Monday, January 16, 2006

Iranian defiance----I think it's great

Persian soccer fans
From The Guardian of London:

Iran stepped up its defiance of international pressure over its nuclear programme yesterday by warning of soaring oil prices if it is subjected to economic sanctions. As diplomats from the US, Europe, Russia, and China prepared to meet today in London to discuss referring Tehran to the UN security council, Iran's economy minister, Davoud Danesh-Jafari, said the country's position as the world's fourth-largest oil producer meant such action would have grave consequences.

"Any possible sanctions from the west could possibly, by disturbing Iran's political and economic situation, raise oil prices beyond levels the west expects," he told Iranian state radio.

I love this stance by an ancient and populous civilization that can respond to the U.S. federal government's bullying tactics with real power. What does the U.S. gummit propose to attack them with, a Chinese credit card? The American Imperium is crumbling fast and it will fall all that much faster with a real live Iranian oil embargo, with maybe Hugo Chavez and Venezuela joining in for the extra special pleasure of watching the strangling economic torment brought on by the rash and reckless gangsters in DC. I say bring it on.

Why should I feel less safe because Iran has nukes? Should I feel any measure of comfort in knowing that Israel and the U.S. do? What about India and Russia? North Korea? France? It ain't none o' my business.

Has anyone noticed that the United States never attacks countries with nuclear weapons? After witnessing firsthand the death and destruction which it has rained down upon its neighbors, Iraq and Afghanistan, I am not surprised that the Persian Empire wants a nuclear bomb of their own, with which to protect its citizens from the willful spite of the Infidel. I hope they get their bombs and soon. The sooner the better! Nuclear weapons in Persian hands are a definite plus for world peace. Take it to the bank dudes.

I say Mexico could use one or two ICBMs as well. Maybe from a French flea market.

The judge, he holds a grudge,
He's gonna call on you.
But he's badly built
And he walks on stilts,
Watch out he don't fall on you.

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