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Posted: Sep 27 2007, 04:48 PM
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Joined: 1-May 07
Unwelcome News (to the White House)
There they go again—those bureaucrats at the International Atomic Energy Agency. On Aug. 28, the very day Bush was playing up the dangers from Iran, the IAEA released a note of understanding between the IAEA and Iran on the key issue of inspection. The IAEA declared:
“The agency has been able to verify the non-diversion of the declared nuclear materials at the enrichment facilities in Iran and has therefore concluded that it remains in peaceful use.”
The IAEA deputy director announced that the plan just agreed to by the IAEA and Iran will enable closure by December on the nuclear issues that the IAEA began investigating in 2003.
IF THIS PRESIDENT GOES TO WAR WITH IRAN, HE IS INDEED A WAR CRIMINAL, AND THE CONGRESS (BOTH PARTIES WHO DID NOTHING TO STOP THE WAR) SHOULD BE ALSO CHARGED WITH COMPLICITY.
Posted: May 26 2008, 10:22 AM
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Joined: 1-May 07
Bush setting stage for war on Iran
Tu, 20 May 2008 20:33:05
President George W. Bush once again puts on his mask of liberation to create an atmosphere that harks back to the launch of the Iraq war.
"The fight against terror and extremism is the defining challenge of our time. It is more than a clash of arms. It is a clash of visions, a great ideological struggle," Bush claimed in a Thursday address to the Israeli parliament.
The White House echelon resorted to hawkish rhetoric reminiscent of a time when Washington was preparing the world for the US occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq in an effort to fuel speculation of a war on Iran.
"Permitting the world's leading sponsor of terror to possess the world's deadliest weapon would be an unforgivable betrayal of future generations," the war president said in reference to Iran. "America stands with you in firmly opposing Iran's nuclear weapons ambitions."
"America stands with you in breaking up terrorist networks and denying the extremists sanctuary," Bush promised Israel.
As the United States itself is the one and only country known to have used atomic bombs and Israel is seen as the sole possessor of such weapons in the Middle East, the US commander-in-chief is believed to be intensifying efforts to find a pretext to wage war against Iran.
His go-to-war rhetoric follows not only UN nuclear watchdog declarations that the Islamic Republic's nuclear program has not diverted from peaceful purposes, but also the unanimous assessment of 16 US spy agencies which conceded that Tehran is not running a nuclear weapons program.
"I have said Iran is dangerous, and the NIE estimate doesn't do anything to change my opinion about the danger Iran poses to the world - quite the contrary," Bush has claimed in response to the 2007 National Intelligence Estimate released by 16 US intelligence agencies.
Although the release of the NIE was seen as an obstacle to Washington in selling its war against Iran, the Bush administration seeks to justify its saber rattling by shifting its focus onto other issues.
"Hezbollah is supported by Iran, and it's an Iranian effort to destabilize Lebanon's democracy, and the United States stands strongly with the Siniora government," Bush claimed in contrast to Tehran's assertion that it only provides moral support for the group.
While the US has failed to provide any concrete evidence in support of its various accusations against Iran, pundits believe Bush is now trying to encourage the media to find a justification of its own to allow him to strike yet another oil-rich country before leaving office.