Thomas Wictor

Greatest deception operation absolutely confirmed

Greatest deception operation absolutely confirmed

I’m now firmly convinced that the Iran nuclear deal is the greatest deception operation ever carried out. Today a friend confirmed it to me. I’ve decided to not reveal the details of my proof. Everything else I’ve written about is open source. For example, Eager Lion 2015. The US and Jordanian armed forces published photos and stories about the exercise.




The world’s armed forces are used to people like me interpreting the information they publish. Everything I’ve written about has been independently studied by the enemies of the US and Israel. Iranian intelligence isn’t looking to me for answers.


Today a friend come over for a visit, and she accidentally confirmed that I’m correct about my theory that the G5+1 nations are deliberately giving Israel and the Sunni Arabs a casus belli to attack Iran.

My friend said something that hasn’t appeared in any military publications. Although I could write about this in detail and not be giving away any state secrets, I’ve decided that I won’t. All locations will be concealed.

It’s strange how everything dovetails. My friend took care of my Great-aunt Marian, seen here with her husband Curtis Yarnell Kimball.


Curtis appears to have spent much of World War II in Nazi Germany, passing as a German. He was personally awarded an unidentified medal by Field Marshal Bernhard Montgomery in Munich, April of 1945.


The Germans hadn’t even surrendered yet. There’s no record of the medal, nor the reason that Curtis was later given the Order of the British Empire.

After the war Curtis joined the General Staff, and in 1951 he was attached as a lieutenant-colonel to the United States Military Mission with the Imperial Iranian Gendarmerie. His job was to improve the capabilities of the Iranian national police. Curtis taught himself to speak, read, and write Farsi fluently.

Here’s Curtis at a function in Tehran.


In Tehran, Curtis and Marian acquired two large dogs who understood only Farsi.


When the Kimballs left Tehran in 1955, they sent their dogs ahead to Los Angeles. My mother picked them up at the airport. On the way back home, the two Iranian dogs threw themselves all over the interior of Mom’s car, and then they settled down in the back seat. Mom had a dog on either side, draping its paws over her shoulder onto her chest and panting loudly in her ear. Since Mom didn’t speak Farsi, she couldn’t give the dogs commands.

I was contacted by the grandson of Curtis and Marian’s closest friend in Tehran. The friend is still alive and wanted to know what had happened to Curtis and Marian. After I sent information and photos, the grandson wrote back.

Dear Thomas,

I’m sorry for your parents. God bless them. I think you are influenced by your father. However, We (my grandfather and me) want to say thank you from miles away for your cooperation.

Best regards,

It’s important to emphasize that I have nothing whatsoever against the Iranian people. The coming war is necessary, and I believe it will free the Iranians from the criminal enterprise run by the mullahs. Although the war will be extremely violent, Iranian civilian casualties will be low. Forget everything you hear and read about civilian casualties reported by all “human rights” groups. Their figures are always hugely inflated.

Now, definitive evidence that I was right: The Iranian nuclear deal is a spectacular deception operation.

The friend who took care of Marian lives in the desert, in a state that I won’t identify. For the past two weeks, there have been military exercises in the distance, beginning at around three every morning. They last for hours and consist of almost a hundred helicopters taking off and landing. My friend doesn’t study the military, so she couldn’t tell me what kind of helicopters they are. She said that at some point in the exercise, they each turn on a light, and it looks like a freeway in the night sky. The helicopters are so loud that she can’t sleep.

There’s no army aviation unit stationed anywhere in the vicinity. What she’s seeing are troop transports.


They’re practicing what’s called an “air assault”: Soldiers are flown in by helicopter and landed. To date, the largest air assault in history took place on February 24, 1991, during Operation Desert Storm. It consisted of 66 UH-60 Black Hawks and 30 CH-47 Chinooks.



The exercises near my friend’s city are massive.

On September 6, 2007, Israel bombed the Syrian nuclear reactor at Deir ez-Zor. Operation Orchard was carried out by IDF multirole fighters and electronic-intelligence aircraft. Israeli commandos took part before and after the bombing. This passage from Wikipedia is extremely important.

The Israeli and U.S. governments imposed virtually total news blackouts immediately after the raid that held for seven months. The White House and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) subsequently confirmed that American intelligence had also indicated the site was a nuclear facility with a military purpose, though Syria denies this…

The Israeli attack followed top-level consultations with the Bush Administration. After realizing that the US was not willing to take its own military action, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert decided to adhere to the 1981 Begin Doctrine and unilaterally strike to prevent a Syrian nuclear weapons capability, despite serious concerns about Syrian retaliation. In stark contrast to the doctrine’s prior usage against Iraq, the airstrike against Syria did not elicit international outcry. A main reason is that Israel maintained total and complete silence regarding the attack, and Syria covered up its activities at the site and did not cooperate fully with the IAEA. The international silence may have been a tacit recognition of the inevitability of preemptive attacks on “clandestine nuclear programs in their early stages.” If true, the Begin Doctrine has undoubtedly played a role in shaping this global perception.

There are several military bases near where my friend lives, but more importantly, the terrain in which the helicopters are landing is identical to the rugged mountains protecting the Iranian nuclear facilities. Even that isn’t the clincher.

The area is riddled with abandoned hard-rock mines. Copper, gold, silver, iron, zinc, nickel, tin, lead, and gemstone mines. They go down hundreds of feet, and many are heavily fortified with concrete.


I wondered where the heck Israeli and Arab troops would rehearse an air assault together, without anybody taking photos. Now I know.

Don’t believe me? Well, look here.


That’s an Air France Airbus A380, the world’s largest airliner. My brother Tim took that photo as the aircraft flew over our house. This A380 was coming from Los Angeles International Airport and headed eastward. It’s not flying a scheduled route because there are no civilian airports in that direction capable of handling the A380. The aircraft needs a massively strong runway, service vehicles with lifts capable of reaching the upper deck, tractors that can pull the incredible weight, and preferably double jetways.


Each Airbus A380 can hold up to 853 passengers. I’ve seen five Air France A380s coming out of Los Angeles and headed eastward, where there are no civilian airports that can accept the massive airliner.

But the entire southwest of the United States is full of military bases with beautiful long runways. Though the French are vigorously pushing the Iran nuclear deal, they’re certainly not flying civilians from LAX eastward over my house. Those A380s are full of Arab and Israeli troops who need to do dry runs of their air assault, far from cameras and prying eyes. The vast American deserts are perfect.

I’m…utterly flabbergasted. If you’d asked me a year ago if this could ever happen, I would’ve said, “Absolutely not. The chances are zero.” I was completely wrong.

Despise no man and deem nothing impossible; for there is no man who does not have his day and there is no thing that does not have its place.

—Simeon ben Azzai
Pirkei Avot
Chapter Four



From the US embassy in Tel Aviv.

WATCH: An action-packed display of cooperation between Israeli Air Force “Unit 669” and American troops during exercise Angel Thunder in Arizona. Impressive!

Angel Thunder was held in Tucson, Arizona, from May 30 to June 13, 2015.

Angel Thunder 2015 is the largest and most realistic joint service, multinational, interagency combat search and rescue exercise designed to provide training for personnel recovery assets using a variety of scenarios to simulate deployment conditions and contingencies.

This exercise was for combat search and rescue (CSAR). I’m stunned that the US and Israel are admitting that Unit 669 took part. Unit 669 is considered one of the best special-operations forces on the planet. It’s quite secretive. This is more of the attempt to make the Iranians think very carefully about the war they’re going to trigger.

CSAR requires that soldiers be special operators, paratroopers, scuba divers, and medics. Somebody said that now she knows where the exercise I wrote about above took place.

No. Angel Thunder was a different exercise. I wrote about air assault, not CSAR. It appears that the attack on Iran is going to be gigantic.

While we wait, some German pararescue (PJ) operators who took part in Angel Thunder. Here’s a CH-53GS.


The thing bristles with .50-caliber GAU-21 machine guns. This aerial gunner is wearing a ballistic face mask.


Each GAU-21 fires twenty rounds per second.

Pararescue operators save lives by being ruthless killers. They unleash storms of bullets if you mess with them. Interesting that GERMANS—negotiators of the Iran nuclear deal—are training in the American desert. And they’re growing beards so that Muslims they meet will feel more comfortable.


I think the countdown has begun.