June 27, 2006
Breaking: Khamenei dismisses Iran-US talksTopics: Iran
Iran's "Supreme" Islamoterrorist and Chief Deceiver, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has now said that Iran has no intention of conducting talks with the U.S. over Iran's nuclear program. This Reuters report has a key operative phrase that should be considered as exposing both Iran's strategy for developing nuclear weapons in the face of international opposition, and what they have been doing all along:
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Tuesday that talks with the United States would not benefit the Islamic Republic, which is embroiled in a dispute over its nuclear program with the West.
Washington has offered to join the European Union's direct talks with Iran if Tehran agrees to halt its uranium enrichment work. The demand was made in a package that has the backing of six world powers but Iran has not yet replied.
"Negotiating with America does not have any benefit for us and we do not need such negotiations," Khamenei was quoted as saying by state television.
Iran denies Western claims that it aims to produce nuclear weapons, saying it is only seeking atomic power.
The U.S. offer to join talks was viewed as a major policy change in Washington, which has not had diplomatic ties with Tehran since 1980. Some analysts, particularly in the West, viewed it as a possible deal clincher.
But Iranian officials have said they remain suspicious of U.S. intentions. Analysts said Khamenei's remarks might indicate pessimism in the leadership that such talks would yield results and sent a message that Iran was not in a rush to meet.
As we have posted time and time again, Iran has over a 20 year history of cheating, lying, and deceiving the international community, and has most recently, led the Europeans around by the nose for almost 3 years, whle racing to develop nuclear weapons.
On June 21 we wrote: "Ahmadinejad continues with Taqiya, after all, for Islamists, truth is relative, relative to allowing Islam the opportunity for a global nuclear holocost in pursuit of an Islamic caliphate. And folks, this "ain't no crazy neocon rant." Think of it as refering to what the Asia Times has refered to as Ahmadinejad's "messianic and apocalyptic way of thinking, mutatis mutandis, that inspires Ahmadinejad and various leaders of the Iranian regime. A trend that is gaining strength and that likely constitutes of the main challenge to pragmatics and reformists in Iran - and to the international community.""
Iran's "Supreme" Islamoterrorist, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is a pseudo-theologian of a pseudo religion - his very own brand of Islam, and is doing what he does best - lying and deceiving, for power. In this case, nuclear weaponry.
Should the international community wait until we have another N. Korea?
Posted by Richard at June 27, 2006 9:26 AM
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