US (Fucked-up) Foreign Policy and I ¡Ay, caramba!
Mr President (honorable) Barack Hussein Obama, Sir! Ten Hut
This my own way of praising your excellent foreign policy, overall and particularly, as related to Iran.
Just don't go sending bunch of Navy Seals thugs to assassinate me dead and disposed my cadaver, naturally, with Hindu Brahmin death rituals, woth Brahmin priest singing some stupis Sanskrit Mantras.
Humor aside. Vulgarity aside, Idiotic notions aside. I am telling the truth.
Obama is right. Iran problem, perhaps, what is portrayed by the prime minister (honorable) Binyamin Netanyahi and GOP (stupid) war mongering dingo dogs is, essentially, a emotional problem. Not (world) political, nor military and never, ever, spiritual problem.
I am the first to admit them Ayatollah, Maulavis, of Iran, Iraq and Pakistan are lunatics. They (always) misinterpreted the word, "Jehad, sometimes Jihad"
Hindus do the same mistake. Hindutva or whatever idiotic notions of the very soul of Hinduism, losely translated as Indian-ness is not what, apparently it is.
The very term Hindu, Hindu religion and Hindustan/Hindusthan, a Sanskitized version of Persian word is due to the lisp.
The sound o letter "S" संस्कृत संभाषण सद्धर्म सदाचार सद्वर्तन सद्भाव सदाशिव सखाराम सुं समझा
become: ह्म्ह्कृत ह्म्भाह्ह्न ह्द्धर्म ह्दाचार ह्द्वर्तन ह्द्भाव ह्दाशिव ह्काराम हूं हमझा
These typical words in Sanskrit, Marathi get pretty funny sounding with "S" turning "H" sound.
Hindutva Poster-Boy, Narendra Modi ought to know. He would probably saying it right now:
हूं हमझा? Do you know what I am saying?
I don't know if it was them rascal Amdavadis speak that way or idiot Badoda, Oops, Vadodarawallas. Fer shur, I go, My bookkeepr used to say it ten time a minute after trying to say something ridiculous to expain (away) calloued hands.
That stupid Lakhhabhai, (not his real name) was one of those Borivli, a Bombay suburb full of Gujju rats and rodents.
"ame bhajan gaye chhe." Gujarati for "We sing songs to ray (Hindu) gods."
No idiot Gujju rat, no हूं हमझा! Says, MOI.
What has singing praise of (Hindu) god to do with your base of an open palm?
He was te accompanist of bunch of stupid Gujju rats occupying a small corner of a large local (Fast) train of Western Railwway.
These small groups, not all Gujaratis, either. Some Gatis, slang for Marathi (speaking) person or persons, wold occupy that small space. Nail a poster or a small frame of (Hindu) god, perhaps a saint, duly decorated with thick garland or garlands with burning incense stik or sticks and religiously (I admit) sing, not necessarily in Gujarati, perhaps, in Hindi, Marathi, Telugu to. A real brotherhood thingy.
The calloused palms were due to Lakhharam beating the hell of the compartment walls. So that the song gets a spiritual as well as physical flavor.
Bunch of lunatic Hindu motherfuckers, I say.
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U.S. Faces a Tricky Task in Assessment of Data on Iran
Shahram Amiri, center, an Iranian scientist who claimed he had been abducted by the C.I.A., upon his return to Tehran in 2010.
By JAMES RISEN
Published: March 17, 2012
WASHINGTON — While American spy agencies have believed that the Iranians halted efforts to build a nuclear bomb back in 2003, the difficulty in assessing the government’s ambitions was evident two years ago, when what appeared to be alarming new intelligence emerged, according to current and former United States officials.
DigitalGlobe - Institute for Science and International Security, via Associated Press
The military complex at Parchin, Iran, southeast of Tehran, in a 2004 satellite image.
Intercepted communications of Iranian officials discussing their nuclear program raised concerns that the country’s leaders had decided to revive efforts to develop a weapon, intelligence officials said.
That, along with a stream of other information, set off an intensive review and delayed publication of the 2010 National Intelligence Estimate, a classified report reflecting the consensus of analysts from 16 agencies. But in the end, they deemed the intercepts and other evidence unpersuasive, and they stuck to their longstanding conclusion.
The intelligence crisis that erupted in 2010, which has not been previously disclosed, only underscores how central that assessment has become to matters of war and peace.
Today, as suspicions about Iran’s nuclear ambitions have provoked tough sanctions and threats of military confrontation, top administration officials have said that Iran still has not decided to pursue a weapon, reflecting the intelligence community’s secret analysis. But if that assessment changes, it could lift a brake set by President Obama, who has not ruled out military options as a last resort to prevent Iran gaining nuclear arms.
Publicly and privately, American intelligence officials express confidence in the spy agencies’ assertions. Still, some acknowledge significant intelligence gaps in understanding the intentions of Iran’s leaders and whether they would approve the crucial steps toward engineering a bomb, the most covert aspect of one of the most difficult intelligence collection targets in the world.
Much of what analysts sift through are shards of information that are ambiguous or incomplete, sometimes not up to date, and that typically offer more insight about what the Iranians are not doing than evidence of what they are up to.
As a result, officials caution that they cannot offer certainty. “I’d say that I have about 75 percent confidence in the assessment that they haven’t restarted the program,” said one former senior intelligence official.
Another former intelligence official said: “Iran is the hardest intelligence target there is. It is harder by far than North Korea.
“In large part, that’s because their system is so confusing,” he said, which “has the effect of making it difficult to determine who speaks authoritatively on what.”
And, he added, “We’re not on the ground, and not having our people on the ground to catch nuance is a problem.”
Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful civilian purposes, but American intelligence agencies and the International Atomic Energy Agency have picked up evidence in recent years that some Iranian research activities that may be weapons-related have continued since 2003, officials said. That information has not been significant enough for the spy agencies to alter their view that the weapons program has not been restarted.
Mossad, Israel’s intelligence service, agrees with the American intelligence assessments, even while Israeli political leaders have been pushing for quick, aggressive action to block Iran from becoming what they describe as an existential threat to the Jewish state.
“Their people ask very hard questions, but Mossad does not disagree with the U.S. on the weapons program,” said one former senior American intelligence official, who, like others for this article, would speak only on the condition of anonymity about classified information. “There is not a lot of dispute between the U.S. and Israeli intelligence communities on the facts.”
In trying to evaluate the potential perils of Iran’s nuclear program, the United States’ spy agencies have spent years trying to track its efforts to enrich uranium and develop missile technology, and watching for any move toward weaponization — designing and building a bomb.
A version of this article appeared in print on March 18, 2012, on page A1 of the New York edition with the headline: U.S. Assessment Of Iranian Risks Took Tricky Path.
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