THE MURDOCH TIMES AND BBC REPORTS OF IRANIAN REVOLUTIONARY GUARD ARMS SMUGGLER ARE COMPLETE BULLSHIT
I awoke this morning to the highly 'respectable' and 'regarded' (used in the loosest possible terms) (Nazi) BBC Radio 4 telling me, and thus you, that a member of the al-Quds branch of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard had been arrested on suspicion of smuggling arms from Iran into Afghanistan. Every half hour the news bulletin on this grew and grew and grew, so that by mid-morning you could believe that the Taliban were a creation of Iran, that they got all their arms from the IRG and were using these arms to kill British soldiers, the implication being that we should therefore declare war on Iran immediately.
It must also be noted that the only UK newspapers reporting on this are The Times (Murdoch) and The Daily Telegraph (with an insider helping Murdoch).
But now NATO are saying that the man who has been arrested is not a member of the IRG at all, amd will not even confirm that he is Iranian.
But for whatever reason, The Times and The Daily Telegraph are not reporting that
1. The Taliban was created by the Pakistan ISI with CIA money
2. The Taliban got out of control, destroyed the opium and wanted too much money for the pipelines being proposed that would run across their areas of control, so shortly before 9/11 they were threatened with "a carpet of gold or a carpet of bombs". They got the bombs.
3. The US military is now in cahoots with the new Taliban (after the old out-of-control Taliban had been replaced) and Aghan drug lords after the opium crop has been increased to record levels and needs protecting with US muscle.
4. Russia and Iran want this opium crop destroyed and heroin smuggling stopped because it is wrecking their nations, while the New World Order want it expanded for fantastic private profits and to destroy the lives of sovereign nations and their peoples.
Hence any possible line of attack on Iran or Russia, as false as it may be, is useful to the heroin-smuggling, carpet-bombing, civilian-murdering New World Order.
Nato backtracks on ‘Iran arms smuggler’ held in Afghanistan
KABUL: A man accused of smuggling weapons into Afghanistan was not a member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s elite al-Quds unit, coalition forces said Friday, withdrawing a previous claim.
The Nato-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) had previously said the man, who was captured by US special forces Saturday, was from al-Quds, which specialises in foreign operations.
It later retracted the statement but still accused him of being involved in smuggling weapons from Iran into Kandahar, a Taliban heartland in the south of Afghanistan where fighting is among the fiercest in the country.
ISAF added that the man, who was captured in Zhari district, had direct links to Taliban leaders in the province. Its spokesman would not comment on whether he was Iranian.