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Despite Britain’s appeasement and surrender, Iran is fanning the flames of war. Hungry for victory and domination of the Middle East. No worries  the government of Britain is going to apologize to the mullahs. …….UNFATHOMABLE.

Iranian Mob Attacks UK Embassy LGF

Rocks and firecrackers have been
thrown at the British embassy in Tehran as the row over 15 captured
sailors and marines escalates.

Witnesses said there had been several small blasts and smoke could be seen rising in the compound.

Demonstrators called for the expulsion of the UK ambassador and the closure of the embassy, calling it a “den of spies”.

Around 200 people massed outside, chanting “death to Britain” and “death to America”.

Sky Foreign Affairs Editor Tim Marshall said the demonstration would
have been sanctioned by Iranian officials. He added: “This is a
warning. In the last protest there were around 10 people, around 200
this time and next time it could be thousands.”

Bush to Iran: ‘Give back the hostages’

This is war folks. Whether the dhimmicrats or the rest of the West pulls its head out of its ass or not. This is war. The people of Iran must get the message NOW that they take back their country or we’ll have it take it back for them. You can not keep moving the line in the sand. You’ll wind up dead in the ocean.

I can’t turn off the computer for a minute. Here I am on a flight bound for South Florida when this really sick, bloated old man who could barely make it onto the plane got sick (SHOCKA!) When I saw this fella barely being able to walk down the corridor onto the flight I said, that guy should not be flying.

So we are diverted to Kansas City,  sitting on the ground waiting on the medics. I turned on my  machine and got this news story. Very bad. Very bad indeed. Churchill is having a grand mal seizure in his grave.

Must read commentary by Irish Cicero over at the MNM, Maverick News Media:  Mauro, MacGregor & Harrari

UPDATE: I am still stuck on the tarmac in Kansas City and I caught this over at Powerline.
I am with Steyn on this (and every other one come to think of it.)

Outrageous, demented or both?

Mark Steyn’s column
on the Iranian seizure of 15 British hostages is unusually downbeat.
Among other things, Mark decries the rules of engagement under which
the forces were apparently operating:

Patrolling the
Shatt al-Arab at a time of war, the Royal Navy operates under rules of
engagement designed by distant fainthearts with an eye to the polite
fictions of "international law": If you’re in a "warship," you can’t
wage war. If you’re in a "destroyer," don’t destroy anything. If you’re
in a "frigate," you’re frigging done for.

On a related note, William Shawcross writes to ask if we have seen "these extraordinary statements
from Zbigniew Brzezinski on Iraq, Iran and Vietnam. He asks:
"Outrageous, or demented?" I would guess that Mr. Shawcross is
referring in particular to this passage from the article: Read on

UPDATE: Check out the dhimmis press: CNN, the Crescent News Network. What would Jack Cafferty call them, honored guests? This is the CNN Headline. Think about  that.

Bush calls British sailors ‘hostages’ in Iran

U.S. President George W. Bush has called Iran’s detention of 15
British sailors and marines "inexcusable behavior" and called for their release,
referring to them as "hostages."

Look at the quotes. Pathetic


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