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Not looking good for the U.S.

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posted on Mar, 20 2006 @ 10:48 PM
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This time the Iranian president is asking for an apology from the west for accusing it to halt its nuclear weapons program. He stated he would do anything to resist pressure from foreign countries that try to stop its program........(what Bush trying to achieve)

Iranian president article



"Today they tell our nation that nuclear energy is a bad thing and it is not necessary for our people to have it. But the nation of Iran has stood (for its right)," he said in a televised speech to mark the Iranian New Year, which begins Tuesday. "Those who head war and crimes accused the Iranian nation of war seeking. They insulted our nation. I do advise them to apologize."




The Iranian president already has stated its program is for energy purposes. He seems pretty convinced too about not abandoning its program. I wonder what Bush's next step is going to be.






posted on Mar, 20 2006 @ 11:49 PM
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How is this "Not looking good for the U.S? The truth is that Tehran better get used to McDonalds and KFC on every corner.

Saying that nothing will prevent them from further nuke development in the face of world wide condemnation is insane.

They need us more then we need them. Shut off oil? Nope. Their economy would last weeks. They import 80% of their GASOLINE. Hello?

We need to protect ourselves and I mean the world needs to protect themselves from these putz's. Wipe Israel off the map? Generations of Iranians will have 4 heads from the radiation. The problem is that with no central control any nutjob Iranian general can decide he is speaking for Allah and launch. Nope... It ends now.





posted on Mar, 21 2006 @ 12:01 AM
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Just curious, but how does this equate to "not looking good for the U.S." as your headline states? Sounds to me like a misguided attempt by an Islamic radical leader to win the support of his people in Iran (which he doesn't have) by spewing the same old rehashed nationalist rhetoric that he is famous for. And if there is a ticking clock or countdown to a clash between the U.S. military and Iran, I would say that it's "not looking good" for the poor Iranian soldiers who have no idea what kind of hell and destruction is soon to be unleashed upon them as a result of their great leaders policies.


Ahmadinejad wants nuclear technology for energy purposes like Hitler wanted to develop the A bomb for use as a gardening tool. He already made a public statement calling for the complete obliteration of Israel, what more proof do you need? Are people really THAT gullible?



 
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