Oil tankers torpedoed in the Gulf of Oman. This will be blamed on Iran in 3… 2… 1…
Jared Kushner and Mike Pompeo at the elite’s Bilderberg meeting in Switzerland. Are you surprised? Jared Kushner reminds me of Edward Mandell House the senior advisor of President Woodrow Wilson. He never speaks but is always standing there in the background with a insidious look.
Zionist war criminal Netanyahu is the kind of guy that loves the smell of napalm in the morning:
UPDATE 1600 hrs CDT:
Well, that didn’t take long:
Remember what I’ve been saying over the past month, folks. They’re going to do something in the Gulf and make it look like Iran did it. Do not believe Trump, Bolton, Pompeo or any of these lying warmongers in the government. They are itching to start a new war with Iran to accomodate Israel’s wishes. Iran would not benefit from firing the first shots. Remember, the U.S. and Israel must present themselves as having the moral high ground. No major war has ever been started without the U.S. or its interests being attacked first, either by provocation such as the case of Pearl Harbor and the Japanese or by false-flag like the Gulf of Tonkin and 9/11. Remember the USS Liberty, a Navy ship that was set up by President Lyndon Johnson and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara to be sunk by unmarked Israeli aircraft in order to frame the Egyptians and thus gain public support to go to war alongside Israel against the Arabs in 1967. Only by the grace of God did their machinations fail. Johnson was seeking reelection in 1968 and needed to gain popularity via a new conflict even though Vietnam was in full swing. Bush did the same thing with Iraq in 2003. Historically, wars have been used to bolster a president before reelection. Next year is an election year and history is repeating itself.
This is the question that everybody needs to ask about the oil tankers in the Gulf: WHO BENEFITS? Read this article:
“There is another group that will benefit from the incident – the people who want to see the U.S. step up its campaign against Iran and move from an economic war to a military one. There are plenty of those, both in the U.S. and among its allies in the Persian Gulf and wider Middle East regions.”
You see, I’m not the only one saying it.