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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Iran's Nuke Quest

From Captain's Quarters regarding Iran's non-answer response to the United Nations Security Council demands pursuant to their nuke program .....

"....... it will replay the entire Iraq issue all over again, only this time in less than twelve years. The UNSC teeters on the brink of extinction as it continues to follow the League of Nations playbook. If the UNSC gets stymied in its attempt to halt Iranian nuclear development, then the delay of the past several months may come back to haunt the region if Iran achieves success. In fact, if the UNSC cannot agree to unite against the mullahs in Teheran, they may well push the Anglosphere into military options as the only course of action left to us that have some chance of stopping the Islamic Nuke.

Once again, we have tried to engage the global community to stand fast against nuclear extortion and terror-supporting states. If the global community surrenders again, we hope that the multilateralists among us will finally take notice of the futility in engaging nations too committed to appeasement to act in their own defense, let alone ours."

1 Comments:

  • Yes, and add to this the futility of engaging in appeasement/negotiations with a nation or any group whose nonnegotiable bottom line is: (1), the destruction of Israel, (2), the conversion of all the worlds people to Islam, (3), the death of any and all who will not convert to Islam and (4), ultimate world rule by Sharia law, with such appeasement/negotiations to be conducted by others in the global community who are first and foremost concerned with the power and influence of the United States vis-à-vis their own, aided and abetted by internal forces who share the same concern and you have a guaranteed prescription for failure.

    I repeat the point I made earlier on this blog when this latest round of hostilities broke out between the Palestinians in the Gaza strip and Israel. The UN does not have it as its’ purpose to resolve this conflict. Its individual members have it as their purpose to exploit this conflict towards their own nations interests. These are not wise fair-minded and disinterested third parties from Mars and they are neither free nor inclined to participate within the UN toward purposes contrary to the interests their nations pursue throughout the world at large. That goes for the United States as well and as Deputy Secretary-General Mark Brown recently lamented, without the United States of America, the UN has no power with which to enforce its resoltions. Absent that, what they are now engaged in is a holding action intended not to resolve the conflict but to prevent the conflict from being resolved by the current disrtibution of military and ecomomic power. If, in the process, they can hand those forces aligned against the US, Israel and the other few but notable western democracies that support them, some tactical advantage, so much the better.

    By Anonymous Anotmo, at 12:14 PM  

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