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March 30, 2007

Time to Nuke Iran, Disband the UN

Filed under: Defending America,Democratic Idiocy,Terrorism — Sisyphus @ 5:22 am

I’m sure everyone is aware by now of the Iranians’ treatment of the captives they kidnapped from our valiant ally, the British. Naturally, the British are howling for blood, and I think we should start howling along with them. For too long, America has stood by idly while Tehran exported terrorism and evil abroad. The time for their come-uppance is well past due. I think a firm ultimatum should be made, and if it is not honored, we should retaliate using the full capability of our nuclear arsenal on every military target in the Persian Empire. It’s the only way to show the mad mullahs, and the Islamists and Hippies serving their interests, that we, as a nation, honor our friends and value our freedom.

On a related note, after the touchy-feely “response” of the UN to Iran’s flagrant warmongering, I’m more firmly than ever in favor of abolishing them, shipping the pansy-waist diplomats to their home hovel-countries, demolishing the headquarters, and using the ground upon which it sits to house a new education center to enlighten the American public of the dangers of entangling and useless alliances with non-government entities.

(Hat tip: Voice of Reason.)

17 Comments »

  1. Um… your not the Scrutator.com guys coming back to pull our legs again, are you?

    “Let’s all howl for blood together!” Arooooo!

    This place is fun.

    Comment by Xenos — March 30, 2007 @ 6:03 am | Reply

  2. “Um… your not the Scrutator.com guys coming back to pull our legs again, are you?”

    I haven’t seen anything to indicate Scrutator wasn’t real, Xenos. If you have a link, please prove otherwise.

    Comment by Sisyphus — March 30, 2007 @ 8:33 am | Reply

  3. What are you guys talking about? I went to scrutator.com and ended up at a Korean site (http://www.3b.co.kr) that sells clothing. We’re not selling clothes here. I can’t read Korean so I can’t tell if it’s real or not.

    Comment by Psycheout — March 30, 2007 @ 9:47 am | Reply

  4. I think he’s referring to Scrutator.net, but I could be wrong here. I don’t know anything about Korean. I assume it’s a real language, but then a Xenophobe might think otherwise.

    Comment by Sisyphus — March 30, 2007 @ 9:52 am | Reply

  5. I vote yes on both: glass and rubble. It’s time.

    Comment by Anti-Media — March 30, 2007 @ 2:26 pm | Reply

  6. Still can’t tell whether your talk of “nuking” is a joke or not. If its a joke, its a bit beyond the pale. If not, its a bit beyond sanity.

    Comment by Noonan — March 31, 2007 @ 3:44 pm | Reply

  7. We have to keep all of our options on the table here, Noonan. I don’t think conventional weaponry will persuade Iran to alter its stance on terrorism and the development of its nuclear arsenal. I don’t WANT to nuke them, but that may be what it takes to secure freedom for the Irani people and their neighbors in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Comment by Sisyphus — March 31, 2007 @ 8:45 pm | Reply

  8. While I don’t support the nuclear option, I wonder if things would have been different if the US and by proxy the democratic West had responded to Iran’s terror of taking our embassy in the Soviet model, and actually followed through if there was not the reply we wanted.

    We should have taught them a well-earned lesson back then. Tehran looking like Dresden would have sent a rather proper and not easily forgotten message. And for those who would cry about collateral damage, people are responsible for the state where they live. End of line.

    Comment by avoiceofreason — April 1, 2007 @ 11:56 pm | Reply

  9. I agree, Voice of Reason. If Carter had been half as good a President as Bush, that would’ve happened. Unfortunately, the rot has spread so deeply for so long that the nuclear option may be all we have left. You can’t deter a nuclear power with conventional weapons, and Iran may be a nuclear power. If they’re not, they soon will be, and should be treated as such accordingly. If they want to throw down with the grown-up nations, they should face the kind of damage grown-ups can dish out.

    Comment by Sisyphus — April 2, 2007 @ 9:56 am | Reply

  10. Yes, Iran, the World’s 4th largest oil producing nation, needs electricity??? People need to understand once they’ve got nukes, they’ll not only actively threaten the rest of the world with them, they’ll use them because they’ve already said “the end of the world would be a good thing”! And they’ll be the first to say, “we told you so” !

    We’re not dealing with rational people here, they want a reward for releasing the soldiers they kidnapped??? C’mon! I think it would be of great disrespect to the people who fought died for freedom and democracy during WW2, that Iran is left to these evil devices – nuke them, now! Before it’s too late, the world needs to eject this insane threat from the face of the planet and anyone thinking otherwise needs a reality check … they “do not” come in peace!

    Comment by scorchedearth — April 9, 2007 @ 10:50 am | Reply

  11. If Carter had been half as good a President as Bush

    Ha! You are a bigger moron than any I’ve ever encountered!

    Do you ever encounter reality? When you do, do you explode, like when matter and antimatter collide?

    Comment by prozacula — May 21, 2007 @ 10:21 am | Reply

  12. Carter was the one that created the mess of the modern Middle East, Prozac. Bush and Brownback are the ones who are going to have to clean up after him, and sweep out the trash.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 21, 2007 @ 10:30 am | Reply

  13. Just one hint: The primary direction of wind in Iran would blow the fallout right into Iraq. ANd towards Israel. Someone say oops? oh yeah, and nuclear weapons going off tend to make other nukes go off. Global Thermonuclear War is something I don´t wnat to witness. Just try to invade Iran. It´ll become a disaster worse than Iraq, but what do I care. Let´s let the dumb americans and dumb arabs kill each other.

    Comment by PD — May 24, 2007 @ 12:06 pm | Reply

  14. PS: First you´d have to pay the UN back the money you owe them. ANd ask all other members to permit you disbanding it. Otherwise, just leave it! We don´t need any US-roadblocks. The world can do better without the USA meddling around and pocking their noses everywhere. Please, just go down the same road the Soviet Union went.

    Comment by PD — May 24, 2007 @ 12:08 pm | Reply

  15. “Just one hint: The primary direction of wind in Iran would blow the fallout right into Iraq. ANd towards Israel. Someone say oops? oh yeah, and nuclear weapons going off tend to make other nukes go off. Global Thermonuclear War is something I don´t wnat to witness. Just try to invade Iran. It´ll become a disaster worse than Iraq, but what do I care. Let´s let the dumb americans and dumb arabs kill each other”

    I think the wind would blow over Pakistan and China, killing off our other major enemies.

    This is a win-win situation.

    “PS: First you´d have to pay the UN back the money you owe them. ANd ask all other members to permit you disbanding it. Otherwise, just leave it! We don´t need any US-roadblocks. The world can do better without the USA meddling around and pocking their noses everywhere. Please, just go down the same road the Soviet Union went.”

    We won’t pay anything, and the UN has a budget the size of Rutgers University’s. Good luck policing the world with that, Europe!

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 24, 2007 @ 12:25 pm | Reply

  16. Actually the EU’s GDP is bigger than that of the US.

    Comment by Skeptic — May 25, 2007 @ 12:00 pm | Reply

  17. I think the wind would blow over Pakistan and China, killing off our other major enemies.

    That´s a 30% chance at best. You know, there´s something like weather observation. And the primary direction of wind in Iran is going westwards. Or northwards. That wouldn´t be cool either, as it would piss off a certain country that still has something like 15.000 nukes lying around…

    We won’t pay anything, and the UN has a budget the size of Rutgers University’s. Good luck policing the world with that, Europe!

    You know, the UN is not the EU. WE have actually a higher GPD than you. And heck, who´s doing the real peacekeeping and does not just bomb innocent civilians to smithereens? Certainly not the USA…

    Oh, the UN could just sign an embargo against the USA then. That´d be fun.

    Comment by PG — May 28, 2007 @ 12:45 am | Reply


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