Thursday, May 18, 2006

Follow-up : Hey! Read this, too!

Ex-Military Intelligence chief Ze'evi warns of impending world jihad 'tsunami'

By Amos Harel, Haaretz Correspondent
15/05/2006

Here

"Former Military Intelligence chief Aharon Ze'evi warned Monday morning of an impending world jihad "tsunami" that he said may soon descend on the entire Middle East.
Ze'evi, speaking at a Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies conference in Tel Aviv University, said that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinijad has been overheard promising the "end of history in two or three years."
Ze'evi recommended that the Iranian threats be taken seriously, saying that Tehran will soon have nuclear warhead compatible surface-to-surface missiles with a range of 5,000 kilometers, putting Europe within striking distance."

Now, let's review his quote from my May 15th post, "Hey! Read this..."

"we have not come [to power] for democracy. We are here to prepare the way for the emergence of the Hidden Imam... ".

Is a bell going off in your head? Well, it should be!
Anyone who thinks that they can negotiate with a gov't putting out this kind of religious "End Times"/Armageddon message, had better slap themselves really hard and wake up! You can't negotiate and reason with people like this. They aren't operating on the same plane or planet as the rest of us. They are driven by an illogical obsession and no amount of reasoning or logic is going to change their minds.

The only logical way out of this situation is to remove the current Iranian regime and allow the Iranian people to vote on a referendum for a new gov't and new representatives.

Reza Pahlavi is trying to unite various opposition groups in a coordinated effort to help bring down the regime. Washington needs to put money and resources behind this effort. The EU needs to put money and resources behind this effort.

Put this regime out of business and the nuclear weapons threat disappears.

1 Comments:

Blogger Winston said...

A democratic, friendly and peaceful Iran WILL help stabilize the chaotic status of the middle east

May 18, 2006, 1:53:00 PM  

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