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     It has been revealed that Iran has hidden a large nuclear facility, too large for “energy resource production”. This morning prior to commencing the G-20 Summit, President Obama, flanked by French Presideny Nikolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, announced that Iran must be held accountable for this continuing violation, and putting Iran on notice that they must comply immediately.

     The Iranian President Ahmadinejad will meet the the UN Secretary General Banke Moon today. There has been no response as of yet from Russia regarding this latest revelation.

     Without fear, without trepidation, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the world leaders that they must face the challenges posed by the likes of Iran’s Ahmedinejad. He made no apologies for the existence of Israel, nor for the demand that all nations recognize the State of Israel. In  no uncertain terms, the Prime Minister rebutted the naive and weak intonation of the Obama administration. Basically, he showed what it sounds like to be a true leader.

      The leaders gathered at the United Nations, including the leader who is supposed to represent OUR interests, could all take lessons from Netanyahu. He is a man of strong conviction, and is willing to accept the challenges that his position presents. He is well aware of the risks he faces, personally and politically, and his decisions, from all apearances, are not “flip-flop” in nature, as our leader appears to be doing with issues such as Afghanistan.

       Benjamin Netanyahu brought the face of the Holocaust before the United Nations, listing his family ties to those lost in the Holocaust. Mr. President (Iran), do not continue this denial charade!

From American Thinker:

An Iranian blogger (whose URL I will not publish) live blogging from Baharestan Square in central Tehran today captures but brief glimpses of the unimaginable horror that took place today. Bus loads of protesters were stopped and unloaded from their buses by “black-clad police” and literally herded. When the massing was sufficient, as the barely controllably distraught Tehran caller to CNN described first hand, hundreds of the regime’s Basij thugs poured out of an adjoining mosque and commenced a massacre with axes, clubs, guns and gas.

See the blogger account: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2009/06/in_iran_it_was_the_day_of_the.html

     The centerpiece of the foreign policy doctrine og President George W. Bush lies in the theory that if you plant the seed of a democratic free society in the middle of the MidEast, there will be far-reaching and long term changes. The uprising revolution growing in the streets of Tehran, Iran shows that for all the belittling and bashing that George Bush took, he was right. In complete opposite to this is the Obama doctrine- “let’s bear witness” to what is happening in Tehran!

     There were elections in Kuwait, and females were actually elected. The elections in Lebanon have brought slow changes. Iraq is trying to forge ahead with a democratic government. The seeds that were planted under the Bush Doctrine are clearly taking root, and the turmoil in Iran shows that their population is ready for reform, is ready to challenge the theocracy that has ruled for three decades.

Facebook block ahead of Iran vote hampers youth

TEHRAN, Iran – Iran’s decision to block access to Facebook — less than three weeks before nationwide elections — drew sharp criticism Sunday from a reformist opposition hoping to mobilize the youth vote and unseat President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The decision, critics said, forces Iranians to rely on state-run media and other government sources ahead of the June 12 election.

It also appeared to be a direct strike at the youth vote that could pose challenges to Ahmadinejad’s re-election bid.

More than half of Iran’s population was born after the 1979 Islamic Revolution and young voters make up a huge bloc — which helped former reformist President Mohammad Khatami to back-to-back victories in 1997 and 2001 but failed to rally strongly behind Ahmadinejad’s opponent, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, four years ago.

Young voters are now strongly courted by the main reformist candidate, Mir Hossein Mousavi, as the possible swing factor.

Full Story: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090524/ap_on_re_mi_ea/ml_iran_facebook

     This is why the legislation in Congress that would give the White House controls over “cyberspace” in case of emergencies CANNOT be allowed…………………. it is too much control come election time!!

     The Senate voted 90-6 to concur with the House of Representatives in barring any funding for the closing of the detention center at Guantanomo Bay, until the Obama Administration has a PLAN for the Closing.

     It is being reported that one of the detainees, involved in one of the bombings in the late 1990’s, will be taken to New York City and put on trial. The FBI had handled their investigation as a crime scene, and the evidence supports taking the detainee to trial.

    Late yesterday, 4 men were arrested in New York, based on a possible terrorist attack being planned on a synagogue in the Bronx, with an additional threat of the use of shoulder rockets to target the military planes that would have been flown in.

     Finally, Iranian President Ahmadinejad proudly acknowledged the test firing of a missile with a target capability of 1200 miles. This makes it able to reach Israel or any of our bases in the Mideast region. Further, the missile is said to have solid fuel, which is of great importance, because, unlike the Korean missile that was fueled on the launch pad, the Iranian missile could be rolled out on a moments notice.

      So, do we feel as safe today as we did 9 months ago?

Roxana Saberi blogburst

By Michelle Malkin  •  April 26, 2009 01:41 PM

US journalist Roxana Saberi turns 32 today in an Iranian prison. After an hour-long trial, she was sentenced to eight years behind bars for “espionage.” She was initially told she was arrested for buying bootleg wine, and then because she was working as a journalist without a license. She’s now on day five of a hunger strike. Today, one of her defense lawyers was denied access to her.

For full details: http://michellemalkin.com/2009/04/26/roxana-saberi-blogburst/

     As several Western nations boycotted the United Nations’ Conference on Racism, as a show of support to Israel, the Iranian President Ahmadinejad today addressed the conference. Two protesters, in clown wigs, yelled at the Iranian President. But it wasn’t the clowns that drew attention, it was the line of diplomats who rose from their seats and walked out of the meeting as Ahmadinejad began his diatribe on the racism of Israel becuase of its Zionism philosophy.

GENEVA – Dozens of Western diplomats walked out of a U.N. conference and a pair of rainbow-wigged protesters threw clown noses at Iran’s president Monday when the hard-line leader called Israel the “most cruel and repressive racist regime.”

The United States decried the remarks by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as hateful — reinjecting tension into a relationship that had been warming after President Barack Obama sought to engage Iran in talks on its nuclear program and other issues.

Ahmadinejad — the first government official to take the floor at the weeklong event in Geneva — delivered a rambling, half-hour speech that was by turns conciliatory and inflammatory. At one point he appealed for global unity in the fight against racism and then said the United States and Europe helped establish Israel after World War II at the expense of Palestinians.

“They resorted to military aggression to make an entire nation homeless under the pretext of Jewish suffering,” he said.

Jewish groups had lobbied heavily for a boycott of the conference, warning it could descend into anti-Semitism or other anti-Israel rhetoric, which marred the last such conference eight years ago in South Africa.

Full article: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090421/ap_on_re_eu/un_un_racism_conference