Friday, November 12, 2010

EXCLUSIVE: IRAN, VENEZUELA SUSPECTED OF CONSPIRING WITH MEXICANS TO ATTACK US


CHINA CONFIDENTIAL EXCLUSIVE

Many intelligence experts believe that Iran and Venezuela--avowed enemies of the United States that have announced a "strategic alliance" aimed at overthrowing the U.S.-led world order--are conspiring with criminal and neo-fascist elements in Mexico to use the country as a base for launching potentially crippling terrorist attacks on the U.S., including ballistic missile strikes, Mumbai-style, swarming assaults, and biological warfare attacks.

"It's the Zimmermann telegram all over again," one analyst asserts, referring to the German Empire's secret proposal to the Mexican government to jointly make war on the U.S. The coded telegram, which Germany's Foreign Secretary, Arthur Zimmermann, sent to his country's ambassador in Washington, D.C. in 1917, at the height of World War I, was forwarded, at Zimmermann's request, to the German ambassador in Mexico. The telegram, which was intercepted and decoded by British cryptographers, proposed German support for a Mexican invasion of the U.S. to re-conquer the "lost" Mexican territories of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona.

Although Mexico rejected the proposal, its revelation in the American press enraged public opinion to a degree that contributed to the United States' declaration of war against Germany and its allies.

Iran and Venezuela are reportedly proposing similar territorial rewards for Mexico--as part of a new, post-American world order.