Monthly Archives: November 2013
I love it when a plan comes together. And when there is no plan and it just spontaneously orders itself… Even better.
Forget the love of money; “There should be a law” is the root of all evil.
If you like your irrational fear of Iran, you can keep your irrational fear of Iran.
News media seems to be telling people that the #Iran “deal” is important.
It is just a distraction or worse a dose of fear for the general public who was starting to realize how incompetent and unnecessary the people in government really are.
The gist of the “deal” seems to be : Iran will stop doing what it wasn’t doing anyway, and hasn’t been able to do since at least 1982. And in return for not doing what it already wasn’t doing, we won’t release the funds that have been stolen from them or allow them to increase their oil exports, but we will toss them some humanitarian aid to address the humanitarian crisis we caused through draconian sanctions and stealing their funds that were held in trust as foreign reserves.
And by “we” I don’t mean me and anybody else, but “we” in the sense of the nuclear-empowered governments who have committed this atrocity against the Persian race.
In case you missed it… Iran has been close to getting nuclear weapons since I was in grade school.
Let’s go back in time and see how close we were to Iran having nuclear weapons:
1984 – entering final stages – http://newspaper.twinfallspubliclibrary.org/files/Times-News_TN414/PDF/1984_05_05.pdf
Iran is not getting close to nuclear weapons, because they aren’t trying to get nuclear weapons.
Everything changes so quickly. If it ever slows down I don’t know if I’ll be able to adapt.