United States-Iran war?

This video from the USA says about itself:

U.S. Facing Global Diplomatic Crisis Following Massive WikiLeaks Release of Secret Diplomatic Cables.

The Obama administration has devoted enormous attention and effort to a worldwide campaign to destabilize Iran and open the way to direct military aggression, the latest mass of documents released by WikiLeaks confirms: here.

European Union foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton said today that Iran has agreed to discuss its nuclear programme at a meeting in Geneva next week: here.

USA: Even after its Iraq fiasco, the NYT feels it’s ok to trumpet on its front page a highly incendiary story about Iran having a lethal new weapons system without proof — or even place it within its proper context? Here.

Despite sanctions and trade embargoes, over the past decade the United States government has allowed American companies to do billions of dollars in business with Iran and other countries blacklisted as state sponsors of terrorism, an examination by The New York Times has found: here.

WikiLeaks Cablegate: LIVE Updates here.

Daniel Ellsberg speaks to the BBC about Cablegate: here.

Chomsky: Leaked cables reveal America’s ‘profound hatred of democracy’: here.

Washington heightened tension in the seas to the west of Korea today, sending the USS George Washington supercarrier to take part in US-South Korea military exercises: here.

With strong backing from Washington, the South Korean government is continuing a series of provocative military drills that threaten to lead to conflict with North Korea: here.

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