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While Burton may have been referring to either Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad or Ayatollah Khamenei in his reference to "A-Dogg" having a "helo malfunction," courtesy of Mossad
Originally posted by schuyler
The idea that "A-Dogg" is the Prez is an analysis by the article writer, not a direct reference to what Burton said. The writer even admits A-Dogg could mean a couple of other people. Obama is not the only one who rides around in a helicopter. Even the King of Jordan does that, though he flies it himself. The article writer makes a great many assumptions and accusations towards Burton and Friedman, none of which are attributed. In other words, this is a leftist opinion piece. Nothing wrong with that, but this is not objective analysis in any sense of the word. Use accordingly.
As US citizens, aren't we legally allowed to overthrow a government or president by force if they don't follow the Constitution or commit various crimes?
b) Special internal codewords : Hizzies or HZ - Hizbollah Izzies or IZ - Israel A-dogg - Mahmoud Ahmadinajad,
A separate email dated January 25, 2010, also refers to the death of Masoud Ali Mohammadi. Based on a conversation with a former colleague of Masoud Ali Mohammadi, a Stratfor employee wrote, “He thinks A-dogg‘s [Mahmoud Ahmadinajad] camp had him whacked and thinks HZ [Hizbollah] operatives did it.”
This email also contained the following statement: “Ali Mohammadi was a true believer of the system, but when A-dogg came to power he began to lose faith in the system and started to become more politically active. Ali Mohammadi started to become really active about three years ago and would gather students for rallies.”
Originally posted by Gorsebeacon
I am white and it wouldn't fail because the whites would follow me. Duh.
Originally posted by Figzer
reply to post by Figzer
We're smarter now
While Burton may have been referring to either Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad or Ayatollah Khamenei in his reference to "A-Dogg" having a "helo malfunction," courtesy of Mossad, the spelling of "Dogg" indicates a racial reference. Burton spells "dog" as "Dogg," a likely reference to the rapper "Snoop Dogg." The "A" in "A-Dogg" would indicate that he referring to an "A" or "top Dog," a possible reference to President Obama. Nevertheless, Ahmadinejad and Khamenei do occasionally travel around Iran by helicopter.