U.S. Intercepts Iranian Terrorist Plot

Why is the Iranian terrorist plot not being talked about? A terrorist plot, I might add, that was recently unfoiled, on American soil, and planned by a legitimate power.
No outrageous patriotism?
No massive government conspiracy?
No BLOGS?!?!
Someone please write something about this before I lose it. There was a serious threat to our country from a high-end Iranian military force (IRGC), and no one seems to care.
I’m not one for scaring people, and I do remember a similar “scheme” involving U.S. and Iranian patrol boats skirmishing (all of which WAS a conspiracy), but this story is a little too wild to be true:
Iranian’s allegedly are paying off an American to hire a Mexican drug cartel to assassinate Saudi and Israeli diplomats. With proof as well. At least proof enough for the President to condemn another Arab country.
I’m not sure what scares me more: no hot press, or being shipped away to fight in Tehran.

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  1. #1 by Aric on October 14, 2011 - 9:14 pm

    How about this?

    There are a fair number of links in there too.

    • #2 by squelsch on October 15, 2011 - 8:57 pm

      Indeed. A while back there was an alleged skirmish between U.S. and Iranian patrol boats in the Persian Gulf. It was deemed false. Since the WMDs have never been found in Iraq, I think everyones a little skeptical of what our government tells us. I guess I was more concerned that the subject itself…. it had been more than a day since I read it in the paper, and didn’t see hardly anything on wordpress.

  2. #3 by lobotero on October 18, 2011 - 4:01 am

    Funny how such a big thing has become just another story for a couple of days and then back to crap…..

    • #4 by squelsch on October 18, 2011 - 4:35 am

      Funny you said that. I was kinda checkin out the Occupy Seattle protesters the other day when I realized how I had almost completely forgotten about the story in Libya. What the hell’s goin on there? It’s like people just forget about those things so quickly.

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