What Are We Waiting For?

To Obama: The destruction of mankind is not subject to negotiation. Apocalypse is not acceptable as the stupid expects to receive as a gift in December for Christmas!

U.S., U.K., France backed up by Russia, are now demanding that because Iran has been caught lying, foxy Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad must now reveal Iran’s Nuclear Site[s]. [See all the Media’s September 25th headlines.] Ahmadinejad has been playing hide and sick[!] for too long until perhaps we wake up one morning in darkness because layers of mushroom clouds had covered the sun!!

The “Monster of Iran” who vowed to wipe Israel off the map by pouring down like rain on Jerusalemhis covertly manufactured atomic bombs, has little time left until December this year – barely two months from now – “… to comply or face new sanctions…” French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

But it is still sanction – tender head-tapping-politics as you can see and wonder, instead of an ultimatum for a nuclear strike if Iran [1] would not specify where those nuclear sites are located; [2] would not STOP its program of developing nuclear bombs.

And it has been proven for so long now, that

Iran

would always continue playing hide and sick[!] rather than pay heed to those warnings or comply with those demands to stop building its underground nuke arsenal.

Sanction has never worked with terrorist countries, especially when the production of weapons of mass destruction is the main activities they want to hide from public view.

But here is reality chronicled in the pages of history that we should consider seriously: We did not believe in politics that attempted to cover up– but unfortunately had succeeded in covering up —

Iraq

’s clandestine activities of manufacturing biological, nuclear and other WMDs.

With the approval of the U.S. Congress, this country struck

Iraq

using our military might and hanged Saddam Hussein by the neck until dead. In spite of the enemy within and without crying out loud their pain in the neck for invading

Iraq

, at least we got rid of one dictator terrorist worse than Osama bin Laden. This is reality that the American public hardly knew, or if Americans knew hardly accept, perhaps except for the learned and reasonable few.

We are done with the “Terror of Baghdad”, and now there are two more left – the antichrist of nuclear Iran and our communist “friend” [fiend] from North Korea [Nokor] whose covert nuclear program has not only developed atomic bombs but had also recently launched a long range rocket to outer space to test their delivery system in case nuclear war breaks out.

This “Axis of Evil” as former President George W. Bush correctly described [mentioning Iraq, Iran and Nokor among others]had in the words of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, been committing a ‘serial deception’ that fooled manic negotiators like former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and now President Barack Obama. Carter’s soft-glove diplomacy had caused the siege of our Embassy in Teheran in the 1970s opening a spate of terror strikes against

America

everywhere the latest of which was 911 since terrorists took advantage of his “peanut diplomacy”.

In comparison of events in the Middle East that had recently developed, Obama is now successfully leading the world to the gate of Hell because like Carter he wants to talk to terror before anything else, to appeal to their senses not to drop the first nuke that would annihilate mankind … and if terrorists would not listen and just do what they are determined to do, that would count you and me as possible sacrificial statistics of nuclear holocaust for Obama’s kind of diplomacy!!

Washington

always makes outrageous choices if not wrong decisions. The Director-General of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency [IAEA] is from the

Middle East

named Mohamed ElBaradej. He was an Egyptian who got the post at the influence of the

Washington

power brokers operating in the UN. By making ElBaradej IAEA Director-General, the short-sighted American sponsor [whose name is no longer worth mentioning here] burned his

midnight candle to see to it that ElBaradeji got appointed to the chair, and also burned his eyebrows in the process.

Although ElBaradej earned his nuclear expertiseby going to schools and universities here in the United Statesand even taught as a professor at NYU, his loyalty to the Muslim cause inimical to American interest in the

Middle East

has always been suspiciously intact … in time, that inborn loyalty remained in his birthright as strong as

Fort

Knox

.

As you probably knew by now, IAEA “ …conducts inspections and negotiates with governments in an attempt to stop the spread of nuclear weaponry and to insure that nuclear materials are used exclusively for peaceful purposes.” [1]

ElBaradej almost always recommended IAEA findings that the suspect nuclear activities were for peaceful purposes. His Arabic personality and UN posturing in this regard “… brought him in conflict with the

United States

in the case of

Iraq

and

Iran

.” [Ibid]

Unlike the U.S., ElBaradej has no advance technology to monitor and discover evidences or understand them in a scientific way and why the secrecy for divulging the source of intelligence reports is a matter of life and death that must be protected. Obviously by taking advantage of his confrontation with the

United States

on this issue, ElBaradej was actually working his way into earning his Nobel Prize award in 2005. His award “…signaled a strong vote of confidence from the international community …” a laurel for his personal triumph against the

United States

.

The second-to-none operations of our intelligence network around the worldhad discovered and firmly established the existence of

Iran

’s atomic-bomb-making as well as

Iraq

’s clandestine nuclear programs. In the case of

Iraq

, ElBaradej covered up this truth by politicking … leading an inspection team to

Iraq

to convince UN inspectors that the

U.S.

discovery of

Iraq

’s arsenal of WMDs was only a whimsical

Washington

allegation that did not exist. Saddam had dismantled his WMD facilities for the coming of the investigators, then re-installed them when they left [ Gen. Powell]. Later, on

March 7, 2003 , ElBaradej made an announcement to the UN Security Council that the “ … alleged purchase of uranium by

Iraq

from the African country of

Niger

, had been shown to be a forgery.” This IAEA conspiracy to lie was historic in UN’s history.

Angered by IlBaradej’s challenge in the UN that then President George W. Bush was a liar and our intelligence service and the

United States

were lying on the existence of Saddam Hussein’s nuclear program, a coalition of countries “led by the

United States

and

Great Britain

” invaded

Iraq

on

March 20, 2003 .” In the UN, we leftIAEA’s lying toilet papers hanging onthe tree for the world to smell and swear.

In the Western Hemisphere, we the leaders of the free world that humankind depends on for security and survival against terrorist attacks following 911 – at least more than 75% of Americans and almost the whole of England believed — could not wait for a global catastrophe to befall on us while IlBaradeji was obviously scheming to gain international recognition to winthe Nobel Peace Award. Right or wrong, many nincompoops believed IlBaradej, especially when he got his coveted Nobel Prize reward two years later.

Like Obama, ElBaradej favors the strategy of negotiations with terror to solve the proliferation of nuclear weapons. This is what he told the Chicago Tribune:

“You will never solve your problem until you sit around the dinner table and put your grievances on the table and find out how to move forward …Some people equate that with being soft – that if you do not pound on the table and if you do not scream, then you are being soft. I think this is a total misconception …”

This rhetoric is ELBaradej's favorite brazen lie. The talk with

Iran

on November 2004 led

Iran

to halt its nuclear program while ElBaradeji was being considered for a Nobel Prize honor, misleading the gullible to believe that his negotiation strategy with terror was working.

Indeed, as a reward, he deserved an international recognition. But this lie is stranger than fiction … cajolery loaded with shrouded plots that attract James Bond type of novelists eager to write a story for a million bucks. In short,

Iran

continued its nuclear program just the same, and the issue of renegade

Iran

breaking its given words that were actually worth nothing, “flared again in 2005”, just right after ElBaradej received his Nobel Peace Prize.

Mission

accomplished, and ElBaradej and his busload of anti-U.S. campaigners – mostly leftist extremists and the enemy within ready to give away an arm in exchange for

America

’s black eye — just don’t give a damn!

As a former UN diplomat myself, this is how I would undress in the international fora this faking head of the IAEA and expose what his ugly scheming mental state of mind looks like:

It is reported that “[H]e [ElBaradej] criticized existing nuclear powers, including the

United States

, for their lack of progress in arms control.” [1]

How can ElBaradej have nuclear arms control when he preferred negotiations with rogue countries to know if they are clandestinely engaged in secretly making atomic bombs? What comes out from these bannered negotiations is either a denial that “we are not manufacturing nuclear bombs” [Iran, and formerly Iraq dictator Saddam Hussien] or a statement from a communist dictator saying “okay we will stop our nuclear weapon programs that you suspected we are having [N.Korea in exchange for U.S. economic aid in President Clinton's time] … and what happens next … NOTHING … except that ElBaradej gets his Nobel Peace Prize. The world is misled to think that negotiating with terror works. Records show it does not.

And now look at the running headlines [

September 25, 2009 ] and know why Media’s front page banners are suddenly crazy grabbing the undivided attention of the public nationwide and worldwide.

U.S.

,

U.K.

,

France

,

Russia

and others are now in effect confirming that in fact former President Bush has always been right … that

Iran

has always been engaged in a secret nuclear weapons development program our intelligence service had long discovered, which the free world must stop.

In other words, Bush has always been telling the truth from day one when he demanded that the free world must act immediately rather than waste time negotiating just to inflate the ego of grandstanding politicians the likes of Obama.

Look how stupendously bad and dangerous it is when diplomacy gets out of control, more so when it is misunderstood or mishandled by reckless limelight-grabbing diplomats: In this war on terror, launching a diplomacy to our faceless enemies after 911 is likefiring a bulletfroma handgun – actually what comes out from the barrel of the gun is a bouquet of flowers our nameless adversaries within and afar thought we are sending to themto thank them for what they have done.

In my years of contentious diplomacy in the UN I learned more about high-level talks of belligerency or war as a critic of bad diplomacy than just a high-heeled talking ornament of diplomacy most diplomats are.

As a diplomat with years of experience running as a litterateur-cum-journalist soaked in a hogshead of Martin Amis’ “literary vinegar”, I know for a fact that engaging in a bad talking diplomacy instead of acting immediately in self-defense while the opportunity presents itself, is like missing the last boat to Shangkai. Stranded, lost and somehow not knowing what to do except talk the talks, is in my viewwhat describes Obama’s diplomacy after 911.

In modern diplomatic discourses, Amis is portrayed by the New York Times as the “leading luminary of the English metropolitan literary world” [3] that Obama should learn from every time he is bitten by a talking-bug in international relation. He should learn more what Amis’"the new unpleasantness"[1] means.

If I were in Obama’s shoes, I should not indulge in the “diplomatic niceties” of a hooked junkie that do not conform to the truth or oblivious to the realities of the time. It is as clear as the sun rises from the East that in so far as their nuclear development programs are concerned, Iran and N. Korea will do as they please what they want to do, no matter how dog-like Obama’s determination is to fool the American people that his mindless if not ego-massaging international grandstanding and foolish negotiating binge on terror is going to work.

Obama should not be obsessed with John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s mollifying doctrine when the President was dealing with Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, Russia’s communist leader with whom Kennedy pushed the world to theedge of Nuclear Armageddon in that infamous Cuban Crisis. Kennedy declared with so much bravado to the American people and to the free world that “Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.” There is no doubt that this rhetoric is witty and courageous that it eventually gained worldwide adherence to our concept of democracy.

But the lesson to learn, which Obama obviously is ignorant about or if he is not he simply ignores, is that in diplomacy, Kennedy’s most quoted declaration signaled to the enemythe right approach at a wrong time –toa formidableadversary with a finger on the nuclear button determined to kill millions of people around the world. Didn’t Obama know that soon enough Kennedy was shot? His brain took a bullet from an unknown assailant/s [alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was said to be only a fall guy– but it was never unknown to millions why.

Obama is one diplomat that approaches every problem with an open mouth. This is just what his lingo means when he said let us negotiate … approach the enemy – and every problem — with an open mind … actually he meant face the problem with an open mouth. He knows everything … except perform, or perform right.

This reminds me of Brendan Behan’s eunuchs in a harem. They are wise and they know everything what every woman wants, but they cannot perform!!

Obama’s diplomacy represents the indomitable fact that this present national leadership is inutile when comes to ourconcern for survival. We are just waiting for the delivery of a nuclear apple in a box. If you ask me, I dread to say that maybe it could be terror’s horrifyingpresent this Christmas season — God forbids! #

© Copyright Edwin A. Sumcad. Access NWS,

September 28, 2009 .

The writer is an award-winning journalist. He is a NWS columnist. Know more about the author by reading his published editorials and feature articles or you may e-mail your comment to ed.superx722@yahoo.com

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