The biggest headline of the massive 250,000-document dump by Julian Assange’s organization is probably this: Prince Abdullah: Neo-Con Warhawk? Dude. When it turns out Saudi royalty is on the same page with Bill Kristol vis-a-vis the need to bomb Iran, you know Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s regime is in trouble. More seriously: This WikiLeaks dump is extraordinarily damaging to U.S. [...]
I’ve got no idea where Moonbattery found this video — in Arabic, from a German-language TV show, with English subtitles — but its subject is too horrific to describe: I’m guessing the two guys on this TV show are dissident Iranian exiles. They certainly don’t look like Islamophobic neocons . . .
Profiting from the sale of dual-use technology to Iran? Rep. Jane Harman (D-Transylvania) might have gotten away with this monstrous scheme, had it not been for Young Mattie Fein: You knew when Ladd Ehlinger Jr. went to Hollywood, he’d produce something brilliant. Here’s the script: FRAU HARMAN: Ahmadinejad! Ahmadinejad! We have done it! I’m going to set [...]
Great pickup lines in Tehran: A senior Iranian cleric has claimed that dolled-up women incite extramarital sex, causing more earthquakes in Iran, a country that straddles several fault lines, newspapers reported today. “Many women who dress inappropriately . . . cause youths to go astray, taint their chastity and incite extramarital sex in society, which [...]
No, not Pentagon shooter Patrick Bedell — as described by Charles Johnson — I’m talking about that other 9/11 Truther: Two days before his official trip to Afghanistan, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, a “big lie” intended to pave the way for the invasion of a war-torn nation, [...]
Evidently, it has an equivalent in Farsi: Mohammad Javad Larijani criticized the policies adopted by U.S. President Barack Obama and referred to him using a racial epithet. “When Barack Obama was sworn into office he talked of verbally engaging Iran,” the U.C. Berkeley graduate was quoted as saying. “What has changed is that today this [...]« go back