Tag: middle east
This video is baffling to me. During a 73 minute speech, Secretary of State John Kerry stuck his tongue out dozens of times while speaking about Israel. And yes, I wholeheartedly believe he and Obama are doing everything possible to destroy U.S./Israeli relations and make a mess for Trump to step into in January. All part of the Democrats and Obama’s Long Hissy Fit Goodbye.
Sanctions against Iran will not work. Obama has been saying “give sanctions a chance”, when we know for a fact sanctions will not and can not work.
Russia Today posted an article saying China is buying oil from Iran. With money flowing in from China, Iran is free to pursue its nuclear ambitions.
In another news article, Iran is moving to upgrade its centrifuges. Which means improved enrichment far above those needed for nuclear power reactors and medical devices.
Whether Iran plans on building a nuclear weapon remains to be seen.
In another article I talked about possible conflicts the US may be facing between 2013 and 2020. My personal opinion, the Wall Street and the international bankers need something big to prevent China from becoming a world economic power house. If the international bankers can not crash the economy of China, the only other option is a physical conflict.
China fueling Irans nuclear program is the excuse the US government needs to strike Iran and possibly spark a large scale war.
Russia Today is probably one of the truly unbiased news sources in the world, and the Israel military bombed the RT office in Gaza.
There is only one reason to bomb a news office, and that is to keep the truth from getting out.
This is not a war, this is genocide. Israel is trying to drive Muslims out of the Gaza strip.
As General Patton once said, “Americans love to fight.” So what happens when we run out of people to fight?
Since World War II we have been in some kind of conflict with “someone”.
1940s – Germany, Japan and the start of the cold war.
1950s – Korea, and the cold war.
1960s and early 1970s – Vietnam and the cold war.
1980s – cold war came to an end.
1990s – Bosnian War, Gulf War and various smaller conflicts.
2000s to present – war on terror.
2012 and beyond – we are running out of terrorist to kill. The American people are putting the 9/11 attacks behind us, people are getting bored of drone strikes, Bin Laden is dead,,, now what?
Example from the Walking Dead
For you Walking Dead fans out there, do remember when Shane died at the end of Season 2? Do you know “why” Shane had to die?
Thank you Russia Today for uploading this video to youtube.
As usual,Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is spewing forth all kinds of gibberish.
I agree with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on bin laden; bin laden should have been brought to trial instead of killing him.
Everyday Iran continues its nuclear program, its a step closer to another war in the middle east.
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few years, it should be pretty clear that tensions between Israel and Iran are going to reach a boiling point.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called for the destruction of Israel, while at the same time working on Irans nuclear program. This should be pretty simple, hatred + means = war.
On the flip side of the coin, we have Benjamin Netanyahu calling for a military strike on Iran. The strike would have the purpose of either destroying Irans nuclear capability, or setting progress back a few years.
In other words, we have two nations that want to destroy each other.
Israel says it only wants to destroy Irans nuclear program. Regardless of the reason for an attack, an attack is still an attack.
Well, it seems Mitt Romney stuck his foot in his mouth by saying Obama supports see themselves as victims, and that Obama appeals to voters who do not pay taxes.
In other words, the people who vote for Obama are black, lower class and live off welfare.
Yep, I pretty much agree.
Its like the lady during the 2008 election that said if Obama is elected, she will not have to worry about her mortgage.
How the hell did obama get elected? Is romney the best the republican party can offer? My opinion on the 2012 elections, the average american is a idiot. the majority of the people out there have no business voting, much less picking our elected officials.
When the people keep voting the same idiots into office year after year, nothing is going to change.
If the people want real change, first they have to change the way they vote.
When a republic breaks, its not the government that breaks, its the people that are broken. The way we vote our elected officials into office (the two party system) is broken.
You got to restaurant A, the service is lousy and the food is terrible.
You decide to go to restaurant B, the service is lousy and the food is terrible just like A.
Do you go back to A, or do you give C and D a try?
With voters logic, you keep going between A and B hoping things get better, while ignoring those new places down the road C and D.
The average American voter is too stupid to vote third party. How are we supposed to fix the nation when the same two parties are voted into office over and over?
Netanyahu seems to be getting a little desperate in his attempts to attack Iran, in that he wants to draw a line in the sand. If Iran crosses that line, then the world (mainly the USA) would take military action against Iran.
Sure is funny how Netanyahu wants to go to war, when the majority of people fighting will be Americans.
If Israel is so worried about Iran, why dont Israel do something about Iran and leave the rest of the world out of this?