Will America be “engineered” into a war against Iran?

Alt-Market reports that a globalist think-tank suggests using an engineered event as excuse for war with Iran: “what is interesting about this discussion by the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a Neocon (Globalist) think-tank, is that its primary purpose is not necessarily to debate the current political elements of the Iranian question.  They aren’t contemplating the viability or morality of a war with Iran.  Instead, they are attempting to devise strategies by which the government could CONVINCE the American public and the world that a war with Iran is the “right thing to do”, even if it means fabricating their own justification.  For them, the war is a forgone conclusion, and they will do anything to make it a reality.”

There is a long tradition of false flag operations in recent american history. False flag operations are covert operations designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by other entities.

The replacement of Iran’s Anglo-Persian Oil Company with five American oil companies and the 1953 Iranian coup d’état was the consequence of the U.S. and British-orchestrated false flag operation, Operation Ajax. Operation Ajax used political intrigue, propaganda, and agreements with Qashqai tribal leaders to depose the democratically elected leader of Iran, Mohammed Mosaddeq. Information regarding the CIA-sponsored coup d’etat has been largely declassified and is available in the CIA archives.

The Gulf of Tonkin incident, or the USS Maddox incident, are the names given to two separate confrontations, one actual and one false, involving North Vietnam and the United States in the waters of the Gulf of Tonkin. The outcome of these two incidents was the passage by Congress of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which granted President Lyndon B. Johnson the authority to assist any Southeast Asian country whose government was considered to be jeopardized by “communist aggression”. The resolution served as Johnson’s legal justification for deploying U.S. conventional forces and the commencement of open warfare against North Vietnam. In 1965, President Johnson commented privately: “For all I know, our Navy was shooting at whales out there.”

The justification of the Iraq War of 2003 and some more recent ones are covered in  Arab Spring, Arab Fall & Where it all began.

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The “democratic” decision making process in the democratic national convention 2012: Jerusalem

Yesterday, the Democratic Party of the USA, in its democratic national convention, decided to reinstate in its party platform the assertion that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, a highly controversial issue. This resolution of the Democratic Party is in opposition to the official diplomatic stance of the USA. It is specially remarkable the “democratic” process by which the motion was approved. The video enclosed in the article of Yahoo News is worth watching.