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Mintwithahole.
09-25-2009, 10:11 PM
It's now becoming increasingly obvious that the next war in the middle east will be waged against Iran. The reason? Their unwillingness to obey the United Nations and continue to develop their nuclear ambitions. However, Iran has always stated that their new nuclear developments are there to provide their people with cheap electricity while the rest of the world keeps being told that they are out to create weapons of mass destruction to use against neighbouring countries. The US President and British Prime Minister are openly lieing when they say that Iran hadn't informed them of their new fascilities. In truth, they didn't have to inform the UN of their existence for another year at least!
For anyone who followed the nonsense leading up to the first Gulf War, the exact same situation is unfolding again. . . The USA, Uk and France are creating a problem which simply doesn't exist because they want to go to war against Iran.
Let's hope that common sense wins?

BlueAngel
09-26-2009, 09:07 PM
It has been OBVIOUS for quite some time that a confrontation with IRAN is in the cards.

THEY have been setting the stage to this end for years now with their condemnation of Iran's so-called SECRET nuclear program and Iran's President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's, aids and abets them with his resistance to the UN's call for his disarmament.

Mintwithahole.
09-26-2009, 09:11 PM
You're right.
I don't think America will do anything but they'll bankroll and fund an Israeli attack so they don't get their hands dirty. Unfortunately, an attack on Iran will unite the Arab nations against the west even though most hate the thought of Iran getting their hands on nuclear weapons.

BlueAngel
09-26-2009, 09:26 PM
You're right.
I don't think America will do anything but they'll bankroll and fund an Israeli attack so they don't get their hands dirty. Unfortunately, an attack on Iran will unite the Arab nations against the west even though most hate the thought of Iran getting their hands on nuclear weapons.

The Banksters have, from the moment of creation of the State of Israel, bankrolled and funded the country.

This is how Israel was born.

Mintwithahole.
09-28-2009, 10:42 AM
It's interesting to ponder on how the USA will con the rest of the world into agreeing to another invasion of a middle eastern country. . . I think America will try to kill two birds with one stone!
Firstly they'll scare the bejesus out of the rest of the world, especially those neighbouring Iran, by continually going on about how Iran is developing a nuclear bomb. Then they'll secretly finance an Israeli airstrike to destroy these installations. . . Think about it?
1. America gets rid of Irans nuclear facilities without being further hated by the rest of the world.
2. The arab nations will have to look at Israel as saviours who saved them from Irans nuclear weapons instead of a nation who displaced the Palaestinians.

For Uncle Sam it's a win/win situation.

BlueAngel
09-28-2009, 09:30 PM
It's interesting to ponder on how the USA will con the rest of the world into agreeing to another invasion of a middle eastern country. . . I think America will try to kill two birds with one stone!
Firstly they'll scare the bejesus out of the rest of the world, especially those neighbouring Iran, by continually going on about how Iran is developing a nuclear bomb. Then they'll secretly finance an Israeli airstrike to destroy these installations. . . Think about it?
1. America gets rid of Irans nuclear facilities without being further hated by the rest of the world.
2. The arab nations will have to look at Israel as saviours who saved them from Irans nuclear weapons instead of a nation who displaced the Palaestinians.

For Uncle Sam it's a win/win situation.

The US currently occupies Iran's neighbors; Afghanistan and Iraq so they don't have to scare the bejesus out of Iran's neighboring countries in order to invade.

In fact, they don't have to scare the bejesus out of anyone in order to invade any country.

The PTB set the groundwork and the Military Industrial Complex is put into motion whether any one's bejesus is scared out of them or not.

The US doesn't have to secretly finance an Israeli airstrike.

It's common knowledge that the BANKSTERS fund Israel and their military.

Mintwithahole.
09-28-2009, 09:40 PM
With respect, it's common knowledge amongst anyone who bothers to look into the situation further but to the millions who sit on their couch all day and rely on the BBC, ITV, Fox News, Sky News, etc, to tell them what's going on in the world it's not really known or understood.

BlueAngel
09-28-2009, 10:27 PM
With respect, it's common knowledge amongst anyone who bothers to look into the situation further but to the millions who sit on their couch all day and rely on the BBC, ITV, Fox News, Sky News, etc, to tell them what's going on in the world it's not really known or understood.

Couldn't agree with you more.

Mintwithahole.
10-05-2009, 10:50 AM
Iran has now agreed to let inspectors visit it's uranium enrichment sites so America nd the UK will have to come up with some other way to demonise and make Iran look bad.

They'll most probably try to force unreasonable demands on Iran which it already knows that they'll never agree to. When you know how the system works it all becomes sadly predictable.

BlueAngel
10-05-2009, 10:30 PM
The stage must be set before the the SHOW begins.

Out of the Box
11-06-2009, 05:03 AM
They'll most probably try to force unreasonable demands on Iran which it already knows that they'll never agree to. When you know how the system works it all becomes sadly predictable.

Still.... Some people will learn to see the similarity with the WMD issue in Iraq and this will no doubt lead to a new wave of awakenings.

lastpostbelow
06-12-2010, 09:26 AM
The powers that be do not want a peace treaty between Israel and palastine .
They know if there is a peace treaty , alot of people believe that the 7 years of tribulation will start.
Iran has alot of allies , have you noticed iran is quite cocky when they speak about thier business .
I think they have an ace up their sleeve

FallaciesAbound
06-13-2010, 01:38 AM
I do think it is funny that Iran claims their nuclear program is strictly for power generation. First, they are sitting on massive oil and natural gas reserves, so its not like nuclear is the only way to generate power there.

Second, their power demands really are not all that high. Outside the ruling elite, the general population does not have 3 TVs, 2 computers, and a hundred electric lights burning the way Americans do. Irans power consumption is small, and unless they are planning on building some massive industrial facilities (for building tanks and ICBMs maybe?), just what do they really need several reactors for?

That being said, the US has been itching for a fight with Iran since the '70s, so this will likely give them the cover story they need for an attack.

BlueAngel
06-13-2010, 01:47 AM
I do think it is funny that Iran claims their nuclear program is strictly for power generation. First, they are sitting on massive oil and natural gas reserves, so its not like nuclear is the only way to generate power there.

Second, their power demands really are not all that high. Outside the ruling elite, the general population does not have 3 TVs, 2 computers, and a hundred electric lights burning the way Americans do. Irans power consumption is small, and unless they are planning on building some massive industrial facilities (for building tanks and ICBMs maybe?), just what do they really need several reactors for?

That being said, the US has been itching for a fight with Iran since the '70s, so this will likely give them the cover story they need for an attack.

That is the most intelligent thing you have posted on this forum.

That the PTB are itching for a fight with Iran.

Why do you think that the US wants to attack Iran?

FallaciesAbound
06-13-2010, 02:06 AM
No, its just the only thing that agrees with your world view, and therefore the only thing that your mind lets through the filter.

Anyways. Iran has been a trouble spot since the time of Alexander. However, the presence of Israel in the middle east, and the staunch and somewhat unreasonable support of her by the US, makes a resurgent Iran problematic. Couple that with large oil reserves, a fanatical group of Islamic Clerics encouraging terrorism, and the tenancy to be independent minded nation, and you have all the reason a large state needs to invade. If it helps you, the US is the aliens, they are the earthlings.

BlueAngel
06-15-2010, 08:59 PM
No, its just the only thing that agrees with your world view, and therefore the only thing that your mind lets through the filter.

Anyways. Iran has been a trouble spot since the time of Alexander. However, the presence of Israel in the middle east, and the staunch and somewhat unreasonable support of her by the US, makes a resurgent Iran problematic. Couple that with large oil reserves, a fanatical group of Islamic Clerics encouraging terrorism, and the tenancy to be independent minded nation, and you have all the reason a large state needs to invade. If it helps you, the US is the aliens, they are the earthlings.

FA said:

"No, it's just the only thing that agrees with your world view, and therefore the only thing that your mind lets through your filter."

Sorry, but you would be wrong.

It's not the only thing that agrees with my world view nor the only thing that my mind lets through my filter.

That's perposterous.

To think that the only thing one let's through their world view is about Iran.

As I said, it was the most intelligent comment you have posted on this forum.

However, you just wiped out that intelligent comment with a very dumb one.

At zero now.

Care to try to bring it up a notch?

FallaciesAbound
06-15-2010, 11:09 PM
I guess you stopped reading at the first line?

BlueAngel
06-15-2010, 11:21 PM
I guess you stopped reading at the first line?

I don't ever stop reading, so your guess would be wrong.

I suggest, at this point, that you stop guessing and stick with facts, that is, if you know any.

FallaciesAbound
06-16-2010, 01:34 AM
Do you have a problem with the second paragraph of my reply, or will this just be more circular obsessing?

BlueAngel
06-17-2010, 07:40 PM
Do you have a problem with the second paragraph of my reply, or will this just be more circular obsessing?

Kindly post the second paragraph of your reply and I will then advise you as to whether or not I have a problem with it.

No circular obsessing on my part.

That would be what you do.

Round and round in circles, like a dog chasing his tail.

Now, where is that second paragraph of your reply?

Post it here.

Thanks,
BA

FallaciesAbound
06-17-2010, 08:27 PM
Look up a few posts to my original response, blondie.

"Anyways. Iran has been a trouble spot since the time of Alexander. However, the presence of Israel in the middle east, and the staunch and somewhat unreasonable support of her by the US, makes a resurgent Iran problematic. Couple that with large oil reserves, a fanatical group of Islamic Clerics encouraging terrorism, and the tenancy to be independent minded nation, and you have all the reason a large state needs to invade. If it helps you, the US is the aliens, they are the earthlings."

BlueAngel
06-17-2010, 08:43 PM
Look up a few posts to my original response, blondie.

"Anyways. Iran has been a trouble spot since the time of Alexander. However, the presence of Israel in the middle east, and the staunch and somewhat unreasonable support of her by the US, makes a resurgent Iran problematic. Couple that with large oil reserves, a fanatical group of Islamic Clerics encouraging terrorism, and the tenancy to be independent minded nation, and you have all the reason a large state needs to invade. If it helps you, the US is the aliens, they are the earthlings."

And, your point would be what regarding me having a problem with your second paragraph?

FallaciesAbound
06-17-2010, 08:52 PM
It is interesting that you made no comment on the actual substance of the posting.

BlueAngel
06-17-2010, 09:35 PM
It is interesting that you made no comment on the actual substance of the posting.

I never said I had a problem with the second paragraph of your post.

You insinuated such so I asked you to post your second paragraph and you did.

Now, because I have no problem with your second paragraph posting, you find it interesting that I made no comment on the actual substance of the post.

Talk about going around in circles.

Here.

Will this satisfy you?

I don't find your second paragraph to contain anything substantive.

Therefore, I have no comment.

Sorry, FA, but I'm not a blondie.

Red heads have more fun.

BlueAngel
06-17-2010, 10:09 PM
I'm beginning to think, FA, that you believe you've let the cat out of the bag by commenting that IRAN has huge oil supplies.

Sorry, but we already know this.

It ain't a secret, pal.

Middle East equals vast amounts of oil.

FallaciesAbound
06-18-2010, 12:08 AM
I'm beginning to think, FA, that you believe you've let the cat out of the bag by commenting that IRAN has huge oil supplies.

Sorry, but we already know this.

It ain't a secret, pal.

Middle East equals vast amounts of oil.
Exactly my point f-tard. If they are sitting on tonnes of oil, just what do they need a nuclear program for? Why you think that I think I let the cat out of the bag is beyond me, but it seems the point I was making was beyond you.

BlueAngel
06-18-2010, 12:19 AM
Exactly my point f-tard. If they are sitting on tonnes of oil, just what do they need a nuclear program for? Why you think that I think I let the cat out of the bag is beyond me, but it seems the point I was making was beyond you.

Anyone else care to explain to FA why Iran, who is sitting on tons of oil, would need a nuclear program?

You didn't make any point because you don't understand the point; therefore, it is not beyond me, but beyond you.

BlueAngel
06-18-2010, 12:22 AM
Exactly my point f-tard. If they are sitting on tonnes of oil, just what do they need a nuclear program for? Why you think that I think I let the cat out of the bag is beyond me, but it seems the point I was making was beyond you.

According to you, Iran is sitting on tons of oil, but, you have no clue why they would need a nuclear program.

I have no desire nor do I care to attempt to try to explain it to you.

You wouldn't understand.

Anyone else care to inform FA as to why Iran needs a nuclear program?

Thanks,
BA

FallaciesAbound
06-18-2010, 06:52 PM
The sad thing is, you really think I dont know huh. Too silly. The only reason for them to have a nuclear program is to build weapons. That should be a scary enough thought to anyone even briefly familiar with Iran's history and current politics.

BlueAngel
06-19-2010, 04:33 PM
The sad thing is, you really think I dont know huh. Too silly. The only reason for them to have a nuclear program is to build weapons. That should be a scary enough thought to anyone even briefly familiar with Iran's history and current politics.

The sad thing is that you really don't know.

FallaciesAbound
06-19-2010, 08:04 PM
So whats your theory?

BlueAngel
06-19-2010, 08:56 PM
So whats your theory?

My theory about what?

FallaciesAbound
06-20-2010, 08:21 AM
Wow......

What is your theory about Iran's nuclear program? What is their true intent for it?

BlueAngel
06-22-2010, 09:17 PM
Wow......

What is your theory about Iran's nuclear program? What is their true intent for it?

WOW!

Like I said, two times, I have no desire to explain anything to you any further as it appears it goes in one ear and out the other.