Thursday, February 24, 2011

Nuke Alert: Syria nuking up again

WSJ: "Second Suspected Syria Nuclear Site Is Found"

A second suspected nuclear installation has been identified in Syria, according to commercial satellite photos, providing new evidence that Damascus may have been pursuing atomic weapons before a 2007 Israeli military strike.

The publishing Wednesday of the photos by Washington's Institute for Science and International Security could increase pressure on the United Nations to demand expansive new inspections of suspect Syrian facilities during a March board meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency. (...) >>>

Feb. 24, 2011

Over 30 countries breaching Iran sanctions -

Haaretz: "WikiLeaks: Iran developing nuclear bomb with help of more than 30 countries"

Iran has been developing contacts in more than 30 countries to acquire technology, equipment and raw materials needed to build a nuclear bomb, a Norwegian newspaper said on Sunday, citing U.S. diplomatic cables. Aftenposten said that according to the cables, obtained by WikiLeaks, more than 350 Iranian companies and organizations were involved in the pursuit of nuclear and missile technology between 2006 and 2010. (...) >>>

Jan. 16, 2011

Headed for a show down -

Haaretz: "Saudis to let IDF use airspace to attack Iran"

Saudi Arabia has indicated to Israel that it would not protest use of its airspace by Israeli fighter jets in the event the government resolves to launch a military assault against Iran, according to a report which appeared in the British newspaper The Sunday Times. The Prime Minister's office issued a statement in response Sunday morning, saying that "the Sunday Times report is fundamentally false and completely baseless." According to The Sunday Times, Mossad chief Meir Dagan held secret meetings with Saudi officials, who gave their tacit approval to Israel's use of the kingdom's airspace. (...) The report also quoted John Bolton (...) said Arab leaders have privately expressed trepidation at the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran. "None of them would say anything about it publicly but they would certainly acquiesce in an overflight if the Israelis didn't trumpet it as a big success," Bolton told The Sunday Times. (...) >>>

July 5, 2009

Caroline is very worried, and it shows! Her analysis is spot on: as the Israeli raid on the Syrian Nuke/Nork" has proved there are no separate Tehran, Amman, and Pyongyang issues, since this is one single axis. Seriously, while this is headed for a show down, the Great Zero's National Security Advisor is in London negotiating the Israeli settlements! This administration has serious priority issues!

PJTV: "Iranian Missles and the Middle East Peace Process"

Caroline Glick talking to Joe Hicks (video)

May 28, 2009

Yahoo!News: "Report: North Korea restarts nuclear plant"

A strident North Korea has reportedly restarted a weapons-grade nuclear plant and staged a mass rally to celebrate its second nuclear test as world powers, including allies China and Russia, moved Wednesday to punish the isolated communist regime. The North also announced that South Korea's decision to participate in an international program aimed at stemming the flow of weapons of mass destruction was equal to a "declaration of war." Pyongyang said through its official news agency that it would respond with military action if the South tried to stop or search any of its ships. South Korea decided to join the program, known as the Proliferation Security Initiative, after Monday's nuclear test. (...) >>>

May 27, 2009

CNN's Mike Chinoy (no URL available) is of the opinion these Nork tests must be seen in the light that A. underlings are keen to prove their loyalty to the ailing, dear leader and, B. the ailing, dear leader is trying to get the attention of the American dear leader, so as to enforce bilateral talks:

CNN: "North Korea's second nuclear test stirs outrage"

May 25, 2009


Anonymous said...

Re: "To bring about the conditions optimal for the Mahdi’s return, Iran’s leaders must – according to Shia scholars – create global chaos and carnage."

"Order out of chaos"?

"Ordo Ab Chao"?

Who's motto is that?

Surely not the motto of al-Afghani, Bernard Lewis, Lord Balfour, the Ayatollah Khomeini, Harry Truman, Winston Churchill and other Scottish Rite Freemasons?

Surely not!

Anonymous said...

Re: "even as the leaders of Iran talk about annihilating Israel and the U.S."

How on Earth could Iran annihilate the US?

Wake up, please.

What Ahmedinijad said was:

"Imam ghoft een rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods bayad az safheh-ye ruzgar mahv shavad."


"The Imam said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time."

In context, he explained that it would "vanish" just as the USSR and the Shah's Iran are both now history.

When asked about it, he said that if all residents of Palestine had democratic rights, then Israel would be voted out of existence as a state.

Whatever the objectives of the Islamic Republic are, when discussing moves to go to war with Iran, which would probably set off a world war, it is important to be objective and stick to facts, not propaganda or exaggeration.

Word for word:

"Imam (Khomeini) ghoft (said) een (this) rezhim-e (regime) ishghalgar-e (occupying) qods (Jerusalem) bayad (must) az safheh-ye ruzgar (from page of time) mahv shavad (vanish from)."

[Besides everything else, Ahmedinijad is not the leader of Iran, but the regime set up by the English Freemason Khomeini, son of the MI6 agent Williamson.]