Iran Falsely Charged with India and Georgia Attacks
Mossad's dirty hands were all over these attacks.
by Stephen Lendman
Last October, Iran was falsely charged with a fake terror plot that didn't pass the smell test. At best, it resembled a bad film script too implausible to believe.
Tehran was bogusly blamed for plotting to kill Saudi Arabia's US ambassador. According to spurious accusations, an Iranian/American used car salesman and Mexican drug cartel hired assassin were involved.
You can't make this stuff up, but major media scoundrels headlined it for days. They regurgitated a scheme too implausible to believe.
Official lies substituted for proof. They're repeated to incite fear and justify retaliatory measures with public support. They include belligerence if ordered.
Unasked always is cui bono. Clearly, Iran's only harmed by alleged terrorist attacks against America, NATO partners, Israel, or their allies. In contrast, Washington and Tel Aviv benefit greatly. As a result, new charges follow old ones.
On February 13, The New York Times headlined, "Israel Blames Iran for Attacks in India and Georgia," saying:
On Monday, "(b)ombers targeted Israel embassy workers in" both countries' capitals. New Delhi witnesses said a motorcyclist attached a bomb to an Israeli diplomat's car, injuring his wife."
An alleged Georgia plot was foiled. Conveniently, an Israeli Tbilisi embassy employee spotted a "strange object" in full view attached to its envoy's car. If something real was planned, it would have been placed underneath out of sight. Even an amateur knows that.
Notorious pro-Israeli flack/Times writer Ethan Bronner headlined, "Israel Says Iran Is Behind Bombs," saying:- Advertisement -"If actually carried out by Iran (implying they were), the attacks would be another indication that the leadership in Tehran was willing to reach beyond its borders against its enemies and expand its attacks to civilians."
Bronner repeated the canard about Iran plotting to assassinate the Saudi ambassador, adding:
"....Israel has said that Iran has planned to attack its citizens in various countries, but that those plots were stopped."