Skip to comments.Ex-CIA man: Iran blast largest sabotage in decades
Posted on 01/28/2013 11:14:21 AM PST by elhombrelibre
Former Revolutionary Guard tells 'Post' that such a blow to Fordow nuclear facility would harm Iran drastically.
ranian dissident-turned CIA operative Reza Kahlili told The Jerusalem Post on Monday that an alleged blast at the Fordow nuclear installation in Iran is "the largest case of sabotage in decades."
Although it has not yet been verified, a report by Kahlili, according to which a massive blast rocked Iran's key Fordow nuclear installation last week, continued to spread on Monday.
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I thought NutJob was going to unleash his thousands of illegal immigrants already on “standby” to cut us by a thousand 911s?
Another fine example of religiously controlled government running a secret, harmful game of covert action. If all true, this not a “test” from their allah as all ignorant muslims claim but a message from their evil superior islamic leaders. Another insult on islam. Love it!
“May God Bless the Jewish people of Israel as they go it alone against Iran in their quest to save humanity from nuclear capable madmen.”
Right on! And by the same token, I hope that those “jews” in this country that form the nucleus of most of the liberal organizations (like the ACLU) and guys like Bloomberg ultimately get their just rewards for their work at subverting this country’s moral values.
This is just terrible. Terrible :)
Dennis, God bless you and all of Israel, forever.
I am not good at reading earthquake charts/websites.
When I read this earlier today, I wondered if such a blast would have registered on the gizmos they use for detection, location, and intensity
Just last week the 30Ton Moab was delivered. Time is about right.
As far as sabotage goes, it is a rule of thumb that a bomb will often do far less damage than if you set their own equipment to self destruct. And this can be as simple as a gauge, where a reading of 8 through 10 is ‘red zone’, but the gauge won’t read higher than 7, no matter the actual condition.
“——opening emergency exits-—” That’s extremely interesting to me because I wrote about the exact method some time ago. Bunker busters don’t actually need to penetrate the main chambers-—just undermine the access points. And if that’s accurate info it smacks of something external rather than an internal explosion. Either way it’s tough sledding for whatever bunch of geniuses might have been inside. Gonna need a lot of virgins to service that bunch. Wonder who might have quietly delivered a six pack of bunker busters?
There was another one in early December? where hospitals were
advised to expect radiation patients.
So that’s at least three in two months. Eventually they’re going to run out of willing ‘contracted’ scientists and staff at the rate they’re going.
“imanutjob has to be going crazy”
Is he related to Amadinnerjacket ?
That is a lot of sabotage...going on....
“Among those stuck in the facility are dozens of foreign nationals. These are contracted scientists,” he said.”
I love it when these totally unable to be confirmed stories add little tantelizing details like this so we can all try and fill in the blanks like what language they spoke. Great way to make the readers feel involved in the story.
I don’t think it’s been determined that it WAS a bomb, instead of a gauge.
I read that it has been officially denied by the Iranian
government...so we’ll see.
The usual suspect ‘contractors’ in these cases are NORKS and Russians.