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The Nuclear Scientist & His Fear Of Flying?!
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I was wondering why we'd had a spate of illegal migrant crossings in the English Channel and what
was causing the sudden reporting of the incidents.

It seemed silly that only now, during the parliamentary in-fighting, that the mainstream media were
flagging up the dangerous voyages from France and I just thought it was a journalistic trend to give
it some attention now.
 
The MSM started being reporting in November of last year and then seemed to stop just after January 2019.
Almost all were Iranians and by the articles printed, all of them were apprehended. The timing just didn't
make sense and the stupidity of the illegal invaders -that actually succeeded in reaching the British shores,
was puzzling.

Then this dubious tale emerged and even though it sounds like it comes straight out of a fictional
spy novel, is this really how clandestine security agencies go on?! The beginning scenes from
'Dark Knight Rises' comes to mind with a dumbed-down CIA catching a foreign scientist, but at least
they used an aeroplane!


Quote:MI6 spies 'smuggled a defecting Iranian nuclear scientist into the UK on a dinghy by using
Channel migrant crisis as cover'

*The nuclear technician is thought to have hidden among other Iranian migrants
*The inflatable boat landed in Lydd, Kent, on New Year's Eve with 12 migrants 
*Joint operation involved MI6, the CIA and Mossad, who hatched plan in October
*CIA and MI6 are keen to question the man about Iran's nuclear programme

'British spies smuggled an Iranian nuclear scientist to the UK across the English Channel on a dinghy
after using the migrant crisis as cover,  it has been claimed.

The 47-year-old man is thought to have hidden among other Iranians on an inflatable boat when making
the crossing. The scientist travelled by 3,000 miles by land to the French coast near Calais after he was
reportedly smuggled out of his homeland and into neighbouring Turkey by the Israeli secret service Mossad.

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The Iranian scientist, who has information about Iran's nuclear programme and reportedly helped plan the
2012 assassination of Tehran's top nuclear expert Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, arrived in Lydd, Kent, with 12
other migrants  on New Year's Eve. 

But MI6 faced a problem. They wanted to interview the scientist, and help him make his way on to America,
but, unlike the US, Britain is still part of the nuclear Iran Deal. 

Not wanting to jeopardize the deal by being seen to help a defector, MI6 decided on the unusual method of
'extraction' in a joint operation with Mossad and America's CIA. 

'Once in France, the question of how to get him into Britain remained. We couldn't simply fly him in.
Though unusual, it was determined infiltrating him into a group of fellow migrants preparing to cross the Channel
by boat offered one solution.' 

The plot, which was hatched in October, was complicated by President Donald Trump ending US support for
the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which is aimed at preventing Iran from building nuclear weapons via
an inspection regime and suspension of sanctions.

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 A source told the Sunday Express: 'This wasn't without its challenges.
'His absence was noted quickly and we were informed that a special unit of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps
had been dispatched. 'Once in France the question of how to get him into Britain remained.

'We couldn't simply fly him in. 'Though unusual, it was determined infiltrating him into a group of fellow migrants
preparing to cross the Channel by boat offered one solution.'

MI6 interviewed the nuclear technician on Iran's nuclear plans before he was flown to America.
For decades Western nations have been concerned about Iran's nuclear programme, accusing Tehran of seeking
atomic weapons.  Iran long has said its program is for peaceful purposes, but it faced years of crippling sanctions.

The 2015 nuclear deal Iran struck with world powers, including the U.S. under President Barack Obama, was aimed
at relieving those fears. Trump, who campaigned on a promise to tear up the nuclear deal, said he ultimately pulled
America out of the accord over Iran's ballistic missile programme and its malign influence on the wider Middle East...'
MailOnline:

So basically, the security services of the United Kingdom are willingly-involved in smuggling people across a border
knowingly performing a criminal act. Even though America (I presume the Mail means the United States!) wanted
the Iranian scientist for purposes that we're not told, The Daily Mail happily reports that MI6 interviewed him before
putting him on a plane to the US.

Sheesh, an alleged scheme so sensitive on so many levels that it ends-up in The Daily Mail!
Now... what was that word Trump calls 'em?!


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What a load of bullshit. There is a basic rule in intelligence work ( indeed the same rule works well in normal life ) 
The simplest/easiest way of doing thing is often the best and safest. 
Once out of Iran, new passport, tidy him up, pass him off as a business man traveling with two other "business" men, use a train first class across Europe, then when in France, first class train to England.
It seems that the people who organised this "trip" wanted to make things more exciting to make themselves more important. or perhaps its just a cover story, but then why tell the story at all ??
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