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    • Vittorio Antonio
    • 27.10.12 | 08:00 (IST)

    Since the events of 9/11, thousands of structural engineers, architects, physicists, chemists, and demolition experts as an organized group have raised issues which in no small way demonstrate that the official U.S. Commission Report on 9/11 failed to address innumerable facts which if included would have opened a whole new can of worms. If you recall GW Bush called up a "coalition of the willing" that began the military invasion of Afghanistan, and soon after, came the invasion of Iraq under the guise of false intelligence re: Iraq's possession of WMDs, England played a significant role in the accumulation of false intelligence, and against the mass rejection of its population, joined the U.S. in an illegal war. It is unlikely that there is going to be another "coalition of the willing" including Britain and other EU states ready to join America and Israel in another illegal war. Consequently, the burden of an attack on Iran will be carried by by the U.S. Iran has not attacked another nation in over 200 years, and it is unlikely that Iran would attack either Israel or the U.S. What is at stake is Israel's fear of losing its hegemonic edge in the region not an attack by Iran. It would do Israel and the U.S. well to understand that its bullying days are over.

    from the article: Britain says opposed to military strike on Iran 'at this moment'
    First published 20:58 26.10.12 | Last updated 20:58 26.10.12
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