I don't think good folks can get their arms around just how bad this president is – literally, figuratively, historically, domestically, internationally, economically, militarily, transnationally, on so many levels ….. it's hard to fathom. Liberty, the new target.
Armaros sent this in with the following post worthy observation:
Well in case this wasn't clear enough.
Iran is in our backyard with the
help of Russia and Venezuela.
To think Iran is a danger to Israel alone and
to letting Israel do the dirty deed of dealing with it shows the abyss of
cowardice and dishonesty of the Obama team. Missiles will be pointed at Miami
and Houston soon and all that thanks to Obama who now sold out to Russia
(Poland), sold out to Venezuela (Honduras), sold out to Iran, sold out their
dissidents and got a face to face for $2.5Billion worth of new toys for
the Mullahs. So Iran pays $2.5B to Obama. Where does that money come from? He is
taking their blood money.
This is sick and spells the opening of the door
to the second holocaust or the second waive of Jew Hate when Israel has enough
and strikes in self defense (and defense of the USA) Israel will be tasked to
save the world while Obama is handing over assets to Iran so that they show up
to some charade looking like talks. If Israel fails, Obama will blame them for
"disturbing stability". If they succeed, he will still blame them by saying
"regretful that civillians died…we will investigate….we 're not sure….blah
blah….blame the Jews..they did it, they wanted this yadi yada. The fix is in.
is the enemy here it seems:
NICOSIA — Iranian sources said President
Barack Obama has proposed the sale of up to $2.5 billion worth of U.S. aircraft
and spare parts to Iran. The sources said the proposed sale would rescue
Iran's civilian aerospace industry and ensure passenger safety.
Jeeze Louise!!!! Who is the enemy here? The Big
O or Iran? Is the Big O a sucker or one actively working against US
"Obama's messages for delivering these airplanes to Iran
were sent after the election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as Iran's president [in June
2009]," an Iranian source said.
The source, deemed informed, told the
semi-official Iranian news agency Fars that Obama has offered to sell 20
passenger jets and spare parts to Iran. The aircraft would be sold by the
U.S. firm Boeing, which sold aircraft and infrastructure to Iran in the
"There's language in the letter that simply says
the government of Iran is willing to enter into dialogue," State Department
spokesman P.J. Crowley said. "We are going to test that proposition, okay? And
if Iran is willing to enter into serious negotiations, then they will find a
willing participant in the United States and the other [partner] countries. If
Iran dissembles in the future, as it has in the past, then we will draw
conclusions from that."
negotions, yeah. Just like the 3 year
dialogue monologue with the
EUniks. The MMs in Iran must be saying to each other, "Would you believe this
sh*t???? O is giving away the farm on the installment plan. Fish in a
Since at least 2006, Iranian
military advisers have been embedded with Venezuelan Army. Two years later,
Turkey detained an Iranian ship bound for Venezuela that contained laboratory
equipment capable of producing explosives.
"Western intelligence agencies have
concluded that Venezuela was helping Iran acquire material and components for
strategic and conventional weapons programs. They said Caracas has imported a
range of weapons that were later delivered to Iran.
"Today, we must see
every Venezuelan arms deal as linked to Iran," a Western intelligence source
Iran was also said to be establishing weapons factories in remote
areas of Venezuela for the production of advanced and strategic
"The mysterious manufacturing plants, controlled by Iran, deep
in the interior of Venezuela, give even greater concern," Robert Morgenthau, a
U.S. district attorney who has been investigating the Iranian-Venezuelan
Wonder if Morgenthau
will get fired by the Big O for exposing O's buddy Chavez' goings
On Sept. 13, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Russia has
opened a $2.2 billion line of credit for Caracas. Chavez said Venezuela would
purchase air defense systems, main battle tanks and other weapons.
Which they will eventually have to pay for, or
not, depending on if Venezuela utilizes the Nasser Model of
"The Russian government approved financing for $2.2
billion," Chavez said. "For what? For weapons, and we must thank them. We've
decided to install a powerful anti-air defense system."
To protect against which enemy, pray
The intelligence agencies were said to have assessed that Iran
began using Venezuela as a front for the procurement of weapons since at least
2006. Intelligence sources have also warned that part of the latest Venezuelan
weapons order from Russia would be diverted to Iran. Moscow, under pressure to
cancel weapon deals with Teheran, has agreed to sell nearly 100 advanced T-90
MBTs to Caracas.
"It is likely that many of these tanks or technology
would be relayed to Iran and then appear as indigenous weapons produced by
Teheran," the intelligence source said.
From 2005 and 2007 Russia signed
12 defense contracts with Venezuela said to have been worth about $4.5 billion.
The contracts provided Venezuela with fighter-jets, attack helicopters and light
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