Tony Blair’s way

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Fred
by Fred
08-Sep-2010
 

Another year, another International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report declaring it cannot certify IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic’s vast, illegal, mostly subterranean and for years clandestine nuke program is all for peaceful intentions.

But unlike past reports, this year’s has specially alarmed even those “experts” who were always too ready to buy the Islamist Rapists and their nuke lobbyists’ line that there is no cause for concern.

Before he was expelled by IRR, Jon Leyne of BBC was stationed in Iran for some time and is one of the few reporters who has been following the nuke case closely and has always erred on the side of caution, he now reports:

“Until recently Iran was only enriching uranium to around 3.5%. To make a nuclear bomb this would need to be further enriched to around 95% purity. That process would take at least a year, and it would be difficult to do it in secret, unless Iran took the radical step of expelling the UN inspectors. That, the theory goes, would give the world a clear warning sign, time to rally an international coalition to take action.

But Iran has now produced 22kgs of uranium enriched to 20%.

And by producing this higher grade of uranium, Iran is also reducing the time it would take to enrich it to weapons grade, perhaps down to just a matter of months.”

Things are coming down to the wire, to avoid catastrophe the sane world must airtight the sanctions and help Iranian people with needed material to overthrow IRR.

Failing to do that, the next option would be what the former British PM, Tony Blair is talking about. That is if all fail then using military might to stop the Islamist Rapists’ acquisition of nuke will become a necessity.  

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-11223683

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bushtheliberator

dear Freddy :: did you notice Hillary Clinton's cheeks turn red

by bushtheliberator on

 It can be so embarrassing for a politician when the truth leaks past their lips ;; note Hillary's red cheeks when she was caught useing the verb, "contain" in the context of Iran's nukes> The dear girl accidentally revealed the phoney bluffing of "all options are on the table",  The most likely US policy toward a nuclear Iran will be

" Containment ", and will NOT be US,&/or Israeli military action.


Roozbeh_Gilani

I certainly hope the "use of military might" would not be

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

necessary. Because the real victims would be civilans, not the islamist regime's leadership who'd be fleeing to Syria in their money laden planes, or joining their fan club in Toronto, London and LA before the missiles even land. Yea, a few thousand bassijis who'd not manage to escape abroad or change their uniforms into chadors in time will be also massacred, but who cares about these vermins  anyway?


Fred

Shepesh logic

by Fred on

I wonder before leaving such irrelevant comment you bothered to read the blog.

If you did read it and still felt its content justified the way you’ve commented, then more power to you and your powerful logic.


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Mardom Mazloom

Fredopathy

by Mardom Mazloom on

I bet that by the end of this year, Fred jan will transmit his disease to every IC members and we'll all end up by writing like him, something of the kind:

"THE sane world must help Iranians to overthrow IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, before it's too late. Time is to action. For God's sake put some airtight sanctions on Iranians."


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

you are right Fred, excellent Fred, go Fred go!

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

is that all you know Maryam? You think that makes Fred's arguments any more valid?

This is what airtight sanctions will give you:

 

  • Invisible War: How Thirteen Years of US-Imposed Economic Sanctions Devastated Iraq Before the 2003 Invasion

http://www.democracynow.org/2010/9/1/invisible_war...

  • Sixty Years of Failed North Korea Sanctions

http://original.antiwar.com/christine-ahn/2010/08/...

 

All you have to do is replace the countries in question with Iran and you will see how they are eerily similar cases.But of course, this does not concern you Maryam, nor does it concern Fred. You are not the ones paying the price for the sanctions. Great Iranian patriots you are!

 

PS. Maryam, in your bio you say that you are an Iranian American scientist. Well, I hope you use your scientific reasoning to deduct that these sanctions will a)not work b) further impoverish the Iranians we are trying to help. 

 

PSS. Fred, I love how you hid your previous blog from frontpage Fred. Hardly any good responses to my points raised in there.


Maryam Hojjat

YOU are Right, Fred

by Maryam Hojjat on

The sane world must help Iranians to overthrow this barbaric anti-Iranian regime as soon as possible before it is too late. 


Q

"airtight sanctions", LOL!

by Q on

Dear FredCo,

Have you tried alerting the authorities in your own country about "airtight sanctions" ?
http://iranian.com/main/news/2010/09/07/israel...

Or are you just trying to make them more money by lowering the price of their imports from iran, for example in the Pistacio trade?
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/babylonbeyond/2009...

Coming, of course, at the expense of Iranians whose lives you have no qualms playing with:
http://iranian.com/main/news/2010/09/06/s-f-sh...

Funny world isn't it? So where's your beloved AIPAC on this issue? Don't answer. (it's rhetorical).