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    Time for sanctions is now!

    Now is the time for sanctions

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    Iran continues to buy time through its efforts to fend off international pressure to stop its nuclear program. This week, it camouflaged its refusal to cease uranium enrichment in a detailed offer for "dialogue." This was its response to an incentives package offered by Britain, France and Germany, with the support of Russia, China and the United States, in return for a freeze on its nuclear program. Next Thursday, the deadline set by the UN Security Council for a cessation of enrichment will expire, but Tehran is behaving as if it is not concerned.

    Iran is taking advantage of the weakness of America, which wants to enforce the Security Council decision through sanctions. Iran's rulers rely on the steadfast opposition of Russia and China to any such measures, as well as on the difficulty the U.S. is experiencing in convincing its European allies that the time has come to demonstrate determination in deeds, and not just in words. The result is that uranium enrichment is continuing and Iran is moving closer to the time when it will have completed the research, development and experimentation stages and be able to operate its nuclear facilities at full capacity.

    The Iranian nuclear project poses a challenge of the first rank to the international community: Does it have the ability to deter a determined, extremist state that calls for Israel's destruction from acquiring nuclear weapons, or will it make do with declarations and in the end accept a nuclear armed Iran? The answer will be crucial to preserving both the international and the regional order: If Iran continues to scoff at the international community and avoids punishment, it will thereby prove that the great powers are paper tigers, be able to claim a leading status in the Middle East and pose an existential threat to Israel.

    The August 31 deadline set by the Security Council is the right time to tell the Iranian leadership to stop, in no uncertain terms, and to present it with a convincing set of sanctions before it is too late.

    The difficulties experienced by the UN in implementing Resolution 1701 and enlisting sufficient troops for an expanded international force in Lebanon raise serious doubts about the international community's determination to counter the threats posed by extremists elements in the Middle East. It is obviously a lot easier to make enthusiastic speeches at the UN, or to formulate detailed resolutions, than to deploy troops to an area where Hezbollah operates. But powers who would like to be world leaders and play a regional role, like France and Germany, must demonstrate their seriousness in deeds as well. Weakness and hesitation in implementing the cease-fire in Lebanon will be viewed by Iran as yet another sign of weakness on the part of the international community in the face of its nuclear challenge.
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    RECYCLED SEWAGE FROM ISRAEL'S PROPOGANDA MACHINE

    Haaretz Daily Newspaper Israel, Israeli News Source
    http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/754725.html

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haaretz

    Your clip and paste loses all credibility by your refusal to acknowledge the source. Not that it would have much anyway but the tactic is disingenuous and deceptive.
    Note who ever wrote this crap did not even bother to put their name to it.
    If the Israeli’s want to cross swords with Iran and by doing so engage Russia in the Middle East let them go it alone.

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    The Pentagon's "Second 911"


    "Another [9/11] attack could create both a justification and an opportunity to retaliate against some known targets"

    By Michel Chossudovsky
    One essential feature of "defense" in the case of a second major attack on America, is "offense", according to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff: "Homeland security is one piece of a broader strategy [which] brings the battle to the enemy."(DHS, Transcript of complete March 2005 speech of Secr. Michael Chertoff)

    In the month following last year's 7/7 London bombings, Vice President Dick Cheney is reported to have instructed USSTRATCOM to draw up a contingency plan "to be employed in response to another 9/11-type terrorist attack on the United States". Implied in the contingency plan is the certainty that Iran would be behind a Second 9/11.

    This "contingency plan" uses the pretext of a "Second 9/11", which has not yet happened, to prepare for a major military operation against Iran, while pressure was also exerted on Tehran in relation to its (non-existent) nuclear weapons program.

    What is diabolical in this decision of the US Vice President is that the justification presented by Cheney to wage war on Iran rests on Iran's involvement in a hypothetical terrorist attack on America, which has not yet occurred:

    The plan includes a large-scale air assault on Iran employing both conventional and tactical nuclear weapons. Within Iran there are more than 450 major strategic targets, including numerous suspected nuclear-weapons-program development sites. Many of the targets are hardened or are deep underground and could not be taken out by conventional weapons, hence the nuclear option. As in the case of Iraq, the response is not conditional on Iran actually being involved in the act of terrorism directed against the United States. Several senior Air Force officers involved in the planning are reportedly appalled at the implications of what they are doing—that Iran is being set up for an unprovoked nuclear attack—but no one is prepared to damage his career by posing any objections. (Philip Giraldi, Attack on Iran: Pre-emptive Nuclear War , The American Conservative, 2 August 2005)

    Are we to understand that US, British and Israeli military planners are waiting in limbo for a Second 9/11, to extend the war beyond the borders of Lebanon, to launch a military operation directed against Syria and Iran?

    Cheney's proposed "contingency plan" did not focus on preventing a Second 9/11. The Cheney plan is predicated on the presumption that Iran would be behind a Second 9/11 and that punitive bombings could immediately be activated, prior to the conduct of an investigation, much in the same way as the attacks on Afghanistan in October 2001, allegedly in retribution for the alleged support of the Taliban government to the 9/11 terrorists. It is worth noting that one does not plan a war in three weeks: the bombing and invasion of Afghanistan had been planned well in advance of 9/11. As Michael Keefer points out in an incisive review article:

    "At a deeper level, it implies that “9/11-type terrorist attacks” are recognized in Cheney’s office and the Pentagon as appropriate means of legitimizing wars of aggression against any country selected for that treatment by the regime and its corporate propaganda-amplification system.... (Keefer, February 2006 )

    In a timely statement, barely a few days following the onslaught of the bombing of Lebanon, Vice President Cheney reiterated his warning: "The enemy that struck on 9/11 is fractured and weakened, yet still lethal, still determined to hit us again" (Waterloo Courier, Iowa, 19 July 2006, italics added).

    "Justification and Opportunity to Retaliate against ...the State Sponsors [of Terrorism]"

    In April 2006, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld launched a far-reaching military plan to fight terrorism around the World, with a view to retaliating in the case of a second major terrorist attack on America.

    "Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld has approved the military's most ambitious plan yet to fight terrorism around the world and retaliate more rapidly and decisively in the case of another major terrorist attack on the United States, according to defense officials.

    The long-awaited campaign plan for the global war on terrorism, as well as two subordinate plans also approved within the past month by Rumsfeld, are considered the Pentagon's highest priority, according to officials familiar with the three documents who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak about them publicly.

    Details of the plans are secret, but in general they envision a significantly expanded role for the military -- and, in particular, a growing force of elite Special Operations troops -- in continuous operations to combat terrorism outside of war zones such as Iraq and Afghanistan. Developed over about three years by the Special Operations Command (SOCOM) in Tampa, the plans reflect a beefing up of the Pentagon's involvement in domains traditionally handled by the Central Intelligence Agency and the State Department. (Washington Post, 23 April 2006)

    This plan is predicated on the possibility of a Second 911 and the need to retaliate if and when the US is attacked:

    "A third plan sets out how the military can both disrupt and respond to another major terrorist strike on the United States. It includes lengthy annexes that offer a menu of options for the military to retaliate quickly against specific terrorist groups, individuals or state sponsors depending on who is believed to be behind an attack. Another attack could create both a justification and an opportunity that is lacking today to retaliate against some known targets, according to current and former defense officials familiar with the plan.

    This plan details "what terrorists or bad guys we would hit if the gloves came off. The gloves are not off," said one official, who asked not to be identified because of the sensitivity of the subject. (italics added, WP 23 April 2006)

    The presumption of this military document, is that a Second 911 attack "which is lacking today" would usefully create both a "justification and an opportunity" to wage war on "some known targets [Iran and Syria]".

    The announcement on August 10 by the British Home Office of a foiled large scale terror attack to simultaneously blow up as many as ten airplanes, conveys the impression that it is the Western World rather than the Middle East which is under attack.

    Realities are twisted upside down. The disinformation campaign has gone into full gear. The British and US media are increasingly pointing towards "preemptive war" as an act of "self defense" against Al Qaeda and the State sponsors of terrorism, who are allegedly preparing a Second 911. The underlying objective, through fear and intimidation, is ultimately to build public acceptance for the next stage of the Middle East "war on terrorism" which is directed against Syria and Iran.
    © Copyright Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, 2006

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.p...articleId=2942

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    The Israeli’s want you to believe this is a simple issue it is not.
    Iran has the right to produce energy with nuclear power no different than other radical Muslim nations Bush has chosen to ignore, Pakistan for one.


    Bully role won't work with Iran
    By ANNE GEARAN
    Aug 26, 2006, 06:07

    The Bush administration may be on the verge of getting what it has long sought: United Nations sanctions on a defiant Iran over its accelerated nuclear program. That may not be much of a victory.
    http://www.capitolhillblue.com/artma...cle_9449.shtml

    U.S. May Curb Iran
    If the U.N. Security Council won't penalize Tehran for its nuclear program, the White House may forge an alliance to do so.

    By Maggie Farley, Times Staff Writer
    August 26, 2006

    UNITED NATIONS — With increasing signs that several fellow Security Council members may stall a United States push to penalize Iran for its nuclear enrichment program, Bush administration officials have indicated that they are prepared to form an independent coalition to freeze Iranian assets and restrict trade.
    http://www.latimes.com/news/nationwo...home-headlines

    Iran opens nuclear reactor, defying U.N.

    By ALI AKBAR DAREINI, Associated Press Writer
    Sat Aug 26, 7:20 PM ET

    KHONDAB, Iran -
    Iran's hard-line president on Saturday inaugurated a heavy-water production plant, a facility the West fears will be used to develop a nuclear bomb, as Tehran remained defiant ahead of a U.N. deadline that could lead to sanctions.
    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060826/...a/iran_nuclear

    US vs. Iran: Is an attack inevitable?

    Posted: 27-08-2006 , 14:38 GMT
    By Dr. Abbas Bakhtiar



    “Naturally, the common people don't want war ... but after all it is the leaders of a country who determine the policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is to tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in every country.” (Hermann Goering)



    Once again we are being prepared for another devastating war in the Middle East. A terrorist group is “allegedly” discovered planning to blow-up 6 aircraft in UK [ ]. Another group is “discovered” in Germany planning to blow-up a train [ ]. Then UK warns whole Europe about the threat of terrorism [ ]. Then there are “loud” accusations that Iran has been trying to buy Uranium from Congo [ ] followed by a small retraction [ ] [ ]. Then there is the release of the 9/11 sound tapes of the fire-fighters along with the release of the emotional movie “9/11”. And finally we have the President of the United States warning us about the threat of Islamo-Fascism.



    We are constantly reminded that our very lives are in danger. If it is not the threat of poison gas, anthrax, conventional explosives, dirty radiation bombs then it is some unexplained clear liquid. The favourite target is of course aircrafts, or was it trains, or may be it was ships, or was it tunnels? There is no end to the methods that the terrorists use and places that they could kill us in (read “The Great Deception”). And despite all the wars and billions and billions of dollars that governments are pouring into this war on terror, it seems that we are no safer now than we were in 2001. And every so often Mr. Bin Laden or his lieutenants come on TV to tell us that they are still in Afghanistan. How on earth Mr. Bin Laden, that needs dialysis machine to stay alive, has managed to hide for three years in Afghanistan is beyond me. He must be a very clever man indeed.
    http://www.albawaba.com/en/countries/Egypt/202396
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    PSB, Have you not given any consideration to what Iran could do with this technology?
    Iran is now admitting to funding and arming hezbollah. They have given weapons to this terrorist group, and if Iran had nukes, what is to keep them from arming hezbollah with them? If hezbollah ever launched nukes against Israel from Lebanon, Israel would no doubt respond in kind, sparking a nuclear war.

    I guess your idea of dealing with this is to do nothing. And that is a by far worse scenario than sanctions.


    United Press International

    Iran and Syria are working to replenish weaponry and funding for Hezbollah militants in Lebanon, a London Arabic newspaper reported Monday.

    The daily al-Sharq al-Awast quoted a senior officer of the Revolutionary Guard in Tehran saying huge quantities of weapons reached Damascus during the last three weeks and are waiting to be transferred to Lebanon.

    A spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry, Hamid Reza Asafi, confirmed Sunday "the government is learning the need for aid and ways to transfer it to Lebanon."

    Ynetnews also quoted sources from the office of spiritual leader Ali Khamenei, who reportedly ordered the Iranian government to send $150 million in financial aid to Hezbollah.

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    Why we must stop Iran

    The cost of allowing Tehran to go nuclear is far greater than the price of prevention, writes Colin Rubenstein.

    The Age - March 22, 2006

    UNITED States senator and former presidential candidate John McCain said recently: "There is only one thing worse than the US exercising a military option (against Iran), and that is a nuclear-armed Iran."

    McCain is quite correct. A military attack on Iranian nuclear installations could have some very bad consequences — in terms of international terror, oil prices and hopes to reform the corrupt and undemocratic regimes of the Middle East. But allowing Iran to defy the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which it signed, and build nuclear weapons would be catastrophic.

    Some commentators are now trying to argue that a nuclear Iran, if not desirable, is not such a big deal, and we should just learn to accept it. They argue that, like any other state, Iran can be deterred from using any such capability, and anyway, other regional players, such as India and Pakistan, have been allowed to develop nuclear weapons.

    There are several reasons to reject these arguments. For starters, it is not at all clear that deterrence will work with Iran. The regime is run by mullahs who are motivated primarily by an extremist religious worldview. And Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has shown signs that he believes it is his destiny to bring about a final battle between his version of Islam and the West, which will usher in the messianic era. Moreover, Ahmadinejad has called for Israel to be destroyed and denied the Holocaust, views that Iranian Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has also echoed. Ahmadinejad has suggested that a nuclear exchange with Israel would be worth it, even if millions died, provided it wiped out the Jewish state.

    There is good reason to accept the US State Department view that Iran remains the world's number one sponsor of terrorism. The regime is harbouring al-Qaeda elements, it promotes Hezbollah's global terror network, it foments violence in Iraq, and it pulls the strings of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, the primary perpetrator of suicide bombings in Israel over the past year. If Iran had nuclear weapons, the regime could conceivably give them to terrorists to use, believing they could not be traced back to Iran. Or rogue elements, such as the increasingly powerful and radical Revolutionary Guards, might see to it that their favourite terror groups had access to nuclear weapons.

    Moreover, even if Iran gained nuclear weapons and was deterred from using or proliferating them, the consequences would still be dire. The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, abused by first North Korea and then Iran to illegally develop nuclear weapons, would be as dead as a doornail. A chain of proliferation to states such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria and the central Asian republics would probably follow, creating an arc of nuclear weapons states in the world's most unstable region. And an emboldened Iranian regime, safe from any military consequences behind their own nuclear deterrent shield, would probably vastly increase its support for terrorist groups and attempts to destabilise neighbouring regimes.

    Fortunately, we are not quite yet at the point where the only possible alternative to Iranian nuclear weapons is military force. Despite the recent boasting of Iranian leaders that the world needs them more than they need the world, there are ways that sanctions can significantly harm the Iranian regime, provided they are genuinely observed.

    First, despite being awash in oil and natural gas, Iran imports almost a third of its refined oil products, including petrol, because of its limited refining capabilities. Second, Iran's oil industry is in poor shape, and dependent on maintenance from outside companies.

    Sanctions on Iran's refined petroleum imports or oil industry maintenance and equipment could bring about a change in one of two ways. It may prompt the majority of Iranians, who clearly oppose the theocratic regime, to finally find a way to change it. Or, if that does not happen, discontent and declining oil revenues may allow elements in the regime opposed to the populist ultra-radical Ahmadinejad to convince the clerical powerbrokers to withdraw their support for his confrontational policies.

    Despite the regime's public bravado, on show again with threats from Ahmadinejad this week, there are signs that some in Iran are starting to realise their vulnerability. Iran has, since 1979, always rejected direct public talks with the US "Great Satan", but last weekend accepted a month-old US offer of talks on Iraq.

    The only way to avoid the choice between bad and worse posed by McCain is to mount effective action to pressure Iran in the UN Security Council as quickly as possible. The Australian Government is already expressing the right sentiments in this regard, but should be using whatever diplomatic levers are at its disposal to make sure this happens. Above all, this means using some of the capital that we have carefully built up with China over recent years to persuade Beijing to agree to real and effective sanctions on

    Iran if it does not reverse course and start co-operating fully with the International Atomic Energy Agency, and agree to forswear enriching uranium in Iran, which would make producing weapons very easy.

    Iran is a major oil supplier for China, which also hopes to sign significant contracts with the Iranian oil industry and, for this reason, has been resisting any talk of sanctions against Iran. But it is not in China's interest either to have a nuclear Iran, with the chain of proliferation it would likely bring among China's neighbours, nor an oil crisis. Australia needs to do everything it can to remind China of this disturbing scenario.

    There is no hope that further diplomacy will in itself budge Tehran — that has been made amply clear. There now must be serious UN sanctions on Iran, or within a period of no more than a year or two we are very likely to face the stark choice posed by McCain.

    Dr Colin Rubenstein is executive director of the Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council. He taught Middle East politics at Monash University.

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    i for 1 just wish you'd get rid of that cross avatar!?it's a disgrace to GRACE!?not IT!?......YOU!!(PHONY!?)hehe!!trust god or die!?aint that the WHOLE of the MESSAGE being carried out today!?(PICK A SIDE!?)just askin....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinnly Slash Buster
    RECYCLED SEWAGE FROM ISRAEL'S PROPOGANDA MACHINE

    Haaretz Daily Newspaper Israel, Israeli News Source
    http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/754725.html

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haaretz

    Your clip and paste loses all credibility by your refusal to acknowledge the source. Not that it would have much anyway but the tactic is disingenuous and deceptive.
    Note who ever wrote this crap did not even bother to put their name to it.
    If the Israeli’s want to cross swords with Iran and by doing so engage Russia in the Middle East let them go it alone.
    im not sure i understand what the need here is for a source, or why you went searching for one. he is not trying to state facts and figures or attribute remarks to politicians, he is just posting an article.

    he can say what he wants, and it does show that it is an editorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lexx
    i for 1 just wish you'd get rid of that cross avatar!?it's a disgrace to GRACE!?not IT!?......YOU!!(PHONY!?)hehe!!trust god or die!?aint that the WHOLE of the MESSAGE being carried out today!?(PICK A SIDE!?)just askin....
    Sorry for the lack of response, I havent been able to come back to view responses.

    I wont get rid of the avatar because I am a Christian and proud to be one. As far as me being phony, if thats what you wish to believe than feel free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gools68
    Sorry for the lack of response, I havent been able to come back to view responses.

    I wont get rid of the avatar because I am a Christian and proud to be one. As far as me being phony, if thats what you wish to believe than feel free.
    so we all can see you OPENLY add PRIDE to your blasphemies!?i mean, if pride cometh before the fall!?....but i guess we can EXCUSE your ignorance like we EXCUSE!?the ignorance of our FEARLESS LEADER!?cant read!?dont read!?hehe!!just askin....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lexx
    so we all can see you OPENLY add PRIDE to your blasphemies!?i mean, if pride cometh before the fall!?....but i guess we can EXCUSE your ignorance like we EXCUSE!?the ignorance of our FEARLESS LEADER!?cant read!?dont read!?hehe!!just askin....
    Whats the point? Im sick of responding to you and your weak insults. Ive even tried being nice, and that doesnt work. So its pointless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gools68
    Whats the point? Im sick of responding to you and your weak insults. Ive even tried being nice, and that doesnt work. So its pointless.

    SO!!you admit I'M right!?hehe!!because you are SICK!?now god does NOT make anyone SICK does he!?at least the TRUE god would not!?unless......(TRY READING THE WORD)and then we have to consider,if i am weak,why does that make you SICK!?hehe!!just askin.....ARE YOU!!......and,....i'm really a p u s s ycat,once ya get with jesus!?hehe!!..on with the SHOW!?
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