March 8, 2008


Iran accuses John McCain of US spying plot (Angus McDowall, 08/03/2008, Daily Telegraph)

In a shadowy White House briefing room hung with maps of the Persian Gulf, Senator John McCain is meeting a perfidious cabal of spies and businessmen, including the international financier George Soros, to plot regime change in Iran.

"Our military presence no longer has the impact it used to have," grumbles a CIA official.

"This can be seen in Iraq and Afghanistan. We need to find alternative methods."

The CIA's covert operations in the Middle East have not, sadly, been opened to public scrutiny.

The conversation was in fact featured in an animated cartoon being aired on Iranian television, warning against foreign conspiracies and advertising 113, the Intelligence Ministry's anti-spy hotline.

...not even realizing the regime changes were effected.

Posted by Orrin Judd at March 8, 2008 9:52 AM
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