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June 21, 2006

Iran and Ahmadinejad Stalling For More Time To Cheat, Deceive, And Develop Atomic Weaponry

Topics: Iran

showdown4.gifMahmoud Ahmadinejad has replied to the EU-US demand for a response to their package of incentives and sanctions regarding the Iranian pursuit of nuclear weapons, informing the West that he would need until August 22nd to review the proposal and to prepare an answer - which is EXACTLY as we predicted on June 17:

... Why am I not surprised that the first story on Iran I see this morning is the WaPo article on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad statement Friday that an international proposal designed to restart negotiations on Iran's nuclear program constitutes "a step forward" and his government will respond "in due time" ?

... Translated from 'Iranianese' to plain English, Ahmadinejad's statement that he is "studying the proposal" means nothing more than "Excuse us while we stall for more time to accelerate our ongoing nuclear development program that the entire world knows is large and growing, and by the way, we know you 'suckas' are dumb enough and gullible enough to ignore our record of concealment and deceit that goes back at least 20 years."

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."

HT - Captain's Quarters

Posted by Richard at June 21, 2006 1:15 PM



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