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Long live American-Iranian friendship !

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jun 12, 2007 at 18:43

> East Newsline reports, George Bush has decided not to attack Iran. An administration source explains that Washington deems Iran's cooperation "needed for a withdrawal [of U.S. forces] from Iraq."

The only remaining superpower is now apparently selling (and is itself believing ) with all earnest the nonsense that making its worst enemy Iran stronger will be a useful thing for America . Let's wait a little and we'll see probably how Bush and the sages in the State Department will advertise and promote the American-Iranian friendship in the name of "peace" in the region ! As far as I know the perversities of politics it will not surprise me in the least .

> If correct, this implies the Jewish state stands alone against a regime that threatens to "wipe Israel off the map" and is building the nuclear weapons to do so. Israeli leaders are hinting that their patience is running out; Deputy Prime Minister Shaul Mofaz just warned that "diplomatic efforts should bear results by the end of 2 007."

Selling its friends and allies is by far not a new policy to the US which after all doesn't know any friends -just interests , does it ? Who knows this better than the Jews ? When they most needed a few American bombs on Auschwitz or Belzec or Treblinka gas chambers , strangely enough not a single one could be spared and sent to where it most belonged , although at the same time hundreds and hundreds of bombs were being wasted on the Cologne Dome , Goethe's birth house or Charlemagne's grave chapel and other analogous "targets".

Now the new nuclear gas chambers for the Jews are being hurriedly built at Arak, Isfahan and at Natanz and the US is telling the same old tale with some variations and behaving as it did 65 years ago.

What should Israel do ? In my opinion the Jews have no other option than nuclear strikes on these future nuclear holocaust factories . The sooner they do it , the better . They shouldn't care much about venal Americans as they are fighting for their very survival and US cynicism and corruption harm and undermine the just cause of the Jews. Any Muslim country that will violently protest and threaten Israel for its self-defence should be itself treated as potentially justified targets .

From trime to time Moslems need a Seven Day War repetition. Only a defeated Moslem is a good Moslem and starts behaving rationally and respectfully towards non-Moslems. A nuclear missile on Mecca and Medina might be most desirable. The greatest paymasters and teachers of terror and anti-semitism should be taught a good lesson .

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