What a sham, but you knew that. This is a decades-long Islamic pattern. Refuse to talk, work on nukes. Agree to talks, work on nukes. Talk in circles, work on nukes. Walk away from talks, work on nukes. Pout, work on nukes. Spout annihilationist "kill the Jews" rhetoric, work on nukes. Repeat verse, same as the first.
Any jerk knows this; certainly Obama and his administration of destruction knows this. But what's the downside? A few million dead Jews? Obama would most certainly be the hero in the Muslim world and, my oh my, his Islamic role models would be enormously pleased with him. He would love that.
What's it going to take for America to wake up to this nightmare in the White House?
- Images Show Iran Test Site Cleanup - Jay Solomon New satellite photographs published by a Washington think tank appear to show intensified efforts by Iran over the past week to cleanse a military site south of Tehran suspected of being used for nuclear-weapons research. The International Atomic Energy Agency has specifically been pressing Iran to allow inspectors to visit the Parchin military site, which the agency believes may have been involved in the testing of high explosives used to simulate a nuclear detonation. On Wednesd ay, the Institute for Science and International Security posted satellite photos taken on May 25 that appear to show the razing of two buildings at the Parchin site and the deployment of heavy machinery to move earth and equipment. (Wall Street Journal)
- See also Two Buildings Razed at Suspected Parchin Explosive Testing Complex - David Albright and Robert Avagyan (Institute for Science and International Security)
News Resources - Israel and the Mideast:
- Ya'alon: Iran "Laughing All the Way to a Bomb" - Amos Harel Iran continues to strive for a nuclear weapon since it is not convinced the West is seriously contemplating a military strike against its facilities, Vice Prime Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Wednesday, adding that Tehran was "laughing all the way to a bomb." He added that there was no sign that Iran felt "threatened, despite economic hardships." "They're not coming to these talks with a sense of urgency." (Ha'aretz)