The State of Political Affairs Worldwide. A New Political Series on the End Time Scenario Prior to Ascension
by Georgi Stankov, August 27, 2013
Although I have decided to follow the advice of the Elohim and that of my HS and not engage in the coming inevitable dark events on the ground on the cusp of our ascension and only to concentrate on this outcome, I have decided that I am able to present an impartial overview and analysis of the final criminal steps of the cabal to unleash a worldwide devastating war and thus trigger their own demise from the historical stage.
The reason for this decision is that I came to the conclusion that most people do not have the red thread as to what is happening now behind closed doors at the political stage and how the decisions of the dark cabal to go to war are actually taken. The current dramatic events that will begin in the next few days can only be understood in the historical perspective.
I will publish essentially external articles that highlight the historical and political background of the cabal’s plan to throw humanity in a global war and establish the NWO, and thus hinder ascension. It is superfluous to mention that such ideas are more than naive, these are the ideas of idiotic psychopaths that do not realize that the destiny of this planet is now fully in the hands of the Source and that the PAT is the divine force and the executor of Source’s Will on this planet. We are the ones, the true Warriors of Light, who will determine when this dark pestilence will be wiped out from the surface of this planet which is now reset and “uploaded” to ascend in 5D light and become a sparkling star after the detonation of the PAT Supernova.
I shall begin my series of political articles with a report on how the US government gave chemical weapons of mass destruction to Saddam Hussein and instigated him to use these deadly weapons in his war against Iran. At that time Saddam was an official American protegé and was supported by the US government of Reagan financially and military in a massive and very overt manner during the Cold War, if hopefully some of you may still remember.
The Iraq-Iranian war in the 80s lasted for more than 8 years and led to the death of more than one million Iranians. Many of them died in massive chemical attacks performed by the Iraqi army that was advised and supported by the US-secret services and the US-army. This war was deliberately instigated by the US government of Reagan after the ousting of the American army, secret services and oil companies from Iran when Ayatollah Khomeini came on power in 1979 and establish the Islamic Republic of Iran.
In particular, the conflict between the USA and Iran escalated after the staged hostage drama in the US embassy in Teheran took place and the rescue operation ordered by president Carter badly failed. This military disaster made the USA in their helplessness to cope with the new Islamic Republic of Iran an object of ridicule throughout the world. At that time I had some Iranian friends who studied medicine with me in Heidelberg and was regularly informed about this conflict first hand.
US Gave Saddam Blessing to Use Toxins Against Iranians
RT-News, August 26, 2013
This handout dated 1991 shows toppled leader Saddam Hussein (AFP Photo)
As Washington ponders over whether to hammer Damascus over unidentified use of toxic agents in Syria, declassified CIA documents reveal that 25 years ago the US actually indulged ruthless Saddam Hussein to use chemical warfare gases in war with Iran.
The recently declassified documents at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, suggest that the US was closely following the use of chemical weapons by the Saddam Hussein’s regime both against the enemy in the Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988) and against Iraq’s Kurdish population, reports Foreign Policy magazine.
Despite the fact that the US establishment regarded Saddam Hussein as ‘anathema’ and his officials as ‘thugs’, the policies of President Ronald Reagan’s administration through 1980s was to ensure that Iraq would win the war with Iran, the FP stated.
Former CIA official retired Air Force Colonel Rick Francona has said exclusively to Foreign Policy that starting from 1983 the US had no doubts that Hussein’s Iraq was using prohibited chemical weapons (mustard gas) against its adversary, while Iran lacked solid proof and could not bring the case to the UN.
Experienced Arabic linguist Rick Francona, who worked for both the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), shared that the first time he had proof of Iraq using toxins against Iranians was in 1984, while he was serving as the US Air attaché in Amman, Jordan. He had solid proof that Iraqis had used Tabun nerve agent (GA) against Iranian troops advancing in southern Iraq.
It has also been revealed that Saddam Hussein’s military industrial complex could not produce shells with toxic chemical substances itself and was heavily dependent on foreign equipment, with Italy been mentioned as one of the sources for the special equipment.
But Reagan’s administration was willing Baghdad to win the war, so it turned a blind eye on Iraq using lethal nerve agents against Iran, since that could turn the tide of war into a right direction, Foreign Policy reports.
The 1925 Geneva Protocol banned chemical warfare, while the Chemical Weapons Convention banning production and use of chemical arms was introduced in 1997. Iraq never bothered to sign the document, while the US did so in 1975, and by 1980s the US had international obligations to prevent the use of chemical weapons.
During the war with its neighbor, Iran was in a state of heavy international isolation that followed the 1979 Islamic Revolution, and Iran’s military was lagging behind if compared to Iraqi Army.
Still, with the population fanatically supporting the Islamic leadership, Iran used inhumane tactics of ‘human wave’ attacks, turning its soldiers into expendables and thus nullifying Iraq’s military superiority.
In 1987, US satellite intelligence suggested that Iran was concentrating troops for a powerful offensive on Iraq’s southern Fao Peninsula in the direction of the key city of Basrah. The US believed that in spring of 1988 the Iranians might undertake a decisive attack, capitalizing on tactical mistakes by the Iraqi military which could result in Iraq’s defeat.
According to Francona, after acknowledging with the intelligence data, President Ronald Reagan wrote a margin for the US Secretary of Defense Frank C. Carlucci: “An Iranian victory is unacceptable.”
Thus, the Americans opted to share intelligence information with Baghdad, authorizing the DIA to give detailed data on exact locations of all Iranian combat units, Air Force movements, air defense systems and key logistics facilities.
Rick Francona described the satellite imagery and electronic intelligence provided as “targeting packages” enabling the Iraqi Air Force to destroy Iranian targets.
In 1988, Iraq conducted four highly successful chemical attacks on Iranian troops with sarin nerve agent, killing hundreds, if not thousands on the spot. The attacks preluded heavy artillery assaults and were disguised, being accompanied with use of smoke shells.
Official Iranian statistics of the dead in these attacks is still unavailable.
At the time Francona was serving as the US military attaché in Baghdad and he witnessed the aftermath of the attacks himself. He visited the Fao Peninsula shortly after it had been captured by the Iraqis. On the battlefield he saw hundreds of spent syringes with atropine, which Iraqi troops had been using as antidote to sarin’s lethal effects. Francona took several of these injectors to Baghdad as proof of chemical weapons use.
Francona told Foreign Policy that Washington was “very pleased” with the Iranians being stricken preemptively to prevent them from launching their offensive.
Also, in March 1988, Iraq launched a nerve gas attack on separatist Kurdish village of Halabja, some 240km northeast of Baghdad, killing 5,000, while 7,000 more suffered long-lasting health problems.
The last of the chemical attacks launched by Iraq in 1988 was dubbed the Blessed Ramadan Offensive and became the largest use of chemical weapons in modern history – probably until the recent attack launched in a suburb of the Syrian capital, Damascus, with casualty figures ranging from dozens to almost 1,300 deaths.