Saturday, May 26, 2007

The Next Great Adventure

The Iranians say they have discovered U.S.-run "spy operation" in Iran:
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Iran said Saturday it has uncovered spy rings organized by the United States and its Western allies, claiming on state-run television that the espionage networks were made up of "infiltrating elements from the Iraqi occupiers."

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Saturday's Iranian statement followed reports that President Bush has authorized the Central Intelligence Agency to launch new covert action to destabilize the Iranian government.

Iranian officials have repeatedly raised concerns that Washington could incite members of Iran's many ethnic and religious minorities against the Shiite-led government in Tehran.

Although the United States has denied such reports, it has launched several Iran-related initiatives, including establishing offices for Iranian affairs in Azerbaijan and the United Arab Emirates, and committing $75 million to promoting democracy in Iran.
With both the lame-duck Bushies and their Democratic enablers pantingly anxious to find an excuse to take their frustrations out on the Iranians, from the air at least, can there be any possible doubt that there are American black ops in Iran? One might doubt whether the Iranians have actually identified any of them, but you have to think they exist.

God help us all.

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