There are now reports that an Iraqi cargo shop did an inspection of its ship and found a “limpet mine” attached to it. One wonders why they would do an inspection of the ship. Theory: US helpfully informs the ship that US intel thinks Iran just put a limpet mine on their ship. Ship inspects itself. Finds “limpet mine.” Iran immediately blamed based on…no evidence whatsoever!
This is the second time Iran has been accused of “limpet mine” attacks on cargo ships in the Gulf. The last one was a false flag, which I will go into in a moment.
I have no idea what happened in this latest incident.
One thing I want to know is where this “limpet mine” was discovered. Above the hull again, like last time? Pull the other one!
Also, that is an Iraqi merchant ship, right? Iran has excellent relations with the pro-Iran Iraqi government. Why attack the commercial ship of an ally?
Note that this “Iranian attack” came at the exact time that the US has B-52’s, battleships, and aircraft carriers in the Gulf. Further, the Zionist enemy also has a submarine in the Gulf, supposedly. The US and Israel are threatening Iran with war right now. And now, right on target, Iran does a retarded attack on a commercial ship. Yeah, right. Ever notice that once we start threatening countries with war, these false flags start turning up one after the other?
First of all, the last limpet mine thing was faked. Sailors on both ships stated that they were hit by “flying objects.” Russia helpfully pointed out that a US drone was right overhead both ships when the “mines” were discovered. Also the US said that Iran fired at a US drone in the vicinity of the ships.
What happened is quite obvious. If you look at the hole on one of the ships, I can tell you right now that a limpet mine explosion looks completely different. That’s not from any mine at all. I studied mine holes and limpet mine holes quite a bit after this attack. The only hole I saw in my research that looks like that hole is from a US military exercise in which we fired Hellfire missiles from drones at a ship. I believe that “limpet mine” hole on that ship was blown with a Hellfire missile.
So what happened, obviously, is that the US put those stupid fake mines on the ships. Then the US drone overhead fired Hellfire missiles at the ships. I guess they just blow small holes in the ships, so it was no worry. Then they said: “Iran put limpet mines on the ships, and blew holes in them with the mines!”
Major problem with that argument. First of all, the limpet mines, idiotically, were placed above water. Retarded Americans could not figure out that limpet mines don’t blow up unless they are placed underwater beneath the hull, like most mines. No anti-ship mine blows up above the hull. It’s not possible. They don’t work that way. Limpet mines, like all anti-ship mines, detonate by wave action when they are placed under the hull on the ship. If you place them above the hull, they won’t work. Even if they detonate, they will just pop off the hull, explode outwards and shoot the mine out across the water.
So if Iran put those limpet mines on the ship, Iranians are retarded. Also, the fact that the “limpet mine” blew up above the hull means it didn’t happen. As I said, they only detonate if they are below water under the hull.
- US puts fake limpet mines on ships.
- US drone fires Hellfire missiles (flying objects) at ships, blowing holes in hulls above water.
- US blames Iran.
- Iran sees US drone incomprehensibly shooting Hellfire missiles at commercial ships and fires on the drone. Russia points out, helpfully, “Um, by the way, there was a US drone above those ships at the time…” Left out of the statement as the Russians always do, “…And that drone fired Hellfire missiles at the ships as a false flag to blame Iran.”
After the explosion, an Iranian rescue ship in the area immediately came to the ship to take its sailors to safety. The US tried to lie about this too, claiming that the rescue ship “kidnapped” the sailors. They rescued them, for Chrissake!
There is also grainy video of the Iranian rescue ship removing the “limpet mines” from the hull. I assume those are either not even limpet mines or they won’t blow above water because the rescue crew used a skeleton crew and did not follow proper procedures for removing a mine from a ship, a delicate operation. That crew must have been trained in removing explosives. The way that they removed the mine implies it probably wasn’t even real. Or maybe it won’t detonate above the hull. No idea, but they were not treating it like a dangerous object.
Ok, now if Iran idiotically put those mines above the hull like retards, why would Iran then go rescue the ship that they had just blown a hole in? Why would they remove the mine that they had put on the ship that they had just used to blow a hole in the ship? That would look guilty as Hell. No attacking party attacks someone in war, then goes to the site of the attack and picks up their unexploded ordinance without precautions while rescuing all the people they failed to kill! No one does that.
I would like to point out that both ships notified the US that they had been hit with explosions. US ships were right in the area, but they refused to come rescue the sailors or remove the explosives. And why should they? The US is the one that put those fake mines on the ships, blew holes in the ships, etc. Why would the US come rescue the ships they just attacked? Why would they come remove the fake mines they put on? See how that works?
I never thought the US did false flags much. But I’ve never seen the US do as many false flags, fake attacks, provocations, setting up of patsies, etc. then in the last eight years or so. Ever since this new Cold War with Russia got going, it’s been one false flag after another. Not to mention the endless string of false flags known as “the Syrian Civil War.”
I’m really starting to hate my country. I had no idea we were so damned evil.