Iran, Russia and China prepare for War against America

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President Putin formalised an alliance with Iran against any military action by the West and pledged to complete the controversial Iranian nuclear power plant at Bushehr. 

Mr. Putin does not want Russian secret military technology falling into NATO hands, if the U.S. Obama administration strikes Iran, and then pursues an Iraqi-style occupation.  China also has developed a military interest in Iran.  The result of a U.S led attack against Iran would likely trigger World War III, and an accompanying nuclear war.

Didn't CBC Newsworld or CNN tell you that Iranian military hardware is supplied by the Russian and Chinese led Central Asian Security Alliance that includes Iran?

Russia and Iran have reportedly been holding joint military exercises for years, in preparation for a possible U.S led NATO attack.

Russia-Iran military exercises in the Caspian Sea back in 2009 had involved some 30 vessels. That maneuver, had been dubbed "Regional Collaboration for a Secure and Clean Caspian", combines security and maritime objectives in the Caspian Sea.

Edward Spannaus, editor of the weekly US-based news magazine Executive Intelligence Review (EIR), had told Iranian television from Washington that “his [US President Barack Obama's] puppet masters, the people who pull his strings, do want war.”

“Iran of course is at the top of the list right now,” he noted and said, “It may start with an attack on Iran, but it would end up in a general world war.”

"This is how dangerous the situation is right now. And Obama -- as we know -- has done everything that Bush [former US president] and Cheney [US vice president under Bush] did, and he is likely to… get us involved in World War III," he said.

On a potential military action by the Western military alliance of NATO against Syria, he said such a measure would function to precede similar ones against other countries. “Syria is very high on the list.”

His remarks come in the wake of the latest anti-Iran publicity campaign by Washington and Tel Aviv in which the duo have once again threatened Tehran with the "option" of a military strike, based on their rhetorical allegation that Iran's nuclear work may consist of a covert military diversion.

Iran, however, has persistently argued that it has the right to develop and acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes as a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and a long-time member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).



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