Iran is dominating the news cycle as the United Nations General Assembly meets in NYC. Benjamin Netanyahu gave what might turn out to be the last warning to the world before Iran builds a nuclear bomb. Supporting that sentiment is a story that somehow escaped the mainstream media that I did over at my new gig; Pat Read’s Conservative Report Online (CRO). Back in July the Department of Justice arrested two men involved in a “nuclear smuggling ring” aiding Iran; one is an Iranian national, the other man being from China. (other conspirators exist but have yet to be arrested).
And last but certainly not least an Iranian refugee confronted Ramin Mehmanparast, a spokesman for Ahmadinejad, on the streets of NYC and attacked him with the whole ordeal being caught on video! He is eventually hustled into a police car complete with women screaming as the attack escalates. Kick ass. Since President Obama wont take a stand against the Iranian regime someone on the streets of New York, during the United Nations meeting, felt the need to step up to the plate. And this is a small occurrence that can start a large war…
Iranian Refugee attacking Ahmadinejad spokesman on the streets of NYC. via PJ Tattler
Both Angles available. First is Ground Level right in the middle of the altercation. Second video is an aerial shot
Ground Level – In the middle of altercation
Aerial shot of altercation
Just a quick little note to reaffirm the obvious.
Press Release: BB Netanyahu with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
Loews Regency Hotel, New York, NY
Sept 21, 2011
QUESTION: Mr. Prime Minister, why won’t you freeze the settlements if that’s one way to get back to talks?
PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU: Well, I did, as you know, and did something that no previous Israeli government did. I actually froze any construction for ten months, waited nine months and one week; the Palestinians finally came and said, well, keep on freezing. So I think wisely – and we concluded with the United States – that what we really have to do is get on with the real issues and get down and negotiate all these issues in order to get peace. We have to negotiate the issues to resolve them. We can’t just negotiate about the negotiations.
Righto! Negotiating about negotiations is a classic tactic employed by those who realize they have not earned their equal status at said “talks”. Once the encroaching party realizes they are at a justifiable disadvantage the next step is to latch on to semantics in hopes that everyone elses attention will turn towards you (the illegitimate party); hopefully favoring your illegitimate stance in regards to bargaining power. Link to the short press release can be found here.
Stay the course B.B. and sway. Picture links to appropriate video. That is all.
Sway with me