Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America


Summer 2005

IRAN SAYS "TRUST US" NOT TO PRODUCE NUCLEAR WEAPONRY SINCE WE ARE GOING TO BE TOO BUSY PRODUCING SOPHISTICATED WEAPONS FOR USE BY THE IRAQI INSURGENTS IN THE MURDER OF AMERICAN TROOPS The Jewish War Veterans of the USA (JWV) calls upon the United States not to get suckered into supporting the European sell-out to Iran. European countries are in the process of negotiating with Iran to get them to "agree" to use their nuclear capability only for energy purposes and not to develop nuclear weapons of mass destruction [this time, it won't be WMD, but weapons of mass extinction]. IRAN has learned to make use of the North Korean negotiating approach of fear and the deceptive lie. As usual, the European negotiators live in la-la land in accepting the lie—not as a lie—but as a way TO AVOID having to face the truth instead of reality and thus avoid imposing real sanctions on Iran. It's Iraq once again, except this time the Iranians appear to be nicer than Saddam—but equally as untrustworthy. The August 6th issue of the New York Times reported on the double-dealing by Iran in providing the Iraqi insurgents with a more effective ability to kill American troops. "Many of the new, more sophisticated roadside bombs used to attack American and government forces in Iraq have been designed in Iran and shipped in from there, United States military and intelligence officials said Friday, raising the prospect of increased foreign help for Iraq insurgents. ******************** "These are among the most sophisticated and most lethal devices we've seen." Said the senior officer………"It's very serious." The Europeans are quite willing to sacrifice American lives in Iraq in order to secure a not-to-be-trusted signature on a piece of paper from the Iranians. They will promise to use their nuclear research and production facilities only for energy and not for nuclear bombs and devices. We should not be so stupid as to trade American lives for a vacuous promise. Iran will continue to destabilize the region. By supplying the insurgents, Iran is effectively buying American lives on the cheap—to them, it's a win-win situation, without wasting the expenditure of any Iranian lives. To the United States, it can be a failure worse than Vietnam.


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