Tuesday, May 17, 2011

While Rome Could Burn, Obama Picks Up The Fiddle

In a turn of events, we find out that Iran is building missile sites in Venezuela. That's right, the country in South America. Sound familiar? We've been here before, in 1962.

From The Jerusalem Post:

Iran is building intermediate- range missile launch pads on the Paraguaná Peninsula, and engineers from a construction firm – Khatam al-Anbia – owned by the Revolutionary Guards visited Paraguaná in February. Amir al-Hadschisadeh, the head of the Guard’s Air Force, participated in the visit, according to the report. Die Welt cited information from “Western security insiders.”
The rocket bases are to include measures to prevent air attacks on Venezuela as well as commando and control stations. 
The Iranian military involvement in the project extends to bunker, barracks and watch tower construction. Twenty-meter deep rocket silos are planned. The cost of the Venezuelan military project is being paid for with Iranian oil revenue. The Iranians paid in cash for the preliminary phase of the project and, the total cost is expected to amount to “dozens of millions” of dollars, Die Welt wrote. 
The Paraguaná Peninsula is on the coast of Venezuela and is roughly 120 kilometers from America’s main South American partner, Columbia. 
According to Die Welt, the clandestine agreement between Venezuela and Iran would mean the Chavez government would fire rocket at Iran’s enemies should the Islamic Republic face military strikes.
You have to wonder what Obama is doing? Basking in the afterglow of the Seals capping Osama while lighting up a Kool? Or is he planning another vacation to play golf for two weeks? This is very shocking news.  Of course it is nothing new. Obama has been fiddling while all sorts of nations have been pissing on the Monroe Doctrine. The Obama Doctrine is to turn the United States into a urinal for the rest of the world. So far he's succeeding.

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