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Iran Defiance No-Brainer, US to Blame

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmedinejad is as defiant as ever and the US only has itself to blame.
"We know they [the US and its allies] are waiting for us to retreat an inch so that they use that [against us]," the official Islamic Republic News Agency quoted him as saying.

"Today, our situation has changed completely. We are a nuclear country and speak to others from the position of a nuclear country. We won't hold talks with anyone about the right of Iranian nation [to enrich uranium] and no one has the right to retreat, even one iota."
"When a people masters nuclear technology and nuclear fuel, nothing can be done against them," said an Iranian general, Hassan Firouzabadi. "The West can do nothing and is obliged to extend to us the hand of friendship."
Meanwhile, North Korea and Pakistan vow to continue building their arsenals.

"We will only increase our protective measures while the talks are delayed," said North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye-gwan.

And Pakistan worried about a nuclear cooperation deal between rival India and the US, announced it would maintain a "credible nuclear deterrent" for its security.

Ahmedinejad's defiance is a no brainer. Iraq, no WMD --> invaded, destroyed, occupied. India, Pakistan, and North Korea each with WMD --> either courted or ignored.

But, the US wants us to believe that Ahmedinejad is behaving irrationally and that he must be stopped.

The US is playing psychological games and Ahmedinejad knows it. Bush and Cheney must be thrown out of office before they go ahead with what they've been planning for years.


At Friday, April 14, 2006, Anonymous Mighty Thor said...

"States' Rights" Still Effective Philosophy
(Mighty Thor, 14 Apr 06)

Yes, Bush and Cheney gotta go, but remember, the best way to do things is by taking proper account of the fundamentals. Hence and again, one brilliant step to be taken is in replacing the US Senate by means of reverting to original method of selection of Senators--by state legislatures. This reform would be easy to (1) justify to the people in general (getting it out to them is another problem though, in view of the solid Jew control of the "Jews-media"). (2) Also it would be easy (relatively) to actually enact the reform legally. Thus in one swoop a major group of conspirators would be whisked out with dispatch. Note that any serious reform must begin at the "grassroots"--fm the people themselves, who unfortunately, at least so far, are so effectively insulated. Finally, the large point is de-activate the conspiratorial Mammon empire by means of "states' rights" principle, as of the old Confederate patriots of American Civil War times. Honest elections and death to the Fed. Thor

At Friday, April 14, 2006, Blogger Citisucks said...

I think it is funny(well not really)that the US thinks it can tell the rest of the world what they cannot do, while they do what they tell the rest of the world that it cannot do. There is a good reason that we are the butt of the worlds jokes. We deserve to be the butt of the world's jokes. We deserve to be looked down on as a joke of a country.


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