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Russia Should Prevent Military Strikes On Iran: Leading MP
RT – 2011-11-10
Russia should do its best to prevent a military operation in Iran, believes head of the Russian parliamentary Committee for International Affairs, Konstantin Kosachev.
“A military operation against Iran could have grave consequences,” he told journalists on Thursday. “And Russia should make every effort to control emotions, bring negotiations back into the field of political and expert discussion, and not allow any such action against Iran”.
He stressed that he sees this as Russia’s responsibility, and that Moscow has all the means to tackle this task.
The politician also said that he is “surprised” by the fact that in its latest report, the IAEA does not cite any new evidence that Tehran has been “developing nuclear weapons”.
On Tuesday, the nuclear watchdog released a report in which it accused Iran of conducting activities related to developing nuclear weapons before 2003. The authors of the document presume these activities “may still be ongoing”.
Kosachev believes the report is inconsistent.
“What is even more surprising,” he adds, “is that the document deals with the situation before 2003, while accusation are being brought against modern Iran and today’s leadership.”
So for now, it is best not to jump to conclusions before there is an expert opinion on the IAEA report, the official is convinced.
“It is premature to say that Iran is violating its non-proliferation obligations and, consequently, deserves economic sanctions or a military operation based on this report only,” Konstantin Kosachev stressed.
Over the recent weeks the US, France and Israel have stated that force can be used against Iran, and that it is time to do so. On November 6, Israeli president Shimon Peres said that an attack on Tehran is becoming “more and more likely”.
In the opinion of Konstantin Kosachev, this military rhetoric makes the talks on Iran’s nuclear program useless, as settlement of the problem is only possible “through political dialogue”.
Panetta sounds warning on Iran attack
From Al Jazeera
US defence chief says any raid on Islamic Republic’s nuclear sites could have “unintended consequences”
|A just released IAEA report says Iran has worked on designing a bomb and that research to that end may be ongoing|
Leon Panetta, the US defence secretary, has said that military action against Iran could lead to “unintended consequences” for the region.
His comments came only hours after Iran itself said that any attack on its nuclear sites would be met with “iron fists.”
“You’ve got to be careful of unintended consequences here,” Panetta said at the Pentagon on Thursday.
Panetta, who in July succeeded Robert Gates in the Pentagon’s top post, said his assessment was in line with his predecessor’s.
He maintained that a raid on Iran might fail to deter Iran “from what they want to do” and would only delay its controversial nuclear programme.
“But more importantly, it could have a serious impact in the region, and it could have a serious impact on US forces in the region,” he said. “And I think all of those things, you know, need to be carefully considered.”
Panetta put emphasis instead on US efforts to win tougher sanctions against Tehran.
“It is important for us to make sure we apply the toughest sanctions — economic, diplomatic pressures — on Iran to change their behaviour,” he said.
“And we are in discussions with our allies with regards to additional sanctions that ought to be placed on Iran.”
The European Union may approve fresh sanctions against Iran within weeks, after a UN agency said Iran had worked to design nuclear bombs, EU diplomats said on Thursday.
EU sanctions would be a significant part of Western efforts to ratchet up pressure on Iran. Western governments would prefer UN Security Council measures against Iran, but Russia and China, both permanent UN Security Council members with veto power, are opposed.
Tensions over Iran’s nuclear programme were reignited on Tuesday when a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said Iran had worked on designing a bomb and that research to that end may be ongoing.
Israel exacerbated speculation of a raid against Iran after last week’s testing of a ballistic missilecapable of travelling the 6,437km to Iran.
Israel’s first test-fire of a missile in three years came after Israeli media speculation alleging Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, and Ehud Barak, the defence minister, of planning a strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Iran has said that it will respond to any attacks by hitting Israel and US interests in the Gulf.
“Our enemies, particularly the Zionist regime [Israel], America and its allies, should know that any kind of threat and attack or even thinking about any [military] action will be firmly responded to,” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, said on state television.
November 11, 2011
On behalf of the 645 Oakland police officers we represent, this letter comes to you out of duty to protect the Oakland community and its citizens.
Oakland police officers are the 99% and we understand and sympathize with your message. We respect your right to peaceful protest.
We are also sworn to protect the citizens of Oakland. Right now, Oakland is in a state of emergency.
Our police officers are the 99% struggling in Oakland neighborhoods every day to contain the 1% who rob, steal, rape and murder our law-abiding citizens. The Occupy Oakland protest, now 30 days old, is taking our police officers out of Oakland neighborhoods and away from protecting the citizens of Oakland.
In an average city in California, this might not be of emergency proportions for its citizens. Oakland is not an “average” city – we have the highest violent crime rate in California. We are the 5th most violent city in the United States – with more shootings and homicides than any city west of the Mississippi.
Last night’s murder, right in the epicenter of Occupy Oakland, is unacceptable. So is the violence being promoted by “renegade” protesters who are lighting firebombs, destroying property and attacking police.
What is even more tragic is that homicides are a frequent occurrence in Oakland. This is the real emergency: Yesterday’s murder was Oakland’s 101st homicide of 2011. It is time for us to stop directing all of our efforts at policing the small enclave of “Occupy Oakland” and get back to our job of protecting the citizens of Oakland in the neighborhoods where our residents live.
The events of recent weeks have shown that many occupiers at Frank Ogawa Plaza are citizens of other communities with limited interest in preserving the greater good and safety of our City.
Please, we ask you: Leave Frank Ogawa Plaza peacefully and immediately so Oakland Police can get back to work fighting the devastating crime that’s occurring in our neighborhoods.
You have sent the world a strong message; now it is time to go home. Your leaving today, peacefully, of your own free will, on the 30th day, will send a message to Oakland that you care about our citizens and respect our city.
With last night’s homicide, in broad daylight, in the middle of rush hour, Frank Ogawa Plaza is no longer safe. Please leave peacefully, with your heads held high, so we can get police officers back to work fighting crime in Oakland neighborhoods.
Veteran’s Day Requires a Rethink
Veteran’s Day Requires a Rethink – If central bankers start all the wars, are veterans heroes, or mercenaries and dupes?
by Henry Makow Ph,D.
When the United States and England loaned Mexico money in 1903 using its customs revenue as collateral, Illuminati banker Jacob Schiff cabled his English counterpart, Ernest Cassel:
“If they don’t pay, who will collect the customs?”
“Your marines and ours.” (The Life of Otto Kahn, p. 22)
Marine General Smedley Butler (1881-1940) confirmed that he was “a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers.”
In War is a Racket (1935) he wrote: “I helped make Mexico, especially Tampico, safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefits of Wall Street. The record of racketeering is long. I helped purify Nicaragua for the international banking house of Brown Brothers in 1909-1912. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for American sugar interests in 1916. In China I helped to see to it that Standard Oil went its way unmolested.”
Flash forward to 2011 when NATO fomented and led a “revolution” in Libya, one of only four countries that didn’t have a Rothschild central bank. Now Libya does.
They don’t call it imperialism anymore. They call it “Our mission in Libya.” Soldiers aren’t mercenaries; they are “missionaries.”
CENTRAL BANKERS ARE BEHIND ALL WARS
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