Friday, March 30, 2007


"Leading the charge against the popular Iranian government on behalf of the very unpopular oil companies was MI6 loony GK Young who later became a merchant banker in London and a racist campaigner of the most virulent variety. Until he ran out of money and had to go begging for more from the CIA, Young concentrated on subverting the Iranian media, planting false stories, bribing editors, and playing all the other dirty tricks necessary to uphold the principle of the freedom of the press." Iran was our puppet state Columnists Guardian Unlimited

British violations of Iranian territory
1. British unmanned reconnaissance plane RPV violated Iranian airspace in northeastern Abadan in June 2004 and was hit by Iranian anti-aircraft guns. RPV debris is available.
2. At 11 O'clock local time on June 22, 2004, three British speed boats with eight navy personnel on board trespassed Iranian borders and were arrested by Iranian coast guards.
3. At 21:30 local time on November 1, 2006, two British Black awks (choppers) from Royal Navy hovered at the height of 150 meters at 47,700-17,400 coordinates on Khorramshahr map (Pole-No: new bridge) violating Iranian airspace and they entered Iraqi territory through 62,500-15,500 coordinates after 10 minutes.
4. On January 27, 2007 a British helicopter flew over mouth of Arvandrud (Arvand river) and violated Iran's airspace and they left the area after a warning from Iranian coast guards.
5. Three British Navy boats entered Khor Mousa mouth in Iranian territorial waters on February 28, 2007.

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Nathan Thomas Summers, says: "I would like to apologise for entering your waters without permission."

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