Thursday, December 6, 2007

Iran's NIE

I have been busy with exams and didn't have time to add much to what other pundits have said about this latest stupid NIE report on Iran's nuclear weapon program but it really doesn't matter much what the entire world, especially anti-Bush/America idiots, say with respect to the Iran's NIE report. What matters to most of us here and inside of Iran is the recent statement by President Bush on Tuesday saying:
    "Look, Iran was dangerous, Iran is dangerous, and Iran will be dangerous if they have the knowledge necessary to make a nuclear weapon."
Israeli and French governments have not fallen in the trap yet. And moreover this report made by the Washington based bureaucrats makes no sense at all. Given the history of what rogue elements within CIA and the US State Dept have been doing in the past few years to undermine President Bush administration, I am not surprised to hear this nonsense at all. This new NIE report was co-sponsored by the Democrats in the US House of Representatives that are so eager to see Bush and America defeated and humiliated on the world stage that they've no shame to go this far to humiliate American image around the world... Any how, here are great articles on this latest findings which raise many good questions with regards to the credibility of this NIE report:

Michael Rubin, Max Boot, and Gabriel Schoenfeld, Norman Podhoretz, Ambassador Bolton and Michael Ledeen.


Iran Survey 2008 online! said...

Are we ready for democracy? Great Iran Survey 2008

Dear friend,

just imagine, all Iranians could express their opinion about the political and cultural situation in our country publicly and online. Not tomorrow or in a few years, but right now.

My name is Schahram Schamsawary, I am a Facial Surgeon living in Germany. I have started a short survey about Iranian´s attitude towards politics concerning our homecountry. We Iranians have vivid discussions about our own, but do we really know, what iranians think? What do they think about about religion, democracy, the revolution, what do they wish in the future? Do Iranians in Iran have different opinions about these topics compared to those outside of Iran? When I visited Iran in 2003 , I put pictures of young people, especially from young woman online (with the friendly support of to draw peoples attention to the young people´s and woman´s situation. The more positive resonance was amazing, so I decided to go ahead with this second project.?

Let me tell you a few words about who I am and about my intention. In my view Iranians are more democratic than any other people in the middle east. I think, that the media in Europe pay nearly no attention to that fact. So it is us, that we have to draw the media´s attention to that fact. It is not enough to keep this information between us. So what we should have are numbers and facts. This is why I decided to start this big survey. The more Iranians take part, the more we can do for us. Please notice, that I neither belong to a political party or organization nor I want to belong to any of them. I am working on this project alone, I belong to the free iranian network community as you. Please move this message forward to everyone you know, in the world and especially in Iran, who would take part.
I am inviting all Iranians to take part to find out, what we really wish for Iran. The survey already has started, after the first 24 hours Iranians from Scandinavia, the US, India-Pakistan and Iran itself have taken part. I have seen already the first results and find them very encouraging, showing their deep desire for living in a democracy. Please take you time read the following text and take part. Do you have the possibility to spread the news among the bloggersIf I could convince you, please click on: or the direct path to the survey:

For Iranians outside of Iran:

For Iranians in inside of Iran:

The first results will be published in 8 weeks.

Thank you very much, for taking part,

Schahram Schamsawary

amir said...

Can I make a suggestion? In the "ABOUT ME" section of your blog, please have the "Iranian" removed. That clarifies things a bit.

Winston said...

No, dude, you can't make a suggestion. Mullahs' supporters can't make any suggestion.