Nuclear Iran & Nuclear 9/11: Can You Smell the Hypocrisy?
Sun Oct 1, 2006 23:01

Text of fax broadcast:
NEW YORK, NEW YORK * 1 OCTOBER 2006 Citizen of the USA Stephen M. St. John addresses the international community in Washington and here in New York City, all members of the US Congress as well as other organizations and individuals, public and private, and expresses his regret over this weekend's legislation placing sanctions on nations supporting Iran's peaceful nuclear power program and its ability to defend itself against military aggression. Citizen St. John notes that Iran's long history of peaceful coexistence with other nations is in sharp contrast to the norms of aggression and oppression exhibited by the UK, the USA and the Zionist state, and finds it ironic that this legal formula for sanctions is but a prelude to an impending attack on Iran. Citizen St. John also notes that a truly democratic and integrated state of Jerusalem, with one citizenship for all, as called for in his Eight Part Peace Proposal for Greater Jerusalem ( ), will transform the obnoxious Zionist state and thereby save President Ahmadinejad the trouble of executing on his alleged hyperbole with the very best of real American values and thinking. Citizen St. John speaks his peace, but only hears the Zionists beating the drums for unnecessary war with Iran, just as they did for Iraq, which Senator Hollings and Patrick Buchanan rightly pointed out. Citizen St. John deplores the accusations of deceit leveled at Iran and recalls the inability of the USA to show the Taliban or even its own citizens proof that Osama bin Laden and his men pulled off the attacks of 9/11, or to show the "slamdunk" evidence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, or even now to show any proof of Iranian intention or action to produce nuclear weapons. Citizen St. John points to evidence of nuclear explosions to help bring down WTC buildings 1, 2 and 7 (   by Edward Ward, MD), which he finds deeply troubling and more deserving of scrutiny than Iran.


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