Iran Set Up By US For Something Soon? Seen Some Of These Strange Stories?
Flatten us -- with a flippin' feather duster.
Who'da hell'da thunked it, eh?
Isn't this all so strange?
That the bombs/armaments/explosives/etc, supposedly made in Iran and being sent to Iraq are all quite clearly marked in the English language? And that any accompanying numerals are also English/(Roman), ones?
(snip) ..... there have been a number of news reports over the last year expressing scepticism, even among military personnel, about the link to Iran.
The Washington Post reported last October that British troops in the south doubted the claim.
A year ago, the London Times said that British officers in Basra had stopped making any such claim, saying only that the technology matched bomb-making found elsewhere in the Middle East, including Lebanon and Syria.
Top American General Disputes US Military Claim on IranSometimes, certain things seem sooo strange that they're almost spooky -- eh?
By Al Pessin
12 February 2007
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The top American military officer, General Peter Pace, declined Monday to endorse the conclusions of U.S. military officers in Baghdad, who told reporters on Sunday that the Iranian government is providing high-powered roadside bombs to insurgents in Iraq.
General Pace made his comments during a visit to Australia, and VOA's Al Pessin reports from Canberra.
'Course, what would we old codgers know?
Could quite easily be nothing more than another case of a couple or so, loosely related coincidences.