Wednesday, January 10, 2007

If you can't access the other blog . . .

...then you're not alone.

Bear with us.

We should be back up, shortly.

On second thought - the problems run deeper than I thought. Something is wrong with the server.

It may be a few days before we're up and running again. But, you can use the break - right?

In the meantime, don't forget -

Only you can change the world and you must start by changing yourself.

  Sunday, January 07, 2007

israel denies the obvious yet again

israel has just exceeded the world's record for greatest number of denials per capita.
A British newspaper reported Sunday that Israel has drafted plans to strike as many as three targets in Iran with low-yield nuclear weapons, aiming to halt Tehran's uranium enrichment program. The Israeli Foreign Ministry denied the report.

Citing multiple unidentified Israeli military sources, The Sunday Times said the proposals involved using so-called "bunker-buster" nuclear weapons to attack nuclear facilities at three sites south of the Iranian capital.

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's office said it would not respond to the claim. "We don't respond to publications in the Sunday Times," said Miri Eisin, Olmert's spokeswoman.

Israeli Minister of Strategic Threats Avigdor Lieberman also declined to comment on the report.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Mark Regev denied the report and said that "the focus of the Israeli activity today is to give full support to diplomatic actions" and the implementation of a U.N. Security Council resolution imposing sanctions on Iran for refusing to halt enrichment.

I suppose some won't see it as much of an achievement, since the record that they broke was their own.

Making some changes

Sorry, we're making some changes at the other site.

We should be back up shortly.

Thanks, for your patience.


In fact, there are a number of issues with the other site, at the moment.

I can see that more than a few readers have come here instead.

Please, leave comments with any bugs that you noticed on the other site so that we can address them.

So far, I've noticed that comments don't work and more than one person has been unable to register. You should be able to read the posts, however.

It's good that we can communicate here, for the time being.

Thanks, for your patience.