Thursday, November 16, 2006

U.S. may mull pre-emptive Iran strike, and put us in harms way once again

According to Reuters, the United States or other countries will one day be forced to consider pre-emptive action if Iran and North Korea continue to seek nuclear weapons, a senior U.S. government official said on Tuesday.

WEll, I can tell you that if this happens, I am getting out of this country. Wait! We might not be able to leave, remember: When the Department of Homeland Security system comes into effect next January, your U.S. Passport won't matter, if the agency says "no" to a clearance request, or doesn't answer the request at all, you won't be permitted to enter-or leave-the United States. Yay!

But thanks to covert government actions, many citizens don't know this is about to happen.


Anonymous said...

If you can't get clearance to leave, you're in the same position as people fleeing the USSR. You have to seek asylum.

Also: Apparently Bush and Israel want a nuclear war. Israel has already used nukes on Lebanon:

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