by John Vodila
U.S. sending oldest active duty ship, the aircraft carrier Enterprise to Persian Gulf
As hearing the news of the world’s first nuclear powered aircraft carrier the USS Enterprise steaming towards the Strait of Hormuz, in my mind red flags rose up and alarm bells started ringing.
With the USS Enterprise having over a half of a century of service and due to be taken offline in November, one has to wonder if this ship with 1700 souls on board is on a journey to its demise; think USS Liberty.
It is well known of the buildup for the coming war with Iran, and there has been much chatter of the Iranians submarines being a very possible threat in the coming closure of the Strait of Hormuz, one of the world’s most important shipping lanes.
An Iranian official said
“If they (the West) impose sanctions on Iran’s oil exports, then even one drop of oil cannot flow from the Strait of Hormuz”.
On Sunday the USS Abraham Lincoln sailed through the Persian Gulf Strait of Hormuz then on Monday the 27-member European Union voted to ban the imports of Iranian oil, and sanction transactions with Iran’s Central Bank but of course BP is being awarded 27 million dollars for gulf oil exploration leases and being exempt from the U.S. sanctions/oil embargo.
Headline today of “Iran ‘definitely’ closing Strait of Hormuz over EU oil embargo” it seems we are within only months of a possible false-flag attack to force a reason to begin our next war, and what better way than to torpedo the USS Enterprise and blame it on Iran. Two birds with one stone, justification for an attack and get rid of a very expensive decommission of a nuclear powered aircraft carrier.
World War may come sooner than I had believed.
All the while here at home the American people are losing everything they have like the story today of the 101 year old woman evicted from her Detroit home.
Links below relevant to above.