View full version: World War III - Chapter 2
  1. Israel claims Bush promised Nuke strike on Iran
  2. The Hormuz incident -- shades of Gulf of Tonkin in 1964
  3. How the Neo-cons will start Iran war
  5. Iranian ships harass US Navy
  6. US Special forces on standby over nuclear threat
  7. CIA is up to no good
  8. Israeli PM prepping for nuke war
  9. Civil war in Pakistan?
  10. Ominous news: Israel would endure Nuke war with Iran
  11. Russia helps Iran keep balance of power
  12. Bush Approves Largest Army Reorganization Since World War II
  13. Israel will attack Iran on its own
  14. Russia Makes 1st Nuke Shipment to Iran
  15. Israel to get something started vs. Iran?
  16. Recent Iran report might trigger war
  17. Pentagon to resume biological weapons testing
  18. Russian warships to dock in Syria
  19. "Doomsday Seed Vault" in the Arctic
  20. The truth comes out: Iran NOT working on nukes
  21. Bombs away?
  22. Cheney: US Will Not Let Iran Go Nuclear
  23. Russia's Putin has Nukes ready to fly
  24. US Navy ordering up LOTS of extra fuel -- why?
  25. Plan to attack Iran swiftly from above
  26. Offer coursework to US soldiers in IRAN and SYRIA?
  27. Sizzlers
  28. China could have sunk a US Aircraft Carrier!
  29. Patriotic Dog and Pony Show
  30. The record on Curveball
  31. Israel to invade Gaza full-scale?
  32. Iran Nuclear Talks to Be Held in Rome
  33. War Plans: United States and Iran
  34. Latest on Iran
  35. Israel tries to choke off Gaza
  36. Putin thinks Bush is nuts!
  37. Potential new secret nuclear sites in Syria
  38. Bomb Iran? U.S. Requests Bunker-Buster Bombs
  39. Thousands of soldiers cope with brain damage
  40. A 1999 Letter
  41. New Cold War heats up
  42. Iraq IS about the oil
  43. Israel's Strike on Syria... Getting clearer.
  44. The Russia Problem
  45. Bush warns about WW3!
  46. Putin warns the US
  47. Top Air Force official dies by suicide -- yeah right
  48. Seven countries in five years
  49. Oh, Israel is SUCH a good guy right?
  50. Latest on Vladimir Putin and US relations