Wednesday, August 09, 2006

The time of the bomb is in the past, it's behind us. Today is the era of thoughts, dialogue and cultural exchanges." -Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Somebody pinch me. Is the head of the Iranian government preaching the importance of dialogue and cultural exchange? Is he referring to the spreading of fundamental nut job Islam into the western world? If it wasn't so enraging, I would be laughing. The only thoughts, dialogue, and or cultural exchange that the Iranian government has sanctioned has been the selling of nuclear secrets, and the murder of innocent civilians. Not innocent, you say Mr Ahmadinejad? Is that because they think, speak, and are culturally different than you? What dilusion inspires the head of the most restrictive and intolerant government in the world to lecture the United States on thoughts, dialogue, and or cultural exchange? I wonder what thoughts and dialogue are shared when Iranian women are beaten into submission.

I hate CBS. I loathe anyone that provides a global medium for a maniac to spew his venom on the masses. When any crazed lunatic comes to the news pigpen with a bucket a filth, the liberal media swine lap it up. Especially if it besmirches the Bush administration. I bet Mike Wallace wet himself at the prospect of interviewing a man who publicly states he wants to finish what Hitler started. I wonder that the media doesn't understand how much they hurt this country. Our enemies listen to their rhetoric, and jump right on the bandwagon. Ahmadinejad calls Bush a warmonger and an imperialist. So does the far left. *Queue the blaring red flag*

The time of the bomb has not passed, Mahmoud. In fact it hasn't even begun. You will very likely usher it in, and I pray that we usher it out in the most effective way possible.

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- G - said...

I don’t have a lot to add to this but gosh, I’m getting sick of this media bull-crap. How can they sit there and be all buddy buddy with a psychopath and then turn around and try to bite the heads off our own leaders. It doesn’t make any sense to me. What are they trying to get away with? Can’t they see the big picture or at least a glimpse of what will come of all this?

Davy J said...

yeah.. hmm... If Iran would make up it's mind for a change maybe we could actually negotiate a hate truce. When He was elected president, one of the hostages from the US embassy in 1979 said Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was one of his captors. Its a strange situation because on one side you have Iran boldly declaring that they will enriche uranium and defy the World's rhetoric on nuclear weapons. He declares the Holocaust didn't exist. Then he writes a letter to the US to open talks for the first time in like 25 years. A few weeks later the same spew of anti-US propoganda is shown at a parade where dancers celebrate holding what looks to be fake uranium rods. to the ROD! life giver of us all!!

I don't really blame the media on this one- they don't have much else to report. Everyone wants to bomb the bejesus out of everyone else. The US should have left Iran alone back in the 50's. Since then it has given radicals a target to preech thier insanity. All this criticism of our leaders makes us wonder what is really being done to resolve anything in the middle east. Getting rid of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won't do anything to stop what's been done to the Iranian people.

all hail the rod.

Davy J said...

you should tell him what you think!

p.s. he hates your blog.

- G - said...

hey.. when are you gonna blog some more.. NOOB!