reply to post by InfoKartel
Sorry I had to dig through several of your piles of post excrement in other threads to find the exact post you are referring to, and I did finally.
Its in the same thread where you told me -
Originally posted by InfoKartel
And is it me or you that cannot enter Iran because you or me did not ignore those actions? Which family members of you are suffering because of these
issues you so lightly talk about as if it were strictly black&white? Grow the hell up and understand who the hell you're speaking to.
Its in the same thread where you blamed the situation in Iran on -
"Ignorant Iranian people"
- Once again ignoring the rest of the world who also placed sanctions on Iran
"The Ayatollah's are in league with the Zionists and this game being played is an Apocalyptic one to bring about both their messiahs or
whatever those nutjobs believe in. "
"And you are making choices to engage in information warfare for the Zionists. And this choice is a rather big one to make without thinking
about it. But oh well, cops and intellect... "
In this instance its my fault.
* - The Powers That Be -
"TPTB = an abstract entity. I can pretty much point to the guilty people in this case."
"And time and time it has been said that these hostilities towards the government of Iran are HURTING IRANIANS. So foreign powers are
supplying the Iranian regime with "reasons", and the Iranian regime uses this to galvanize the people behind their religious idiocracy. "
Unnamed countries are now responsible.
* - The dumb Iranian People -
"Yes but you would have to understand that most of them shouting those things are dumb as hell. Some don't have a
choice and have to eat... but most because they've been hit over the head by Mullahs since the day they were born...religious government...oh the
* - The ignorant Iranian people -
"...remember that dumb as hell crowd from before? The ones who are ignorant about many things but follow the
crowd? Well, if you were giving a speech to dumb folks, you'd need to keep the sentences as short as possible and as close to the intended sentiment
as possible. "
* - US Sanctions, not the Iranian mismangement -
"I don't know which world you live on but a sanction does hurt the people and it is the US
putting the sanction on Iran. "
Those Iranians shouting those things? Not really diminished mental capacity but it's pure ignorance. Why do you think the theocracy is
doing everything in its power to curb the free flow of information to the people? How long do you think this theocracy will last still?
That's a minority by the way. Not a majority. The majority of people are under 30 years old and do not like the Islamic regime.
And we have another shift in who is to blame and how intelligent the Iranian people are.
So just because a minority inside the country is ignorant because they were picked up from rural areas at a young age, got
Koran-thumped...the majority of the people deserve rolling blackouts in their capital? They have every right and it is completely THEIR business to
have a nuclear energy program. You nor anyone else has a say in this matter...really.
- You are unable to make up your mind as to who to
blame for whats going on in Iran. Humorous really...
Your question to me -
Answer this: Ever read works by Zbigniew Brzezinski? Simple question, yes or no will suffice.
My response to your question -
I know who he is and what he did, but I have not read any of his books. I do know he supported actions in foreign countries to counter Soviet
influence in the same areas. None of which has anything to do with the topic at hand does it?
Based on your argument thus far it appears you are saying that the US was the only country responsible for World War II and the cold war.
Who is he?
Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski (Polish: Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzeziński, pronounced [ˈzbʲiɡɲiɛf kaˈʑimʲiɛʐ bʐɛˈʑiɲski]; born March
28, 1928) is a Polish American political scientist, geostrategist, and statesman who served as United States National Security Advisor to President
Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981.
Major foreign policy events during his term of office included the normalization of relations with the People's Republic of China (and the severing of
ties with the Republic of China); the signing of the second Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT II); the brokering of the Camp David Accords; the
transition of Iran from an important U.S. client state to an anti-Western Islamic Republic, encouraging dissidents in Eastern Europe and emphasizing
certain human rights in order to undermine the influence of the Soviet Union; the financing of the mujahideen in Afghanistan in response to the
Soviet deployment of forces there (allegedly either to help deter a Russian invasion, or to deliberately increase the chance of such an
intervention occurring – or for both contradictory reasons simultaneously being embraced by separate U.S. officials) and the arming of these
rebels to counter the Soviet invasion; and the signing of the Torrijos-Carter Treaties relinquishing overt U.S. control of the Panama Canal after
Brzezinski is currently Robert E. Osgood Professor of American Foreign Policy at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies,
a scholar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and a member of various boards and councils. He appears frequently as an expert on
the PBS program The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, ABC News' This Week with Christiane Amanpour, and on MSNBC's Morning Joe, where his daughter, Mika
Brzezinski, is co-anchor.
In recent years, he has been a supporter of the Prague Process.
Your question and my response to your question, and your invocation of that in this thread is laughable. Even more so since you cant seem to make up
your own mind as to who is responsible for whats going on in Iran.
Let me help you out - again.
The issues in Iran are a direct result of the Government of Iran - plain and simple. But by all means continue your grasping at straws for blame, like
you did in that thread and this thread.
Iran, and the bulk of other nations in the ME, will get whats coming to them from their own younger generations who are done with the petty 12th
century attitude towards others with differing view points.
Ahmadinejad... Assad.... The line from Walkuryie comes to mind for them, as well as any other person who wants to be a Dictator in the ME.
"The picture will be unhung, and the man will be hung."
When you decide who is to blame let us know. Until then feel free to continue to blame all the issues on anyone within grasping at straws range. If
anyone wants a few more laughs there are about 4 other threads on virtually the same topic that blames others not listed from this thread.
Or is it your contention you never made these comments? Please let us know, so we can decide on whether or not to continue to read you rants while
playing the blame game.
By the way, you told me, twice now, to watch my tongue and know whom im talking to.
You have never bothered to tell us just who the hell you are - So how about you get around to that since after all you brought it up. Or were you
trying to mislead by intimidation in hopes of chasing me off by letting me think your are somehow significant?
Actually dont worry about answering, like Iran, you are insignificant.
Any opinion on Irans latest announcement that they have managed to get homicide bombers into the US?
Is that the act of a country who is being up front and transparent about their nuke program?
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