Sunday, November 13, 2005

Could Iran be Selling Nuclear Bombs to Cuba

What would these two countries have for each other except the hate of a mutual enemy. Cuba has already proven it's willingness to point Nukes at us in the past. Could Castro be planing to Nuke Miami before he dies. Think about the advantages for Iran we get nuked and they don't get blamed.

Iran, Cuba review expansion of mutual relations, int'l developments Tehran, Nov 13, IRNA

Visiting Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque conferred here Sunday with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on expansion of mutual relations between the two countries.

Underlining the deeply-rooted ties between the two nations, Ahmadinejad said, "We hope that given new wave of revolutionary moves inspired by freedom-seeking as well as justice-seeking spirit of world nations along with the intellectuals of some South American countries, we will witness further coordination and convergence in rescuing the countries from hegemonic powers in those region."
According to the Press Bureau of the Presidential office, the president referred to administration of justice as among the only solution to alleviate humans sufferings and said through joint cooperation and taking advantage of the vast potentials of the international fora and the Non-Aligned Movement in particular as well as expansion of cooperation among member states, it would be possible to swiftly change the current hegemonic system to the benefit of nations around the world.

Appreciating the revolutionary and modern stance adopted by Cuba on Iran's peaceful application of nuclear technology, he called the country to continue negotiations to encourage other South American countries to vote in favor of Iran's peaceful nuclear activities.

Ahmadinejad called for further expansion of political, economic, cultural and social relations between Iran and Cuba.

The Cuban foreign minister, for his part, declared his country's definite support of Iran's international policies mainly on peaceful application of nuclear technology and called for expansion of all-out relations between Tehran and Havana.

Iran's defense of her legitimate rights in taking advantage of nuclear technology in fact is regarded as defending the rights of all countries who seek peaceful application of such energy in the future, he concluded.

Or they could send a nuke from Cuba to our other buddy Chavez hell just drive one to Miami in a Cuban Car/Boat


  1. If Cuba ever got their hands on a Nuke courtesy of Iran, that would give Bush a justified reason to take Military action against Cuba and Iran ;)

  2. not in the eyes of Teddy Kennedy