IRGC a terrorist organization? The entire Iranian government is!

by Gramfan on October 2, 2007

in Bush family, counterjihad, Iran

irgc.jpgI support the move to designate the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization if, AND ONLY IF, the entire Iranian government is also designated as a terrorist organization AT THE SAME TIME.

How many acts of war are we going to allow them to perpetrate on us until we finally, belatedly, acknowledge that a state of war exists with Iran?

Oh, and BY THE WAY, why wasn’t Mahmoud Ahmadenijad arrested forthwith for his well-known (and well-photographed) crime of participating in the taking of American hostages during the Carter era? Never mind about diplomatic immunity. How much diplomatic immunity did he give OUR diplomats, hmmm? I was an adult when this happened and I am still angry about it.

We should have invaded Iran immediately back then and dealt with Iran’s bandit-government at least as harshly as Jefferson once did with the Barbary Pirates. Our failure to do so has set an evil precedent and we pay the price for it to this day.

Are we going to wait until Iran has nukes? This situation will only get more difficult as time goes on. The time to act is now.

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1 Yankee Doodle October 2, 2007 at 7:46 pm

We’re barking up the wrong tree regarding Iranian nuclear weapons.

Al Qaeda has them, and has had them for many years.

Saudi Arabia is a state sponsor of terror, and we won’t admit it. Beyond that, the Saudis have a nuclear program by proxy in Pakistan.

These are the guys we need to deal with, and until we do so, Iran knows they have nothing to fear. Deal with Al Qaeda and Saudi Arabia, and we won’t have to talk loudly for Iran to listen.

Contrast that with the message sent by Bush. Three countries are accused of developing nukes. One doesn’t have them, and gets clobbered and taken over. Another declares that they already have them, and gets left alone. The third country learns a lesson from this: get them as fast as possible. (Iraq, N. Korea, Iran)

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