The Clock Ticks Away in Iran

Israel’s Minister of Defense Benny Gantz informed the US that he had instructed the IDF to prepare a strike plan against Iran’s nuclear capabilities. (Times of Israel). Iran’s delaying strategy at the Nuclear Treaty talks have been confounding politicians in the West. Iran is coming much closer to being able to build a nuclear weapon. At the same time it is preparing for it’s first space launch (Politico). Hard liners have a legitimate call for action.

It’s too bad the Controllers are the kind of men they are. If that kind of power were in the right hands Iran could be disarmed and the Islamic Theocracy could be dismantled without firing a shot. Of course, the Controllers created that regime in the first place. More souls to harvest with a war going on.

Georg Leo von Caprivi
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini

On the left is the chart of Georg Leo von Caprivi (24 February 1831 – 6 February 1899). He was a German General who served as Chancellor (March 1890 to October 1894). He was able to reform the German military but was not a successful diplomat. Constantly being out maneuvered and undermined by his own government he was eventually forced to resign. “Caprivi destroyed his papers. In retirement, he refused to speak or write publicly about his experiences as Chancellor or share his opinions on current events.”

The chart on the right is the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (24 September 1902 – 3 June 1989). He was a religious leader of Twelver Shi’a Islam. He became the Ayatollah (religious title) around 1962. He went into exile in 1963, living in Iraq, Turkey and France. In Turkey he stayed in Bursa in the home of Colonel Ali Cetiner, head of Turkish Military Intelligence. According to the BBC, recently released documents show the Ayatollah had contact with the CIA on different occasions. He returned to Iran during the Iranian Revolution with the help of the US and France. The leaders of the countries were led to believe he would help calm the situation. He promptly took over the revolutionary government and formed a Theocracy. He eliminated all competition from the original groups behind the overthrow of Shah Pahlavi. Iran was then involved in a 10 year war with Iraq (Iran-Iraq War),