Why the demonstrative fraud insulting the intelligence of the electorate? Why the beating up of elderly women and young students in Tehran demanding to know what has become of their vote? And why brutal repression of dissent in front of the entire foreign press corps? Is this regime on the verge of collapse? Or perhaps what is happening, isn’t a loss of control, but the groundwork to assert much more control?]]>
Change means apologizing to the Iranian nation and working to redress their black dossier and the past crimes perpetrated against the Iranian nation” [source]
What Ahmadinejad doesn’t realize is that the arrival of a moderate voice (with a muslim background) will pose a greather threat than Bush. What can the government get the Persian civilian population to rally against next? Good luck Mullah’s.]]>
Are the mullahs cowards? Are they worried the same will happen to them as with Hamas? Or is their reluctance to escalate matters related to Mr. Obama?
The geopolitical intelligence site, Stratfor has pointed out that,
Iran is working on consolidating its gains in Iraq, and the leadership in Tehran appears to be under the impression that the incoming U.S. administration will be more open to negotiations on key issues such as the future status of U.S. forces in Iraq, the makeup of the Iraqi security and intelligence establishment, recognition of Iran’s sphere of influence in the region, Iran’s nuclear program and prospects for foreign investment in its depressed economy.
“Kargozaran has been banned over a media offence and the case has been referred to the court,” Mohammad Parvizi, who is in charge of domestic media at the culture ministry, told IRNA.
He said the ban was ordered over “a piece yesterday which justifies the Zionist regime’s crimes against humanity in Gaza and portrays the Palestinian resistance as terrorists who cause the deaths of children and civilians by taking up position in kindergartens and hospitals.” [source]
Kargozaran was started by Iranian students. The Iranian Students movement is the last refuge of relatively free thinking left under the dictatorship of the mullahs in the facists Islamic Republic.]]>
I like what Spectator’s Coffee House blog had to say:
Channel 4’s decision to invite Ahmadinejad to present the alternative message also, I think, demonstrates how few people have grasped who he really is. The people at Channel 4 must still see him as a bit of a laugh, someone who succeeds in annoying the Bush administration and the Israelis, rather than as who he really is: a man who has ordered the death of British troops, is keen to wipe Israel off the map and who supports the hanging of homosexuals and the oppression of women. Let us hope that in we wake up to who he and the Iranian regime really are in time to rally the political and diplomatic will necessary to stop Iran from going nuclear.
On July 9, 2008 US Secretary of State Robert Gates said: “Based on what I know, it’s highly unlikely that those air defense missiles would be in Iranian hands any time soon.” Clearly, Gates was misinformed and his intelligence wrong, since five months on, those missiles are on their way to Iran.
Before you jump to conclusions, do not forget that the the US does not need to shove B2, B1, B52 planes anywhere near Iran. ICBM’s using current HE packages are a safe and easy solution for taking out Iran’s nuclear sites.
Watch a video of the S-400 in action
“While expressing sympathy with Palestinians and warning professional Zionist criminals, I declare that the Zionist regime has reached the end of the road and more crimes cannot save it… In the near future the concepts of aggression and Zionism will be wiped from the world.” [source]
Israel will not tolerate this much longer. The question that remains is who will attack first, Israel or the US?]]>
In a late news conference to foreign journalists, Chavez said “[The] Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sent him a letter. The reply wasn’t good. It was disrespectful. Obama was unable to get away from the cliche. He spoke like Bush. They are very bad signs.” [source]
Chavez and Ahmadinejad both insulted? So far so good from Obama. Let’s hope his true colors remain this way.]]>
This man is very dangerous. Remember, Ahmadinejad is a devotee of the Mahdi, the 12th imam of Shiite Islam, who Shiites believe disappeared more than 1,000 years ago and who will return one day to bring an apocalypse. I find it interesting that Ahmadinejad does not bring up the current economic state of his own country. It is the worst is has ever been - does this mean Iranians are abandoning Islam?
What Wall Street experienced is a classic case of greed. Even to an atheist, this would be considered wrong. Why would anyone want to bailout a bunch of New York Manhattan millionaires for $700 Billion who all deserve to lose their job for making horrible business decisions?]]>