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Monday, December 05, 2005

Thoughts: Time to stop Iran

Country that are ruled by tyrants should not be allowed to develop nukes. There is no logical reason why any country could support a nation like Iran. Iran is believed to being very close to having nuclear capabilities.

IAEA chairman Muhammad ElBaradei on Monday confirmed Israel's assessment that Iran is only a few months away from creating an atomic bomb.

If Teheran indeed resumed its uranium enrichment in other plants, as threatened, it will take it only "a few months" to produce a nuclear bomb, El-Baradei told The Independent.

On the other hand, he warned, any attempt to resolve the crisis by non-diplomatic means would "open a Pandora's box. There would be efforts to isolate Iran; Iran would retaliate; and at the end of the day you have to go back to the negotiating table to find the solution."

If we don't stop them someone has to. And that someone is Benjamin Netanyahu.

Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in remarks published Monday that he would support a pre-emptive strike against Iran's nuclear program. Netanyahu's comments, made in the heat of a campaign for leadership of the hardline Likud Party, drew criticism from rivals, who accused him of playing politics with the country's security. Iranian leaders brushed off the threat, warning that an attack "will have a lot of consequences."

Israeli leaders have long identified Iran as the nation's biggest threat. Israel accuses Tehran of supporting Palestinian militant groups and rejects Iran's claim that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said in October that Israel must be "wiped off the map."

Iran's announcement Monday that it plans to build a second nuclear power plant _ along with a deadly suicide bombing the same day by the Iranian-backed Islamic Jihad group in the central town of Netanya _ is likely to heighten Israel's concerns.

While Prime Minister Ariel Sharon says the world cannot accept a nuclear Iran, he contends that diplomacy remains the first line of defense. He has not said what should be done if diplomacy fails.

Netanyahu gets it while Ariel Sharon doesn't. You can't negociate with terrorist thugs. The only thing they respond to is violence. A show of force is the only thing that will stop these savages. Please Mr. Iran, please don't make nukes. That just isn't going to cut it.

Israel in the past bombed countries around them who are trying to develop nukes. As they should. If any non democracized Islamic country develops nukes that will spell the end to Israel as we know it. I have no doubt in my mind that those barbaric savages will turn and use nukes on the Jews.

The islamofascists have stated on many occasions that the only good Jew is a dead Jew. There goal in life is to push Israel off the map. We as Americans should do what ever we can to support Israel as they are the only free nation in the area full of tyrants. Once Iraq is fully democratized this will change, as we will have another ally in an otherwise destructive and useless area.

Which is one of the reasons why the war on Iraq is so crucial not only to our security but to our allies, especially Isreal. People don't understand how these people are. These savages are like the school bullies. Idle threats and persuasion didn't work with them and neither will it work with the terrorists. The only thing that works is force. Punch a bully in the face and more times than not he will cower away. But by not sticking up for yourself he will just intensify his assault on you.


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