"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic, and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State."
Paul Joseph Goebbels: Propaganda Minister.
How this process works in practice with Iran is not too dissimilar to the way it worked with Saddam. Make up a bunch of garbage and let it fly, hoping that some of it might stick. Readers of Antiwar.com might recall the phony Iranian nuclear triggers allegations that Gareth Porter and I put to rest back in January. The Sunday Times of London, which is owned by Zionist stalwart Rupert Murdoch, has an astonishing track record for floating stories that in all likelihood come from Israel’s intelligence service Mossad. The Times story, which claimed that Iran was developing an electronic trigger for a nuclear weapon in 2007, was important because if it had been true it would have meant that the December 2007 CIA National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) was flawed. The NIE had maintained (and the intelligence community still maintains) that Iran abandoned its nuclear weapons program in 2003. Undermining that judgment has been a key objective of the various neocon talking heads, all claiming that Iran has a secret program that the CIA does not know about. The nuclear trigger story would have challenged the main conclusion of the NIE while also serving as confirmation of the allegations about the hidden nuclear laboratory, so it would have been a two-for-one if it had been accepted. Fortunately, the story proved so full of holes that it went nowhere, but not for lack of trying.
Mark Regev of the Israhell Propaganda Ministry
Which brings us to the tale being spun by the Associated Press (AP). If nukes are number one in the Iran narrative, terrorists are certainly number two. And if allegations about Hezbollah and Hamas don’t excite you what could be better than producing a link to the ultimate nasties, al-Qaeda? A week ago an investigative story was featured as an AP Exclusive: "CIA tracks al-Qaeda moving from Iran." The account is based on the fact that a handful of al-Qaeda officers, including at least one of Osama bin Laden’s sons, fled to Iran after the US invaded Afghanistan in 2001 and were subsequently placed under house arrest. They have been there ever since.by Philip Giraldi
I think it's easy...
THE FILTHY YIDS OF ISRAHELL AND THEIR PAYED-FOR SHILLS IN THE MEDIA & POLITICAL ADMINISTRATIONS OF THE WORLD KNOW IT'S ALL A BUNCH OF SHIT!
FUCK ISRAHELL - YOU ARE GOING DOWN!