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Iran Rebukes U.S., Britain for Meddling in Election Affairs

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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 12:38 PM

People are rioting and I am desperate to blame "ANYONE" except myself or any of the religious dictators in Iran.

Typical, try blaming US/UK/Israel to gain public acceptance-ignorant people of Iran are easily manipulated by "adem-a-jihd".
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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 01:13 PM
Very interesting article.

There is no actual proof the elections were stolen so claiming from abroad that they are is meddling in election affairs and creating problems. Governments are sometimes more careful on their statements but, hey, it depends on who the target is. Nobody would openly or officially raise questions about US elections without proof because it would be meddling in election affairs and free world governements have carefully handle the question until now which is a very good behavior. The expected behavior.

I like the title very much. Iran rebukes US... It's repeated a couple of times in the article. With no quotes but an indirect one in the last paragraph. The article list direct quotes from UK, Germany and France and the answer to these quotes from Iran. But because that's the way it should be and despite not much substance to it in the article, the title has to be Iran rebukes US... It's a very good job ! Bravo Fox.

OP, no need to cite Israel as they don't appear in the article. Is it on purpose you do so ?

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 01:18 PM
The entire issue with Iran is going to back fire and I hope it burns the butt holes of those that had gotten their hands dirty and probably bloody with what is happening. Regardless which country is at fault.

This time around Iran is not just a side country in the middle east like when the Shah had to run out before it was killed by his own people.

This time is a lot different and I am afraid we may find out soon enough.

And don't get me wrong this not about war and weapons of mass destruction this about economic repercussions.

posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 01:28 PM
well, bush stated openly that he had given the go ahead to allocate 4billion to the destabilization and overthrow of the iran regime. Congress approved it. Why is it so surprising that the money actually went towards that? This is, after all, standard american practice for governments we dont like...we have a long glorious history of it. Is this really so surprising, or do you just have no knowledge of our history?

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