Let's start with Israel, we surmised yesterday that Israel would be loud and insistent if they had some sort of axe to grind with Iran, let's check in on Netanyahu -
- *NETANYAHU THANKS BULGARIA FOR AID TO VICTIMS OF TERROR ATTACK
- *ISRAEL'S NETANYAHU SAYS IRAN, HEZBOLLAH CARRY OUT GLOBAL TERROR
- *NETANYAHU SAYS ATTACKS WERE PLANNED IN INDIA, THAILAND
- *NETANYAHU SAYS HEZBOLLAH ACTED AT BEHEST OF IRAN
- *NETANYAHU SAYS TOO DANGEROUS TO LET IRAN HAVE NUCLEAR ARMS
- *NETANYAHU SAYS ISRAEL WILL PURSUE, PUNISH TERRORISTS WITH FORCE
- *NETANYAHU SAYS WORLD MUST RECOGNIZE IRAN AS TERROR THREAT
...Netanyahu was quick to point out that the Bulgarian bus explosion came on the 18th anniversary of a bombing that took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, at the Argentine Jewish Center that killed 85 people. Argentine prosecutors also blamed this attack on Iran.Well, since according to Israel, correlation proves causation, we've got this all down right? Unfortunately, it appears that this is actually the 1760th anniversary of "Emperor Julian arriving at Antioch with a Roman expeditionary force (60,000 men) and staying there for nine months to launch a campaign against the Persian Empire." So as you can plainly see, Israel was not the real target, Rome was. Hezbollah just got on the wrong plane and, well, missed.
But certainly we know who the allleged bomber was...this guy right?
But wait, Bulgaria has something to say about this dreaded IRANI....errr...Swedish?!? bomber
The Bulgarian police said that footage from airport security cameras captured the suspect roaming the airport for at least one hour, the Bulgarian news agency Novinite reported. According to the report he was a long-haired Caucasian in sportswear.
The body suspected as belonging to the terrorist had a U.S. driver's license issued in Michigan – apparently fake.
Here's a good question, has anyone asked Iran if they did it?
Iran’s Foreign Minister condemned “all terrorist acts” on Thursday after a suicide bombing in Bulgaria killed seven people Wednesday.While this doesn't preclude their involvement, it's certainly worth noting.
“The Islamic republic, the biggest victim of terrorism, believes terrorism endangers the lives of innocents… is inhumane and so strongly condemns” it, the Arabic-language television channel Al-Alam cited foreign ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast as saying. “Iran’s position is to condemn all terrorist acts in the world,” he added.
The details that are starting to emerge about the bombing are basically telling us this. Israel is pointing fingers at Iran because of the date, Bulgaria is guessing that the guy that did it is some dude that was wondering around in the airport with a suspicious backpack because he came from Gitmo and was closest to the blast. (Please note that the backpack does not appear to be all that heavy). This is also a contradiction of an earlier report that the blast originated in the luggage area. So in reality, no one has really proven much of anything.
Wait, there's more!
One other interesting note concerning the technical aspects of the attacks. After the bus had exploded, Oren Katz, an Israeli onlooker, was forced by circumstance to assume the role of emergency worker. This is because the Security agents themselves were essentially doing nothing, another strange circumstance that may, or may not, indicate a possible false flag.What do I think? So far, I believe that some alphabet soup agency told this guy to get on the bus. They told him to bring the backpack and gave him a script. Do I think he did it? Most likely not. This guy is the fall guy. The face that frames the argument. I also believe that the explosive were planted in the luggage container by someone else and that security was around to make sure everything happened like it should.
Katz recalls, “It was strange that there were so many security people around but none of them seemed to be focused on actually helping the wounded people, and I couldn’t believe that I of all people was the one taking care of this burning woman and stopping her from burning up.”
Strange indeed. However, it is not only strange that the “security people” would not be focused on helping the wounded people, it is strange that they would be there to begin with. More than one Bulgarian citizen has told this writer that security presence – any security presence – at public bus terminals in Bulgaria is an extremely rare event.
In fact, it was stated to me that, “there would be no security at all. They [security personnel/police] would not have been there at all unless they had prior knowledge of something going on.”
Who did it? At the moment, you got me. If I had to venture a guess, I would state a Free Syrian/Al-Quaeda type that came through Turkey (Especially given their proximity to Turkey) that was being managed on the ground by an arm of the CIA or Mossad. We'll see how accurate that is as the details come out....