Sunday, September 18, 2005


Iran, The Country The US Should Have Invaded

Although the fact that the dictator Saddam Hussain has been removed from power and his ba'athist party of scum has gone with him, there is a far more serious and urgent problem that needs the world's attention. That problem is Iran. A country who's religous elite openely declares war, destruction and genocide against non-Muslims on national tv. A country who openely declares that they are carrying out nuclear programs that can lead to the creation of a nuclear bomb and that they will in turn sell this technology (only) to other tyrannical Islamic regimes that also seek world domination and mass genocide against non-Muslims. Not to worry though, because even though their leaders admit to misleading the western world about the purpose of their atomic program [here and here] our leaders have to decided to, give 'em more time. Yeah, that'll work.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Iran willing to provide other Islamic nations with nuclear technology. Iran has said it is determined to pursue its nuclear program to process uranium and produce energy, despite European attempts to limit it. The United States accuses Tehran of secretly seeking to develop nuclear weapons; meanwhile, diplomats and government officials in Europe say a U.S.-European drive to refer Iran to the U.N. Security Council is encountering fierce opposition

Among those leaning against the idea of immediate referral in favor of a several-weeks-long deadline is IAEA head Mohamed ElBaradei, said several officials and diplomats. One of them said ElBaradei "moved over to the camp" of countries opposed to referral in recent weeks as that group of countries has grown.

I wonder why the HEAD of the IAEA doesn't want to refer his Iranian "brothers" to the UN security council? It's a real mystery.


A real mystery it is.

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