Chamblee54

We See Such Weapons As Inhumane

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on February 13, 2010


Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has a way with words. Never mind the clumsy translations, the man speaks his mind. Sometimes he seems to contradict himself. Maybe the key factor is what the listener wants to hear.

In a recent interview on Russian TV, the fashionable one said that the era of nuclear weapons was over. The inability of the nuke happy United States to win in Iraq or Afghanistan was noted.
“We believe that not only the Middle East but also the whole world should be free of nuclear weapons because we see such weapons as inhumane,””Those who claim that they are against nuclear weapons should dismantle their nuclear weapons first to prove that they are honest,”
The concept of a nuclear free middle east has been proposed. However, this would mean Israel would need to get rid of her nukes. This is not likely to happen…indeed, Israel is doing the most saber rattling about the Iranian nuke program. The suspicion remains that Israel is whining about Persian nukes to deflect attention away from the Palestinian problem.

Pictures are from ” Special Collections and Archives,Georgia State University Library”

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  1. Steve Barton said, on February 13, 2010 at 11:04 pm

    Went back to a blog that had fallen into desuetude and found your comment:

    chamblee54 said…
    hey. Thanks ( I think) for the comment you left at my blog.
    There is something very esoteric about misspelling the word weird when quoting
    Hunter S. Thompson.
    Also…are you the Steve Barton that used to Live on Parkridge Drive?

    No I am not that Steve Barton! In the last Greater Atlanta White pages published there were at least 14 Steve Bartons!

    This post has lots of great pix. Hope I have time to read the words, too, ’cause they look good as the eye glides over.

    All the best,
    Steve Barton
    Dunwoody, Georgia

  2. Steve Barton said, on February 13, 2010 at 11:06 pm

    Ruh roh.

    “The suspicion remains that Israel is whining about Persian nukes to deflect attention away from the Palestinian problem.”

    Balderdash and ptui.

    Good day, sir.

    • chamblee54 said, on February 14, 2010 at 1:03 pm

      That may not be the primary reason for the noise Israel makes about the Persian nukes. It is a very convenient fringe benefit. And it works.


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