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Crossfire War – US Returns Two Carrier Groups to Persian Gulf

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Crossfire War – Tehran – Ankara – Riyadh Watch – West Asia – Persian Gulf Theatre: Two US Aircraft Carrier Groups Enroute to Persian Gulf to Join USS Enterprise – Washington Plans to Construct New Military Base (Target) Near Iran-Iraq Border

Night Watch: PERSIAN GULF – Debka reports after the U.S. completed naval maneuvers in the Bay of Bengal, two aircraft carrier strike groups are enroute to the Persian Gulf to join the USS Enterprise.

One carrier is the USS Nimitz and the other USS Truman. They are scheduled to arrive before the end of September. Tehran is of course monitoring their defensive positioning. [DEBKA]

In related defensive news Reuters and the Wall Street Journal are reporting the Pentagon is planning to construct a new military base (target) near the Iran-Iraq border in an attempt to limit the arms trafficking to Shia militia groups that have been attacking the lost alliance of UK/US for four years.

This is being planned as the U.S. commanding general is testifying before congress on how much the situation has improved on the ground. As I have mentioned before, the lost alliance will remain true to form, they lied their way in and they are now lying their way out.

The political-military leaders of both countries, the Paralyzed Parliament and the Comatose Congress, are more concerned about their retirement benefits and book deals than about the war. They are operating under mental blocks which have made them an easy target that has increased their sense of survival instead of victory. [BAZTAB]

The first thing they blocked out was the realization of the mistake it was to halt the coalition outside Baghdad in 1991 and let Saddam Hussein remain for twelve more years as military bases were constructed for Iran by the engineering service headquarted in San Francisco. Their London branch office was shown on CNN the day after the Gulf War ended and since then the firm has lost more than fifty employees in Iraq. The London office was used because Britain had no embargo against Iran which makes London more corrupt then even Washington and knowing Washington that is really saying something.

When the network of bases was completed for Iran a facsimile of Saddam was then removed. Victory is not possible when you sell the foreign policy to the enemy. Tehran has not paid them to realize that. The political-military leaders are either all connected to industrial services that have invested in the enemy’s war effort or they would like to be.

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.

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