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"All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth." Aristotle - Greek Philosopher.

Friday, November 18, 2005

I hope that Iran is next on 'The List'.

Just keep on fomenting unrest in Syria for now, thank you. Iran needs some heavy handed attention from Uncle Sam. Brittania might want to come along for the ride...In fact I would feel honored if she would agree.

Regime Change Iran has a must read that (of course) we haven't seen in the MSM.

Ohhhhhhhh - so Iran wants to destroy Anglo-Saxon civilization, eh? They've been spying and know how to attack us, eh? We're not ready to show them a thing or two, eh?


Was that a little broken glass ball symbolizing America at the bottom of that hourglass? You know - the one they're sending Israel to destruction in? Those little bastards think they can break us, do they? I don't THINK so 'Hassan'. In fact I'll volunteer to soak all the ammo in the pork fat for our boys. No pay expected...I'll do it for free!

Dr. Zin asks a very pertinent question: "How long will we wait to support the people of Iran in their struggle to free themselves from these dangerous mad men?"

Dr. Zin's Regime Change Iran is up for a Spade card on Aaron's Deck O' Bloggers. Give him your support - he certainly deserves it.

God Bless America.


Blogger Anna said...

That man who calls himself the President of Iran is a threat to not only the Middle East and Israel, but to just about every nation, especially if he gets his hands on the materials for nuclear weapons. Be afraid, be very afraid of this man and then take him out!

18 November, 2005 17:31  
Blogger MonicaR said...

I agree Anna. Thanks for commenting. It's time to stop pussy-footing around with these mad men.

18 November, 2005 17:58  
Blogger The Sparky said...

It goes to show that Iran in hindsight is probably much more dangerous to world peace. The fact that this crack-pot Islamic regime wants to destroy Israel and all Anglo-Saxons based nation also shows they should have been dealt with before Iraq. Anyway they cannot be allowed to go nuclear, they would have to be taken out before that happens, or their processing plants destroyed. How can we fight these nutters when we have the liberal complicity of our own governments that have allowed Islam to gain a foot hold in the western world especially here in Britain and Europe. Our 7/7 suicide bombers were so-called new British children of immigrant Muslims!
At least yours were from outside the USA! (but for how long)When will they (Western Governments) wake it’s not a peaceful religion. It’s a barbaric middle-ages ideology that wants us all to convert to their peaceful religion!
Mosques are sprouting up like mushrooms here in the UK!

Immigration and asylum has been their Trojan horse into the UK and USA.
One dirty bomb device carried by some nut that wants to meet his maker and 70 virgins could destroy a city and leave it contaminated for a thousand years. Wake Up world before its too late! Being a modern thinking religion do you think that female Islamic suicide bombers are greeted with 70 virgins guys, after they have blown themselves to pieces with innocent victims. Don’t think their chief nuts would allow that! LOL

18 November, 2005 20:39  
Blogger MonicaR said...

I agree Sparky that Iran is very dangerous - hence their naming as a part of the 'axis of evil' that Bush was so mocked for. North Korea aint no slouch in the danger dept either. We've got Japan gearing up for a possible conflict there although we want to avoid that right at this moment if possible. Taiwan is coming to a head, too.

The thing is - we had very legitimate reasons and a history of Saddam defying sanctions to justify regime change in Iraq ASAP. The way the SANE nations in the world work is that we just don't go bombing indiscriminately - we have to make a case for it and have the approval of our representatives. The case had continually been made for Iraq since atleast 1998 and the Clinton administration that Saddam should be taken out.

We could not justify regime change in Iran at the time. We are probably moving toward that now. It will be another God knows how long of debate and escalation before anything there is done. (unless the mullahs go absolutely overboard)

That's my opinion of it. I'm sure that other opinions are out there.

19 November, 2005 00:44  
Blogger Mike's America said...

That little thug in Ira may go too far and wind up with a revolution on his hands in Iran. Bush needs to ramp up the public pressure on Iran and encourage the folks inside that country to take matters into their own hands.

We tossed the ball to the European Union and the U.N. to deal with Iran's nukes. But of course the EU and UN are about as useful as mouse spit.

I can tell you one thing for sure. The Democrats have so handcuffed the U.S. and Bush's leadership that there is no way we're going to be able to take any action against Iran but talk.

But you just watch. The minute President Hellary gets in there, Iran will instantly become "an imminent threat with weapons of mass destruction."

19 November, 2005 02:19  
Blogger Kermit said...

Several posts back you mentioned that today was "buy your ammunition day". I bought mine. This post is an excellent reminder of why we need to be buying ammunition. Of course the Retired Col. Murtha freak in Congress was another reminder to buy ammunition.

I'm not a "go to he woods and hide out with your guns" sort of guy. But, I've got this really sad feeling that we may (to paraphrase Winston Churchill) be 'fighting them in the alleys with old trash can lids' one of these days. I want my trash can to be a large calibre variety.

Back to the Bog,


19 November, 2005 14:27  
Blogger MonicaR said...

I bought my ammo today too Kermit!! A box of shotgun shells and a BIG box of 38's. I'm glad you got yours too. I hope it doesn't come to what Churchill said but it might. If so than much of America is well armed.

Mike - I think it's escalating with Iran. I think it will happen before Bush is out. I don't know about N.Korea though. But I think Iran is going to happen. Of course I could be wrong.

19 November, 2005 23:49  
Blogger Mike's America said...

The war of words about Iran certainly seems to be escalating, but I wouldn't bet on any action anytime soon.

You'll recall that Clinton all but declared war on Iraq in 1998 and it was another five years before Bush went in and even then idiot Democrats called it a "rush to war."

No doubt we'll follow the same worthless route of going to the U.N. and talk, talk, talk.

I do hope we are working overtime behind the scenes to support democracy movements in Iran. The best possible outcome would be for them to overthrow the mullahs. If we are forced to bomb nuke sites, the mullahs will use that attack to clamp down on the opposition.

21 November, 2005 03:42  
Blogger MonicaR said...

The UN has been involved in all of this mess. The IAEA. The EU. Now Iran has refused to allow anyone to inspect the nuclear facilities.

I don't know what the solution to this would be. It seems there is no solution because there is no reasoning with mad men. The noise coming out of Iran is clear - they will NOT cooperate and they wish to annihilate Israel.

We will have to bomb the nuclear facilities. There is no other option.

21 November, 2005 14:56  
Blogger The Sparky said...

Without doubt their Nuclear program must be stopped, even if they have to be bombed. Whats the alternative WW3 and the hotch pot areas that survive on earth will resemble a stone age environment! Korea is a threat but may be able to be brought into line if they are allowed join the nuclear club, they seem smarter (although I don’t trust them) I don’t think they want to rule the world like the Islamic nuts! Anyway why does Iran need to go neclear when they have all that oil, if not to get hold off the BOMB

21 November, 2005 18:48  
Blogger Anna said...

I believe that Bush opted for Iraq first because we already had a foot in the door with the UN sanctions and No Fly Zones. Once the Iraq democracy is established, it will give us an ally in a very strategic position. It will be easier (so to speak) to take on Iran who has Afghanistan on one side and Iraq on the other. It has already fostered changes in Lebanon.

21 November, 2005 19:45  
Blogger MonicaR said...

Anna I agree. Iraq and Afghanistan were just 2 battles in the WOT.

There is a much bigger picture and a long term way to look at this. We cannot be too shortsighted - and I believe that the Dems are being shortsighted when they call for an immediate end to our presence in Iraq.

As much as the Dems scream that we had no cause or justification to depose Saddam - we DID. We had over a decade of defiance from Saddam.

Sparky - Kim Jong is another madman. He needs to go. China and even South Korea are supporting him. I agree with Bush's actions in regard to N Korea in that he refuses to allow the US to be the only nation involved in rectifying the situation. That shit over in the far east is freaking me out. China, N.Korea, S.Korea, Japan. It's a frigging powder keg.

21 November, 2005 21:02  
Blogger The Sparky said...

Well, were all going to have to keep our eyes on these slanty eyed buggers, (sorry to all oval shaped eye surfers) LOL Seriously though we don’t get a lot of the low down on Kim Jong and Korea in our media here. Mind you reading The Sparky comics that I do I should not be surprised! Are relations between Japan and Korea strained? I thought I caught a glimmer of news about something between them a while back.

As for China sucking up to Korea surely they would not want them to have Nukes and have a threat in their own back yard! Come to mind now they was something a while back about Korea developing missiles to reach Europe and USA!

23 November, 2005 17:36  
Blogger MonicaR said...

North Korea firing test missiles into the sea of Japan. China threatening Taiwan which we have sworn to protect. The starving refugees hiding in China are not recognized as such by China, they are hunted down as criminals and returned to certain torture and probably death. South Korea is supporting a deadly, murderous, communist North Korea regime with it's naive 'Sunshine Policy'. OUR BOYS are over in South Korea to protect those little bastards and listen to anti-American bullshit while putting their lives on the line. Japan is thinking about altering the constitution to ramp up it's military and secure nukes.

It's a bit of a sticky wicket - wouldn't you say Sparky?

24 November, 2005 23:39  
Blogger MonicaR said...

Oh! And I recently saw something from a couple of years ago that a North Korean warhead was found in Alaska.

24 November, 2005 23:40  
Blogger The Sparky said...

More than a sticky wicket I would say Monica. Thanks for educating me never knew about all of this!

And what with "Korean warhead was found in Alaska" we are all quite right to be worried!

25 November, 2005 17:49  

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