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Why Iran needs to be concerned with President Bush's speech

I believe the President is warning the Iranian regime that while he is preparing to take out their nuclear facilities, if absolutely necessary, he is also preparing to significantly ramp up international support for the Iranian people in their struggle to reclaim their country.

I expect we will begin to hear a lot more of Iran's human rights violations in order to win over the support of the European people who in turn will pressure their governments to stop all trade (the EU's only real weapon) until the regime guarantee's the Iranian people's human rights. Such international support was essential in the recent popular revolt in the Ukraine.

The regime cannot comply with this without risking encouraging a popular revolt. Which will likely lead to a united effort (US/EU/UN) to support the people of Iran struggle against their oppressive regime.

Things are about to heat up in Iran my friends.

I would love to hear your reactions to my analysis.
14 posted on 02/02/2005 9:40:26 PM PST by DoctorZIn (Until they are Free, "We shall all be Iranians!")
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To: DoctorZIn

We need to prepare a volunteer information campaign to counter propaganda and UN-screaming to come from countries of preference for trade with the current Iranian rulers (for example, at least one large country just across the Caspian from Persia).


15 posted on 02/02/2005 10:16:05 PM PST by familyop ("Let us try" sounds better, don't you think? "Essayons" is so...Latin.)
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"Things are about to heat up in Iran my friends."



I agree with you 100%.....BUT FASTER,PLEASE! Iranian freedom fighters are thankful for moral support, but they are also in dire need of financial support. Already one very active anti-mullah Iranian satellite station had to close its door last week for lack of funds, and the others are spending their precious on-air time raising money just to stay on. This is so demoralizing to the people right now. The Iranians have no way of competing with the millions and even billions that the mullahs are spending to fight its enemies. Words are great, but urgent action is needed now to back it up.

On the other hand, it is great news that GE and Haliburton have pulled out of Iran. Also BP, which is a BIG psychological arrow into the heart of the mullahs -- the long, twisted, history of BP and Iran! -- as well as other European companies slowly reading the handwriting on the wall, and pulling out of trade negotiations with the thieves in control of Iran. All of these are concrete GOOD news for a change, but no more dillydallying. Time to turn up the heat, NOW.
16 posted on 02/02/2005 10:19:25 PM PST by parisa
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i think you are spot on DoctorZIn.
and it will be the domino that may be the end of the despots.


17 posted on 02/02/2005 10:46:34 PM PST by 537cant be wrong (no kittie! thats my pot pie!)
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To: DoctorZIn
I believe the President is warning the Iranian regime that while he is preparing to take out their nuclear facilities, if absolutely necessary, he is also preparing to significantly ramp up international support for the Iranian people in their struggle to reclaim their country.

You mean your impression is that we NOW finally have a President that totes a mindset that words mean things?

I believe your right in your belief DZ.

28 posted on 02/02/2005 11:44:12 PM PST by EGPWS
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Human Rights Issues are Mullahs Achile heal and weakness point


41 posted on 02/03/2005 7:43:47 AM PST by F14 Pilot (Democracy is a process not a product)
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