UK Officials Would Protect ‘Interests’ In Iran/Israel Conflict

Wednesday, May 23, 2012
By Paul Martin

Keelan Balderson, Contributor
Wednesday, May 23, 2012

The message from the Anglo-American-Israeli pact has never been more clear, as today Iranian officials have been forced to meet with world powers in Baghdad, Iraq; the city devastated by the US led occupation, which was sold to the public on the back of lies about Weapons of Mass Destruction. Despite there being no evidence that Iran is seeking to produce nuclear weapons, nor that they are anywhere near capable of doing so, the symbolic location of the talks should remind the world that when there is an agenda, facts can be massaged in to place to support it.

Ahead of these talks it was curiously leaked that British Minsters were working on how to protect the UK’s “interests” should a military conflict between Israel and Iran arise. Of course talking heads on BBC News this morning made it clear that it would be innocent little Israel “protecting” itself from Iran, even though Israel is already assassinating scientists and officials within Iran [1], infecting its infrastructure with computer viruses [2], backing opposition terrorists groups [3], and supplying dubious intelligence to the IAEA [4], despite being a nuclear state itself that isn’t even signed up to the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty. Anyone with a modicum of critical thinking knows who the real aggressor is.

Should Israel take this further and outright strike Iran, instead of rebuking them for kicking off World War 3, the BBC reports that the UK Government have discussed how they can lend “diplomatic support for Israel” and the legalities of sending the Royal Navy in to the region to protect the Straits of Hormuz – through which more than a fifth of the world’s oil shipments are carried.

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