ElBaradei is Anti-U.S. and Anti-Israel, But is Pro Democratic for Egypt!

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adei is Anti-U.S. and Anti-Israel

But loves the Democracy we Enjoy

February 1, 2011

During his tenure as Director General of the United Nations IAEA, Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei repeatedly expressed dissatisfaction of U.S. and Israeli policies in dealing with the Iranian development of a nuclear bomb.

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I never felt it was reasonable for the UN to appoint a Muslim head over the inspections of a Muslim nuclear facility. It seemed to me that his massaged final reports showed favoritism toward Iran.

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However, in what you just read, and in the Archive Blogs which follow, I now like the man because, like h is Father, he

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loves the Egyptians, and I can certainly understand his tendency to favor his own belief and his fellow countrymen. After I wrote the Blogs which follow, and got a better understanding of him, I changed my mind about him, and would now like for him to be Egypt’s next President.

But, like his Father, he is a compassionate man, and if he is the next President, the Muslim Brotherhood will turn on him when the Assyrian drives south into Israel, and Egypt will fall. The Muslim Brotherhood hates secular Democracy. I believe ElBaradei loves it!

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Please consider the following Archive Blogs from 2008

Begin Excerpt Archive June 25, 2008 Blog

Everything fitting a 2010 to 2015 war Window!

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Over the last Year All the War preparations Estimates

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I continue to estimate final war will begin between 2010 & 2015!

June 25, 2008


ElBaradei – Iran’s Little HELPER!

The Wonderful Islamic Wizard of “UN”

Would like to see Iran blow Israel into Kansas

I do hope he’ll be home in Egypt as Syria roars South

When the Assyrian Antichrist opens wide a Devouring Mouth

Daniel 11:42,43 – He shall stretch forth his hand also upon the countries: and the land of Egypt shall not escape.

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[43] But he shall have power over the treasures of gold and of silver, and over all the precious things of Egypt: and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps.

Daniel 7:25 – And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

Begin Excerpt from Middle East Media Review Institute (MEMRI)

June 23, 2008

No. 1967

IAEA Chief ElBaradei: Iran Can Produce Enough Enriched Uranium for a Nuclear Bomb in Six Months to a Year

The following are excerpts from an interview with IAEA director-general Mohamed ElBaradei. The interview aired on Al-Arabiya TV on June 20, 2008.

“A Military Strike [Against Iran] Would Be the Worst Thing Possible”

“In my view, a military strike would be the worst thing possible. It would turn the Middle East into a ball of fire.”

Interviewer: “It would be worse than sanctions?”

ElBaradei: “Much worse, because a military strike would mean, first and foremost, that even if Iran does not produce nuclear weapons today, it would implement a so-called ‘crash course,’ or an accelerated plan to produce a nuclear weapon, with the agreement and blessing of all the Iranians – even the Iranians living in the West.”


Interviewer: “Dr. ElBaradei, what do the Iranian officials tell you when you confront them about the need for more transparency?”

ElBaradei: “They say there will be more transparency, but at the end of the day, I’d rather wait to see this transparency.


“I always think of resigning in the event of a military strike.”

Interviewer: “You will resign in the event that…”

ElBaradei: “If military force is used, I would conclude that there is no mechanism left for me to defend.”

Interviewer: “This is a threat directed at the Americans – if you strike, I will resign.”

ElBaradei: “I am not doing this for material profit. If I was working in the private sector, I would… I am doing this out of the conviction that I am defending shared values. If we deviate from these shared values…”

Interviewer: “So there is no justification for an attack…”

“There Will Be No Point in My Continuing My Work If Military Force Is Used”

ElBaradei: “The day I believe that the international system has begun to collapse is the day I will resign.”


Interviewer: “If the world reaches a consensus that there is no solution but to attack Iran, would you still resign

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? What if Europe, America, and the entire West agree that the only resolution is a military one?”

ElBaradei: “I don’t think that what we are seeing today in Iran poses a clear, imminent, and immediate danger.”

Interviewer: “But in a year or two, it could become…”

ElBaradei: “If this happens, it will be a different story, but if a military strike is launched against Iran now, in my opinion, I will have no choice but to…”

Interviewer: “So there is no justification for a strike against Iran today.”

ElBaradei: “None whatsoever. There will be no point in my continuing my work if military force is used at present.”

End MEMRI Excerpt

As ElBaradei leaves Padlock his Office Door,

Providing a One-Way Ticket to Iran as he Leaves!

Begin DEBKAfile Article

Exclusive: Uproar, military alerts, oil price surge over apparent Israeli air drill for Iran attack

June 21, 2008, 1:12 AM (GMT+02:00)

DEBKAfile’s military sources report that an oil price surge of 5 percent to $135.92 was triggered by the report leaked by US government officials of an Israeli air force drill over Greece for an apparent strike against Iran, Friday, June 20.

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Ayatollah Ali Khamenei ordered a war alert in the Revolutionary Guards and armed forces, with the Israeli and US Gulf forces following suit.

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Tehran made no immediate comment, while Iranian leaders were reported puzzled by the Bush administration’s motives in leaking the report to the New York Times.

The most extreme reaction came from the UN nuclear watchdog’s director Mohamad ElBaradei, who threatened to resign if there was a military strike on Iran, warning such an attack would turn the region into a “fireball.”

“A military strike would be worse than anything possible,” he warned. “..it will mean that Iran, if it is not already making nuclear weapons, will launch a crash course to build them…”

Russian foreign minister Sergei Ivanov maintained that neither Israel nor the United States had produced proof that Iran was developing nuclear weapons and said the issue must be dealt with by diplomacy and talks with Tehran.

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The American UN ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad agreed.

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While stating the view that Iran’s acquisition of nuclear weapons would be “unacceptable,” he stressed:

“We’re in the phase of diplomacy; we want a diplomatic settlement of this issue.

The ball is frankly in Iran’s court.”

DEBKAfile’s political sources comment that if a reported air maneuver simulating an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities raised so much international, financial and military dust, how much more extreme would the world response be to a real attack.

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The Greek Air force confirmed its participation in the Israeli military exercise held three weeks ago, but did not confirm the claim by Washington officials that it was a rehearsal for a potential attack on Iran. The Greek source stated no ground targets were involved as the drill was mainly aimed at personnel training. It w as the first l

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arge-scale exercise between Israel and the air force of Greece, a member of NATO.

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UP to 40 Israeli Air force F-15 and F-16 warplanes were based at the Greek Air Force Station at Souda on the southern Mediterranean island of Crete for the duration of the exercise, said the source.

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