Wednesday, October 10, 2007

US garners support for strike on Iran

US garners support for strike on Iran

"You cannot be English Jews. We are a race, and only as a race can we perpetuate. Our mentality is of a Hebraic character, and differs from that of an Englishman. Enough subterfuges! Let us assert openly that we are International Jews." - Gerald Soman, Chairman of the World Jewry Fellowship, in its official manifesto, January 1, 1935.

--- In, "bruceksim" wrote:


Cheers Bruce

--- In, "Jodie" wrote:
Re: US garners support for strike on Iran

Uh... Bruce... And just WHO the hell are YOU.... GOD ??
You and others of your kind play God... !! You parrot the lies and deceit of false leaders... mouthing the lies of the Deciders of which countries, governments, and peoples may live or be wiped off the face of the earth... !!

Who the hell gave YOU the right to decide the Fate of other peoples and other countries ?? You play little tin god, a little dictator sitting at his computer spouting obscenities to others.... "pieces of shit, pieces of dog vomit, and donkies." You never have anything constructive to offer.

As moderator of this group and a peaceful human being, I become tired and nauseated by this sameo-sameo crap. I also don't take too kindly to Taxi's name calling of people "who deserve the gas chamber"... !!

I would have the members of FAN show greater respect for each other and other people.


--- In, "mamubhi" wrote:Re: US garners support for strike on Iran

Dr. Munzer and history supports Austro!

"We Jews have spoiled the blood of all the races of Europe. Taken as a whole, everything is Jewdified. Our ideas animate everything. Our spirit reigns over the world. We are the Lords." - Dr. Kurt Munzer, The Way to Zion.

--- In, "bruceksim" wrote:

I also support the liberation of iran after our successfull liberation of both Iraq and Afghanistan. I think we should keep going until islamo-fascist theocracies are just a vile memory!!

Cheers Bruce

--- In, "austro_bangla" wrote:Re: US garners support for strike on Iran

The Zionist criminal Bernard Kouchner is one of a few supporter of Iraq invasion. Incidentally his father is a Jewish and he has been hiding under the French identity to cover his real face! I suppose this is just a co-incidence and not a relevant factor in his blatant desire to attack Iran in order to secure Israel.

If Kouchner gets his way then the poor French will join the queue with the Yanks and they too will fight and die like dogs!

--- In, "bruceksim" wrote:

A billion muslims!!! And still they keep getting their arses kicked!! Hopeless or perhaps god is not on their side!!

Cheers Bruce

--- In, "union_faruque" wrote:Re: US garners support for strike on Iran

The worldwide Zionist vendetta against Iran, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, Libya, Lebanon and more than billion Muslims are proving again and again, "the zionists are unfit for animal consumption and therefore they must volunteer themselves to the nearest gas chamber".

--- In, "bruceksim" wrote:

I hope this is correct!!

Cheers Bruce

--- In, "union_faruque" wrote:
Re: US garners support for strike on Iran

Further to Our Moral Rights, American Duty and Missing Nukes and Bin Laden it is paramount that Iraq pullout would hurt Israel and Iraq Was Invaded to Secure Israel before anything else!

Right noiw US garners support for strike on Iran should be a cause of concern to all of us.

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Anne Davies Herald Correspondent in WashingtonOctober 2, 2007

AUSTRALIA, Britain and Israel have reportedly "expressed interest" in a US campaign to launch surgical bombing raids on Iran targeting Revolutionary Guard Corps facilities.

A report in The New Yorker by the journalist Seymour Hersh said the Bush Administration had stopped trying to justify a campaign against Iran on the basis of curtailing Iran's nuclear ambitions. It is instead redefining the war in Iraq as a strategic battle between the US and Iran.

Hersh said the bombing plan has had its most positive reception from Britain's Prime Minister, Gordon Brown. While Hersh did not mention Australia in the article, he told CNN: "There have been expressions of interest from Australia, and other countries. The Israelis, of course, have gone bananas. They're very upset about the idea of not going … They want us to go. And they want us to hit hard."

The Minister for Defence, Brendan Nelson, was in the US a month ago for briefings with defence officials and a meeting with the US Defence Secretary, Robert Gates. Dr Nelson told reporters at the time that he had discussed Iran, but declined to elaborate.

A spokesman for Dr Nelson declined to comment yesterday.

A spokesman for the Foreign Affairs Minister, Alexander Downer, referred to his comments in New York last week after a meeting with the Iranian Foreign Minister, and said the position had not changed.

He said Iran needed to be put under pressure by the UN Security Council, but consideration should also be given to other measures such as financial sanctions.

Hersh said the revised bombing plan, with its tightened focus on counter-terrorism, was gathering support among the generals and admirals in the Pentagon who had been apprehensive about an earlier, broader plan to bomb Iran.

"The strategy calls for the use of sea-launched cruise missiles and more precisely targeted ground attacks and bombing strikes, including plans to destroy the most important Revolutionary Guard training camps supply depots and command-and-control facilities," Hersh wrote. He said there were also plans to hit Iran's anti-aircraft surface-to-air missile sites.

He said a Pentagon consultant on counter-terrorism had told him that if the bombing campaign took place, it would be accompanied by a series of what he called "short, sharp incursions" by American Special Forces into suspected Iranian training sites.

Sources have told the Herald the plan is likely to be put into action only if there were significant US casualties in Iraq that could be attributed to Iranian activity. Hersh also floats this scenario, suggesting a significant attack on American servicemen from across the border could trigger US action.

Hersh pointed to a speech made by the US President, George Bush, in August to the American Legion in which Mr Bush said: "The attacks on our bases and our troops by Iranian-supplied munitions have increased … The Iranian regime must halt these actions, and until it does I will take actions necessary to protect our troops.
"I have authorised our military commanders in Iraq to confront Tehran's murderous activities."

But since then Mr Bush has made a number of other comments suggesting that the Administration may still be hopeful of a diplomatic solution, and in recent weeks has prevailed upon France to assist in dealing with Tehran.

In response to the Hersh article, a White House spokeswoman, Dana Perino, said: "The President believes this issue can be solved diplomatically. And the Administration is working with the international community through the United Nations Security Council, plus Germany to bring diplomatic measures to bear on Iran to put an end to its enrichment and reprocessing activities."

But Hersh's article detailed conversations with numerous sources in the Department of Defence, the CIA and former Administration officials who have heard talk of the strike plans and who claim the option is gaining momentum.

Source: Free America Now