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Sounds like a fairly serious terror attack in Iran.

 

I think this is quite significant as it is the first IS attack they have had.

 

Plus Trump is stirring it up, by siding with the Saudi' s in the middle east.

 

Could be seriously destabilising to the area, though European stock markets arent too bothered!

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It's the Neocons who are still trying to kick-start WW3.

Given that IS is a CIA/Mossad/Saudi creation I'm actually surprised it took them so long to target Iran.

 

They didn't succeed in starting WW3 with Russia over Syria or Ukraine, the didn't succeed to start it over North Korea so now it's Iran's turn again (Iran being another ally of Russia).


Also have you noticed how coincidentally the Philippines (a traditional US ally) has now been targeted by IS after the current president turned to China and started cutting ties with the US?

It's about time the whole war-mongering Neocon/Zionist/Bankster Cabal is ousted and jailed for all the war crimes they are responsible for.

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It is a highly significant terror attack.

Watch to see how different countries respond it.

France has immediately condemned the attack on the Iranian Parliament yet the UK government at the moment has not made a statement which frankly looks more than a little odd.

BTW it should be noted that Iran immediately condemned the terrorists involved in the London Bridge killings this week.

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4570674/Iran-says-London-attacks-wake-call-urges-uprooting-terrorism-sources.html

 

 

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3 hours ago, reddog said:

Sounds like a fairly serious terror attack in Iran.

 

I think this is quite significant as it is the first IS attack they have had.

 

Plus Trump is stirring it up, by siding with the Saudi' s in the middle east.

 

Could be seriously destabilising to the area, though European stock markets arent too bothered!

did say a bit about this a while back.

yemen is quite a serious flash-point and could quite easily turn iran v saudi as iran+iraq went back in 1980.

european(and world) stock markets SHOULD be worried, because for the most part this is totally off the radar and has the potential to massively disrupt oil supply.nice if you ain't in the region and have alternatives,but could give an initial 6-12 month shock to the markets while they adjust and seek new sources /technologies.

 

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1 hour ago, stormymonday_2011 said:

It is a highly significant terror attack.

Watch to see how different countries respond it.

France has immediately condemned the attack on the Iranian Parliament yet the UK government at the moment has not made a statement which frankly looks more than a little odd.

BTW it should be noted that Iran immediately condemned the terrorists involved in the London Bridge killings this week.

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4570674/Iran-says-London-attacks-wake-call-urges-uprooting-terrorism-sources.html

 

 

We're keeping quiet because it's an attack on a shia country but we've got to be chums with sunni Saudi Arabia cos they gave Trump a big gold medal and $90 billion in arms deals

And Trump says it's all down to naughty Qatar and Saudi are now the good guys

Oh and Iran's new leader is also considered a moderate and a reformer (relatively speaking) so he'll have to go PDQ

It's a clusterfck - they won't be happy until the middle east is glass

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