Sunday, September 30, 2007

Revolutionary Guard, CIA, US Military, all terrorist Organizations, Iran buys more time as Bush and Ahmadinejad's war comes closer! What''s next?















First I hate to say it but I have to agree with Ahmadinejad's recent statement blaming the US for 9/11 and saying we have mismanaged the war. Mismanagement is Bush's nomdeguerre! As we have been saying it seems for years now. Bush and Ahmadinejad's war will happen. Everything is now set in the US and Iran and as expected it looks to be this fall or as son as either side can find the excuse to instigate it!
We now have the Revolutionary Guard which is of course a part of Iran declared terrorist's and the CIA and the US Army now declared by Iran as being Terrorists.The Iranian parliament on Saturday voted to designate the United States' Central Intelligence Agency and the U.S. Army as terrorist organizations, IRNA, the country's state-run news agency, reported.

The CIA and the U.S. Army "trained terrorists and supported terrorism, and they themselves are terrorists," the parliament said, according to IRNA. The Iranian parliament said the condemnation was based on "known and accepted" standards of terrorism from international regulations, including the U.N. charter. The parliament said it condemns the "aggressions by the U.S. Army, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan" and calls on the United Nations to "intervene in the global problem of U.S. prisons in Guantanamo Bay, Abu Ghraib and secret jails in other countries," IRNA reported, quoting a statement from Iranian lawmakers. That is as far as any semblance of logic went and as they went beyond reason you can read the rest that goes back to WW2 at The link

My question is, knowing that Iran is A Ticking Time bomb what is going to happen next?
Iran will not stop enriching Uranium and has been clandestinely arming themselves as much as possible to defend against what appears to most of us as an imminent attack. Columbia was viewed by Iranian's as a victory for Ahmadinejad, gaining him more support at home. Now He has bought more time to prepare.

In just another set back setback for the United States, Iran won a two-month reprieve from new U.N. sanctions over its nuclear program on Friday. The Bush administration and its European allies ceded to Russian and Chinese demands to give Tehran more time to address international concerns.
An agreement reached in talks here between six key nations and supported by the European Union gives Iran until November to make progress in answering questions about the program that the United States and others alleged is a cover for nuclear weapons development. The decision marks another blow for Washington in its diplomatic struggle to toughen existing U.N. sanctions on Iran, whose leader this week declared to the U.N. General Assembly that the nuclear issue was "closed" and vowed to defy attempts to add new penalties.

The Bush administration had hoped to capitalize on growing international frustration with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's hardline stance in refusing to halt uranium enrichment and reprocessing that he insists are purely for peaceful civilian energy use. But despite increasing support for new sanctions in Europe — particularly from Britain, France and Germany — Russia and China refused to yield, insisting on giving Tehran more time to accept an offer for negotiations in exchange for suspending its nuclear activities. Iran buys more time
Aside from the fact that a couple of my sons are in this I am concerned from the point of view that as Bush prosecutes his money making Forever war there is going to be a war with Iran and soon. Iran is not going to stop enriching Uranium as Bush wants and they are gearing up for war. So I have too ask the obvious knowing this has been occurring for years now. What is buying two more months going to do to us and the obvious end of all this? Neither Bush nor Ahmadinejad is going to relent as they both want war! What is next?
James Joiner
Gardner Ma
www.anaveragepatriot.com
























13 comments:

an average patriot said...

What happened to this? Testing to see if I can stil receive comments.

two crows said...

hi, AAP --
hope you get this.

yesterday, I heard on some talk show on PBS that, of all the countries in the region, Iran alone has a secular government [as Iraq did before we got there], that it is among the most moderate governments in the area. and that it is, of all the gov'ts there, the closest to the western way of thinking and the most likely to be an ally if we would let it.

trust BushCo to go after the country that COULD be the most tolerant of western views if we would just leave it alone.

Ahmadinejad is a clown -- not unlike Bush -- and, not unlike Bush, he's more figurehead than anything else while behind the scenes, the real governors are quietly governing.
Bush, tho, won't let him simply strut his stuff and bluster. he'll call him out and take us all into yet another war because Ahmadinejad doesn't know when to shut-the- hell- up.

I'm so sorry your sons are caught up in this mess.

Amre El-Abyad said...

"The Iranian parliament on Saturday voted to designate the United States' Central Intelligence Agency and the U.S. Army as terrorist organizations, IRNA, the country's state-run news agency, reported".

Well, Jim, that is, indeed, funny!

I would like to infom you that the second man in the Al-Queda terrorist organization, the terrorist-Ayman el-Zawahry was member of the Egyptian Jihad in 1981( a terrorist extremist criminal organization) his God father and tutor was a man called "Khalid Al-Islambolly". Khalid, along with Al-Zawaheeery and other sunni terrorists killed Egypt's late president Anwar El-Sadat in 1981.

Guess what? the main street in Tehran is called Khalid El-Islambolly. And what is worse, Iranian government is puttting up a big poster for the tutor of Bin-Laden and the founder of the moden Jihadi movment in th mulsim world in the middle of Tehran.

They are celebrating he founders of Al-Queda!!!!!!

an average patriot said...

two crows
Before I respond I want to say thank you now I know comments can come in. I was curoius because I had that space at the bottom of my post and couldn't get rid of it.
Also, I had a good heart to heart with my EOD hard core son yesterday and even he realizes we are screwed and someone must get someone elected that will put an end to Bush's Forever war. I am afraid he realizes now it is too late.
He just got back from Afghanistan and is due to go to Iraq in June but wonders what is nex? He loves the military and his job but does not like to be used as Bush is doing.
Anyway he is picking up his brother who just got back from Iraq at the airport today. Back to Jim, he is very hard core and you should have heard his stories. He is a field team leader and I pity anyone that disagrees or does not do their job.
what you were saying about Iran is true. At least that is what Amhadinejad said. He said we could be good for each other. However as you know, Bush wants to help Israel and dominate Iran so that will not ever happen.
For years now I have said the attack will be this fall as soon as Bush can find the excuse and beat Congress. He will soon and then it will be out of anyones control.
Today I am going to update this because Bush has the way to get his war with Iran going and that is surgical strikes. That is only going to serve to get this kicked off.

an average patriot said...

Amre
That is very interesting about Kahlid and Islambolly! You know this story was based on Iran declaring the US terrorists and us declaring the Revolutionary Guard thus Iran terrorists and we are getting closer to war.
Today I am doing an update because Bush is looking at surgical strikes. That will only be the instigation to war both sides have been looking for.
With you in mind I just went back to link you to an article I saw but of course I couldn't find it. It was about Egypt opening its Border and Hamas sympacizors were let in. Do you have anything on that?

Amre El-Abyad said...

Well, Jim, I have to admit it- I don't quite understand the Egyptian foreign policy. But that maybe because of the humanitarian responsibilty of Egypt as the leader of the region.

an average patriot said...

Amre
My response to you just didn't go through so I will try again. I was hoping you had a link to that story because I didn't save it and now can't find it again.
I must admit and you know better than I but relationships in the middle east are very confusing, complex, and convoluted.

two crows said...

actually, I can see their point about calling the CIA a terrorist organization.

Naj said...

Guess what? the main street in Tehran is called Khalid El-Islambolly. And what is worse, Iranian government is puttting up a big poster for the tutor of Bin-Laden and the founder of the moden Jihadi movment in th mulsim world in the middle of Tehran.

LOL!

Can someone's logic be any more screwed up than that?!!!

wtf are you thanking this liar for?!

an average patriot said...

two crows I agree and Naj I appreciate everyones input as it leads to understanding the compexity of the big picture.

Amre El-Abyad said...

Dear Jim,

Check tht link please.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khalid_Islambouli

an average patriot said...

Amre
I thought there was an extra comment here, Thanks for the link I will do that.

an average patriot said...

Amre
I remember that now that I read the story on Islambouli. that bothered me for sure.