Obama and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown plotting to take over all of the
world's energy reserves, attack Iran and destroy
Islam? That is the claim of this visceral op-ed article from
state-controlled Kayhan newspaper.
According to eyewitness accounts, on Wednesday Dec. 30, two
transport planes landed in the dead of night in Yemen's capital of Sana'a. The
aircraft dropped off a number of U.S. troops and then departed.
Although there are no credible reports of additional troops or equipment
arriving, rumors are rife among locals that a number of American cargo planes
have arrived with equipment that included “very thin helicopters,” perhaps
referring to Cobra helicopter gunships, which have been used extensively by
U.S. Marines for close air support and “counter-insurgency” operations.
Street has announced that Prime Minister Brown and
U.S. President Obama have agreed to fight “terror” in Yemen and Somalia. The
two countries, both with proven reserves of gas and light sweet crude oil, are
located in highly strategic locations: at the mouth of the Red
Sea, which leads to the Indian Ocean.
After sending Special Forces to “train” the Yemen military
and conducting air raids in the north and south of the country, America is
already tangled up in war in Yemen.
On December 18, ABC
News quoted U.S.
administration officials, who let it slip that Nobel Peace Prize laureate Obama
had ordered air strikes on Yemen;
This after a December 17 air raid north of the capital, Sana'a, under the
pretext of neutralizing an "imminent attack against a U.S. asset.”
Posted by WORLDMEETS.US, Jan. 4
On January 2, the attacks killed scores of civilians, just as
President Obama announced a massive failure of “American intelligence”!
The next day, CBS
Television carried reports of
attacks on supposed al-Qaeda positions in Yemen, including cruise missile
strikes. CBS also quoted Sebastian Gorka, a U.S.
expert on special operations stationed in Yemen
, who said, "It was
cruise missile strikes in combination with military units on the ground."
At least the statement at last confirms local Yemeni
accounts of the not-so-secret arrival of American combat troops in Yemen, which
comes in addition to U.S. personnel in training and supporting the Yemeni army.
And thus the attempted Anglo-American takeover of the world's
energy reserves, which began with illegal invasions of Afghanistan and
is entering a new phase.
To most experts, the answer is obvious, although the world
of Islam hasn't caught on to the “audacity” of Obama's plan. About 1,000 years
ago, the world of Islam failed to grasp the goal of the First Crusade: to
capture al Quds [Jerusalem]. As a result, the defense of Holy
Lands was disorganized. The Crusaders took the city and exacted a most
horrifying revenge on both Jewish and Muslim communities.
But the latest escapade by the U.S., Britain and their satellite nations
threatens the energy security of the entire world, as well as the sovereignty
of dozens of powerful nations that are dependent on the Middle
East for their energy needs. The latest Anglo-American move not
only threatens the world of Islam, it should be considered a menace on a global
scale and dealt with as such.
An independent, highly-dedicated body of men, who are known to
be capable of giving U.S. forces a bloody
Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. is clearly on the
mind of warring Noble Peace Prize winner Barack Hussein Obama.
Posted by WORLDMEETS.US, Jan. 4
So we hear that new sanctions targeting the Revolutionary
Guard are being discussed by the White House. This must be because taking on these
men of the force on the battlefield would result in an experience similar that
of the Zionist entity in its 34-day war against Lebanon in 2006.
Anglo-American forces and their militant political agencies
seem hell-bent on realizing their dreams. But the facts on the ground speak of
a disorganized, disjointed, and badly confused campaign bound for hell due to a
failure of intelligence.
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