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Beating the Nuclear Drum Again April 24, 2008

Posted by truthspew in Iran, North Korea, nuclear, Syria.
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Now here’s a story. Syria built a nuclear reactor based on a North Korean design. The Israeli’s bombed the Syrian plant out of existence.

Now a congressional Repug is saying that the bombed out reactor represents a threat.

Will it ever end? Republicans are now forever known as more a pathos than a party. Their prime weapons are fear, uncertainty, and doubt, hereby referred to as FUD. They’re masters at FUD but if you read between the lines you can get the true story.

As I always like to say, I believe the Latin term is Qui Bono (bene), or who benefits. Once you answer that question you know the underlying message.

The next linkage of course will be Syria to Iran. And of course we’ve now expanded the so called Axis of Evil which now included North Korean, Syria, and Iran. No I didn’t forget about Iraq or Afghanistan, we seem to have lost sight of those.


An interesting look inside Iran February 18, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Bush Administration, Iran.
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I’m watching Rageh Inside Iran. I’m only forty minutes into the video so far but I have to say I’m surprised by the modernity of the city.

All we ever see of Iran/Teheran is the protests. But this shows a whole different side of the Iranian people. First of which is something most people in the United States don’t know, that Iranians are Persian, not Arab and they speak Farsi, not Arabic.

Then of course the real surprise. In the video I spotted a few Ford vehicles traveling the roads. This is explained in the video that most Iranians adore U.S. culture, it’s just the politics they can’t stand. I myself hate politics in the United States and I was born here and reside here. Of course the western influences are obvious. The cell phones, the plastic surgery, etc.

So the whole Axis of Evil thing sounds more and more like bovine effluent. What more should we have expected from the Bush administration.