Four Dead in Oh-high-oh

Four Dead in Oh-high-oh

Post by Proud Neo-con American Right-wing Zionist/Christian Imperialis » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 02:00:43

IRAN: STORM WARNING FROM STUDENT PROTESTORS

Tehran, 13 Dec. (AKI) - "Whoever sows wind, will reap a tempest" ran the
concluding line of a statement published in Tehran on Wednesday by the
Tahkim Vahdat, the main student movement in Iran. Monday's incident, where
hardline president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was heckled by students at the
controversial Holocaust denial conference, "shows that the universities are
alive and do not intend to stay silent at the ruin of the country," Vahdat's
leaders said.

Dozens of protesters burned pictures of Iranian president Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad crying 'dictator go away', 'death to dictatorship' and threw
firecrackers on Monday forcing him to interrupt several times a speech he
was giving at the Amir Kabir university in Tehran and leave before
scheduled. A thousand students had also protested on Sunday at the
university asking the president not to come the following day.

The students were protesting against "the shameful conference on the
Holocaust which has brought to our country Nazis and racists from around the
world and the fact that many activists with students' movements have not
been allowed to attend university," said Mehdi Hatefi, an activist with
Tahkim Vahdat on Monday.

It was the first time since his landslide victory in June 2005 that
Ahmadinejad was challenged in public.

"The shouts of the students when they found themselves face to face with the
head of the government wanted to underline the extension of repression here
and the incapacity of this government for the benefit of the country, as
well as rampant corruption and a disastrous economic situation that have
characterised Iran for the 155 months of his rule," the Tahkim Vahdat
statement read.

"In the universities they try to prevent any voice of dissent from being
heard, many open-minded professors have been pensioned off or forced to
resign, the politically active students expelled, and most of the student
magazines forced to close," it added.

"Iranian students are flying the flag of resistance to this corrupt and
repressive government, and do not intend to yield any ground to these forces
are hoping that other sectors of society will join us in their battle
because who sows wind, will reap a tempest" it concluded.

http://www.adnki.com/index_2Level_English.php?cat=Politics&loid=8.0.3...

IRAN: FOUR STUDENTS AT ANTI-AHMADINEJAD RALLY DISAPPEAR

Tehran, 11 Dec. (AKI) - Four students with the Imam Hossein university in
Tehran who took part Monday morning in a protest against Iranian president
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have reportedly disappeared. Mehdi Tajik, Nasser Zohre,
Nasser Kamali and Hassan Fadwi, all physics students, went missing while
walking home from the protest. They are members of the Association of
Republican Students and reports said Pasdaran officials could have detained
them.

Dozens of protesters burned pictures of Ahmadinejad crying 'dictator go
away', 'death to dictatorship' and threw firecrackers on Monday morning,
forcing him to interrupt several times a speech he was giving at the Amir
Kabir university in Tehran and leave before scheduled. A thousand students
had also protested on Sunday at the university, asking the president not to
come the following day.

Mehdi Hatefi, an activist with students' group Tahkim Vahdat, told Adnkronos
International (AKI) the students were protesting against "the shameful
(ongoing two-day) conference on the Holocaust which has brought to our
country Nazis and racists from around the world and the fact that many
activists with students' movements have not been allowed to attend
university."

It was the first time since his landslide victory in June 2005 that
Ahmadinejad was challenged in public, though a spokesman for the president
said he had been undeterred by the protest and finished his address as
scheduled.

http://www.adnki.com/index_2Level_English.php?cat=Security&loid=8.0.3...

SYRIA: PRESIDENT ASSAD TO VISIT MOSCOW NEXT WEEK

Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin are expected to discuss the sale
of Russian arms to Syria

http://www.adnki.com/index_2Level_English.php?cat=Security&loid=8.0.3...

IRAQ: 'NEW EXPLOSIVES USED'

Baghdad, 12 Dec. (AKI) - The suicide truckbomb attack that killed at least
70 people and injured over 230 early on Tuesday in the capital, Baghdad, was
carried out with explosives that are not known to have been used in previous
blasts, an unnamed expert from the Iraqi interior ministry told Adnkronos
International (AKI). "According to our impressions, today's devices were
packed with not less than 150 kilogrammes of a new kind of explosive made
from a mixture of TNT and other chemical substances intended to cause as
many deaths as possible," the expert said. Many of those killed were poor
Shiite labourers looking for work.

"These chemical substances may come from chemical weapons arsenals dating
from the Saddam era, developed in secret laboratories. Explosives experts
from the ministry are collaborating with international experts to try and
and find out more," the expert continued.

http://www.adnki.com/index_2Level_English.php?cat=Terrorism&loid=8.0....

 
 
 

Four Dead in Oh-high-oh

Post by JoeSpareBedroo » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 02:10:22


"Proud Neo-con American Right-wing Zionist/Christian Imperialist"


> IRAN: STORM WARNING FROM STUDENT PROTESTORS

This could be our tax dollars at work, courtesy of the CIA. If it is, we
won't know for years, but it'll certainly put the Iraq mistake in
perspective.
 
 
 

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Post by Telamo » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 14:17:10


 "Proud Neo-con American Right-wing Zionist/Christian Imperialist"


> IRAN: STORM WARNING FROM STUDENT PROTESTORS

< Snip >

Are you incapable of finding a political news group to pots to or what.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

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Post by Telamo » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 14:18:12



> "Proud Neo-con American Right-wing Zionist/Christian Imperialist"

> > IRAN: STORM WARNING FROM STUDENT PROTESTORS

> This could be our tax dollars at work, courtesy of the CIA. If it is, we
> won't know for years, but it'll certainly put the Iraq mistake in
> perspective.

No just Trolling at work.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

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Post by JoanD'arcRoas » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 14:33:51



> "Proud Neo-con American Right-wing Zionist/Christian Imperialist"

> > IRAN: STORM WARNING FROM STUDENT PROTESTORS

> This could be our tax dollars at work, courtesy of the CIA. If it is, we
> won't know for years, but it'll certainly put the Iraq mistake in
> perspective.

Does this seem to you like it fits the usual CIA political agenda?

How does it put "the Iraq mistake" in perspective?

I'm not flaming you, I'm curious about your opinion.

 
 
 

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Post by JoeSpareBedroo » Sun, 17 Dec 2006 00:33:58




>> "Proud Neo-con American Right-wing Zionist/Christian Imperialist"

>> > IRAN: STORM WARNING FROM STUDENT PROTESTORS

>> This could be our tax dollars at work, courtesy of the CIA. If it is, we
>> won't know for years, but it'll certainly put the Iraq mistake in
>> perspective.

> Does this seem to you like it fits the usual CIA political agenda?

Actually, yes. It's one of the CIA's stated missions: Assisting groups who
share *our* agenda, whether it be with money, weapons, intelligence,
whatever. Sometimes, they actually pick the correct group to support and the
correct regime to annoy.

Quote:> How does it put "the Iraq mistake" in perspective?

The final solution to the situation in Iraq will be similar, if not
identical to the one we would've used if he had NOT invaded the country. It
will involve pressure and influence, as opposed to the *** of our
soldiers by a senile president and handful of very spooky advisors in
Washington.
 
 
 

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Post by JoanD'arcRoas » Sun, 17 Dec 2006 17:02:18







> >> "Proud Neo-con American Right-wing Zionist/Christian Imperialist"

> >> > IRAN: STORM WARNING FROM STUDENT PROTESTORS

> >> This could be our tax dollars at work, courtesy of the CIA. If it is, we
> >> won't know for years, but it'll certainly put the Iraq mistake in
> >> perspective.

> > Does this seem to you like it fits the usual CIA political agenda?

> Actually, yes. It's one of the CIA's stated missions: Assisting groups who
> share *our* agenda, whether it be with money, weapons, intelligence,
> whatever. Sometimes, they actually pick the correct group to support and the
> correct regime to annoy.

> > How does it put "the Iraq mistake" in perspective?

> The final solution to the situation in Iraq will be similar, if not
> identical to the one we would've used if he had NOT invaded the country. It
> will involve pressure and influence, as opposed to the *** of our
> soldiers by a senile president and handful of very spooky advisors in
> Washington.

Thanks for clarifying. You might enjoy reading "Blonde Ghost", if you
haven't already. Very even-handed and interesting. Thanks again.
 
 
 

Four Dead in Oh-high-oh

Post by JoeSpareBedroo » Sun, 17 Dec 2006 23:24:35








>> >> "Proud Neo-con American Right-wing Zionist/Christian Imperialist"

>> >> > IRAN: STORM WARNING FROM STUDENT PROTESTORS

>> >> This could be our tax dollars at work, courtesy of the CIA. If it is,
>> >> we
>> >> won't know for years, but it'll certainly put the Iraq mistake in
>> >> perspective.

>> > Does this seem to you like it fits the usual CIA political agenda?

>> Actually, yes. It's one of the CIA's stated missions: Assisting groups
>> who
>> share *our* agenda, whether it be with money, weapons, intelligence,
>> whatever. Sometimes, they actually pick the correct group to support and
>> the
>> correct regime to annoy.

>> > How does it put "the Iraq mistake" in perspective?

>> The final solution to the situation in Iraq will be similar, if not
>> identical to the one we would've used if he had NOT invaded the country.
>> It
>> will involve pressure and influence, as opposed to the *** of our
>> soldiers by a senile president and handful of very spooky advisors in
>> Washington.

> Thanks for clarifying. You might enjoy reading "Blonde Ghost", if you
> haven't already. Very even-handed and interesting. Thanks again.

Pay attention to the news over the coming months. You might find it
interesting to see how Libya is going to be one of our new buddies in the
Middle East.