Sunday, June 03, 2007

On a Day of continuing Bloviating Iran accuses the U.S. of Playing their game!

Last night I decided to talk about Iran and their success in playing Bush's game of political deciet and confrontation. I decided to peruse the days news and see what transpired today to add to last nights asinine contribution. Well, they did not disappoint.
Of course he has said it before and Iranian's said the statement was mistranslated but Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reiterated on Sunday saying the world would witness the destruction of Israel soon, the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported.
Ahmadinejad said last summer's war between Israel and Hezbollah showed for the first time that the "hegemony of the occupier regime [Israel] had collapsed, and the Lebanese nation pushed the button to begin counting the days until the destruction of the Zionist regime," IRNA quoted him as saying. "God willing, in the near future we will witness the destruction of the corrupt occupier regime," Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying during a speech to foreign guests who attended ceremonies marking the 18th anniversary of the death of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, who is known as the father of Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution.,2933,277448,00.html
Isn't that nice! Also Iran on Sunday said disputes over its nuclear program could be settled in the coming weeks if the U.N. Security Council dropped preparations to debate another round of sanctions against the Islamic Republic and turn over its case to the International Atomic Energy Agency. You know that will not happen.
The announcement by Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini comes after an official in Spain said Iran had pledged to end years of stonewalling and provide answers about past suspicious nuclear activities to the IAEA, the U.N. nuclear monitoring agency.
"If reviewing of Iran's nuclear issue returns to the agency, the Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to reach an agreement over settling a few remaining problems with the agency in the short term," Hosseini told reporters in his weekly news conference in Tehran.,2933,277443,00.html
They have had continuing meetings with Spain and the EU and they will continue. Iran's idea of coming to an agreement is to allow them to continue uranium enrichment and stop sanctions and again that will not happen and Iran knows it. To prove it today An Iranian official says his country will not stop developing its nuclear program even if the United Nations imposes a third set of sanctions.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini Sunday told reporters that Iran will ignore continued U.S. and U.N. pressure to stop enriching uranium as part of its nuclear program.
This is the kicker to me. This is too much something Bush would say while the truth is obvious and the solvency easy but that again, will not happen. Tehran's security chief charged Saturday that The United States was using some of the four Iranian Americans detained by Tehran to meddle in Iranian affairs and is trying to cover it up. I would have to say it is the other way around and very obvious.
We are being accused of meddling in Iranian internal affairs. With one captive being charged with trying to topple the Government of Iran it is obvious Iran is doing what Bush does and accusing his enemies of doing what he is guilty of.
One captive who was also visiting an elderly Mother had their passport taken.
It is obvious these people are being taken to be used for barter as we have said before. Meddling in internal affairs and trying to topple the Government can be as simple as saying I feel bad for you having to live under this regime.
The end of discussion obvious answer is to take their passports and kick them out of the country. End of problem but that would not help bring this confrontation between America and Iran to a head would it? I refuse to believe that Iran too can be so obvious and not care like Bush how stupid they sound and look. No wonder we are in so much trouble and this will only end in war. What is next?

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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