Monday, July 23, 2012

Swiftly Blaming Bulgaria Terror Attack on Iran Spells False Flag

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
July 19, 2012

Almost immediately after a bus full of Israeli tourists exploded outside of the airport in Burgas, Bulgaria, both Israel and the United States began hurling accusations that Iran was behind the violence. According to the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry, at least six people were killed and approximately thirty were wounded.

Nicolas Kulish and Matthew Brunwasser of the New York Times wrote:

Photographs and video taken at the airport showed billowing black smoke from the explosion that left the bus a blackened skeleton, scorched several buses nearby, shattered windows and forced the airport to temporarily close. Eyewitnesses quoted by Israeli news media said some victims were on fire as they tried to escape the flaming bus and that many had suffered severe burns.
In a formal statement, President Barack Obama condemned what he called “today’s barbaric terrorist attack on Israeli’s in Bulgaria.”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went much further in his condemnation and stated that “All signs point to Iran.”

While there was no immediate statement from Iran, Netanyahu was quick to point out that the Bulgarian bus explosion came on the 18th anniversary of a bombing that took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, at the Argentine Jewish Center that killed 85 people. Argentine prosecutors also blamed this attack on Iran.

Netanyahu further stated that “Over the last few months we have seen Iran’s attempts to attack Israelis in Thailand, India, Georgia, Kenya, Cyprus, and other countries.”

He continued by calling these alleged attacks a pattern of a “global Iranian terror onslaught and Israel will react firmly to it.”

Indeed, Israel has been trying it’s best to “react” to Iran for several years, at the very least ever since the years of the Bush regime.

However, as more and more facts emerge regarding the Bulgarian bus explosion, the more and more reasons we have for concluding that Iran was not responsible for it , just like the other attacks supposedly committed by Iran.

To begin with, the very fact that both Israel and the United States had such immediate knowledge as to whom was responsible for the attacks seems questionable at best. However, the fact that this information would point to Iran after both the United States and Israel have been so vocal and open with their desire to harass, provoke, and attack the Middle Eastern nation, is even more suspect.

Just taking a look at some of the most basic facts of this incident seem to incriminate Israel or even the NATO/Anglo-American (Mossad/CIA/MI-6) intelligence agencies much more so than it does Iran.

First, one must ask the obvious question of cui bono? Or, “who benefits?”

Would Iran, encircled by U.S. military bases, located near an increasingly destabilized Syria, and in the crosshairs of the most powerful military powers on the face of the earth, really benefit by committing a solitary act of terror that, beyond killing 6 civilians, has no military objective whatsoever? Indeed, the only thing such an act would accomplish would be to whip up political and public support for an action against Iran on behalf of those nations who already had their finger on the trigger and have only been looking for public justification to pull it.

However, if one flips the subject nation of this question around and looks at what Israel or the United States/Anglo-American empire would have to gain by such an event, the bombing tends makes much more sense. Indeed, the increase in public support for military action against Iran would only serve to boost the ability of the political forces and shadow government machines to wage their long-desired war against Iran.

Let us not forget that false flag attacks which were designed to be blamed on Iran have been attempted on at least two occasions that we know of in the last several years. The first was the plan by then Vice President Dick Cheney to replicate the Gulf of Tonkin incident with boats and marines painted up with Iranian colors which would then stage a shootout with American naval ships. This would have provided the rally cry of national defense needed to launch an attack against the “aggressor” nation which would have been bombed into the stone age and WW3 begun long before any real revelation of the true nature of the event came to light.

The second was the absolutely hilarious staged attempt by a so-called “Iranian used car salesman” planning to engage in acts of terror inside the United States.

But while both of these incidents were unsuccessful, it appears that the Bulgarian bombing incident may have more traction. Propaganda efforts have, for the most part, been increased in the years since Cheney boat incident.

Nevertheless, it should also be mentioned that both Israel and the United States would benefit immensely from the fact that the all of the victims (with the exception of the tour guide) were Israeli, thus completing the necessity of the false flag to be perceived as an attack upon oneself.

“Certainly,” members of the public are thinking, “Israel wouldn’t bomb it’s own citizens, would they?”

Although the attacks were apparently carried out by a suicide bomber, this should not serve to dampen suspicions of the involvement of Western or Israeli intelligence in the bombings. After all, it is well-known that “fundamentalists,” fanatics, and jihadists like those in al-Qaeda, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, or the Free Syrian Army are completely controlled by CIA/MI-6 and a small contingent of other Western intelligence agencies. Some even have strong ties to Israeli intelligence.

One other interesting note concerning the technical aspects of the attacks. After the bus had exploded, Oren Katz, an Israeli onlooker, was forced by circumstance to assume the role of emergency worker. This is because the Security agents themselves were essentially doing nothing, another strange circumstance that may, or may not, indicate a possible false flag.

Katz recalls, “It was strange that there were so many security people around but none of them seemed to be focused on actually helping the wounded people, and I couldn’t believe that I of all people was the one taking care of this burning woman and stopping her from burning up.”

Strange indeed. However, it is not only strange that the “security people” would not be focused on helping the wounded people, it is strange that they would be there to begin with. More than one Bulgarian citizen has told this writer that security presence – any security presence – at public bus terminals in Bulgaria is an extremely rare event.

In fact, it was stated to me that, “there would be no security at all. They [security personnel/police] would not have been there at all unless they had prior knowledge of something going on.”

So, with this in mind, one encounters yet another interesting “coincidence” that involves security personnel that just “happen” to be in the exact location of an unforeseen terrorist attack. Such an occurrence is reminiscent of the many terror drills occurring on both 9/11[1] and 7/7.

At this point, the claim that Iran is responsible for the Bulgarian bus bombing seems ludicrous. The only beneficiaries of such an act would be the aggressor nations of Israel and the United States as well as the rest of the world army currently known as NATO, itching to plant its boots on Iranian soil.

As for the technical aspects which, at this point are still being revealed, it is safe to say that no nation is immune to the methods of false flag terror employed by the shadow government factions which themselves exist inside every country on earth.

If the United States, the UK, Russia, and virtually every other country in the world has, at some point, fallen victim to false flag terror, there is no reason to believe that Bulgaria would be any different.

As another Bulgarian citizen recently stated to me after hearing of the bus bombing, “with enough money you can make anybody do anything in this country.”

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Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Mullins, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor's Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of three books, Codex Alimentarius -- The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, and Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident. Turbeville has published over one hundred articles dealing with a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville is available for podcast, radio, and TV interviews. Please contact us at activistpost (at)

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