NIE Report 2010 on Iran

The Israeli leaders and their western laptop poodle crying for a military solution to Iran’s nuclear program remind me Jewish writer Theodor Kaufman, who in 1941 wrote: Germany must perish, even though Germany had not declared war on United States. A similar Zionist call for the destruction of Islamic Iran is being voiced almost every day, even though Tehran has not threatened the US or the Zionist entity with military attack. On the other hand, the US has already occupied two of Iran’s neighboring countries, Afghanistan and Iraq while the Zionist entity has invaded all its Arab neighboring countries since 1948.

According to Philip Giraldi, a former CIA counter-terrorism official, the abducted Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri told his CIA handlers that Tehran has no nuclear bomb program. However, that did not stop CIA director Leon Panetta predicting for the benefit of his Zionist handlers on ABC’s “This Week” program on June 27, 2010 that Tehran would have two nuclear bombs by 2012. He admitted that his agency’s source of information was Israeli Mossad. I guess the dude did not know that Tel aviv have 240-400 nuclear bombs since 1970s.

In 2007, the US National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) report contradicted Dubya Bush’s claim that Iran is developing nuclear weapons (he made a similar lie about Iraq in 2002). NIE confirmed that Tehran abandoned its military nuclear program in 2003. This made both Washington and Tel aviv furious. The Mossad called it “flawed” (like Ahmadinejad’s 2009 victory) and wanted it to be revised (like the recent IAEA report) in order to make a ‘war case’ against Iran.

The 2010 NIE report is put on hold because its draft continues to endorse the 2007 report. There has been no retreat from the key historical judgement that the Islamic Republic halted its nuclear weapon program in 2003 and no advance to a conclusion that Tehran has decided to develop nuclear weapons.

In January 2010, US Defense Spy Chief, Lt. Gen. Ronald Burgess admitted that Tehran has not decided to develop a nuclear bomb: “The bottomline assessments of the NIE (2007) still hold true. We have not seen indication that the (Iranian) government has made the decision to move ahead with the program”.

As expected, the Zionist Occupied Government (ZOG) in Washington is not going let the US public find out the true judgement of the new NIE report because that would certainly foil its intended invasion of the Islamic Republic on the orders of its masters in Tel Aviv.

On October 14, 2010, Philip Giraldi suggested the following statement should be issued by the White House press secretary Robert Gibbs. The suggested statement is much closer to the truth on ground but is not going to make to the press as long as the American wage their own Intifada against the Israel Lobby.

“Even though we have no hard evidence that Iran has a nuclear arms program we have decided that since Tehran has not been completely forthcoming on some aspects of its nuclear energy program it might be intending to develop a weapon. The White House is under constant pressure from Israel and its supporters in congress and the media to do something about the threat from Iran, so we have asked the CIA to prepare a document that will enable us to bomb Iran if we decide it is politically expedient to do so. Or alternatively not to bomb Iran if we decide not to do so because, in our judgment, the voters cannot stomach another war. The decision on what to do about Iran will be based on what happens in midterm elections next month and on a White House assessment of what has to be done to insure the re-election of President Obama. That might require a new war or maybe not, but rest assured that it will have nothing to do with the genuine threat that Iran might actually pose and nothing to do with any balance of power in the world or vital American national interests. It will all come down to appeasing the Israel Lobby and managing the election cycle. Thank you.”

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