Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Student protests Continue in Montreal, Quebec Grand Prix Ignores Police Brutality From Bahrain to Canada And Israel & USA Pushing For War With Iran

Published on 10 Jun 2012 by Saleenrulz Students protesting on St.Catherines

Grand Prix organizers and attendees support the draconian government measures and brutal crackdown in Bahrain and In Quebec ,Canada. Protests widen occurring in other Canadian citizens ie Calgary and Vancouver etc. Sports events trump protests and civil rights of ordinary citizens

 Maple Spring Continues as 1%'s Grand Prix Comes to Montreal: Joshua Blakeney on Press TV Published on 9 Jun 2012 by Globalization1492 Joshua Blakeney analyzes the response of protesters to the elitist Montreal Grand Prix. Interview conducted on June 9, 2012.


Imam Khamenei(HA)'s Ruling On Nuclear Weapons And Weapons Of Mass Destruction.flv

Meanwhile Israel's PM Netanyahu still wants to Attack Iran even if there is no proof Iran is planning to build nuclear weapons.
But since Israel has some 200 to 300 nukes ready to be launched isn't Israel therefore a major threat to its neighbours. And now the Israelis are getting submarines from Germany which will be made nuclear missile ready so Israel can take out any whom they believe to be their enemy not just in the Middle East and Northern Africa but also South America Central America China ,Russia Japan, India and so forth.

Israeli PM: Iran nuclear aims must end
Published on 5 Mar 2012 by AlJazeeraEnglish
Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu has warned his country has the right to defend iteself against Iran.

Invincible Me: Israel drums up for Iran strike

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 20 Feb 2012
The US and Britain have warned Israel not to attack Iran's nuclear facilities, urging diplomacy instead. Tehran, currently being visited by UN inspectors, denies accusations it's developing atomic weapons, saying its programme is peaceful. But as RT's Irina Galushko reports from Tel Aviv, Israel could now be on an unstoppable path to a military strike.

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'If Israel bombs Iran, Arab states will support Tehran'

USA Favours Regime Change in Iran.
Using sanctions and threats to Iran or any nation trading with Iran.
The result is an economic blockade of Iran which under international law is an act of war.
US hypocrisy as it criticizes Iran for possibly building nuclear weapons while Israel has some 200-300 Nuclear Weapons.

Meanwhile China and Russia defend Iran's Non-military development of Nuclear capabilities.
But as we have seen in the past that Israel has a habit of bombing other sovereign nations based upon questionable intel on these countries developing Nuclear Weapons or WMDs.

The US lied about Iraq claiming the smoking gun would be a mushroom cloud even though the Bush administration and its military and security apparatus knew Iraq did not have Nuclear Weapons or WMDs.
It seems odd that the USA said nothing and helped to cover up Saddam's use of WMDs on the Iranian army and civilians and on the Kurds in Iraq. At that time surprisingly after these gas attacks on Iranian troops and civilians the Mullahs along with Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued a fatwa against the use of WMDs, gas or nuclear weapons during the brutal war with Iraq. It was after all Iraq that initiated the war and continued the war due to pressure from the USA and other Western powers who hoped Saddam would triumph in fact Iraq lost the war forced into peace negotiations with Iran.

'Russia, China back Iran nuclear rights'

Published on 7 Jun 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews
Moscow has issued a statement supporting Tehran's right to the peaceful use of nuclear energy, and will shore up its efforts to ensure the international recognition of Iran's right. Foreign policy advisor Yuri Ushakov noted that the issue will also be discussed during a Thursday meeting of Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Beijing.

Press TV has conducted an interview with Christopher Walker, political analyst from London, to further discuss the issue.

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