Merely 24 hours after Obama’s nuclearization deal with the Ayatollah regime, his CIA handlers have already begun launching an aggressive campaign of leaks and psychological warfare against the Israelis who are now inclined more than ever to go for a preemptive strike in Iran. this carefully timed CIA campaign was jump started in the form of an old and allegedly authentic NSA document magically “leaked by Snowden” via the CIA’s notorious limited hangout operation – Wikileaks – which found its way to The Intercept website (a typical limited hangout tentacle) regarding the assassination of the Syrian General Muhammed Suleiman in 2008 by Israeli naval commandos.
Suleiman was in charge of the Syrian nuclear weapons program which was based on North Korean Plutonium reactor technology and funded by Iran, in violation of Syria’s obligations to the IAEA. That reactor was destroyed by the Israelis during Operation Orchard in 2007,which also demonstrated the ability of the IAF to paralyze the Russian state of the art TOR air defense system by hacking the control radar and planting false signals via the encrypted satellite link. None of the aforementioned details is new, but the goal of the current leak is to “warn” the Israelis that their encrypted military communications are allegedly monitored by the NSA, which is supposed to hint at the NSA’s ability to thwart a potential Israeli strike on Iran.
It’s impossible to know if the NSA really snooped on the Israelis during that 2008 hit operation, but the very use of this Psyop indicates that the CIA plans to protect its new assets in Tehran. This recent leak follows an earlier behind the scenes warning from the Obama regime to Israel and Saudi Arabia, given two years ago, that the US is in control of the regional radar systems and therefore they are advised not to try to bypass those radars on route to Iran. In other words, Iran was already than protected by the American military umbrella. Yesterday’s post has demonstrated the feasibility of the Israeli military option against Iran, so it seems like the greater challenge will be to overcome the American radars and other surveillance systems across the region in order to carry out a strike.
The deal’s shocking clause everyone missed: US vows to protect Iran’s nukes from Mossad
With all the media blather and disinformation around the deal, very few noticed the one major shocker hidden within the agreement, which is shown in the screenshot below: the US promises to protect Iran’s nukes from “security threats, including sabotage”, which can only mean Mossad cloak and dagger ops meant to delay and disrupt Iran’s nuclearization program, be they Stuxnet like computer viruses or “mysterious explosions” [examples: Exhibit A , Exhibit B]. Rather than restrain and freeze Iran’s nukes, the agreement protects them and nurtures it for possible future use.
All of the above is likely to increase the prospects of an Israeli-Sunni preemptive strike once they feel cornered and out of all other options but direct military preemption. Netanyahu and his opposition rival Hertzog have begun quietly forming the foundation for a national unity coalition government, which will enable the political echelon the necessary consensus for carrying out such a military strike when push comes to shove.
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