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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Special Iran Update, Wednesday 23, 2007

Hey folks,

I have come down with a pretty severe case of Bronchitis. The Doctor said that I am walking the fine line between that and Pneumonia. So I am relegated to only exercising my mind as my body heals. But fret not, That is what I do here EVERYDAY. Exercise my mind to make the complicated simple to understand. This also means I have a lot of free time coming up, while I go in and out of conscientious. {Smile}

Well, making the news again today? Our old friend "Little Hitler." I have been warning you folks about him for well over a year, before anyone else was talking about him, I was telling you the dangers of this guy. According to AP-Iran detains Iranian-American consultant By LEE KEATH, Associated Press Writer.

Iran has detained an Iranian-American consultant working for George Soros' Open Society Institute, the latest U.S. citizen connected to a non-governmental organization to be seized in the country, the institute said Wednesday.

The detention of Kian Tajbakhsh comes amid recent accusations by Iranian authorities that the U.S. is using critics and dissidents to try to overthrow the country's hard-line government.

WAIT, WAIT, WAIT. President Ahmadinejad, you got it all wrong. If he is a Soros Drone, he is YOUR FRIEND. He poses no threat to you. As a matter of fact, he was probably over there to try to help you make President Bush look bad. If I were you, I would release him as a sign of good faith.

Earlier this month, Iranian authorities arrested Haleh Esfandiari, director of the Middle East Program at the Washington-based Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars, and charged her with setting up a network to overthrow the Islamic regime.

Tajbakhsh, an urban planning consultant who has also worked for the World Bank, was detained on or around May 11, the New York-based Open Society Institute said in a statement. The group is a private foundation that encourages democracy-building in countries around the world.

"We are concerned for his safety and call for his immediate release," the statement said.

Don’t worry, when he learns the truth of who this is, he will release him. But why do you think they were so bold to begin with. Because they have been doing and saying anything they want with no repercussions. British Soldiers? Nothing. Violate UN Sanction? Nothing. So why not?

He knows that his friends in Washington has the President's hands tied. He feels he can do anything he wants. From Reuters- IAEA says Iran building up atom program, defying UN By Mark Heinrich 54 minutes ago

The U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Wednesday Iran was expanding its uranium enrichment program in defiance of international demands, opening the way to harsher sanctions against Tehran over fears it is seeking atom bombs.

The findings in a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) came on the day nine U.S. warships sailed into the Gulf for maneuvers to demonstrate American impatience with Tehran, which it also accuses of backing insurgents in Iraq.

Iran ignored another 60-day deadline for it to freeze enrichment activity set by the United Nations Security Council when it imposed a second round of sanctions on March 24.

"Iran has not suspended its enrichment-related activities. Iran has continued with operation of its pilot fuel enrichment plant and with construction of its (planned industrial) enrichment plant," said the report, obtained by Reuters.

So go blow the hell out of their factory. Not a single foot of and single Soldier needs to be soiled on Iranian land. Just BOOM. No more threat. OH, Yeah, I forgot the Traitors in Washington.

In response, Iran said it remained committed to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), which the West suspects it is violating by using a declared civilian nuclear program as a facade for mastering the means to build warheads.

"Iran is still loyal to its commitment in carrying out the NPT," Iranian state television quoted chief nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani as saying.

NO it’s NOT! Never was. Evidence after evidence proves it.

Iran, which had already said it was expanding uranium enrichment, says it seeks to use nuclear technology only for power generation. Enriched uranium can be used for nuclear power plants or, if refined to a much higher degree, for bombs.

Six world powers stand behind U.N. Security Council resolutions demanding Iran suspend all nuclear fuel work in exchange for negotiations on trade incentives, with the threat of escalating sanctions if Tehran keeps refusing.

Get this,


In Washington, a White House spokesman said the new IAEA report was "a laundry list of Iran's continued defiance of the international community and shows that Iran's leaders are only furthering the isolation of the Iranian people."

U.S. officials had said the powers would start drafting a third, harsher batch of sanctions if the deadline was flouted.

More talk that has been and will again be useless.

But a senior European diplomat at the Security Council said "I don't think we'll rush at it." He said he expected the Council to await the outcome of high-level exploratory talks on the nuclear issue between the EU and Iran next week.

Which will do more nothing. We are there. We are ready.

Washington sent nine U.S. warships into the Gulf, a narrow channel in international waters off Iran's coast and a crucial artery for global oil shipments. Oil rose towards $70 on world markets, partly on news of the force's arrival.

The U.S. navy said the ships, including two aircraft carriers, would conduct exercises under a long-planned effort to reassure local Arab allies of U.S. commitment to Gulf security.

In response, Iran said it would powerfully resist any threat from Washington. The U.S. has said it is committed to a diplomatic solution but has not rule out military intervention.

Oh stop. A couple well placed bombs, no more threat. I have been and I am, telling you, Little Hitler cannot be appeases, ignored, or coddled. He is FAR too dangerous.

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