Thursday, May 24, 2007

Bush Covert Action Against Iran - This is Rich!

Molten Eagle's 2005 prediction now appears premature, as is becoming usual. Covert action was predicted in August 2005 to occur within 18 months (by Feb '07). But like the prediction on the terrorist Zarqawi's death, it may be a couple of months early.

The CIA has just received secret presidential approval to mount a covert "black" operation to destabilize the Iranian government, current and former officials in the intelligence community told the Blotter on Bush Authorizes New Covert Action Against Iran.

So, CBS reports: ABC News Comes Under Fire For Iran Report

Under the law, the CIA needs an official presidential finding to carry out such covert actions. President Bush has now signed a "nonlethal presidential finding" that puts into motion a CIA plan that pressures the Tehran government.

"Vice President Cheney helped to lead the side favoring a military strike," said former CIA official Riedel, "but I think they have come to the conclusion that a military strike has more downsides than upsides."

Which was what Molten Eagle has been suggesting since 2005, and reiterated only this past February:

The United States is not going to attack Iran overtly. It does not need to attack Iran to prevent nuclear weapons competence. Stressing Iran out militarily, diplomatically, politically, and economically is all the U.S. needs pursue. Iran's military, scientists and leadership will incur everyday accidents of their own making, reflecting their inexperience, incompetence and inability to endure stress and internal dissidents who may receive covert help. The effects of the cumulative stress seem copiously evident in Iran's leaders even now.

ABC's story was no doubt released at government urging to further pressure Ahmadinejad and his handlers. This time, however, President Bush is probably not just fooling around. Unless Iran starts making public concessions to the U.N. on its banned nuclear fuel production, and private concessions to the U.S. in its flagrant support of Iraq insurgents, there will probably be a triggering event for the fall of Tehran's government. Hugo Chavez, will certainly be giving these matters his close attention, for he fears being next.

Now, since Molten Eagle's predictions are habitually too early by several months, I am adjusting the timing. I now predict the world will not see a recognizable, triggering event until after July 1st and not later than Halloween of this year. Goodbye, Mr. Ahmadinejad! Pleasant dreams, Hugo!



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