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The war drums are beating.....

"The media is silent, Congress is absent, and Americans are distracted as George W. Bush openly prepares aggression against Iran.

US Navy aircraft carrier strike forces are deployed off Iran.

US Air Force jets and missile systems are deployed in bases in countries bordering or near to Iran.

US B-2 stealth bombers have been refitted to carry 30,000 pound “bunker buster” bombs.

The US government is financing terrorist and separatist groups within Iran.

US Special Forces teams are conducting terrorist operations inside Iran.

US war doctrine has been altered to permit first strike nuclear attack on Iran and other non-nuclear countries.

Bush’s war threats against Iran have intensified during the course of this year. The American people are being fed a repeat of the lies used to justify naked aggression against Iraq."

As if the above wasn't sobering enough, Paul Craig Roberts [former Assistant Treasury Secretary in the Reagan Administration] catalogues in a piece of his on Information Clearing House "The War Criminal in the Lounge Room" how Bush & Co. are totally out of control and unchecked by anyone - with all signs pointing to an attack of some sort on Iran.

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