The Sinking Ship "America", Torpedoed By hypocrisy

GREETINGS,

  HERE AGAIN WE SEE AMERCAN POWER WAINING AND HER HYPOCRISY BEING EXPOSED TO FULL VIEW.SHE IS A SPENT FORCE. THE NATIONS THAT ONCE MARVELED AT HER STANDING IN THE WORLD NOW LOOK PAST HER TO IMPLIMENT THEIR OWN NATIONS INTERESTS DIPLOMATICALLY.

  AMERICA SEES THESE THINGS AND KNOWS HER DAYS ARE NOW SHORT. THIS IS THE BROKE HARLOT WHO DEPENDS ON OTHER NATIONS CHARITY TO FINANCE HER BUDGETS YET HOLDS CONTEMPT FOR THEM IF THEY DON’T BOW TO HER WHIMS OR PRESSURE. SHE HAS LOST RESPECT AMONG THE NATIONS OF EARTH.

  AMERICA WILL BE ISOLATED AND THEN BROUGHT TO DISGRACE BEFORE HER EVENTUAL DESTRUCTION BY FIRE. THIS IS HER DESTINY. SHE KNOWS THESE THINGS FULL WELL AND SHE IS BEING MADE TO FULFILL HER DREADED DESTINY.

  NO NATION WANTS HER AS A FRIEND. SHE MURDERS,LIES,CHEATS,KILLS,STEALS, BRIBES,AND THREATENS NATIONS IN ORDER TO GET HER WAY.THIS WAY IS NO LONGER SUFFICIENT BECAUSE THESE NATIONS NOW HAVE OR ARE ACQUIRING THE SAME WEAPONS AS AMERICA HAS.THIS IS REALLY WHAT HAS HER WORRIED. SHE KNOWS SCRIPTURE AND SHE FEARS THAT THE TIME WHEREIN NATIONS WILL RISE UP AGAINST HAS NOW COME,SO SHE IS TRYING TO WAR WITH THE MUSLIMS.

  THIS WILL END UP HURTING HER MORE IN THE LONG TERM. SHE WILL FALL.THE LEADERS AROUND THE EARTH SEES AND KNOWS IT AND THEY ARE NO LONGER AFRAID TO STAND UP TO HER AND VOICE THEIR NATIONS INTERESTS.THEY ARE NO LONGER TO SPEAK UP AGAINST THE GREAT WHORE THAT SAT ON MANY WATERS:

(This comes courtesy of www.spacewar.com) “‘Who said Iran is a matter for the United States?’: Lula


Iran to snub fuel-swap deal if sanctions imposed: senior MP
Tehran (AFP) May 20, 2010 – A top Iranian MP said Tehran will withdraw from a deal to swap low-enriched uranium for fuel for a research reactor if the UN Security Council slaps more sanctions on the country, the ISNA news agency reported Thursday. “There is the likelihood of another set of sanctions being issued against Iran, but we have already said that if it goes through then our commitments (on the LEU swap) agreement will no longer be considered,” deputy parliamentary speaker Mohammad Reza Bahonar was quote as saying. Bahonar’s remark comes two days after Tehran’s archfoe, Washington, and other world powers dismissed Tehran’s agreement to send around half its stock of LEU to Turkey in exchange for higher-enriched nuclear fuel. On Tuesday, the United States submitted a draft UN resolution calling for an international clampdown on Iranian banks, shipping and business dealings that might be linked to its nuclear activities.The draft has the blessing of all five of the veto-wielding permanent members of the Security Council, including the usual standouts China and Russia, Washington said. However, Brazil and Turkey, who brokered the fuel-swap deal, issued a joint letter on Wednesday demanding their agreement with Iran be considered, and that the sanctions push be dropped. The two are among the 10 non-permanent council members. Western powers suspect that Iran’s atomic programme is a cover for a nuclear weapons drive. Tehran denies that, saying its activities are for civilian use. Already under three sets of UN sanctions over its defiance of repeated ultimatums to suspend uranium enrichment, Iran touted its agreement with Brazil and Turkey as a goodwill gesture that paves the way for a resumption of talks with the major powers.Turkish PM to visit Brazil as UN mulls Iran sanctions
Brasilia (AFP) May 20, 2010 – The leaders of the two UN Security Council countries holding out against new sanctions on Iran, Turkey and Brazil, are to meet next week, diplomats from both countries told AFP. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will make a three-day visit to Brazil from next Wednesday, during which he will see Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, they said. Erdogan and Lula this week struck a deal with Iran over its nuclear program they thought would defuse a push by the United States to impose fresh sanctions on Tehran in the UN Security Council. But Washington and its allies dismissed Tehran’s agreement to send around half its stock of low-enriched uranium to Turkey in exchange for better-enriched nuclear fuel. On Tuesday, the United States submitted a UN resolution calling for an international clampdown on Iranian banks, shipping and business dealings that could be linked to its nuclear activities.

Brazil and Turkey on Wednesday issued a joint letter demanding their agreement with Iran be considered, and that the sanctions push be dropped. The countries are two of the 10 non-permanent Security Council members without the veto power of the five permanent members over resolutions. The resolution needs nine votes in the 15-seat Security Council chamber to pass. Erdogan is to be in Sao Paulo next Wednesday to inaugurate a new Turkish consulate and speak at a business conference, according to the diplomats. On Thursday, he was to see Lula over a working lunch in Brasilia. On Friday, the Turkish leader was to attend a UN-sponsored Global Forum on the Alliance of Civilizations, a conference bringing together Western and Muslim nations, in Rio.

by Staff Writers
Brasilia (AFP) May 20, 2010
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva hit out at the United States Thursday, challenging its muscular approach on Iran that sidelined diplomatic efforts he made this week to resolve the showdown.

Newspaper columnists “say that it was none of Brazil’s business to be an intermediary with Iran. But who said it was a matter for the United States?” he asked after returning from an overseas tour that included Tehran.

“The blunt truth is, Iran is being presented as if it were the devil, that it doesn’t want to sit down” to negotiate.

To the contrary, said Lula, “Iran decided to sit down at the negotiating table. It wants to see if the others are going to go along with what (it) has done.”

In an implied swipe at the US government of President Barack Obama, Lula added: “There are people who don’t know how to do politics without having an enemy.”

The bitter outburst to reporters in Brasilia came three days after Lula and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Tehran to secure a deal meant to stave off UN sanctions the United States is pushing for.

Initially hailed as a diplomatic master stroke, the deal fell by the wayside on Tuesday when the United States submitted a UN resolution calling for a new round of sanctions against Iran, saying the Tehran agreement was insufficient.

Brazil and Turkey, the two non-permanent members of the UN Security Council most opposed to the resolution, immediately sent a letter calling for the resolution to be dropped and their deal to be considered.

Lula said he believed his contribution upheld the spirit of multilateralism.

He added that the media backlash at home over his perceived failure was part of the “inferiority complex” Brazilians felt when pitted against the traditional Western powers.

“We went to Iran and we succeeded, after 18 hours of meetings… to get Iran to do what the UN Security Council had been asking it to do for the past six months,” he said.

He also highlighted the case of a young French teacher, Clotilde Reiss, accused of being a French spy by Iran, who was released to return home during his visit to Tehran, although he stopped short of saying that that had been a bargaining chip in the negotiations.

“We were talking for four and half months to get her freed. Nobody knew that, except us,” Lula said.

A top Iranian MP, deputy parliamentary speaker Mohammad Reza Bahonar, said Tehran will withdraw from the Brazil-brokered deal to swap low-enriched uranium for fuel for a research reactor if sanctions are applied, the ISNA news agency reported.

Turkish and Brazilian diplomats, meanwhile, said Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan would be traveling to Brazil next week to speak with Lula.

earlier related report

Click here for reuse options!
Copyright 2010 Hiram's 1555 Blog

Leave a Reply