Archive for 1 Dec 2006

This is one hell of a letter. Read the whole thing…

Here’s A Quarter, Call Someone Who Cares

This is a message from the Uppity Unburka’d Gun-Toting Grandmas of the Free World to Mr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, so-called President of Iran and teller of poisonous, slithering lies:

Bite Us.

You loser. Your pansy excuse for a religion requires you to offer us a chance to submit and convert before you try to kill and enslave us. Offer noted for the record. Tragically for you, we have guns and bad attitudes. Our sons and grandsons have bigger guns and worse attitudes. Our military has the biggest guns and the worst attitudes this earth has ever seen.

I’ve got news, Mahmoud my boy. We’re pretty committed to this democracy thing we’ve got going here. And none of us is all that excited about giving up our job, education, voting rights, intimate body parts or ability to feel the sun on more than just our eyebrows.

Nice job Baldilocks.

I’ve been saying this for some time, a successful Iraq is a thorn in Iran’s side. I think it will also be a thorn in Syria’s side.

Rumsfeld: All Neighbors Except Iran Benefit From Success in Iraq

By John D. Banusiewicz
American Forces Press Service

BAGHDAD, April 26, 2006 – While success in Iraq’s march to freedom would mean good things for most of its neighbors, Iran could only view that as a failure, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said here today.

Rumsfeld and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice are here to meet with U.S. and Iraqi officials.

“A successful Iraq that is at peace with its neighbors and that has a government that’s representative of the various elements within the country would represent an enormous success for this region,” Rumsfeld said. “It would add to prosperity for the region. It would be something that all of the neighbors would benefit from, except Iran.

“Iran’s view of the world is quite different,” he continued, “and (a successful democracy in Iraq) would represent a failure from the standpoint of Iran.”

I think this is one of the reasons that Iran is trying so hard to develop a nuclear capability and has had its hands in the insurgency within Iraq from the jump.

Iran is a growing threat to world peace and if it is not dealt with through diplomatic channels, as it is being attempted at the moment, I see this as becoming a failure, then we will end up at war with them. This may happen sooner than most of us want, but I suspect it will come to fruition.

Yep, the Russians still know how to play the game.
They just got caught on this one.
Just wait ’til Iran is a nuclear po

Litvinenko was victim of ‘Russian rogue agents’

Sandra Laville and Richard Norton-Taylor
Friday December 1, 2006
The Guardian

British intelligence sources increasingly suspect that Alexander Litvinenko, the former spy killed with a radioactive poison, was the victim of a plot involving “rogue elements” within the Russian state, the Guardian has learned.

While ruling out any official involvement by Vladimir Putin’s government, investigators believe that only those with access to state nuclear laboratories could have mounted such a sophisticated plot.

Police were last night closing in on a group of men who entered the UK among a large crowd of Muscovite football fans. The group of five or more arrived shortly before Mr Litvinenko fell ill and attended the CSKA Moscow match against Arsenal at the Emirates stadium on November 1. They flew back shortly afterwards. While describing them only as witnesses, police believe their presence could hold the key to the former spy’s death.

Here’s what Ace of Spades has to say:

British Officials Increasingly Certain of Government Cooperation In Litvinenko Poisoning; Speculate About “Rogue Elements” Within Kremlin
—Ace

Me thinks the Ruskies are up to something Boris, darlink…
Putin has his hands so deep into this they are coming out stained with feces.
He’s definately not playing nice.