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US-Iran: Raid on Nuclear Fuel Market

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In the background of the political joust about Iran, a few countries are reshaping the world. They are taking possession of the global nuclear fuel market. New IAEA regulations should keep newcomers away. The US, UK, France, Germany, Russia, China and Jap


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Blue Bunting (855)
Wednesday September 5, 2007, 12:15 pm
Olbermann: Bush's true motive is 'war forever!'

Marc Gartmann (142)
Wednesday September 5, 2007, 12:15 pm
In the background of the political joust about Iran, a few countries are reshaping the world. They are taking possession of the global nuclear fuel market. New IAEA regulations should keep newcomers away. The US, UK, France, Germany, Russia, China and Japan will become the worldís nuclear filling stations. Under the auspices of the IAEA these suppliers will dictate the rules, the prices and the currencies they want to get paid in. Iran has become the pretext and test case for their plans. The problems of tomorrowís world economy are being shaped today.


Iran and the Non-Proliferation Treaty
Iranís nuclear history
From shah Reza to Khomeini
The accusations against Iran: 130 Grams of uranium
USí agenda: The oil, the dollar and the foreign debtÖ
Seeking allies
The strange European delegation
Russia and China
Why does Iran want nuclear energy?
Is enrichment in non-nuclear-weapon states dangerous?
Birth of a new world order
Questionable elements
The UN theatre

Blue Bunting (855)
Wednesday September 5, 2007, 4:23 pm
Remember Who We're Dealing With Does that story of those five nukes on that B-52 have something to do with Iran? Larry Johnson thinks it might.

Staging Nuke for Iran?

By Larry Johnson

Why the hubbub over a B-52 taking off from a B-52 base in Minot, North Dakota and subsequently landing at a B-52 base in Barksdale, Louisiana? Thatís like getting excited if you see a postal worker in uniform walking out of a post office. And how does someone watching a B-52 land identify the cruise missiles as nukes? It just does not make sense.

So I called a old friend and retired B-52 pilot and asked him. What he told me offers one compelling case of circumstantial evidence. My buddy, letís call him Jack D. Ripper, reminded me that the only times you put weapons on a plane is when they are on alert or if you are tasked to move the weapons to a specific site.

Then he told me something I had not heard before.

Barksdale Air Force Base is being used as a jumping off point for Middle East operations. Gee, why would we want cruise missile nukes at Barksdale Air Force Base. Canít imagine we would need to use them in Iraq. Why would we want to preposition nuclear weapons at a base conducting Middle East operations?
His final point was to observe that someone on the inside obviously leaked the info that the planes were carrying nukes. A B-52 landing at Barksdale is a non-event. A B-52 landing with nukes. That is something else.

Now maybe there is an innocent explanation for this? I canít think of one. What is certain is that the pilots of this plane did not just make a last minute decision to strap on some nukes and take them for a joy ride. We need some tough questions and clear answers. What the hell is going on? Did someone at Barksdale try to indirectly warn the American people that the Bush Administration is staging nukes for Iran? I donít know, but it is a question worth asking.

serge vrabec (278)
Wednesday September 5, 2007, 8:51 pm
Invaluable infor., i was just trying to find that info again., thank you so much marc!.

Blue- thx for that piece

Blacktiger P (247)
Wednesday September 5, 2007, 11:20 pm
Thx folks, my best wishes for our true friends in America and please someone give that a**hole a b***job and get him impeached.!

Blue Bunting (855)
Thursday September 6, 2007, 9:32 am
On Iraq, What's More Disgusting: Being Lied To, Or Hearing the Truth?

By David Sirota
Working Assets/Denver Post's Politics West, 9/6/07

If you read the news very carefully, you can see exactly what is going on inside the Washington debate over the Iraq War. One party is lying, and one party is telling the truth - but which ones are doing what may surprise you (or, perhaps, not).

First, the lie, otherwise known as the Innocent Bystander Fable.

In a story headlined "Democrats Retreat on War End," the Politico notes that congressional Democrats are - once again - moving towards endorsing a legislative effort to cut the most unpopular president in contemporary American history a blank check to continue the most unpopular war in contemporary American history. Within this story, comes the lie to justify it all:

"The strategic shift is certain to anger some war critics, but it reflects the reality that Democrats lack the votes to force President Bush's hand. 'We are trying to manage expectations that we can't end the war today or next week or next month,' said one Democrat involved in the discussions. 'We have to make sure everyone understands that.'"

Anyone who has read the U.S. Constitution knows this is a fabrication. Congress has the power of the purse, meaning it has the ultimate veto over the war. Democrats control both chambers of Congress, meaning they have the ultimate veto over the war. If they chose not to schedule a vote to give Bush a blank check, the war would end. The whole idea that they "can't end the war" is the highest form of dishonesty. It is the Innocent Bystander Fable - the oft-repeated lie where Democrats claim they are powerless even though they control an entire branch of the government, and their public efforts to try "to make sure everyone understands" the lie as truth is just another insult in a long string of insults (the latest of which is the one where Democrats have the audacity to portray a non-binding bill by Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar that Democrats themselves had previously called "toothless" is now - without any change at all - supposedly a heroic bill that ends the war).

How about the honesty? That comes from the Republicans. Here's what a top Senate GOP leadership aide told Roll Call about the Iraq War:

"Our core base would not support us running really fast away from the president...Our strategy in Iraq, in the short term, causes a lot of pain, but in the long term, prevents a lot of problems for the party."

Wow. I Now we have the Republican Party on record admitting that even though the war is "caus[ing] a lot of pain" (ie. American casualties, Iraqi casualtieswill refuse to support ending , weakened American national security, etc.), it will nonetheless stonewall efforts to end the war specifically because continuing the war indefinitely "prevents a lot of problems for the party."

I can't tell what's more disgusting: Being lied to by Democrats about their supposed powerlessness, or having the GOP tell the American people the war must continue and American troops must continue getting killed, all because it is supposedly good for the Republican Party's political fortunes. What I can say is this: It is clear that less than a year after a national election that saw the American people demand an end to the war, both parties are going out of their way to continue it - because to folks in Washington, D.C., no matter how many people die, the whole tragic affair is all just a big game.

Meenakshi Sharma (124)
Friday September 7, 2007, 8:07 pm
Blue B I watched that piece of Keith Olbermann, what ever he said was the truth....and the article David Sirota tells as it is...whom we are fooling.. this MAN has no intention coming out of Iraq without total control of oil fields and control the Middle East....and "taking possession of the global nuclear fuel market" as Marc mentioned. We forgot Israel in all this. They are the major player in all this back at the Capitol ..they can have the nuke power but Iran..Oh No!! Bad for Israel and US!!
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