Aug 08 2005

Iran Playing With Nuclear Dynamite

Published by at 6:17 pm under All General Discussions,Iran

Well, it looks like Iran is vying for the second dumbest nation of the century. I am not sure whether Bush meant to or not, but when he identified the Axis of Evil in 2002 he was also identifying the Axis of Stupidity (which is why these countries are so dangerous – their inability to make a smart decision).

The governors of the U.N. nuclear watchdog hold an emergency meeting on Tuesday after Iran resumed work at a uranium conversion plant, fanning Western fears it may be seeking nuclear weapons.

The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed Iran had restarted the nuclear activities mothballed under a deal with the European Union’s three biggest powers, defying EU warnings that Tehran could be referred to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions.

The EU and UN are impotent to stop these power mad Mullahs. What we all can see is that Iran would be a wonderful source of suitcase nukes heading towards a subway train in your neighborhood.

Expect a few well placed bombs in the coming months. The only questions is when to take out the complex. My guess is it will be after the Iraqi elections, and with the new government’s backing, since Iraq has been on the receiving end of Iranian based Islamo Fascist attacks for months now.

Kim Jong Il – please pay attention.

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3 Responses to “Iran Playing With Nuclear Dynamite”

  1. Macho Nachos says:

    What Should and Will be Done

    AJ Strata is the most confident voice in the right blogosphere. I mean, I have to envy how the guy is literally never in doubt. Today, he’s tackling Iran, and he knows not only what should be done, but what

  2. AJStrata says:

    Macho Nacho,

    That is strong praise. But I guess logic is my cage as well as my backbone. When faced with the possibility of suitcase bombs in subways we have little choice but to send the message now and hopefully destroy any access by terrorists to nuclear material.

    Otherwise what are the options? I am open to ideas.

  3. […] In a previous post I predicted Iran was heading for a military confrontation with the US – and another coalition of the willing. Today the US Government is attempting to make it clear to Iran this is serious. But like Saddam before them, they seem to think we would never take pro-active steps to defend ourselves from terrorists with WMDs. President Bush said on Israeli television he could consider using force as a last resort to press Iran to give up its nuclear programme. […]