Wikileaks Confirms: Israel Hit Iran Last Year
Grant J. Kidney— The now infamous Wikileaks website has partnered with the hacktivist group ‘Anonymous’ so as to publish a series of inditing e-mails against the Jewish super-state, Israel.
According to leaked e-mail exchanges between such partners like the Marine Corps, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the Defense Intelligence Agency, Israel is responsible for several bombings in the sovereign nation of Iran.
In one leaked e-mail, officials speculate over an explosion at an Iranian missile base. “I think this is a diversion. The Israelis already destroyed all the Iranian nuclear infrastructure on the ground weeks ago.”
Yesterday, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange held a press conference in London to confirm the now documented war crimes of the Israeli empire.
Former national security adviser to the Carter administration, Zbigniew Brzezinski, has recently warned against that if Israel were to go to war with Iran, that they would be on their own without any help from the United States.
For a snake such as Brzezinski- who, in the past has advocated all out war- to now join the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in condemning military action against Iran signals an inner quarrel among the world’s elite powers with decisions split between war and peace.
A recent poll has concluded that 75% of the American public would be against an Israeli strike on Iran. With recent revelations from U.S. intelligence agencies proving that Iran isn’t working toward a nuclear bomb, a military strike on Iran would prove utterly disastrous.
The joint effort between Wikileaks and Anonymous showcases the resiliency as well as the impact of online activism. Wikileaks releases sensitive government data to the public, and Anonymous shuts down government websites. The pair are a match made in heaven.