Thursday, December 22, 2005

Coming to an Iranian Nuclear site soon.

If I were President Ahmadinejad, I would start looking for a nice cave to hide in. When the B2s go wheels up from our bases, Ahmadinejad's chest thumping, hard-line imbecility will have brought a little too much international attention for his own good.

Iran sits on more oil than it could use in fifty lifetimes. They don't need nuclear power, the only use for a nuclear program in Iran is for weapons development. That cannot be allowed to occur. Ahmadinejad is mad as a hatter, and hates the US almost as much as he hates Israel. It seems that CIA director may be tipping our hand.
During his recent visit to Ankara, CIA Director Porter Goss reportedly brought three dossiers on Iran to Ankara. Goss is said to have asked for Turkey's support for Washington's policy against Iran's nuclear activities, charging that Tehran had supported terrorism and taken part in activities against Turkey. Goss also asked Ankara to be ready for a possible US air operation against Iran and Syria. Goss, who came to Ankara just after FBI Director Robert Mueller's visit, brought up Iran's alleged attempts to develop nuclear weapons. It was said that Goss first told Ankara that Iran has nuclear weapons and this situation was creating a huge threat for both Turkey and other states in the region. Diplomatic sources say that Washington wants Turkey to coordinate with its Iran policies. The second dossier is about Iran's stance on terrorism. The CIA argued that Iran was supporting terrorism, the PKK and al-Qaeda. The third had to do with Iran's alleged stance against Ankara. Goss said that Tehran sees Turkey as an enemy and would try to"export its regime."
I will not be surprised when CNN reports that a 'civilian nuclear reactor' in Iran was blown into small pieces. I hope the Air Force, takes a few F22s along for the trip just to rid Iran of a few French fighters.

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