Thursday, August 11, 2005

U.S. to grab Iranian province after bombing nuclear sites?


Who is to be invaded next? Is it Saudi Arabia, Syria or Iran? According to Wayne Madsen it may be Iran.

Madsen writes, on 10 August 2005, that the U.S. is prepared to grab the oil rich Iranian province of Khuzestan 'after saturation bombing of Iranian nuclear, chemical, and command, control, communications & intelligence targets.'

Madsen claims that 'sources within the German Federal Intelligence Service ( BND)' are reporting that 'the Bush administration has drawn up plans to hit Iran's nuclear, other WMD, and military sites with heavy saturation bombing using bunker buster bombs and tactical nuclear weapons.

'The attack will be coordinated with urban and rural critical infrastructure sabotage carried out by elements of the People's Mujaheddin (MEK), Pentagon Special Operations units, and other Iranian dissident groups.'

Has there been a leak?

Madsen explains that 'the German intelligence comes from classified briefings provided by elements within the CIA that are concerned the neocons in the Bush administration will, in attacking Iran, set off a chain of events that will lead to world war.

'Intelligence on U.S. plans to attack Iran has also been passed by CIA agents to counterparts in France, Britain, Canada, and Australia.'

According to Madsen, the Bush plans for Iran involve grabbing Iran's southwestern Khuzestan Province, where most of Iran's oil reserves and refineries are located.

Khuzestan has a Shia Arab population that has links with Shias in Iraq. Khuzestan was annexed by Persia after World war One.

Madsen writes that the Bush plans involves a U.S. invasion across the Iraqi border and from naval forces in the Persian Gulf.

This will be 'in answer to an appeal for assistance from the Al Ahwaz Popular Democratic Front and Liberation Organization rebel forces in Khuzestan, which will declare an independent Arab state of the Democratic Republic of Ahwaz.'

Madsen claims there are also plans to create rebellions among Iran's other minorities, including Azeris and Turkmenis in the oil-rich Caspian Sea region, Iranian Kurds along the Iraqi and Turkish borders and Baluchis along the border with Pakistan.

Madsen writes: 'The neo-con plan seeks to separate Iran from its oil resources and create an "Irani triangle" centered around Teheran, Isfahan, Qom, and other historically Persian centers.

'In anticipation of the U.S. attack, the spy sub USS Jimmy Carter has placed taps on undersea communications cables in the Persian Gulf that carry Iranian commercial, diplomatic, and military traffic. In addition, Task Force 121 covert paramilitary forces have scouted Iran using the cover of journalists and businessmen to pinpoint military targets.'



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