Crossfire War: Explosion in British Embassy, Zagreb – Message from Tehran

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Night Watch: ZAGREB – The day after Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrives back from his nation’s triumph at the UN, Tehran may have further responded to the pressures from the West concerning its nuclear weapons program.

AP has just reported that one person was injured by an explosion in the mail room of the British Embassy in Zagreb, Croatia.

No one has claimed responsibility. I have often stated that one of the ways Iran will deflect the West’s attention away from its nuclear program is to cause crises in the Balkans where Iran has long had substantial contact with every Balkan government.

Iran’s former President Mohammad Khatami visited Zagreb and Sarajevo in March and the day after he departs Iran just missed assassinating the moderate Albanian leader Ibrahim Rugova.

Tehran established relations with Zagreb in 1992, just one year after the senseless division of Yugoslavia. Europe intended to use the crisis as a showcase of the New World Order and the perfect cooperation, orchestrated by Vienna, between Eastern and Western Europe resolving the crisis diplomatically and with virtually no shooting.

The only military presence the OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) had scheduled was military attaches and headquarters staff. But they underestimated the impact of weapons dealers.

Tehran realized right away what had happened, this is another front and one they, and the Islamic world, can use as an avenue of invasion into Europe with the support of Balkan people.

The division reawakened the historical hatred between the Balkans and the rest of Europe, especially Vienna, the former capital of the Austria-Hungary Empire and the flashpoint of the First World War.

So when the Council of Guardians established relations with Zagreb in 1992 they stated that Croatia is our entry into Central Europe. Since then Germany has sent to Poland Leopard tanks, the U. S. has helped upgrade Poland’s air force and Russia is helping to upgrade Poland’s Soviet era aircraft.

The timing of this incident is no coincidence and it specifically targets London, one of the EU3, leading the investigation into Tehran’s nuclear weapons program. With the West seriously considering bringing Iran before the UN Security Council, Iran has already warned of “radical responses” if that happens.

Another reason for the Council of Guardians to hate Vienna is because it is also the headquarters of the UN agency that is also investigating Iran’s nuclear program, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Monday it is to begin a week long series of meetings as it plans its response to the extremely confrontational presentation by Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Saturday. If you looked at photos of him, taken during his speech, you could tell he was trying to contain his hatred.

Even though Iran knows that economic sanctions are no threat, with so much corruption they are easily circumvented, being brought before the Security Council they would view as an enormous insult and just another in a long line of examples of the UN being used as an instrument of the West, in a similar way the League of Nations was used after the First World War when it granted a mandate for Britain and France to occupy Iraq and Syria.

These mandates and rulings are just another example, an extension of the West’s colonial presence and manipulation of the Middle East, something that Iran and the Jihad intend to destroy. Other crises and mail deliveries are in the event pipeline.

The timing of this explosion was virtually identical to the timing of the London bombings on July 7, that took place at the start of the G8 Summit in Scotland.

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Willard Payne is an international affairs analyst who specializes in International Relations. A graduate of Western Illinois University with a concentration in East-West Trade and East-West Industrial Cooperation, he has been providing incisive analysis to NewsBlaze. He is the author of Imagery: The Day Before.