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Iran: Tied With N. Korea as Major Foe to Free World 
By J. Grant Swank, Jr.

May 4, 2005

Neither Iran nor North Korea cares about humanitarianism, public relations or a freedom spread. They don’t care about their own citizens. Therefore, why would they care for any human being elsewhere?

They care only for their naked might, especially to set off-balance the United States as the most powerful country on the planet.

Therefore, when Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi announced to media today that his nation is "determined" to continue with nuclear enhancement, guess what the motive is? Watch out, though, for Iran has a fancy devious side to its bald motive. It is to mask nuclear doings as "peace furtherance," that being a good thing, according to Xinhuanet News dated May 3, 2005.

North Korea has no such public relations concern. Its military and nuclear prowess is simply out there — in your face, like it or lump it.

Iran plays peek-a-boo regarding its persona — sometimes demonic to the nuclear destructive core — threat threat threat! — while at other times appearing to be a part of the commendable intelligent population of the planet.

When Kharrazi gave his speech today before a UN conference overseeing the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, he informed his audience that Iran has been "eager to offer assurances and guarantees that those technologies ‘remain permanently peaceful.’"

As believing that is like embracing Cuba’s Castro for a cigar smoke share.

"’But, no one should be under the illusion that objective guarantees can theoretically or practically amount to cessation or even long term suspension of legal activity which have been and will be carried out under the fullest and most intrusive IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) supervision,’ he stressed."

Right. Like Beelzebub is John the Beloved.

America has long held to the position that Iran blows hot air and is up to no nuclear good except to scare the world spitless. In other words, Iran is going to manufacture weaponry to put the free world in its corner — dunce cap included.

He went on with his beleaguered complex revelation: "’It is unacceptable that some tend to limit the access to peaceful nuclear technology to an exclusive club of technologically advanced states under the pretext of non-proliferation,’ he emphasized."

Naturally the Iranian statesman could be believed as being a part of the peace conclave if he were out in front with the US President’s freedom spread global.

Thus far, there’s been no inkling of Iranian governmental powers at all interested in democracy, personal liberties or a freedom base for any community. It’s all about Iranian power clutch or nothing.

As representatives from 187 nations sat, listening to the olive branch delivery, it would have been most fascinating to psyche out each one of those brain cells in attendance. Whatever, the conference has a long way to go till benediction. Its exit is set for May 27.






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