Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Today's middle east and world chaos status as the world reacts to Bush's warmongering and new world order!
Putin and Ahmadinejad meet in Inti Bush Rally!
First: .Israel and Palestinian negotiators are involved in the most serious effort in "many, many years" to try to end the Mideast conflict, said U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Monday. "Frankly, it's time for the establishment of a Palestinian state and it's time for Israel to live in the security that is going to come with a peaceful and democratic neighbor," Rice said.
A day after meeting with Israeli leaders, Rice met in the West Bank with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and said she's pushing both sides to work "intensely" toward agreeing on a "serious, substantive and concrete" framework for a November peace conference in Annapolis, Maryland. During a joint news conference with Rice, Abbas indicated his negotiators have already agreed on some issues with Israel, but he did not specify which ones.
Rice says the time for a Palestinian State is now That's nice but this is in direct conflict with Iran and Islamist interests. It will only end one way and it is more obvious every day as Bush's Forever wars take shape.
While Rice is working against Iran's voiced interests Putin is in Iran to show his support. Meanwhile Russian President Vladimir Putin has been told about a plot to assassinate him during a visit to Iran this week, a Kremlin spokeswoman said Sunday. But that will not deter him. Interfax news agency, citing a source in Russia's special services, said suicide terrorists had been trained to carry out the assassination.
A spokesman for Iran's foreign ministry, Mohammad Ali Hosseini, denied any such plot had been uncovered, characterizing the news as disinformation spread by Iran's adversaries. "These sort of reports are completely baseless and in direction with psychological operations of enemies of relations between Iran and Russia" Hosseini said in a statement.
Kremlin claims plot on putin , he still visits Iran as much at stake Myself I wouldn't doubt it and that Bushco was behind it somehow as Bush's friend Vlad is turning out to be his most important enemy and will along with China fight his new world order plans.
Iran should be allowed to pursue its nuclear program for peaceful purposes, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday. "The Iranians are cooperating with Russian nuclear agencies and the main objectives are peaceful objectives," he said. Russia is building Iran's first nuclear power plant and has resisted moves by the U.S. and its allies to impose stronger U.N. sanctions against Tehran.
On Monday, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates reiterated the Bush administration's stance that "all options" must be kept "on the table" in confronting the threats posed by Iran -- a reference to the option of using military action against the long-time U.S. adversary. as Putin reiterates support for Iran I just want to point out that Putin said Iran's main objectives are peaceful. We seem to have accepted that verbiage and it covers Putin in the future but what about those other objectives?
While there President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia told a summit meeting of five Caspian Sea nations in Iran today that any use of military force in the region was unacceptable and in a declaration the countries agreed that none of them would allow their territories to be used as a base for launching military strikes against any of the others. “We should not even think of making use of force in this region,” Mr. Putin said.
Mr. Putin’s comments and the declaration come at a time when France and the United States have refused to rule out military action to halt Iran’s nuclear energy program, which they believe masks a desire to develop nuclear weapons. Iran says its program is solely for peaceful purposes. Putin arrived in Tehran today for meetings with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran and leaders from three other nearby Caspian Sea nations that have rich oil and gas resources, promising to use diplomacy to try to resolve the international debate over Iran’s nuclear program.
He was the first Kremlin leader to travel to Iran since 1943, when Stalin attended a wartime summit meeting with Churchill and Roosevelt. His statements, which were consistent with his past positions cautioning against military action against Iran, were nonetheless stark in their setting and firmly emphasized his differences with the United States over the extent of Iran’s threat and the means to counter it.
“Not only should we reject the use of force, but also the mention of force as a possibility,” Mr. Putin said. “This is very important. We must not submit to other states in the case of aggression or some other kind of military action directed against one of the Caspian countries.” While in Iran Putin warns Bush against attack The war drums are beating!
Caspian Sea states declared in Tehran on Tuesday they would not let their soil be used for an attack on any of them, an apparent response to speculation the United States could resort to force in its nuclear row with Iran. The Islamic Republic is embroiled in a standoff with Western nations which accuse Tehran of seeking atomic weapons, a charge Tehran denies. Washington has refused to rule out military action if diplomacy fails to resolve the row.
The declaration followed a speech by Russian President Vladimir Putin calling on the Caspian nations not to let any third country use their territory for an attack, a comment apparently directed at former Soviet state Azerbaijan. The U.S. military has inspected airfields in Azerbaijan, which has a partnership deal with NATO, amid Russian media speculation they could be planning to use the facilities in a possible strike on Iran. Azeri officials deny any such plan.
Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan said "under no circumstances will they allow (the use of their) territories by third countries to launch aggression or other military action against any of the member states." Also in the final declaration, they acknowledged the rights of all signatories to the Non-Proliferation Treaty -- which includes Iran -- to develop peaceful nuclear energy. says Caspian States will not be used for the attack on Iran Sides in this war are taking shape and the drumbeats are beating.
Meanwhile Turkey is getting sick of having its citizens killed and is starting to run out of patience. Turkish troops shelled farmland around a half-dozen villages in northern Iraq from across the tense border, an Iraqi Kurdish official said Sunday, in what the Turkish military called retaliation for weekend attacks by Kurdish rebels.
Turkey's military reported Saturday that Kurdish separatist guerrillas attacked villages on its side of the border late Friday, wounding one soldier near the village of Yemisli. "The Turkish military responded to these unacceptable attacks and will continue to respond," a military statement said. meanwhile amidst mutual attacks across Iraq Turkey Border With 60,000 of Nato's 2nd largest military on its border it better be very concerned.
Iraq on Tuesday urged Turkey to refrain from launching military action against Kurdish separatists based in Iraqi territory and called for urgent talks between the two nations to find a solution to the crisis. Earlier, Tariq Al-Hashimi, one of Iraq's two vice presidents, arrived in Turkey to meet Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul in an effort to "defuse" tense relations between Ankara and Baghdad.
Meanwhile Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh issued a statement calling for "urgent dialogue" between Turkey and Iraq and a "diplomatic solution" to the tensions, sparked by recent attacks in Turkey by the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK. The statement urged Turkey "not to resort to military solutions in dealing with terrorist threats that target its interests."
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who was also due to hold emergency talks with his ministers Tuesday, said his government was ready for "urgent dialogue sessions" with senior Turkish officials. "Turkey would act with common sense and determination when necessary and when the time is ripe," Erdogan said. "The only target is the PKK terrorist organization. No other group is our target," Cicek said. "Everyone who lives in Iraq are our brothers and our friends. We hope that peace comes to Iraq and to our areas without a need to use this option." Iraq calls for urgent Turkey talk
Meanwhile just a reminder, Turkish gunners have been shelling into Iraq setting their friends fields and orchards ablaze so tempers are running thin and time is running out here too.
I am very upset as you all are. This is one hell of a mess Bush is happily creating and he is proud of it. I am sickened thinking how this will all in fact turn out and our so called leaders think they are in control and can prevent as they play their childish games.