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Iranians Take Over Iraqi Oil Well and Dismiss US Nuclear Deal–Call Obama’s Bluff–Obama’s Response–Absolutely Nothing

Posted on December 21, 2009. Filed under: Blogroll, Communications, Foreign Policy, Law, liberty, Life, Links, People, Philosophy, Politics, Rants, Raves, Technology, Video, War, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

“Irresolute republics never take a course except by force; for their weakness never allows them to resolve upon anything where there is a doubt; and if that doubt is not overcome by some force, they remain forever in a state of suspense.”

~ Niccoló Machiavelli, The Discourses. 1517.

 

Iranians Calling Obama’s Bluff

Christopher Hitchens: Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Clock Ticking

Christopher Hitchens on Iran’s Rebellious Youth

 

June 19th, Iran…and the events that led to Neda’s death Part 1

June 19th, Iran…and the events that led to Neda’s death Part 2

June 19th, Iran…and the events that led to Neda’s death Part 3

June 19th, Iran…and the events that led to Neda’s death Part 4

June 19th, Iran…and the events that led to Neda’s death Part 5

Freedom Rising, Iranian Republic Falling

Was Obama’s Response to Iranian Protests Appropriate?

Michael Ledeen Interview


 

The Iran problem with Hanson and Baer

Will Israel’s Threat to Strike Iran Become Reality?

John Bolton: Obama ‘Naive’ on Iran

John Bolton – Does Iran Need a “Regime Change?”

Norman Podhoretz – The Case for Bombing Iran

James Fallows – Should the U.S. go to War with Iran?

 

Reese Erlich – What Happens if the U.S. Invades Iran?

Glenn Beck interviews Benjamin Netanyahu

 

Special Report – Netanyahu on Iran

When Will Israel Strike Iran?

John Bolton: Israel will attack Iran by end of 2009

Ronald Reagan: First Inaugural Address

Iranian forces take over Iraq oil well

“…NASIRIYAH, Iraq (AFP) – Iranian forces took control of a southern Iraqi oil well on a disputed section of the border on Friday, US and Iraqi officials told AFP.

“There has been no violence related to this incident and we trust this will be resolved through peaceful diplomacy between the governments of Iraq and Iran,” a US military spokesman told AFP at Contingency Operating Base Adder, just outside the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah.

“The oil field is in disputed territory in between Iranian and Iraqi border forts,” he said, adding that such incidents occur quite frequently.

An official of the state-owned South Oil Co in the southeastern city of Amara, and west of the field, said: “An Iranian force arrived at the field early this morning (Friday).

“It took control of Well 4 and raised the Iranian flag even though the well lies in Iraqi territory,” the official added. …”

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20091218/wl_afp/iraqiranoilborder_20091218153543

At first those Iranians opposing the Iranian regime said that Obama was with them.

Now these same Iranians are saying, Obama is with them, the current Iranian regime.

The silence of the Obama administration in its support of the vast majority of the Iranians who oppose the Iranian regime is more than deafening, it is appeasement to evil that is leading to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iranians.

The same Iranian regime will shortly have one or more nuclear weapons that it will use. The primary target is Israel.

Yet the Obama administration dithers.

The time has come first to vigorously support those Iranians who oppose the Iranian regime.

Next, both the United States and Israel need to coordinate an attack that destroys both the nuclear weapons facilities, command and control and radar facilities and the leadership and supporters of the Iranian regime.

This needs to happen starting now.

Will it happen?

Based on Obama’s lack of leadership and delusion that talking with evil gets results, I seriously doubt it.

As a result, Israel will have no other choice but to destroy the nuclear facilites on it own.

Unfortunately, this is a very difficult mission given the distances to the targets and the Israeli Air Force lack of long range tankers and bunker busting bombs that the United States has refused to sell to the IAF.

Should the regime continue it delaying tactics and have both nuclear weapons and missiles that it uses against Israel, World War III will break out in the Middle East.

Israel will not hestitate to utterly destroy the military capability of Iran with both conventional and nuclear weapons and will eliminate the current regime and the mullahs responsible for building and launching these weapons.

Iran will attack both Israel and the United States as well as any nation in the Middle East allied with the United States.

It should not be forgoten that the current Iranian regime has been at war with the United States over thirty years primarily by using proxies to attack US military forces.

Nero fiddled as Rome burned.

Obama reads from his teleprompter as Iran goes nuclear and violently suppresses the dissent of the Iranian people.

Obama is a reader not a leader.

Obama is a paper tiger.

Obama has been tested.

Obama failed the test.

The Iranian regime knows this and took over an Iraqi oil well. 

“The Obama administration’s talks with Iran—set to take place tomorrow in Geneva—are accompanied by an almost universally accepted misconception: that previous American administrations refused to negotiate with Iranian leaders. The truth, as Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said last October at the National Defense University, is that “every administration since 1979 has reached out to the Iranians in one way or another and all have failed.”

~Michael Ledeen

 

Background Articles and Vidoes

67% Say UN Not Tough Enough on Iran

“…Iran has now rejected a year-end deadline to comply with a UN plan to end the deadlock over the Islamic country’s nuclear program. But U.S. voters strongly believe the United Nations hasn’t been tough enough with Iran.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 67% of voters say the UN has not been aggressive enough in response to Iran’s nuclear program. Just five percent (5%) say the international organization has been too aggressive, and 19% think the amount of pressure has been about right.

In late September, 51% said President Obama was not tough enough responding to Iran’s nuclear efforts. …”

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/current_events/iran/67_say_un_not_tough_enough_on_iran

Ahmadinejad dismisses US deadline for nuclear deal

By NASSER KARIMI 

“…Iran’s president on Tuesday dismissed a year-end deadline set by the Obama administration and the West for Tehran to accept a U.N.-drafted deal to swap enriched uranium for nuclear fuel. The United States warned Iran to take the deadline seriously.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad also accused the U.S. of fabricating a purported Iranian secret document that appears to lay out a plan for developing a critical component of an atomic bomb.

Ahmadinejad’s remarks underscored Tehran’s defiance in the nuclear standoff – and also sought to send a message that his government has not been weakened by the protest movement sparked by June’s disputed presidential election. He spoke a day after the latest opposition protest by tens of thousands mourning a dissident cleric who died over the weekend. …”

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20091222/D9COJ8K00.html

Robert Baer and Victor Davis Hanson: A Nuclear Iran – 1/4

Robert Baer and Victor Davis Hanson: A Nuclear Iran – 2/4

Robert Baer and Victor Davis Hanson: A Nuclear Iran – 3/4

 

Robert Baer and Victor Davis Hanson: A Nuclear Iran – 4/4

The President’s Message to the Iranian People

Brigitte Gabriel: Obama’s Message & Iran’s Response

obama ya ba oona ya ba ma – 13 aban iran – 4 nov-Obama Are you with us or with them?

Kissinger on War & More

Iranian Women Declare War Against the Mullahs, by Manda Zand-Ervin and Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi

“…Since the establishment of the Islamic government in Iran in 1979, women have counted as one-half of a man. They do not get the custody of their children. They do not have the choice in their clothing, residence, leaving the house, working, education or traveling without the permission of their husband. The age at which girls are allowed to marry is nine. Men can divorce the women at any time they wish and can marry several wives in addition to them. Girls inherit one-half of that which boys do and so on.

State-owned press reports that in Tehran, 120 women have been hung in public in the first five months of the Iranian year; that suicide among the women of Iran has been the highest in world history.

The young generation of Iranian women has again declared war against the Mullahs of Iran, but this time the power of government is against them. The paramilitary forces of the Islamic regime make it impossible for the women to protest against their inhumane laws. There are home invasions and early morning arrests of the women activists at all times. Zahra Kazemi, a photojournalist, was one of the many women who was beaten, tortured and finally killed under torture in Tehran’s Evin prison, all because she was taking photos of the families of political prisoners who had gathered for their loved ones in front of that very prison. Sixteen-year-old Atefeh Rajabi was hung in public because she was falsely accused by a Mullah of having “relations” with a man. And these are just a tiny account of the plight of women in Iran.

A group of women attempted to establish a political party. They have been in the 209 — solitary — section of the dreaded Evin prison for the last nine months. …”

http://www.wowowow.com/post/young-iran-women-war-mullahs-islam-62593

as ’79 U.S. hostage taker
Ahmadinejad has denied role inembassy seizure, abuse of Americans

“…The Russian publication Kommersant has published a newly located photograph of a U.S. hostage-taker in Iran circa 1979 bearing a striking resemblance to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The Iranian leader has steadfastly denied he was involved in the takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and the holding of 52 Americans for 444 days despite assertions to the contrary of some of those hostages and former Iranian President Abholhassan Bani-Sadr, who says he was a ringleader and the liaison with Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. …”

http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=52932

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A Glenn Beck Christmas Special 2009–Videos

Posted on December 21, 2009. Filed under: Blogroll, Communications, Culture, liberty, Life, Links, media, Music, People, Philosophy, Raves, Video | Tags: , , |

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45 Lessons of Life–Beautiful Winter Photo Presentation–Pass It On!

Posted on December 21, 2009. Filed under: Blogroll, Communications, Culture, liberty, Life, Links, media, Music, People, Raves, Video, Wisdom | Tags: , |

 

45 Lessons of Life

 

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Be one of the 7% that passes it on.

A Merry Christmas and

 A Happy New Year

 

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Glenn Beck on Jay Leno Show–Videos

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