bombs away: mullah strangelove

So then, just where are they going to drop this thing?

(see link at end)…Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin on Thursday that Moscow does not believe Iran will use a nuclear weapon against Israel.

“Thus far it has not been proven with certainty that Iran is trying to develop a nuclear weapon,” Lavrov said in Moscow. “Given Israel’s demographic makeup which includes millions of Arabs and Muslims, the Islamic Republic will not attack Israel,” he explained.

—Guess Who’s Building Nuclear Power Plants in Iran? Hey, US, those nuclear power plants in Iran? You built that. Posted by Lori Price, 26 Sep 2012 Flashback: The US was fine with Iran building nuclear power plants, when a torturing, terrorist regime controlled them. (Photo)—Read More:

Rivlin said in response that Russia is the only country that can stop Iran’s nuclear program without the use of sanctions.

Meanwhile, the Iranian terror threat is causing concern in the US. New York City’s police commissioner said Wednesday that a potential retaliatory attack on New York City by Iran is an ongoing concern for the NYPD.

According to the New York Post, Kelly said that a possible conflict between Iran and Israel was of concern to the law enforcement agency due to the city’s large Jewish population.Read More:,7340,L-4290982,00.html

—“The great nations have always acted like gangsters, and the small nations like prostitutes.” – Kubrick—In the historical context of U.S./Soviet tensions, it seems strange to make a comedy about something so horrifying. But if, as Marshall McLuhan suggests, “The medium is the message,” Kubrick’s choice of this medium must say something about his message. Dr. Strangelove, is essentially an anti-war film, showing the absurdity of nuclear war and linking the two basic male instincts together, sex drive and the desire to kill. The film continually portrays extreme examples of international politics, sexual politics, gender politics and the role of communication (or lack of) inherent in each.—Read More:

So, who is going to have the honors of being on the Iran shortlist. The safest havens to hide would appear to be Amsterdam, Marseille, Brussels, Copenhagen, Strasbourg, Moscow, Malmo, Stockholm, and Greater London; New York City is one of those on-the-bubble choices, weighing death to Jews of which there has to be a few owning up to be Zionists,- hey Thomas Friedman, put up your arm!- against the significant collateral damage. In the amber alert zone, up for consideration as an alternative choice would be Chicago, Houston, New Jersey, Austin, Montreal and Toronto. The safe bets are almost anywhere south of the Mason-Dixon; pick-em’: Mississippi, Arizona,Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. If they lob one on Idaho or Iowa, Saskatoon, or Sudbury, no one may notice which leaves Colorado, Maine, Kentucky and Alaska as potentials but with limited PR value….

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