It’s just one throwaway line in CIA asset Ken Dilanian’s new NBC piece on the whiz-bang, super-neato, space-age, Hollywood movie-like, special, high-technology that made the assassination possible.
“Intelligence from Israel helped confirm the details.”
And dammit, I just love the “Oceania has always been at war with the Badr Brigade” line of Iraq War II-denial embedded in all these stories. Dilanian and his assistant demonstrate how it’s done almost perfectly here:
“At the Baghdad airport, Soleimani was greeted by Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the deputy head of an Iraqi anti-American militia and a suspect in the bombing of the American and French embassies in Kuwait in 1983. Al-Muhandis got into the sedan with Soleimani and he, too, was killed in the strike.”
Sounds like a pretty bad dude. Too bad W. Bush, Rumsfeld, Cheney, Gates, Petraeus and the rest fought a 5 year civil war for him and his friends in the Da’wa Party and Supreme Islamic Council beginning in 2003, and then Obama and Trump fought another on their behalf from 2014–2019.
Oh well, anyway, what’s that you say? 1983 Kuwait embassy something? Oh yeah. We’re all still really mad about that too! Maybe we should ask President Reagan to double his support for Saddam Hussein to get some revenge!
5 thoughts on “Israel Helped Kill Soleimani”
My bet is Israel did more than that. I still think they may be behind the rocket attack used to justify the assassination in the first place.
Or they could well have directly committed this murder, too. After all, it’s the Israelians’ signature specialty. They could even have just only informed the US a few minutes before and carried it out entirely themselvess, leaving Trump to hold the bag. Do you think the Gov would tell us?
Probably not, but Trump is already Bibi’s designated gimp. There would really be no need for such cloak-in-dagger behavior.
30 Years doing everything they can to get this war started, and as soon as it looks like it might actually happen netayahu stands up and says “oh this has nothing to do with us, we need to stay our of this us-iranian conflict”
a bit of a sneak peak at how our greatest allies will act in the event a war does break out.
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