BUSH ERRONEOUSLY SAYS IRAN ANNOUNCED DESIRE FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS (MCCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS)

McClatchy Newspapers - WASHINGTON— President Bush contended that Iran has "declared they want a nuclear weapon to destroy people" and that the Islamic Republic could be hiding a secret program.

RLCC Comment:

George W. Bush said that Iran has "declared they want a nuclear weapon to destroy people." When, where, and who, George? Show me. Show us, liar.

Bush said, "The problem is the [Iranian] government cannot be trusted to enrich uranium, because 1) they've hidden programs in the past and [2)] they may be hiding one now. Who knows." Who knows is right! Not one neocon (Machiavellian, liar) knows that Iran is, for a fact, enriching uranium to build nuclear weapons. Even if they are, which nations on the planet claim that they don't have the right to withdraw from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty? Which country claims that it doesn't have the right to make nuclear weapons? Does Israel say Israel doesn't have the right to have hundreds of such weapons? If Iran doesn't have the right, then no one has the right.

You know, no one has the right. No one ever had the right. It isn't a right and never has been.

No one has the right to sin. Only the confused believe otherwise.

Bush said, "Secondly, they've declared they want to have a nuclear weapon to destroy people, some in the Middle East."

The Iranian government is led by its Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has openly declared that it is a sin to acquire or use nuclear weapons and that he forbids it. For a people who are always being called Medieval, their Supreme Leader is more enlightened on this score then is the leader of the so-called Free World. Now, if he'd only be completely consistent....

Khamenei issued a religious edict forbidding the production, stockpiling, and use of nuclear weapons. It's too bad the rest of the world weren't so backwards about nuclear weapons. He is backwards by U.S. standards on this issue. That's good! Being diametrically the opposite of the U.S. concerning nuclear weapons is exactly the right way to be. After all, the U.S. has a huge stockpile of nuclear weapons, is constantly developing new ones in secret, and is the only nation savage and depraved enough to have ever used them (atomic weapons).

Bush was referring to the Jews in Israel when he said "some people in the Middle East." It's a total lie. Bush has absolutely zero proof that the Iranian government has said it wants nuclear weapons to destroy Israel. That's a huge concoction by a bunch of rightwing, extremist, Apartheid-supporting, land-coveting racists in Israel and the U.S.

I don't care whether or not the Nazis executed 100 million Jews, it doesn't give even one Jew the right to lie about what is or not known about the intentions of the Iranian government vis-à-vis nuclear weapons and the destruction of Israel. Those particular Jews who do not represent all the Jews of the world (thank God, literally) are just hiding behind what the Nazis did and milking it for everything they can. Thank God for the Jews who speak out against their misguided neocon, Likudnic brothers and sisters. If it weren't for them, Israel would already be a cinder.

It was the Iranians (Persians) who shutdown the Iraqis (Babylonians) and sent the Jews (in exile with Nehemiah) back to the land now called Israel and even funded much of the rebuilding of the nation-state at the time. Where's the gratitude?

Well, even George W. Bush knows that a person or group only has so much political capital to spend. The neocons and Likudnics are bankrupt in that sense. It's time for the rest of the world to stand up to the U.S. and Israel to say no.

They had better do it. If they don't, all hell will break loose. Prophesy against them Son of man. Think about it.

The warmongers need to be told that they will not be supported. It's time for the plutocrats to wake up. Their fortunes and their souls won't be worth a plug nickel if hell breaks loose on account of their evil system.

Link to source-webpage, obtained via: Yahoo! News: World - McClatchy Newspapers, March 20, 2008, 4:13pm

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