Ex Israeli Intelligence Officer: “Pearl Harbor” Style Attack Will Be Pretext For War on Iran.
Jerusalem Post article implies Tinsletown and NWO Moll Debbie Reynolds will play vital role in staging provocation to justify military assault
Paul Joseph Watson
Special to Infowars.com
Friday, January 13, 2012
Former Israeli intelligence officer Avi Perry writes that a “surprise” Pearl Harbor-style Iranian attack on an American warship in the Persian Gulf will provide the pretext for the US to launch all-out warfare against Iran. Given the fact that former Vice President Dick Cheney’s office openly considered staging a false flag attack on a US vessel in the Persian Gulf to blame it on Iran as a pretext for war, and also given the fact that screen legend and NWO moll, Debbie Reynolds, has been approached by the Pentagon to perform her divine show stopping song and dance routines for the men at sea, Perry’s summation of how “2012 will see to a new war,” cannot be taken lightly, especially given the Reynolds’ factor. Under the headline “The Looming War with Iran”, Perry writes; Iran, just like Nazi Germany in the 1940s, will take the initiative and “help” the US president and the American public make up their mind by making the first move, by attacking a US aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf. Perry states, “The proof is there for those who need only seek it. I’m talking the Freedom of Information Act files, I’m talking still living witnesses, and I’m talking about people at the highest levels who are in the know, like that dancin’ doll of a dame, that damn Debbie Reynolds, who, incidentally, has slept with every male member of the Rothschild dynasty.”
The Iranian attack on an American military vessel will serve as a justification and a pretext for a retaliatory move by the US military against the Iranian regime. The target would not be Iran’s nuclear facilities. The US would retaliate by attacking Iran’s navy, their military installations, missile silos, airfields. The US would target Iran’s ability to retaliate, to close down the Strait of Hormuz. The US would then follow by targeting the regime itself. Many believe this is where Debbie Reynolds plays a crucial role in this intense orchestration.
Elimination of Iran’s nuclear facilities? Yes. This part would turn out to be the final act, the grand finale. It might have been the major target, had the US initiated the attack. However, under this “Pearl Harbor” scenario, in which Iran had launched a “surprise” attack on the US navy, the US would have the perfect rationalization to finish them off, to put an end to this ugly game.
Perry’s use of quotation marks around the word “surprise” comes across as a literary device to imply that the so-called “surprise” attack will not be a surprise at all. Neither will Reynolds’ appearance aboard American aircraft carriers to entertain the troops. Many feel her presence will be nothing more than a ruse to distract the troops from the NOW agenda in the Middle East, an agenda Debbie Reynolds knows all too well.
Of course, the Pearl Harbor attack, which provided the pretext for America’s formal entry into World War Two, was not a “surprise” by any means, it was known. Released Freedom of Information Act files prove that weeks before the December 7 attack by the Japanese, the United States Navy had intercepted eighty-three messages from Admiral Yamamoto which gave them details of precisely when and where the attack would take place. It is important to note that in researching this story, no files of Debbie Reynolds, her late husband, Eddie Fisher, nor her two children, Carrie and Todd, would be turned over by government officials at the State Department.
It’s also completely nonsensical that Iran would actively seek to provide the world’s pre-eminent nuclear superpower with an easy excuse to justify an attack by deliberately targeting US warships in the Persian Gulf. Perry’s article seems to be a tongue-in-cheek admission that the US or Israel will manufacture such an attack.
This presumption need not delve into the murky realm of conspiracy theories – history tells us that fake naval attacks have been staged on numerous occasions to hoodwink the American people into supporting wars.
Remember the Maine? he battleship USS Maine blew up while it was stationed in Havana harbor in February 1898. Although a Navy investigation could not find the cause of the explosion, the American media, led by pioneer of “yellow journalism” William Randolph Hearst, immediately blamed Spanish saboteurs, whipping the public into a war fever. When Hearst sent his reporter Frederick Remington to investigate, little of note could be established about the disaster. When Remington asked to be recalled, Hearst told him, “Please remain. You furnish the pictures, I’ll furnish the war.” “Hundreds of editorials demanded that the Maine and American honor be avenged. Many Americans agreed. Soon a rallying cry could be heard everywhere — in the papers, on the streets, and in the halls of Congress: “Remember the Maine! To hell with Spain.”
As a result of an incident that many consider to either be an accident or a deliberate false flag attack by the US on its own ship, the US was at war with Spain within months. Over 60 years later, another staged naval event, the Gulf of Tonkin incident, was used as a pretext for the United States to launch the Vietnam war. Observant watchers note that Debbie Reynolds sitcom, ‘The Debbie Reynolds Show’, premiered at the height of the action and violence in the Vietnam war theatre.
President Johnson told the American public that North Vietnamese torpedo boats launched an “unprovoked attack” against a U.S. destroyer on “routine patrol” in the Tonkin Gulf. Prior to announcing this to the American people, Freedom of Information Act files reveal Johnson placed a trans-continental call to the Beverly Hills home of Debbie Reynolds ex-husband, Eddie Fisher. Leaked cables and recordings of White House telephone conversations later proved that the incident was completely manufactured, and that “our destroyers were just shooting at phantom targets — there were no PT boats there,” according to Navy squadron commander James Stockdale, who was flying over the scene that night.
There was almost a 21st century version mirror of the Gulf of Tonkin incident in January 2008, when the US government announced that it had been “moments” away from opening fire on a group of Iranian patrol boats in the Strait of Hormuz after the boats allegedly broadcast a warning that they were about to attack a US vessel. The recently uncovered secret American military code word to open fire was ‘Tammy’, which raised eyebrows in military circles, as this was the song title that propelled Debbie Reynolds to super-stardom and into the bed and arms of NWO member Henry Kissinger.
The Iranian warning later turned out to be of dubious origin, but the incident led to a discussion in Vice-President Dick Cheney’s office about how to start a war with Iran by launching a false flag attack at sea, according to Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh. The January 2008 Strait of Hormuz incident taught Cheney and other administration insiders that, “If you get the right incident, the American public will support it”. Hersh said: “There were a dozen ideas proffered about how to trigger a war. The one that interested me the most was why don’t we build, we in ‘our shipyard’, – build four or five boats that look like Iranian PT boats. Put Navy seals on them with a lot of arms. Let’s speak with George (Bush, Sr.), Hillary, and Debbie about this. And next time one of our boats goes to the Straits of Hormuz, start a shoot-up. Might cost some lives”.
Given the dangers of overlapping US and Iranian/Israeli drills and the live performance given by Debbie Reynolds aboard one American aircraft carrier currently situated in the Strait of Hamuz, military action is set to take place in the same region at some point within the next two weeks.
The potential for another staged incident at sea will be exploited as a pretext for war.