Thursday, December 23, 2004

Iran and Syria ADMIT they're an axis


DAMASCUS, Dec 23 (KUNA) -- Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi affirmed ‏ on Thursday necessity of continuous coordination between Iran and Syria and ‏ ‏confirmed that his talks with President Bashar Al-Assad dealt with Iraqi ‏ ‏issues.‏

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Inheriting Syria said...

Carter Iran Israel war connection
Dear LA Times Reporter Maggie Farley, maggie.farley@latimes.com

Jimmy Carter and Iran think about the same in regards to Israel’s connection to the war.

I saw former President Jimmy Carter being interviewed about his newest book “Palestine Peace Not Apartheid” which just came out in November 2006. Former President Carter seems to have a lot in common with Iran’s President Mahmound Ahmadinejad. Needless to say if their is anyone who should have a repugnance to Iran it is former President Carter.

Two similarities came to my mind when I read LA Times reporter Maggie Farley, maggie.farley@latimes.com on November 30, 2006. She wrote Iran’s President said that:

1. U.S. backing for Israel is the key difference that alienates the U.S. from much of the Middle East.

2. Bush administration overly supports Israel and Israel controls a substantial portion of the media sectors.

I realize that most people worldwide do not have time to read books and thus believe what the major news media(s) claim.

I have not received by order of Carters book yet thus the above comments are based only on my understandings.

Carter claims he wrote the book in order to have an intellectual exchange of ideas and inform the American people.

Maggie Farley writes that the Bush administration dismissed President Ahmadinejad’s statements as a “public relation’s stunt”.

In my mind President Ahmadinejad’s statements is a “High Quality public relation’s achievement”. But I suspect the LA Times or any other major news outlet would NOT print such skillfulness that demands bipartisan negotiations to help stop the war at the expense of Israel’s land grab and America’s oil grab.

Carl G. Mueller, Nam 68 (909) 866-9310
PO Box 120707
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

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One basic note of corruption is confusion. Rational argument is used, not to clarify, but as a trap, to foster confusion and to nurture it as a major weapon against the fighters of corruption. Confusion, it would seem, is a prime weapon for distraction from the truth.