Crossfire War – Caspian Intrigue – Plot by Iran Targeting Putin an Intel. Scheme

Crossfire War – Rapid Fire News=moscow – Berlin – Washington Watch – Caspian Theatre: Moscow – Berlin – Washington – Tokyo – Paris – Baku – Sukhumi – Tskhinvili/Tbilisi – Ankara – Beijing – Tehran; Caspian Intrigue – Berlin (Allied Intelligence) Invent Assassination Plot Targeting Russia Pres. Putin to Prepare (F)allout War with Iran – Putin Will Still Visit Tehran Oct. 15-16 – Second Bomb in Less than a Week in India – Tehran’s Timing

Night Watch: WIESBADEN – World War III intrigue has reached another level with reports by Reuters-Interfax, according to Russian intelligence services, there is a plot to assassinate Russia President Vladimir Putin during his visit to Tehran Monday-Tuesday. It is not surprising the news was released during Putin’s visit to Wiesbaden since industrial services in Germany have been the main purchaser of Russia’s raw materials for centuries, even during all of the Cold War (1945-90). Access to those resources are at extreme risk due to Tehran’s offensive foreign policy, which, if successful, would enable Tehran to control the Caspian economy, its oil and gas. All that stands in the way of that success is Moscow and its continued preparations to end the military standoff in the South Caucasus with the Georgian government in Tbilisi, supported by Ankara-Tehran. To set the stage for worsening relations between Moscow-Tehran, this assassination plot has been devised by Russia-German intelligence. [SWISSINFO]

It may have finally dawned on the German Foreign Ministry the enormous strategic mistake of leading the recognition of Yugoslavia’s division in 1991 and having NATO commit forces there instead of in the Caucasus fighting alongside Russian troops against Islamic units supported by Ankara-Tehran. The Caucasus is a crossroads of energy pipelines and industry in every NATO nation needs access to those raw materials but Brussels-Berlin-Washington-London-Paris-Rome wanted war with Serbia. But since the mistake was made, putting the West completely out of position, all the Allies have left is to assist Moscow’s preparations and if need be Russia will attack some of Iran’s military bases. That is why former U. S. Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger arrived in Moscow late April to co-chair the Strategic Working Group with former Russia Premier Yevgeny Primakov.

Moscow – As the diplomatic ritual of pretense and great relations is performed in Tehran among Caspian Sea governments the Russia Air Force will begin a series of offensive exercises from the 16th to the 30th of this month, the most extensive since Russia’s strategic bombers resumed flying two months ago. Commander of the Air Force Colonel General Alexander Zelin will lead the exercises. Air Force spokesman Colonel Alexander Drobyshevsky explained, “Russia’s strategic bomber Tu-160, Tu-95 and Tu-22 and Il-78 aerial tankers will conduct flights over the Artic region, the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean and the Black Sea, with simulated bombing raids, and firing of cruise missiles at testing grounds in northern and southern Russia.” [RIA]

Ludhiana – Tehran continues its terror bombing campaign in northern India with a second attack in less than a week. Al Jazeera reports a bomb exploded Sunday night in a crowded cinema in the city of Ludhiana in Punjab province, which borders Pakistan. Six people have been killed and at least 30 injured. No one has claimed responsibility, which always means Tehran though Iran will publicly condemn the act. This is part of Tehran’s campaign of destabilization to create the chaos, which always follows and disrupts the security services. Just last Thursday Tehran had its network set off a bomb in Ajmer, Rajasthan, which borders Punjab and is across from Pakistan. The line of attacks in northern India now stretches from Jammu-Kashmir through Punjab to Rajasthan. As always, I suspect this is designed to force Delhi to use its hot pursuit policy and attack the militant bases inside Pakistan. Islamabad has stated if that ever happens, Pakistan will be forced to respond. [ALJAZEERA]

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.