Thursday, February 8, 2007

Free America Now!

Free America Now!


Iran said to have assembled two uranium units

America belongs to Americans! They don’t have to;

1. Fight and die for Nazi Zionist Israel,

2. Earn hate and curse due to their illegal and immoral blind support for Israel,

3. Abuse and misuse Veto power for Israeli war crimes and genocides.

1. Americans must regain control of their country!

2. Americans are not slaves of Israel!!

3. Israelites are not masters of America!!!

However, Isador and Baruch have different ideas!

"The governments of the peoples included in this world republic, with the aid of the victorious proletariat, all will fall without difficulty into Jewish hands. Private property will then be strangled by the Jewish directors, who will administer the state patrimony everywhere. Thus the promise of the Talmud will be fulfilled, that is, the promise that the Jews, at the arrival of the Messiah, will possess the key to the wealth of all the peoples of the earth." - Baruch Levy, in a letter to Karl Marx, published in the Rothschild controlled La Revue de Paris, June 1, 1928.

"Nations will gather together to bring their homage to the people of God; the whole fortune of nations will pass into the hands of the Jewish people, they will march behind the Jewish people, in chains as captives, and will prostrate before it." - Isador Loeb, Le Probleme Juif.


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, sanjay pandey wrote:

Agreed fully.

The only reason USA thinks that its borders end at Indo-Pak border is the nuclear arsenal of India and not because of its love for India.

Sanjay


--- taxi_faruque <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/freeamericanow/post?postID=MNV5sLHht9rGgI9QEyzwOnI3g5SZ4_-zC9v4zRbSx4S9N0PrDUHyOREVP0TOAeAmb43mt5EWQl1GMZr7lh6GIrlzhA> wrote:

I say, let’s open an inquiry about neo-cons i.e. Israelites of America and their negative impact in:
1. American society,
2. World peace,
3. American trade, politics, safety, and standing in the world.

I also say, an Iranian nuclear bomb will act as a deterrent against Zionised American terrorism in the region and thereby the bomb will again ensure peace and stability in the area.


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, sanjay pandey wrote:

Grandma,

If UN goes for further sanctions against Iran on the advice of US State Dept then it will just be making a laughing stock of itself.

Before anything can be accepted from USA or its Criminal Allies as credible, they must produce the WMD's from Iraq and evidence of Osama Bin Laden's involvement in WTC.

It has been eons and we are still waiting for both of them.

Moreover, if UN cannot disarm the current Nuclear Weapon States then it does not have any right to ask other states not to arm.

The first candidate should be the only country to have used them, i.e., USA.

Sanjay


--- Jodie <jodie_usa2000@...> wrote:

Iran said to have assembled two uranium units...

Whoop de Doo !! Iran.... Stand up and don't let the U.S. bully you... Go for it !! What's or two more nuclear bombs? Nothing..........

Jodie

By GEORGE JAHN, Associated Press Writer 1 hour, 7 minutes ago

VIENNA, Austria - Shrugging off the threat of tougher U.N. sanctions,

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has set up more than 300 centrifuges in two uranium enrichment units at its underground Natanz complex, diplomats and officials said Monday.

The move potentially opens the way for larger scale enrichment that could be used to create nuclear warheads. Iranian leaders have repeatedly said the Natanz underground hall would house first 3,000 centrifuges and ultimately 54,000 machines.

It also poses a direct challenge to the Security Council, which late last month imposed limited sanctions targeting programs and individuals linked to Tehran's nuclear and ballistic missile programs ?and warned of stricter penalties within 60 days unless Iran freezes enrichment.

Speaking separately ?and demanding anonymity because their information was confidential ?a diplomat accredited to the Vienna-based


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and a U.S. official said that two "cascades" of 164 centrifuges each had been set up in recent days.

The likely next step was "dry testing" ?running the linkups without uranium gas inside ?to be followed by attempts to spin and re-spin the gas. The process, known as enrichment, can be used to fuel nuclear power plants. But at higher levels of enrichment the material can be used for the core of nuclear warheads.

Both the Iranian leadership and the Vienna-based IAEA, which is the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog agency, had said recently that Tehran would start assembling the machines this month.

In another sign that Tehran was forging ahead with plans to create a large-scale "pilot plant" of 3,000 centrifuges running in series, U.N. officials late last week told the AP that that piping, cables, control panels and air conditioning systems had been installed at Natanz to support such a number of machines.

David Albright, the former U.N. nuclear inspector whose Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security tracks Iran's nuclear activities, said the country was likely capable of hooking up 300 to 500 centrifuges a month, allowing it to reach its goal of a 3,000-machine linkup this year.

Such an operation could be used to produce fissile material for two bombs a year, but Albright ?like other analysts ?suggested that it could take somewhat longer as the Iranians have had only limited success in running the machines for prolonged periods without breakdowns in aboveground tests at Natanz.

Iran says it wants to use the technology to generate nuclear power, but the U.S. and other nations believe Tehran is intent on using the process to develop weapons. Albright said Iran could opt to create a large stockpile of low-enriched uranium which it could then use to "break out" and re-enrich to weapons grade at any time.

The International Institute for Strategic Studies, a London-based think tank, last week estimated that Iran was two to three years away from having the capacity to build a nuclear weapon. The head of U.S. national intelligence, John Negroponte, has spoken of a four-year period.

The State Department did not comment directly on the reported centrifuge setups, saying only that it would push for "incremental" U.N. Security Council sanctions against Iran if Tehran authorities continue to ignore council demands for suspension of the country's uranium enrichment program.

Spokesman Sean McCormack said that Iran appears to be continuing "down the path of isolation."

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International Atomic Energy Agency: http://www.iaea.org

By GEORGE JAHN, Associated Press Writer 1 hour, 7 minutes ago

VIENNA, Austria - Shrugging off the threat of tougher U.N. sanctions, Iran has set up more than 300 centrifuges in two uranium enrichment units at its underground Natanz complex, diplomats and officials said Monday.

The move potentially opens the way for larger scale enrichment that could be used to create nuclear warheads. Iranian leaders have repeatedly said the Natanz underground hall would house first 3,000 centrifuges and ultimately 54,000 machines.

It also poses a direct challenge to the Security Council, which late last month imposed limited sanctions targeting programs and individuals linked to Tehran's nuclear and ballistic missile programs ?and warned of stricter penalties within 60 days unless Iran freezes enrichment.

Speaking separately and demanding anonymity because their information was confidential, a diplomat accredited to the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency and a U.S. official said that two "cascades" of 164 centrifuges each had been set up in recent days.

The likely next step was "dry testing" ?running the linkups without uranium gas inside ?to be followed by attempts to spin and re-spin the gas. The process, known as enrichment, can be used to fuel nuclear power plants. But at higher levels of enrichment the material can be used for the core of nuclear warheads.

Both the Iranian leadership and the Vienna-based IAEA, which is the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog agency, had said recently that Tehran would start assembling the machines this month.

In another sign that Tehran was forging ahead with plans to create a large-scale "pilot plant" of 3,000 centrifuges running in series, U.N. officials late last week told the AP that that piping, cables, control panels and air conditioning systems had been installed at Natanz to support such a number of machines.

David Albright, the former U.N. nuclear inspector whose Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security tracks Iran's nuclear activities, said the country was likely capable of hooking up 300 to 500 centrifuges a month, allowing it to reach its goal of a 3,000-machine linkup this year.

Such an operation could be used to produce fissile material for two bombs a year, but Albright ?like other analysts ?suggested that it could take somewhat longer as the Iranians have had only limited success in running the machines for prolonged periods without breakdowns in aboveground tests at Natanz.

Iran says it wants to use the technology to generate nuclear power, but the U.S. and other nations believe Tehran is intent on using the process to develop weapons. Albright said Iran could opt to create a large stockpile of low-enriched uranium which it could then use to "break out" and re-enrich to weapons grade at any time.

The International Institute for Strategic Studies, a London-based think tank, last week estimated that Iran was two to three years away from having the capacity to build a nuclear weapon. The head of U.S. national intelligence, John Negroponte, has spoken of a four-year period.

The State Department did not comment directly on the reported centrifuge setups, saying only that it would push for "incremental"

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sanctions against Iran if Tehran authorities continue to ignore council demands for suspension of the country's uranium enrichment program.

Spokesman Sean McCormack said that Iran appears to be continuing "down the path of isolation."

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On the Net:

International Atomic Energy Agency: http://www.iaea.org

1 comment:

UnionFaruque said...

The motivation behind Israel centric illegal and immoral invasion of Iraq, as well as continuation of such a misadventure is dangerous to mankind and not beneficial to the people of USA. Time has come to prosecute neo-cons i.e. Israelites of our time for pushing the USA in such a dreadful mission and formulate enough safeguards to prevent further mishaps in future.

Right now, why poor Americans are fighting and dying for Nazi Zionist Israel. Other day, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert gave the order to attack Iran and Syria like Somalia, Iraq and Afghanistan! You see, Americans are out and about do follow their master’s order. Any of these cases, democracy, free speech or even national interests do not matter and we find further evidence to believe Isador!

"Nations will gather together to bring their homage to the people of God; the whole fortune of nations will pass into the hands of the Jewish people, they will march behind the Jewish people, in chains as captives, and will prostrate before it." - Isador Loeb, Le Probleme Juif.

I therefore say, due the above reasons alone, we all reserve the moral right to attack Israelis and their supporters anywhere in the globe should a conflict between the USA and Iran flares up.