Sunday, January 07, 2007

Bad moon rising

Take a good look at this Iranian installation called Natanz. It’s one of the evil regime’s nuclear production facilities, and it’s targeted for destruction. At least, that’s the report from the Sunday Times of London.

Revealed: Israel plans nuclear strike on Iran

ISRAEL has drawn up secret plans to destroy Iran’s uranium enrichment facilities with tactical nuclear weapons. Two Israeli air force squadrons are training to blow up an Iranian facility using low-yield nuclear “bunker-busters”, according to several Israeli military sources.

The attack would be the first with nuclear weapons since 1945, when the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Israeli weapons would each have a force equivalent to one-fifteenth of the Hiroshima bomb. Under the plans, conventional laser-guided bombs would open “tunnels” into the targets. “Mini-nukes” would then immediately be fired into a plant at Natanz, exploding deep underground to reduce the risk of radioactive fallout.

Read the rest here. After all the threats Mojo Ahmadinejad has cast at Israel, most of the protests will be no more than pro forma. Everybody knows why this has to be done. Unfortunately, the use of tactical nukes will be highly divisive, and the Muslim world will be screaming for blood. It could start the Big One.

Roscoe’s recommendation for 2007 is to make
Regime Change Iran a daily read. Seriously. Latest post there reports U.S. movement of major additional forces toward the Persian Gulf.

Getting somewhat less attention these days in the mainstream mediocracy—in the shadow of the new Dhimmicrat Congress—is a major military shakeup under way by the Commander in Chief. These reportedly are commanders who are committed to military victory in the Middle East, sniveling Dhimmicats be damned. This post from Ralph Peters will help you understand why, for example, Bush would appoint an admiral, William Fallon, to replace Gen. Abizaid in charge of Central Command. In short, it’s only a matter of time before we’re going to be at war with Iran.

And then this post in which Kenneth Timmerman forecasts the conflict within three to six months. Yes, scary. But better now than with a fully nuclearized Iran father down the road.


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