Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Is the U.S. Fabricating a Case Against Iran?

WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department is warning Americans around the world of the potential for terrorist attacks against U.S. interests following the exposure of an alleged Iranian plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States.

In a new worldwide travel alert issued late Tuesday, the department said the foiled scheme could be a sign that Iran has adopted a "more aggressive focus" on terrorist activity. It said Iranian-sponsored attacks could include strikes in the United States, where the alleged plot against the Saudi envoy was supposed to have taken place, as well as other countries. (Read more)

Mohammad Khazaei of Iran

Tehran Times - IRI's ambassador to the UN forwards a letter of complaint to the world body, voicing outrage over the US allegations of the Islamic Republic's involvement in a plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to Washington.

In a letter addressed to the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, the Iranian envoy, Mohammad Khazaei, equaled the allegation with an instance of politically-motivated 'warmongering' by America.

The complaint followed the US Justice Department's claim that Iran had been involved in a plot to assassinate the Saudi official, Adel Al-Jubeir, with help from a suspected member of a Mexican drug cartel.

"The Iranian nation seeks a world free from terrorism and considers the current US warmongering and propaganda machine against Iran as a threat not just against Iran but to the peace and stability in the Persian Gulf region," read part of the letter.

Earlier in the day, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman, Ramin Mehmanparast, rejected the accusation, saying such 'ludicrous' claims hinged on the hostile joint stances adopted by America and the Zionist regime against the country.

"These threadbare attitudes, which are based on the age-old and hostile American-Zionist policies, are a ridiculous show in line with certain scenario fabrication of divisive ends on the part of the enemies of Islam and the region," he said.

He also condemned all acts of terrorism, adding that Washington was employing the legerdemain to divert attention from the growing domestic protests it was facing.

Read Press TV article

The puppetmasters create "disorder" so the people will demand "order." The price of "order" always entails a handing over of control and the loss of freedom on the part of the citizens. Out of "chaos" comes "order" - their order. 
Freemasonry may well be the first user of the Latin phrase Ordo Ab Chao - Order Out of Chaos [or Disorder]. It's also referred to as the Hegelian Dialect, after the philosopher Georg Hegel who wrote about its effectiveness. He described it as: Thesis -- Anti-thesis -- Syn-thesis.

Others have described it as: Problem -- Reaction -- Solution, in that firstly you create the problem; secondly you fan the flames to get a reaction; then thirdly you provide a solution. The solution is what you were wanting to achieve in the first place, but wouldn't have been able to achieve under normal circumstances.[1]

What is the reason for this big chess game? The Ordo Ab Chao is the operating principle of the oligarchical Illuminati elites, to undermine American civil liberties over the long-term, and slowly turn America into a police state, by design.[2] Then the ultimate goal is to create a One World system  to gain control in order to replace the Christian God with Lucifer, so that he can become the Most High God (Isa. 14:13,14).