According to Adams, it was clear Israel and the U.S. are trying to provoke a much bigger war in the region. "They want Hezbollah to attack Israel; they want war in Lebanon," he said. "Of course, the U.S. wants a reason to attack Iran – and that would probably draw Russia into the war because Russia can't allow Iran to fall to the West."
The Health Ranger added that the U.S. is trying to provoke war with Iran or Lebanon's Hezbollah. He continued that if the provocation fails, America will carry out a false-flag attack and blame it on one of the Middle Eastern countries. This blame, Adams said, will then be used to justify the bombing of Iran.
Quayle, meanwhile, noted that the possibility of this happening is very real. Iran possesses so-called nuclear intermediate-range ballistic missiles (IRBMs), which makes it a nuclear power. Tehran also has a presence in Venezuela, putting the Islamic republic closer to the continental United States. (Related: Repeated attacks by Iranian-backed militants on U.S. troops in the Middle East increase tension between Washington and Tehran.)
Moreover, Iran and Russia have a mutual defense treaty – with Moscow giving a stern warning about bombing Tehran. According to Adams, Russia is providing Iran with technology. The Islamic republic is also developing a lot of its own technology and training capable experts.
According to the Health Ranger, the carrier strike group unit aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower was sailing closer to Iran – apparently daring Iran to attack. On Nov. 28, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz said the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier had been spotted 100 kilometers (62 miles) from Iran.
He ultimately noted that this provocative move could end badly, as the USS Eisenhower could be taken out by a missile from Iran in probably less than 60 seconds. Quayle agreed, noting that Washington losing one of its aircraft carriers to Tehran is a critical setback. He also said that people working to destroy the U.S. from within are willing to sacrifice an aircraft carrier and its 5,000 personnel – a sentiment Adams seconded.
According to Quayle, moving three major assets to add more firepower into a small, contained area only means one thing – a major world power is asking for trouble.
Aside from sending the aircraft carrier close to Iran, the U.S. is already taking planes from aircraft carriers and stationing them in an airbase in Italy. "In essence, they are clearing the flight deck and putting the planes in land-based areas," Quayle said.
Quayle also told Adams that the Incirlik Air Force Base in Turkey keeps American nuclear weapons. He said for such kinds of weapons, there is a certain protocol to be followed – which includes codes for people who hold Q clearances.
"It's not just having a nuclear weapon and having the code for that specific nuclear weapon. There are arming protocols and there are verification protocols. There's a lot of protocols. All that can take up to five minutes."
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