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Thursday 24 November 2011

Israel's Plan to Destroy Iran's Civilian Infrastructure


Kurt Nimmo
November 18, 2011
photoIran's fledgling nuclear program is not the real reason Israel plans to attack.
Israel plans not only to attack Iran's fledgling nuclear program, but also its civilian infrastructure.
Eli Lake, writing for The Daily Beast, cites current and former U.S. intelligence officials who say Israel's target list includes Iran's electric grid, internet, cellphone network, and emergency frequencies for firemen and police officers.
Officials say Israel has developed a weapon that simulates a maintenance cellphone signal commanding cell networks to "sleep" and stopping transmissions. It also has electronic jammers that can interrupt emergency frequencies for first responders and police.
Iran's civilian electric grids are connected to the internet and vulnerable to cyberattack with computer viruses such as Stuxnet, a sophisticated version of malware developed by the United States and the Israelis. A retired senior military intelligence officer told the Daily Beast the Israelis also have the capability to launch a denial-of-service attack on Iran's command and control system that is connected to the Internet.
The Israelis will likely use an unmanned drone known as Eitan to deliver a blow to Iran's civilian infrastructure. The Eitan can fly for 20 straight hours and carry a payload of one ton. Another version of the drone, however, can fly up to 45 straight hours, according to U.S. and Israeli officials, The Daily Beast reports. The Eitan is part of Israel's special electronic air force unit known as the Sky Crows, which concentrates on electronic warfare.
The existence of a program designed to cripple crucial civilian infrastructure not related to Iran's nuclear program reveals that the Israeli-U.S. plan is to reduce the country to a Stone Age condition much the same way Iraq was leveled in 2003.
Beginning in 1991 with Bush Senior's illegal invasion, Iraqi civilians and their infrastructure were deliberately targeted by the U.S. military. The savage bombardment had a "near apocalyptic impact" on Iraq and had transformed the country into a "pre-industrial age nation," which "had been until January a rather highly urbanized and mechanized society," writes author William Blum, citing United Nations observations.
Iraq's civilian infrastructure targeted.
"Bombing of Iraqi cities served no military purpose but was designed to destroy the civilian infrastructure. War games in July 1990 in South Carolina trained pilots to bomb civilian targets and Pentagon statements about plans to bomb civilian targets in August and September 1990 are evidence that these targets were set well in advance of January 15, 1991," writes David Model in his book, Lying for Empire: How to Commit War Crimes With A Straight Face.
"Critical elements of the civilian infrastructure were destroyed including communication systems, oil refineries, electric generators, water treatment facilities, dams, and transportation centers," Model continues. "Over 90 percent of Iraq's electrical capacity was destroyed in the first days of the bombing."
Iraq's water supply was specifically targeted and resulted in the death of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children. Iraq's capacity to produce food was also destroyed by attacks on agriculture, food processing, food storage and the food distribution system. Half of Iraq's agricultural output depended on irrigation systems which were also destroyed.
In addition to hundreds of hospitals, health centers, mosques and schools, Bush's Pentagon bombed densely populated cities, killing thousands. Civilian highway traffic was targeted and vehicles such as buses and cars were bombed repeatedly.
Following the decimation of Iraq, the United Nations imposed draconian sanctions on the country that resulted in the death of more than a million, including over 500,000 children. When that failed to unseat Iraq's dictator Saddam Hussein (a former CIA asset), Bush's son launched another invasion of the country in 2003. As a result, more than a million people have died.
6 years after war, Iraq still in ruins.
Israel and the United States plan to do the same to Iran, using its nuclear program as an excuse the same way Bush and the neocons used Saddam's alleged weapons as of mass destruction as an excuse to level the country.
Prior to Bush Senior's invasion, Iraq was an industrialized country with a modern infrastructure with electricity and water available to the entire country. Following the first invasion and the imposition of medieval sanctions, the country was on par with failed states in Africa.
Iran, despite its fledgling nuclear program, does not threaten either Israel or the United States. The problem, according to the international bankers and the globalists, is that Iran is not a vassal state mired in poverty and misery like many of its neighbors. It does not take orders from Wall Street and the City of London.
Even the IMF is obliged to note that Iran's economy grew by 3.2 percent this year on the strength of greater agriculture production and higher oil prices. It is not indebted to the bankers and refuses to kowtow to Israel's insatiable hegemonic drive, so it has to be reduced to rubble.

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