War seems imminent

5 Sep

Found this article

Ex CIA agent in Iran’s Revolutionary Guards confirms Obama administration has ordered a MASSIVE BUILDUP of U.S. forces in the  Gulf STARTING with Carrier Strike Group 10, headed by the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier. Just last Friday an armada of more than 12 U.S. and Israeli warships passed through the Suez canal amid extreme security provided by Egypt. The ships are headed for the Red Sea and from there to the Gulf. ANOTHER FOUR U.S. warships will be making their way to the region to join the STRIKE GROUP. The Americans have also conducted joint air and naval strike practices with France and the U.K. under the command of American forces, while GERMANY IS SENDING WARSHIPS TO THE AREA, also under the command of American forces.

Both Israel and the U.S. HAVE positioned nuclear-armed submarines in the region. Israel has conducted multiple tests on its missile defense systems to protect its citizens once war breaks out. U.S. and Israeli Special Forces have been deployed inside Iran to investigate potential targets and gauge the willingness of Iranians to overthrow the current regime.

So, at first, I thought, nah, never going to happen but this could be true.

If you twitter and search, ‘kuwait’… you will be shocked at the number of soldiers that are actually using twitter and probably giving out more information than they should. Why did 15,000 leave the states yesterday, due to arrive in Kuwait, today?

Why have Kuwait bought more missiles?

Why did Obama pull troops out of Iraq when it is still unstable? He needs them elsewhere??

I think this is something that we all need to keep a close eye on, keep our passports with us at all times and be ready to get our families out if need be… Drastic you may think but I don’t want to be stuck here when Iran lets off a nuclear bomb. No thanks 🙂

anyway, all this is one person’s fault………….and nothing can be done now.

Oh and one other thing……….. Obama said, Iraq is now secure, troops can leave……..

check out this video. LMAO Look VERY secure. Right?

Update: just found this, interesting…

Unless the reports carry an arithmetical error, the United States sold to Israel an enormous stock of a million tons of JP-8 aviation fuel.

The choice of JP-8 makes sense for an autumn strike because the fuel’s flash point of 38 degrees Celsius make it dangerous to carry in external tanks on long-range flights in summer.

Shelf life of JP-8 is 18 months, but guidelines suggest using it within 8 months. The limitation is especially important for long-range flights from Israel to Iran. Presumably, Israel will receive the American stocks from Iraq, which were produced earlier. The IAF would have 4-6 months to use the fuel.

The amount of fuel suffices for all the IAF jets to fly to Iran 400 times each. So it’s either we’re gearing towards an all-out war, or there is a reporting error, or perhaps the Americans dumped their excess fuel on us at subsidized prices.

You can find more here

This is really scary, I hope nothing does happen. Allah Yastir 😦

4 Responses to “War seems imminent”

  1. hoboduke September 5, 2010 at 12:36 pm #

    Let’s take a moment to think about what’s stupid. The void of activity engaging Iran, the fact that it took 15 months to propose a few sanctions, and the fact that nobody knows if the President in the White House has a clue on confronting Iran makes stupid or lazy applicable. Of course the same needs to be said about North Korea. Word War III will begin as our President watches his inept bungling rewarded by the last great war.

    • babbleq8 September 5, 2010 at 2:21 pm #

      15months to propose a few sanctions … indeed.. and as for the President… Obama only pulled the troops out of Iraq to put them elsewhere.
      He doesn’t know his ass from his elbow. Another Bush.

      • hoboduke September 5, 2010 at 2:47 pm #

        B.O. in the hand is not worth 2 years of Bush. Give me Bush for all his dumb mistakes.

      • babbleq8 September 5, 2010 at 3:18 pm #

        well, it’s because of Bush we are in this situation…

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