Saturday, September 24, 2005


Here comes the pain

Well, it looks like Iran is indeed the next stop on the traveling road show called “the war on terror” Today, The International Atomic Energy Agency, in consultation with Washington passed a resolution to bring, albeit at some undisclosed date, Iran in front of the U. N. Security council for possible sanctions over its nuclear energy program. Do you think the likely aftermath of Hurricane Rita has anything to do with this? You bet it does. The one, two combination of hurricanes Katrina and Rita spell disaster for U. S. domestic energy production. CNN is reporting that there has been “substantial damage” to the Port Arthur oil refinery. If it turns out that the U.S. is facing oil and gas shortages of 20 to 40 percent in domestically produced energy, then that means that energy has got to come from somewhere else. The only obvious candidate, other than Iran, is Venezuela who, by the way, was the lone vote against the IAEA resolution referring Iran to the U. N. Security Council. Chavez, however, has proven a tough nut to crack and he is not quite the drop of poison in the soup that Iran represents to the Zionist cabal in Washington. Besides, he is actually offering to give oil away directly to those in need in places like the South Bronx. So that leaves us with Iran, who have threatened to cutoff oil and pull out of the Non-Proliferation Treaty if those supporting the E. U. 3 and its master the U. S., dragged it in front of the U. N. Security Council. Iran, rightfully, sees this as an affront and provocation and has said repeatedly it will not back down from its legal right under the Non-Proliferation Treaty to produce nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. A treaty which its neighbor Israel has refused to sign and who has ignored numerous U. N. resolutions relating, among other things, to its possession of nuclear weapons. With the looming political and economic turmoil yet to come in the wake of the two most devastating natural disasters in U. S. history look for the neo-nuts in Washington to resort to their tried and true method of distracting attention to their self made debacles, at home and abroad, by initiating another war. Never mind, that this may plunge the world over the precipice since China and Russia do not look like they will go along with Washington’s designs. The neo-nuts have made up their minds and have apparently twisted enough arms and paid enough people off to set the stage for an escalation of hostilities against Iran. It seems whether natural or man made the only response to disasters that can from the neo-nuts is to lash out and attack. For Iran and the rest of us, we better brace ourselves because, as the WWE’s Brock Lesnar’s entrance theme put it, here comes the pain.

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