Comments on: Did I hear ‘freedom fries’? – France says Iran is no Iraq Beyond the World news headlines Wed, 16 Nov 2016 20:09:42 +0000 hourly 1 By: CatchingBombs Sat, 29 May 2010 20:34:13 +0000 When Sarkozy was ellected I remember my first impression was that he very pro American…

By: mdspatsy Thu, 18 Feb 2010 19:05:37 +0000 I can not understand from world leaders are still talking,giving press interviews and justifying of western powers actions on Iraq,invasion to Iraq,dismantled Saddam from power and related Saddam!s fatal end.
Now, America, Britain, France and some other western countries are talking about Iran!s nuclear capabilities, Iran!s elections results, and stressed the need of world inspections and halt of her enriched uranium and her nuclear processes for her energy needs and energy exports to some Asian nations.
Indirectly, Iran is getting some tactical supports from super powers-China and from Russia.
Now, France wants to increase her trade and commerce to Middle East countries, and some tie up with her neighbors ,have some good relations with Russia and China for enlarging their businesses.
France have its own free thinking and wants to act on a very tactical move.
As per domestic and international pressure, no developed nations wants to be always with their old allies for many things.
Each country has its own foreign policy with their country!s support,backing from her own class and so on.

By: grope Wed, 17 Feb 2010 13:49:26 +0000 France gave Israel the atom bomb, so it’s not the most objective country.

By: servant119b Mon, 15 Feb 2010 00:03:41 +0000 Islam is rising up, Communism is re-emerging… the results are scary.

By: XMarine Sun, 14 Feb 2010 17:47:31 +0000 This whole threat from Iran and it’s nuclear potential is hype.

Israel is apparent by the media blitz Israel is bound and determined to get the US to do to Iran what it did to Iraq.

By: zhubajie Sat, 13 Feb 2010 01:02:29 +0000 1.6 billion? No problem. A million at a time, Westerners are very comfortable with that – they had been going at it for centuries now, ganging up on weaker non-Caucasians all around teh globe. By now they are very experienced.

By: Kiumars Fri, 12 Feb 2010 23:16:13 +0000 Gog and Magog!

In the winter of 2003, when George Bush and Tony Blair were frantically gathering support for their planned invasion of Iraq, Bush told President Jacques Chirac that when he looked at the Middle East, he saw “Gog and Magog at work” and the biblical prophecies unfolding.

Bush believed the time had come for that battle, telling Chirac: “This confrontation is willed by God, who wants to use this conflict to erase his people’s enemies (i.e. the Muslims!) before a New Age begins”.

Bush is not in office anymore so Sarkozy (the ex-MOSSAD agent and the son of a Zionist Rabbi) has taken the responsibility now.

Americans love the French now and “freedom fries” is called “French Fries” again! But will they be able to kill all the 1.6 billion Muslims of the world?
We will see.

By: afirebrand Fri, 12 Feb 2010 22:54:48 +0000 At last weekend’s inaugural Tea Party Convention, there was much bloviating about “oppressed” Americans “suffering” under the Obama Administration’s “tyranny.” Judge Roy More, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, even delivered a rousing sermon comparing our President to King George III, the British ruler overthrown in the American Revolution.

Nothing better illustrates the utter absurdity of these delusions than contrasting the Tea Party with an actual, grassroots, democratic movement created to confront real, rather than imagined, tyranny: Iran’s Green Movement.

Armed with camera phones, laptops and an iron will, these courageous individuals communicate their message to the world even without the journalists imprisoned by Ahmadinejad’s repressive regime.

Moreover, while Americans generally use Facebook and Twitter to pour over the excruciating minutae of modern life, the Greens employ these social networking websites to disseminate information, plan operations and mobilize their organization.

Censorship, harassment, intimidation, coercion, mass arrests, public beatings and de-facto executions by government-sponsored death squads. These are the harsh realities of living under tyranny. If the Tea Party movement’s petulant populists want to witness its horrors first-hand, I implore them to purchase a one-way ticket to Tehran. I suspect they’ll be in for a rude awakening.

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