Sunday, July 18, 2010


Is this why the Navy is putting all those ships and Marines in Costa Rica?

Between oil and uranium and the upcoming war with Iran, I'm thinking our old buddy Hugo is living on borrowed time.

"Venezuela and Bolivia are supplying Iran with uranium for its nuclear program, according to a secret Israeli government report obtained Monday by The Associated Press.

The two South American countries are known to have close ties with Iran, but this is the first allegation that they are involved in the development of Iran’s nuclear program, considered a strategic threat by Israel.

“There are reports that Venezuela supplies Iran with uranium for its nuclear program,” the Foreign Ministry document states, referring to previous Israeli intelligence conclusions.

It added, “Bolivia also supplies uranium to Iran.”
New York Times

And what kind of message would it send to the other Central and South American countries that back Iran? Or would we have to go in to them also? It almost looks as though we've found our next place to go in our bid to create a state of perpetual war.

"Amid the sanctions imposed by the west, the government of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today (14) that they have received support from representatives of Member States of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas (ALBA). The official news agency of Iran, IRNA, reported that Iran was referred to in a statement supported by ambassadors and heads of that block of states.

Venezuela, Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador and Nicaragua are integrated into ALBA. In a statement, according to IRNA, the countries have condemned the "aspirations of destabilization" attributed to the governments of the United States and Israel. In the document, the block also expresses support for the Iranian nuclear program. According to IRNA, ALBA warned that any military action against Iran would cause "terrible consequences for the world." According to the statement, it is essential to seek dialogue and a peaceful solution to the Iranian nuclear case."

We've been looking for a reason to get rid of Mugabe in Zimbabwe for years. Is this it?

"On April 22, the Drudge Report linked to an article about Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad meeting with Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe. It failed to cause a fuss, but it tells us a lot about why General David Petraeus believes that Iran’s nuclear program has been delayed and we have at least until the end of the year before it gets the bomb.

Iran secretly agreed last month to provide Zimbabwe with oil in return for being given access to its uranium ore, the basic material that must be enriched in order to create the fuel for a nuclear bomb. Iranian scientists have been studying the African nation’s deposits for over a year to prepare for mining. The Iranian regime may have enriched some of its uranium to 20 percent, but they will still need a lot of uranium ore to create a nuclear arsenal. This latest cooperation with Zimbabwe confirms reports that this is where the Iranians are having trouble.

...This is almost certainly the reason for General Petraeus’ statement and the recent bro-love between Mugabe and Ahmadinejad. A secret Israeli report said last May that Iran was also getting uranium from Venezuela and Bolivia. The Iranians and Venezuelans have talked about nuclear cooperation, and Chavez has agreed to allow Iran to explore for uranium in its Roraima Basin region. Venezuela’s mining minister says that Iran has already conducted surveys and testing and determined that the potential exists for the country to have uranium reserves, but it would take three years to certify the results. The news report says that only partial certification is needed for a project to begin.
Pajamas Media

It appears that Zimbabwe would be a relatively simple task with very little direct U.S. military invovlvement.

"America has military power just across the border in Botswana. The government of Botswana can't stand Mugabe, and is pro-American, pro-Western and pro-Capitalist. Many of the Blacks of Zimbabwe, as well as almost all Whites, are pro-American in many ways. The whole region is staggering under the weight of the Zimbabwe collapse - especially Botswana, which is being flooded with a sea of Zimbabwean refugees searching for jobs, food or simply protection from Mugabe's "war veterans". The Zimbabweans loved talking, but this time there seem to be real possibilities to defeat the Mugabe dictatorship.

Mugabe can be overthrown at a small price. If America were to divert the money it spends on Iraq in just one day, which is $12,500,000, it would be enough to see Mugabe out of power and the whole southern Africa would be changed in a way that would be extremely positive. For that bit of money, they could arm thousands of men. In no time at all, you would see serious results."
Global Politician

Is a new world war, sparked by Iran's bid to become a nuclear power, the pretext needed to consolidate power with the Marxist powers here in America? I've been looking for that perfect crisis to emerge just before the November elections and I'm thinking that this is all coming together rather nicely.

Potential targets for attack include Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and a host of other countries in our own hemisphere. Not to mention the biggie, Iran. Along with our perpetual war in Afghanistan we'll be so bogged down we'll never get out.

And don't forget the potential for race war and union riots here in America. And the ongoing nightmare in the Gulf. Not to mention the collapse of the American economy.

The perfect storm looms on the horizon. Prepare yourselves and your families and pray, pray, pray!

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1 comment:

  1. Dude, I live in Venezuela and can say that rumors and comments abound about the almost always empty Caracas - Teheran direct flights. It obviously is not a commercially valuable route from a passenger point of view.