frandroid: (doomsday clock)
Under the current administration, it is increasingly difficult to know who the enemy is, but what is certain is that the latest National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) is a brilliantly executed psychological warfare by way of misinformation. This dastardly plan is so devious that even the anti-war groups are jubilant at its release, and they are naively sharing its contents. Perhaps non are as enthusiastic about the report as the most powerful lobby group in America hostile to Iran.

The NIE claims that ‘Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003’. This report now in circulation, and being repeated by every media outlet, and as importantly, by way of word of mouth, is giving credibility to the warmongers that Iran actually had a nuclear weapons program, with the idea that ‘repetition begets belief’. Drumming home a false message, the White House will get the justification it needs to impose further sanctions, with the idea of escalating into a war.

Repeat after me:

Iran has never had a nuclear weapons programme.
Iran has never had a nuclear weapons programme.
Iran has never had a nuclear weapons programme.
frandroid: Stephen Colbert giving a thumbs up in from of the American Flag (Colbert)

U.S.-speculated Canadian "spy coin" was Poppy quarter

"filled with something man-made that looked like nano-technology"

The POINT of nano-technology is that you cannot see it. Duh!

They did look at the coin with a high-powered microscope, but still. So much for American intelligence! We're really under the radar here, we should exploit this situation­.

Help me find with a cheeky LJ tag for "intelligence".


frandroid: YPG logo, Syrian Kurdish defense forces (Default)

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