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By ATWadmin On July 29th, 2008 at 6:49 pm


I see that Iran’s moonbat president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has blamed the US and other “big powers” for nuclear
proliferation, AIDS and other global ills
and accused them of exploiting the UN
and other organizations for their own gain – and the developing world’s loss. Now all of us based in the reality-community will not be in the least surprised at this latest outburst from Maddy. Yet liberal opinion believes that Iran can be a force for stability in this hotbed region and that dialogue with this lunatic is the only route forward ….truly there are none so blind.


By ATWadmin On July 20th, 2008 at 6:06 pm

ATW readers may recall my outrage when James Baker and his cronies suggested that Iran could be a force for stability in the region. My view is that would only be possible in the same sense that Nazi Germany was a force for stability. Comes the news today that eight women and one man convicted of adultery are set to be stoned to death in Iran, according to activists and lawyers. Shadi Sadr, a lawyer and women’s rights activist, said the nine were convicted of adultery in separate cases in different Iranian cities. "Their verdicts are approved, and they may be executed at any time," she said, adding that trial protocol was not applied properly in the cases. Six of the nine were convicted based solely on judges’ decisions with no witnesses or the presence of their lawyers during their confessions, she said.

These stone age barbarians in Iran should NOT be pandered to in any regard. It is pathetic to see the West wrap itself up in endless knots as it tries to find reason where none exists. Iran is a theocratic malignancy and if we do not deal with it, then it will eventually deal with us. Given just how intolerant the Mullahs are to every form of modern liberalism, I would have thought we could all unite – right and left – and agree that Iran must be comprehensively dealt with  but no, most political "leaders" prefer to delude themselves and imagine that dialogue will solve the problem. Like these eight men and one woman, that pretence will not survive for long.


By ATWadmin On July 2nd, 2008 at 8:54 pm

nuclear-explosion.jpgNow don’t look upon this as a threat  but…

Iran’s oil minister warned today any attack on his country by the United States or Israel would provoke an unimaginably fierce response. Gholam Hossein Nozari also said that military moves against Tehran would cause even greater volatility in oil markets that are seeing new price records set almost daily.

Well Nozari, I guess that’s one way of looking at it. Another way might be to conclude that allowing a regime run by the 12th Imam’s dining pal and his Mullah maniacs which seeks to wipe Israel off the map and dominate the entire oil-rich Middle East whilst forging alliances from Venezuela to China is a regime that needs de-fanged of nuclear capability – come what may. We must not allow ourselves to be bullied into doing NOTHING whilst Iran goes nuclear. 

Views On Iran

By ATWadmin On June 4th, 2008 at 3:44 pm

Does this sound tough enough?  Is it the appropriate stance to take on Iran? Do you like this position?


"There’s no greater threat to Israel or to the peace and stability of the region than Iran," he told the powerful pro-Israel lobby, the American Israel Public Affairs Council (AIPAC).

"The danger from Iran is grave and real and my goal will be to eliminate this threat," he said, adding loudly to add emphasis that he would "everything" to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.

"The Iranian regime supports violent extremes. And challenges across the region. It pursues a nuclear capability that could spark a dangerous arms race," he told AIPAC’s annual meeting in Washington.

Calling for "aggressive, principled diplomacy" to tackle the problem of the Islamic regime in Tehran, he also warned he would never take the military option off the table in guaranteeing US and Israeli security.

"As president of the United States, I would be willing to lead tough and principled diplomacy with the appropriate Iranian leader at a time and place of my choosing — if, and only if — it can advance the interests of the United States."




By ATWadmin On May 25th, 2008 at 8:33 am

nuclear-bomb-badger.jpgThe facts are simple. Most western governments are afraid to confront Iran. A blind eye is being turned to the lethal actions of the Mad Mullahs as is evidenced in the news that Iran has secretly paid Iraqi insurgents hundreds of thousands of American dollars to kill British soldiers, according to a leaked government document.

"The document states that the Jaish al-Mahdi (JAM) – also known as the Mahdi Army – one of the most violent insurgent groups operating in Basra, used money from Iran to recruit and pay young unemployed men up to $300 (£150) a month to carry out attacks against the British. The findings have been passed to the highest levels in the military."

Patrick Mercer, the Tory MP and a former infantry commander said: "This report makes it quite clear that Iran is directly involved in funding the insurgency.The Government must confront Tehran over the deaths of British troops – anything else is appeasement."

But appeasement is all we will get and it will be passed off by a gutless political elite as "pragmatism."

Our leaders are afraid of Iran even before it obtains full nuke capability – can you imagine what it will be like when Iranian interference in the Middle East region and beyond is backed up with the threat of a mushroom cloud? Iran nowadays is akin to Germany in the 1930’s – we should move against the Mullahs now, take away their nuclear capability and make it really clear to them that we will not tolerate their funding of terrorism. Until we accept this, things will only get worse. 

Iran’s Priorities

By ATWadmin On May 22nd, 2008 at 6:49 pm


Freeborn John comments:

These are the faces of children burned in their Primary School because the heaters were unsafe. Iran needs to spend money on its own infrastructure, yet is pledging more financial support for their terrorist puppets Hezbollah in Lebanon. Iranian bloggers are enraged.

“The mind boggles with disbelief, the blood boils with rage, whatever I type can not express my fury and it is impossible to fight back the tears”.

I should add more rather than just cross post but the picture (and those in the links) plus the sentiments say it all really. And this news is hard to find anywhere in the MSM.



By ATWadmin On April 29th, 2008 at 8:08 am

Not only does Iran not have any homosexuals, it also seeks to have no Barbie dolls.

Why? Well, because "The irregular importation of such toys, which unfortunately arrive through unofficial sources and smuggling, is destructive culturally and a social danger," says Iranian top prosecutor Ghorban Ali Dori Najafabadi in a letter to Parviz Davoudi, Iran’s vice-president. "The appearance of personalities such as Barbie, Batman, Spiderman and Harry Potter and … computer games and movies are all a danger warning to the officials in the cultural arena."

This in a country which hangs gay people, which exalts in oppressing women, which exports terrorism and which has a Holocaust-denying Leader. Mmm – I’d say Barbie is pretty low down the list of things that they need to sort out, wouldn’t you?  

How many will die?

By ATWadmin On April 8th, 2008 at 8:38 pm

As the world sits and twiddles its thumbs Iran kicks its nuclear bomb production into high gear. Without any fear of retaliation from the world, Imamadejihad announced Tuesday that the second generation of new centrifuges have been brought on line. "Today, the phase for installing 6,000 new centrifuges at the facility in Natanz has started,".

The US is paralyzed due to the politicization of the last NIE that was worded to prevent any action against Iran in Bush’s last year. Never mind that if you read the report, it reaffirmed the Iranian threat. The press lead by the nose by the American hating left in our country spun the issue placing us in further danger of attack.

That brings me to my point. How many will die? Should we start a pool on the number? It is a good probability that a Democrat will win the race for President. With that will come the House and the Senate. The current leadership of the Democrat party in the US are devout Marxists that believe the only thing important at this point in time in history is implementing Universal Government Run Health Care, and The Complete destruction of economy in the name of Global Warming. Even the thought of continuing the war to defend ourselves causes them nightmares.

The Iranians on the other hand are going to fire a nuke there is no doubt in that. The only question that remains is how many will die when they do. No western power will lift a finger to prevent this event from occurring. You can be assured after it happens there will be commissions and investigation after investigation about how it could happen. I can guarantee that the conclusion will be that it’s the wests fault. Probably George Bush will get the blame. Certainly the blame won’t go to the Islamists where it belongs.

I will also put it on the Record that the left in this country and The Whole EU will also be responsible for every death. You can not reason with a country that is lead by Religious fanatics and whose front man believes that he can bring back the Mahdi by bathing the world in enough blood. Yet that is what they say they will do.

So what should the pool be? The number that will die? Which city we will loose? Who will get hit first the Jews, the EU or the US? Place your Bets folks the Mushroom cloud is a comin.


By ATWadmin On April 6th, 2008 at 8:24 am

We recall how some on the political left think that Iran can be a force for stability in the middle East. So I wonder what they make of the latest news that Iranian forces were involved in the recent battle for Basra? Military and intelligence sources believe Iranians were operating at a tactical command level with the Shi’ite militias fighting Iraqi security forces; some were directing operations on the ground, they think. General Petraeus intends to use the evidence of Iranian involvement to argue against any reductions in US forces.

That’s only half the story though. Iran IS the elephant in the room when it comes to any discussion about Iraq, about Hezbollah, about Hamas. It is the nexus of the axis of evil! We need to deal firmly with the Ayatollahs and their nazi-like regime and I am afraid that means doing the thing that all the politicians shy away from because it will have severe consequences – I am of course talking of taking military action against it. The problem is that the more we delay accepting the need to take out Iran before it perfects its’  nuclear capabilities, the worse it will be. Iran is a force for instability and ignoring this reality is ostrich-like folly. Send in the planes.


By ATWadmin On March 22nd, 2008 at 10:49 am

Simple – because Kofi Annan is certain that it would be a "real disaster" WHICH means it will most likely work. This is an excellent article over on Pajamas Media. I’m a great admirer of Claudia Rosett.

"Whatever his failings, Annan has at least racked up a record as a superb counter-indicator of good sense in defending the interests of the free world. If he feels moved to opine strongly, there is an excellent chance that the very opposite is true.


This is the man who as head of UN peacekeeping in 1994 declined to act upon warnings of the imminent genocide in Rwanda.


This is the man who as Secretary-General announced in 1998 that he could “do business” with Saddam — just before Saddam then kicked UN weapons inspectors out of Iraq for the next four years (to be fair, the UN under Annan did a lot of business with Saddam, but not exactly as advertised).

This is the man who according to the UN’s own Volcker inquiry sat on in-house information about Oil-for-Food corruption while the program was underway — but who praised the program when it ended in 2003, and insisted in 2004, as the scandal began to erupt, that he had seen no evidence of wrong-doing by anyone on his staff.

This is the man who in 2000 posed for photos with Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, while assuring us peace was on the way.

This was the man who promised in 2006 that two Israeli soldiers kidnapped by Hezbollah would be extricated with the help of an Annan-picked mystery “facilitator”; the identity of that facilitator remains a mystery to this day, and so does the exact fate and whereabouts of those kidnapped Israeli soldiers.

This is the man who in 2006, while Iran was violating UN Security Council demands to stop uranium enrichment, rushed to Tehran to shake hands hands with Mushroom-Cloud-in-Chief Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, telling him (by Ahmadinejad’s own account) not to worry too much about the resolutions of the UN Security Council.

If  Kofi is against it, then I’m in favour of it! Send in the planes.