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    beejean

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    warships from Iran

    Post  beejean on Sun 16 Feb 2014, 3:42 pm

    warships from Iran

    Secretary of State John Kerry, whose old stomping grounds were around here, thought he'd try one of his smoke and mirrors routines on the international stage and unfortunately found out that real tyrants don't give a hoot about violating agreements.  He should have known this after all, but he's been extremely befuddled by the idea of secret conferences and their promises over the past year.  He must have been windsurfing on the Charles River while the denouement of the Hillary plan to start a "reset button" for Russia played out.

    Anyway, he threw chips into the secret conference pot by "making a deal" with a few guys from Iran to back off on their rush to produce a nuclear warhead by allowing access to billions of Iranian funds sitting in "confiscation" (which may mean the funds were propping up some US Bank or another) and also backing off on trade sanctions.  As Drudge Report mentioned a few days after this agreement, many top Iranian generals and their ilk released statements saying that they had given up nothing and the agreement was null and void from their perspective.

    These top Iranian generals and admirals could not believe how dense the Americans are  scratch about the utter repudiation of the secret agreement so they sent out warships and made it known through news releases that the agreement really presented no impediments in their nuclear program, because in fact they had tired of the American warships being in their vicinity near Bahrain and were now launching warships to the Atlantic Coast of US.  (In fact, a so-called "meteor" sighting in Maine this past week looked suspiciously like a missile trajectory.) http://strangesounds.org/2014/02/fireball-in-the-sky-over-oxford-county-maine-february-8-2014-video.html

    ITAR-TASS, on \"All Voices" Blog wrote: February 8th Iranian Commander Northern Fleet Admiral Rezai Haddad said in an interview with Fars, that "Iranian warships began to march into the Atlantic Ocean," and that the Iranian navy "approaching U.S. maritime boundary." According to him, "this maneuver is the message" - thus the Islamic Republic, "answers the increasing presence of the U.S. Navy in the Persian Gulf."

    According to Iranian media, this campaign involved ships of the 29th Flotilla - helicopter "Hark" and destroyer "Sabalan" that in the next three months will cover a distance of 25,000 nautical miles, according to ITAR-TASS.
     http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/16514890-iran-has-officially-confirmed-the-hike-of-their-warships-in-the-atlantic

    Since Iran has been hostile for so long, through so many leaders, it's hard to tell how much more hostile they are feeling today ?  Be happy if you're on the West coast.  As for me, I'm inclined to think that they just could not resist firing a test dud shot to see how it would look over the skies of Maine.

    Thanks, Kerry, for calling attention to our foreign-policy gaffes once again (even after the Syria chemical weapons bologna).
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    Iran denial about Sanction effectivity

    Post  beejean on Sun 16 Feb 2014, 4:37 pm

    Iran denial about Sanction effectivity

    AFP Tehran Desk wrote:Iran has repeatedly rejected suggestions that economic sanctions had forced it to the negotiating table, although last year then president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad admitted the punitive measures had caused "problems".

    The Islamic republic has also consistently denied its nuclear programme has a military dimension, as suspected by Western nations which imposed the sanctions.

    Under the deal struck in Geneva in November, Washington committed to "refrain from imposing new nuclear-related sanctions" for six months while world powers seek to hammer out a comprehensive settlement with Iran.

    Obama has also pledged to veto any bill by US lawmakers to impose new sanctions against Iran, warning the move could derail the talks.

    The negotiations between Iran and the so-called P5+1 powers -- Britain, China, France, Russia, the United States and Germany -- are scheduled to resume in New York next month.

    http://news.yahoo.com/iran-rejects-obama-boast-sanctions-forced-nuclear-deal-152210057.html?soc_src=copy

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