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Ariel Durant

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

We can all relax. The U.N. says that Obama's treaty with the Iranians is just fine.



It's all about trust, you know?  Obama promised inspections of Iranian nuclear facilities "anywhere, anytime."  He told the American public that's what the treaty said.  But it turns out that the Iranians have to be notified a month in advance of an inspection, and they have to approve the visit. If they don't, all the signatories have to send members to a meeting to "discuss" the problem with the Iranians. So basically we are back to Obama's theory that the Iranians are really good guys and we can "trust them." After all, John Kerry is on a first name basis with their foreign minister, so what could go wrong?



Two days after the end of negotiations, the Iranians held one of their famous "Hate America" rallies with tens of thousands chanting "Death to Israel, Death to America."  But I thought we were friends now!



You have to love a country that has the stones to call their head man "The Supreme Leader" and spends a good part of it's time calling for the eradication of Israel.  I guess they have no sense of irony. But then, Islamic fundamentalists are not really known for their scintillating sense of humor.



Without a doubt, the West has been gulled again.  This time it will have even more serious ramifications than before.  Like Clinton and his deal with North Korea in 1996, Obama has given the Iranians the means and the time to build their bomb. Once they get it, what happens then? That's what the Turks, the Jordanians, the Saudis and others are wondering. Obama sent his Secretary of Defense to assure these guys they could "count on the U.S."  Some newspapers in Turkey wondered if he would be stopping by to see Hosni Mubarak.  But wait, that was the stalwart U.S. ally that Obama dumped when the Moslem Brotherhoood (co founders of Hezbollah) seized control of Egypt and condemned him to death. I wonder what point the Turks were making?






I don't suppose anyone needs to be a genius to figure out where this is leading. In a few years, the Iranians will announce they have the bomb, and what would anyone like to do about it?  It worked for the North Koreans, and it will work for them. Unfortunately, while North Korea is ruled by a
certifiably insane dwarf,

 Kim does have an instinct for self preservation. But the Mullahs are in direct contact with Allah, who has a reputation for sending messages to the faithful that don't make sense to us Western Degenerates. That bodes ill for the Kaffirs, which includes us.





 Of course, the U.N. says everything is ok.

But then again, this is the same bunch that put the Syrians and the Iranians on the Human Rights Council.

Then there's the case of the " Commission of Inquiry" the U.N. pimped up after the last series of rocket attacks by Hamas on Israel, which not unreasonably drew an Israeli response.

The U.N. Commissioner who set up the "Commission of Inquiry" was British. I like the British, I genuinely do. But when it comes to Israel, you have to be careful of the British.

The Lord High Mucky Muck hand picked a British professor named William Schabas to chair the commission.  Half way through the proceedings, it leaked that the commission was going to indict the Israelis for war crimes, but Hamas was going to get their little hands slapped and that was it.

Some reporters from the BBC (give credit where credit is due) checked out Professor Schabas and some interesting things came to light. For instance, he had long been a political activist associated with attacking Jews in general and Israel in particular. He had very close links to the PLO, stretching back for decades, and was actually on the PLO payroll as a "consultant."  He had done work for Hamas in the past, and received payment for it.


This hardly seemed the kind of guy you would want to chair a committee where impartiality was critical, and the Grand High Pufter who appointed Schabas took fright when the news broke. People like that don't enjoy being in the sunlight, they are more comfortable in the shadows. So he made Schabas resign.  I heard a BBC interview with Schabas, on their "Hard Talk" program, and it was really interesting. The interviewer, unusually for BBC, got all over Schabas'  left wing derriere and  so Schabas whined about how he was really impartial, and only resigned when all these foul calumnies were slanderously bruited about. The interviewer was incredulous, and tore the guy a new anal orifice, which occasioned more whining and complaining from Schabas. This was all part of an insidious plot by the Jews to discredit him.... sob, boo hoo. Alas, BBC had done it's home work and nailed him to the cross. He could wiggle and squirm, but he couldn't hide. "Why", the interviewer wanted to know, had Schabas not disclosed his links to Hamas?  "Because," said professor Schabas, "they weren't important in this context."  It went downhill from there, for the good professor.


That's the kind of people that make up the U.N.   Everybody has to decide for themselves whether they trust that crowd, and whether the U.S., which contributes millions to this Fue Aux Folles is getting anything for it's money. Personally, I think we should clean that rat's nest out, and kick them out of the country. Let them have their headquarters in the Gaza Strip, where they will all feel at home.

Friendly Ferret says " Don't piss down my neck and tell me it's raining."

26 comments:

  1. Just remember, "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor". The whole deal is just another giant suicidal pig-ina-poke.

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    1. I thought people like Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and their ilk had prevarication down to an art form but I have never seen anything like Obama.

      Clinton " I did not have sex with that woman."

      Obama " We will have full inspections 24 /7"

      The Big Lie.

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  2. Just like the deal with North Korea, and keeping the nuclear "problem" contained...

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    1. There's a good add on television right now that makes that point. I have been looking for a You Tube copy to post but no luck so far.

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  3. It amazes me to no end how the sheeple crowd will look down their noses at those who are worried about the " new world order" and can't see it staring at them in the face in an organization named the UN.

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    1. It's the flower drum syndrome. Let's all sit in a big circle and beat the flower drums, and dance. All will be well.

      They are completely out of touch with reality. People like that don't understand anything about living in the real world, so their decisions and beliefs are invariably impractical where the rubber meets the road.

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  4. I'm sure you've seen the picture of Khameni giving that speech with his AK propped up beside him. Classic. Wish one of our politicians had enough male chromosomes to do the same.
    These guys are just going to go on - business as usual.

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    1. The one hope seems to be Donald Trump. He has the huevos to speak the truth, and the money to avoid kow towing to the Republican bosses. Lindsey Graham called Trump a "jackass" today, and that's the biggest endorsement I've seen so far. Graham is still dusting off his knee pads from dealing with the left on the Confederate flag issue, so I am surprised he has time to think about anything else.

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  5. The trump card is that Israel got theirs first. I seriously doubt, when push comes to shove, that we'll see Iran get a bomb -that's not falling from the sky with Hebrew writing on it.

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    1. The big problem is that the Israeli Air Force, as good as it is, doesn't have the logistical support or the specialist munitions to do the job. The Iranian nuclear program is in hardened sites, underground, in the case of the most sensitive assets. Our Secretary of Defense made a big deal of announcing just after the "treaty" was "agreed" that we will not be giving Israel any new weapons. If the Israelis were prepared to sprinkle nucs all over Iran, they might accomplish the tactical mission but I think there are some Western powers that would actually attack them. Israel is highly unpopular in Europe, and I don't see Barack Obama doing anything to discourage an attack on Israel in the event something like that happens. If they had the "bunker busters" they might throw a wooden shoe into the gears in Iran without giving the Islamophiles ammunition.

      After the attack on the Iraqi reactor, the world screeched and hollered publicly, but the European diplomats were telling the Israelis "thanks" privately. Gutless wonders.

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  6. When I heard that the UN had ratified Obummer's Iran treaty before the congress could look at it, I was ticked. Then reality hit me in that it didn't matter, since congress will go along with it as well.

    And look at John Kerry...he's so high on himself that when the news came out that Iran was back to making threats against us he had the gall to tell us he's "deeply troubled". Kumbayah... -T

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    1. I couldn't believe that s**t either. Obama has done this before, with "UN treaties" on small arms and munitions. He goes around our own Congress, cuts a deal with the U.N. then uses the deal to back executive orders here in the States. The sad thing is, the political lackeys that make up the Congress today don't have the moral courage to fight back. Like the Roman Senate after Julius Caesar took over, they're all fawning and currying favor.

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  7. I think what happens now will be pretty predictable. Iran's nuclear scientists will start dying off rather suddenly and mysteriously. In an unrelated (cough) incident various malware will turn up in the research facilities computers and, eventually, some pre-emptive airborne ordnance will remove the facility altogether. One guess who'll be responsible.

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    1. I hope you and Six Bears are right about how this is resolved. I am not sure the Israelis can handle something this big on their own. It's not just one target and it's not a soft target this time around. But they are resourceful and unlike the rest of the world, they have no delusions about Iran.

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  8. I trust very few outside of my family. I trust about a hand full of folks they should know who they are.

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    1. Discretion is the better part of valor. The world is a dangerous place and being too trusting can have negative results.

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  9. Their noses grow faster than Pinocchio's. So scary!

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    1. And like Pinocchio, a lot of people in the the country are easily mislead by skillful liars. Or self delusion.

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  10. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    its a big load crap that at one point will hit the fan.

    Obama's a muslim, hates Israel, hates America, loves Che Guevara and Chairman Mao.

    nothing new there.

    In a nuke war, or conventional war. Israel will have the upper hand over Iran. Yeah it will be bloody, glow in the dark mess. I will always place my bets on Israel.

    I seen Iranian and muslim incompetence in action.

    It always boils down to culture. muslim culture is inferior. muslims don't fight conventional wars well, two much tribal and macho attitudes. Not enough of them can work well together en masse to form a effective, unified professional army.

    Too many little Napoleons running around in the officer class and too many NCO's that try to place themselves as number one, go to NCO for everything.

    In any case the attack on Israel from Iran would be devastating, but at some point while the muslims are eating candies and dancing in the streets enjoying their 'Hubris"
    Israel will launch a massive counter attack that would probably end the war. The last time Israel was attacked during the 'Yom Kippur War' Israel took the Sinai Pinninsula and they could have followed the Egyptian army into Egypt if they so wanted and taken over Egypt since the Egyptian army was retreating.


    I gotta change gears here for a moment Harry.

    I broke open the case to the Cobra 29LTD CB radio I have and turned up the modulation. I will work on turning up the RF gain a maybe a few watts next. This old Cobra is kinda my 'Lab Rat" at learning how to work on CB's.

    A friend of mine got 'the mother of all Ranger Radio's" He just go the Ranger 2970 N4, 400 watt 10,11 and 12 meter radio.

    Now that's a radio!

    I'd love to have one but, $600 or $700 for the radio then I would need one hell of a power supply to feed the 35 amps (AC to DC) to the radio for a base station. The price tag just keeps going up.

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    1. You'd always have to be looking over your shoulder with something that powerful anyway. You have a pretty good set up as it is.

      I don't know what's going to happen in the immediate future but I am certainly watching with great interest to find out.

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  11. We watch RT.com news feeds to try to get some balance to our news. Watching the Iranians chant Death to America after the UN ratified the dreadful agreement was just as we expected it would be. Iran has no respect for the US and Obama has no respect for America either!

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    1. It's another scam being foisted on Americans. The sad thing is that so many are once again drinking the Kool Aid.

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  12. "Our Secretary of Defense made a big deal of announcing just after the "treaty" was "agreed" that we will not be giving Israel any new weapons."
    Harry - do you have a reference or link for this?
    Quite amazed to hear this.
    Marty

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    1. Marty, the reference is Fox News. The story made a big deal of it.

      Why would that surprise you? Obama detests Israel and especially the Prime Minister. He's a lot more interested in his new Arab buddies.

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  13. Marty,
    I usually let people look up the stories I mention on my blog for themselves. But since this seemed to interest you (did I detect a note of incredulity?) I googled "Israel to receive no new weapons Iran) and I copied the URL on the first story that came up. If you want amplification, there were others.

    http://www.nhregister.com/general-news/20150719/us-pentagon-chief-not-offering-new-weapons-to-israel-over-iran-deal

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