Just been wondering if the 15 British soldiers captured by Iran is actually part of a UK/USA plan to invade Iran. I figure that the soldiers have say been ordered to go into Iran waters, with the British government knowing that they will most likely be detected and captured. The GPS is falsified so it looks as if the british soldiers were never in Iran territory. The capture of british soldiers starts off a diplomatic 'war' which is currently going on at the moment. Today president bush has stepped in saying its unacceptable that Iran are holding these soldiers.
After the massive WMD in Iraq failure the last thing Bush and Blair need is another dodgy excuse to invade another country. We know that Bush is eager to get his hands on Iran and Blair generally goes along with Bush's plans. The 'illegal capture' of the soliders, and knowing Iran will not give them up without a fight, might just be the provication needed to start a war on Iran.
What you all think?
Re: Iran conspiracy??
Iran has been the prize all along. From the onset of 9/11 and our invading Afghanistan and Iraq the push has been to destabilize Iran through war or politics in order to allow the oil pipeline to run through Iran and forego the current need to ship oil around Africa.
Iran's interest and development of nuclear power is hardly the problem. Since 1985 the largest empirical interests france, germany the UK and the US and Israel have exploded over 2000 nuclear tests, and even now the US has begun updating their older nuclear ordinace in the face of the NPT.
At the same time...Iran is prohibited by sanction the same rights given the Ethno-centric empire to simply develope a consumer driven alernative enegry from this same science.
It's like telling them that they have no right to take part in the simple physics of Newton's theory.
The science is there...the knowledge is avaialable and yet it is being dictated to the Iranians that they, and they alone are not equally entitled to the same access to exisiting sciences that the western empire is entitled to.
Who could stand for that?
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