Thursday, January 10, 2008


In a time when you really can believe very little from our government, this takes it to a new level. It turns out that the Navy is now admitting that the threatening exchange they had with Iranian naval speedboats might have been hacked.

Just two days after the U.S. Navy released the eerie video of Iranian speedboats swarming around American warships, which featured a chilling threat in English, the Navy is saying that the voice on the tape could have come from the shore or from another ship.

The near-clash occurred over the weekend in the Strait of Hormuz. On the U.S.-released recording, a voice can be heard saying to the Americans, "I am coming to you. You will explode after a few minutes."

The Navy never said specifically where the voices came from, but many were left with the impression they had come from the speedboats because of the way the Navy footage was edited.

Today, the spokesperson for the U.S. admiral in charge of the Fifth Fleet clarified to ABC News that the threat may have come from the Iranian boats, or it may have come from somewhere else.
You'd think the U.S. Navy could have it's shit together before creating an international incident and further making the U.S. look like a bunch of fools.

Oh, I forgot.

The U.S. is currently under the control of a bunch of fools.

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