The Iranian nuclear threat hoax has been nothing less than a large-scale coordinated propaganda campaign, which brought together experts, prominent media figures and intelligence agencies, US columnist and managing editor of Veterans Today Jim W. Dean notes.
"The IAEA has finally retired the Iranian nuclear military use folder with a unanimous vote which clears the way to removing most of the sanctions. It has been a long day in coming, but the wooden stake was put through the vampire hearts of all the Iran haters with the IAEA declaring it had found no military use of Iranian nuclear technology," Dean writes in his recent article for New Eastern Outlook.
It turns out that a Western assassination program aimed against potential developers of nuclear weapons had actually targeted innocent Iranian nuclear engineers. American, British and Israeli intelligence agencies were involved in the program.
"The Iranians are determinedly going down a path to master all aspects of nuclear weapons; all the technologies they need… It's equally clear that Israel and the United States would face huge dangers if Iran were to become a nuclear weapons state, " British MI6 chief Sir John Sawyer said in his speech at the Civil Service Live event in 2012.
To complicate matters further, there was no shred of evidence that Iran had nuclear weapons or intended to create "the bomb."
"Everyone listening to Sawyer assumed he had proof of an advanced Iranian program; and we know now he was lying as the evidence was never presented. So we must ask ourselves, who was the bigger threat to our security — Iran or the liars?" Dean stresses.
Israel even went so far as to request "special equipment" from Washington in order to carry an all-out preemptive strike against Iran. Fortunately, they were refused, since the White House considered a potential operation pure suicide that would have had Washington's fingerprints all over it, Dean points out.
"The AIPAC [American Israel Public Affairs Committee] is still harshly criticizing the IAEA's closing Iran's military nuclear file, claiming a risk still exists, with the disingenuous claim that the IAEA did not look hard enough for the evidence. This is a diversion to keep public attention away from the issues I am writing about now. It was the obligation of the 'preemptive strike' proponents to disclose the Intel they inferred for many years that they had, when they were just scamming us all along," the US columnist underscores.