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Subject: Nukes or bread?
AdvanceAustralia    4/22/2007 2:48:39 PM
Informative article on the current regime's focus on the ability to risk national destruction in preference to feeding the people. http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,21601148-31477,00.html Educated Iranians were already not happy at being educated but unable to find employment within Iran. Now the uneducated are unhappy because they cannot adequately feed their children. Not good news for any regime. Cheers.
 
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AdvanceAustralia    Try again   4/22/2007 2:51:02 PM
I thought I had the link thing down pat but it seems to be a bit of a lottery.
 
 
 
 
h**p://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,21601148-31477,00.html
 
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Herc the Merc    laughable   4/24/2007 1:25:29 PM
The IPI project is expected to be signed in June. THat is the Iran Pakistan and India pipeline, the pipeline alone cost $7 billion, additional revenues to Iran will at least be $5billion per year, enough to feed the poor. Plus Royal Dutch Shell is completely ignoring US pressure for oil deals --
business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,,2001512,00.html
 
Sinopec of China has $100billion indeals, Russia has deals. Its not nukes or bread--its nukes and cake--oops make it caviar with illicit Vodka. You are off on this one Advance-Iran has the force on their side.
 
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AdvanceAustralia       4/24/2007 1:39:20 PM

The IPI project is expected to be signed in June. THat is the Iran Pakistan and India pipeline, the pipeline alone cost $7 billion, additional revenues to Iran will at least be $5billion per year, enough to feed the poor. Plus Royal Dutch Shell is completely ignoring US pressure for oil deals --

business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,,2001512,00.html

 

Sinopec of China has $100billion indeals, Russia has deals. Its not nukes or bread--its nukes and cake--oops make it caviar with illicit Vodka. You are off on this one Advance-Iran has the force on their side.

"Iran has the force on their side"???

ROFLMAO. What do you think this is, Herc. F*cking Star Wars?

 
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Herc the Merc    Star wars   4/24/2007 1:56:09 PM
Doesn't the UN cafe or bar resemble the scene where all species gathered in the cafe in Star Wars??
 
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reefdiver       4/24/2007 2:10:40 PM
Herc has a point here that I've long supported - nothing is going to really happen in Iran until other countries stop falling all over themselves trying to get contracts and oil from Iran.  Even ignoring Russia and China, if the rest of the industrialized nations would all stop dealing with Iran and really, really screw down the financial vice on Iran's head - then the mullahs might be in real danger. Today however they absolutely (and fairly reliably) count on the disunity of the western nations. Without western unity, the Iranian "problem" will not be solved without war. Without western unity, the US will probably end up unilaterally attacking Iran to solve the problem.
 
Yep - the "force" is with them at this time. I've got no problem with Herc saying that.
 
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Herc the Merc    Complete Surrender-Advance, its full reverse now   4/24/2007 2:21:23 PM
World powers may relent on Iran uranium

By GEORGE JAHN, Associated Press Writer 15 minutes ago

ANKARA, Turkey - The United States and other world powers are willing to consider an Iranian proposal that would allow the country to keep some of its uranium enrichment program intact instead of dismantling it completely, government officials said Tuesday.

On the eve of talks between top Iranian envoy Ali Larijani and Javier Solana, the

http://yq.search.yahoo.com/search method=post>  

European Union's foreign policy chief, the officials — some of them diplomats, others based in their capitals — said the discussions were key because for the first time they could try to sidestep the deadlock over enrichment by trying to agree on a new definition of the term.
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ie gobbledygook for "We give up" enrich not to 95% which is full bomb category but say 75%--the new limit that can make a "LITE" version of the standard nuke bomb. Why bother negotiating simply give Iran the bomb-save taxpayer dollars, imagine those negotiaters on our payroll are simply extending talks to visit Switzerland. LOL.
 
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reefdiver       4/24/2007 4:38:15 PM
Herc has a point here that I've long supported - nothing is going to really happen in Iran until other countries stop falling all over themselves trying to get contracts and oil from Iran.  Even ignoring Russia and China, if the rest of the industrialized nations would all stop dealing with Iran and really, really screw down the financial vice on Iran's head - then the mullahs might be in real danger. Today however they absolutely (and fairly reliably) count on the disunity of the western nations. Without western unity, the Iranian "problem" will not be solved without war. Without western unity, the US will probably end up unilaterally attacking Iran to solve the problem.
 
Yep - the "force" is with them at this time. I've got no problem with Herc saying that.
 
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AdvanceAustralia    Caviar for some   5/1/2007 3:01:23 PM

The IPI project is expected to be signed in June. THat is the Iran Pakistan and India pipeline, the pipeline alone cost $7 billion, additional revenues to Iran will at least be $5billion per year, enough to feed the poor. Plus Royal Dutch Shell is completely ignoring US pressure for oil deals --

business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,,2001512,00.html

 

Sinopec of China has $100billion indeals, Russia has deals. Its not nukes or bread--its nukes and cake--oops make it caviar with illicit Vodka. You are off on this one Advance-Iran has the force on their side.

The caviar and vodka will only be enjoyed by the few at the top with access to power and corruption. The uneducated many will be lucky to get their allocation of a few handfuls of rice.

 
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Herald1234       5/1/2007 5:17:44 PM

World powers may relent on Iran uranium


By GEORGE JAHN, Associated Press Writer 15 minutes ago




ANKARA, Turkey - The United States and other world powers are willing to consider an Iranian proposal that would allow the country to keep some of its uranium enrichment program intact instead of dismantling it completely, government officials said Tuesday.





On the eve of talks between top Iranian envoy Ali Larijani and Javier Solana, the



http://yq.search.yahoo.com/search" target="_blank">link method=post>
 

 


European Union's foreign policy chief, the officials — some of them diplomats, others based in their capitals — said the discussions were key because for the first time they could try to sidestep the deadlock over enrichment by trying to agree on a new definition of the term.

__________________________________

ie gobbledygook for "We give up" enrich not to 95% which is full bomb category but say 75%--the new limit that can make a "LITE" version of the standard nuke bomb. Why bother negotiating simply give Iran the bomb-save taxpayer dollars, imagine those negotiaters on our payroll are simply extending talks to visit Switzerland. LOL.



You know.............I despise selective postings, misrerpresentations and faulty analyses by liars, cowards, and idiots.

[quoting in full, the ONE report on this story so far from the link that the idiot provided]
World powers may relent on Iran uranium
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