Government reports designed to prepare us for war with Iran
Nov 07, 2011
The media is used regularly to prepare us for war. Reporting is only as good as the press releases that government officials feed to the press. They only feed information that they want to be made public for whatever reason. So we have to view the following article as being motivated by the desire to justify a future war.
There is, of course, no way for an average person to verify the claims being made.
The article above says that Iran has reacted with indifference.
Iranian officials expressed indifference about the report.
“Let them publish and see what happens,” said Iran’s foreign minister and former nuclear top official, Ali Akbar Salehi, the semiofficial Mehr News Agency reported Saturday.
Yet if you click on the actual link, it takes you to another article that gives quite a different picture. Far from being indifferent, the Iranians fully denied the reports, saying that they were forged much like the documents that caused us to go into war with Iraq.
Salehi, Iran’s former nuclear chief, asserted that allegations proven false in the past are being reproduced.
“The Americans raised documents like this in the past: the Niger scandal,” he said, referring to claims — based on a forgery — that Iraq under Saddam Hussein had sought uranium from Niger.
“The documents were used as a pretext to invade Iraq,” Salehi said. “After killing tens of thousands of innocent people, it was discovered that it was a forged document.”
The bottom line is that all governments lie. There is no way to know who is telling the truth or not. I am less familiar with Iran's track record on lying than I am with the dismal track record of our own government. But in the end, none of that matters. All we need to understand is that there are powerful forces pushing us into war. We have done what we can to stop this or at least postpone it. We have held prayer campaigns for a long time. Yet I do believe that war is prophesied, and so we cannot stop it in the end.
Ten years ago we conducted a prayer campaign called "Entering the Millennium of Rest" from Nov. 1-14, 2001. We are now seeing results in various ways. I plan to give you a report when these results becomer clearer. I do not know for sure whether or not that prayer campaign addressed this coming war with Iran. The timing of these reports may indicate that the prayer campaign did address this concern. But we have to watch events carefully for emerging patterns that would prove the connections.
Prayer campaigns are always designed to establish the plan of God. That is why we always win. It is because we simply agree with the divine plan. In this case, the question remains: Is it the divine plan that war occur soon? or will it be postponed for a later time? That is the unknown factor at this time.
Dr. Stephen Jones