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Thousands of animals mysteriously die across the world

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on January 11, 2011

Chavez and Hassan Nasrallah in the same league

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on August 28, 2010

During the Iranian Industries and Mines Minister Ali-Akbar Mehrabian’s visit to Caracas, the two countries established some technical workgroups to accelerate their joint projects.

Heading an industrial and economic delegation the Iranian minister left Tehran for Caracas on Wednesday.

 During his visit, Mehrabian has held meetings with the Venezuelan Vice President Ramiro Valdés Menendez and the nation’s Minister of Science and Technology.

 Mehrabian also opened Iran’s industrial capacities show in Venezuela on Thursday. As we know Iran’s regime offered to help Venezuela for its uranium mining also.

 Over 30 Iranian companies active in different fields such as oil and refinery, carpet and handicrafts, dried nuts and foods, tractor and automobile manufacturing, and home appliances are showcasing their latest achievements in the 4-day event.

 Iran has carried out several projects in Venezuela including car and tractor manufacturing units, 13 dairy factories, and cement production units.

 In January, the Iranian Ministry of Industries and Mines announced that 70 projects, mostly run by private sector companies, were being implemented in Venezuela.

 The projects are mostly in the areas of automobile and tractor manufacturing and the construction of cement and dairy factories.

Chavez pledged that Venezuela would “stay by Iran at any time and under any condition”. Ahmadinejad called Chavez a kindred spirit. “I feel I have met a brother and trench mate after meeting Chavez.” Chavez said he “admired the Iranian president for ‘his wisdom and strength'”, saying, “We are with you and with Iran forever. As long as we remain united we will be able to defeat (U.S.) imperialism, but if we are divided they will push us aside.”

Hezbollah also has ties with Venezuela and has demonstrated a keen interest in extending its activities to other parts of Latin America. As of the early 1990s, Hezbollah had established a presence in the tri-border area between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. This lawless zone enables the Khomeinist network to develop illegal financial activities and train and plan for terrorist attacks in the region. The 1992 bombing of the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires and the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center there are prime examples of Tehran’s terrorist activities and global reach.

Al Jazeera’s Dima Khatib, reports that Chavez was the first head of state to harshly condemn Israel over the Israeli-Lebanon conflict, even before any Arab or Muslim country. His decision to withdraw his charge d’affaires from Tel Aviv has created a following in the Arab world so dedicated that “many [Arabs] declare they are ‘ready to die for’ Chavez.” Khatib says that “The sure thing is that in the mind of millions of Arabs, Chavez is now in the same league as Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, and other ‘heroic’ Arab figures.”

Ahmadinejad called the octopus and accused him!

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on July 28, 2010

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that talks with the major powers over Iran’s disputed nuclear program will start in early September regardless of the conditions he set earlier last month.

“Any response they give us would not matter. We prefer their response to be constructive, but if their response is not constructive, we would follow negotiations accordingly,” he said.

Ahmadinejad also added he wanted the presence of other countries outside the U.N. Security Council and Germany at the negotiations, a possible reference to Turkey and Brazil who came up with their own nuclear compromise with Iran earlier.

 “The Westerners know that they cannot force Iran to withdraw,” Ahmadinejad said.

Ahmadinejad called the octopus a symbol of Western decadence also and accused him of spreading “western propaganda and superstition.”

Paul was mentioned by Mr. Ahmadinejad on a number of occasions during a speech in Tehran at the weekend. Paul recently became an international celebrity after correctly predicting the outcome of all German World Cup matches.

The Iranian President said: “Those who believe in this type of thing cannot be the leaders of the global nations that aspire, like Iran, to human perfection, basing themselves in the love of all sacred values.”

One of his first acts of office as President was to dedicate approximately $20 million to the restoration and improvement of the mosque at Jamkaran, where the Mahdi is claimed to dwell.

The Brazilian Conspiracy

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on April 16, 2010

Brazil began its nuclear science activities in the 1930s and mounted an active nuclear weapons research program that lasted through two decades of successive military dictatorships from the mid-160s to mid-1980s.

The program was abandoned after restoration of democracy in the late 1980s, but much of Brazil’s technical expertise and infrastructure remained intact throughout.

The Brazilian authorities, at first, did not allow the inspection of the centrifugal machines, arguing that this would reveal technological secrets (probably relating to the use of electromagnetic levitation instead of fragile and unreliable bearings to allow the rotor to spin in place).

The Brazilian authorities said that, as Brazil is not part of any axis of evil, the pressure for full access to inspection – even in universities – could be construed as an attempt to pirate industrial secrets. They also claimed that their technology is better than that of the USA and France, mainly because the centrifugal axis is not mechanical, but electromagnetic. Eventually, after extensive negotiations, agreement was reached that while not directly inspecting the centrifuges, the IAEA would inspect the composition of the gas entering and leaving the centrifuge. US Secretary of State, Colin Powell, stated in 2004 that he was “sure” that Brazil had no plans to develop nuclear weapons.

Uranium is enriched at the Resende Nuclear Fuel Factory to fuel the country’s energy demands and plans are underway to build the country’s first nuclear submarine.

At September, 2009 Brazilian Vice President Jose Alencar says he favors Brazil developing nuclear weapons as a deterrent against any foreign aggressor’s attempt to capture its offshore oil fields — but also to win international respectability.

“Nuclear weapons as an instrument of deterrence are of great importance for a country that has 15,000 kilometers (9,000 miles) of border,” Alencar told Brazilian news media.

Nuclear weapons would also act as a deterrent to ensure security of Brazil’s newly discovered vast offshore oil deposits and give the country greater respectability on the international stage, Alencar said.

He cited the example of Pakistan, which he termed a poor nation with “a seat in various international entities, precisely for having an atomic bomb.”

A book published last year in Brazil on “The Physics of Nuclear Explosives” prompted concerns at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that it revealed classified nuclear weapons design information and that it might signify a renewed interest by Brazil in developing such weapons.  The U.S. Government also requested further details on the matter, the Brazilian press reported.

According to the Jornal do Brasil, which first disclosed the controversy on September 6, the IAEA “wanted the book to be recalled” and demanded more information on the author’s work.  The government of Brazil refused to censor the book and rejected what it described as IAEA interference.

“The Physics of Nuclear Explosives” (“A Física dos Explosivos Nucleares”) by Dalton E.G. Barroso provides a rather comprehensive account of the physical principles involved in nuclear detonations, including both fission and fusion weapons.

“Brazil is following a path very similar to Iran, but Iran is getting all the attention,” said Marshall Eakin, a Brazil expert at Vanderbilt University. “In effect, Brazil is benefiting from Iran’s problems.”