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originally posted by: Waterglass
a reply to: Breakthestreak
Who dat? Got a link?
Even your hero John McCain sang a song Bomb,bomb Iran but you neglect it.
Modernity and fundamental Islam just are not
This week, the non-profit National Security Archive, along with the National Declassification Center, published a batch of U.S. diplomatic cables covering that dark period. While the newly declassified documents further illustrated the horror of Indonesia’s 1965 mass murder, they also confirmed that U.S. authorities backed Suharto’s purge. Perhaps even more striking: As the documents show, U.S. officials knew most of his victims were entirely innocent. U.S. embassy officials even received updates on the executions and offered help to suppress media coverage. While crucial documents that could provide insight into U.S. and Indonesian activities at the time are still lacking, the broad outlines of the atrocity and America’s role are there for anyone who cares to look them up.
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: Gothmog
So , you agree with the original thoughts on the thread , that Iran was much better off back then ?
The Iranian people didn't think so and it's their choice , just as today.