Tuesday, September 5, 2006

Bush on Iran, again...

While I am very mad at President Bush's government for letting the former Iranian president Khatami in the US, I can't still ignore the fact that Bush, himself, is the only world leader who has said courageous remarks against the Mullahs of Iran and has pledged to stand with the people of Iran in their fight for their greater freedoms. Today, he delivered another speech about the importance of war on terrorism and that Shi'ite extremists in Iran are trying to exploit the stupidity and naivite of the muslims to further their own agenda which is to spread their idealogy of hate and destruction all over the globe.

It is a pretty long speech but is worth reading or listening to and one thing I really noticed was that Bush's tone with respect to extremists has changed since the discovery of airliners bomb plot in UK a few weeks ago. I do hope that he stays the course not just in rhetoric but in action and help bring down this regime faster. The destruction of the Iranian regime is only possible through help of the Bush's government in the next few years left for Bush in oval office.
    Iran's leaders, who back Hezbollah, have also declared their absolute hostility to America. Last October, Iran's President declared in a speech that some people ask -- in his words -- "whether a world without the United States and Zionism can be achieved. I say that this goal is achievable." Less than three months ago, Iran's President declared to America and other Western powers: "open your eyes and see the fate of pharaoh. If you do not abandon the path of falsehood, your doomed destiny will be annihilation." Less than two months ago, he warned: "The anger of Muslims may reach an explosion point soon. If such a day comes, America and the West should know that the waves of the blast will not remain within the boundaries of our region." He also delivered this message to the American people: "If you would like to have good relations with the Iranian nation in the future, bow down before the greatness of the Iranian nation and surrender. If you don't accept to do this, the Iranian nation will force you to surrender and bow down."

    America will not bow down to tyrants.
    The Iranian regime and its terrorist proxies have demonstrated their willingness to kill Americans -- and now the Iranian regime is pursuing nuclear weapons. The world is working together to prevent Iran's regime from acquiring the tools of mass murder. The international community has made a reasonable proposal to Iran's leaders, and given them the opportunity to set their nation on a better course. So far, Iran's leaders have rejected this offer. Their choice is increasingly isolating the great Iranian nation from the international community, and denying the Iranian people an opportunity for greater economic prosperity. It's time for Iran's leader to make a different choice. And we've made our choice. We'll continue to work closely with our allies to find a diplomatic solution. The world's free nations will not allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon.
I don't know how serious the rest of world meaning EU, China and Russia are to stop mullahs from acquiring nukes but I do keep my fingers crossed that the US is as firm as we want in dealing with the terrorist regime of Iran. This may be the beginning of an end to policy of appeasement by the US government. We'll see...

More Reading: US National Strategy For Combating Terrorism

6 comments:

Chester said...

It was a good speech!

Anonymous said...

Finally, President Bush is framing the threat of Islamic expansionism and its totalitarian vision for the world in the proper manner. It's about time.

Anonymous said...

There is no doubt that Ahmad-in-jacket is stupid and that the regime is brutal for its own people. But, will you be happy if Bush attacked Iran and dropped bombs (including chemical and depleted uranium bombs) on Iranian people? Will you be satisfied? Will you get the revenge you want from the Mullahs? (remember that they'll be hiding in their shelters)

Navid said...

Be don´t worry.The power of the mullahs is over now.The times have changed.27 years were enough!the contract for Mullahs has expired.they are useless now.Now ist our turn.

C.H. said...

Anonymous said -

"will you be happy if Bush attacked Iran and dropped bombs (including chemical and depleted uranium bombs) on Iranian people?"

You from the Leftist persuasion?

na said...

how many innocent Iranian people die and still die under the rule of mullahs? and you are worried about bush´s attack?
Iran is not Irak,don´t forget this.