weapons May Be Moving Into Position for Attack
by Conn Hallman
July 12, 2010
Dispatches From The Edge
Crazy talk about the Middle East seems to be escalating, backed up by some pretty ominous military deployments. We’ll start with the department of scary statements:
First up, Shabtai Shavit, former chief of the Israeli spy agency Mossad, speaking June 21 at Bar Ilan University, Tel Aviv on why Israel should launch a pre-emptive strike at Iran: “I am of the opinion that, since there is an ongoing war, since the threat is permanent, since the intention of the enemy in this case is to annihilate you, the right doctrine is one of presumption and not retaliation.”
Second up, Uzi Arad, Israeli prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s national security advisor, speaking before the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem June 22 on his belief that the “international community” would support an Israeli strike at Iran: “I don’t see anyone who questions the legality of this or the legitimacy.”
Third up, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi speaking to reporters at the G-8 meeting in Toronto June 26: “Iran is not guaranteeing a peaceful production of nuclear power [so] the members of the G-8 are worried and believe absolutely that Israel will probably react preemptively.”
Fourth up, Central Intelligence Director Leon Panetta predicting on ABC’s “This Week” program June 27 that Iran could have two nuclear weapons by 2012: “We think they [Iran] have enough low-enriched uranium for two weapons…and while there is continuing debate [within Iran] right now about whether or not they ought to proceed with a bomb…they clearly are developing their nuclear capacity.” He went on to say that the U.S. is sharing intelligence with Israelis and that Tel Aviv is “willing to give us the room to be able to try to change Iran diplomatically and culturally and politically.”
A few points:
1) Iran and Israel are not at war, a fact Shavit seems confused about.
2) Since the recent rounds of sanctions aimed at Iran would have lost in the United Nations General Assembly, it unclear who Arad thinks is the “international community.”
3) Berlusconi is a bit of a loose cannon, but he is tight with the Israelis.
4) An Iran that is different “diplomatically and culturally and politically” sounds an awful lot like “regime change.” Is that the “room” Panetta is talking about?
And it isn’t all talk.
Following up the London Times report that Saudi Arabia had given Israel permission to fly through Saudi airspace to attack Iran, the Jerusalem Post, the Islam Times and the Iranian news agency Fars report that the Israeli air force has stockpiled equipment in the Saudi desert near Jordan.
According to the Post, supplies were unloaded June 18 and 19 outside the Saudi city of Tabuk, and all civilian flights into the area were canceled during the two day period. The Post said that an “anonymous American defense official” claimed that Mossad chief Meir Dagan was the contact man with Saudi Arabia and had briefed Netanyahu on the plans.
(2) See relevant sections of http://www.angelfire.com/space2/light11/fc/light1.html