It's the same in any lingo

בַּת-בָּבֶל, הַשְּׁדוּדָה: אַשְׁרֵי שֶׁיְשַׁלֶּם-לָךְ-- אֶת-גְּמוּלֵךְ, שֶׁגָּמַלְתּ לָנוּ
אַשְׁרֵי שֶׁיֹּאחֵז וְנִפֵּץ אֶת-עֹלָלַיִךְ-- אֶל-הַסָּלַע


How can one be compelled to accept slavery? I simply refuse to do the master's bidding. He may torture me, break my bones to atoms and even kill me. He will then have my dead body, not my obedience. Ultimately, therefore, it is I who am the victor and not he, for he has failed in getting me to do what he wanted done. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am not for others, what am I? If not now, when? ~ Rav Hillel, Pirke Avot

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This Red Sea Pedestrian Stands against Judeophobes
Wear It With Pride

06 April 2009

Super Nuclear Nanny

Juan America sure is a busy Resident these days. Yesterday he was in Prague declaring that he would be the world's nuclear nanny.
So today I am announcing a new international effort to secure all vulnerable nuclear material around the world within four years. We will set new standards, expand our cooperation with Russia, pursue new partnerships to lock down these sensitive materials.
Call me crazy, but wouldn't you want to have talked to the Russians before you start making grandiose statements like that? And who exactly are these NEW partners you're talking about here? Venezuela? Saudi Arabia? The Taliban? The Bildebergers? The Pilgrim Society? The Pep Boys?

He also said:
...to cut off the building blocks needed for a bomb, the United States will seek a new treaty that verifiably ends the production of fissile materials intended for use in state nuclear weapons. If we are serious about stopping the spread of these weapons, then we should put an end to the dedicated production of weapons-grade materials that create them.

~snip~

...we should build a new framework for civil nuclear cooperation, including an international fuel bank, so that countries can access peaceful power without increasing the risks of proliferation. That must be the right of every nation that renounces nuclear weapons, especially developing countries embarking on peaceful programs. And no approach will succeed if it’s based on the denial of rights to nations that play by the rules. We must harness the power of nuclear energy on behalf of our efforts to combat climate change, and to advance peace opportunity for all people.

Again, slap my nuts and call me Charles, but the world community can't seem to grow the spine to get behind the IAEA to figure out exactly what the fuck is going on in Iran. This is another one of those meaningless statements of nothing that does nothing while Iran gets the bomb.

And what assurance does the world have that the nuclear powers will in fact disarm while banning the rest of the world from getting them? Because Captain Utopia says so?

I'm dying to know who gets to control the nuclear fuel bank? As Pampers' teleprompter says, nuclear energy is the future. Whoever controls the bank controls the energy. Sounds like Pampers wants to grant the power of international blackmail to whatever body controls this so-called bank. Comply, or no soup for you!

Under normal circumstances I'd say this is the framework for something positive. But since it's coming out of the mouth of the Little Dictator I have no reason to believe that this idea is anything other than an another path to placing the flow of energy into the fewest, and most privileged hands as possible, to be used as leverage to control any population, anywhere in the world at any time.

It is my considered opinion that nuclear energy is the future of world energy production. It is safe and, contrary to the alarmists, very clean, as 97% of uranium fuel can be reprocessed into new fuel. But putting the production, storage, and distribution of that material into the hands of singular body that would be answerable to no one...not a good idea.

And look what appeared in the Financial Times on 4 April:
US officials are considering whether to accept Iran's pursuit of uranium enrichment, which has been outlawed by the United Nations and remains at the heart of fears that Iran is seeking nuclear weapons capability.

As part of a policy review commissioned by President Barack Obama, diplomats are discussing whether the US will eventually have to accept Iran's insistence on carrying out the process, which can produce both nuclear fuel and weapons- grade material.
So once again, while Pampers tells the world what it wants to hear, in fact, he is not going to do jack shit about Iran getting the bomb (translation: Fuck you Israel). So I think it's safe to assume that yet another tentacle is moving to monopolize control of the planet. Little Dictator's problem is that he can't put the world control in the hands of the Planet Country Clubbers and the Planet Islamists at the same time. I wonder how this is going to work out? If I were a betting man I'd say pretty goddamn bad. If I had to venture a guess, I'd say he's going to side with Planet Islam. Poor Pilgrim Society. Looks like you ratfuckers will be facing Mecca too.

Y'all couldn't just leave well enough alone could you? You couldn't just let us fornicate, drink beer, and live our lives, could ya? You want control of the nuclear material? With any luck you'll all die from radiation poisoning you sick assholes.

If I thought that the people behind this had good intentions I wouldn't care. But since we all know they don't, I'm just fucking annoyed...again.


12 comments:

Cam said...

Hey,

I’m working with a new national organization that will support Hillary Clinton. I’d like to get in touch with the main blogger for this site. Can you please email me at cam4hillary@gmail.com?

Thanks and Go Hillary!

-- Cam

Shtuey said...

I am the main blogger. I did my time on Planet Hillary. This is no longer about her. She chose her side, and is enabling the Little Dictator. Until she demonstrates her opposition to his liberty crushing policies at home and abroad I consider her someone to be watched, not supported.

Better your efforts be placed in protecting our Constitution than supporting a politician who is currently proving herself to be part of the problem. I will consider reconsidering if and when she breaks away from the Resident.

lililam said...

Regarding your last comment, I reserve judgment, but regarding your post, I would like to know what Manny, Moe, and Jack (or is it Joe?) would do? I agree with you in that the tragedy is that any proposal made by Pampers is suspect. No matter how appropriate it sounds on the surface (and most of them don't, anyway), the source is not to be trusted. This makes it even more difficult to engage in discourse with the well-intentioned but easily swayed members of the populace. It is beyond as well as inclusive of logic. The man behind the controls is not a friend.

Shtuey said...

lililam, after all we went through with Hillary last year i would love nothing more than to disavow a comment like that. Unfortunately, I feel that there is no time to waste on her at the moment. I gave her my support once. I will give it again when she has redeemed it. Things are moving very quickly. We really need to be focusing our efforts on stopping Pampers' expanding powers.

Mary Ellen said...

Well gee Shtuey, President Junior Jr. has already told North Korea that they were bad bad boys and he was weely weely angwy at them for shooting off that missile. That should be enough to get the world to sit up and take notice, don't ya think? I feel safer already!

lililam said...

I know, shtuey, I just saw your previous comment and didn't wish to ignore it completely, although my reson for commenting was regarding the topic of your post. The subject of Hillary needs to be played out with her actions, I agree, but I am one to withhold my remarks until I am sure where I stand. I am not sure yet.

lililam said...

reason

Shtuey said...

lililam; that's a perfectly legitimate stance to take.

Logistics Monster said...

I know exactly where I stand. Poor Hillary wants a seat at the table for the House of Clinton and that ain't gonna happen. As for siding with Planet Islam - you bet - more muslims than xtians in the world.

me said...

We live in a baed world, and it will get worse. Of course Obama is not at war with Islam, problem is that islam is at war with us. But don't tell him that.
In other news can you guy call him back or something, he's boring us to tears over here

Anonymous said...

http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/04/farewell_to_zion_forever.html

Shtuey said...

I read that over the weekend. Thank you for posting it anonymous.

I have said for over a year now that Juan Asshole's foreign policy agenda is predicated on selling Israel out to her enemies. I do not necessarily agree with the population vacating the country. In fact, I find that to be highly dramatic and presumptuous for anyone to think that Israel is going to sit and commit suicide because a fuck faced asshole like Pampers tells them to do so.

What I do know is that if Iran approaches the red line, there is nothing short of the Earth plunging into the sun that is going to stop an Israeli attack on Iran.

Mr. Thier expresses genuine concern, but seems to think that Israel is beholden to the United States for the $3billion in funding and weapons it gets. Believe me when I say she is not, and that the current government may very well tell the USA to go shove that money up our ass and, quite frankly, I wish they would.

America has never been a real friend to Israel, as I have said here over and over. Would an ally sell AWACS planes to their friend's enemy? No, but the US sold them to Saudi Arabia. Would a friend sell out their ally's security interests as currency to get oil prices lowered? No, but that's exactly what that fuck George W. Assfuck did.

Waah, Barry won't let Israel fly over Iraq. Guess what? Ehud Barak and his generals already assumed this. First, king Hussein of Jordan is alive because Mossad keeps him alive, just as they did his father before him. Jordan will have their radar systems being serviced that week.

Mr. Thier would do well to look at a map of the Middle East and guess which nation bordering Iran wants them to get the bomb. Answer? Zero. Even with their shared hatred of Israel, a nuclear Iran destabilizes the region, and makes a hostage out of OPEC, a situation that Riyadh will never tolerate. Even the vaporization of Israel is not incentive enough to be held hostage by Persians. Turkey, Georgia, and Azerbaijan have no reason to support Iran's nuclear ambitions either. And I have news for Mr. Resident Asshole in the White House; he does not get to decide over what countries Israel can fly. And when the attack happens, and it will happen, Igogettajob will still be scratching his ass trying to figure out what happened after the Israeli planes have returned home.

Other routes exists, and over countries that have a vested interest in making sure that Iran never gets the bomb. With all due respect to Mr. Thier, Iraq might be the most direct way, but it is not the only way. And if anyone is going to pull a rabbit out of their ass to save themselves it's Israel.

Anyone who thinks that Israel is going to submit to the ruling of Pampers on Iran is living in a fucking dreamland (that would be you Pampers). The United States has never been able to stay Israel's hand when its life was on the line. I see no reason for this to change now.

Yes, having the political cover of the U.S. helps, but tacit support of the Arab nations is just as good, if not better (see; the Israeli bombing of Iraq's plant...public condemnation, private thank yous).

I'm not worrying about Israel just yet. If Bibi rolls over to Barry, then I will worry.