Reza Pahlavi, son of the deposed Shah of Iran says "This regime is not trying to avoid confrontation; on the contrary, it needs confrontation in order to survive."
OK, very true, but what are we to do if they persist in manufacturing enriched uranium?
I wish Reza had a clue and some advice.
Just waiting for the Iranian resistance to prevail doesn't seem like a safe option. I'm sure as soon as the opposition leaders are identified they're imprisoned and killed. Dissent is not tolerated as these totalitarians are full of ruthless zeal.
posted on 04/19/2006 3:03:23 AM PDT
(hysteria: the elixir of the Left that trumps all reason)
Re those links posted above:
"Xinhua reported that former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said he was certain Gulf Arab states will not support any U.S. strike on Iran."
I think he's got a point there.
I also would not be surprised to find that every time GWB wanted to take a carp, he has to call some Saudi Prince to ask permission.
"The Washington Post reported that the Iranian government has intensified efforts to illegally obtain weapons technology from the United States."
Not a problem; just ask their new ally China.
They've already got more of our weapons technology than we do.
Thanks, Bill and Hill!
"Iran Press News reported that Iran plans to guarantee a loan to Cuba for the development of exporting technical services."
Oh; you mean like ICBMs and nuke warheads?
Hey; let's do the "Cuban Missle Crisis" all over again... Except this time,.... we'll LOSE!
They don't mention Venezualla, but I think it's fair to assume that the Chicoms and Mullahs (what strange bedfellows?) will have a willing accomplice and ally there, if they don't already.
Is that the sound of a noose tightening...??
Aah; never mind... now where'd I leave that remote??
posted on 04/19/2006 11:03:44 AM PDT
by Uncle Jaque
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