Thursday, October 13, 2011

The Iranian Plot Against the Saudi Embassy

Yesterday the U.S. government announced that it had foiled an attempt by Iran to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington D.C. and bomb both the Saudi and Israeli embassies. According to reports, the Iranians coordinated with Latin American drug cartels in their efforts to stage the attack, but were prevented from carrying out their plans after making contact with an undercover federal agent.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video report from SUN TV:


Anonymous said...

Here's my working theory:

1. Upon becoming a nuclear power, Israel implements a deterrent effect by informing its Muslim neighbors that the entire mid-East will become a big glass sheet if Israel is ever attacked by via nuclear arms.

2. Based on Mohammed's example, Israel's Muslim Arab supremacist neighbors are happy to harass and murder mid-East Jews and eliminate the state of Israel - but unready to experience total obliteration.

3. Iran gets a Platonic Islamic theocracy and its new leadership publicly announces that total obliteration to 1) create the worldwide ummah, and 2) hasten the entrance of the Madhi to save the world, is Sharia-compliant and, better yet, fully desirable to Allah.

"In order to save the world, it must be in a state of chaos and subjugation."

"Allah’s designated Mahdi is the only one who demands a violent path to conquer the world. Mr. Ahmadinejad, and his cabinet, say they have a ‘signed contract’ with al Mahdi in which they pledge themselves to his work."

12th Imam

4. Israel - and by extension - its Muslim neighbors now have a BIG problem because Iran is not only ready to experience total obliteration - but also because Muslim Persian supremacists utterly despise Muslim Arab supremacists (and vice versa).

5. Along comes the Muslim Persian nuclear program which is making everyone in the mid-East awfully nervous about the awful prospect of total obliteration.

6. Israel and its Muslim Arab neighbors need to solve the Muslim Persian nuclear problem by working together - without the Muslims appearing to work with Israel.

7. Israel needs to dismantle the Muslim Persian nuclear problem without triggering a separate mid-East war with Arab Muslims.

8. If Muslim Persian supremacists were to be seen to be violently targeting and attacking Muslim Arab supremacist leaders at home and abroad in the United States, then Muslim Arab supremacists and their American Marxist friends would have political cover to look the other way if the non-Muslim Jews of Israel target and attack fellow Muslim "brothers" in order to dismantle the Muslim Persian nuclear program.

9. Other than the Muslim Turkish supremacists (aka Western NATO partners!) attacking Israel to retaliate for an attack against fellow Muslim Persian brothers, what could possibly go wrong?!

10. Problem solved - until the next problem.

Thanks for the help Russia and China....

Iran’s nuclear program helped by China, Russia

Oh, my bad! Then, again, the USA has some blood on its hands here, too. :)

Lawrence said...

This Iranian plot against the Saudi Ambassador doesn't seem to be that credible a threat if we really look at the incompetent person they accuse.

Is it coincidence that Eric Holder has suddenly decided to talk about an investigation painting him and his minions in a positive light? Keeping in mind there are many such investigations occurring on a variety of levels that we aren't told about... so why are we being informed of this one?

I wonder if it has something to do with Holder's bad press over the exposure of his failed Fast & Furious gun-running fiasco to drug lords in Mexico. People complained for years about American guns in the hands of Mexican cartels, but come to find out it was our own security officers under direct supervision of the Attorney General's office funneling the guns. They tried to find one single gun dealer funneling guns, and found none. They discovered that Mexican cartels can buy guns cheaper from other sources and have no need to smuggle them from the U.S.

The stench of corruption is all over Eric Holder's failed Fast & Furious boondoggle against the very cartels in question.