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Originally posted by Tinhatman
I fail to comprehend how anybody who buy's into that is capable of operating a computer let alone tying their shoes in the morning..
Edited because I could
[edit on 30-11-2007 by Tinhatman]
Originally posted by echo725
Originally posted by DeadFlagBlues
reply to post by echo725
He never said that actually. That translation was falsely and blatantly misinterpreted to manipulate popular opinion in regards to the situation in Iran. We've been over this a few hundred times or so here at ATS.com.
[edit on 30-11-2007 by DeadFlagBlues]
Yeah, leaders of the fascist EU must have misunderstood when they condemned the statement:
I suppose that he didn't also question the validity of the Holocaust as well.....
[edit on 30-11-2007 by echo725]
Originally posted by magicmushroom
RAf when you said power mad dictator I presume you mean Buffoon Bush because its only America and Israel that are threatening to start ww3.
Originally posted by birchtree
Iran wants a weapon for one thing to use it. So for all you people out there, what is wrong with you!
A new U.S. intelligence report says Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003 and it remains on hold, contradicting the Bush administration's earlier assertion that Tehran was intent on developing a bomb.
The new National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) released on Monday could hamper U.S. efforts to convince other world powers to agree on a third package of U.N. sanctions against Iran for defying demands to halt uranium enrichment activities.
Iran says it wants nuclear technology only for civilian purposes, such as electricity generation.
"We would never like to use oil as a weapon ... there are other means at our disposal to respond," Ahmadinejad told a news conference held after a summit of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday offered a security pact with Gulf Arab leaders, as he became the first president from the Islamic republic to take part in their summit."We are proposing the conclusion of a security agreement," Ahmadinejad told the opening session of the Gulf Cooperation Council summit, saying insecurity would affect all countries bordering the Gulf.