Obama: Iran Is on Notice, Won’t Rule Out Military Action

Obama: Iran Is on Notice, Won’t Rule Out Military Action

http://news.antiwar.com/2009/09/25/obama-iran-is-on-notice-wont-rule-out-military-action/

Obama issues ‘stern’ warning to Iran at G20

http://www.presstv.com/detail.aspx?id=107127&sectionid=351020101

Obama aims to Squeeze Iran, Placate Israel:

http://news.antiwar.com/2009/09/18/obamas-new-missile-plan-aimed-at-placating-israel/

Iran: US, UK, France deceiving world on their nukes

http://www.presstv.com/detail.aspx?id=107223&sectionid=351020104

Keeping Iran honest

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cifamerica/2009/sep/25/iran-secret-nuclear-plant-inspections

Obama says Iran breaking rules on nuclear programs (but conveniently ignores Israeli nukes yet again!):

http://america-hijacked.com/2009/09/25/obama-says-iran-breaking-rules-on-nuclear-programs/

Beating the Drums for War:

http://america-hijacked.com/2009/09/14/beating-the-war-drums-for-iran/

 

Adrian Hamilton: Rhetoric against Iran must be cooled for sake of the Middle East:

http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/adrian-hamilton/adrian-hamilton-rhetoric-against-iran-must-be-cooled-for-sake-of-the-middle-east-1793486.html

Israel’s Missile Shield, the Iranian Threat, and the Palestinians
 

8 Responses to “Obama: Iran Is on Notice, Won’t Rule Out Military Action”

  • Patriot says:

    Tamzin wrote:

    And conveniently ignores Israel, Pakistan, India, UK, US, France…etc. and all those (except Israel, Pakistan and India) who signed the NPT and do not follow its rules, whereas Iran has still no nukes and it has still to be proven that Iran is making a weapon’s program.

  • Patriot says:

    Debbie wrote:

    Noticed that the US & company are “demanding access to Iran’s nuclear sites.” Why don’t the Iranians say “Sure, just confirm that the same group will be visiting Israel’s nuclear sites at the same time?”
    It is a really obvious thing to do, but I have learned that what is so obvious is commonly overlooked or dismissed…

  • Patriot says:

    Jeanne wrote:

    The US also signed the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty in which we pledged to reduce and finally eliminate nuclear weapons. And how did that go — not so great. Although, we have reduced our stockpile, Bush let out contracts to build new nuclear weapons. Furthermore, Bush stated that we would use low yield nuclear weapons to bomb Iran. Scientists (in Mother Jones article) ridiculed the idea that the fallout from the nuclear bunker buster bombs would be contained in the deep hole — stating that the nuclear fall out would travel round the world. Imagine the rage in the Muslim world reacting to the double standard — one standard for us and Israel — one for the Muslim world.

  • Patriot says:

    Tamzin wrote:

    What your friend, Jeanne, writes is correct, as far as I know. What is worse is that the other signatories of NPT, such as France, are doing the same. They have not reduced their nuclear weapons program and are selling nuclear parts to various other countries. In fact, they owe Iran some parts that Iran paid for but never received. France has been dancing on two feet, wishing, on the one hand, to please the US, and, on the other hand, to become the new corporate salesman of the world. The only nation that vaguely started to dissemble its nuclear program was Russia but they went back to it when the US placed missiles in Czech Republic and in Poland. Now the US has stated that it will scrap this missile program but, in exchange, they have asked Russia to join forces in sanctioning Iran (which Russia has agreed to). Best wishes, Tamzin

  • Patriot says:

    Iran: US, UK, France deceiving world on their nukes

    http://www.presstv.com/detail.aspx?id=107223&sectionid=351020104

  • Patriot says:

    Tamzin wrote:

    Yes, but the three “powers” have another agenda in mind. They are not going to listen to Iranian words. I just hope that the IAEA can remain a balanced organization, not pressured by political agendas. That remains to be seen. The problem is also within Iran, where they are too much into a dogmatic Islam and when they talk to Western leaders, they flower the language with Islamic words and ideologies. This is not the technique that works.

    I just read that the Israeli Ambassador to the US is an ex-US homeboy. He will have a greater communicative possibility than most of the Iranians. He knows and understands the language of the people he is going to be talking to. The Iranians that were educated in the US are all still in the US and fighting their own regime. They are not loyal to their country as the new politics of Iran has not been very welcoming to them either. Ahmedinejad would do well to revise his methods but this does not mean that Obama can still threaten Iran with invasions, bombs or whatever else he has in mind. There is a stalemate for the moment but it won’t last long, alas. I do feel worried for the Iranian people, living in Iran. I get upset with those Iranians who fight against their own country because one needs to ask what kind of people would want to bomb their own nation. It is hardly the fault of the people of Iran that their politics has been so unworthy of love.

    Take care and thanks for all you do. Best wishes, Tamzin

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