Monday, January 25, 2010

P5 plus one: Six powers to check Iran nuclear ambitions to benefit Ahmadinejad and the nuclear agenda!



I refuse to believe that after all these times all these threats by us we are stupid enough to really think we can get Iran to bend to our wishes. All these years all the insistence by Iran that they are going to continue with their nuclear ambitions and it is their God given right to have nuclear power period. We gave them the knowledge in the fifties and they have gone to far and are too close to stop now.
Six powers to check Iran nuclear ambitions

Supposedly any new sanctions will be targeting the Revolutionary Guard but any new sanctions will benefit Ahmadinejad and the current regime will make sure they are used in their favor! They are not going to loosen their grip, they are not going to stop anything. They have gone too far, the IRG has too much power, and they smell blood. They have been freed up from dealing with Iraq and are not going to stop ensuing their version of new Middle East order with the Shiite in the dominant role!
Ahmadinejad Will Gain From Sanctions, Iranian Official Says

On top of all the instigating Iran is doing in every instance I am very concerned with her desire for nuclear weapons, her willingness to use them, and the fact that we gave Iran her nuclear start in the 50s. The nuclear program of Iran was launched in the 1950s with the help of the United States as part of the Atoms for Peace program.[1] The support, encouragement and participation of the United States and Western European governments in Iran's nuclear program continued until the 1979 Islamic revolution that toppled the Shah of Iran. We are so concerned about Pakistan and Iran today in regard to nuclear abilities and nuclear weapons and security. I was blown away to find out that we built the first nuclear Reactors in both Iran and Pakistan. Iran's nuclear program

A reminder: As you know, when asked by a journalist how he felt upon returning to Iran in 1979 after 15 years in exile. Khomeini’s curt, one-word reply was “nothing” Whoa! From day one of his return to Iran Khomeini expressed no love for Iran only a love of the atom bomb. The drive even then was to possess a nuclear weapon though that desire is still denied until Iran can get their hands on one.

I have tried to give Iran the benefit of the doubt when they say their nuclear desires are peaceful knowing they could use nuclear power as an energy source for their growing population. I have always asserted that perceived need could be cover for the real goal of developing a nuclear weapon.

The current regime in Iran continues to up the ante inside and outside of Iran with militarism and nuclear concerns. They are antagonizing Israel, the US, and others in their quest for war to unite their country! Iran is not going to settle for world peace but instead inside and out they will settle for nothing less than dominance and will destroy the world to get it!


James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
www.anaveragepatriot.com

4 comments:

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

let's say they are using it as an energy source - how insane is that?

Pretty much like little w isn't it?
Remember what he did during his first week in office?!

You know what, Jim, straight after your last mail came in, the shit really hit the fan here!
No, nothing serious, just first 2 freezers and 2 fridges breaking and then the kitchen under water... grrr!
I love the snow and the cold weather, but right now it's giving me more problems than fun...

an average patriot said...

I have no trust that they want them for Peace since they have been seeking nukes since we gave them the technology in the 50s!

What do you mean? Your pipes freeze? No insulation? How is your kitchen under water? What do you live in the cellar? Geesh and I envied you!

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

No, I don't live in the cellar!!!
Well, you see, this farm used to be the home of the richest family around, about 130 (or more!)years ago.
After 7 generations it was a ruin. The farmer who bought it for the land, was too scared to go inside.
But then a polish military family thought it was a great opportunity...
well, well, well... let's say Kathazyna, the mother (the boss of a biker's club!) was great inspirations for my books...!
Life never gets boring around her.

Anyway the polish have their way of fixing things... need I say any more?!

We've spent almost 4 years so far doing up the main house and we're still not done! We've more or less rebuilding the house. You can see pics on my B&B-blog.
Re piping: I think plumbers are the most dangerous creatures on earth, plus an old friend of mine had also really fucked things up for us. He didn't mean any harm, but he's a soldier and a builder and not a plumber, so he just made a mess of things and then died...

I have 2 freezer-fridges and they are sensitive to minus degrees. When it gets below zero at some point they stop working.

The pipes outside must have been frozen, that's why there was water in the kitchen. But it seems to be handled now. But I really didn't wanna put any heating into the larder, I very much liked the cold temps, because then you can just use the whole area as a fridge and I have almost a ton fruit&veggies stored there...

You see my life isn't that civilized as other people's lives... I also sometimes sleep in minus temps, because I want the window open or we sleep outside, when we go north...

And we don't have central heating, I hate central heating, so we have 4 chimneys and a fire place and stoves...

when it comes to rat traps... I better not say anything, but the worst thing is when you find them completely flat, like rubber...

seems that when the house was empty (before the Polish moved in), it wasn't really empty... and then they only poisoned them, meaning the dead guys where everywhere, stinking up the place and we had to tear floors out and that sort of thing...

Squirrels: Do you know bear grylls?
His show seems to be on every time we eat and yummy he always find the most delicious crap to eat, like eyeballs, elephant-pooh, worms and snakes and that sort of thing. The other day he was in Siberia and had a squirrel and said: hmmm real delicacy, but unfortunate it was already stiff, I mean not just dead, but frozen stiff, so he just just scraped of the fur and warmed up the rest (who needs to cook things through? Not him! (And then he wonders what's wrong with his stomach!) anyway then he had the special treat: the brain completely uncooked! Yummy!

Still feel like eating squirrels?
And what about rats?
The Mexicans do that, too!
You really should watch his extreme survival-programs would add a lot to your cuisine...!!! But not sure what Trice would think...

oh and re the iranians:
of course you can't trust them on that!

an average patriot said...

I would eat Rats, that is a delicacy in China and there is a lot in Boston but good luck finding one here.
Your house sounds pretty cool at least once you get it done. You live pretty frugally most including me would have a hard time in a house with just a wood stove. I would have to go underground beloe the frost level.
I will take some comfort if I can get it but if not I will survive!