Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

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. Full Story
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38053 Feb 25, 2013
jim wrote:
<quoted text> MAN WHY ARE YOU SATANIC OR ALLAH LOVERS GONNA QUITE SPREADING YOUR SATANIC LISE???????? You well know iran is trying to go nuke, G-d willing he will blow the dome at the same time he knocks out irans nuke program and today would not be so soon
Great post ,Jim.
see the light

El Paso, TX

#38054 Feb 25, 2013
Well if Israel's end is near, yours right after.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38055 Feb 25, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
And Mexico even hosted Olympics game as for back as 1968!!
And half of Western USA was at one time Mexico!!
But the "bad luck" for Mexico is that it is "next door neighbor" to USA and USA will not have any of his next door neighbor to flourish as a strong and independent country.
Look at Canada...it must tow the US line...where US army goes, Canada must follow....like the Mary and her little wooly lamb.
The "problem" with Mexico is that they want to be independent from US and its influence.
That they belong to a different race is immaterial...that their hands are dripping with the blood of those Red Indians also does not matter....
What matters is that they have lots and lots of oil....but on poverty scale in the world, they are ranked?
That's just false information about Canada. I've been in Canada many times and they are quite independent on many issues. Their economy is more socialistic than the US . The real issue here is whether Ahmadinejad is right or wrong about Israel's demise. Ahmadinejad won't be around too much longer anyway as they are having new presidential elections soon.

“bless the USA”

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#38056 Feb 25, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> That's just false information about Canada. I've been in Canada many times and they are quite independent on many issues. Their economy is more socialistic than the US . The real issue here is whether Ahmadinejad is right or wrong about Israel's demise. Ahmadinejad won't be around too much longer anyway as they are having new presidential elections soon.
It is futile to debate Muq, but ever so easy to win.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38057 Feb 25, 2013
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>
It is futile to debate Muq, but ever so easy to win.
Absolutely !! I love your State of Alabama. I have vacationed there several times in the last 3 years.
The Advocate

Mexico, Mexico

#38058 Feb 25, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
If you invite Isreal to any Olympic games, you should be ready to face all consequences.
If they do daily killings in Palestine, men, women and children and feel "no one can touch them"....then they have to think twice.
Best thing is to ban them from such events and you will have peaceful games.
I would do that if I am incharge of IOC!!
And yet you cannot say the same for the US, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Myanmar, Egypt, or Cuba. Your double standards are appalling. And it's outrageous that you show such disrespect for the 72. Are not Israelis allowed to mourn their dead? Is it not human to grieve for husbands, sons, brothers? Your double standards are revolting and yet you claim to be against racism. It goes against the very spirit of the Olympics -- promoting world UNITY.

What did those athletes ever do to anyone? Does being an athlete amount to having a political agenda? Does being an athlete automatically spell disaster for the world? So now what, every time a soccer player kicks a ball it triggers a famine in Africa?
The Advocate

Mexico, Mexico

#38059 Feb 25, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> That's just false information about Canada. I've been in Canada many times and they are quite independent on many issues. Their economy is more socialistic than the US . The real issue here is whether Ahmadinejad is right or wrong about Israel's demise. Ahmadinejad won't be around too much longer anyway as they are having new presidential elections soon.
I find it hilarious that the thread debates Ahmadinejad when he's only a spokesman, a puppet, for the real power in Iranian politics; the Ayatollah and the council he heads.
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38060 Feb 25, 2013
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http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

Who Lost the World?

The Curious Case of How Libya Became an Election Issue

By Ira Chernus

October 30, 2012 "Information Clearing House" - Who lost Libya? Indeed, who lost the entire Middle East? Those are the questions lurking behind the endless stream of headlines about “Benghazi-gate.” Here’s the question we should really ask, though: How did a tragic but isolated incident at a U.S. consulate, in a place few Americans had ever heard of, get blown up into a pivotal issue in a too-close-to-call presidential contest?

My short answer: the enduring power of a foreign policy myth that will not die, the decades-old idea that America has an inalienable right to “own” the world and control every place in it. I mean, you can’t lose what you never had.

This campaign season teaches us how little has changed since the early Cold War days when Republican stalwarts screamed,“Who lost China?” More than six decades later, it’s still surprisingly easy to fill the political air with anxiety by charging that we’ve “lost” a country or, worse yet, a whole region that we were somehow supposed to “have.”

The “Who lost...?” formula is something like a magic trick. There’s no way to grasp how it works until you take your eyes away from those who are shouting alarms and look at what’s going on behind the scenes.
Who’s in Charge Here?

The curious case of the incident in Benghazi was full of surprises from the beginning. It was the rare pundit who didn’t assure us that voters wouldn’t care a whit about foreign affairs this year. It was all going to be “the economy, stupid,” 24/7. And if foreign issues did create a brief stir, surely the questions would be about Afghanistan, Pakistan, or China.

Yet for weeks, the deaths of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, and three other Americans became the rallying cry of the campaign to unseat Barack Obama. What made this even more surprising: when news of the tragedy first broke, it appeared to be stillborn as a political issue.

The day after the attack on the consulate, as the news about the killings was just coming out, Mitt Romney rushed to blast his opponent:“American leadership is necessary to ensure that events in the region don’t spin out of control.” A president must show “resolve in our might” and a readiness to use “overwhelming force.” Barack Obama had failed on all these counts, Romney charged, and the deaths in Benghazi proved it.

The Republican presidential candidate was duly blasted in return for “politicizing” the incident. It seemed like almost everyone chimed in critically. Even longtime Republican stalwart Ed Rogers wrote that “Romney stumbled,” while “the president said the right things and had the right tone.”

Romney never retracted anything he said on that first day -- and somehow the same words, once scorned as unfitting and “unpresidential,” were mysteriously transformed into powerful arguments against reelecting the incumbent. A month later, a new story dominated the headlines: Romney’s criticisms on Libya were now said to be hitting the target, changing the dynamic, playing a major role in his campaign’s resurgence.

MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38061 Feb 25, 2013
(contd.

This change of tune surely reflected in part the media’s primal need for a close presidential contest to keep the public’s interest. At the time of the Libyan incident it was generally agreed that Obama was beginning to pull ahead in the race, potentially decisively, and anything that might boost Romney’s chance was undoubtedly welcome on an editor’s desk.

No matter how hard editors try, though, some stories just don’t stick. But the Libya story stuck. It struck a chord somewhere in the hearts and minds of a lot of Americans. You have to wonder why.

A big part of the answer lies in the power of the key words in Romney’s first statement:“might” and “control.” His strategists grasped a fundamental truth of American politics: The public has an endless appetite for gripping stories about challenges to America’s global might and its right to control the world. So they doubled down and sent their man out to tell the story again.

USA and Israel go to hell

Crna Gora, Montenegro

#38062 Feb 25, 2013
Iran is great nation.
Fight against Jewish parasires...
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38063 Feb 25, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
<quoted text>
I find it hilarious that the thread debates Ahmadinejad when he's only a spokesman, a puppet, for the real power in Iranian politics; the Ayatollah and the council he heads.
Like you say, his role is just basically a puppet for the kingpin, Khamanei. He's been deviating somewhat at times, from Khamanei.He might be on shaky ground. We'll see for sure after the elections that take place in the near future.
The Advocate

Mexico, Mexico

#38064 Feb 25, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> Like you say, his role is just basically a puppet for the kingpin, Khamanei. He's been deviating somewhat at times, from Khamanei.He might be on shaky ground. We'll see for sure after the elections that take place in the near future.
Presidential elections won't change the Ayatollah's position any time soon unless he dies. Same thing that happened to Khomeini.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38065 Feb 25, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
<quoted text>
Presidential elections won't change the Ayatollah's position any time soon unless he dies. Same thing that happened to Khomeini.
His position is fairly secure barring the unforeseen.

“bless the USA”

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#38066 Feb 25, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> Absolutely !! I love your State of Alabama. I have vacationed there several times in the last 3 years.
i love my entire country, but Alabama is where we retired. Were my kids not all over the mainland, we would have settled ih Hawaii.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38067 Feb 25, 2013
Kenhunt wrote:
<quoted text>i love my entire country, but Alabama is where we retired. Were my kids not all over the mainland, we would have settled ih Hawaii.
I've been in 40 of the 50 states and all the Canadian provinces from Ontario straight westwards to British Columbia . I do have my favorites. I am very attracted to the ocean. I love the Gulf of Mexico.
Gray

Richmond, VA

#38068 Feb 25, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
<quoted text>

(THIS PAID, FULL TIME HASBARAT REFUSES TO RESPOND TO ANY FACTUAL, DOCUMENTED COMMENT....BECAUSE IT CAN'T!!!)

Why should ANYONE respond/answer ANY of you Fact- Free, Full Time, Paid, & scripted Hasbarats who are hired to distort, Lie about your Criminal, Terrorist State, Incite anti Muslim Bigotry, and foment Wars for Israel using American Blood

FOR EXAMPLE:
"Let me ask you this; what apparently distinguishes zionism from any other form of nationalism to you?"

- I said ULTRA -Nationalist like Israel's Nazi/Zionist "Founders; a FACT YOU CANNOT REFUTE!

You PAID, FULL TIME, TRAINED HASBARATS are Programmed to NOT respond honestly with documented facts defending "Israel's" Criminality...BECAUSE YOU CAN'T!!!

Because you PAID, FULL TIME HASBARATS cannot refute ANYTHING I've written & documented, you're Trained to whine: "ANTI-SEMITE", "Terrorist", "Hate Site" or "Someone else is worse!

EVERY source that doesn't have C.A.M.E.R.A.'s imprimatur is a "Hate Site".
-----
FOR EXAMPLE:

These few recent WAR CRIMES by your CRIMINAL U.S. Subsidized Terrorist State are Indefensible.

Your Zionist Regime has exceeded ANY other country in its 60 Years of Systematic Extermination. Mainstream Israeli society is SO DEMENTED that THESE Images are "Popular"

“‘My first bullet, his last breath’: Instagram reveals dark side of Israeli army (PHOTOS)”
http://rt.com/news/palestine-israel-soldiers-...

EXCERPT “Disturbing photos that show IDF soldiers enjoying their dominance over Palestinians in the occupied territories have caused a huge public outcry. They also triggered an online search for more such content posted by Israeli troops in social media.
Days after the infamous picture of a Palestinian boy in the crosshairs of a rifle went viral on the web, similar photos made by Israeli troops in the West Bank have been discovered on Instagram by bloggers." CONTINUED

“ISRAEL PAVES THE WAY FOR KILLING BY REMOTE CONTROL”
http://www.thenational.ae/news/world/middle-e...

EXCERPT “It is called Spot and Shoot. Operators sit in front of a TV monitor from which they can control the action with a PlayStation-style joystick. The aim: to kill." CONTINUED

ONLY a Zionist would call a Kid Killing handle a "JOY stick....Sick Bastards!

ANOTHER KID KILLER IN KOSHER COMFORT IS:

“NEW COMBAT ROBOTS READY FOR GAZA GROUND OFFENSIVE”
http://www.australiansforpalestine.net/71983
EXCERPT"As part of its preparations for an upcoming ground invasion of the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army is planning to use in combat for the first time ever an unmanned ground vehicle, their new death-gadget....CONTINUED,
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Hasbarats don't "Refute" or "Debate" in defense of their Terrorist "State" Because.....THEY CAN'T

Watch THIS hasbarat NOT Respond for some flimsy "reason"!
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38070 Feb 26, 2013
Gary wrote:
That's just false information about Canada. I've been in Canada many times and they are quite independent on many issues. Their economy is more socialistic than the US . The real issue here is whether Ahmadinejad is right or wrong about Israel's demise. Ahmadinejad won't be around too much longer anyway as they are having new presidential elections soon.
Ans.

I did not mean that Canada is a puppet of USA in every thing.

On foreign policy, Canada just toes the US lines.

Their economy is mostly controlled by USA, the same standards and the same practices.

But you are right, Canadians are still controlled by British, their Queen is their Queen, so there is some sort of "britishness" left in them.

Ahmadinejad has only put a principle which is proven by history. That any country or society which is built on mischief, tyrant, injustice and corruption on land, has but a short leash of time.

The presents materialistic / Zionist / Atheist / state of Isreal is all these qualities personified. How it could have a longer leash of life.

It has to end, it has to end. The question is when?

They have just got a respite of 60 odd years after 2000 years of persecution, the question is how much time will God give them before the next cycle of persecution?

The question is not if, it is when?

Ahmadinejad s will come and go, but the law of rise and fall of nations shall remain same.
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38071 Feb 26, 2013
Advocate wrote:
01. And yet you cannot say the same for the US, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Myanmar, Egypt, or Cuba. Your double standards are appalling. And it's outrageous that you show such disrespect for the 72. Are not Israelis allowed to mourn their dead? Is it not human to grieve for husbands, sons, brothers? Your double standards are revolting and yet you claim to be against racism. It goes against the very spirit of the Olympics -- promoting world UNITY.

02. What did those athletes ever do to anyone? Does being an athlete amount to having a political agenda? Does being an athlete automatically spell disaster for the world? So now what, every time a soccer player kicks a ball it triggers a famine in Africa?
Ans.

01. I did not show any disrespect to those athletes killed in Munich.

02. Do you respect any athletes killed in Palestine?

03. Why only you see only Jews as innocents killed in any incident.

04. They are the aggressors, they have taken over the lands and homes of Palestinians and driven them out of their homes and lands.

05. And instead of having feeling of pain for them, you people always keep on supporting Isreal and Jews and Zionists.

06. I do not support killing of any innocent person, but you are living in a real world. The aggrieved party takes action to draw the world attention to their plight.

07. These Palestinians tried every means to get peaceful solution to their problem, but their every move is blocked by the Bid daddy, USA by using their veto in security council. So far USA has used its veto more than 30 times , all to defend Isreal.

08. Instead of solving the root cause of problem, you people only project Isreal as the aggrieved party as if it has done nothing and only defending itself.

Why it stops acting like a bully and goes back to 1948 boundaries which it was allotted in 1948 and takes back all those displaced from there?

And why cant a UNO force be placed around Isreal and protects it?

Why Israel is "Allowed" to occupy whatever land it acquires in wars, whereas as per International law, every nation should go back to its boundaries when the wars are over.

Why ONLY Isreal should be an exception to this rule?

Because of Big Daddy granting its every wish or the Big Daddy is itself afraid from Jewish / Zionist lobby?
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38072 Feb 26, 2013
According to the news, Ahmadinejad's tenure as President of Iran is coming to a close as Ayatollah Khamanei repertedly chooses his successor. Dr. Ghollam Ali Haddad , an academic and Islamic scholar. Not exactly a democratic election like most of us here are familiar with.
ocxz

Saint-denis, Reunion

#38074 Feb 26, 2013
Gary wrote:
According to the news, Ahmadinejad's tenure as President of Iran is coming to a close as Ayatollah Khamanei repertedly chooses his successor. Dr. Ghollam Ali Haddad , an academic and Islamic scholar. Not exactly a democratic election like most of us here are familiar with.
Ahmadinejad is toast.
He is seriously at odds with Khameiny.

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