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Friday, July 31, 2009

Obama takes the military option off the table

I was asked to post this letter from De-nuke Iran.

July 30, 2009
Dear ,

Watching the news and reading the headlines this past week has been an exercise in frustration and anger.

The Obama administration continues to expend considerable energy to "reassure" Americans and Israelis that they consider the prospect of an impending nuclear-armed Iran to be unacceptable --
but I'm not buying it and I doubt you are either.

My husband and DeNuke Iran co-founder Michael Fenenbock and I are getting angrier and angrier as it is becoming clearer and clearer that Israel is going to be left to deal with what is rightfully a threat to the entire world.

As Ambassador John Bolton wrote in Tuesday's Wall Street Journal, it will soon be "crunch time" for Israel.

"Crunch time" is approaching for DeNuke Iran as well.

Michael and I continue to draw on our political experience and our personal resources to develop DeNuke Iran as a viable and effective voice for those who want to collectively take a stand against the non-action of the political leadership around the world, particularly in the United States.

I want to thank you for your continued support. These are indeed dark days, but I am confident we will soon grow to the tens and hundreds of thousands, and then together - collectively - we will make an impact. Please continue to "watch this space" for some exciting announcements in the very near future on how we intend to that. We are not being idle, and we are counting on you to help us successfully execute our plans.

In the meantime, here is the latest from Michael who has put down his thoughts in the very stark terms that matches the reality that we are currently facing. We are more motivated than ever to do what we can to right this terrible wrong. We take great pride in having you along for the ride.
If you are a small country and you have a bully for a neighbor, a bully who speaks of annihilating you, of wiping you off the map, then heaven help you because no one else will. You are alone.

If Iran is to be prevented from obtaining nuclear weapons, it will be up to Israel.

A few days ago President Obama sent Secretary of Defense Gates to Israel with a single, frightening task -- dissuade Israel from any thought of military action to take out Iran's nuclear facilities.

These are perilous times.

The mullahs who rule Iran with an iron fist move forward daily with their nuclear weapons program - and the missiles to deliver them and the sophisticated air defense systems to defend against an attack.

It's on Israel now. The Obama Administration has signaled to the world -- and to the mullahs -- that the US has no interest in a military option. Israel's decisions and actions will determine whether or not Iran obtains nuclear weapons.

Iran's centrifuges, its missile development, and its air defense systems are running round the clock. Time is up.

Israel faces a survival decision... it must confront the reality of living under constant threat of a nuclear attack. Israel must make its lonely decision based on that horrific reality, not based on the false promise of Mr. Obama's all-carrot-and-no-stick, dream world, pie-in-the-sky, kumbaya, "lets rap," Iran strategy that is doomed to fail.

So now Israel is left alone to ponder its future.

Pray for Israel and be very angry with the Obama administration.

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At 2:23 AM, Blogger Findalis said...

I'm not angry with the Obama regime, I'm furious! How dare he!

It is time to strike Iran before they get a nuke, not after they use one.

At 2:43 AM, Blogger HaShaliach said...

Obama has chosen the "safe" political route, which in the end, offers no safety at all.

No matter how the approaching conflict between Israel and Iran works out, the US will try to look like bystander and sadly admit that we tried to moderate a peaceful solution, but Israel just wouldn't listen.

On the other side of the coin, if Iran strikes first, we can still blame Israel because they didn't everything the US told them to do. In either case, Israel looses and the US makes "friends" with their oil suppliers, and hopefully delays the day the jehad strikes again on the shores of America.

This last event, however, is not really dependant on what the US or Israel does, it is just a matter of resources and timing.

At 6:08 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Any one who thinks America will act against the mullahs is dreaming.

What could go wrong indeed

At 1:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey findallis,

america is still in one occupation and another war...pray tell how they are gonna fight on another front?

and until i see absolute proof (just like was done with iraq) that iran is close to developing a nuke...i suggest we and the rest of the world stick with sanctions

btw...there is a country who does have nukes...and is indeed threatening to use them...so why arent you calling for this country to bomb the heck out of north korea?

At 9:29 PM, Blogger Findalis said...

Obama is talking about leaving Afghanistan by next summer. The troops in Iraq will be gone by then.

So Obama will have freed up his military for something big.

It has been Obama who has kept Iran safe from an Israeli attack.


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