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Old 09-26-2007, 10:30 PM   #61
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For the moment it is probably not worth the effort to take out their nuclear plants. The present government is so concerned with religious extremism and terrorism that they have let the economy go to hell. While the country is saturated with oil, they import gasoline because they can not refine their own oil. Thus we have the paradox of an oil-rich country having queues for scarce gasoline. If they are that distracted by terrorism and Muslim extremism they will probably nuke themselves by accident. So that would be OK by me and we should give it a chance.
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Old 09-26-2007, 10:40 PM   #62
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Weird, usually it's Bush we laugh at with his dumb and lying comments. I don't think Ahmadenijad is as dumb as Bush in his speeches.
So you probably think he is so smart that if he says there was no Holocaust, then there was probably no Holocaust.

It was laughable and sad that in his speech he did not see why people objected to his thinking that there should be more research on the existence of the Holocaust.
Either he or his speechwriters did not seem to be able to see the difference between research into the Holocaust and research into the existence of the Holocaust. Just like with eggs, for example, people do research into the healthful or harmful effect of eating eggs, but nobody as far as I know does research into the existence or not of eggs. Well, maybe in some Muslim fundamentalist countries they do.
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For the moment it is probably not worth the effort to take out their nuclear plants. The present government is so concerned with religious extremism and terrorism that they have let the economy go to hell. While the country is saturated with oil, they import gasoline because they can not refine their own oil. Thus we have the paradox of an oil-rich country having queues for scarce gasoline. If they are that distracted by terrorism and Muslim extremism they will probably nuke themselves by accident. So that would be OK by me and we should give it a chance.

Firstly USA and their strict friends and chieftains of every kinds are concerned in world terrorism and extremism: directly ( they committ crime against humanity day in day in Iraq and Afghanistan. It is indisputable fact and even European and american TV and every worldwide TV gives these news every day. ) and indirectly ( how do you think, who is main sponsor of extremists and terrorists? It is sure for 99% that USA and maybe they superstrict friends GB ).
Secondly. Iranian president is relatively young man in relation to other politicians. He is dr engineer and some members of his government are secular engineers too. Maybe they think in other way than majority of politicians, who ,,studied,, so called administration and managing. Practically such people, who finished this administration and business and alike ,,specialisations,, can only fill in forms and nothing more ( they are very dumm ). And only such people can think that nuclear energy can be used only to produce a nuclear bomb. It is radiculous.
Thirdly. The idea of using nuclear energy as a main source of energy is very good. Nuclear energy is relatively secure. For instance France is based on nuclear energy ( it was built in times before nosy Sarkozy and Chirac, when France was governed by more intelligent politicians ). Besides if these unthinking politicians shrie every day than emission of CO2 is to high, so what can be done in this case in their opinion. We have no practically other source of energy: only petroleum, which combustion is reason of increase of CO2 level and climatical changes, nuclear plants, wind energy ( it is not sufficient ) and solar energy ( it is expensive and sufficient maybe in Africa), energy based on water - it must be much water there and practically nothing more. And what should this Iranian quite good government do in your opinion? To build own raffineries, stop to sell petroleum ( industry of Europe especially Germany will collaps then and some people will be such dissatissfied as people in Myanmar ( Birma - they are very dissatisfied, because the prises of oil were increased. It is naturally thanks to Bush and his British myrmidons, who were invaded Iraq and it is no end of their genocide noticeable )and to begin combusting own petroleum to gain energy? They have right to nuclear power plants.
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Wow looks like Amadinejhad and Mugabe have made pact of peace against the Western imperialists. BTW Mugabe's speech was the most entertaining at yesterday's UN summit. Chavez's previous performance was completely put in the shade.

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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday delivered a particularly bitter denunciation of Western critics in the United Nations General Assembly, lashing out at U.S. President George Bush for what he called "hypocrisy" in describing his Harare government as "tyrannical," and denouncing U.S. policy in Iraq and elsewhere.
Mr. Mugabe accused the United States and Britain of seeking to maintain neo-colonial control over Zimbabwe and of attempting to engineer "regime change" there. "I am termed (a) dictator because I have rejected this supremacist view and frustrated the neo-colonialists in their endeavor to keep us as slaves in our own country."
Mr. Mugabe took exception to President Bush's reference to his government as a "tyrannical regime" in a speech Tuesday to the General Assembly.
President Bush said Mr. Mugabe's "tyrannical regime" was "an assault on its people and an affront to the principles of the (U.N.) Universal Declaration" of Human Rights.
Mr. Mugabe responded that Mr. Bush "has much to atone for and little to lecture us on (regarding) the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. His hands drip with blood of many innocent nationalities, and today with the blood of the Iraqis."
Mr. Mugabe dwelt on the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for terror suspects. "At that concentration camp, international law does not apply...laws of the United States of America do not apply. Only Bush's law applies."
He accused Britain and the United States of pursuing "a relentless campaign of destabilizing and vilifying my country." He said the two nations "sponsored surrogate forces to challenge lawful authority in my country," this a reiteration of the charge, often lodged by Harare, that the opposition is Western-sponsored.
"They seek regime change," he said. "They seek regime change - not my people."
Mr. Mugabe said Zimbabwe "will not allow a regime change offered by outsiders. Mr. Bush and Mr. Brown have no role to play in our own national affairs. They are outsiders and mischievous outsiders and should therefore keep out."
Mr. Mugabe expressed "gratitude" toward South African President Thabo Mbeki for his mediation of talks between the ruling ZANU-PF party and opposition Movement for Democratic Change which in recent days has yielded a compromise constitutional amendment which President Mugabe said "paved the way" for 2008 elections.
"Consequently, we will be holding multiple democratic elections in March" next year, Mr. Mugabe told the General Assembly. "Indeed, we have always had timeous general and presidential elections since our independence."
Zimbabwean elections since 2000 have been marred by allegations of ballot-rigging and official intimidation of voters. Sanctions targeting Mr. Mugabe's inner circle were imposed by Western countries after the contested 2002 presidential election.
The Southern African Development Community asked Mr. Mbeki to mediate crisis talks between the ruling ZANU-PF party and the opposition Movement for Democratic Change in late March after Mr. Mugabe's government launched a crackdown on opponents in which an opposition activist was shot to death March 11.
Photographs of the badly beaten opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai emerging from police custody galvanized world opinion and led Southern African leaders to convene an extraordinary summit at which Mr. Mbeki was handed his mediation brief.
Earlier Wednesday, Mr. Mugabe met with U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in an encounter sources said was less than cordial. Mr. Mugabe was said to have refused to accept U.N. humanitarian assistance offered by Ban, and to have expressed himself “forcefully” when humanitarian issues, democracy and human rights came up.
See Mugabe is like mtw, big entertaining and complaining mouth and no action at all. Yet the country suffers. That country was even better than the whole Africa (exxcept South Africa) when I stayed there, but now it's even worse that an anarchy like Somalia Most of my friends have gone from leading great lives to leaving like paupers, Black and White alike
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HARARE (AFP) — The leaders of Zimbabwe and Iran are looking to form a self-styled "coalition for peace" after receiving a joint tongue-lashing from US President George W. Bush, officials said Wednesday.
The government in Harare confirmed President Robert Mugabe and his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad discussed the formation of such a coalition on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, where Bush delivered a harsh assessment of their regimes on Tuesday.
"The United States and its allies are so bloodthirsty they don't want to see peace anywhere in the world," deputy information minister Bright Matonga told AFP.
"Our leaders are saying there is a need for like-minded countries to come together and form a coalition that will discuss constructive developmental issues."
The state-controlled Herald newspaper quoted Zimbabwe's ambassador to the United Nations, Boniface Chidyausiku, as saying Mugabe and Ahmadinejad discussed "areas of mutual interest" in New York.
"The leaders also discussed the need to come up with a coalition for peace in response to the aggression of global bullies," Chidyausiku added.
Isolated by his former allies in the West after being accused of rigging his re-election in 2002, Mugabe has forged new alliances with countries in Asia as well as buttressed ties with traditional US foes such as Cuba and Iran.
In his speech to the General Assembly, Bush said the people of Zimbabwe needed help to free themselves from suffering under a "tyrannical regime", and named Iran among a list of "brutal regimes".
While some commentators saw the idea of a formal alliance among states in the US doghouse as a logical move, others were unconvinced that it would serve any practical purpose.
"It will be viewed as a group of antagonists of the West coming together for political reasons and it's not going to be of much significance," Harare-based political analyst Takura Zhangazha said.
"It's essentially political grandstanding and I don't foresee anything coming out of it unless, perhaps, if they rope in (stand-in Cuban leader) Raul Castro and (Venezuelan President) Hugo Chavez.
"Zimbabwe and Iran have a history of agreements that were never completed."
Lawyer and political analyst Johannes Tomana however said the coalition would work if members are committed to its objectives.
"If they are coming together for a common goal and have unity of purpose there is no doubt that it will work," Tomana said.
"It's a question of determination. Look at what Britain has done. It has managed to rope in the EU into its bilateral row with Zimbabwe and the entire bloc has rallied against Zimbabwe."
Augustine Timbe, a commentator for the pro-government Chronicle newspaper, said Iran and Zimbabwe "share a common pain inflicted by the West" and should find more countries in similar circumstances to form an effective alliance.
The burgeoning alliance between Zimbabwe and Iran, part of Bush's original 2002 "axis of evil", has again highlighted the rift between Mugabe and his former Western allies who have imposed sanctions on his regime.
Matonga argued that events in Iraq meant the United States should be slapped with sanctions.
"Bush is the tyrant and a hypocrite for that matter. Look at what he has done to Iraq. There is no functioning government anymore," he said.
"He turns a blind eye to the damage he has caused in Iraq and Afghanistan and now he wants to usurp the powers of the UN and punish those who do not share his thinking.
"The US should have sanctions imposed on it and not the countries that Bush says should be punished."
I don't completely disagree with this but words aren't enough. If you are unhappy with certain going ons take action of force some people to also notice and take action. Iran should be allowed to have nuclear energy (only a nutter would actually use the bomb, Amadinejhad only wants to use it as a bargaining tool like USA&allies vs Russia&allies in Cold War)
Mugabe simply needs to hit the road and leave sane people in charge.
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Ahmadinejad is a very intelligent leader and he is one of the bravest people to stand up to American Imperialism.

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I support Rafa=Fed Killa and mtw very good opinions the only terrorist here is George Bush
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That would seem to be the end of this thread.
A learned 16 year old with a murderer as his avatar has summed it up nicely. Someone posts a picture of two men who are murdering their own citizens and destroying their own economies (destroyed, in the case of Mugabe) and they get applause for what they do!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well it seems if Bush started killing gays and bulldozing the homes of Democrats he might get some support here.
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Iran should be allowed to have nuclear energy (only a nutter would actually use the bomb
That is the best reason I have seen for making sure Iran's nuclear programme is stopped.
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so easy to underestimate Iranians and think that they are just stupid fanatics, they are neither dumb and nor suicidal .
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so easy to underestimate Iranians and think that they are just stupid fanatics, they are neither dumb and nor suicidal .
I wasn't referring to Iranians in general, just the nutters in charge.

Suicidal? Where did that come from?
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Ahmadinejad might be a scumbag but he is just playing chess with the western world , also he is only the number 5 in the Iranian state , the mullahs have much more power than him, and they people live lives of millionaires (they own big companies and live in mansions) , they love life more than you think , it would be foolish and suicidal to use the nuclear bomb
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That would seem to be the end of this thread.
A learned 16 year old with a murderer as his avatar has summed it up nicely. Someone posts a picture of two men who are murdering their own citizens and destroying their own economies (destroyed, in the case of Mugabe) and they get applause for what they do!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well it seems if Bush started killing gays and bulldozing the homes of Democrats he might get some support here.

Che Guevara only murder people in the revolution, he wasn`t a bastard like Bush who send the CIA and FBI to kill people.
Well I assume you are fan of Henman, the ''gentleman'' ajajja stop believing this shit.

I am in the youth of the PS(Partido Socialista) of Chile and I don`t stand Bush he is a coward
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Ahmadinejad got owned by Columbia Univeristy President pretty much called him an idiot to his face
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Ok. its hypocrisy...whatever.

i am not going to argue about degrees of protection because not all countries agree to the same standard of punishment for "indecency". Some countries think they are punishable by prison, death etc. Other countries don't punish but still do not recognize them and do not give tax breaks etc. Countries like singapore have long held homosexuals acts as punishable by law. So are we going to start criticizing every country that doesn't hold the same standards as our own? Fact is both countries do not think homosexuals deserve equal rights. And so i think its a cheap shot, because the US itself doesnt agree to the full equality. Its like a college tennis player telling a high school player "he sucks". Sure it may be true, but the college player isn't so good himself compared to the ATP player.

Much of the argument stems from ideology. Different countries have different philosophies. And for sure I prefer some to others, which is why if you read the context of my post, I clearly referred to ahmadinejad as "crazy". But at the same time i realize we dont recognize full rights. So i don't see why there should be huge objection to my comments.
Err, every homosexual in the USA have equal rights, so I don't know what you're talking about.
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