>MISSILE DAY ALERT: Die Welt: Iran to deploy Shahab 3, Scud-B/C missiles at jointly manned base in Venezuela, many US cities vulnerable to attack

>– FLASHBACK: December 2008 Reports Allege Iran Deployed Troops and Missiles in Eritrea, Endangering Israel

According to the November 25, 2010 edition of Die Welt, citing Western intelligence sources, Iran is planning to place medium-range Shahab 3 missiles on Venezuelan soil. The German news source states that the agreement was signed between the two countries while Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez visited Tehran on October 19.

Die Welt contends that Venezuela’s communist dictator has agreed to allow Iran to establish a military base jointly manned by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and Venezuelan missile officers. Tehran has apparently given permission for the missiles to be used in case of “emergency.” In return, Venezuela can use the proposed missile base for “national needs,” greatly endangering neighboring Colombia. The German daily claims that Shahab 3 (range 1300-1500 km), Scud-B (285-330 km) and Scud-C (300, 500 and 700 km) will be deployed at the site.

“If a missile base can be opened in Venezuela,” warns Hudson New York Briefing Council, “many US cities will be able to be reached from there even with short-medium range missiles.” This news dovetails nicely with a recent post at the China Confidential blog, also citing Western intelligence sources, alleging that Iran and Venezuela plan to use northern Mexico as a platform to lob ballistic missiles at the USA.

What would US President Barack Hussein Obama do if this Iranian-Venezuelan plot comes to fruition? Not much. According to a Tweet by CBS reporter Mark Knoller, who covered Obama’s participation in last month’s NATO summit in Lisbon, Obama joked about diverting Air Force One to Caracas so he could visit Chavez. Upon learning of Obama’s wish, the Venezuelan president fired back: “We would sit down to talk, to eat socialist arepas.” Arepas is a corn-based pancake popular in that country.

Two years ago, a similar report surfaced concerning Iran’s deployment of missiles and troops in Eritrea, endangering Israel’s security.

2 responses to “>MISSILE DAY ALERT: Die Welt: Iran to deploy Shahab 3, Scud-B/C missiles at jointly manned base in Venezuela, many US cities vulnerable to attack

  1. mah29001 December 10, 2010 at 5:19 am

    >I hope you are looking into why Julian Assange is the new celebrity in the Kremlin as he should be nominated to get a Nobel Peace Prize. Julian Assange earlier in the year also gave an interview to Russia Today.Strange…Julian Assange doesn't have the same aspirations he has for outing Western governments and their flaws and not doing the same with Russia. Why is that? Is someone within the Russian government paying him to spill the beans on certain Western leaders?And this report of Iran deploying missiles in Venezuela just comes in the midst of his arrest as well for alledgely raping two women. But the MSM has given no further details on the assault making Julian Assange look like a hero…I also sadly believe the same people promoting Julian Assange is also trying to create a Jack Ruby-like situation where some nutcase may try to kill Julian Assange because he is a "Zionist agent".That's thanks to websites like VeteransToday.com and people like Wayne Madsen who are regular supporters of America's decline. Support the messenger…then promote misinformation that might lead to his untimely death…all the perfect ruse to create hysteria and destabalization for the West ready for Missile Day?

  2. Lori December 10, 2010 at 7:09 pm

    >Is there a timeline on this?

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