Israel Will Attack Iran In The Fall

Robert Baer

Robert Baer

Well it won’t be much of a surprise then, will it? The presenter and narrator of three disinformation documentary films (the two Cult of the Suicide Bomber films and Car Bomb), ex-CIA Middle East agent Bob Baer lets the cat out of the bag, as reported by Al Jazeera:

A longtime CIA officer who spent 21 years in the Middle East is predicting that Israel will bomb Iran in the fall, dragging the United States into another major war and endangering US military and civilian personnel (and other interests) throughout the Middle East and beyond.

Earlier this week, Robert Baer appeared on the provocative KPFK Los Angeles show Background Briefing, hosted by Ian Masters. It was there that he predicted that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is likely to ignite a war with Iran in the very near future.

Robert Baer has had a storied career, including a stint in Iraq in the 1990s where he organised opposition to Saddam Hussein. (He was recalled after being accused of trying to organise Saddam’s assassination.) Upon his retirement, he received a top decoration for meritorious service.

Baer is no ordinary CIA operative. George Clooney won an Oscar for playing a character based on Baer in the film Syriana (Baer also wrote the book).

He obviously won’t name many of his sources in Israel, the United States, and elsewhere, but the few he has named are all Israeli security figures who have publically warned that Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are hell-bent on war.

Baer was especially impressed by the unprecedented warning about Netanyahu’s plans by former Mossad chief Meir Dagan. Dagan left the Israeli intelligence agency in September 2010. Two months ago, he predicted that Israel would attack and said that doing so would be “the stupidest thing” he could imagine…

[continues at Al Jazeera]

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  1. Anonymous | Jul 21, 2011 at 2:03 pm |

    They’d fucking better not do.
    If they did, it would be an act of aggression, and I would expect to see Netanyahu in the Hague. This of course will not happen, and so once again we will be showing the world that it’s one law for friends of the USA, and a different one for everyone else. Future historians will shake their heads at our hypocrisy.
    Israel is an armed camp that somehow maintains an image in the West of being weak and helpless. This is bullshit. They have over 250 nuclear missiles and one of the world’s largest and best equipped armies.
    Every highly militarised country like Israel is begging for war. It is the nature of the beast. Israel was forged on blood and is doubtlessly begging for more.

  2. cakey pig | Jul 21, 2011 at 10:03 am |

    They’d fucking better not do.
    If they did, it would be an act of aggression, and I would expect to see Netanyahu in the Hague. This of course will not happen, and so once again we will be showing the world that it’s one law for friends of the USA, and a different one for everyone else. Future historians will shake their heads at our hypocrisy.
    Israel is an armed camp that somehow maintains an image in the West of being weak and helpless. This is bullshit. They have over 250 nuclear missiles and one of the world’s largest and best equipped armies.
    Every highly militarised country like Israel is begging for war. It is the nature of the beast. Israel was forged on blood and is doubtlessly begging for more.

    • DeepCough | Jul 21, 2011 at 12:19 pm |

      Y’know what, I think it will happen, because the whole point of Israel was to put American influence in the Middle East, and the reason why the Jews are so hated is due to their alliance with the United States.

      • The Jews have been hated for a lot longer than there’s been a United States. The connection is purely one of convenience. People will probably hate them no matter what or who they align themselves with as they have in the past.

        • DeepCough | Jul 22, 2011 at 12:44 am |

          Well, in this event, the Jews are being used to manipulate fundamentalist Christians in support a war in the Middle East because they believe, according to the Book of Revelation, that a war on the hill of Armageddon will bring back Jesus.

        • MoralDrift | Jul 22, 2011 at 1:47 am |

          why don’t they stop being fucking assholes….

          • Tuna Ghost | Jul 22, 2011 at 2:11 am |

            It’s not quite that simple, I’m afraid, although present circumstances may lead one to think so.  

          • I’m guessing when the Arabs/Muslims stop making it their life goals to destroy them regardless of what they do and start accepting that they won’t go away, basically like the Christians did not too long ago.

          • I’m sad, you have fallen for the made up PR hate campaign too 🙁

          • Who made up the campaign? Muslims? Because they’re pretty open about what they believe. I’ve lived in the Middle East for several years and I’ve definitely learned never to trust western media about this place because they have no idea what they’re talking about and warp how things are on the ground to suit their propaganda.

          • Tuna Ghost | Jul 26, 2011 at 10:00 am |

            Actually, there have been several legitimate polls done in the area showing that the general populace of the mideast considers Israel the biggest threat in the area (not without cause, obviously).  

          •  Because team USA gives them tons of money to be assholes 🙂

      • Tuna Ghost | Jul 21, 2011 at 11:49 pm |

        Well that doesn’t explain the fighting thousands of years before the US even existed, unfortunately.  Israel existed over 2,000 years ago and it was still involved in wars and whatnot.  The Jews simply refuse to be assimilated.  

        • Misinformation | Jul 22, 2011 at 1:44 am |

          I’m curious as to who was fighting whom “thousands of years before the US even existed”? Israel in it’s current incarnation only really became a mass movement around the turn of the previous century. And, of course, became a state in the middle of that century. The idea that fighting has been going on for thousands of years is constantly parroted about by, uh, the media I guess but, as far as I know, there’s no real basis in reality for the idea.

          • Tuna Ghost | Jul 22, 2011 at 2:04 am |

            The Jews fought the Romans, the Persians, and pretty much anybody else that tried to include them in their empire in that area (which is a long list).  

             http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_ancient_Israel_and_Judah

            Obviously the subject is enormous and detailed, but that’s as good a primer as any I think.

          • Tuna Ghost | Jul 22, 2011 at 2:08 am |

            P.S.  Bear in mind there is a historical narrative of Israel dating back thousands of years, not just a biblical one.  Starting with the Assyrians, the Jews stomped on or were stomped on by just about anyone that looked game for a fight.  

          • The push for a modern state of Israel only came in the previous century because for the previous 1500 years they were basically a persecuted minority stripped of rights by Christians and Islamists used as a scapegoat for anything bad that happened and only had the ability to reassert some kind of independence later.

            There’s also a shit ton of archaeological and historical evidence of the Jews’ having their own kingdom in the area of Modern day Israel up until 135, 1900 years ago before they were evicted by the Romans (and even then, they often still lived in the area).

        • Everyone was involved in wars back then, especially if you wanted independence back from whatever empire took you over. The Jews are interesting because they had internal struggles over the question of assimilation (There were groups who wanted to and groups that didn’t) and waged civil wars over the matter (particularly when the assimilated ones tried to force the others to assimilate). Most civilizations just took assimilation and ran with it and thus no longer exist.

    • Hadrian999 | Jul 21, 2011 at 12:20 pm |

      if they did Israel would suffer no consequences both the usa and u.n. would say absolutely nothing, Israel attacked  an unarmed U.S. navel vessel in internationals and absolutely no action was taken, Israel gets a free pass in everything they do.

      • O. Spengler | Jul 21, 2011 at 4:06 pm |

        The relationship between Israel and the US is like Munchausen syndrome by proxy on a state level. The Zionists hire/groom Muslim patsies to harm the US (case in point: Shin Bet agency ICTS International letting terrorists on planes to/in the US, etc.) in order to draw sympathy and attention back to poor, plucky little Israel.

      • Apparently you’re watching a different USA/UN than I am. Especially considering the USS Liberty was an accident according to all sides (at least anyone who’s not a conspiracy theorist painting some imaginary benefit to blowing up a friendly ship for no reason) that happened 44 years ago that Israel paid compensation to the US for already. Shit like that happens, deal.

        The only stuff Israel does that gets swept under the rug is anything that indicts the Arabs in the area. Like when they blew up the Syrian reactor and Syria started pretending nothing was wrong.

        • Hadrian999 | Jul 21, 2011 at 6:36 pm |

          it was an unprovoked attacked on a cargo hull in international waters, weather or not they knew it was a u.s. naval vessel is meaningless, the fact that they routinely use lethal force against helpless targets is what is important. Israel is a rogue nation that uses emotional blackmale to get it’s way if any nation besides Israel did the things they do they would be heavily sanctioned and probably get the same treatment as the Serbs, instead we wring our hands then give them hundreds of millions of military aid.

          • Do you really think that if an enemy ship was sailing around 30 miles off the coast in the middle of a war someone should just ignore it? International waters is an irrelevant factor if you’re in a war with another country (also meaning who cares if it’s unprovoked because you assume they’ll attack you first if they’re not waving a white flag). You’d sink an enemy ship regardless (unless it was a civilian ship, people usually leave those alone in war time) and for whatever reason, Israel confused the Liberty with an Egyptian naval vessel then apologized for the mistake. Big whoop. Plenty of nations have made worse mistakes and outright sunk civilian ships, some even on purpose.

          • Hadrian999 | Jul 22, 2011 at 11:13 am |

            my mistake, israel does no wrong, every non combatant and civilian they kill ok, i’m obviously an anti Semite for implying they could possibly ever be in the wrong about anything

          • Who said Israel does no wrong or that you’re anti-semitic? Typical straw man. You don’t have to believe Israel is some pure perfect angel to not buy into conspiracy theories that are way off base. Israel’s a country like every other country, stop acting as if there’s something magically different about it that makes it more evil to the point you have to warp everything Israel does into some massive conspiracy that doesn’t even make sense to begin with.

          • Hadrian999 | Jul 23, 2011 at 4:37 pm |

            I implied no conspiracy, the U.S.S. liberty is fact, put any other nation in their place can you imagine another nation murdering American servicemen and not only have absolutely action taken against them but receive hundreds of millions of American dollars annually and have politicians constantly fall all over themselves to kiss the ass of that country at every available instance. with current attempts to criminalize criticism of Israel in Canada  http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/ottawa-notebook/anti-semitism-on-the-rise-at-canadian-universities-committee-says/article2089680/ it is easy to see that israel is no real ally to anyone.

          • The USS Liberty incident is fact. The idea that it was a malicious plot to pointlessly murder Americans is the conspiracy.

        • Hadrian999 | Jul 21, 2011 at 6:36 pm |

          it was an unprovoked attacked on a cargo hull in international waters, weather or not they knew it was a u.s. naval vessel is meaningless, the fact that they routinely use lethal force against helpless targets is what is important. Israel is a rogue nation that uses emotional blackmale to get it’s way if any nation besides Israel did the things they do they would be heavily sanctioned and probably get the same treatment as the Serbs, instead we wring our hands then give them hundreds of millions of military aid.

        • E.B. Wolf | Jul 22, 2011 at 10:12 am |

          I guess some of the sailors on the Liberty as well as investigators into the attack must be conspiracy theorists.
           http://www.facebook.com/pages/Recognition-of-the-USS-Liberty/208546591932?sk=info

      • Tuna Ghost | Jul 21, 2011 at 11:46 pm |

        See, a decade ago I would have agreed that the US would say nothing and the UN would do nothing (being the helpless organization they are without US backing), but lately the US has been taking a firmer hand with Israel.  The benefits of letting Israel do as it pleases is starting to be superseded by the problems our relationship with them is causing for US interests in the area, thanks to Israel slowly growing more and more insane while US presence in the mideast grows.  

        Interesting note: the UN referandom that the US used as justification to invade Iraq has a clause that obligates the US to pursue a no-nuke zone in the mid-east.  Pressure has been put on Obama in this regard, who says he won’t pursue any no-nuke zone until there’s a peace plan on the table.  I had thought that this was a nice way of saying “not in a million fucking years” since the US has been blocking peace plans for the last 30 years, but then Obama called for Israel to back down to the 67 borders.  Is this the US suing for peace and taking a firm hand with Israel, letting them know that shit is not going to go on as in the past, or is it just lip-service to a peace plan that he’ll let fail so he doesn’t have to do shit about a no-nuke zone?  That way he can say “oh well I tried”.  

        I think it could go either way, really.  I’d like to believe Obama is actually going to get tough with Israel, I really would.  

    • They are super paranoid that their buddy Egypt is a mess, so is the rest of the Middle East and team USA is a sinking ship.  

  3. Been saying that ever since 2004. 

  4. Been saying that ever since 2004. 

  5. Tuna Ghost | Jul 21, 2011 at 3:09 pm |

    Oh lord, this better not fucking happen…I think there’s a chance the US wouldn’t even get behind them on this.  There’s absolutely no case for attacking Iran, all the reports done by the US say that Iran’s army is primarily defensive, and their military strategy is basically defending while attempting negotiations.  There is no hint of any aggressive tendencies, regardless of what El Presidente says.  The US can’t find any reason to attack, they’ve published reports saying as much.  

    Back in May, Chomsky predicted the US would take a firmer hand with Israel now that Israel’s sanity, tenuous at best, has been slipping away further and further and endangering several US interests (not to mention personnel) in the area with their bat-shit lunacy.  I was skeptical, but Obama’s 67 border plan seems to be in that vein…but there’s an equal chance of that just being lip-service to a peace plan in order to get out of having to pursue a no-nuke zone in that area.  I’d like to believe the former.

  6. Tuna Ghost | Jul 21, 2011 at 11:09 am |

    Oh lord, this better not fucking happen…I think there’s a chance the US wouldn’t even get behind them on this.  There’s absolutely no case for attacking Iran, all the reports done by the US say that Iran’s army is primarily defensive, and their military strategy is basically defending while attempting negotiations.  There is no hint of any aggressive tendencies, regardless of what El Presidente says.  The US can’t find any reason to attack, they’ve published reports saying as much.  

    Back in May, Chomsky predicted the US would take a firmer hand with Israel now that Israel’s sanity, tenuous at best, has been slipping away further and further and endangering several US interests (not to mention personnel) in the area with their bat-shit lunacy.  I was skeptical, but Obama’s 67 border plan seems to be in that vein…but there’s an equal chance of that just being lip-service to a peace plan in order to get out of having to pursue a no-nuke zone in that area.  I’d like to believe the former.

    • MoralDrift | Jul 22, 2011 at 1:50 am |

      I liked the comment, mostly because you used the term bat-shit lunacy….a term I earnestly love very deeply

  7. NeoTruth2012 | Jul 21, 2011 at 3:11 pm |

    Israel would not announce an attack any more than terrorists would announce what they are going to do. It’s the incompetent US Government preying upon the weak minded again. If you have an individual thought process, you will not fall victim to this silly propaganda. The US Government uses the weak minded to gain more control.

  8. NeoTruth2012 | Jul 21, 2011 at 3:11 pm |

    Israel would not announce an attack any more than terrorists would announce what they are going to do. It’s the incompetent US Government preying upon the weak minded again. If you have an individual thought process, you will not fall victim to this silly propaganda. The US Government uses the weak minded to gain more control.

  9. If they do this, the entire worlds economy gets THAT much shittier. I can’t see them getting away with it the way they did with Lebanon a few years ago…Too much at stake…

  10. If they do this, the entire worlds economy gets THAT much shittier. I can’t see them getting away with it the way they did with Lebanon a few years ago…Too much at stake…

  11. Tuna Ghost | Jul 21, 2011 at 4:07 pm |

    Israel didn’t announce it, guy.  You didn’t….you didn’t actually read the article, did you?  

  12. Tuna Ghost | Jul 21, 2011 at 12:07 pm |

    Israel didn’t announce it, guy.  You didn’t….you didn’t actually read the article, did you?  

    • Not to mention they’ve explicitly denied it. There has to be some clear cut reason why they would do it. I haven’t seen any beyond the standard conspiracies that the Arab media throws out.

    • LOL…use your head.

      • Tuna Ghost | Jul 26, 2011 at 10:04 am |

        So, join you in the mental gymnastics that led you to your conclusion?  Tell you what, explain them to me and I’ll give it a shot.  

  13. DeepCough | Jul 21, 2011 at 4:19 pm |

    Y’know what, I think it will happen, because the whole point of Israel was to put American influence in the Middle East, and the reason why the Jews are so hated is due to their alliance with the United States.

  14. Hadrian999 | Jul 21, 2011 at 4:20 pm |

    if they did Israel would suffer no consequences both the usa and u.n. would say absolutely nothing, Israel attacked  an unarmed U.S. navel vessel in internationals and absolutely no action was taken, Israel gets a free pass in everything they do.

  15. “A snail along a straight razor-dividing itself through motion, I charge this feeble product of god. Laughing, drenched in the bile of millions. Chewing on the stinking flesh of the crown of creation” Jens Kidman

    Meshuggah – I http://pl.st/s/380571921

  16. jasonpaulhayes | Jul 21, 2011 at 12:55 pm |

    “A snail along a straight razor-dividing itself through motion, I charge this feeble product of god. Laughing, drenched in the bile of millions. Chewing on the stinking flesh of the crown of creation” Jens Kidman

    Meshuggah – I http://pl.st/s/380571921

  17. If they do, I would hope that the US would stand down and not get involved. I have a nagging suspicion, though, that the US is the instigator in this.

  18. If they do, I would hope that the US would stand down and not get involved. I have a nagging suspicion, though, that the US is the instigator in this.

  19. O. Spengler | Jul 21, 2011 at 8:06 pm |

    The relationship between Israel and the US is like Munchausen syndrome by proxy on a state level. The Zionists hire/groom Muslim patsies to harm the US (case in point: Shin Bet agency ICTS International letting terrorists on planes to/in the US, etc.) in order to draw sympathy and attention back to poor, plucky little Israel.

  20. let em fuckin do it and get this shit over with… let all the fucking wars start ASAP to get this shit over with.. im sick and tired of all these fucking games.  do it.  i dare you.  

  21. let em fuckin do it and get this shit over with… let all the fucking wars start ASAP to get this shit over with.. im sick and tired of all these fucking games.  do it.  i dare you.  

  22. Noise with someone barking in the background?

  23. Anonymous | Jul 21, 2011 at 10:09 pm |

    The Jews have been hated for a lot longer than there’s been a United States. That’s purely convenient. People will probably hate them no matter what or who they align themselves with.

  24. Anonymous | Jul 21, 2011 at 10:14 pm |

    Apparently you’re watching a different USA/UN than I am. Especially considering the USS Liberty was an accident according to all sides (at least anyone who’s not a conspiracy theorist painting some imaginary benefit to blowing up a friendly ship for no reason) that happened 44 years ago that Israel paid compensation to the US for already. Shit like that happens, deal.

  25. Hadrian999 | Jul 21, 2011 at 10:36 pm |

    tit was an unprovoked attacked on a cargo hull in international waters, weather or not they knew it was a u.s. naval vessel is meaningless, the fact that they routinely use lethal force against helpless targets is what is important. Israel is a rogue nation that uses emotional blackmale to get it’s way if any nation besides Israel did the things they do they would be heavily sanctioned and probably get the same treatment as the Serbs, instead we make wring our hands then give them hundreds of millions of military aid.

  26. Tuna Ghost | Jul 22, 2011 at 3:46 am |

    See, a decade ago I would have agreed that the US would say nothing and the UN would do nothing (being the helpless organization they are without US backing), but lately the US has been taking a firmer hand with Israel.  The benefits of letting Israel do as it pleases is starting to be superseded by the problems our relationship with them is causing for US interests in the area, thanks to Israel slowly growing more and more insane while US presence in the mideast grows.  

    Interesting note: the UN referandom that the US used as justification to invade Iraq has a clause that obligates the US to pursue a no-nuke zone in the mid-east.  Pressure has been put on Obama in this regard, who says he won’t pursue any no-nuke zone until there’s a peace plan on the table.  I had thought that this was a nice way of saying “not in a million fucking years” since the US has been blocking peace plans for the last 30 years, but then Obama called for Israel to back down to the 67 borders.  Is this the US suing for peace and taking a firm hand with Israel, letting them know that shit is not going to go on as in the past, or is it just lip-service to a peace plan that he’ll let fail so he doesn’t have to do shit about a no-nuke zone?  That way he can say “oh well I tried”.  

    I think it could go either way, really.  I’d like to believe Obama is actually going to get tough with Israel, I really would.  

  27. Tuna Ghost | Jul 22, 2011 at 3:49 am |

    Well that doesn’t explain the fighting thousands of years before the US even existed, unfortunately.  Israel existed over 2,000 years ago and it was still involved in wars and whatnot.  The Jews simply refuse to be assimilated.  

  28. DeepCough | Jul 22, 2011 at 4:44 am |

    Well, in this event, the Jews are being used to manipulate fundamentalist Christians in support a war in the Middle East because they believe, according to the Book of Revelation, that a war on the hill of Armageddon will bring back Jesus.

  29. Misinformation | Jul 22, 2011 at 5:44 am |

    I’m curious as to who was fighting whom “thousands of years before the US even existed”? Israel in it’s current incarnation only really became a mass movement around the turn of the previous century. And, of course, became a state in the middle of that century. The idea that fighting has been going on for thousands of years is constantly parroted about by, uh, the media I guess but, as far as I know, there’s no real basis in reality for the idea.

  30. Misinformation | Jul 22, 2011 at 5:44 am |

    I’m curious as to who was fighting whom “thousands of years before the US even existed”? Israel in it’s current incarnation only really became a mass movement around the turn of the previous century. And, of course, became a state in the middle of that century. The idea that fighting has been going on for thousands of years is constantly parroted about by, uh, the media I guess but, as far as I know, there’s no real basis in reality for the idea.

  31. Anonymous | Jul 22, 2011 at 5:47 am |

    why don’t they stop being fucking assholes….

  32. Anonymous | Jul 22, 2011 at 5:50 am |

    I liked the comment, mostly because you used the term bat-shit lunacy….a term I earnestly love very deeply

  33. Tuna Ghost | Jul 22, 2011 at 6:04 am |

    The Jews fought the Romans, the Persians, and pretty much anybody else that tried to include them in their empire in that area (which is a long list).  

     http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_ancient_Israel_and_Judah

    Obviously the subject is enormous and detailed, but that’s as good a primer as any I think.

  34. Tuna Ghost | Jul 22, 2011 at 6:08 am |

    P.S.  Bear in mind there is a historical narrative of Israel dating back thousands of years, not just a biblical one.  Starting with the Assyrians, the Jews stomped on or were stomped on by just about anyone that looked game for a fight.  

  35. Tuna Ghost | Jul 22, 2011 at 6:11 am |

    It’s not quite that simple, I’m afraid, although present circumstances may lead one to think so.  

  36. Anonymous | Jul 22, 2011 at 8:07 am |

    Do you really think that if an enemy ship was sailing around 30 miles off the coast in the middle of a war someone should just ignore it? International waters is an irrelevant factor if you’re in a war with another country (also meaning who cares if it’s unprovoked because you assume they’ll attack you first if they’re not waving a white flag). You’d sink an enemy ship regardless (unless it was a civilian ship, people usually leave those alone in war time) and for whatever reason, Israel confused the Liberty with an Egyptian naval vessel then apologized for the mistake. Big whoop. Plenty of nations have made worse mistakes and outright sunk civilian ships, some even on purpose.

  37. Anonymous | Jul 22, 2011 at 8:15 am |

    The push for a modern state of Israel only came in the previous century because for the previous 1500 years they were basically a persecuted minority stripped of rights by Christians and Islamists used as a scapegoat for anything bad that happened and only had the ability to reassert some kind of independence later.

    There’s also a shit ton of archaeological and historical evidence of the Jews’ having their own kingdom in the area of Modern day Israel up until 135, 1900 years ago before they were evicted by the Romans (and even then, they often still lived in the area).

  38. Anonymous | Jul 22, 2011 at 8:17 am |

    Everyone was involved in wars back then, especially if you wanted independence back from whatever empire took you over. The Jews are interesting because they had internal struggles over the question of assimilation (There were groups who wanted to and groups that didn’t) and waged civil wars over the matter (particularly when the assimilated ones tried to force the others to assimilate). Most civilizations just took assimilation and ran with it and thus no longer exist.

  39. Anonymous | Jul 22, 2011 at 8:22 am |

    I’m guessing when the Arabs/Muslims stop making it their life goals to destroy them regardless of what they do and start accepting that they won’t go away, basically like the Christians did not too long ago.

  40. Anonymous | Jul 22, 2011 at 8:24 am |

    Not to mention they’ve explicitly denied it. There has to be some clear cut reason why they would do it. I haven’t seen any beyond the standard conspiracies that the Arab media throws out.

  41. LOL…use your head.

  42. E.B. Wolf | Jul 22, 2011 at 2:12 pm |

    I guess some of the sailors on the Liberty as well as investigators into the attack must be conspiracy theorists.
     http://www.facebook.com/pages/Recognition-of-the-USS-Liberty/208546591932?sk=info

  43. Hadrian999 | Jul 22, 2011 at 3:13 pm |

    my mistake, israel does no wrong, every non combatant and civilian they kill ok, i’m obviously an anti Semite for implying they could possibly ever be in the wrong about anything

  44. Just ironic that this is posted here- since this is clearly a disinfo campaign. just a scare tactic- complete BS. and obviously reported in Al Jazeera!

    the more exposure this gets the more likely it will come true. Stop manifesting lies in hope of war.

    Peace out

  45. Just ironic that this is posted here- since this is clearly a disinfo campaign. just a scare tactic- complete BS. and obviously reported in Al Jazeera!

    the more exposure this gets the more likely it will come true. Stop manifesting lies in hope of war.

    Peace out

  46. Skullfaceflamenco | Jul 22, 2011 at 7:47 pm |

    And disinformation will attack our intelligence today.

  47. Skullfaceflamenco | Jul 22, 2011 at 3:47 pm |

    And disinformation will attack our intelligence today.

  48.  Because team USA gives them tons of money to be assholes 🙂

  49. I’m sad, you have fallen for the made up PR hate campaign too 🙁

  50. They are super paranoid that their buddy Egypt is a mess, so is the rest of the Middle East and team USA is a sinking ship.  

  51. Anonymous | Jul 23, 2011 at 8:06 pm |

    Who said Israel does no wrong or that you’re anti-semitic? Typical straw man. You don’t have to believe Israel is some pure perfect angel to not buy into conspiracy theories that are way off base. Israel’s a country like every other country, stop acting as if there’s something magically different about it that makes it more evil to the point you have to warp everything Israel does into some massive conspiracy that doesn’t even make sense to begin with.

  52. Anonymous | Jul 23, 2011 at 8:11 pm |

    Who made up the campaign? Muslims? Because they’re pretty open about what they believe. I’ve lived in the Middle East for several years and I’ve definitely learned never to trust western media about this place because they have no idea what they’re talking about and warp how things are on the ground to suit their propaganda.

  53. Hadrian999 | Jul 23, 2011 at 8:37 pm |

    I implied no conspiracy, the U.S.S. liberty is fact, put any other nation in their place can you imagine another nation murdering American servicemen and not only have absolutely action taken against them but receive hundreds of millions of American dollars annually and have politicians constantly fall all over themselves to kiss the ass of that country at every available instance. with current attempts to criminalize criticism of Israel in Canada  http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/ottawa-notebook/anti-semitism-on-the-rise-at-canadian-universities-committee-says/article2089680/ it is easy to see that israel is no real ally to anyone.

  54. Ironaddict06 | Jul 24, 2011 at 3:03 am |

    I’ll take Bob Baer’s bet.  Bob you have the beginng of fall to December 21, first day of winter. 

  55. Ironaddict06 | Jul 23, 2011 at 11:03 pm |

    I’ll take Bob Baer’s bet.  Bob you have the beginng of fall to December 21, first day of winter. 

  56. Anonymous | Jul 24, 2011 at 10:29 am |

    The USS Liberty incident is fact. The idea that it was a malicious plot to pointlessly murder Americans is the conspiracy.

  57. Sooner or later one of these predictions are going to come true. Even a stopped clock is right twice a day. Really folks the Israel of today is not the Israel of yesterday. If you remember just a short time ago Hezbollah gave Israel a run for the money.

  58. Sooner or later one of these predictions are going to come true. Even a stopped clock is right twice a day. Really folks the Israel of today is not the Israel of yesterday. If you remember just a short time ago Hezbollah gave Israel a run for the money.

  59. Tuna Ghost | Jul 26, 2011 at 2:00 pm |

    Actually, there have been several legitimate polls done in the area showing that the general populace of the mideast considers Israel the biggest threat in the area (not without cause, obviously).  

  60. Tuna Ghost | Jul 26, 2011 at 2:00 pm |

    Actually, there have been several legitimate polls done in the area showing that the general populace of the mideast considers Israel the biggest threat in the area (not without cause, obviously).  

  61. Tuna Ghost | Jul 26, 2011 at 2:04 pm |

    So, join you in the mental gymnastics that led you to your conclusion?  Tell you what, explain them to me and I’ll give it a shot.  

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