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Liberating Libya.

Posted by QB on April 27, 2011

The meaning of “LIBERATE” is changed by US and its Europeann Allies. The word “LIBERATING” is used by US and European Allies for interferring in other countries internal affair, unnecessary aggression, political murder, killing civilians calling it protecting civilians.

Libya is the latest example of US and its European allies target. UN Security Council is a joke where five countries can pass any resolution or veto any resolution for their own interests. The UN Security Council resolution against Libya was passed when there were few civilian casualties in Libya, the resolution was passed quickly and immediately Libya was under air bombing attack. These air strikes has killed more civilians than Gaddafi’s government.

US has killed and are killing more civilians than any other government of the world in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and Vietnam.

The agenda in Liyba is to install another puppet government under US and European Allies the so called democracy, like Iraq and Afghanistan. The changes are that Libya will be very unstable country like Iraq and Afghanistan with different factions and tribes will be fighting each other for power resulting more civilians deaths unstable country. There is also the chances that religious Jihadis will gain more power. The latest news coming out of Egypt is that Muslim Brotherhood is gaining ground in that country before elections. It is really surprising for me that none of the Analysts see their interference can help the extermist groups.

The US economy is in deep trouble with huge deficit, no jobs (all jobs are outsource to India), US Dollar is slipping down against all currencies (personally too painful for me) and US is still playing World police trying to Liberate Libya. China will be the biggest economy by 2016 is the latest economists forecast. The US Dollar will not be the world reserve currency but Republicans and Democrats are busy in their usual politics instead of doing something positive to solve problems.

The only way to get out of this mess is to stop outsourcing jobs to India, cut military budget, stop interferring in other countries.

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Ahmadinejad UN Speech full of fire and truth. UN General Assembly 2007 Speech Transcript.

Posted by QB on September 25, 2007

Ahmadinejad speech was full of fire at UN General Assembly where he criticize USA Britain France Germany and other USA European allies without mentioning their names. Ahmadinejad this year speech was better than his last year UN General Assembly speech. Ahmadinejad very strongly criticized the UN Security Council which is dominated by the big five permanent members using it to protect their own interests with punishing the countries with brutal embargo and sanctions.

Ahmadinejad did mentioned the human rights violations of US government by clearly pointing out to secret prisons wire taping of its own citizens. Ahmadinejad criticize the Israel Zionist government.

The full transcript of his speech will be posted as soon it get available on the internet. Reading the full transcript of his speech will help the people to understand his point of view. Following are few quotes from his speech.

“In the last two years, abusing the Security Council, the arrogant powers have repeatedly accused Iran and even made military threats and imposed illegal sanctions against it,” the Iranian leader said.

“Fortunately, the IAEA has recently tried to regain its legal role as support of the rights of its members while supervising nuclear activities,” he said. “We see this as a correct approach adopted by the agency.”

“Previously, they illegally insisted on politicizing the Iranian nation’s nuclear case, but today, because of the resistance of the Iranian nation, the issue is back to the agency, and I officially announce that in our opinion the nuclear issue of Iran is now closed and has turned into an ordinary agency matter,” Ahmadinejad said.

Iran will now “pursue the issue through its appropriate legal path, one that runs through the IAEA, and to disregard unlawful and political impositions by the arrogant powers,” he said.

Speaking to reporters later, Ahmadinejad attempted to clarify Tehran’s stance on its nuclear program.

“It’s closed as a political issue,” he said, stressing that it is a legal issue “and therefore should have been examined solely within the framework of the IAEA.”

“However, certain big powers … have made every effort to turn a simple legal issue into a very loud, controversial, political issue,” he said.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): In the name of God, the compassionate and the merciful, oh, God, hasten the arrival of Imam al-Mahdi and grant him good health and victory and make us his followers and those who attest to his rightfulness.

Mr. President, excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, I am pleased and grateful to the almighty to have the opportunity once again to attend this important universal forum.

In the present tumultuous world and with the predominance of loud outcries, threats and tensions, and at a time when the big powers are unable to solve present problems, when mistrust in regional and international arenas is on the rise, when the psychological security of societies is being targeted by an onslaught of political and propaganda designs, and disappointment prevails over efficacy of policies and actions of the international organizations in the establishment of a durable peace and security, and the protection of human rights is being weakened, I plan to touch upon and explain the roots of and the ways out of these predicaments and some of the principal challenges facing our world.

I will also speak to you about the need for remedying the present situation, prospects for a brighter and more hopeful future, and about the appearance of the sublime and beauty, compassion and generosity, justice and blossoming of all the God-given human talents and the prominence of faith in God and realization of the promise of God.

I will then submit to your judgment the nuclear issue of Iran as a reality and testing ground for the measurement of honesty, efficacy, steadfastness and accomplishment.

In the closing part of my statement, I will offer my proposals.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Dear friends and colleagues, as you are all aware, mankind is currently facing important, numerous and diverse challenges and I will refer to some of them.

One, organized attempts to destroy the institution of family and to weaken the status of women. Family is the most sacred and valuable human institution that serves as the center of the purest mutual love and affection amongst mothers, fathers and children, and as a safe environment for the nurturing of human generations and a fertile ground for the blossoming of talents and compassion.

This institution has always been respected by all peoples, religions and cultures. Today, we are witnessing an organized invasion by the enemies of humanity and plunderers to destroy this noble institution that is targeted by promoting lewdness, violence and by breaking the boundaries of chastity and decency.

The precious existence of women, as the manifestation of divine beauty and as the peak of kindness, affection and purity has been the target of heavy exploitation in recent decades by the holders of power and the owners of media and wealth.

In some societies, this beloved human has been reduced to a mere instrument of publicity and all the boundaries and protective shields of chastity, purity and beauty have been trampled. This is a colossal betrayal of human society, of succeeding generations and an irreparable blow to the pillar of social coherence, the family.

Two, widespread violations of human rights, terrorism and occupation.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Unfortunately, human rights are being extensively violated by certain powers, especially by those who pretend to be their exclusive advocates.

Setting up secret prisons, abducting persons, trials and secret punishments, without any regard to due process, extensive tappings of telephone conversations, intercepting private mail, and frequent summons to police and security centers have become commonplace and prevalent.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): They use various pretexts to occupy sovereign states and cause insecurity and division, and then use the prevailing situation as an excuse to continue their occupation.

For more than 60 years, Palestine, as compensation for the loss that they incurred during the war in Europe, has been under occupation of the illegal Zionist regime.

The Palestinian people have been displaced or are under heavy military pressure, economic siege, or are incarcerated under abhorrent conditions. The occupiers are protected and praised, while the innocent Palestinians are subjected to political, military, and propaganda onslaught.

The people of Palestine are deprived of water, electricity, and medicine for the sin of asking for freedom. And the government that was freely elected by the people is targeted.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Terrorists are being organized to attack the lives and property of the people with the blessings of the politicians and military officials of the big powers. The brutal Zionists carry out targeted assassinations of Palestinians in their homes and cities, and terrorists are decorated with medals of peace and receive support from the big powers.

On the other hand, they gather a number of Jews from different parts of the world through false propaganda and with the promise of providing them with welfare, jobs and food, and settle them in the occupied territories, exposing them to the harshest restrictions, psychological pressures and constant threats.

They prevent these people from returning to their homelands and by coercion and propaganda induce them to malevolence toward the indigenous Palestinian people.

Iraq was occupied under the pretext of overthrowing a dictator and the existence of weapons of mass destruction. The Iraqi dictator, who had been supported by the same occupiers, was disposed of, and no weapons of mass destruction were discovered. But the occupation continues under different excuses. No day passes without people being killed, wounded or displaced. And the occupiers not only refuse to be accountable and ashamed of their adventure, but speak in a report of a new market for their armaments as a result of their military adventure.

They even oppose the constitution the national assembly and the government established by the vote of the people while they do not even have the courage to declare their defeat and exit Iraq.

Unfortunately, we are witnessing the biter truth that some powers do not value any nation or human beings and the only things that matter to them are themselves, their political parties and their groups.

In their view, human rights are tantamount to profits for their companies and their friends. The rights and dignity of the American people are also being sacrificed for the selfish desires of those holding power.

Three, aggressions against indigenous cultures and national values.

Culture is the manifestation of identity and the key to the survival of nations and the foundation for their interaction with others. In an organized movement, indigenous cultures that are messengers of monotheism, love and fraternity are being subjected to broad and destructive aggressions. National customs and values are humiliated, and the self-esteem and character of nations are ridiculed and defamed.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): The purpose is to promote blind emulations, consumerism, skepticism toward God and human values, and plundering other people’s wealth by big powers.

Fourth: Poverty, illiteracy, health care issues, and the gap between the poor and rich. While a major part of the natural environment in Asia, Africa, and Latin American is being plundered by the political and economic domination of certain powers, the situation of poverty and depravation is very alarming.

Let me draw your attention to some data which was issued by the United Nations. Every day, close to 800 million people go to bed hungry, and about 980 million suffered from absolute poverty with less than $1 a day in purchasing power.

People of 31 countries, equivalent to 9 percent of the world’s population, have an average life expectancy of 46 years, which is 32 years less than the average of developed countries.

The gap between the rich and the poor in some parts of the world has increased by 40 times, and many countries, the majority of the people are deprived of access to education and schooling.

In developing countries, the maternal mortality rate during pregnancy is 450 per 100,000. This ratio is seven in the richer nations and the ratio of mortality of new births is 59 for developing countries and six for the richer nations. One-third of the deaths in the world, or 50,000 people daily, result from poverty. I believe this data clearly demonstrates the tragic situation dominating economic interactions in the world.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Five: Ignoring noble values and the promotion of deception and lies. Some powers sacrifice all human values, including honesty, purity, and trust for the advancement of their goals.

They propagate skepticism and deception in their relations between states and peoples. They lie openly, level baseless charges against others, act contrary to legal norms and damage the climate of trust and friendship.

They openly abandon morality and noble values in their relations with others and substitute selfishness, supremacy, amnesty and imposition for justice, respect for others, love, affection and honesty. They sacrifice all the good things and the sublime in life for their own greed.

Six: Violations of rules of international law and disrespect of commitments. Some who were themselves the drafters of international law openly and easily violate it and apply discriminatory policies and double standards to others. They drafted disarmament regulations, but every day test and stock pile new generations of lethal weapons.

They frame the Charter of the United Nations, but show disrespect to the right of self-determination and independence of sovereign nations. They conveniently abrogate their (inaudible) and do not yield to laws concerning protection of the environment. Most of the violations of international obligations are committed by a few global powers.

Seven: Escalation of threats and the arms race.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Some powers, whenever their logic fails, simply use the language of threat. The huge arms race casts a shadow of threats over the globe. The nations of Europe were the victims of two world wars and a number of other devastating conflicts and were subjected to the consequences of the Cold War for many decades.

Today, they’re living under the shadow of the threat and their interests, security and lands are endangered under the shadow of the arms race imposed by certain big powers. A bullying power allows itself the right to set up a missile system, makes the life of the people of the continent bitter and lays the ground for an arms race.

Some rulers, who superficially appear to be powerful, believe the tools they have at hand can be used at any time and for any purpose, and consequently, threaten others and cast a shadow of insecurity over nations and regions.

International organizations and mechanisms clearly lack the capacity to overcome problems and challenges to put in fair — place fair and just relations of peace, fraternity and security. There is hardly any government or nation that places much hope in these mechanisms to secure its rights or defend its independence, territorial integrity and national interests.

Dear friends and colleagues, there are many more challenges than the ones I have enumerated and I know that one would have introduced more if one had wanted to touch upon them. But I chose to confine myself to the ones I have stated. Now the important and decisive question concerns the roots and causes of these challenges.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): A scientific and careful analysis shows that the root of the present situation lies in two fundamental factors.

Without doubt, the first factor lies in the relations arising from the consequences of the Second World War. The victors of the war drew the road map for global domination and formulated their policies not on the basis of justice, but for ensuring the interests of the victors over the vanquished nations.

Therefore, mechanisms arising from this approach and related policies have not been capable of finding just solutions for global solutions since 60 years ago.

Some big powers still behave like the victors of the world war and regard other states and nations, even those that had nothing to do with the war, as the vanquished and humiliate other nations and demand extortion through condescending positions similar to that of the master-servant relationship of the Medieval ages.

They believe that they should have more rights than others and also are not accountable to any international organizations.

Mr. President, among all the ineffective bodies, unfortunately the U.N. Security Council ranks first. They have created circumstances in which some powers with exclusive and special right to veto in the Security Council act as prosecutor, judge and executioner, regardless of being a defendant or respondent.

It is natural for countries have been subjected to those powers’ infringements of their rights have no hope in getting what they deserve from the council.

Unfortunately, humanity has witnessed in all long wars, like the Korean and Vietnam wars, the war of the Zionists against the Palestinians and against Lebanon, the war of Saddam against the people of Iran, and the ethnic wards of Europe and Africa, one of the members of the Security Council was one of the belligerents who supported one party against the other, usually the aggressor for the conflict itself.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Let’s look at Iraq. They first occupied the country and then received authorization from the Security Council, the same council in which the same occupiers have the right to veto.

Who should the people of Iraq complain about? And where should they take their complaints with hopes of securing their rights?

We saw in Lebanon that some powers for a long 33 days prevented the Security Council from taking any action against the Zionist regime with the hope of giving them time to achieve victory.

However, when they became disappointed in seeing their hopes unfulfilled, they decided to cease the hostility by adopting a resolution. But the duty of the Security Council is to prevent the expansion of conflicts, to put in place cease-fires, and to promote peace and safety.

To whom and what organization should the people of Lebanon complain?

Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, the presence of some monopolistic powers has prevented the Security Council from performing its main duty which is the maintenance of international peace and security based on justice.

The credibility of the council has been tarnished and its efficacy in defending the rights of the U.N. member states has been undermined. Many nations have lost their confidence in the council.

Some other mechanisms, such as the monetary and banking mechanisms, are in the same undesirable situation and have been turned into tools for the imposition of the wishes of some powers on other nations.

It is evident that these mechanisms are not capable of responding to current needs and solving challenges and establishing fair and sustainable relations.

Dear colleagues, again, there is no doubt that the second and more important factor is some big powers’ disregard of morals, divine values, the teachings of the prophets and the instructions by the almighty God, as well as the rule of the (inaudible).

How can the incompetents, who cannot even manage and control themselves, rule humanity and arrange its affairs?

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Unfortunately, they have put themselves in the position of God. They were in servitude to their own whims and the desire to have everything for themselves.

For them, human dignity and the lives, properties, and territories of others are no longer respected. Humanity has had a deep wound on its tired body, caused by impious powers, for centuries.

Today, the problems that people around the world face are mainly rooted in the disregard of human values and ethics, and also in the rule of the selfish and incompetent.

Friends, ladies, and gentlemen, the only sustainable way to the betterment of mankind is the return to the teachings of the divine prophets, monotheism, respect for the dignity of humans, and the flow of love and affection in all relationships, ties, and regulations, and to reform the present structures on this basis.

To fulfill this objective, I invite everyone — everybody to form a front of fraternity, amity, and sustainable peace, based on monotheism and justice, under the name of “Coalition for Peace,” (ph) to prevent incursions and arrogance and to promote the culture of affection and justice.

I hereby announce that, with the help of all independent, justice-seeking and peace-loving nations, the Islamic Republic of Iran will be heading down this path.

Monotheism, justice, and compassion for humans should dominate all the pillars of the U.N. And this organization should be a forum for justice, and every member should enjoy equal spiritual and legal support.

The general assembly, as the representative of the international community, should be considered the most important pillar of the U.N., in order to, free from any pressure and threats by the powers, take required measures for the reforming of the U.N. structures, and especially change the present status of the Security Council and defined new structures, based on justice and democracy with the purpose of becoming responsive to the present requirements and to be able to settle existing challenges, heading to the establishment of an enduring stability and security.

Mr. President, Excellencies, the nuclear issue of Iran is a clear example of how such mechanisms perform and the prevailing thoughts behind them.

You are all aware that Iran is a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency and has always observed its rules and regulation, and has had the most extensive cooperation with this agency in all areas.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): All our nuclear activities have been completely peaceful and transparent. According to the statute of the IAEA, any member has a number of rights and obligations. In fact, all members have to stay on a peaceful path and, under the supervision of the agency, assist other members. And they are entitled to be supported by the agency and have access to the fuel cycle with the help of the agency and its members.

Thus far, Iran has fulfilled all of its obligations but has been deprived of other members’ technical assistance and, even at times, of the agency’s support.

For about five years, some of the aforementioned powers have, by exerting heavy pressure on the IAEA, attempted to prevent the Iranian nation from exercising its rights. They have derailed Iran’s nuclear issue from its legal tracks and have politicized the atmosphere to impose their wishes through taking advantage of all their potentials.

The government of Iran spared no effort to build confidence. But they were not satisfied with anything short of the complete halt of all activities, even those related to research and university fields. They were only after depriving the Iranian people of their inalienable rights, even to the extent that those centers not involved in the fuel cycle or not in need of supervision by the agency were closed.

After three years of negotiations and attempts to build confidence, the Iranian nation came to the firm belief that the main concern of these powers is not the possible deviation of Iran’s nuclear activities, but is to prevent its scientific progress under this pretext.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): And if this trend continues, there will be no possibility for Iran to enjoy its rights, not even in the next 20 years.

Therefore, Iran decided to pursue the issue through its appropriate, legal path, one that runs through the IAEA, and to disregard unlawful and political impositions by the arrogant powers.

In the last two years, abusing the Security Council, the arrogant powers have repeatedly accused Iran and even made military threats and imposed illegal sanctions against it.

However, by the grace of faith in God and national unity, Iran has moved forward step by step, and now our country is recognized as one with the capacity for industrial-scale fuel cycle production for peaceful purposes.

Unfortunately, the Security Council, in dealing with this obvious legal issue, was influenced by some bullying powers and failed to uphold justice and protect the rights of the Iranian people.

Fortunately, the IAEA has recently tried to regain its legal role as supporter of the rights of its members while supervising nuclear activities. We see this as a correct approach adopted by the agency.

Previously, they illegally insisted on politicizing the Iranian nation’s nuclear case, but today, because of the resistance of the Iranian nation, the issue is back to the agency.

And I officially announce that in our opinion the nuclear issue of Iran is now closed and has turned into an ordinary agency matter.

Today, many important questions have been raised about the nuclear activities of certain powers within the IAEA which should be dealt with properly.

Of course, Iran has always been and will be prepared to have constructive talks with all parties. I would like to thank all the nations and countries that during this difficult period defended the legal rights of my nation and motherland. And I also want to appreciate the members of the Non-Aligned Movement, our friends in the Security Council and the IAEA’s Board of Governors, the committed and law-abiding experts of the agency, and its director general, for their standing by the law.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): I would also like to announce that, unlike the monopolistic powers, the Iranian nation is ready to offer to other members its experiences in the form of educational programs and based on its obligations under the agency’s statue and under its supervision.

Now I would like to address those who have shown hostility toward the Iranian nation for about five years, offended and accused my people who have contributed to the history and civilization of the world. And I advise them to learn from history and their recent actions.

They badly mistreated the great Iranian nation, but they should be careful not to inflict the same on other members of international organizations and not to sacrifice the dignity of international organizations for the sake of their unlawful wishes.

Today, the nations of the world are wide awake and resistant. If you reform yourself, the world, the whole world will be reformed. Nations are inherently good and can coexist peacefully. Those powers should endeavor to serve their own people, others do not need them.

Is it not high time for these powers to return from the path of arrogance and obedience to Satan to the path of faith in God? Would they not like to be cleansed of the impurities, submit to the will of God and believe in him?

Faith in God means believing in honesty, purity, justice and compassion for others. They can be certain that they will benefit from purity, honesty, justice, and loving and respecting the human dignity.

They can also be certain that such values are more and more considered appropriate, valuable and beautiful by the nations of the world.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): This is the invitation of all the divine prophets, from Adam to Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus Christ, and Mohammed, peace be upon up him. If they accept this invitation, they will be saved. And if they don’t, the same calamities that befell the people of distant past will befall them, as well.

According to the Holy Koran, one who does not answer the divine call should not think that he has weakened God on earth. He has no companion but God and he is clearly engulfed by darkness. They have nothing of their own and cannot escape from the dominion of the rule of God and his will.

In this important gathering, I have to remind them of the following words of the almighty which has been mentioned in the Holy Koran. Do they not look at the powers and governments which came before them? If the people of the past had actually possessed something, they would have kept it and would not have let you possess it now.

God destroyed them because of their sins and nobody could protect them against the will of god. These powers have to know that the thoughts and methods based on oppression and injustice are doomed to failure. Do they not see the signs of vigilance and resistance based on monotheism, philanthropy and the justice-seeking spirit of the nations of the world? Do they not notice that we are nearing the sunset of the time of empires? I hope that this invitation will have a practical answer.

Excellencies, peoples and governments are not obliged to obey the injustice of certain powers. These powers, because of the reasons already mentioned, have lost the competence to lead the world. I officially declare that the age of relations arising from the second World War, as well as the era of materialistic thoughts based on arrogance and domination, is well over now.

AHMADINEJAD (THROUGH TRANSLATOR): Humanity has passed a perilous precipice, and the age of monotheism, purity, affinity, respecting others, justice and true peace-loving has commenced.

It is a divine promise that the truth will be victorious and the Earth will be inherited by the righteous. You who are free, believers and the people of the world, put your trust in God.

You who crave high values, wherever you are, try to prepare the grounds for the fulfillment of this great divine promise by serving the people and seeking justice.

The era of darkness will end. Prisoners will return home. The occupied lands will be freed. Palestine and Iraq will be liberated from the domination of the occupiers. And the people of America and Europe will be free of the pressures exerted by the Zionists.

The tenderhearted and humanity-loving governments will replace the aggressive and domineering ones. Human dignity will be regained.

The pleasing aroma of justice will permeate the world, and people will live together in a brotherly and affectionate manner.

Striving in this way to surrender rule to the righteous and perfect human, the promised one, is indeed the final cure for the wounds of humanity, the solution of all problems and the establishment of love, beauty, justice and a dignified life all over the world.

This belief and endeavor is the key to unity and the constructive interaction among nations, countries, the people of the world and all the true justice seekers.

Without any doubt, the promised one who is the ultimate savior, along with Jesus Christ and other holy saviors, will come. In the company of all believers, justice seekers and benefactors, he will establish a bright future and fill the world with justice and duty.

This is the promise of God, therefore it will be fulfilled.

Come, let’s play a part in the fulfillment of all this glory and duty. I wish for a bright future for all human beings and the dawn of the liberation of and freedom for all humans, and the rule of love and affection all around the world, as well as the elimination of oppression, hatred, and violence, a wish which I expect will be realized in the near future.

Thank you very much.


Source : Washington Post.

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USA veto UN Resolution against Israel.

Posted by QB on November 14, 2006

USA has veto another UN Security Council draft which condemn recent Israel offensive in Gaza Strip. John Bolton give the reason that this resolution was biased of Arab nations against Israel and politically motivated.

This is the most absurd stupid reason given by John Bolton. The US will veto all the resolutions against Israel to get away with all their brutalities and turn an blind eye on their nuclear weapons. The Muslim Arabs hate USA for its biased policies of supporting Israel. They see all the killings and destruction in Palestine and Lebanon are done with US permission and they are right to consider them as their enemy.

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Iran Sanctions draft rejected by Russia.

Posted by QB on November 2, 2006

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday that a European draft resolution imposing sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear program would isolate Iran.

“We cannot support those measures which in fact aim to isolate Iran from the outside world, including the isolation of the people who are charged with leading negotiations on the nuclear program,” the Interfax news agency quoted Lavrov as saying.

The resolution draft was tabled by Britain France and Germany which seeks to punish Iran for its defiance of a UN demand it halt uranium enrichment activities.

The United States is seeking to impose sanctions on Iran through the UN Security Council on the grounds that Tehran is developing a nuclear-weapons program under the garb of a civilian-use program. Iran, however, says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes only.

Lavrov said last month that Russia will oppose any attempts to use the UN Security Council to punish Iran for its nuclear program.

Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a telephone conversation on Monday that Moscow favored further talks on Iran’s nuclear program.

Tehran has said it wants talks with the major nations, but will not suspend its nuclear work as a prerequisite.

The Russian stand on the issue will make it impossible to pass any sanctions resolution on Iran and this will be bitter defeat for Bush regime in UN. Iran really had no fear of sanctions or any US invasion because they know that they are helpless to take any actions. The Iranian response is very clear from the begining that they will not stop their peaceful uranium enrichment program.

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Iran Nuclear Program.

Posted by QB on November 1, 2006

The Iran Nuclear issue is very much alive with EU and US pushing for UN Security Council Resolution to impose sanctions. Russia clearly is against any sanctions against Iran and China now joining Russia and calling for negotiations.

National Security Advisor Igor Ivanov said Tuesday Russia has no evidence that the Iranian nuclear program has military purposes. He called for a peaceful settlement for the Iranian nuclear file, based on guaranteeing Iran’s right to invest the nuclear energy in peaceful means and to work in parallel to that to assuring the international community that Tehran would comply with the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Ivanov urged Iran to fully cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to remove all doubts over its nuclear program.

China holds that all parties concerned should refrain from taking any action that may lead to the escalation of the situation on Iran nuclear issue, Chinese Forein Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao said Tuesday. Liu said some new situation emerged in Iran nuclear issue and China will continue to consult with other members of UN Security Council on relevant issues. Iran confirmed to have launched a second cascade of centrifuges last Sunday and vowed to conduct peaceful utilization of nuclear energy. The United States and other western countries are calling for a draft UN resolution that would impose sanctions on Iran.

Iran announced on Tuesday that its Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) would soon hold a new round of war-games. Iran war games shows that they have no intentions of stop their peaceful uranium enrichment program and show the EU and US that they are ready for any offense against their nuclear facilities or invasion.

The problem is that Bush regime still have two more years and they don’t believe in diplomatic negotiations. The chances are that Iran Nuclear issue will be escalated due to their stupid approach of confrontation.

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Dictatorship – Religious Hypocrisy – Nuclear Weapons.

Posted by QB on October 26, 2006

The rest of today’s news is depressing full of killings with political hypocrisy. The Iran Nuclear Program is heating up at UN Security Council where EU and US are trying to impose sanctions. This is the dictatorship part of the heading where five permanent members have the right to have Nuclear Weapons for their security and the rest of the world has no right to develop Nuclear Weapons because they are stupid and might use it foolishly. The only country which has used the Nuclear Weapons is US foolishly and they are the only one’s who will use it again justifying it with Religion and all sorts of lies.

Iran can’t develop Nuclear Weapons because it will be like challenging the power of only Nuclear Power in the region “Israel”. North Korea can’t develop nuclear weapons because according to western media propaganda he is mentally unbalanced person and will be a great threat to world. The journalists who met with Kim Jong Il described them as very intelligent person. The Nuclear Weapons at Bush disposal are the great threat to world existence because its a known fact that he is a person with no intelligence and wisdom and mentally disturbed.

I am not in favor of Nuclear Weapons at all, infact want all the Nuclear Powers to destroy their stockpiles of WMD for the benefit of mankind and stop all their research and development to create more lethal weapons. Lets start with the five permanent members of UN Security Council, India and Pakistan to follow and than US has to make sure that Israel don’t keep its Nuclear Weapons. These countries really don’t need these WMD for their security, they have build these weapons to keep bullying the rest of the world to keep control on the natural resources of the world.

The US military budget is 500 billion dollars which spend to build up the stockpiles of their weapons and they block the Embryonic Stem Cell research in the name of God and religion which could benefit all the humanity in the future. This is the worst hypocrisy that God and Religion allow them to build these WMD and kill hundreds of thousands people and keep blocking the the scientific research which is for the benefit of all mankind. I am sick of all these religious nuts who believe that Embryonic Stem Cell is killing life support all the killings for their wars.

The United Nations Security Council should be abolished with giving all the nations equal status to break the Dictatorship of five nuclear powers and the ignorant religious politicians must be denied power in every country. This is the only way for all of us to live in peace.

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Guatemala unable to win two third votes.

Posted by QB on October 21, 2006

The President, Hugo Chavez, has said Venezuela will not abandon its bid for a UN Security Council seat despite trailing US backed Guatemala in repeated rounds of voting.

“Venezuela does not surrender,” Chavez said in a speech yesterday night. “I say it here to the whole world, Venezuela will continue waging this battle.”

Chavez called it a struggle against the US ”empire” and accused Washington of leading a fierce campaign of “blackmail, pressure, threats of all sorts,” during 22 rounds of voting over two days in the UN General Assembly.

The deadlock appeared to set up the sort of high-profile confrontation that Chavez has thrived on in repeated diplomatic bouts with Washington. Guatemala, unable to obtain the required two-thirds majority to win, was left with 102 votes to Venezuela’s 77 in the final ballot of the day. Voting is to resume tomorrow after a day off to allow for consultations.

In Guatemala, President Oscar Berger said his country also would stay in the race.

“We have won in all the rounds of voting, except for one tie,” Berger told reporters. “Having had so much support from so many countries reflects that we merit the seat, and I am confident that we will get the 22 votes that we still lack.”

Chavez said he has nothing against Guatemala but that it was sad how the US takes the name of a country to use it for its imperialist interests.

This must be too humiliating for Bush regime. All their bullying threads, cutting off financial aids black mailing did not help them so secure UN Security Concil seat for their puppet country.

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Venezuela vs Guatemala UN Security Council Seat.

Posted by QB on October 17, 2006

This must be real shame for Bush regime that Guatemala still don’t have the two-thirds majority with so aggressive campaign of threats pressure and using influence. This is a clear victory for Hugo Chavez who is emerged as more popular world leader. The poor countries were threatened to cut off their aid if they did not vote for US backed Guatemala. I really don’t blame these poor countries where their whole economy depends of US aid. Bush regime has used all their bullying tactics but still Guatemala got 110 votes which is 15 votes short of two third majority.

Hugo Chavez will gain more popularity and liking even after loosing UN Security Council Seat to Guatemala because he had the courage to stand up against Bush regime arrogance and dictatorship.

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Chavez on top. Update.

Posted by QB on October 16, 2006

In opposing Venezuela’s bid for a security council seat, the US made a serious strategic blunder.

Today’s vote at the United Nations on Venezuela is purely symbolic. It is of interest only because the Bush administration has been working so hard to try to stop Venezuela.

At stake is a place on the UN’s 15-member security council. The Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez, who has been travelling the world to secure support for his nation’s bid for a seat, claims to have enough support on the 192-member general assembly to win. He says he has been promised backing from other Latin American countries, the Caribbean, most of Africa, and much of the Arab world. Asia is divided.

US ambassadors have been working hard, cajoling and putting pressure on these countries not to back Venezuela. Where gentle pressure has failed, Washington has opted for threats, warning that military co-operation and economic aid could be in jeopardy.

It is a huge mistake for Washington to behave as it does. Sure, Chavez is an irritant to Washington, his left-wing rhetoric a repeated challenge. But the Washington’s antagonism has turned him into a bigger figure than he would ever have been otherwise, champion of the many countries resentful of US dominance.

The best approach of the US would have been to ignore Venezuela’s bid for a security council place, because it just does not matter. The only countries that matter on the security council are the permanent five, each of which has a veto: the US, China, Russia, France and Britain. The others, elected on a rotation basis for a two-year term, just make up the numbers.

Over the last few years, countries not known for their closeness to the US – including Syria – have served barely unnoticed on the security council. The North Korea crisis last week underlined the irrelevance of the security council’s make-weight countries. All the negotiation at the UN’s New York headquarters about sanctions was between the five permanent members plus Japan. When the deal was agreed, the non-permanent members were invited to vote for it.

Membership of the security council is not going to give Venezuela a higher profile than it enjoys already, courtesy of Washington.

I posted this because this is very true unbiased analysis.

Source: Chavez on top.

This must be real shame for Bush regime that Guatemala still don’t have the two-thirds majority with so aggressive campaign of threats pressure and using influence. This is a clear victory for Hugo Chavez who is emerged as more popular world leader. The poor countries were threatened to cut off their aid if they did not vote for US backed Guatemala. I really don’t blame these poor countries where their whole economy depends of US aid. Bush regime has used all their bullying tactics but still Guatemala got 110 votes which is 15 votes short of two third majority.

Hugo Chavez will gain more popularity and liking even after loosing UN Security Council Seat to Guatemala because he had the courage to stand up against Bush regime arrogance and dictatorship.

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Iran Nuclear Program.

Posted by QB on October 15, 2006

The latest on Iran’s refusal to stop its legal uranium enrichment under NPT has gone into background after Kim Jong Il Nuclear test. This Iran uranium enrichment is very much alive with the EU and US Bush regime who will go to UN Security Council once they pass the resolution against North Korea for sanctions. EU negotiations ended because Iran refused to give up its legal right of uranium enrichment even for one day.

The words war continue US claiming that North Korean sanctions will sway Iran away from its Nuclear program and Iran threatening to limit the UN sanctions if a resoltuions passes against their peaceful Nuclear program. Bush regime assessment of Iran is wrong like all the other assessments they have made in last six years. Iran will continue its Nuclear program which they claim is for peaceful energy purposes beause it has become the National pride issue for Iranians. The sanctions will not hurt Iran much because of Oil and its good relations with China and Russia who will make sure not to pass any tough sanctions against Iran.

The Iranian government should take more bold step and throw IAEA inspector out of their country because most of them are CIA spies who are the biggest security risk for nuclear facilities and sites. They provide the sensitive information to CIA including site maps, the architectual designs and every minor details. I believe Iran will not ready to take this bold step so the safest way to go for their Nuclear development by carefully scrutinizing all IAEA inspectors.

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US propaganda against Hugo Chavez.

Posted by QB on October 15, 2006

The US started their propaganda against Hugo Chavez before Monday UN Vote on one non permanent Security Council seat.

As Venezuela lobbies for a U.N. Security Council seat, President Hugo Chavez has bolstered its chances by spreading petrodollars across the Americas and beyond extending an airstrip on a Caribbean island, sending emergency food aid to Africa, fixing a rundown hospital in Uruguay. At Uruguay’s Hospital de Clinicas, a state-of-the-art transplant unit is being built with Venezuelan money. The emergency ward’s leaky roof and exposed cinderblocks have given way to freshly painted walls, windows in rust-corroded frames are being replaced, and new elevators are on order. Hospital director Graciela Ubach put a hand over her heart to show her gratitude to Chavez. “I thank him with my soul,” she said. “Honestly, it’s been a dream for the country.”

This is not bribe as US is trying to make it look like one for UN Security Council seat. These steps are taken to provide better facilties to the poor people of the world which is very nice charitable efforts by a good Christian Hugo Chavez. Hugo Chavez as a good Christian believe in sharing their wealth with the poor people of the world.

The other aid which is according to US is bribes.

The public hospital struggled for funding for years until Venezuela came through with $20 million � half in donations and the other half to be paid off in reciprocal training and other services.

Other Chavez pledges include: $260 million in financing to repave a Jamaican highway and $17 million in upgrades to airports on the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Dominica.

Chavez also came up with $5 million for an Uruguayan tire plant, glass business and leather factory as part of a $400 million flow of aid since March 2005, when Uruguay’s leftist President Tabare Vazquez took office, according to the Venezuelan Embassy in Uruguay.

Hugo Chavez given more aid to neighboring countries than US.

U.S. aid to Jamaica for 2005-2006 is listed as $42 million; the Chavez-financed highway job is six times costlier. The Venezuelan figure of $400 million for Uruguay compares with U.S. aid of $49,000 through the State Department plus an estimated $800,000 in military education and counter-drug assistance. No U.S. money was specifically set aside for Dominica.

Latin America, Africa, Asia needs leaders like Hugo Chavez. Following will be he reaction of majority of the people of the world.

“I thank him with my soul,” she said. “Honestly, it’s been a dream for the country.”

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North Korea UN Security Council Resolution.

Posted by QB on October 15, 2006

The US proposed North Korea sanctions resolution did not passed because of China and Russia has some very strong disagreement on this draft resolution. China’s U.N. ambassador Wang Guanya said Saturday that his government still carried reservations concerning the formalities of the resolution. He noted that the sanctions should be firm without further isolating N. Korea and pressuring another nuclear test.

Wang pointed to a provision allowing other nations to inspect cargo going in and out of N. Korea, stating that, “Once it comes into operation, it could easily lead, by one side or the other, to a provocation of conflict, which could have serious implications for the region.”

Russian officials have voiced similar concerns.

The statement coming out from Pakistan government is a real surprise because they too are against imposing sanctions on North Korea. Pakistan concerns are genuine that these sanctions will hurt the people of North Korea. Pakistan is opposed to any international sanctions against the country that would hurt its people. “We are not in favour of sanctions that would adversely affect the people of Korea,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Tasnim Aslam told Dawn newspaper in a report published yesterday .

Bush regime has no idea how to resolve these crisis diplomatically trying to do it their own Texan cowboy way. Israeli government use to much propaganda loudly in favor of sanctions and even invading courtries who are trying to acquire Nuclear technology without mentioning their own secret Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destructions.

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EU breaking up Iran Nuclear negotiations.

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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Venezuela vs Guatemala for UN Secruity Council Seat. Update Oct. 19, 2006

Posted by QB on October 13, 2006

The UN will vote on Latin America representative on UN Secruity Council Non Permanent seat on Monday. This will be interesting vote because Bush regime is strongly backing up Guatema to make sure Venezuela did not get on to UN Security Concil.

The winner needs to win votes from two-thirds, or 128, of the U.N.’s 190 member countries. Neither side is predicting victory.

Guatemalan foreign minister Gert Rosenthal said last week he was “both optimistic and cautious, since the dispute is very tight, but we have very good chances of being voted in.”

“The process can be long,” he said. “It won’t be easy because imperialism is moving all its pieces, pressuring and attempting to blackmail half the world to try to stop us from entering the security council.” Hugo Chavez commented on Monday election.

The United States is campaigning behind the scenes to boost Guatemala and prevent Chavez from winning a platform to voice opposition to what he calls Washington’s “imperialist” foreign policies. Guatemala has the full support of US and its European Allies. Venezuala chances depends mostly on Asia, Latin America and Affrica. The Asian countries who depends on US aid did not have the courage to vote for Venezuela but it will be interesting if Venezuela wins.

This is the only way to stop Bush regime’s madness of invading countries in Middle East.

Guatemala did not get the two thrid majority in todays vote. Bush regime must be ashmed and frustrated that they used all their bullying tactics and still are unable to defeat Venezuala. Way to go Amigo Hugo Chavez. You are showing the world leaders how to stand up against US oppresssion and aggression policies.

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Iran Nuclear Threat? Sectarian violence.

Posted by QB on October 13, 2006

Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is blaming US for flaming sectarian violence in Iraq and US accused Iran for this sectarian violence.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s highest authority, said on Friday the United States was encouraging sectarian strife in Iraq.
“Making Sunnis and Shias suspicious of one another … is the policy of the Americans in Iraq,” Khamenei told worshippers at Friday prayers, broadcast live on state television. “Our Iraqi brothers need to stand united … and beware that the enemy plans to turn people against the people,” he said.

The truth is US and Iran accusations are not correct but it is true as Ayatollah Ali Khamenei pointed out that all this violence started with bombing of Shias mosque in February. The sectarian violence was very intelligently instigated by Iraqi Resistance after they tried all their peaceful  efforts to bring Shias into their Resistance against occupation military. The Iraqi Resistance used the bombing of religious shrines as the last resort which finally worked and the Iraq has slipped into worst killing field.

There was active participation of Sunnis and Shias against occupation immediately after the fall of Baghdad according to independent reports which was discouraged by Grand Satan Sistani who decided to extend cooperation to US occupation military by giving them time to hand over power to Shias. Grand Satan Sistani still has the power to stop this sectarian violence with one strong statement but he has choose not do so for some wierd reasons.

Bush is trying to scare Americans with similar phrases which he used against Saddam Hussein regarding Iran Nuclear program. The allegations Bush is making is all lies and speculations with no real proof that Iran infact is developing Nuclear Weapons.

“Imagine a Middle East with an Iran with a nuclear weapon threatening free nations and trying to promote their vision of extremism through Hezbollah?”

This is the stupid statement by Bush. The truth is that Iran uranium enrichment is within NPT which they have the right to do so for their Nuclear engry program development. The Iran relations with Hamas and Hezbollah are friendly because they don’t consider these organizations as “terrorists” as labeled by US and its European allies.

The United States is confident that if given a genuine opportunity to choose its leaders freely and fairly, the Iranian people would make a very different choice, says Mr. Burns. “They would choose leaders who invest in development at home rather than bloodshed abroad and a system that respects all faiths, empowers all citizens, and resumes Iran’s historic place as a regional leader.” This is again only the propaganda by Bush regime  because Iranians did voted for Ahmadinejad in fair and free elections and they elected who they believe is good for them and their country.

Ayatollah Khemeni and Ahmadinejad said that Iran will continue its peaceful uranium enrichment program without fear.

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