Every citizen should be aware that war with Iran will be almost inevitable, if they do not act and make their loved ones aware of the impending events.
Just recently, Gary Hart asked Iran if they are aware of the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine or the U.S.S. Liberty. Do you think he asks this for literary effect? Of course not. This is intended to be a portent.
Hart continues to give unsolicited advice by stating, "Until Pearl Harbor, we were even reluctant to get involved in World War II. For historians of American wars the question is whether we provoke provocations."
"Whether we provoke provocations," alludes to the established and incontrovertible fact that both the Maine (in which Hearst Publishing established the archetype of yellow journalism, which used the incident to goad the public into war) and the Liberty (LBJ tapes, "I want that GD ship going down," referring to the Liberty after it was attacked by Israeli unmarked fighter jets) were staged attacks to establish a casus belli for two different wars.
What does this have to do with contemporary events?
Well, Seymour Hersh has continued to report on the preparations for war against Iran. The new designations for the Iranian guard are the justification for the upcoming attack.
You and the remainder of the public should also be aware of what may be used to precipitate such an event.
US labs "have experienced more than 100 accidents" relating to the handling of deadly germs.
These security breaches would explain any germ or bio-hazard "mistakes," that could be forthcoming.
Not that this will happen or is impending, but realize
"My people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge."
"Where there is no vision the people perish."
What faces the US is not new to historians. Think of the "Polish" attack of a German radio station or the burning of the Reichstag. The German people did not envision the yoke of war which eventually enslaved them. Nor did they believe that the people in power would deceive them.
May God bless you and your family,
and may God Bless America.