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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Are they serious?

U.S. bringing second carrier to Mideast

This kind of news makes me wonder how serious U.S is in dealing with the Iranian regime?!

It doesn't make me nervous at all. I mean, it is certain that US is not going to allow Iran to continue its ugly behavior in the region and it seems they now realize the depth of the danger mullahs pose towards the entire world. But I wish we see a huge support for freedom movement in Iran towards a total regime change before any attack or bombardment begins.

I, personally, have accepted the fact that one day Iran may be bombed for its unacceptable behavior in the region. It won't surprise me a bit...

Posted by Winston on January 16, 2007 in Current Affairs, Military | Permalink


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"But I wish we see a huge support for freedom movement in Iran..."

Do you mean you wish for public support? Well, me too. Ya gotta have a dream.

Do you mean you wish the US government would support the freedom movement? If such support occurs, it will most likely be convert. No need to give Iran a legitimate grievance at the UN or drive Iranians to rally around the Ayatollah.In other words, how do you know the support is not happening right now.

(Indeed, if you have any good contacts in Iran, maybe you should make some calls to the NSA.)

Posted by: pete e | 2007-01-17 2:44:17 AM


I want to SEE it happening. I don't think it is really happening now and I want a full financial and moral support from the US for those who are fighting the Islamic regime in Iran. But I hope you are right and that is already in place.

Posted by: Winston | 2007-01-17 9:11:20 AM

I'd be surprised if the US was NOT spending money on allies within Iran, covert and otherwise. What kind of dollars are you suggesting? It's a tough thing to do now, with pant-wetting, self hating Democrats in charge of both US houses.

What I'd like to hear about is the Iranian "resistance". During every war there have been patriots who went out of their way to disrupt the plans of those who were subjegating them. I have never heard about Iranian "resisters".

Posted by: Larry | 2007-01-17 7:00:33 PM

Larry, the reason you have not heard about them is because major media never reported them. Iranian people have always showed defiance in the face of this evil regime and will always show until it is gone. You just need to read more about it because MSM dont let you read/see/hear about it, unfortunately.

Posted by: Winston | 2007-01-17 7:46:02 PM

Student Movement Coordination Committee for Democracy in Iran:


Posted by: Vitruvius | 2007-01-17 10:28:19 PM

Are you dim? Read the PNAC docs...this is scripted...the Dems are in alignment with the pentagon on this Iranmian occupation...first the bombing then the mop up...it's a done deal. Frick talk about not picking up on obvious signals...last year Condi eluded to the fact there was a need to address the "iranian problem" militarily...well Duhhh.

20 Bucks sez USAF has pulled off a "strategic bombing raid" of Iran's nuclear facilities before March is out.

Posted by: Wlyonmackenzie | 2007-01-18 8:36:50 AM

I am sure the intelligence is working in Iran to pave a road to the regieme, which I understand is not at all popular. I would like to see the US go in and bomb those idiot allytollahs and the present gov't. They have kept Iran in the medieval times for too long.

Posted by: Freedom of speech | 2007-01-19 1:35:23 PM

You know, it is very clear to me, that you are using that name of yours, "Freedom of Speach" in order to be provoke.

You should know, that in Canada, it is a criminal offence to advocate murder.

I expect you will have some folks knocking on your door. You could face charges and jail time.

I say you must cease and disist.

Posted by: Lady | 2007-01-19 1:47:14 PM

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