More Saber Rattling? Iran Just Deployed Warships off Yemen in Response to US Navy Blowing up Three Radar Sites



It is being reported that Iran has now dispatched two warships to Yemen in response to the US Navy blowing up three radar sites on the coast of Yemen in the past 24 hours. Iran claims the ships were dispatched to the vital shipping route in the Gulf of Aden “to protect trade vessels from piracy.” The US claims it has intelligence proving Iran is funding Yemen’s Shiite rebels and they were provoking America. The US, as many readers know, is underwriting the Sunni agenda headquartered in “ally” Saudi Arabia.

It’s another step in the march toward world war which the Pentagon seems to be heading straight toward by the hour.

Video below published on the official US Navy YouTube earlier today reportedly shows the US striking three coastal radar sites in Yemen with Tomahawk cruise missiles in retaliation for what an unnamed official confirmed to Fox News were Shiite rebels firing missiles at US military ships twice, and missing both times, over the last four days.

Then again, we only know what we’re being told by our establishment media and their always unnamed officials. Average American citizens have no idea what’s really going on over there. They said similar things about The Gulf of Tonkin incident to launch us into a bigger war in Vietnam and that turned out to be completely fabricated.

Via US Navy’s YouTube:

RED SEA (Oct. 13, 2016) The guided missile destroyer USS Nitze (DDG 94) launches a strike against three coastal radar sites in Houthi-controlled territory on Yemen’s Red Sea coast. Due to hostile acts, continuing and imminent threat of force, and multiple threats to vessels in the Bab-al Mandeb Strait, including U.S. naval vessels, Nitze struck the sites, which were used to attack U.S. ships operating in international waters, threatening freedom of navigation. Nitze is deployed to the 5th Fleet area of operations to support maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts. (U.S. Navy Video/Released) 161013-N-KL526-003



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