Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

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TEHRAN, Iran- Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad yesterday said the world would witness the destruction of Israel soon, the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported.

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chemical warfare agent precursors; chemical warfare agent production facility plans and technical drawings (provided as pesticide production facility plans); chemical warhead filling equipment; biological warfare related materials; missile fabrication equipment; and, missile-system guidance equipment…. Records available from the supplier for the period from 1985 until the present show that during this time, pathogenic (meaning ‘disease producing’), toxigenic (meaning ‘poisonous’), and other biological research materials were exported to Iraq pursuant to application and licensing by the U.S. Department of Commerce…. These exported biological materials were not attenuated or weakened and were capable of reproduction.”

The CIA’s final report, popularly known as the Duelfer Report after Charles Duelfer, who replaced David Kay as the head of the ISG, would later admit, after its failure to find WMD in Iraq, that “in 1991 and 1992, Iraq appears to have destroyed its undeclared stocks of BW weapons and probably destroyed remaining holdings of bulk BW agent.”

Returning to Powell’s claims that Iraq had “mobile production facilities used to make biological agents”, this allegation came from a single source, code-named “Curveball”, whom the CIA had never actually interviewed. The CIA had rather relied on German reporting, which had come complete with warnings that he was a drunk and that his claims couldn’t be corroborated. On May 30, 2003, several months after the invasion of Iraq, Bush declared that U.S. forces had “found the weapons of mass destruction”. They had “found biological laboratories”, he lied.“Remember when Colin Powell stood up in front of the world, and said Iraq has got laboratories, mobile labs to build biological weapons?”

He answered his own question,“[W]e’ve so far discovered two”, adding that “we’ll find more weapons as time goes on”. He then made a vain attempt to belittle his critics by saying,“But for those who say we haven’t found the banned manufacturing devices or banned weapons, they’re wrong. We found them.” Inconveniently for the administration, a British team investigated the trailers and concluded that nothing of the sort had been found. One biological weapons expert told The Observer,“They are not mobile germ warfare laboratories. You could not use them for making biological weapons. They do not even look like them. They are exactly what the Iraqis said they were—facilities for the production of hydrogen gas to fill balloons.” As it turned out, it was the U.K. that had sold the system, known as an Artillery Meteorological System, or “Amets”, to Iraq in 1987.

The nature of the U.S. case for war was aptly summarized in the minutes of a meeting of senior ministers of the British government on July 23, 2002, the infamous “Downing Street Memo”, which observed:“Military action was now seen as inevitable. Bush wanted to remove Saddam, through military action, justified by the conjunction of terrorism and WMD. But the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy.”
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Park Avenue; Money, Power and the American Dream.

An excellent documentary on the illusion of supposed economic freedom in the US, and how far off the current system is from democracy.
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The Advocate wrote:
Park Avenue; Money, Power and the American Dream.
An excellent documentary on the illusion of supposed economic freedom in the US, and how far off the current system is from democracy.
Why you have to read a book to know about American Democracy?

Just see the way USA used its "democracy" to get a majority to attack Iraq in 2003?

And the GWB the great's re-election in 2004!!

What else you want to know about so called democracy in USA?
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CIA Lies About Lies
The Iraq War and the Persistent Myth of ‘Intelligence Failure’

By Jeremy R. Hammond (Contd.)

Conclusion

The narrative that there was an “intelligence failure” leading up to the U.S. invasion of Iraq on March 19, 2003 cannot withstand the slightest scrutiny. The simple fact of the matter is that there was no evidence that Iraq still possessed WMD. The fact of the matter is that top experts in their respective fields within the U.S. intelligence community had correctly assessed that Iraq did not have WMD or ongoing WMD programs. The CIA’s judgments to the contrary were not the result of a “failure” within the intelligence community to correctly analyze and assess the evidence, but of a systematic effort to control information in order to limit “dissent” and stovepipe products to administration officials that would support the government’s official policy of regime change. In other words, the policy was not based on the intelligence, but the CIA’s intelligence products were rather based on the policy.

Understood in these terms, it becomes apparent that far from a “failure”, the government’s disinformation campaign designed to manufacture consent for war was a resounding success. The narrative of an “intelligence failure” attempts to pin responsibility on analysts within the intelligence community rather than on senior administration officials such as President George W. Bush, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and Secretary of State Colin Powell. It attempts to shift the blame for the lies of senior policymakers onto analysts who supposedly didn’t do their jobs correctly. But the truth of the matter is that analysts who did do their job were sidelined and silenced, while assessments from analysts like “Joe” who dishonestly touted the official line were stovepiped to policymakers in “intelligence” products containing judgments completely unsupported by the available evidence.

The narrative of “intelligence failure” attempts to obfuscate the truth of the matter, which is that senior government officials repeatedly lied and willfully deceived the public by making claims unsupported by evidence and by deliberately withholding any information that contradicted their allegations. Seen in this light, it becomes evident that the recently released CIA document is anything but a “mea culpa”. It is, on the contrary, just more of the same.

Jeremy R. Hammond is an independent political analyst and editor of Foreign Policy Journal, an online source for news, critical analysis, and opinion commentary on U.S. foreign policy. He was among the recipients of the 2010 Project Censored Awards for outstanding investigative journalism. foreignpolicyjournal.com
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Why you have to read a book to know about American Democracy?
Just see the way USA used its "democracy" to get a majority to attack Iraq in 2003?
And the GWB the great's re-election in 2004!!
What else you want to know about so called democracy in USA?
It's messed up and it's certainly not perfect--

but I would have democracy over any system of government any day.

If you so much as complain about the government in the KSA then you get sent to jail. For voicing an opinion!
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Iran and Hisbollah even never ever threatened Israel to exterminate Israel from the map. It's a propaganda made by Sunni islamists and and by the war addicted US armament industry!

Watch this interview
https://www.youtube.com/watch...

and read this:
why US media deliberately wrongly translate the speeches of iranian politicians!

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2006/...
http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/15...

Why isnt the US goverment mentioning that Saudi Arabia is the world's number 1 funder of terrorists?
Why never mentioning anything about the arab spring in saudi Arabia which was extremely brutally crashed by saudi arabian government ?
Why isn't the US media never mentioning that many saudi arabians want the extermination of Israel as well as palestinians?
Saudi arabia is allied with the US government and with the western oil industry!
But the Iranian government refuse to take the petro dollars, that's one of the main reason why western emdia keep on producing propaganda against Iran!
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It's messed up and it's certainly not perfect--
but I would have democracy over any system of government any day.
If you so much as complain about the government in the KSA then you get sent to jail. For voicing an opinion!
Then why is the US government cooperating with the most anti democratic regime in the Middle East called Saudi Arabia?
They are even fanatic anti democrats even much worse than the Iran regime!
The Saudi Arabian support the worldwide genocide on christians and on Jews and on black africans (Sudan)!

According to Wiki Lekas and many another alternative information sources Saudi Arabia is the world's number 1 funder of islamic terrorism!

Why aren't the UN or US government impose sanctions against Saudi Arabia?

It's similar to Azerbaijan. By far the most brutal and worst regimes in the caucasus region. But oil companies like ExxonMobil, Chevron, Moncrief Oil and even BP just dont care and ignore the facts that Azerbaijan's dictator Alyev kill thousands of opposition people every year!
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Anti-Imperialist wrote:
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Then why is the US government cooperating with the most anti democratic regime in the Middle East called Saudi Arabia?
They are even fanatic anti democrats even much worse than the Iran regime!
The Saudi Arabian support the worldwide genocide on christians and on Jews and on black africans (Sudan)!
According to Wiki Lekas and many another alternative information sources Saudi Arabia is the world's number 1 funder of islamic terrorism!
Why aren't the UN or US government impose sanctions against Saudi Arabia?
It's similar to Azerbaijan. By far the most brutal and worst regimes in the caucasus region. But oil companies like ExxonMobil, Chevron, Moncrief Oil and even BP just dont care and ignore the facts that Azerbaijan's dictator Alyev kill thousands of opposition people every year!
Because they ignore Saudi Arabia as the number 1 currier of favours via the oil vote. You please us, we give you our oil.

Funny thing, the Azerbaijani government gave a statue of Alyev to Avenida Reforma here in Mexico City but a lot of the people here (including yours truly) are now petitioning to remove the statue considering its paying homage to a ruthless dictator. What an embarrassment for Ebrard this is! And get this; the Azerbaijiani government has now threatened to sever ties with Mexico unless we keep the statue. Four billion in revenue from them lost over a fricking statue!

They say it's part of an Armenian plot to turn Mexico against Azerbaijan, but really, it's getting ridiculous!
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Correction, the statue is of Alyev's father...the dictator before him.
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What Does It Mean To Be a Slave?
A Few Questions to Ask….

By Eric Peters

September 10, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Debating the merits of a particular government policy or proposal with authoritarian-minded political opponents is pointless – if you’re hoping to persuade, at any rate. Far better to ask them a few apparently simple questions – and force them to confront the disquieting answers about the authoritarian nature of the political and social system they support.

For instance, you might ask what their view of slavery is. Is it morally wrong to own another human being? Probably, they will say it is wrong. Now ask: What does it mean to be a slave? Usually, they will tell you it means being the property of another. Now ask the killer follow-up: What does it mean to be the property of another?

Point out that it means having control over another person’s life – control of his actual person, his body. His mind, even.

To be in a position – to be entitled – to use violence to enforce compliance.

A slave is not at liberty to act as he wishes to act. He must do as he is told – and if he does not, he can expect physical punishment and that punishment will not be considered assault. The slave must accept his punishment.

There is no appeal, no recourse. He must bow low and submit – or risk the repercussions, which ultimately include death.

His only hope is escape.

The slave, most obviously, owns nothing – because he controls nothing. He may be allowed to use things. But the owner of these things – himself included – is someone else. Someone else gets to say yes – or no. When – and where. How – and how much. The slave has no real say – in that he is never in a position to say no. Not without consequences raining down upon him.

He merely obeys. Because he must obey.
The fact that his hands may hold the scythe does not mean the scythe is his. The fact that the effort of his body cuts the wheat does not mean the wheat is his. He is permitted to keep a portion. In principle, because in fact, the slave owns nothing that may not be taken away from him. At any time, for any reason. And he is powerless to do anything about it.

The slave’s dwelling, the clothes he wears – even his very body – are subject to arbitrary control against his will by another person or persons. This is the essence of what it means to be a slave.

Be sure your opponent accepts these points – which he must accept, because to not accept them is not unlike refusing to accept that 2 + 2 = four.

Now ask him whether he (or anyone else he knows) is free to determine the course of his own life. Or do others set down terms and conditions which he must obey?

Is he free to do business with whomever he chooses to do business? Or is he told exactly with whom he must do business – and under what conditions?
May he travel freely? Or is he required to travel with permission – and only under certain conditions? Must he carry ownership papers with him wherever he goes? And is it not true that if he is caught without these papers, he is subject to arrest and imprisonment for that reason alone?
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May he own things?

More precisely, is he permitted other than conditional use of things? For instance, that which he may think of as “his” home. If it is in fact “his,” then surely that means no one else has legal claim to it and cannot take it away from him once he has paid the original seller in full.

Ask him about the large payments he must make to others every year, forever, in order to be allowed to remain on “his” property. Remind him that plantation slaves also had homes – in the sense that they were allowed conditional use of dwellings. Dwellings ultimately owned by someone else.

The slaves were permitted to use these dwellings so long as their labor provided enough return to the true owners of the dwelling. A slave who refused to work – who declined to make payments in the form of his labor then (and tax payments now) would soon discover who the true owner of “his” dwelling really was.

Just as today.

Ask whether he is compelled to give up whatever portion of the fruits of his labors others decide they are entitled to – and how this differs from the slave in the field being forced to pick cotton for the benefit of others .... Ask him what he thinks will happen if he declines to hand over the fruits of his labor….

Ask whether he is at liberty to do as he wills even with his own poor body. May he freely choose to treat his body’s ailments as he sees fit? Or will he be chained and jailed if he treats himself in other than the “lawful” manner?Ask whether he knows that he may be forcibly taken from his home if he declines to be “treated” in the manner prescribed by others.

Who, then, owns his body? His very person? If I have the power to compel you to do – or not do – then is it not a fact that to some degree at least, I am your owner?And in that case, are you not a slave?

The control need not be vicious or even mean. The owner of a beloved dog is no less the owner of the animal by dint of the fact that he treats it kindly and tends to its needs. The dog is not at liberty to come and go as it pleases. It is allowed to use certain items – an old sofa, for example – and not other things. It does not own anything.

It is owned.

Neither did the plantation slave own anything. And many had benevolent masters – for example, Thomas Jefferson – who tried to treat them with kindness, as they saw it. Who saw themselves as parents of subnormal adult children in need of guidance – and restraint. This benevolent treatment, however, in no way made the slaves other than slaves.

Behind the gentle guiding hand, always the whip.
As it is today – with the exception that today’s slaves are unaware of their condition and imagine themselves to be free. Its subtlety is its genius. Instead of individual plantations, there is one consolidated plantation called “our country.” But we are owned nonetheless.

It is immaterial that we are not normally chained… if the chains may be put on at the first hint of disobedience.

That we are allowed use of more (and nicer) things than the slaves of the past does not in any way change the fact that they are just as owned (because just as controlled) by someone else – and may be taken away at any moment, if the true owners so choose.

Our cotton fields are the cubicles of the modern office; our overseers called by different names. But their job is what it has always been: To make sure we toil, submit and obey. And if we do not….

Well, we all know the answer to that one.

Throw it in the Woods?

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An excellent documentary on the illusion of supposed economic freedom in the US, and how far off the current system is from democracy.
There has never been freedom . Just a degree of comfort and choices for most people. Whats the differance between slavery and exchange . Western countries are not perfect but the system beats anything else out there including stupid mugs dream murhumna land islam. If Plato couldnt work it out in the republic its not fair to expect our resident cut and paste muslim to.
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Democracy no doubt has many good points, but it has fatal flaws in it, since it disregards Divine Guidance.
A controlled democracy is what we actually need and that is what is provided in islam.
A democracy which re-elects GWB the Great and Tony Blair has some fatal flaws in it.
A democracy in which "majority" votes for invasion of Iraq in 2003 has some fatal flaws in it.
And nobody in your country is thinking about how to rectify those flaws, are they?
Why only in KSA, even in USA I could be arrested and sent to GITMO if I say I am a member of Al Qaeda and praise Osama bin Laden!!
egypt will show how the murhmna governs already morsi is preparing to assume the roll of supreme arseholla if he and the murhumna party can get away with it. I do admire the courage of the people making a stand against him. They run the risk of proper torture not water play as carried out in getmo. Who are you to state what we actully need keep it to yourself next thimg your be saying allah has told me that an islamic goverment is all we need to put things right. Thats funny hitler said the same thing only he wanted a nazi goverment. What do you think the idlogical differances are between nazis and islamofachiests are? Does allah talk to the prophet mug?

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<quoted text> egypt will show how the murhmna governs already morsi is preparing to assume the roll of supreme arseholla if he and the murhumna party can get away with it. I do admire the courage of the people making a stand against him. They run the risk of proper torture not water play as carried out in getmo. Who are you to state what we actully need keep it to yourself next thimg your be saying allah has told me that an islamic goverment is all we need to put things right. Thats funny hitler said the same thing only he wanted a nazi goverment. What do you think the idlogical differances are between nazis and islamofachiests are? Does allah talk to the prophet mug?
And what does your mindless rant have to do with NAZI ISRAEL?
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And what does your mindless rant have to do with NAZI ISRAEL?
Iran is run by murhumnas and arsehollas some of them as mad as frogs. Playing with dodgy russian made nuclear trying to make a bomb. They are supply rockets to the palistian murhumnas to fire at the Jews.Palistinians that have been betrayed by their own brothers but for their gangsta leadership.
As you call them nazi Isrealis have showen great restraint because the murhumna ever can overcome the IDF the genocide would be total and the likes of mug would rejoice. Iran is an excelent example of a dog shite islamic goverment.
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Unlike an 'unrepentant' Ahmadinejad,Israel will endure FOREVER.
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w wman uk wrote:
<quoted text> egypt will show how the murhmna governs already morsi is preparing to assume the roll of supreme arseholla if he and the murhumna party can get away with it. I do admire the courage of the people making a stand against him. They run the risk of proper torture not water play as carried out in getmo. Who are you to state what we actully need keep it to yourself next thimg your be saying allah has told me that an islamic goverment is all we need to put things right. Thats funny hitler said the same thing only he wanted a nazi goverment. What do you think the idlogical differances are between nazis and islamofachiests are? Does allah talk to the prophet mug?
You do not admire the courage of people for standing out against Israel and its oppressive army?

Why this double standard?
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Children Who Sell Themselves

By SONIA FALEIRO

September 10, 2012 "New York Times" ---- PATNA, INDIA — While investigating child labor in India last month for a book, I found myself in the northern state of Bihar, an established source of children for trafficking networks.

Here, alongside the expected stories of abduction, I heard of another unexpected and heartbreaking path to servitude. Children as young as 10 had begun to directly offer themselves to traffickers because they could no longer go hungry.

I met 14-year-old Arun Kumar, who told me of his experience.

Kumar lives with his uncle and two younger siblings in Amni village, a day’s journey by bus from Patna, the Bihar state capital.

Two days before we met, Kumar had been returned home by a local nonprofit organization, supported by Save the Children, from a rice mill in the state of Haryana, where he had been working 18-hour days, seven days a week. He had been paid 800 rupees (a bit less than $20) a month.

On a rare day, he said, a machine would break down and the workers would be shooed out for a “holiday.”“I’d walk to the next village about an hour away,” he said,“to buy biscuits.”

The nonprofit organization first entreated, then threatened the factory owner with a noisy protest outside his mill.“I paid for him,” the owner argued, before finally releasing Kumar.

This was not the first time the organization sprang Kumar — he had been brought home from a another rice mill last year. The police were not approached either time, since it’s understood that they’re paid off by traffickers.

When I asked Kumar who had sent him to the mill, he said:“No one. I went because I wanted to.”

Kumar told me that although his uncle worked, there was not enough money for more than one one meal a day.

Better-off families in Amni eat twice a day. The village has never had electricity, running water or land to cultivate. There are no opportunities for education or employment, and the upper-caste families in the neighboring village routinely coopt government provisions meant to alleviate the grim, hard lives of Amni’s lower-caste Dalit families.

Poverty has traditionally fed child labor. India has an estimated 17 million child laborers, many of whom are visible in roadside restaurants, bakeries and car repair shops. Urban Indians assume that these children are either locals sent to work by their parents to earn a little extra cash, or runaways.

The truth is that a many of them are trafficked through massive networks. The poverty of the country, the children’s needs, the public’s blind eye and the profits of this illegal trade afford these networks immunity from India’s child labor laws.

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The networks pay middlemen to find victims not just in the urban sprawls of cities like Delhi or Haryana, where child laborers are in high demand for work in mills, factories and private homes, but in far-off towns and villages where poverty pushes people to the brink. Because recruiters are so numerous, children like Kumar can approach them on their own, sometimes without even their parents knowing.

Kumar knew life in Amni had no promise, but the fact that he simply did not have enough to eat led him to seek what he called a “labor contractor.” He spoke to a few people who’d made it all the way to Haryana and back, a distance of over 22 hours by train. They were all children between the ages of 10 and 15; like him, they all believed they needed to work to survive.

Even though child labor laws prohibit the employment of children under 14, the contractor not only hired Kumar on the spot, but also gave him an advance of 1,000 rupees ($20). That’s a small fortune for a hungry village child, and almost a month’s wages for an adult manual laborer.

Kumar soon learned that he was being paid much less than adults for the same work at the mill, and that some of the tasks he was assigned, such as operating heavy machinery, were dangerous. This was also a violation of the law. But he said he was grateful for the opportunity.

The fact that he was made to return home against his wishes not once but twice doesn’t perturb Kumar. The activists of the nonprofit must follow their conscience, he believes. But then, so must he.

“When the vegetables run out,” Kumar says.“We eat plain rotis”— an unleavened bread.“And when the rotis run out I will return to work.”

Sonia Faleiro is the author of “Beautiful Thing: Inside the Secret World of Bombay’s Dance Bars.”
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You do not admire the courage of people for standing out against Israel and its oppressive army?
Why this double standard?
The fact is that they are the palistinian youth who have had their spirit courupted by the gangsta leadership. The people l admire are the palistinians who have the great courage to speak out against the hammas and hezz leadership and swim against the ride of hatred.

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