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Posted by QB on April 20, 2011
There was hope that world be be better peaceful place with Barak Obama in White House but the truth is the world has more unrest than under Bush regime. US and its European allies are interferring in Libya, Syria with UN Security Council Resollution. The UN Security Council is under US, UK, France, China and Russia dictatorship where these countries will get whatever they want. These countries will try to implement the UN Resolution by force in Muslim countries ignoring all UN Security Council resolution against Isreal which is protected by US and its European allies.
US, France, UK are once again bombing Libya killing innocent civilians instead of providing protection. There are once again lies on mainstream media CNN, BBC promoting propaganda. RT is reporting the news which not many people watch. CNN reported that Gaddafi forces are now using cluster bombs on civilians which are banned. The cluster bombs and chemical weapons were used by US and Isreal on civilians in Fallujah.
|Lebanon, 1978, 1982 and 2006Extensively used by Israel during the 1978 Israeli invasion of Lebanon, the 1982-2000 occupation of Lebanon and in the 2006 Lebanon War.During the Israeli-Lebanese conflict in 1982, Israel used cluster munitions, many of them American-made, on targets in southern Lebanon. Israel also used cluster bombs in the 2006 Lebanon War.Two types of cluster munitions were transferred to Israel from the U.S. The first was the CBU-58 which uses the BLU-63 bomblet. This cluster bomb is no longer in production. The second was the MK-20 Rockeye, produced by Honeywell Incorporated in Minneapolis. The CBU-58 was used by Israel in Lebanon in both 1978 and 1982. The Israeli Defense company Israel Military Industries also manufactures the more up-to-date M-85 cluster bomb.Hezbollah fired Chinese-manufactured cluster munitions into Israel using 122-mm rocket launchers during the 2006 war, hitting Kiryat Motzkin, Nahariya, Karmiel, Maghar, and Safsufa. A total of 113 rockets and 4,407 submunitions were fired into Israel during the war. The rockets killed one person and injured twelve.The United Nations and human rights groups have accused Israel of dropping as many as 4 million cluster bomblets onto targets in Lebanon during the 2006 Lebanon war.”Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Dan Halutz plans to appoint a major general to investigate the use of cluster bombs — some of which were fired against his order — during the Lebanon war. Halutz ordered the IDF to use cluster bombs with extreme caution and not to fire them into populated areas. Nonetheless, it did so anyway, primarily using artillery batteries and the Multiple Launch System (MRLS). IDF artillery, MLRS and aircraft are thought to have delivered thousands of cluster bombs, containing a total of some 4 million bomblets during the war.”Human Rights Watch said there was evidence that Israel had used cluster bombs very close to civilian areas and described them as “unacceptably inaccurate and unreliable weapons when used around civilians” and that “they should never be used in populated areas.” Human Rights Watch has accused Israel of using cluster munitions in an attack on Bilda, a Lebanese village, on 19 July which killed 1 civilian and injured 12, including seven children. The Israeli “army defended … the use of cluster munitions in its offensive with Lebanon, saying that using such munitions was ‘legal under international law’ and the army employed them ‘in accordance with international standards.'” Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mark Regev added, “[I]f NATO countries stock these weapons and have used them in recent conflicts — in Yugoslavia, Afghanistan and Iraq — the world has no reason to point a finger at Israel.” FAizal…
Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cluster_bomb
|Siege, April 2004In response to the killing of the four US citizens, and intense political pressure, the US Marines commenced Operation Vigilant Resolve. They surrounded the city and attempted to capture the individuals responsible as well as others in the region who might have been involved in terrorist activities. One out of every two mosques in Fallujah were used to hide terrorists or weapons. The Iraqi National Guard was supposed to work alongside with the US Marines in the operation, but on the dawn of the invasion they discarded their uniforms and deserted. Under pressure from the Iraqi Governing Council, the US aborted its attempt to regain control of Fallujah. The US Marines suffered 40 deaths in the siege. Estimates of the number of Iraqi deaths (both terrorists and civilians) in the attack range from 271 (according to Iraqi Ministry of Health officials) to 731 (according to Rafie al-Issawi, the head of the local hospital).
The occupying force on April 9 allowed more than 70,000 women, children and elderly residents to leave the besieged city. On April 10, the US military declared a unilateral truce to allow for humanitarian supplies to enter Fallujah. US troops pulled back to the outskirts of the city. An Iraqi mediation team entered the city in an attempt to set up negotiations between US forces and local leaders, but as of April 12 had not been successful. Weapons were found hidden in some humanitarian supply trucks that were attempting to enter the city. At least one US battalion had orders to shoot any male of military age on the streets after dark, armed or not. Some press reports contained anecdotal accounts from Iraqi residents of US snipers allegedly firing on unarmed civilians. In violation of the Geneva Convention, the city’s main hospital was closed by Marines, negating its use, and a US sniper was placed on top of the hospital’s water tower.
There were also reports of the use of cluster bombs by US forces in Fallujah during this time, including reports from Al Jazeera on April 9 and 15, which US State Department spokesperson Richard Boucher later described as “totally false.” Similar reports came from several other sources, including Associated Press, who reported on 26 April 2004: “A spokesman for an Iraqi delegation from the violence-gripped city of Fallujah on Monday accused U.S. troops of using internationally banned cluster bombs against the city and said they had asked the United Nations to mediate the conflict. Mohammed Tareq, a spokesman for the governing council of Fallujah and a member of the four-person delegation, said U.S. military snipers were also responsible for the deaths of many children, women and elderly people.” And the Economic Press Review reported on 17 April 2004: “American F-16 warplanes are blitzing the Al-Julan residential area in Al Fallujah 50 kilometers west from Baghdad with cluster bombs.”
The ceasefire followed a wave of insurgency activity across southern Iraq, which included the capture of two US soldiers, seven employees of US military contractor Kellogg, Brown and Root, and more than 50 other workers in Iraq. Several of the prisoners were released within days of their capture, while the majority were executed.
The US forces ostensibly sought to negotiate a settlement but promised to restart its offensive to retake the city if one was not reached. Military commanders said their goal in the siege was to capture those responsible for the numerous deaths of US and Iraqi security personnel. As the siege continued, insurgents conducted hit-and-run attacks on US Marine positions. The Marines had announced a unilateral ceasefire.
UK now are sending Military personnels to Bin Ghazi and this will escalate the war making Libya another Iraq and will give US another opportunity to invade and occupy Libya.
Barak Obama is the biggest disappointment since he become President. The US economy is in big trouble, US dollar is losing against all major currencies, the big deficit and he is raising the military budget. Osama Bin Laden looks like winning the war by making US financially bankrupt.
This is interesting that US is providing support to Al Qaeda in Libya.
Source : Telegraph UK
I am not fan of Gadaffi but if he lost the power than Libya will be in hands of fundamentalists like Iraq’s Shia government. Saddam Hussein was better than the currect Iraq Shia regime.
There are also reports that US is providing support to Syrians to over throw Bashar Assad.
Bahrain is another story where US is supporting the government because they believe that the uprising there will benefit Iran. US also don’t want to lose support of Saudis who does not want Shias uprising to succeed.
What will be the end result? More wars more occupation, more killings of civilians. The financial crisis will make US just like another third world country.
All this democracy and librarting countries are US propaganda which will destabilze Libya, Syria, Bahrain and Yemen.
The UN needs reforms by eleminating UN Security council dictatorship who has the power to veto any resolution which is against their interests. The world affairs must be decided by UN General Council vote where all the countries have the same previliges not the dictatorship of US, UK, France, China, Russia.
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Posted by QB on October 27, 2007
The Bush regime planned installing Missile Defense System is making Russian President very uncomfortable calling it security risk for Russia. Putin is comparing Bush regime planned Missile Defense System to 1960 Russia Missile System installed in Cuba. He also said that Russia has dismantle all its Missile Defense System from Vietnam and Cuba.
|”Analogous actions by the Soviet Union, when it deployed missiles in Cuba, prompted the ‘Caribbean crisis,”’ Putin said at a news conference at the end of a European Union-Russian summit in Portugal, using the Russian term for the Cuban missile crisis.”Such a threat is being set up on our borders,” he said.</td
Putin was diplomatic saying that US is listening to Russia’s concern, which is not true, Bush is madman running with razer blade, don’t listen and pay attention to any advice which can end useless conflicts. The purpose of Bush criminal regime is to create new conflicts not to bring peace to this world. Hugo Chavez was right that Oil prices soon hit USD 100 barrel if Bush did not stop threatening Oil producing countries, yesterday Oil close at USD 92 barrel. Hugo Chavez also suggested a solution which is to “send Bush to mental hospital”, this sure will work.
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Posted by QB on June 5, 2007
Putin is threatening that Russia will place its own missiles with nuclear head towards Europe if US does not stop building Defense Missiles System in Eastern Europe. Bush on the other hand in Czech Republic spreading this “FREEDOM AGENDA” where he criticize Russia’s democracy is derailed and this will make Putin more angry. The US democracy was derailed when Bush was appointed President of the country. Bush regime has done everything in their power to derailed the country democratic system. Patriotic act, detained people without any charges, Abu Ghraib prison torture, Guantanamo Bay prison detention and torture, spying on Americans, freedom of speech where all opposing views are considered unpatriotic, corruption of Bush cabinet with his own crime of lying to the World to invade Iraq. The rest of the world would applause each and every word coming out of Bush’s mouth but nobody has the courage to point these undemocratic attitude of Bush regime. Bush really is shameless characterless person who is in Europe giving sermon to Czech about “DEMOCRACY”.
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Posted by QB on May 29, 2007
Russia has test its new missile with capability to carry multiple warheads with long range of 6000 km. This was very much expected from Russia as the country is feeling so uncomfortable with US installing missiles defence system in Europe. Bush wrong policies are to be blamed. Russia has the right to defend itself against the growing threat of US.
In what is becoming the most serious confrontation between Russia and the West since the end of the Cold War, Mr Putin made clear that Moscow was determined to confront the American plan to site missile defences in eastern Europe.
“We consider it harmful and dangerous to turn Europe into a powder keg and to stuff it with new weapons,” Mr Putin told Portugal’s Prime Minister Jose Socrates at a meeting in the Kremlin.
“It creates new and unnecessary risks for the whole system of international and European relations.”
Russia has tested a new type of ballistic missile at the same time as warning the West that deployment of any missile shield would turn Europe into a “powder keg”.
Moscow said the missile travelled 6000 kilometres before hitting its target at the Kura test site north of Japan.
It was carrying multiple warheads designed to specifically evade a missile shield.
President Vladimir Putin says he told the visiting Portugese Prime Minister his concern at present relations with the west. He drew attention to the fact that certain countries had not signed the Conventional Forces Treaty limiting military build-up in Europe, and reiterated his opposition to the American plans.
Up to now Washington has dismissed Russia’s fears about the planned installation, insisting it only wants to protect itself against attacks from “rogue states”.
It has continued to talk to key eastern European countries, such as Poland and the Czech Republic, about the possible provision of facilities.
The test firing follows a trip by Putin himself to those key countries to underline his displeasure at the proposals.
The new missile would apparently be capable of hitting the east coast of America, if fired from Moscow, in less than an hour. Source : Russia warns the west it is playing with fire as it tests new missile.
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Posted by QB on October 23, 2006
The Russia clearly has made their view clear that they are not in favor of imposing UN Security Council sanctions on Iran which is very strongly proposed by Bush regime and its European allies with most vocal advocate is Israel.
This is the common tendency which is very clear that US and Israel do not want any Muslim nation to have weapons for their own defence and these both countries keep developing and accumulating the stockpiles of Weapons of Mass Destruction. The US and Israel don’t want their enemies to ever reach to their level of weapons power so that they can keep them under their control with these weapons power which actually is not working. Israel faces a humiliating withdrawal from Lebanon and US and its powerful British allies lost the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their military weapons did not provide them the victories.
Ahmadinejad is giving assurances on daily basis that Iran’s uranium enrichment program is for their peaceful energy purposes and they have no intentions of developing Nuclear Weapons. Iran legally has the right under NPT for uranium enrichment which US and its European allies with Israel wants them to abandon simply because that’s what they want. Bush regime wants the whole world to live according their doctrines.
Ehud Olmert is shouting loudly to stop Iran Nuclear program never mentioned a single word about their own Nuclear Chemical and Biological Weapons and they are the only country in Middle east with stockpiles of these Weapons of Mass Destruction. . Ehud Olmert must accept to sign NPT and open Israel Nuclear facilities for UN inspection if they don’t have anything to hide, this is not going to happen as US has already veto IAEA proposal which was to go into UN General Assembly for voting on NPT.
Israel had problem Hezbollah getting weapons and rockets for defending themselves against any aggression but had no shame getting all kinds of latest WMD from US in the name of security. This is hypocrisy and double standards of Israel.
Ehud Olmert also is trying to draw attention of the world to Ahmadinejad words that Israel must wiped off the map that these words must be taken seriously has forget that Israel and US are making similar kinds of threats to Iran with air strikes on their nuclear facilities and even using the Nuclear Bombs and their same old rhetoric changing the Iranian regime which is very democratically elected. Iranians see these threats against their country as real danger for their survival.
Iran would conditionally be willing to discuss the suspension of uranium enrichment in the nuclear talks with the European Union, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mohammad-Ali Hosseini said.
“Although suspension (of the uranium enrichment process) has no place in Iran’s nuclear policies, if the conditions were fair, also this issue could be discussed in the negotiations,” the Mehr news agency quoted the spokesman as saying.
“Suspension cannot be the main condition for the talks but one of the issues,” the spokesman added without further elaborating.
Also Foreign Minister Manuchehr Mottaki had said over the weekend that although Iran saw no logic in the Western suspension demand, Iran would still be prepared to raise the issue in negotiations.
The Iranian parliament has already warned that in case of UN sanctions the government would be obliged to cut cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and stop IAEA inspections. Some hard-line circles even call for withdrawal from the Non- Proliferation Treaty.
This is clear indication that Iran do not have any ambition of developing Nuclear Weapons and their program is for energy purposes. The Iran is not really scared of UN Security Council sanctions resolutions because they know very well that US don’t have the votes and Russia backing off from any Iran sanctions most probably China following the same policy.
Europeans must keep negotiating with Iran and that is the only solution for this crisis.
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Posted by QB on October 18, 2006
The US and European press is criticizing Hugo Chavez with their propaganda by criticising the good work he is doing since he took office for the poor people of Venezuela as well as providing financial help to the neighboring countries and all around the world. The business news published in Globe and Mail today had a very stupid analysis related to OPEC meeting which will be held in Qatar to look into the declining oil prices. The Globe and mail news is suggesting that OPEC will reject Hugo Chavez proposal of cutting the oil production to boast the prices which will hurt him in comming December election. The US business news also falsely reported that Venezuela is running the budget deficit which is a lie as they have budget surplus.
He has used the country’s petrodollars to fund social programs that have garnered him tremendous support among the poor in Venezuela, where he faces an increasingly competitive election in seven weeks. He also financed international aid commitments that bolstered his image abroad, including his as-yet unsuccessful attempt this week to win a seat on the United Nations Security Council.
The Globe and Mail business news said that Hugo Chavez social program done for the poor are something very bad. The Globe and Mail correspondent SHAWN MCCARTHY is misreporting that Hugo Chavez is up for a competitive election. The truth is Hugo Chavez is way ahead of his opponent with over 51% to 22% which really does not make this election very compititive. Hugo Chavez good deeds are also projected as evil because providing financial help to Cuba and other Latin American countries does not look bad in any way no matter what intentions he had in his heart.
This is what Guardian has written in one of their article about Hugo Chavez. Since his election as president in 1998, Mr Chávez has won support from the poor by using oil revenues to fund Barrio Adentro, a programme of free clinics, Misión Robinson, a literacy programme, and subsidised state-run shops known as mercals. Mr Chavez, who is running against Manuel Rosales, governor of the state of Zulia, is expected to win on December 3, and is reaching out to those unhappy with his ties to Cuba and anti-US rhetoric.
Hugo Chavez good diplomatic and economic relations with Cuba Bolivia Argentina and Brazil is something Bush regime must learn instead of criticizing. The US and Western press and media try to potray Hugo Chavez who is trying to take over Latin America with his socialists revolution is again false propaganda. Hugo Chavez do support the socialists in other countries elections just like US support the religious Christian candidates who are the protector of their interests in their countries. Hugo Chavez supporting socialists in Latin America is for the betterment of poor people to provide them facilities education and better life. Bush regime support for Christian conservatives is for the protection of their big corporations and keep explioting Latin Americas natural resources.
The socialists revolution is on the rise in Latin America and if Latin Americans do not fall into US and Western media propaganda they can have the better life. CIA killed Che Guevara in Bolivia to eliminiate the evil communism threat and now after 40 years Boliva had the socialists President Evo Morales. US failed and Che Guevara win.
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Posted by QB on October 17, 2006
The Pakistan government has ban all the criticism on military by using its constitutional law.
“We won’t allow anyone to criticise Pakistan, the integrity of Pakistan and the institution of the armed forces as it is enshrined in the constitution,” information minister Muhammad Ali Durrani said in Karachi last night.
This concept is actually supported by all the countries including USA Europe and all the Western democracies that military is above any criticism because it is unpatriotic to question their actions. The large number of Americans who do oppose the Iraq invasion always add that they support the troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The politicians are scared to criticise the military brutal murdering of civilians as they don’t wanted to be labeled as unpatriotic. They try to coverup their military atrocities with all sort of nonsense and try to make it look like brave heroic efforts.
I remember reading the news that Pakistan military killed innocent children women in fighting the socalled Bush “war on terror” in Waziristan and there was no criticism of these murders committed by Pakistan military. The Pakistan military paid the high price for this offense when Waziristan tribes killed hundreds of Pakistani soldiers in one day.
The atrocities must be condemned if done by their own military and it is not unpatriotic to criticise one’s own military.
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Posted by QB on October 16, 2006
They all must be reading my blog and start saying what I am trying to make them to understand from last 5 years.
British troops could be in Afghanistan for another 20 years, according to a main opposition Conservative MP and Territorial Army soldier who has just returned from a tour of duty there.
Mark Lancaster said in an interview with the UK Parliamentary House Magazine Monday, that there needed to be “political honesty” about the commitment. Lancaster, who spent eight weeks during the summer on British Army service in Afghanistan, said his tour of duty had left him better informed of the difficulties facing the NATO mission there. “I do know that progress is being made, but it is painfully slow,” he said.
“I also know that if we are to create a stable society, eradicate the poppy fields and provide a genuine alternative livelihood for farmers, that is going to take a very long time, perhaps 15 to 20 years, even longer if we add the objective of ‘combating terrorism’ to the pot.” He said. “If I am right, then the time has come for a degree of political honesty in assessing our commitment to the Afghanistan problem,” the MP added.
“If we are to remain, then our commitment will not be just for ‘a couple of years’ but more like ‘a couple of decades’ if there is to be any hope of there being lasting change….This is the debate Parliament needs to have,” Lancaster concluded.
There are around 4,500 British troops in Afghanistan, the majority in the troubled region of Helmand. (end) he.
You can find my previous posts on Afghanistan where I said that this war will continue for decades if US and its allies insists to keep their occupation of Afghans. Tony Blair will be one within six months leaving Britain in very bad situation in Afghanistan and Iraq also make the country lost its image all around the world except ofcourse in USA.
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Posted by QB on October 14, 2006
According to several sources, the European Union will announce on Tuesday that it is breaking off talks with Iran on its nuclear programme. The implication is the talks are producing nothing that can defuse the crisis, and that the matter will then go to the UN Security Council where there is, according to the French foreign minister, a “large degree of agreement” between its permanent members and Germany, which has also been involved in the negotiations. Iran thus appears to be drinking in the last chance saloon, and the message coming from the West is clear; Iran has just over 72 hours to allay international fears over its use of nuclear technology.
Bush regime anxiously waiting for UN Security Council sanction resultion on Iran Nuclear program. China and Russia backed off from imposing tough sanctions will not let the UN and US and its European allies to pass a tough resolution against Iran. China and Russia has big oil business interests with Iran.
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Posted by QB on October 12, 2006
There are many headline news related to violence killing of a Catholic Priest for Pope’s comments. Bush and Blair regime trying to discredit the new report of 665,000 Iraqi civilian death since these regime illegal criminal invasion and occupation of Iraq. There is one news that Sunni and Shias clerics will call for sectarian peace from Mecca.
The news about killing some Iraqi Catholic Priest is very very very sad ignorant act of terrorism. The murdered Priest had no authority on Pope’s statements or his views, this poor guy was in no position to ask Pope Benedict to apologise for his comments. The people who had murdered this Priest for the love of God are not actually God’s people and they are not the protector of God’s religions. These murderers are the ignorant fools and aides of Devil. I have deep sympathy for the Iraqi Catholic Christians for the brutal murder of their Priest. May God provide comfort to forget this loss.
North Korea nuclear threat is main topic on all mainstream media talk shows and news and Republicans are trying their best to frame it as the failure of Bill Clinton administration like Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda. Bush regime with all its arrogance is trying to impose strict sanctions on North Korea which will escalate the problem because Kim Jong Il government want the international community to ease of some of their country hardships with financial aid. China has backed off from imposing hard sanctions on North Korea and this is the right approach in bringing the matter to resolve peacefully. Russia and China on Thursday opposed tough sanctions the U.S. wants to impose against North Korea this week for its claimed nuclear test, saying they want time to work out a more moderate response to Pyongyang’s nuclear brinkmanship. After several hours of closed-door negotiations late in the day, Russia and China — the two Security Council nations closest to Pyongyang — reported good progress.
I did mentioned the sectarian violence couple of weeks back which can immediately be stopped by one statement coming out of Grand Satan Sistani mouth. The call for peace from Mecca will not really do any good for this sectarian violence because Grand Satan Sistani silence is kind of approval for the Shias to kill Sunnis. The man who is treated like god among Iraqi Shias had not spoken since Muqtada Al Sadr incident and he intervened because of political reasons which were to stop the growing political support for this young Shia cleric.
Shias must bring this Grand Satan Sistani out in the public with force and ask him to call for peace between Sunnis and Shias.
Interesting news from Britain.
Army chief declares war on Blair: ‘We must quit Iraq soon’
US government is delaying the departure of thousands of troops from Iraq while speeding up the arrival of new troops to keep the level of troops higher. This is Bush regime effort to bring down the sectarian violence and the present troops are 142,000 in Iraq. Armed attacks on U.S. soldiers and Iraqis in Baghdad have increased by 43 percent since midsummer, despite an ongoing American-led campaign to secure individual neighborhoods, the top U.S. military spokesman in Iraq said Thursday.
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Posted by QB on October 9, 2006
The North Korean Nuclear Test come at appropriate time which is justified by reasoning that Kim Jong-Il has took this decision for the protection of his country and his own people. North Korea is living under constant threat from mentally unstable Bush regime since he included North Korea and Iran in his famous axis of evil speech. Bush regime who invaded Iraq because they know that Saddam Hussein did not have any Nuclear Weapons. Kim Jong-Il from Iraq invasion learned the right lesson that they have to quickly develop Nuclear Weapons to avoid US preemptive attack. North Koreans work quickly and I am glad that they have conducted successful Nuclear test for the protection of their country and people. Kim Jong-Il leadership and his strong will should be appreciated with countries like Iran must stop trying to act like children trying to convince the world that their Nuclear program is for energy purposes and go for the Nuclear Weapons like North Koreans.
The Nuclear Weapons program is so hypocritical unjust and dictatorial that by looking at it fairly can’t condemn weaker nations to developed their own Nuclear Weapons for their defence purposes. We already have enough WMD which are more than enough to destroy the whole world possessed by Big Five UN Security Council permanent members. These members are the biggest UN NPT violators who are sitting on piles of Chemicals, Biological, Nuclear Weapons and wants the rest of the world to sign NPT. This is pure hypocrisy and monopoly on Weapons which only US, China, Russia, France, UK have for the protection of their countries and people and the rest of the world population has to live under constant threat of invasion and occupation by USA, UK and Russia.
These US is the major supplier of Weapons of Mass Destructions to Israel which has changed the Middle East military balance of power in the region. Israel Nuclear program goes under US protection of veteos and Iran is threaten by EU and US sanctions and air strikes on small uranium enrichment program.
The US has approximately 500 billion military budget and they have problem with Hugo Chavez spending few billions on its military Weapons imports from China and Russia.
The US is in no position to take any military action against North Korea to pursue their regime change policy or air strike on its Nuclear facilities because that will bring death and destruction in millions. North Korea would have not conducted this Nuclear test if Bush regime had engaged in negotiations providing them assurances that they are not planning any attack for regime change and take back the “axis of evil” comments but this regime don’t know what diplomacy means in international relations.
The following is statement of North Korean UN Ambassador and I agree with him that this Nuclear test provides the peace guarantee in the reagion is not threat to paeace.
“It will be better for the Security Council of the United Nations to congratulate the DPRK scientists and researchers instead of doing such notorious, useless and rigorous resolutions or whatever,” Pak said, referring to the North by its formal name, the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea.
While many council members said the test would be a threat to international peace and security, Pak claimed just the opposite.
“The nuclear test in the DPRK will greatly contribute in increasing the world deterrence of the DPRK” and will contribute “to the maintenance and guarantee of peace and security in the peninsula and the region,” he said.
This story will continue for days to come and Bush will hold press conference today and it would be interesting to listen what he has to say.
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Posted by QB on October 4, 2006
European negotiator showing his frustrations with negotiating Iran on uranium enrichment and said that these negotiations are not going forward to reach an mutual agreement with Iran refusing to stop its enrichment program. EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said if negotiations stopped than the matter will go into UN Security Council which is kind of threat of imposing sancations on Iran. Iran President Ahmadinejad is firm that sanctions will not make them to stop their peaceful neclear program.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned the West that sanctions would not stop his government from uranium enrichment.
“You are mistaken if you assume that the Iranian nation will stop for even a moment from the path toward using nuclear energy due to your nagging,” he told supporters, drawing chants of “Death to America!” from a crowd in Hashtgerd, outside the Iranian capital, Tehran.
“It’s been 27 years that they (the West) haven’t allowed us to use technologies that they possess,” Ahmadinejad said. “This nation is powerful and won’t give in to one iota of coercion.”
Ahmadinejad also announced that Iran’s nuclear facilities will be open for torrorists to show West that their program is peaceful and they have nothing to hide. Also Iranian Partiliment voted to debate a bill to finger print US citizens visiting Iran and this is in response to US finger printing Iranian citizens.
Interesting situation developing.
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