Wednesday, February 6, 2008

****NEWSFLASH***** Russia Awake?

In a stunning admission it would seem that Russia has decided that their good friends might not be so peaceful and well meaning in their desire to obtain nuclear materials. Well, what ever would make them come to this conclusion? Perhaps it has not been in Russia's best interest to play games. God knows you have plenty of Islamic enemies that wish you ill Russia right in your own country.

Radical Islam hates Russia as much as it does all of the rest of the world that does not want to submit. Just cruising some of the jihadi forums make this crystal clear and they are coming for them as well. Seems that rocket launch of Iran's on Monday has raised some "questions". A little late now isn't it since you have provided Iran with so much help at The UN Security Council and through arms and other material sales. Of course you were a great supporter of Germany during WWII until they attacked you --- now weren't you?

From BBC News today:

Russia thinks the launch of an Iranian rocket into space raises suspicion over the true aim of its nuclear programme, a foreign ministry official has said.

"Long-range missiles are one of the components of a [nuclear] weapons system," Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Losyukov told Interfax.

Therefore Monday's test launch of Iran's Explorer-1 space rocket was "of course, a cause for concern", he said.

Iran insists its nuclear programme is purely for peaceful energy production.

Correspondents say the statement by Mr Losyukov appeared to indicate that Moscow increasingly shares Western concerns about Tehran's nuclear course.

Of course Deputy Foreign Minister Losyukov could always find himself placed in a mental hospital for his views if he is not towing the party line like the man in this story a JAWA.


KittyLeap Zionist Hore said...

Perhaps the Russian hackers of jihadi web sites are smarter than the government. LOL I am still proud of the. WooHoo.

SuperSekritZH#? said...

True aim, that is almost laughable if it weren't so serious.
I agree, the Russian hackers did one heck of a job...nice