Good morning gentlemen. <br><br>Condi has been going on again about your nuclear programme and trying to get the strategic four on side to stop you doing it. I would recommend that you carry on anyway because every nation has the right to develop it's own energy solutions. The UN Charter Art 2(1) asserts Iranian sovereign equality in this respect in that what's good enough for one nation is good enough for another. Moreover no external agreement or UN resolution can contradict the underlying princples of the Charter.<br><br>The Dubya administration generally is following the same pattern of errant behaviour as it has done over Iraq namely hollow discussions with anyone prepared to listen followed by threats and then actual military interference. Don't worry because that kind of thing is forbidden by Art 2(4). I don't think they will make the same mistake again because of the spectacular failure first time around in Iraq but I would recommend that you nevertheless continue with your programme of potent deterrent and self-defensive preparations.<br>Well, that's it for now so until next time I'll just say <font size=" 6"> من </font> <br><br>km<br><br>
But what I fear it that Bush-Condi Team Dementia will strike Iran and think they can do this like Israel strikes Syria, and there'll be no repercussions... then Iran strikes back at us either in Iraq or disrupts the oil traffic in the Persian Gulf.<br>Gas goes to $10 per gallon and the American economy already anemic goes into anaphylaxis !! ... i.e. 1979 revisited only worse.<br><br>wonderful scenario huh !!<br><br>David (OFI)
Gentlemen...<br><br>There has been much debate recently about whether the Islamic Republic should be willing to enter into talks with the United States in the light of its long-winded propaganda campaign against Iran and its support for state-sponsored terror, ethnic cleansing, and memorycide in such places as Palestine.<br><br>I would recommend that you do not to completely rule it out. Apartheid was overcome in South Africa by a readiness to talk and peace was similarly restored to Northern Ireland by warring factions ultimately laying down their arms in favour of negotiations with the British Government. I recognise that entering into a dialogue with those responsible for heinous crimes and insults against your people can be difficult but in my opinion objections can be overcome by contemplating a number of pre-conditions. You could for example agree to talks provided that American persons desist from urinating on the Quran or using it for target practise. <br><br>Equally, you could make it a pre-condition that Senator McCain shuts his trap about whether the US should talk to Iran when Iran hasn't even decided whether It would be willing to talk to him. But don't judge America by McCain - he is very unlikely to be elected anyway and even if he were just think how much pain and suffering could have been avoided had the allies only persuaded Hitler to stop invading other countries. That might be a bit far-fetched but I can't believe the United States would be as intransigent as Hitler was.<br><br>km<br><br> <br><br>
FYI McCain has been all over the map with respect to dialogue with various Muslim and Islamic groups.. once he said he WOULD talk with Hamas, now he says No ! (GOP definition of a "flip-flopper")<br><br>I think it's great he mouths Bush's words, hours after Bush speaks... shows McCain WOULD be a 3rd term of "Duh, duh, duh .... dumbazz" <br><br>David (OFI)
.."we'd be seeing plenty of Joe Lieberman, too."<br><br>Seeing Joe Leiberman these days is like accidently walking in on your grandmother... naked ! <br><br>Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh DON"T wanna go there !! <br><br><br><br><br>David (OFI)
[color:blue]every nation has the right to develop it's own energy solutions.</font color=blue> - Yes and the US stands behind this as well.<br><br>Just that Iran has also stated that they will also arm themselves with Nukes. So this goes against the UN Proliferation Treaty of disarming nuclear weapons. The US and Russia have destroyed thousands of missiles over the years -- Now we have other countries building their own or making threats to build more.<br><br>Your thinking leads me to believe that ALL countries no matter small or threatening should all be armed with nukes. After all Pakistan and India just were "only" building energy power plants <-- If you think thats what all Iran will do while sitting on the worlds largest oil reserve "Iran is not hard pressed about alternative energy" you could be out of your mind pal. There is only one reason for Iran to build a nuclear energy plant and thats to make bombs<br><br>
[color:blue]Iran has also stated that they will also arm themselves with Nukes.</font color=blue> <br><br>I missed that - do you have a link? All I've managed to catch so far is Iran's denial of wanting nukes.<br><br>Personally I believe they should go nuclear in the face of Western threats and Israel's arsenal because they'd be letting their people down if they didn't take appropriate measures in self-defence. The argument about the NNPT would be a good one if only the US and Britain weren't updating they're systems and re-arming themselves while allowing Israel to also buck the treaty.<br><br>km<br><br><br><br>
Good evening gentlemen...<br><br>Two days ago a distinguished farmer from Georgia, his name is Jimmy Carter, the former President of the United States and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, said that Israel had 150 nuclear warheads. This is a serious situation. Only yesterday the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) warned that it would not tolerate nations refusing to cooperate fully in the investigation of their nuclear activities. I would therefore recommend that you lead a debate in the General Assembly calling for IAEA inspections in the Holy Land to ascertain whether President Carter was lying or whether action needs to be taken to dismantle and neutralise the alleged nuclear arsenal.<br><br>km<br><br>
Well good morning once again, gentlemen, I thought I'd just drop by to let you know that the other day Israel and Greece sent 100 F15's and F16's out on a long range flying mission as some kind of preparation for a strike against your nuclear electricity plant at Natanz. <br><br>I'll have to make a few inquiries about Greece because I don't believe that their EU membership can be allowed if they want to flout the UN Charter. If Israel wants to we might have to throw them out of the Eurovision song contest - last time I checked Israel wasn't part of Europe anyway and I'm not sure it's legitimate to come along singing songs when lots of innocent people are being killed and maimed in unprincipled air assaults. <br><br>Last night I told my friends down the pub, because they have quite good connections, that such an attack would be a big mistake because when Ahmad Khatami said the other day that anyone attacking Iran would receive a "slap on the face" he was speaking euphemistically and wasn't intending to say that there'd be no significant response. Now because your airspace and national interests are still under threat despite your overtures for peace I would recommend that you do after all turn your attention to nuclear weapons. I can't believe that this threat would keep turning up like the bad penny that it does if you after all joined the club. <br><br>It is a shame that your strategy for regional peace and de-escalation has not worked out but there are some who only modify their behaviour when they can see the writing on the wall. Well, until next time I'll just say 'good luck' with whatever strategy you deploy.<br><br>km<br><br><br>
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