Tuesday, April 13, 2010

The Summit of all Summits is Soon Coming

So far, the Talker in Chief has chatted up a storm. The problem is there is a difference between activity and action. We see plenty of activity by the White House.
Economic Summit
Job Summit
Healthcare Summit
Nuclear Summit
Summit Summit
Summits to find new ways to have Summits

So far, only the Economic and Healthcare have produced anything substantial, and their result has been substantially stupid...and detrimental to freedom in America.

Now, we have a summit for Middle East peace, and you had better pray that nothing substantial comes out of it. Why? Because it is ISRAEL that is not in Obama's cross hairs. Believe me, this is bad for the our former best/ally in the Middle East. Read this from the Debkafile.

Carter's adviser projects a Middle East plan full of fallacies
DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis April 12, 2010

Ex-President Jimmy Carter's National Security advisers Zbigniew Brzezinski and former Democratic congressman Stephen Solarz have come up with yet another Middle East peace plan - this one, as published in the Washington Post, relies heavily on a dramatic Barack Obama peace odyssey to the region with a party of Arab leaders and Quartet (US, Russia, EU and UN) members climaxing in a dramatic speech "to all the peoples of the region" from the Old City of Jerusalem.This would be "the culminating event in the journey for peace."
If the US offer is rejected by either side or both, the two writers advise the United States "to seek the UN Security Council's endorsement of its framework for peace, thus generating worldwide pressure on the recalcitrant party.
Guess which party will be dubbed "recalcitrant." Oddly enough, in Brezinskis entire piece, not one mention is made of Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas, or Syria. You really don't need to see handwriting on a wall to figure out which way the UN is headed. Israel is about to be kicked in the teeth by the entire world of nations.....but not by me!
In The Meantime

'Iran to go nuclear within month'
By JPOST.COM STAFF 13/04/2010 14:58

Iran will join the global nuclear club within one month, according to the deputy research chief of the Islamic republic’s Atomic Energy of Iran (AEOI).
Fars on Tuesday quoted Behzad Soltani, who also serves as the secretary-general of the AEOI’s Scientific Cooperation Council, as saying that “no country would ever think about attacking Iran” once the nuclear threshold has been crossed." We do not intend to use the peaceful nuclear energy merely for generating electricity and energy, rather our next step would be expanding use of this technology,” Soltani reportedly said. Radiation, he said, can ensure that “foodstuff, proteins and vegetables are preserved for a longer time and with a higher quality.”
Soltani added that construction work on a large-scale nuclear powerplant and a smaller research reactor in the Iranian city of Arak is nearing completion and is now at 70 percent.The technology, he said, would enable Iran to improve its political, economic and technological standing. "Iran's mighty nuclear independence [will] intermingle with economic growth, expansion of technology and political power in the international arena," Soltani suggested. In the shadow of the nuclear conference in Washington, Iran expressed uncertainty earlier Tuesday over the possibility that China would back new sanctions against it.
The West fears Iran's nuclear program masks ambitions to obtain a nuclear weapon, a claim Teheran denies.
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