The Iran War is on the Front Burner

By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

 

Global Research, September 28, 2007

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The war that Dick Cheney has been planning against Iran, has moved from the back burner to the front, and those who do not see this are either blind or complicit.

Military deployments are in place, as laid out in detail in a Sept. 16 feature by Michel Chossudovsky in Global Research, while the statements of intent to wage war, issued by President Bush and Vice President Cheney, have been hyped in British and American news outlets.

The fact that war is high on the agenda, was denounced by the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Dr. Mohammad ElBaradei, who made a dramatic exit from an ongoing meeting of the IAEA board of governors on Sept. 11, in protest against the manifest intent of the U.S. and U.K. delegations, as well as the rotating EU presidency representative, to proceed with military aggression.

ElBaradei, who was so furious that he initially refused to talk to the press, clearly stated, in his Sept. 10 report to the UN body, that the course chosen by the IAEA, to proceed with diplomacy and inspections, was succeeding in providing the necessary clarifications of outstanding questions about Iran’s nuclear energy program.

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2 Responses to “The Iran War is on the Front Burner”

  1. longlivetheinfidel Says:

    Yes, let us attack Iran soon! The world of good needs to cripple the Islamic beast.. Islamofascist Persia cannot be allowed to have nuclear weapons. I whole-heartedly support crushing this country.

    Btw, why is it that you attack the West yet live in Norway????

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  2. sudhan Says:

    I have published your comment out of courtesy. But as far as your views are concerned no sane person has to say anything about them.

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