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Ahmadinejad claims Iran has no gays

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  1. Bill Perdue, RainbowRED Organi 25 Sep 2007, 1:02am

    We can look forward to the day when the criminals like Ahmadinejad, who murders boys who love boys and women who want to be treated as human, and major war criminals like Bush, Cheney, Rice, Powell, Rumsfeld and Gates, responsible for the murder of over 650,000 Iraqis, and Bin Laden, the coward who slaughtered 3,000 civilians are called before the dock of world opinion like Hermann Göring and the Nazi’s. But saying that does not mean that we should get sucked into the Bush/zionist plan to attack Iran and destroy it’s nuclear power capability. Bush is now connecting the dots to do just that, with the vocal support of Hiaary Clinton, and we have to oppose them tooth and nail. From the Guardian Unlimited Front Page Tuesday September 18, 2007; “The UN’s chief nuclear weapons inspector yesterday warned against the use of force against Iran, in what UN officials said was an attempt to halt an “out of control” drift to war. His outspoken remarks, which drew a parallel between Iran and Iraq, appeared to take aim at the US and Britain. They followed comments by French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner, who said: “We have to prepare for the worst,” adding “the worst is war”. “I would not talk about any use of force,” Mohamed El Baradei told reporters at the International Atomic Energy Agency headquarters in Vienna. “There are rules on how to use force, and I would hope that everybody would have gotten the lesson after the Iraq situation, where 700,000 innocent civilians have lost their lives on the suspicion that a country has nuclear weapons.” There has been a string of reports out of Washington that the Bush administration is running out of patience with diplomacy and is intensifying its plans for air strikes as a means of halting Iran’s disputed nuclear programme.”French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner blabbed to the press shortly after the new French President, Nicolas Sarkozy was seen frolicking with Bush and disturbed Bush’s plans to connect the dots for an extension of the Iraq war. True to form most members of the Democratic and Republican Congress have fallen for it again, lock stock and barrel. Just like they did in 2002 when they voted for the criminal invasion to garb Iraqi oil in 2002 and continue to vote to maintain it. As Ralph Nader said on September 18th; “The impeachable offenses of Bush outnumber any other list of impeachable offenses of any US president…How many more impeachable offenses do those spineless, gutless, hapless Democrats need in the Congress.” The Democrats, Obama, Pelosi, Clinton and Reid et al vote for war and refuse to impeach.”Whatever their publicized angst over Saddam Hussein’s ‘weapons of mass destruction,’ American and British authorities were also concerned about violence in the area that harbors a resource indispensable for the functioning of the world economy. I am saddened that it is politically inconvenient to acknowledge what everyone knows: the Iraq war is largely about oil.” – former Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan

  2. This President Dinnerjacket (as I call him) of Iran is one twisted, evil and wicked individual. Along with his Mullahs of death I hope we see them hanging from cranes some time soon and that the Iranian people can be freed of this nightmare.

  3. As usual, some prefer to go off tangent, ranting about the USA and Israel (where gays have rights equivalent to those in the West), rather than unequivocally condemning this barbaric man.Back on track, and it’s nice to see a university president speaking as he did.

  4. Ahmadinejad may be in denial in a different way to that which he intended us to understand.

  5. Bill Perdue, RainbowRED Organi 25 Sep 2007, 8:57pm

    Luke, wake up and smell the napalm. Ahmadinejads crimes will be avenged by Iranians, and Americans like Bush have no say in it. Ahmadinejad, as titular head of state presides over the legal lynchings of men and boys whose sole ‘crime’ is loving one another. The same fate awaits women who demand to be treated as humans and trade unionist who want decent wages and working conditions. His repressive regime toadies to the ignorant, superstitious ayatollahs. That however is no excuse to support the Bush /Israeli plan to provoke Iran as an excuse to launch US missiles against Iran’s nuclear power facilities. Ahmadinejad ‘s criminality deserves punishment but not by racist and colonialists like bush. His punishment should come from Iranians, not via another Bushite war of regime change. At some point the long suffering Iranian people are going to complete the revolution that began with the toppling of the US controlled Shah. Then they can arrest Ahmadinejad, his government and the ayatollahs, give them a fair trial, and blow their brains out. Ahmadinejad, whatever his crimes to date, pales in comparison to Bush, Cheney, Goring, Hitler, Rice, Von Ribbentrop, Rumsfeld, Jodl, Gates and Keitel. Those criminals used a campaign of propaganda and lies to launch criminal wars of economic aggression that resulted in brutal crimes against humanity. Ahmadinejad is just a bush league second stringer by comparison. And please don’t mention rights, democracy, etc. and Israel in the same breath. When their racist apartheid state has been dismantled and Palestinians control a democratic, secular Palestine then we can discuss rights. And don’t bother with the Kahanist ‘Oh’s he’s just an anti-Semite ” shtick, it doesn’t work any more. People know too much.

  6. Bill Perdue, RainbowRED Organi 25 Sep 2007, 9:04pm

    Ivan, I hope too hell you’re wrong. First Rice, now him, Our name will be polluted forever,

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    […] being such a moronic jack-ass. Then I think we should ship his sorry-ass off to Iran where they don

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