18 Apr

Iran General Says It Has Identified U.S., Israel “weak points”

Iran has identified U.S., Israel “weak points


Tehran, Iran, Apr. 17 – Iran’s military has “fully identified the weak points of the United States and Israel” and has already determined how to deal with the U.S. if it attacked the oil-rich nation, a top military commander said on Monday.

“If there is a war, the enemy will not be able to escape from our forces”, Brigadier General Seyyed Abdol-Rahim Moussavi, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff of the armed forces, told the state-run news agency Fars.

The general said the army would put on display “new military hardware” at a parade by the armed forces on Tuesday.

“Some of the new military hardware which can be made public will be put on display during tomorrow’s parade”, he said, without further elaboration.

If Iran was attacked, Moussavi said,:

“The enemies will face types of weapons which they would have never been able to imagine”.

Wild Thing’s comment……
Blah,blah,blah you freak Brigadier General Seyyed Abdol-Rahim Moussavi! HERE is the USA’s reply! ( turn up your sound)

18 Apr

Journalists call U.S. military ‘other side’


Donald Rumsfeld: Media Sees Military as ‘Other Side’
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Monday that journalists covering the Iraq war no longer want to be embedded with U.S. military units because they viewed American troops as “the other side.”
In an interview Monday with EIB Radio host Rush Limbaugh, Rumsfeld noted that “far fewer journalists . . . have stepped up to become embedded” compared to the early days of the war.



The defense chief recalled:

“I asked one reporter about that, and there was kind of the impression left that, ‘Well, if you got embedded then you were really part of the problem instead of part of the solution and you were almost going over to the other side.'”

Rumsfeld then added:

“I think that’s an inexcusable thought, and I don’t know if that’s the case with all reporters.”

The Pentagon leader said that before the press grew disenchanted with it, he considered the military’s embed program to have been a significant success.

“A lot of people who are reporters and journalists were able to work with our troops and see precisely how terrific they are, the wonderful job they do, the kinds of people they are, how professional they are,” he told Limbaugh. “And the rest of their lives they’re going to have an impression of the American military that will be good for journalism, in my view.”

Rumsfeld said he wasn’t overly troubled by recent criticism by six retired generals who have called on him to resign, telling Limbaugh:

“If you started chasing, running around chasing public opinion polls or a handful of people who are critics of this or critics on that, you wouldn’t get anywhere in this world.”

Instead he said he was pleased that former Joint Chiefs Chairman, Gen. Richard Myers, former CENTCOM Commander Tommy Franks, his second in command, Gen. Mike DeLong and Admiral Vern Clark have issued supportive statements in recent days.
Rushlimbaugh.com | Transcript | Rumsfeld | Excerpt:

I think we just have to accept it, that people have a right to say what they want to say, and to have an acceptance of that and recognize that the terrorists, Zarqawi and bin Laden and Zawahiri, those people have media committees. They are actively out there trying to manipulate the press in the United States. They are very good at it. They’re much better at (laughing) managing those kinds of things than we are, and we have to recognize that we’re not going to lose any battles out in the global war on terror out in Iraq or Afghanistan. The center of gravity of that war is right here, and in the capital of the United States of America and other Western capitals, in London, they’re trying. It’s a test of wills, and what’s at stake for our country is our way of life.

[End Excerpt]
More of Rush Interviews Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld


Wild Thing’s comment……
Western journalists are now primarily interested in being embedded with terrorists. The terrorists are the noble truth tellers in this saga. The American military is cruel deception and torture. Time’s Michael Ware comes to mind.
We need to adapt to a post-treason world and start telling the world bluntly as it is. Too many journalists want our soldiers to die and for terrorists to ’embarrass Bush’

17 Apr

Boy, Is He Going To Be Surprised

Top sheikh: Jerusalem Islamic nation’s capital
Marking anniversary of prophet Muhammad’s birth, 30,000 Muslims gather in Kfar Kana soccer stadium in event organized by Islamic Movement; leader Shiekh Salah calls for return of Jerusalem to Arab, Palestinian, Muslim hands
Marking anniversary of prophet Muhammad’s birth, 30,000 Muslims gather in Kfar Kana soccer stadium in event organized by Islamic Movement; leader Shiekh Salah calls for return of Jerusalem to Arab, Palestinian, Muslim hands
More than 30,000 Arab-Israeli Muslims participated in a massive protest Saturday night at the Kfar Kana soccer stadium marking the anniversary of the prophet Muhammad’s birth.
The event was organized by the Islamic Movement, headed by Sheikh Sheikh Raed Salah. A huge stage in the shape of a heart was set up at the center of the site, and the words “Prophet Muhammad” were written across the center of it, Israel’s leading newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth reported Sunday.
The event was broadcast live on television throughout the Middle East and elsewhere by Al-Jazeera, and Sheikh Salah addressed the Arab world, calling on them to “save Jerusalem from the hands of the Jews,” who, he said, were collecting millions of dollars to reinforce their grip on the city.
“Jerusalem will soon be the capital of the world Islamic nation, and it will be governed by a caliph,” Salah said. “The Six Days War hasn’t ended since 1967, and it continues in Jerusalem,” he added.
‘They want to starve our people’
According to the Muslim leader, the millions of dollars invested by Israel in Jerusalem will be for naught.
“They want to build a temple instead of the al-Aqsa mosque, and that will never happen,” he said, and appealed to the Arab world to establish a fund to “save Jerusalem” from the Jews and restore it as an exclusively Arab, Palestinian and Muslim city.
Regarding the Palestinian situation, Salah expounded at length about the Israeli siege of the Palestinian territories, especially since Hamas’ victory in the parliamentary elections.
“They want to starve our people. Will you let them?” Salah demanded of his audience.

17 Apr

Palestinian’s Natural Born Murderers! Killers All of Them!

A Palestinian suicide bomber has struck a falafel restaurant in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv
The attack took place on busy street near a bus station in the Neve Shaanan area, during the Jewish festival of Passover.
A number of people were killed, and dozens were injured in the first such attack since Hamas took power.
The Palestinian militant group, Islamic Jihad, said one of its members carried out the bombing.
The Palestinian leader, Mahmoud Abbas, immediately condemned the violence and described it as a terrorist act.
However, the governing militant group Hamas said it was a legitimate response to Israeli “aggression”.


Eight Dead and 50 Wounded in Tel Aviv Suicide Bombing
An Arab suicide bomber, detonated a large explosive at a Tel Aviv fast food stand in the Neveh Sha’anan neighborhood Monday afternoon, killing at least eight civilians.


An Arab suicide bomber, detonated a large explosive at a Tel Aviv fast food stand in the Neveh Sha’anan neighborhood Monday afternoon, killing at least eight civilians.
At least 50 persons were wounded, with 15 sustaining moderate to severe injuries. The wounded have been evacuated to local hospitals, among them, Ichilov, Beilinson, Wolfson, and Tel Hashomer.
Of those seriously injured, at least five are reported to be in critical condition.
An eye-witness at the scene, Rafi Hayun, told Israel Radio that the terrorist was a female. He estimated that five persons, aside from the terrorist, were killed in the attack. That figure has since been confirmed by official sources. The identity of the terrorist has not been confirmed.
Police are investigating how the terrorist reached the Tel Aviv destination and whether any assistance was received by other terrorists still in the vicinity.
The Islamic Jihad terror group and the Al Aksa Brigades, the military wing of the Fatah party, have claimed responsibility for the attack. Fatah is the party of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Mahmoud Abbas, and his predecessor, PLO terrorist chieftain Yassir Arafat.
In 1993, Israel signed the Oslo Accords and ceded control of heavily populated Arab areas to the Palestinian Authority. When the accords were signed, the PLO and its largest component, Fatah, pledged in writing to refrain from carrying out terrorist attacks or from using violence of any kind against Israel.
The Al Aksa Brigades and the Islamic Jihad have been cooperating extensively to carry out terrorist attacks against Israel, especially since Hamas won a pivotal parliamentary election in the Palestinian Authority last January.
The fast food felafel stand, “Rosh Ha-Ir,” in the vicinity of Tel Aviv’s former central bus station, was the site of a terrorist attack three months ago. Thrity-two people were injured in that attack which was also carried out by the Islamic Jihad.
Following Monday’s latest attack, Police Commissioner Moshe Karadi, put the nation on maximum alert, out of concern that the inauguration of the 17th Knesset, scheduled for 4:00 this afternoon will serve as a pretext for more attacks.
As of Monday afternoon, Israel’s security apparatus was faced with the threat of 19 specific terrorist attacks, warning of an impending attack at a specific time and place. Eighty more general threats of attack have been reported to Israel’s intelligence agencies.
Karadi noted that the police had no specific warning of the impending terrorist attack in Tel Aviv.
According to latest reports, a blue Mitsubishi, suspected of being the vehicle that transported the suicide bomber to his target in Tel Aviv, has been stopped by the IDF at the Ofir roadblock on Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Highway 443, near Ramallah in the Binyamin area. A number of persons in the car have been arrested and are being questioned by security agencies.
Israel National News
and HERE
Wild Thing’s comment………..
The only comment I have is I hope and pray they go after anyone,anytime, anywhere that brings death to any Israeli. No excuses, no lengthy discussion of why it is necessary or not, nor why they should hold off. NO, I have had ENOUGH of this BS and discussions. It is time to fight back and fight back with a vengence!

17 Apr

Street Posters In Tehran

A motorcycle passes by a building carrying an anti-United States poster in Tehran, capital of Iran, April 13, 2006. Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Mohamed ElBaladei arrived in Tehran on April 13, amid an escalating crisis over the Iranian nuclear issue.


An anti-United States poster in Tehran, capital of Iran




Wild Thing’s comment…….
Nothing like some propaganda on a Sunday drive around Tehran.

17 Apr

Hamas Fund Raiser

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, left, shakes hands with exiled Palestinian Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, in Tehran, Iran, Sunday, April, 16, 2006. Iran has pledged $50 million to the Palestinian Authority
Hamas Gets $50 M Boost From Iran
Iran on Sunday said it would give the Palestinian Authority $50 million in aid, moving in as the United States and Europe have withheld funding to the Hamas-led government.
Israel, the United States and the European Union require Hamas, which they consider a terrorist organization, to renounce violence and recognize the Jewish state to obtain funding.
But Hamas’ political leader Khaled Mashaal reiterated the group’s refusal to meet those demands, saying Saturday in Tehran that his government would “never recognize Israel.”
Wild Thing’s comment……
Let’s see who else is helping out Hamas:
Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have pledged $80m in aid to the Hamas-led Palestinian government, finance minister Omar Abdelrazek said yesterday.
“We have received pledges from the Arab world that will help us operate for several months,” the minister said on the website of Hamas. “In all, $20m from Saudi Arabia, $40m from Kuwait and $20m from the UAE are to be transferred,” he said. “We will not collapse despite the war being waged against us by the racist Zionists, by the United States and the European Union,” he said.
Russia has also pledged aid to Hamas. Russia, breaking with a US-led boycott campaign, promised on Saturday, April 15, to offer aid to the cash-strapped Palestinian Authority, which appealed to Arab countries to honor their aid pledges.
Washington has also barred American citizens and organizations from business dealings with the PA.
Former US president Jimmy Carter cautioned on February 20, the United States and Israel against punishing the Palestinian people for electing the resistance group.

16 Apr

Turbanate Them

Iran suicide bombers ‘ready to hit Britain’

IRAN has formed battalions of suicide bombers to strike at British and American targets if the nation’s nuclear sites are attacked. According to Iranian officials, 40,000 trained suicide bombers are ready for action.
The main force, named the Special Unit of Martyr Seekers in the Revolutionary Guards, was first seen last month when members marched in a military parade, dressed in olive-green uniforms with explosive packs around their waists and detonators held high.
Dr Hassan Abbasi, head of the Centre for Doctrinal Strategic Studies in the Revolutionary Guards, said in a speech that 29 western targets had been identified:

“We are ready to attack American and British sensitive points if they attack Iran’s nuclear facilities.” He added that some of them were “quite close” to the Iranian border in Iraq.

In a tape recording heard by The Sunday Times, Abbasi warned the would-be martyrs to “pay close attention to wily England” and vowed that “Britain’s demise is on our agenda”.
At a recruiting station in Tehran recently, volunteers for the force had to show their birth certificates, give proof of their address and tick a box stating whether they would prefer to attack American targets in Iraq or Israeli targets.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned last Friday that Israel was heading towards “annihilation”. He was speaking at a Tehran conference on Palestinian rights aimed at promoting Iran as a new Middle Eastern superpower.
According to western intelligence documents leaked to The Sunday Times, the Revolutionary Guards are in charge of a secret nuclear weapons programme designed to evade the scrutiny of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
One of the leaked reports, dating from February this year, confirms that President George W Bush is preparing to strike Iran. “If the problem is not resolved in some way, he intends to act before leaving office because it would be ‘unfair’ to leave the task of destroying Iran’s nuclear facilities to a new president,” the document says.
Alireza Jafarzadeh, a former spokesman for National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an opposition group, said a secret, parallel military programme was under way. According to sources inside Iran, the Revolutionary Guards were constructing underground sites that could be activated if Iran’s known nuclear facilities were destroyed.
The NCRI is the political wing of the Mujaheddin-e-Khalq, which is deemed a terrorist organisation in Britain and America. However, much of its information is considered to be “absolutely credible” by western intelligence sources after Jafarzadeh revealed the existence of the Natanz plant in 2002.
Within the past year, 14 large and several smaller projects have been created, according to Jafarzadeh. Several are designed to be nuclear factories; others are for the storage of weapons, he claimed.

Wild Thing’s comment…..
The government in Iran needs its ass kicked hard. 40,000 trained suicide bombers? Good grief! Their rhetoric is on overkill!
Hey all you Revolutionary Guard Guys, most of us Amuricans hang out at a place in New York called the United Nations. But, please don’t bomb that, we use that as a place to make our films about your culture being bad and we use that as a place to plan wars against your country. We’d be really unhappy if you bombed our United Nations headquarters in New York City.
Let me know if you need the address.

15 Apr

“Stinky” Ahmadinejad

Iran prez arrests 4 over text message
Fires head of phone company, sues over claim he doesn’t wash
Hey how about maybe get this stenciled onto a missile headed his way.- Wild Thing
Story here
When Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad got an anonymous text message suggesting he didn’t wash enough, he did not take it lying down.
He fired the president of the phone company, had four people arrested, took other legal action and accused those involve of conspiring with the Israeli foreign intelligence service Mossad, according to the Iranian opposition website Rooz Online. …..( you can click at the top of their page on the left to read it in English)
The website says Ahmadinejad, known throughout the world as a hard-liner who has threatened Israel with destruction and questioned the Holocaust, is the target of many barbs among the populace in his country.
But the mullah regime doesn’t show much of a sense of humor. Of particular concern are jokes comparing Iran’s nuclear ambitions with sex. Several people have reportedly received court summonses for sending nuclear-related jokes, according to the website.
Tehran has taken a tough stance against opposition on the Internet. Many of the nation’s estimated 70,000 to 100,000 bloggers have faced harassment or imprisonment. The regime has acknowledged monitoring text message traffic.

Wild Thing’s comment………
Thank you to the Mossad! Hey Stinky Ahmadinejad
Lesson here for you
This is a bathtub
use water and soap
little yellow rubber duck is optional

15 Apr

Iran Issues Stark Military Warning to United States

Iran said it could defeat any American military action over its controversial nuclear drive, in one of the Islamic regime’s boldest challenges yet to the United States.


“You can start a war but it won’t be you who finishes it,” said General Yahya Rahim Safavi, the head of the Revolutionary Guards and among the regime’s most powerful figures.

“The Americans know better than anyone that their troops in the region and in Iraq are vulnerable. I would advise them not to commit such a strategic error,” he told reporters on the sidelines of a pro-Palestinian conference in Tehran.

The United States accuses Iran of using an atomic energy drive as a mask for weapons development. Last weekend US news reports said President George W. Bush’s administration was refining plans for preventive strikes on Iran’s nuclear facilities.

“I would advise them to first get out of their quagmire in Iraq before getting into an even bigger one,” General Safavi said with a grin.

“We have American forces in the region under total surveillance. For the past two years, we have been ready for any scenario, whether sanctions or an attack.”

Iran announced this week it had successfully enriched uranium to make nuclear fuel, despite a UN Security Council demand for the sensitive work to be halted by April 28.
The Islamic regime says it only wants to generate atomic energy, but enrichment can be extended to make the fissile core of a nuclear warhead — something the United States is convinced that “axis of evil” member Iran wants to acquire.
At a Friday prayer sermon in Tehran, senior cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Janati simply branded the US as a “decaying power” lacking the “stamina” to block Iran’s ambitions.
And hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told AFP that a US push for tough United Nations sanctions was of “no importance.”

“She is free to say whatever she wants,” the president replied when asked to respond to comments by US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice highlighting part of the UN charter that provides for sanctions backed up by the threat of military action.

“We give no importance to her comments,” he said with a broad smile.

On Thursday, Rice said that faced with Iran’s intransigence, the United States “will look at the full range of options available to the United Nations.”
“There is no doubt that Iran continues to defy the will of the international community,” Rice said, after Iran also dismissed a personal appeal from the UN atomic watchdog chief Mohamed ElBaradei.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief must give a report at the end of April on Iranian compliance with the Security Council demand. In Tehran he said that after three years of investigations Iran’s activities were “still hazy and not very clear.”
Although the United States has been prodding the council to take a tough stand against the Islamic republic, including possible sanctions, it has run into opposition from veto-wielding members Russia and China.
Representatives of the five permanent members of the Security Council plus Germany are to meet in Moscow Tuesday to discuss the crisis.
In seeking to deter international action, Iran has been playing up its oil wealth, its military might in strategic Gulf waters and its influence across the region — such as in Iraq, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories.
At the Tehran conference, Iran continued to thumb its nose at the United States and Israel.

“The Zionist regime is an injustice and by its very nature a permanent threat,” Ahmadinejad told the gathering of regime officials, visiting Palestinian militant leaders and foreign sympathizers.

“Whether you like it or not, the Zionist regime is on the road to being eliminated,” said Ahmadinejad, whose regime does not recognise Israel and who drew international condemnation last year when he said Israel should be “wiped off the map.”

Unfazed by his critics, the hardliner went on to repeat his controversial stance on the Holocaust.
“If there is serious doubt over the Holocaust, there is no doubt over the catastrophe and Holocaust being faced by the Palestinians,” said the president, who had previously dismissed as a “myth” the killing of an estimated six million Jews by the Nazis and their allies during World War II.

“I tell the governments who support Zionism to … let the migrants (Jews) return to their countries of origin. If you think you owe them something, give them some of your land,” he said.

Iran’s turbaned supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, also accused the United States of seeking to place the entire region under Israeli control.

“The plots by the American government against Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon aimed at governing the Middle East with the control of the Zionist regime will not succeed,” Khamenei said.

There was no immediate reaction from Washington, but French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy severely condemned Ahmadinejad for his latest remarks on Israel.
“As I have had occasion to do before, when the Iranian president made similar statements, I condemn these inacceptable remarks in the strongest possible terms,” Douste-Blazy said in a statement.
“Israel’s right to exist and the reality of the Holocaust should not be disputed,” he added.