The military option

Fred
by Fred
17-Feb-2010
 

It seems the sane world is gelling around the idea that rather than being appeased the Islamist Rapist Republic, IRR has got to be confronted.

If so, lets hope before having to endure the devastation of an unleashed military might of the sane world they also give the fed up Iranians a chance to overthrow their Islamist nemesis.

Despite all the bravado coming out of the Islamist Rapists and their overseas individual and collective lobbies promising doom and gloom the regime is at its most vulnerable point.

The enslaved Iranian people would finish them off provided the announcement of:

1- A clear and openly stated policy of regime change by the world’s Democracy Central, DC for short.

2- A clear and openly stated policy by DC guaranteeing Iranian territorial integrity.

3- A clear and openly stated policy by DC refusing to cut any deal with any of the functionaries of the IRR, past or present.

4- A clear and openly stated policy by DC to unremittingly help Iranians with moral and material support to overthrow their Islamist slave masters.

5- A clear and openly stated policy of comprehensive airtight sanctions regime aimed at the Islamist Rapists’ jugular, oil revenue.

The weaponized nuke program running, long-range ballistic missile firing, foreign terrorist proxies creating/supporting, Iranian men, women and children raping, maiming, murdering Islamist Rapists with worldly ambitions have got to be dealt with NOW. Time is of the essence.

 http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/17/world/middleeast/17diplo.html?scp=4&sq=iran&st=cse

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