Now that the elections are over, the focus of attention is now turning toward Iran.
The President by election of a second term has been given the green light by the American people to proceed forward on the war on terror, and now the
spot light shines on Iran.
What you will see over the next several months will be damning evidence of Iran's Nuclear and Terrorist involvement setting the stage for a military
conflict in Iran.
It has been 25 years since the Iranians raided the US Embassy and took American hostage and killed several Marines.
Since 1979 Iran has taken the road of terror through religious fanaticism and has hidden behind the cloak of Islam to instill mass murder on a global
scale, and now I think its time for the Mullas in Iran to pay for the crimes against humanity of the past twenty five years.
So it has begun, the road to war in Iran is clearly underway and I say its about time! For the bombing deaths of Marines in Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and
the USS Kole just to name a few, it's pay back time and I will cheer the fall of these Bastards, it cant happen soon enough!
The Axis of Evil road runs through Bagdad, Tehran and Damascus and road construction is underway!
Secretary cites evidence of missile effort
Nov. 17, 2004
By Robin Wright and Keith B. Richburg, Washington Post
SANTIAGO, Chile - The United States has intelligence that Iran is working to adapt missiles to deliver a nuclear weapon, further evidence that the
Islamic republic is determined to acquire a nuclear bomb, Secretary of State Colin L. Powell said Wednesday.
Separately, an Iranian opposition exile group charged in Paris that Iran is enriching uranium at a secret military facility unknown to U.N. weapons
inspectors. Iran has denied seeking to build nuclear weapons.
"I have seen some information that would suggest that they have been actively working on delivery systems. . . . You don't have a weapon until you
put it in something that can deliver a weapon," Powell told reporters traveling with him to Chile for an Asia-Pacific economic summit. "I'm not
talking about uranium or fissile material or the warhead; I'm talking about what one does with a warhead."
Iran's New Alliance With China Could Cost U.S. Leverage.
Nov. 17, 2004
By Robin Wright
TEHRAN -- A major new alliance is emerging between Iran and China that threatens to undermine U.S. ability to pressure Tehran on its nuclear program,
support for extremist groups and refusal to back Arab-Israeli peace efforts.
The relationship has grown out of China's soaring energy needs -- crude oil imports surged nearly 40 percent in the first eight months of this year,
according to state media -- and Iran's growing appetite for consumer goods for a population that has doubled since the 1979 revolution, Iranian
officials and analysts say.
Iran Is Secretly Enriching Uranium, Group Says.
Nov. 17, 2004
By Louis Charbonneau
VIENNA, Nov 17 - Iran obtained weapons-grade uranium and a nuclear bomb design from a Pakistani scientist who has admitted to selling nuclear secrets
abroad, an exiled Iranian opposition group said on Wednesday.
The group, which has given accurate information before, also said Iran is secretly enriching uranium at a military site previously unknown to the
United Nations, despite promising France, Britain and Germany that it would halt all such work.
"(Abdul Qadeer) Khan gave Iran a quantity of HEU (highly enriched uranium) in 2001, so they already have some," Farid Soleiman, a senior spokesman
for the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), told reporters.
Iran denies running secret nuclear site.
TEHRAN (AFP) Nov 18, 2004
Iran on Thursday angrily denied allegations by an exiled opposition group that it was running a secret nuclear bomb facility near Tehran, and
indicated that UN inspectors would be allowed to visit the site.
"I totally deny these allegations. This site is not a nuclear site and has nothing to do with our nuclear activities. Iran has no undeclared nuclear
activities," top diplomat and nuclear negotiator Hossein Moussavian told AFP.
An Iranian opposition group, the National Council for Resistance in Iran, alleged this week that Iran is hiding a uranium enrichment facility near
Tehran and aims to get the atomic bomb next year.