"And though tyranny, because it needs no consent, may successfully rule over foreign peoples, it can stay in power only if it destroys first of all the national institutions of its own people."

Monday, October 1, 2007

Warmonger Bolton Again Calls for Bombing of Iran

John Bolton, think-tank purveyor of Zionist lies and propaganda, is at it again. The former U.S. ambassador to the UN said Sunday that he sees no other option than to attack Iran. Why this guy is still allowed to spew his filth on the world is beyond me. Not only that, the man still has his supporters. It's time to bomb HIM, and people like him.

"I don't think the use of military force is an attractive option, but I would tell you I don't know what the alternative is."
Of course he doesn't. Rational thought left this man's skull long ago.
The fact that intelligence about Iran's nuclear activity was partial should not be used as an excuse not to act, Mr Bolton insisted. "Intelligence can be wrong in more than one direction." He asked how the British government would respond if terrorists exploded a nuclear device at home. "'It's only Manchester?' ... Responding after they're used is unacceptable."
Using his own logic there, the Middle East has every reason to hate Israel. This guy is not working for the American people. He's working for Israel and its American lobbyists. Iran's capabilities right now is equal to that of a nuclear power plant. He's trying to further justify going to war just on assumptions and lies, not that we haven't seen this before from the man.
However, he praised the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, and his forthright criticism of Iran in recent weeks.

Raising the spectre of George Bush's "axis of evil", Mr Bolton said that Kim Jong-il's regime in North Korea was akin to a "prison camp" and that he would "sell anything to anyone".

Those who thought North Korea would give up its nuclear capability voluntarily were wrong, he said.
Of course he's going to praise France's new nonconservative dictator. This isn't the same France that led the coalition against the U.S. invasion of Iraq. He knows that. Predictably, he also had to spread some of the propagandist lies that North Korea is helping Syria go nuclear, which is a laughable impossibility. You can read the whole article here.

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