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Cox & Forkum: Crasher

From FoxNews: Tehrean Treatens West With Homicide Bombers.

From TIA Daily: Time to Fight the Real War by Robert Tracinski.

From City Journal: Facing Down Iran by Mark Steyn.

And from The Telegraph: The frightening truth of why Iran wants a bomb by Amir Taheri.


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Washington Times: Mexican aliens seek to retake ‘stolen’ land

La reconquista, a radical movement calling for Mexico to “reconquer” America’s Southwest, has stepped out of the shadows at recent immigration-reform protests nationwide as marchers held signs saying, “Uncle Sam Stole Our Land!” and waved Mexico’s flag.
Even as organizers urged marchers to display U.S. flags, the theme of reclaiming “stolen” land remained strong. One popular banner read: “If you think I’m illegal because I’m a Mexican, learn the true history because I’m in my homeland.”
“We need to change direction,” said Jose Lugo, an instructor in Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder at a campus march last week. “And by allowing these 50,000, 50 million [immigrants] to come in here, we can do that.”

READ IT ALL.

This is a surprise?

Most of the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles) is a Mexican third world slum.

Kennedy-McCain – no way.

Flashback:

Illegal Immigration Watch: Flush Illegal Alien Amnesty

Illegal Immigration Watch: Democrat Party Recruiting at Illegal Immigration Protests

Illegal Immigration Watch: Immigration Rights Activists on March Again

Illegal Immigration Watch: Senate Compromise Bill Delayed? NOW Shelved…..

Illegal Immigration Watch: Republicans to Filibuster Immigration Bill

Illegal Immigration Watch: McCain – “Not Enough Votes for Senate Judiciary Committee Bill”

Illegal Immigration Watch: Senate Majority Leader Frist Wants Immigration Bill Vote this Week

Illegal Immigration Watch: FAQ About Illegal Aliens

Illegal Immigration Watch: Los Angeles Latino DJs Spur Protests

Illegal Immigration Watch: United States Senate Judiciary Committee Approves an Immigration Bill

Illegal Immigration Watch: The United States Senate Judiciary Committee Takes Up the Debate

Illegal Immigration Watch: 500,000 Rally to Protest Immigration Bills

Illegal Immigration Watch: Democrat Senate Minority Leader Threatens Filibuster of Illegal Immigration Bill


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 Iran Nuclear Watch: Rafsanjani   We Are at the Service of the Whole Region

Former Iranian President and head of the Expediency Council, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani talks to the press upon his arrival to Kuwait City. Iran’s influential former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was in Kuwait on a visit aimed at easing fears of Iran’s Gulf neighbours about its nuclear programme.

AFP: Iran’s Rafsanjani in Kuwait to reassure on nuclear crisis

Iran’s influential former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was in Kuwait on a visit aimed at easing fears of Iran’s Gulf neighbours about its nuclear programme.

Rafsanjani, also the head of Iran’s powerful Expediency Council, is due to hold talks with officials, including Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah and Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Mohammad al-Ahmad al-Sabah, during the two-day visit.

The talks will focus on the escalating crisis over Iran’s nuclear programme amid reports of possible US military action against the Shiite-ruled Islamic republic, officials and diplomats said Sunday.

“We want to assure you (the Gulf region) that we are at the service of the whole region,” Rafsanjani told an accompanying Iranian television crew at Kuwait airport.

Of course, the Gulf States should be concerned about a military confrontation between Iran and the United States. But, ask the Kuwaitis who bailed their asses out when Saddam invaded them – USA.

US-ally Kuwait and other Sunni-ruled Gulf Arab states are concerned about the possibility that the current standoff may develop into a full-scale military confrontation and fear an environmental catastrophe from the Iranian nuclear plant being constructed in Bushehr on Gulf waters.

Kuwait’s leading liberal newspaper Al-Qabas warned in an editorial Sunday entitled “Welcome Rafsanjani… But,” that Gulf states may be the main victims of a possible US-Iranian military confrontation.

“We say but because our Iranian brothers have placed us — the people on the other bank of the Gulf — right in the middle of the confrontation… against our will, and we may become its main victim,” the daily said.

And their fears are justified.

But, their greatest fear will be the West freeing itself from oil dependence and the collapse of their oli-exporting economies.

Stay tuned……

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Iran Nuclear Watch: Tony Blair Refuses to Back Iran Strike

Iran Nuclear Watch: Peres – “Ahmadinejad Will End Up Like Saddam”

Iran Nuclear Watch: Iran Issues Military WARNING to the United States

Iran Nuclear Watch: Ahmadinejad – “Israel is Heading Toward Annihilation”

Iran Nuclear Watch: Russia to Host New Talks on Iran

Iran Nuclear Watch: Rice – “United States Will Look at the Full Range of Options Available to the United Nations.”

Iran Nuclear Watch: Ahmadinejad – “We Won’t Hold Talks With Anyone About the Right of the Iranian Nation (to Enrich Uranium)”

Iran Nuclear Watch: Iran Could Produce a Nuclear Bomb in 16 Days

Iran Nuclear Watch: Condoleezza Rice – Iran Uranium Enrichment Will Require “Strong Steps” from the United Nations Security Council

Iran Nuclear Watch: Iran to Move to Large-Scale Uranium Enrichment

Iran Nuclear Watch: United States Cannot Confirm Uranium Enrichment Claim

Iran Nuclear Watch: Mark Steyn – Facing Down Iran

Iran Nuclear Watch: Ahmadinejad – “Iran Has Joined the Club of Nuclear Countries”

Iran Nuclear Watch: Iran Producing Enriched Uranium

Iran Nuclear Watch: Ahmadinejad – “Iran Won’t Back Down ‘ONE IOTA’ in Nuclear FLAP

Iran Nuclear Watch: Bush – “Wild Speculation”

Iran Nuclear Watch: White House Dampens Talk of Iran Military Strike

Iran Nuclear Watch: Iran – “United States Engaged in Psychological War”

Iran Nuclear Watch: United States Nuclear Attack on Iran – “Not on the Agenda”

Iran Nuclear Watch: United States Considers Use of Nuclear Weapons Against Iran – Redux

Iran Nuclear Watch: United States Considers Use of Nuclear Weapons Against Iran

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