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    Wednesday, January 09, 2008

    Snipers on Navy war ships.


    Need for snipers on Navy ships.

    The Iranian speed boats were with in 200 yds, easy 50 cal range.
    Pump one into hull, engine, will slow the boat.
    Less than lethal, and piss them off, and end the threat.
    DOMINATE AREA AROUND FLEET. with snipers also.

    If they swarm with 300 boats, maybe an infantry company
    per ship to defend with not so small arms, stuff with a 1,000 yard range.

    50 cal range: Irans vid:

    BACKGROUNDER: and video:

    Not the Iranians on the radio channel?
    Why didn't the Iranians hear the broadcast?
    Why wasn't the voice on the Iranian tape?
    If the Iranians are on the level, and thats a big IF.
    And their radios didn't pick up the voice channel.
    That might indicate it was a weak transmitter broadcasting the voice.
    Someone on one of their little speed boats, far away enough, so the Iranians didn't
    hear it but close enough to the USA ship for them to hear it.???
    The one speed boat went from port around behind to starboard,
    putting the ship between the speed boat and where he came from,
    ? where the official broadcast came from.
    Maybe with the War ship between them
    only the war ship would hear the transmission
    but not the Iranian on the Iranian vid.

    $20 hand held transceiver,200 yards range, from walmart?

    False flag ops? or rogue speed boater?
    Who would benefit from this?
    I find it amazing they couldn't triangulate on the location of the broadcaster.

    ‘Filipino Monkey’ and the Naval Confrontation With Iran

    January 7, 2008, 10:37 AM (GMT+02:00)

    DEBKAfile's military and Iranian sources stress that the near-shooting incident Sunday, Jan. 6, in which 5 IRGC speedboats made threatening passes against three US Navy vessels in the Strait of Hormuz, was timed precisely by Tehran for the eve of President George W. Bush's Middle East tour.

    1. It was an "in your face" gesture by the IRGC to show the US president they were not scared by being declared a global terrorist organization, a step Bush took last year.

    The elite Iranian corps was also intent on proving that Iran was the boss of the Strait of Hormuz, the crude oil outlet for Persian Gulf producers – not the US Navy.

    2. A reminder that Iran is able to block the strait at will and throw the world's oil traffic in disarray.

    3. It is important for the Islamic Republic to show its neighbors on the US president's itinerary that Iran is the region's leading power, not the US, and that no deals or issues can be finalized without Tehran's say-so.

    4. The Iranian speedboats were also a warning to the nations hosting Bush not to risk signing any military pacts that may be directed against Iran.

    5. Tehran has been all ears to pick up every nuance from the White House ahead of the Bush tour. In an interview aired by Israeli television Sunday, Bush said that Iran "was a threat and is a threat" and the US has never given up its military option.

    Israeli officials have also leaked a plan to show the visiting president intelligence data to refute the US National Intelligence Estimate's claim that Iran gave up its nuclear arms program in 2003.

    Over the weekend, supreme ruler Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's senior adviser Ali Larijani went from Cairo to Damascus to discuss the Lebanese crisis. This was meant as a signal to Washington that the problem was susceptible to diplomatic engagement. But when the Iranians heard the Bush interview, they decided to show muscle instead and launched the naval incident in the Strait of Hormuz.

    6. While possibly a coincidence, the naval provocation occurred at the same time as al Qaeda's American spokesman called on the region's Muslim to greet the visiting US president with bombs. The two events have combined to add fuel to the climate in the region preparing to welcome President Bush.



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