Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Death Wish 5

<--Jewish defense Force female sniper Back in the good old days, I always enjoyed watching one of my many favorite 'tough guy' actors, the late Charles Bronson in his famous 'Death Wish' movie and its many subsequent sequels. The simple storyline goes like this: some bad guys with a death wish do some bad things and then an avenging vigilante, played by Charles Bronson, courageously gets rid of them all once and for all. The sequels had the avenging angel getting rid of more and more bad dudes....

It looks like we have a new sequel called "Death Wish 5" starring the Persians as the bad dudes with the death wish of course, in their self-suicidal confrontation with the free world. Their abominable evil deeds are aplenty: they have clandestinely aided those who sowed death and destruction in a free Afghanistan and Iraq. They have also been held accountable in an American court of law in the terrorist bombing of the legitimate UN-sanctioned peace-keeping American military base in Lebanon, resulting in numerous deaths.

If these Iranian fanatics are so bold as to set a deadline, does it mean they truly have a major surprise in store for everyone? What do they intend to do? Just a usual big rally with banners, hysterical screaming and shouting and the all too familiar flag-burning.... or will they perform an unlikely magical Houdini act (Perhaps, just perhaps, the evil diabolical hydra network has succeeded in smuggling the necessary nuclear components out of Pakistan or North Korea into their fanatic country) and unveil the mother of all bombs? Will the nation of Israel and its people which fears annihilation be expected to sit and wait ....

Well, my visiting blog buddies, the oil-rich Malaysian government has assured its citizens the price of petrol will not go up this year, even if the world market price shoots up to US100 a barrel.... I hope the promise will be kept.

Here is the latest news from Iran's official Iranian News Agency:

Zionist regime's allies to receive response on World Qods Day

Tehran, Sept 19, IRNA

Supporters of the Zionist regime will receive their response during the world Qods Day's rallies, government spokesman, Gholam-Hossein Elham, said Wednesday.

The spokesman made the remarks during his weekly press conference while commenting on the current visit to the occupied Palestine of the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

Qods Day is held each year on the last Friday of Muslims fasting month of Ramadan after it was nominated by the late Founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, as a day to voice the protest of the Islamic Ummah against the Zionists.

The day falls on October 12 this year.

"The US loses all opportunities to cooperate with regional and other world states by trying to support a regime (the Zionist regime) which is now at its weakest political and social position," Elham said.

He warned that Washington's insistence on its wrong policies and arrogant approaches would have no result "but further political disgrace" for itself.

Referring to the approaching World Qods Day, the spokesman stressed, "Supporters of the Zionist regime will definitely receive the final response for their support on that day."

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