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Debunking the Spurious Iranian Nuclear Threat
Iran threatens no one.
by Stephen Lendman
Previous articles debunked claims of Iran's alleged nuclear threat. For months, major media scoundrels regurgitated official lies.
Yet at least since 2007, America's annual intelligence assessment found none. Media reports ignored it. Suddenly old news is new news.
Quelle surprise! It's now headlined. More on that below, and a review of past intelligence assessments. Previous articles explained them.
Why the change? Iran faces frequent false accusations. In recent months alone, they include the fake US Saudi assassination plot, being the world's leading sponsor of terror, targeting Israeli officials in India, Georgia and Thailand, and, of course, claims about a nonexistent nuclear weapons program. They all fail the smell test.
Defusing Iran's nuclear issue relates directly to Washington designating Syria target one. The road to Tehran runs through Damascus. Both countries are targeted for regime change.
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