by Fred

Should the outline of the draft sanction resolution proposed by the sane world against IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic for its illegal weaponized nuke program turns out to be as reported by the New York Times, then the sane world must have chosen the containment over the prevention policy.

In other words, those so enamored with the idea of the Islamist Rapists having nuke will soon have their wish come through.

That is if the Israelis who with lots of valid reasons feel threatened by a nuke packing IRR do not short-circuit their nuke acquisition process and/or the fed up Iranian people do not get rid of their Messianic Islamist Rapist oppressors first.

            What the sane world is proposing by the time it is watered down by the Russians and   Chinese will amount to lots of huffing and puffing and not much more. There is no wonder both China and Russia have been repeatedly targeted by the Iranian people in their slogans, they know who their oppressor’s daddies are.

There is still a window of opportunity left for the sane world to unilaterally impose airtight sanctions on IRR.  And at the same time like they did with the Poles and others help with material and moral support so the fed up enslaved Iranian people can overthrow their Islamist masters and in the process give the Middle East peace process a fighting chance to succeed. Time is up.



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i''m with Fred ...I too am itching for war

by yahoo_yabo on

Yes, I want another war between Israel and Lebanon because I actually have the feeling that it would be the final chapter in Israel's existence

I think overall too that many European countries and the US despite their public statements are beginning to realize that the founding of Israel has actually caused their interests more harm than good. 

I think they too would rather see Israel finished off so that they can actually develop their new vision and plan for the Middle East. 

They are now finding out that all their plans for the New Middle East gets thwarted everytime Israel decides to build settlements, start archeological excavation..etc       They just can't have a group of Israeli politicians determine through their local actions the reshaping of the New Middle East plan. 

US & Europeans realize now that either Israel should withdraw back to 67 borders or totally cease to exist.  They figure they need to actually get Arab Street backing for their projects to work.  That is impossible with the current Israel entity with its current borders and policies.

The US & Israel will offer public support for Israel but will trap it into a war, provide non tactical weapons and see as Israel is defeated and as it backs away to its true role- being subserveint to US and Euro plans.

The Dubai - Mossad case regarding killing of Hamas operative was not completely the work of Dubai's police- they were tipped off by a European agency.


i have a crush... Einstein didnt invent the nuclear stuff

by yahoo_yabo on

Please go and do a brief search and read up on it in Wikipedia. thanks



I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

really LOL

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

did he actually call you that captain?


Usual Lovlies... !

by capt_ayhab on

Actually I am faltered Fred. Been a while since I was called that...........

Sincerely yours

The Old Turk Fart is Blushing


I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

The usual lovelies?? We're the only people who bother with you

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

Fred, you should appreciate us more. We take the time to respond to your recycled blogs. Instead of "usual lovelies," I suggest "only readers," those whom I must thank for making me popular and read at all. 

Kisses and hugs,



Freddy!? blood and guts?

by capt_ayhab on




The lovelies

by Fred on

The usual lovelies are at it again. Keep up the good work.



by capt_ayhab on

An honest suggestion, 

This is getting pretty tired and zzZZZZZZzzzzzing. 

Not that you do not have the right to state your STATE of mind, but please bear in mind that not everyone in this site is a devout slave to the Fauxasionalism.

A little change of pace is suggested.

Best of luck in your endeavor....... It has been a hard economic times and no one blames you for trying to take home a slab of bacon.[WINK]




Amir aghaye gool:

by Bavafa on

No disagreement about the nature of IRI or what they have brought to Iran. But a war carried out by an outside force specially by such morally bankrupted regime such as Israel is not the answer for Iran and Iranians. The only thing that Israel interference will do is to unite people and extend the rain of IRI. People hate IRI but what they hate much more is an attack on their home land by any outside force specially the Zionist regime.

It is Iranians job and responsibility to change their own regime, only then they will be free and independent.

As for Fred goes, he surely is not a problem… just lost. He is way too insignificant to matter.


I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

Fred is basically Baghdad Bob

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

In full denial! They guy who invented the nuclear stuff you don't want Iran to have, Einstein, said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.


Bavafa: A perfect description of Iran from 1979 to present

by AMIR1973 on

Agha-yeh Mehrdad khan-e bavafa-yeh gol,

"War and misery for Iran and Iranians" -- that sums up very nicely the past 31 years in Iran. The IRI means war. The IRI means misery -- levels of war, misery, violence, repression, killing, and barbarity unparalleled in modern Iranian history. This is the very essence of the IRI. The only solution, the ONLY solution is regime change. Full stop. The IRI is unreformable and unredeemable. Fred, with whom I have had some of my own disagreements, is not the problem. The IRI, and its loathsome gang of groupies, both armed and unarmed, are Iran's Number One problem.

Best regards


There is one thing and one thing olny Fred wants;

by Bavafa on

War and misery for Iran and Iranians.

Now one wonders, what sort of a person will wish such thing on his home land?  Oops, I forgot Iran is not his home land any more



Hillary Strikes Out in Brazil:

by vildemose on


Brazil’s rejection of Secretary Clinton’s exhortations to support new sanctions against Iran are focusing media attention on a bigger issue that we have been identifying for some time—namely, that the Obama Administration will not be able to marshal the symbolically useful image of a unanimous Security Council endorsing further sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran (something which the George W. Bush Administration was effectively able to stage for the first three sanctions resolutions).  While, in the end, the Obama Administration will probably be able to muster the minimum nine affirmative votes in the Council to pass a new sanctions resolution, the Council will be deeply divided on the issue, with major powers in the developing world refusing to support further sanctions, and either voting “no” or abstaining.


Fred, you might want to

by vildemose on

Fred, you might want to join their discussion:

Darius Kadivar

Blame it on Rio ...

by Darius Kadivar on

The Sanctions won't work because there are too many deals being cut behind the curtain by third parties ( China, Brazil, Syria to name a few). Enough to guarantee the IRI a comfortable alternative to the sanctions :

Brazil rebuffs US pressure for Iran sanctions (bbc)


Fred: With all due respect,

by vildemose on

Fred: With all due respect, the game is over. You need to read

George Friedman On a Grand Bargain

Stratfor’s George Friedman, recognizing that neither sanctions nor a military strike will produce enduring, strategically significant outcomes for the United States, considers whether there is a third option..

Thinking About the Unthinkable: A U.S.-Iranian Deal


Mardom Mazloom

Mein Früd,

by Mardom Mazloom on

بیا اینو بخون یک چیزی یاد بگیری :

از دکتر حسین باقرزاده

عمال تحریم علیه ایران واکنش‌های مختلفی در بین گروه‌ها و فعالان سیاسی ایران به وجود آورده است. بخش زیادی از اینان به درستی بر آثار فلج کننده تحریم‌های اقتصادی بر زندگی روزمره مردم و به خصوص قشرهای تهی‌دست جامعه انگشت گذاشته‌اند و با آن مخالفت می‌کنند. علاوه بر این، گروهی برآنند که تحریم‌های اقتصادی زمینه بهره‌گیری انحصارهای اقتصادی را که در اختیار نهادهای وابسته به دولت و سپاه پاسداران است فراهم می‌کند و عملا به تقویت موقعیت این نهادها، و در نتیجه، حکومت می‌انجامد. بسیاری نیز بر نوعی از تحریم‌های «هوشمند» که منافع سیاسی و اقتصادی مقامات رژیم، و نه مردم، را هدف قرار می‌دهد به عنوان بدیل تحریم‌های اقتصادی تأکید می‌کنند و آن را مورد تأیید قرار می‌دهند. به عقیده اینان، این نوع از تحریم‌ها می‌تواند در تضعیف قدرت مقامات رژیم مؤثر باشد و به جنبش دموکراسی‌خواهی ایران (جنبش سبز) کمک برساند. ولی آیا می‌توان از تحریم بین‌المللی در شکلی از آن دفاع کرد و آن را به نفع جنبش سبز ارزیابی نمود؟

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