9/11 was used as the pretext to launch the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq that “Tel Aviv” had stringently lobbied for.
Wednesday’s report by corporate media outlet Yahoo News, outlining alleged plans by Iran to assassinate senior US officials, including former President Donald Trump, in retaliation for the January 2020 drone strike killing of Qasem Soleimani, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp’s elite Quds Force unit, should come as little surprise to onlookers.
Indeed, following the assassination of the Iranian General, the Islamic Republic responded by firing a barrage of ballistic missiles at the US Ain al-Asad airbase in neighbouring Iraq, leaving 110 US servicemen with ‘traumatic brain injuries’ according to The White House, a euphemism for deaths according to Tehran.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi also reiterated in January of this year that unless Trump and then-US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are handed over for trial – an admittedly highly-unlikely scenario – that Tehran would pursue revenge through other means, leaving no doubt as to the lengths that the Islamic Republic is prepared to go in order to avenge its’ foremost military commander.
The timing of Wednesday’s ‘leak’ however, cannot be described as anything less than suspicious.
On the same day, US President Joe Biden marked his first official visit to the Middle East when he touched down in Israel, with “Tel Aviv” being a long-time opponent of Iran since the 1979 Islamic Revolution saw the US and UK-backed Shah Pahlavi overthrown and replaced with the anti-Western and anti-Zionist Ayatollah Khomeini.
The seemingly main theme of Biden’s fleeting visit to “Israel” was the containment of Iran within the region, with the US leader and Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid signing a joint strategic declaration affirming that the Washington would use ‘all elements of its national power’ to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, in spite of the production of such weapons being strictly prohibited in the Islamic Republic owing to a fatwa issued by Ayatollah Khameni.
This markedly more belligerent tone that Biden has taken towards Iran as a result of his Israeli visit, and the ‘leaking’ of the alleged Iranian assassination plot on the same day, would suggest that the current US administration is now on a trajectory where conflict with Iran may become a distinct possibility, and that the aforementioned intelligence report may, in fact, be foreshadowing a false flag operation intended to create that very scenario.
Indeed, the involvement of Israeli intelligence in false flag operations intended to lead the United States into wars on behalf of “Israel” has a recent enough history.
On the morning of September 11th, 2001, as planes crashed into the World Trade Centre, a New Jersey housewife noticed another worrying sight from her apartment window.
Three young men, kneeling on the roof of a removals van in the apartment block’s car park, appeared to be in a celebratory mood in spite of the utter chaos unfolding in front of them, dancing and high-fiving each other and even taking photos as the Towers collapsed.
Reporting this incident as well the vehicle’s registration number to the authorities, the van would be stopped by armed police later that afternoon, with 5 men, aged between 22 and 27, detained.
To the puzzlement of authorities, the men turned out to be Israeli citizens, with the driver of the van, Sivan Kurzberg, announcing upon his arrest “We are Israeli. We are not your problem. Your problems are our problems. The Palestinians are the problem.”
In what would arouse suspicion even further from the arresting, $4,700 in cash was discovered on one of the men and two foreign passports were found on another. Box cutters similar to those used by the 9/11 hijackers were also found in the van, as well as traces of explosives.
Having obtained a warrant to search the premises of the men’s employer, Urban Moving System, the FBI would question the firm’s owner, Dominick Suter, also an Israeli citizen, who would initially cooperate with their inquiries before hastily leaving the United States three days later without carrying out a planned follow-up interview.
After 71 days in custody, and following an intervention from the then-Bush administration, the five men, who would become known as the Dancing Israelis, were released and deported back to Israel, where they would later confirm in an interview that they were intelligence operatives, part of a larger Mossad spy ring exposed after 9/11, sent to ‘document the event’.
Indeed, that very event would prove highly beneficial to Israeli interests, with 9/11 being used as the pretext to launch the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq that “Tel Aviv” had stringently lobbied for, the 2011 Syrian regime change operation also supported by Israel, and now, with the possibility that Mossad may stage a false flag operation in the US involving the assassination of senior US officials, a potential devastating war with Iran.