Sean Hannity’s tv show features Iranium tonight. The documentary has a run time of 56 minutes. I doubt that Sean will show the entire documentary in his one hour program because of commercials.
The documentary can be viewed free on line at the link provided above for a limited time. After viewing it, I urge you to view it and tell your friends, family and associates about it.
It is likely that you have been exposed to many of the quotes featured in the documentary, such as the infamous Rafsanjani quote about the duty to obtain and use nuclear weapons. You probably sloughed them off. But when they are assembled and presented as they are in Iranium, they can not be so easily dismissed.
Iranium features statements by Woolsey, Bolton, Gaffney and other qualified security experts who bring great clarity to the issues brought forth. Taken together, the statements of Ahmadinejad, Rafsanjani & others are a red flag which should warn the world of impending danger. They are determined & persistent, they will not cease from reaching for weapons of mass destruction and will not shrink from applying them in their quest for world domination.
Opinion Journal has an excellent article chronicling President Bush’s warnings to Iran and his failure to take effective action. Here is their concluding paragraph. [Emphasis added.]
The Bush Presidency is running out of time to act if it wants to stop Iran from gaining a bomb. With GIs fighting and dying in Iraq, Mr. Bush also owes it to them not to allow enemy sanctuaries or weapons pipelines from Iran. If the President believes half of what he and his Administration have said about Iran’s behavior, he has an obligation to do whatever it takes to stop it.
Please read the entire article and email the last paragraph and its url to email@example.com as I have done. Its the least you can do in support of our troops.
For a complete transcript of Ahmadinejad’s remarks to the General Assembly, click this link:
AHRC News Service
Iranian President Ahmadinejad addresses the 62nd UN General Assembly
Selected excerpts interspersed with commentary.
2. Widespread Violations of Human Rights, Terrorism and Occupation
Unfortunately human rights are being extensively violated by certain powers, especially by those who pretend to be their exclusive advocates. Setting up clandestine prisons, abductions, trials and secret punishments without any regard to due process, listening on telephone conversations, opening private letters and frequent summons to police and security centers have become commonplace and prevalent. They prosecute scientists and historians for stating their opinions on important global issues. They are using different alibis to occupy sovereign nations and cause chaos and divisions, and then use the prevailing situation as an excuse to continue their occupation. For more than sixty years, Palestine, as compensation of the loss they incurred in the war in Europe, has been under occupation of the illegal Zionist regime.
Their people have been displaced or are under heavy military pressure, economic siege or are incarcerated under abhorrent conditions. The occupiers are protected and praised, while innocent people of Palestine are subjected to political, military and propaganda onslaughts. The people of Palestine are deprived of water, electricity and medicine for the sin of asking for freedom, and their government that has come from the votes of the people is targeted. Terrorists are being organized to attack the lives and property of people, under auspices of politicians and military officials of the big powers. The brutal Zionists carry out targeted assassinations of Palestinians in their homes and cities, and terrorists receive medals of peace and support from the big powers. On the other hand they gather a number of deprived Jewish people with false propagation under pretext of providing them with welfare, job and food from different parts of the world and settle them in the occupied territories and exposed them to harshest restrictions, psychological pressures and constant threat. They prevent these deprived people to return to their main lands and by use of force and false propagation make them show their hatred towards indigenous Palestinian people.
Iraq was occupied under the pretext of overthrow of a dictator and existence of weapons of mass destruction. The Iraqi dictator who had been supported by the same occupiers was disposed of, and no weapons were discovered, but occupation continues under different excuses. No day passes without people being killed, wounded or displaced, and occupiers not only refuse to be accountable and ashamed, but speak in a report of a new market for their armaments as the result of their military venture. They even oppose the constitution, national assembly and the government arising from the votes of the people, while do not even have the courage to declare their defeat and exit Iraq.
Unfortunately we are witnessing this bitter truth that some powers do not put value on any nation or human beings, and the only things that matters to them are themselves, their parties and groups. In their view, human rights are tantamount to profits for their companies and friends. The rights and the good name of American people are also being sacrificed for the selfish desires of those holding power.
“Widespread Violations of Human Rights, Terrorism and Occupation“: code words for any resistance to Islam’s Jihad.
“Unfortunately human rights are being extensively violated by certain powers, especially by those who pretend to be their exclusive advocates.” : projecting Egyptian, Iranian, Sudanese & Saudi suppression of human rights & dignity. Refer to my previous post where similar malarkey was discussed.
“Setting up clandestine prisons, abductions, trials and secret punishments without any regard to due process, listening on telephone conversations, opening private letters and frequent summons to police and security centers have become commonplace and prevalent“: projecting past arbitrary imprisonment & torture in many Muslim nations including Iran, not to mention kangaroo courts sentencing rape victims to hang without benefit of legal counsel. He objects to the Patriot Act because it has been partially effective.
“They prosecute scientists and historians for stating their opinions on important global issues. “: complaining about European prosecution of Holocaust deniers; overlooking our first amendment rights. What happens to anyone who criticizes or questions Islam within Dar-ul-Islam?
“They are using different alibis to occupy sovereign nations and cause chaos and divisions, and then use the prevailing situation as an excuse to continue their occupation.“: Afghanistan was sponsoring al-Qaeda’s headquarters & training camps; they refused to curb al-Qaeda’s activitys and to turn over their leadership after the Abomination. That’s adequate casus beli. Iraq was sponsoring al-Ansar, training & supplying al-Qaeda & subsidizing splodydopes. They also gave sanctuary & subsidy to the AssWhole who mixed the chemicals used in the WTC1 bomb. Iraq was also in egregious & long standing violation of the terms of cease fire that ended Desert Storm. All of which activities comprise adequate casus belli.
We did not cause the divisions between Shiia & Sunni, and our leaders ain’t smart enough to exploit those divisions. Better the Muslims should be killing each other than killing us! If we pull out precipitously, Ahmadinejad will echo Gen. Powell “you broke it, you bought it!” His position can be summed up thusly: heads I win, tails you lose.
“For more than sixty years, Palestine, as compensation of the loss they incurred in the war in Europe, has been under occupation of the illegal Zionist regime.“: This AssWholliness was adequately debunked in my previous post on the spewing of feces at Columbia University & the National Press Club.
“Their people have been displaced or are under heavy military pressure, economic siege or are incarcerated under abhorrent conditions.“: they left in ’48 in obedience to commands broadcast by Egypt so that the invading army of Islam could exterminate the Jews without obstruction. They remain displaced because of a deliberate policy of preventing absorption by the nations to which they belong. Follow the link in the previous paragraph for more detail on this general subject.
” Terrorists are being organized to attack the lives and property of people, under auspices of politicians and military officials of the big powers. The brutal Zionists carry out targeted assassinations of Palestinians in their homes and cities, and terrorists receive medals of peace and support from the big powers.“ : Israel should just roll over and play ‘possum in the face of a century of constant pogroms and terror attacks. Yeah, right. Always blame the victims! Such is the business of AssWholes in AssWhollery; constantly spewing feces. Article 11 & articles 13-15 of the Charter of HAMAS explain it all. All men of intelligence and good will who read it will subsequently join me in cursing Islam. All land conquered by Islam belongs to Allah forever. If lost, it must be reconquered. I am reminded of a cat’s snarl expressing its anger at the injustice of a mouse’s attempted escape and evasion– depriving the cat of needed protein.
“no weapons were discovered“: Mortar shells and rockets containing and prepared for Mustard gas & Sarin ain’t WMD?? And all that stuff the Russians flew to Syria??? As stated above, there were ample casus belli over and above WMD.
“No day passes without people being killed, wounded or displaced“: by bombs constructed and delivered by armies of Islam trained & supplied by Iran. Those EFPs kill civilians as well as our troops.
“They even oppose the constitution, national assembly and the government arising from the votes of the people, while do not even have the courage to declare their defeat and exit Iraq.“: were we led by a statesman like Truman, instead of a timid conman fearful of world opinion, we’d have imposed a secular democratic constitution upon Iraq. Every passing day delivers ample proof of the insane idiocy of allowing a constitution to be based on Sharia and legislators to be elected on sectarian platforms!!!
“Unfortunately we are witnessing this bitter truth that some powers do not put value on any nation or human beings, and the only things that matters to them are themselves, their parties and groups.“: more projection; the AssWhole describes Islam’s Goddamn arrogance!!! That arrogance springs directly from the evil founder of the demonic institution.
Bukhari Ch 61 # 2756: …It is mentioned from Ibn ‘Umar from the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, “My provision has been placed under the shadow of my spear, and abasement and humility have been placed on the one who disobeys my command.
“In their view, human rights are tantamount to profits for their companies and friends. The rights and the good name of American people are also being sacrificed for the selfish desires of those holding power.“: a fetid admixture of feces and truth. Observe the ahadith above; it is Islam which makes war for profit: the Goddamn Profit Muhammad!! In fact, our nation’s blood and treasure are wasted for naught by a miserable coward who lacks the courage and resolve required to emulate the wise and decisive tactics of President Truman. He can’t bring himself to identify the enemy, to seek its destruction, nor to Nuke it. Instead he wasted blood and treasure in invasions which can not obtain the strategic objective because they leave the enemy in place and in power.
A brilliant press release from UN Watch says it all and far better than I can. I reproduce it here for your enlightenment. I hope that after reading it you will conclude that Iran should be expelled and Ahmedinejad should be banned from entry to the U.S.
UN Watch is a Geneva-based human rights organization founded in 1993 to monitor UN compliance with the principles of its Charter. It is accredited as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in Special Consultative Status to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and as an Associate NGO to the UN Department of Public Information (DPI).
Iranian artillery shelled near Iraqi Kurd villages Thursday as Iranian troops clashed with Kurdish guerrillas making an incursion across the border, officials in Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan said.
It was the third day of shelling in two areas along the border in northern Iraq, said Jabbar Yawer, spokesman for the Kurdistan protection forces, or Peshmerga. Residents of the areas said the bombardment had not caused casualties but had killed farm animals and started a fire on a mountain. (AP)
Wow. Remember when the SoH Pelosi went to Syria and misrepresented Israel as well as the United States? Remember that? We were all wondering what the motivation was and we thought and read and wrote amongst ourselves to the tune that she must be in bed with the Iranian puppet state of Syria. Well, it appears that this was true after all. Imagine that.
Fox News: Dick Morris
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has disclosed that she holds stock valued at up to $15,000 in Alcatel-Lucent (formerly Alcatel SA), a company with extensive investments in Iran and Sudan – nations that sponsor terrorism.
The disclosure of Pelosi’s holdings comes at the same time that legislation is making its way through the California legislature barring state pension fund managers from investing in companies, like Alcatel-Lucent, that do business with “terror-friendly” nations.
According to Divestterror.org, a citizens group pushing a South Africa-style disinvestment program to discourage companies from doing business in terror countries, Alcatel-Lucent’s investments in terror countries are so extensive that it is included on the organization’s “dirty dozen” list of offending companies. The organization estimates that the company has invested upwards of $300 million in terror sponsoring nations during the past five years.
According to Divestterror.org, Alcatel is aiding Iran’s terrorist activities by providing state controlled companies with data transmission and switching network capabilities. “These contracts have reportedly included the provision of hardware, software, technologies, and training to Iranian companies.” It is also installing an undersea telecommunications cable in Iran.
Prior to his overthrow, Alcatel carried out major fiber optic products for dictator Saddam Hussein in Iraq, despite U.S. government warnings to the French company that the project could advance Iraqi military capabilities.
Alcatel is currently “involved in similar telecommunications projects ranging from upgrading networks to the installation underwater fiber optic cables” in Sudan and Libya.
Criticizing Alcatel, former House Armed Services Committee Chairman and current GOP presidential contender Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) expressed his worry over Alcatel’s activities in a letter to President Bush. In it, he wrote, “I am concerned about potential transfers of technology or sensitive information to other countries with which Alcatel has business dealings, which have included Burma, China, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria.”
Florida has passed, and its governor, Charlie Crist, has signed legislation to state pension funds to sell their equities in companies that do business with Iran, Syria, Sudan, or North Korea. Similar legislation has passed in Louisiana and is making its way through state legislatures in New York, New Jersey, Ohio and California. Missouri’s state treasurer Sarah Steelman has implemented a disinvestment strategy administratively.
For the Speaker of the House to own stock in such a company is a particular outrage. She should immediately sell her stock and call on all other members of Congress who hold stock in the company to do likewise.
Only if we send a signal to these companies that their associations with Iran and other terrorist states comes at a huge price can we dissuade them from continued involvement. But if there is a massive selloff of their stock, company executives will feel the pinch in their salaries and bonuses.
Iran is in serious economic trouble. Yesterday, it announced that it would have to ration gasoline – this in a nation with the second largest proven oil reserves. But it can’t get at its oil resources without massive foreign investment. As a result, government revenues from the energy industry have dropped from $55 billion in 2006 to a projected $44 billion in 2007. In a nation where 70 percent of the labor force is employed by the government, the costs in social instability of budget cuts militated by declining energy revenues could be formidable.
Under such pressure, Iran may well have to curb its nuclear ambitions or face the prospect of overthrow by an enraged population.
Mrs. Pelosi: Do your part!
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June 23, 2007 — Israel’s air force has been training for potential long-range strikes against Iran, as part of a coordinated effort with the United States to stop the rogue regime from obtaining nuclear weapons, it was revealed yesterday.
The flight drills, including practicing refueling in mid-flight, have been going on for some time, but they were disclosed only yesterday after Israel’s military censor approved publication by the Israeli newspaper Ma’ariv.
The Israeli air force and visiting American pilots have had joint drills, as recently as two weeks ago. The exercises fueled speculation they would work together in a joint attack if the showdown over Iran’s nuclear program escalates.
There are numerous potential targets in Iran where elements of the country’s nuclear program are under way.
The Ma’ariv report said the training is one aspect of a coordinated Israeli-U.S. effort to stop Iran from obtaining the bomb, and that Washington will decide at the end of the year how to go further after reviewing the impact of economic pressure on Tehran.
The two allies are preparing a new package of economic measures, it said. This includes convincing European governments to cancel $22 billion worth of loan guarantees to European companies that do business with Iran.
Israeli intelligence fears that if Iran obtains nuclear weapons, that will set off a Mideast arms race. Also, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has repeatedly spouted anti-U.S. and anti-Israel rhetoric and called for the Jewish state to be “wiped off the map.”
How close Iran is to building a bomb is in dispute. The Iranian news agency ISNA yesterday quoted the interior minister as saying Iran had 220 pounds of enriched uranium in storage. Iran insisted until last year it had no enriched uranium at all.
But a short time later, another Iranian news agency, IRNA, quoted the interior ministry as saying he “did not say anything about enriched uranium.”
Analysts believe it would take 1,000 pounds to build a nuclear bomb.
Wednesday, June 06, 2007 10:12 PM
Iran caught ‘red-handed’ shipping arms to Taliban. Report says supplies will prolong insurgency efforts in Afghanistan.
Iran has been caught “red-handed” shipping arms, explosives and advanced roadside bombs to the Taliban in Afghanistan, according to a new report that concludes the operations undoubtedly will prolong the conflict there.
The report from ABC said the discovery reveals “a dramatic escalation of Iran’s proxy war against the United States and Great Britain.”
“It is inconceivable that it is anyone other than the Iranian government that’s doing it,” said former White House counterterrorism official Richard Clarke, now an ABC News consultant.
Sunday, April 29, 2007 8:27 PM
…that Iran is killing and wounding our soldiers. The Leftinistra doubt it. Need I say more?
Update 4/28 Noon: Thursday General Petraeus mentioned, in response to a reporter’s question, the detention of someone named Sheibani (see excerpt below). A little more digging reveals that “Sheibani” is likely Abu Mustafa al-Sheibani, the Iranian backed insurgent who first introduced EFPs into Iraq back in 2005. Time magazine once described Sheibani as the US military’s “nemesis”: