Like I said, if they have evidence, we will eventually see it. The whole thing sounds a bit fishy to me though. That's why I'm wondering if the dog's tail will soon be getting a bit sore.
Even iif Amadjihad swore on a stack of Korans that he and his government were responsible for the plot the Left would still not believe it possible. Excuses would range from US economic pressure, the usual 'root causes', or that the US was somehow secretly behind it anyway. It would be the same old same old.
i can only look at which states would have any motivation to give the appearance that there was a plot to murder the saudi envoy
if there is EVIDENCE that it was iranian government directed, then we have no need to look elsewhere
but from what i have been able to glean, there is no evidence of iranian government involvement. i believe if we had such documentation we would have broadcast it immediately for all the world to see
the absence of such evidence then causes me to wonder which state might have a motivation to effect such a false flag operation
i get itFor someone who was throwing out rather bold faced unverified guesses earlier you like to jump up and demand proof from other poeple make their guesses
your unproven speculation that it is iran trumps my unproven speculation that it could be israel and/or the house of saud
why is that?
Meanwhile, a brief synopsis.
Bolder Iran ups ante in 30-year secret war
Last edited by Objective Voice; 10-13-11 at 03:29 PM.
Thanks, glad to have that confirmed.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
tells us that iranian forces assist forces that are in opposition to israeli/israeli-ally forces
wow. such useful propaganda. the article expresses amazement that the persians of iran would have the temerity to defend their nation's interests
and why would they question USA motives. after all, we only deposed their popular, democratially elected government in 1953. and we replaced him with a despotic ruler. we insist that we support and defend democratically elected governments, but notice how we then topple them. look at allende in argentina, chavez in nicaragua, and hamas in gaza as other prominent examples where we actually exhibit opposition to democratic election results
and our reason for deposing the elected leader of iran. he was going to nationalize the oil holdings in his country and use the proceeds to help his people. big oil could not have that and neither could that democratic USA government. so we toppled him, inserted our puppet and trained savak to repress the iranian opposition
what i find amazing is that the persian people still like and admire America. not so much our government's motivations and actions over there, however