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Why This Obsession With Iran?

serdin Wrote: Jul 08, 2012 6:26 AM
whn-thy found it difficult to covr-war-debts. Was there a deal made to re-establsh a US-Cntrl-Bnk in order to call off Rothschild's Britsh attack-dogs ? The timng; Britsh-PM-Perceval's assn, 5-11-1812, as he was about to start peace talks wth the USA, The war of 1812-1815, 1816 - Sudn-chng-of-polcy-decsn, by US-Cngrsmen to now accept a 2cnd-US-Cntrl-Bnk ?-?-? Suggest that the very strange War of 1812 was actually a Bank War ! Like the 1st US-Bank, April 25-1791-1811, The 2cnd-US-Bank also has a 20-yr-chartr, is a privtly-held-corp, its princpl sharhldrs are also linkd to the NYC-Londn-Bank-axis. The US-Cntrl-Bnk has the pwr to enginer debt drivn "booms" by creatng $$ "out of thin air", then lendng it nto the econmy at %.
"Iran is not seeking to have the atomic bomb, possession of which is pointless, dangerous and is a great sin from an intellectual and a religious point of view."

Thus did supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei declare in February that Iran's possession of atomic weapons would be a mortal sin against Allah.

It is also the unanimous judgment of the U.S. intelligence community, declared in 2007 and affirmed in 2011, that Iran has abandoned any program to build nuclear weapons.

Is the Ayatollah lying? Is the entire U.S. intel community wrong?

Iran's plants, at Natanz, where uranium is enriched to 5...