Christopher Jon Bjerknes
In last nights "debate", there were common themes iterated by leading Republican candidates for President of the United States of America. Largely devoid of personal merit, they wrapped themselves in the Republican Reagan myth. Like the Democrats, they warmongered against Iran based on unsubstantiated and refuted allegations. They placed the interests of the Israelis above those of Americans.
United States Senator and Presidential candidate John "Bomb Iran" McCain stated,
"Iran is a state sponsor of terrorism. We all know that. Iran continues their efforts to build nuclear weapons. Iran is now exporting lethal IED's and jihadists and suicide bombers into Iraq killing American soldiers. The Iranians encouraged Hezbullah to attack Israel from Lebanon recently. Iran poses one of the greatest threats to the world, to the security of the world, and in the Middle East. I believe the Iranians have got, we have got to bring greater pressures, diplomatic, economic, political, join with our European allies. We still fear greatly the effect of a cut off of oil on, from, into Europe. We have to work together. If the Russians and the Chinese are not helpful to us, then we had better figure out a way to put additional pressures encouraging democracy and freedom within Iraq, which is a very cultured socie. . . within Iran, which is a very cultured society. At the end of the day, we cannot allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons. [. . .] My greatest fear is the Iranians acquire a nuclear weapon, and give it to a terrorist organization, and there is a real threat of them doing that. The trip wire [for a U. S. strike at Iran] is, that if they acquire these weapons, and their, our intelligence tells us, that this is a real threat to the state of Israel, to other states in the region. But I want to emphasize, Chris, there's lots of additional efforts that can be made and must be made before we consider that option. There's lots of things we can do. That is the ultimately final option and I don't think we need to exercise it at this time."—U. S. Senator and Presidential candidate John McCain, Republican Presidential Candidate Debates, http://video.msn.com/v/us/msnbc.htm?f=00&g=&p=hotvideo_m_debate_rep&t=c3684&rf=http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18296908/&fg=
U. S. Congressman and Presidential candidate Tom Tancredo stated,
"If there is a threat to the existence of Israel, which is by the way I think a potential threat to the existence of the United States, then you have to come to that, the aid of Israel."—U. S. Congressman and Presidential candidate Tom Tancredo, Republican Presidential Candidate Debates, http://video.msn.com/v/us/msnbc.htm?f=00&g=&p=hotvideo_m_debate_rep&t=c3684&rf=http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18296908/&fg=
U. S. Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani stated,
"It really depends on what our intelligence says. I mean the reality is the use of military force against Iran would be very dangerous. It would be very provocative. The only thing worse would be Iran being a nuclear power."—U. S. Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, Republican Presidential Candidate Debates, http://video.msn.com/v/us/msnbc.htm?f=00&g=&p=hotvideo_m_debate_rep&t=c3684&rf=http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18296908/&fg=
U. S. Congressman and Presidential candidate Duncan Hunter stated,
"Right now Iran is moving equipment into Iraq that is being used to kill Americans. Iran has crossed the line. The United States has absolute license at this point to take whatever actions are necessary to stop those deadly instruments from being moved across the line being used in explosives, roadside bombs inside Iraq. And, lastly, you know we should not get to the edge of the cliff on this enrichment of uranium and plutonium to be used for a nuclear weapon in Iran. The United States needs to move very quickly."—U. S. Presidential candidate Duncan Hunter, Republican Presidential Candidate Debates, http://video.msn.com/v/us/msnbc.htm?f=00&g=&p=hotvideo_m_debate_rep&t=c3684&rf=http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18296908/&fg=
Outside of Zionist politicians in search of Jewish money, and the Jewish controlled media which controls the fate of politicians, I do not hear Americans clamoring for war against Iran. The Israelis are pushing hard for America to attack Iran. The Zionists have a lock on both the leading Republican and Democratic candidates to the detriment of Americans and the rest of humanity. The current crop of leading Presidential candidates are the most scripted, uninsightful and uninspiring group headed for the Oval Office I have yet to witness. Their competition is too weak, too underfunded, or too unsophisticated, to realistically challenge them, and the American public is still too complacent to put policy, principle and genuine self-interest above polish and glitter. In addition, the Zionist politicians have the Zionist media on their side.