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WereallDOOMED 10-07-2008 04:15 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Fox News just reported a confrontation with the revolutianary guard and american helicopters. This thing just gets murkier and murkier.

Floyd 10-07-2008 04:28 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
IT was Hungarian and not American
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/mid...st/7657066.stm

http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Wor..._Plane_To_Land

Colin 10-07-2008 04:31 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rinauldi (Post 42240)
Unconfirmed? Confirmed? Who knows?

Does it meet the magic criteria?

* Is it accurate
* Is it verifiable from at leat 2 different sources
* Is it relevant to the current situation

Seems that stifiling policies have brought posting to a halt. Did Cheney infiltrate as an admin? lol :mfr_lol::mfr_omg:

:sweatdrop::sweatdrop::sweatdrop:

Would you rather the whole forum was littered with rumour/conjecture?

Unlike yourself, the majority of the members are quite happy with the above criteria.
They are not stifling policies - they are there to ensure verified news items are available without having to wade through various post's quoting Sorcha Faal, Naomi Wolf..or Blossom Goodchild as verifiable sources..

If you are not happy with the way the forum is run (unlike many other members) then maybe you should post on another forum that has no qualms about touting rumour and conjecture as verified facts.

..oh, almost forgot, I checked your website, and if you'd read the email I sent to all members properly you would understand why I asked members to check their sources before posting news item. It is not stifling free speech

Have a nice day :thumb_yello:

WereallDOOMED 10-07-2008 04:41 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Just thought I would post the link to the story I caught on Fox News. It happened last month. Apologies for the lazyness of my post.


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,433832,00.html

loveTempest 10-07-2008 04:51 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Wow. Looks like our("US") plans were foiled again. Funny, the military was already briefed to deny the incident.
I have felt the strong sensation of doubling time events the past two days.
somehow escalation was averted.
Loving God's plan.

Ali Quadir 10-07-2008 05:59 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
WereallDOOMED
Thanks for the references to the planes...
These make a whole lot more sense than a fighter :) I saw those generals hanging on to the wings in my minds eye.

Neither are in use by the US according to their articles... But I don't suppose that means very much....

Edit: No wait, the 20 model is in use by the US.. I wasn't paying attention.

CROYCO 10-07-2008 07:11 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
WOOOOOO guys:

The plane was from Hungry and has been let go. BBC 2 min ago.

Steve_A 10-07-2008 07:17 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Hi tandiwe,

CBN over here in Brazil inform that it wasn't an American plane, nor was it military. It was Hungarian and it happened back in September. It's only now that the Iranians are talking about it.

Best regards,

Steve


Quote:

Originally Posted by tandiwe (Post 42023)
Just been on BBC news from Reuters, one line:

A US war plane has been forced to land in Iran after being caught in its air space.


jakelee 10-07-2008 07:21 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Hi all in here, nice to be here and i really like your discussions - interesting !

According to different official Danish medias and like the link to BBC, they state that the plane was heading for Afganistan with civilian aid and the like...
Lets see if this is the end of the story. :winksmiley02:

Best regards from Denmark to ya all

Jacob

Trishsgate 10-13-2008 11:29 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
http://www.truthout.org/100908A In Reversal, Democrats Shelve Iran Resolution
Falling from shoo-in status to widely rejected legislation within the space of four months, a resolution that would have opened the door for a naval blockade on Iran was officially shelved at the end of September, after several of its cosponsors withdrew their support. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Howard Berman has promised not to bring the bill, House Concurrent Resolution 362, before the committee until concerns about the text are addressed.

This in my opinion is very good news, Hope it remains this way. The key to resolving disputes is not in a show of force but in a show of compassion and understanding, resolving conflict thru diplomatic processes rather than war, killing, and hardships placed upon that country which do not benefit either country. I added this to the Iran thread rather than start another thread. :sweatdrop:

Love & Peace
Trish

THE eXchanger 10-13-2008 11:42 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Operator (Post 42198)
I heard some top military people were planning something against Bush ... ?

yup, as, i said,
the inner circles,
are about to turn on the inner circles
(nothing like dirty people,
turning to the light,
and, then cleaning up all the **** for us)
it is similiar to all the BS involved,
in climbing a corporate ladder,
there is always someone below someone else,
who does NOT like them,
the rungs are falling out of the ladder,
there are too many people,
trying to climb up, 9 different sides of the pin,
NONE OF THEM TRUST one another,
so, when you do NOT have the 18 virtues in place,
nothing, can stand the test of time

big difference here,
is that with all the info getting out there,
on a vast assortment of different things,
like masons, etc., - that the outside members,
have been asking the core tooo many questions
and, a lot of them, are turning and walking away
(i was up north, in a small town, one week ago,
and, was surprised, when i asked a local restaurant owner, about them, and, he said, hardly anyone shows up anymore) a sign of the times ???
lets hope so (this town was started in the early 1800's)

love
susan
the eXchanger

unloadedgunn 10-14-2008 01:01 AM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Is it "tomorrow" yet in Iran? In other words was this a Oct. 7th or an Oct. 8th event?

RSF 10-24-2008 12:20 PM

Re: US warplane forced to land in Iran
 
Wondering about the plane too? What make & model, what sophisticated stuff on board and was it destructed before landing?
RSF


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