Saturday, February 10, 2007

When Russia Holds The High Moral Ground It's Time To Look In the Mirror

posted by oscar wilde @ 12:53 PM Permalink

Mr Putin told senior security officials from around the world that nations were "witnessing an almost uncontained hyper use of force in international relations".

"One state, the United States, has overstepped its national borders in every way," he said, speaking through a translator.
"This is very dangerous. Nobody feels secure anymore because nobody can hide behind international law.

Bush's whiny little bitch removed himself from the President's crotch briefly in order to yap the following, still not yet realising nobody gives a rat's ass what this despicable little neocon toad has to say.

While the new US defence secretary had little to say about the speech, US Senator Joseph Lieberman described it as "provocative."
Its rhetoric "sounded more like the Cold War", the senator said.

Followed by Saint (what a wonderful President I would be) McCain

And Republican Senator John McCain added: "Moscow must understand that it cannot enjoy a genuine partnership with the West so long as its actions at home and abroad conflict fundamentally with the core values of the Euro-Atlantic democracies. In today's multi-polar world there is no place for needless confrontation."

Sorry but I'm dumbstruck.


At 1:01 PM, Anonymous Bill Arnett said...

What makes this even worse is the likelihood that bush will use an attack on Iran to breakout the nuclear weapons.

A nuclear attack by America would not only inflame the Muslim world, but if seen by the world as being another bush scam, it could very well force Russia and China to consider a preemptive nuclear strike against the United States.

I do not believe in coincidences and there have been several events reported in the public domain that bode ill for America:

The successful testing by the Chinese of a new satellite killing missile; the sale of Chinese and Russian missiles to Iran (offensive from China, defensive from Russia; Iran becoming more bellicose and stating unequivocally that should they be attacked they can "forever close" the Straits of Hormuz and deny shipping of about two-thirds of the world's oil through that passage; Iran's development and successful testing of the world's fastest torpedo that cooks along at well over 200+MPH; and most seriously, the Chinese have launched a new untraceable "stealth" submarine they could park off either coast of America and deliver a nuclear warhead within 30-minutes or less. All preparations for war.

They can simultaneously destroy our economy by refusing to loan us anymore money and dumping the dollar so cheap as to cause a widespread run on the dollar, blast interest rates and inflation sky-high, and leave us unable to borrow a dime from any country.

Albert Einstein said, "If WWIII is fought with nuclear weapons, WWIV will be fought with stick and stones."

If bush attacks Iran he will become the first president to ever lose three wars simultaneously (No objective person can say we're winning Iraq or Afghanistan).

It will also be time for everyone to start collecting all the sticks and stones we can store.

At 1:12 PM, Anonymous Bill Arnett said...

The more I think about this the more I believe this to be a not-so-subtle-warning from Russia that if we attack yet another country that poses no threat to us, Russia will engage with Iran, supplying even more missiles, weapons systems, and support than they are now.

All these government blowhards better realize that we would face an ugly defeat in Iran, and a catastrophic defeat if Russia backs Iran.

After all, Russia has PLENTY of nukes they can spare and even more conventional arms, and there are, or will be, three carrier battle groups within easy missile range, so you can bet both Russia and China have subs parked in the Gulf and 200-miles offshore of America that are "Armed and Dangerous".

At 2:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Bill, how on earth are you?
Nice to hear from you and nice that you are having your two bits worth in your usual common dense way.

Ah sure there's bombs aplenty, enough to go round for everyone.

Yer man at the first link is a bit pissed though, seems they have had to drag him out of retirement.

And yer man (me) at the second link invites you over to his blog to see if there might be some few words that interest you.

Comment posted by oscar wilde.
The sign in doesn't like the cut of my jib today.

At 2:49 PM, Anonymous Bill Arnett said...

Gladly, oscar. Very nice to hear from you as well. I'll check it out first thing tomorrow, I've had too much fun by far today and I'm flagging fast, but I just LOVE the "common dense" typo (at least I HOPE it's a typo!) and have been laughing so hard I can hardly see.

Seems as if a lot of TLers are bloggin' up and all of ya will hear from me often. Please feel free to cross-post anything from here, edger's site, or TL that I have written that you like. "See" ya tomorrow.



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