Sunday, October 7, 2012

Attack on Iran on October 15? (Updated)

Modern Survival Blog predicts an attack on Iran on October 15--the night of the new moon. The author also adds:
As reported on, “This will be one of the only times in history when the US has had three aircraft carriers in close proximity to [Iran]“. The U.S. aircraft carrier CVN-74 Stennis had silently left its shore leave early and has been headed toward the Arabian Sea to join up with the aircraft carrier group CVN-65 Enterprise and the CVN-69 Eisenhower off the coast of Iran. Let that sink in for a moment… THREE aircraft carrier groups together. That is A-LOT of firepower.

The USS John C. Stennis apparently left port on Monday, Oct-1, and will likely join up with the others after its approximate 2-week journey. A typical cruising speed of 20 knots will bring it there around October 14, more or less. Interesting isn’t it?
(Update: October 16, 2012) -- The date has come and gone, so I'm going to hazard a guess and say this prediction was wrong--at least as to an air strike. Israel may be waiting to see what how the election turns out, and whether they will have U.S. support.

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