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At 7.00am on Friday 11th June 2010, on BBC News (London), the new British Prime Minister, David Cameron, speaking in Afghanistan, plainly stated that on 911, the Twin Towers were "blown up." Here is the BBC audio recording of part of what Cameron said to British soldiers in Afghanistan:
Which intelligence service is using the London Times as a propaganda outlet for BlackOps messaging? And why is Saudi Arabia so alarmed about the exposures?
On Saturday 12th June 2010, The Times (London) headline on page 43 read: "Israeli bombers offered clear skies for attack on Iranian nuclear sites." Middle Eastern correspondent, Hugh Tomlinson, wrote: "Saudi Arabia has conducted tests to stand down its air defences to enable Israeli jets to make a bombing raid on Iran’s nuclear facilities, The Times can reveal. In the week that the UN Security Council imposed a new round of sanctions on Tehran, defence sources in the Gulf say that Riyadh has agreed to allow Israel to use a narrow corridor of its airspace in the north of the country to shorten the distance for a bombing run on Iran. To ensure the Israeli bombers pass unmolested, Riyadh has carried out tests to make certain its own jets are not scrambled and missile defence systems not activated. Once the Israelis are through, the kingdom’s air defences will return to full alert."
" 'The Saudis have given their permission for the Israelis to pass over and they will look the other way,' said a US defence source in the area. 'They have already done tests to make sure their own jets aren’t scrambled and no one gets shot down. This has all been done with the agreement of the US State Department.' Sources in Saudi Arabia say it is common knowledge within defence circles in the kingdom that an arrangement is in place if Israel decides to launch the raid."
"The four main targets for any raid on Iran would be the uranium enrichment facilities at Natanz and Qom, the gas storage development at Isfahan and the heavy-water reactor at Arak. Secondary targets include the lightwater reactor at Bushehr, which could produce weapons-grade plutonium when complete. The targets lie as far as 1,400 miles (2,250km) from Israel; the outer limits of their bombers’ range, even with aerial refuelling. An open corridor across northern Saudi Arabia would significantly shorten the distance. An airstrike would involve multiple waves of bombers, possibly crossing Jordan, northern Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Aircraft attacking Bushehr, on the Gulf coast, could swing beneath Kuwait to strike from the southwest."
Later, on Saturday 12th June 2010, the official Saudi Press Agency issued an urgent press release, quoting a Foreign Ministry official as saying that the allegations published in The Times (London) were "false" and "slanderous." The Saudi official stated that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia "reiterates its position of firm opposition to and rejection of the violation of its sovereignty and the use of its airspace or territory by anyone to attack any country." More here (13.06.10).