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Israel Likely Behind Bulgarian False Flag

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Both countries menace humanity. Iran threatens no one. Its neighbors know it. It hasn't attacked another country in over 200 years. No evidence suggests it's developing nuclear weapons. 

Washington and Israel specialize in false flags, war, other belligerence, targeted killings, and state terror as official policy.

They're advancing the ball for war on Syria. They're itching for pretexts to attack Iran. One observer called Tehran a war looking for an excuse. They're easily instigated or invented.

Days before the Bulgaria incident, a Lebanese man was detained in Cyprus. Based on Israeli intelligence allegations, police connected him to Hezbollah.

Cypriot authorities claimed "possible charges pertaining to terrorism laws." He was accused of having photographs of "Israeli targets," El Al Airlines flight schedules, and tour bus information.

He was a tourist. Visitors take photos. They also have airline schedules and use buses for sightseeing. Relating this information to alleged terrorism doesn't wash.

Police claimed they found "documents" linking him to a "terror cell" planning attacks on Israeli targets. Blowing up a plane or bus was charged. 

Unexplained was precisely what was found and why someone plotting these things would allegedly carry around indictable evidence.

No weapons or explosives were found. Charges don't hold water. Without clear corroborating evidence, there's no plot, no crime, or intention to commit one. 

Bulgaria's bus attack was criminal. No evidence links Iran and/or Hezbollah. It bears classic Mossad fingerprints. Perhaps CIA operatives were also involved. 

Both organizations are linked to assassinating Iranian scientists. They stay unaccountable while Iran and Hezbollah face repeated false charges. 

Expect one or more future false flags to be pretext for war. Syria tops Washington's queue, then Iran. It's just a matter of time until full-scale intervention targets both countries.

Stephen Lendman lives in Chicago and can be reached at Email address removed

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