RULE the World

On January 5, 2005, Ahmadinejad said, "We must believe in the fact that Islam is not confined to geographical borders, ethnic groups and nations. It's a universal ideology that leads the world to justice. We don't shy away from declaring that Islam is ready to rule the world. We must prepare ourselves to rule the world."

Iran, a nation that feverishly works toward nuclear capability, has plans for you. Warms ya' heart doan it?

Concurrent wif' the recent NATO and G-7 meetin's, I'se read a heap of ink that say the USA dominance is over, decline is inevitable an' good riddance. Some even swoon to learn about China's semi-secret submarine base (Well, NOT India of course).

Okay, world. Let's see how ya' likes the other guys.

Ya''ll knows they ain't never been a time when power din't seek to rule. The only real question we need to answer is whose rule and what kind of rule can we live wif'?


The Troll said...

I t'aint worried about Iran's nutjob pseudo-president. Truth be told, he's not even a major player IN Iran. He's a minority within a minority when it comes to the cult of islam. Nobody, least of all majority sunnis are gonna follow him. Even the iranian supreme mullahs, technically fellow shias, are getting tired of his act.

We can thank the Risen Son of the Living God for keeping them confuzzled and divided.

If they ever DID unite, we'd have to go nuclear, and darned quick.

she said...

the trojan horse of 'mercia is more worrisome. but fiddle dee dee aunty! whats that when we can erase our guilt with one stupid symbolic act!

Aunty Belle said...

Yep Troll--like Gideon an' them Midianites...confuseled.

Well, now SHE -Pup, I'se worriet that youse right. I mean to worry about our own trojan.

Back to Gideon, "The Children of Israel did evil in the sight of the Lord, and He delivered them into the hand of the Midianites for seven years...."

We'uns been courtin' evil, that we know--check it out in Judges--ya knows Judges, cause of your Deborah paintin', right?

Anonymous said...

An American sniper has been sent home from Iraq for using a copy of the Koran for target practice at a shooting range near Baghdad, the US military says.
The Muslim holy book was found riddled with bullet holes last week by Iraqi police, who also discovered offensive graffiti inside its cover.
A US military spokesman said the soldier had been removed from his unit, sent home, and would be disciplined.
He was unnamed, but was reportedly a staff sergeant in a sniper section.
US military spokesman Colonel Bill Buckner said the incident was "both serious and deeply troubling", but stressed it was an "isolated incident and a result of one soldier's actions".
The US army's commander in Baghdad, Major-General Jeffery Hammond, made a personal apology to local Sunni Arab leaders in Radwaniya, CNN reported.
On arrival, he was met by hundreds of protesting tribesmen.
"In the most humble manner, I look into your eyes today and I say, please forgive me and my soldiers," Gen Hammond said, according to CNN.
The military presented the elders with a new copy of the Koran.
An Iraqi community leader said Sunni Arab tribal units who fought alongside US forces had threatened to quit, but that the US apology had assuaged their anger.
"I was feeling bitterness, but as long as they apologised we are okay with them. Our anger has cooled," Saeed al-Zubaie told Reuters.