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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

A reason to bomb Iran NOW

Tehran is a target-rich environment this week with a bonus: Moonbat British MP George Galloway is visiting (Hat Tip: Hot Air).
BY the time you read this, I will be in Iran. I've never been there before, never met an Iranian leader - I don't even like the present Iranian leadership - so remember all that, because it might become important.

I'm determined to do my bit for the anti-war effort. We need another war like Gordon Brown needs another by-election.

But the Sunday papers were again full of Israeli war games and threats as speculation mounts of a massive bombardment of yet another Muslim country.

I'm going for the first anniversary of Press TV, on which I present two programmes - Comment at 10.30pm on Thursdays and The Real Deal at 10.30pm on Sundays.

This week I hope to meet Ali Larijani, formerly Iran's nuclear negotiator, now speaker of the Iranian parliament and, I hope, the next president.
I wonder if Ahmadinejad knows that Galloway supports Larijani.
Larijani proved beyond even the CIA's attempt at contradiction that Iran is acting entirely within her legal rights to develop nuclear power.


So let me run that past you. Israel, which has hundreds of nuclear weapons, seems to be planning to attack a country with none with the support of France, Britain and the US and all in the name of, er, checking the spread of nuclear weapons in that region.

You couldn't make it up, but alas you don't have to.

The Dr Strangeloves who've taken over the bunker have already done so.

Next week's column, should I survive, will no doubt tell you about the great civilisation that is Persia, which hasn't attacked another country for more than 300 years, not a boast we can make ourselves.
I wonder what Saddam Hussein would have to say about that. Thankfully, we don't have to find out.

Maybe when Galloway returns from Iran, he can travel to the US to campaign for Barack Hussein Obama.


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