Nuclear Clock Strikes

President Obama’s January 1, 2010 Iranian nuclear weapons development deadline has been reached – and breached.  So, in the wake of Khamnei’s and Ahmadinejad’s rather laughing dismissal of President Obama’s rhetoric, what happens now?

Believe me when I say that this was  Obama’s deadline, not Iran’s. Obama had until January 1, 2010 to solve for the Iranian Question.  He and his words have failed – again.

President Obama spoke – he spoke a great deal – And the regime currently ruling Iran didn’t just ignore him, they laughingly defied him and accelerated their nuclear weapons development program.

They built clandestine, hardened uranium enrichment facilities near Qom, facilities too small for energy production use but very well-suited for weapons development.  Now it is reported that they are trying to illicitly purchase approximately 1350 tons of purified uranium purified uranium ore, aka yellow cake, from Kazakhstan. All  the time while doing this the Muslim regime ruling Iran has threatened Israel and taunted the Civilized World. They have also conducted very public tests of medium and long range missiles to carry a nuclear payload as far as Europe.

As of today, President Obama’s deadline to halt Iran’s dangerous quest for nuclear weapons has past and Iran continues on its hell spawned agenda to be a nuclear power. But does President Obama have anything but well-crafted but empty words and incomplete and ineffectual sanctions to answer Iran’s truculence with?

The Doomsday Clock of a Nuclear Iran strikes ever closer to midnight.  Khamenei and Ahmadinejad have called Obama’s bluff and now Obama has to show his cards – and whatever small measure of mettle he might have.

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11 Responses to “Nuclear Clock Strikes”

  1. Elric66 Says:

    Israel will take care of it

  2. Samantha Says:

    My son who has a blog on wordpress also, and I found your blog through him. You are a talented writer and your thoughts are right on. The thought of a nuclear Iran frightens me, and as much as I would like to believe the commenter above when he/she says that ‘Israel will take care of it’, I have little hope that Israel will do so. They have taken care of many things of this nature in the past, but their recent policies and postures show an unfortunate weakness in their rulers.

  3. jonolan Says:

    While it’s true that Israel might take care of the problem caused by Iran’s nuclear weapons program, it is not certain that they could do so without the backing of the US, backing that is in no way certain with Obama and the antisemitic Liberals in power.

    Also, Israel solving for the Iranian Question – rather poetically ironic if it happens – still doesn’t solve the greater problem caused by Obama setting a deadline, being laughed at in open defiance by Iran, and no substantive action being taken by Obama’s regime in response / retaliation.

  4. Elric66 Says:

    We will see. Israel said they would go it alone if meaningful sanctions werent in place by Christmas. Israel is facing a nuclear holocaust, they cant afford not to do something.

    As for Obama, he is a different problem. I am hoping that the 2010 elections will render him impotent and possibly impeached. But that wont solve everything because he is merely a salesman for an agenda.

  5. txlady706 Says:

    Israel has turned from G-d and when that happens G-d teaches Israel a lesson. This is a reoccurring theme in the ME. Muslim made a play for Europe before. The crusades beat them back. Many people forget what began the Crusades or people have been lied to by the current history revisionists. I hear that the Crusades began as a result of Christians being intolerance. The reasons they began and were as viscous is because the Muslims had made their way through Spain and into France on the Western front. The Easter portion of Europe saw the Muslim Crusades as far North as Germany. So, the Christian Crusades began as a retaliation to the Muslims gaining much of Britannia.

    History has been erased. The schools teach fables. They might as well teach the brothers Grimm as history instead. It would not make a difference. The children get nothing of history or geography. They are ignorant and easily over convinced of matters they know nothing of. A great example is the Climate Change fable. They are told that they should not believe their lying eyes only believe the ruminations of Al Grimm.

    I will get off my pill box now. Sorry for making my rant so long.

    I have “issues”



  6. Elric66 Says:


    You are my kind of lady. Cant disagree with anything you said. Please rant on more. People need to hear the truth.

  7. Samantha Says:

    I totally agree, TXLady706. G-d gets what G-d wants — one way or another. Rant on.

  8. Anon Says:

    “Iran has threatened Israel and taunted the Civilized World”– civilized? So anyone not threatened by them is barbaric? Pakistanis, Indian, Chinese… hell anyone not white?

  9. jonolan Says:

    I wondered how long it would be before some puling little race baiter showed up to spew nonsensical crap. It took a wee bit longer than I expected actually.

    But, in response to what passes for your point, Anon – the racial makeup of the nations involved is largely immaterial. It is a matter of their comparative levels of civilization, culture, and morality that differentiates between the Civilized World and barbarians howling, yammering, and/or pleading for hand-outs at its proverbial gates.

  10. Elric66 Says:

    Actually the Indians on a whole are civilized expect the muslim regions.

  11. Nabiha Meher Says:

    Anon- it’s about cultural and moral superiority- not race. If you do not do as the powerful say you do, you are inevitably going to be insulted and degraded. Basically, if you don’t agree with those in power, you’re a barbarian. I suggest you read “Barbarians” by Terry Jones.

    I just have one thing to say because I find it insulting to be told that my country is uncivilised. The term is too problematic. When Gandhi was asked what he thought of western civilization, his answer was “it would be a good idea.”

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