U.S. officials claim that the attacks against Saudi oil facilities was launched from Iranian soil.
Are they right?
We have no idea at this point, as the U.S. government hasn't released any evidence.
But given that the U.S. and 23 other countries have ADMITTED to carrying out false flag attacks before - including - it's worth asking whether Iran or another country had more to gain from this attack ...
Indeed, U.S. officials have admitted to twice carrying out false flag attacks intended to frame Iran and justify regime change:
(1) The CIA admits that it hired Iranians in the 1950′s to pose as Communists and stage bombings in Iran in order to turn the country against its democratically-elected prime minister.
(2) CIA agents and documents admit that the agency gave Iran plans for building nuclear weapons … so it could frame Iran for trying to build the bomb.
So it's worth questioning this, at least in the absence of real evidence. This is especially true because - until a couple of days ago - it seemed like the U.S. and Iran were moving towards diplomatic talks.
And Trump just fired the head "bomb Iran" cheerleader, John Bolton. So the odds of a peaceful solution to tensions with Iran seemed higher than they had been in years
So why would the Iranians "torpedo" the momentum towards diplomacy, and hand the U.S. a casus belli on a silver platter?
It's possible it really was the Iranians ... but given the history of fake "justifications" for war (like Iraq), it's worth asking questions.