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Putin – Iran assassination plot a bid to ‘wreck’ visit.

Posted by QB on October 18, 2007

Vladimir Putin on his assassination plot in Iran were to “wreck” his landmark visit to Iran. The chances are that CIA and Mossad release this news to stop Putin trip to Iran, or maybe it was Bush and Ehud Olmert the main minds behind this “suicide killing” news. Putin is intelligent enough not to cancel his visit to Iran.

“It was nothing other than an attempt to wreck the visit,” Putin said Thursday during a televised question-and-answer session, referring to a report ahead of his visit to Tehran on Tuesday that suicide bombers were planning to assassinate him there.“It’s harmful for international relations because direct dialogue with states where there are problems are always more productive and a quicker path to success than the path of threats, sanctions or even force,” Putin said.Putin’s comment echoed the reaction of Iran’s foreign ministry, which dismissed the report of the plot as an attempt by “enemies” to break up relations between Russia and Iran.“The reports in some media are completely without foundation and part of a psychological war waged by enemies to disrupt relations between Iran and Russia,” foreign ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini told AFP.

Bush must learn diplomacy from Putin. The majority of Democrats and Republicans also need to learn the foreign relations and diplomacy, all they have to do is borrow some common sense as none of them have his ability. The Presidential candidates have no common sense, common sense is missing in the Congress, Bush cabinet doesn’t have any common sense. All they how to talk tough threatening the whole world. USA has become the menace of the world. This is because the majority of Americans elect the corrupt charismatic lairs for the highest level of their government.

Putin bluntly commented that US wanted to seized the Iraqi Oil.

President Vladimir Putin, in his latest jab at Washington, suggested Thursday that the U.S. military campaign in Iraq was a “pointless” battle against the Iraqi people, aimed in part at seizing the country’s oil reserves.
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Bush warn Turkey not to take Military Action. Turkish Parliament Approved Military Action in Northern Iraq.

Posted by QB on October 17, 2007

Turkish parliament majority approved cross border offensive against Kurdish terrorist with 507-19 votes in favor of taking action. Bush regime with puppet Iraqi government are urging Turkey to solve the crisis with negotiations instead of taking military action. Bush who invaded Afghanistan and Iraq rejecting all diplomatic negotiations is now want the negotiations. The Turkish government now have the approval of their parliament to go after Kurdish terrorists but the chances are they will use it as the last option on the table by crossing Iraq border. They will increase their air strikes into mountains where these Kurds terrorists are hiding. Kurds if responded with counter attacks in Turkey than there is a possibility of Turkish military will move into Northern Iraq.Turkish Prime Minister indicated this many times in last few day that after getting parliament approval does not mean that they will move into Iraq immediately, Prime Minster also insists that his country has the right to defend itself and its citizens against terrorism. Kurdish are the big problem for Turkey, Syria and Iran and Syrian President Bashar Al Assad support Turkey decision to take military action.

US President George W. Bush strongly urged Turkey on Wednesday not to carry out cross-border strikes on Kurdish separatist fighters based in nearby Iraq.“We are making it very clear to Turkey that we don’t think it is in their interests to send troops into Iraq,” he said at a White House press conference.
“There’s a better way to deal with the issue than having the Turks send massive troops into the country — massive additional troops into the country,” the president said.

Bush you mass murderer this is what the whole world was advising you “not to invade Iraq” but you were barking like mad dog and did not listen to any intelligent advice. Kurdish terrorists gained courage and become more aggressive when Bush senior impose no fly zone with Kurds autonomous government in the North, in other words the Kurdish terrorists are the creation of Dad Bush. Iraqi Kurds government that Turkish vote to seek authorization for incursion in Northern Iraq will be illegal. The following statement by Iraq Kurd government is really funny.

“If the Turkish parliament gives the authorisation to the army to enter another country, we consider this illegal and a violation of international law and the United Nations’ charter,” Abdullah told AFP.

Abdullah is hypocrite SOB like majority of people in power, what about 180,000 foreign troops who invaded your country with the approval of their Congress, was that legal. not violation of international law and United Nations charter. Abdullah, Iraq is still under illegal criminal occupation, these double standards make me sick. The Kurds after getting autonomous status in Iraq now working to create independent Kurdish state which include Syria, Iran, Turkey Kurds populated regions.

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Putin promise to complete Iran Nuclear Power Plant.

Posted by QB on October 17, 2007

Putin promise that Russia will go ahead with construction of Iran first nuclear power plant after meeting with Ahmadinejad without giving specific date of completion. Iran expected this out from this meeting and they get that Russia is not backing away from its obligations of building and fueling their nuclear power plant. The Caspian nation signed pledge not to allow US and its allies to launch attack on Iran. The declaration signed by Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, this is the fist step towards diving the Caspian oil reserves which they failed to agree at their previous meeting in Turkmenistan in 2002.

Putin and Ahmadinejad wants more cooperation between Russia and Iran which will be beneficial for the region.

Iranian officials are not giving the details of Putin nuclear deal. Khamenei tell Putin according to Iran news agency that “”We will consider what you said and your proposal.” Israel Prime Minister Ehud Olmert announced to visit Russia on Thursday, few hours after Putin left Iran, which Israeli official described as a a “last-minute, urgent meeting”. Israel with US and European countries are very much against Iran nuclear program, the only country in the region with stockpile of WMD including chemical, biological and nuclear weapons. The sky will not fall down if Iran had couple of nuclear bombs which they are decade away from building. This is the politics at the worst where the whole world have to live under US and Israel dictatorship.

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Iraq – Sunni Shiites alliance.

Posted by QB on October 17, 2007

But what’s more important is that a true Iraqi national pact is in the making – coordinated by VicePresident Tariq al-Hashimi, a Sunni, and blessed by Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani himself. The key points of this pact are, no more sectarianism (thus undermining US strategy of divide and rule); no foreign interference (thus no following of US, Iran, or Saudi agendas); no support for al-Qaeda in the Land of the Two Rivers; and the right to armed resistance against the occupation.Last Friday Grand Ayatollah Sistani finally confronted the occupation in no uncertain terms. Via Abdul Mahdi al-Karbala’i, his representative in the holy city of Karbala, Sistani called for the Iraqi parliament to rein in Blackwater et al, and most of all the “occupation forces”. He has never spoken out in such blunt language before. Away from the Anbar sheikhs, the Sunni front is also moving fast. Last week six key, non-Salafi jihadist resistance groups, on a video on al-Jazeera, officially announced their union under the “Political Council of the Iraqi Resistance”. They are the Islamic Army in Iraq, the al-Mujahideen Army, Ansar al-Sunna, al-Fatiheen Army, the Islamic Front for the Iraqi Resistance (JAMI), and Iraqi Hamas.
A very important issue concerns a group that decided not to be part of the council: the 1920 Revolution Brigades. The brigades are basically Iraqi nationalist, anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist. They totally reject any sort of collaboration with the US. In a statement released in early September, the brigades stressed what an overwhelming majority of Sunnis agree on: “The democrats have a chance to end this conflict in a face-saving solution for the US, by first declaring that they recognize the factions of the Iraqi resistance as the representatives of the Iraqi people and the Iraqi Republic. After which a negotiating team would be arranged to negotiate your troop withdrawal, compensation for Iraq, and matters of future interest. It is only through the Iraqi resistance that a solution may be born.”Or else, it’s “variable, adaptable and reversible asymmetric warfare that will set the standard for years and years to come”.

Bush regime propaganda that US is winning the war in Iraq is another lie. This is true that the violence is down in Iraq but this happened many times in last five years of US occupation. It is clear now that Iraqis are busy building alliances against US that is another reason for decrease in violence in Iraq. I predicted exactly that sooner or latter Sunni and Shiites will unite against the common enemy US occupation troops, when they get tired of killing each other, the alliance between Sunnis and Shiites are the other reason of decreasing civilian casualties. This was my analysis that when Sunni Shiite unite they will make the occupation painful for US troops.

It was Sunni Iraqi Resistance who had caused so much damage to US occupation military, now they are creating the alliances along the sectarian division which will be disaster for US.

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Bush annoyed China, another stupid mistake by USA.

Posted by QB on October 16, 2007

Bush follow the House of Representative Foreign Relation Committee, which passed Armenian genocide bill against Turkey, with his own stupid decision to award Dalai Lama congressional honor. This decision has angered China so much that they canceled their meeting with US Germany France UK on Iran nuclear issue.

Why the US government is so stupid?

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Putin send strong warnings to Bush from Iran.

Posted by QB on October 16, 2007

The Russian President Vladimir Putin is on confrontation course with Bush regime sending strong warnings not to use Caspian nation to launch attack on Iran. Putin also said that none of the
Putin, whose trip to Tehran is the first by a Kremlin leader since World War II, warned that energy pipeline projects crossing the Caspian could only be implemented if all five nations that border the Caspian support them.

Putin want Iran nuclear issue to be resolved with negotiations without threatening Iran because Iranians are not scared at all to these threats. Ahmadinejad agree with Putin on what he said for military action and building piplelines. This strong message is clear indication that Russia is not willing to impose tougher sanctions on Iran as proposed by US France UK Germany and any attack on Iran will be resisted by Russia and hopefully China. The Russian President did not see any clear evidence that Iran is building nuclear weapon. Iran is not happy with Russian delaying in building their nuclear power plant is another issue which will be discussed during Putin visit and the chances are that he will promise to complete this nuclear power plant in near future.

Putin committed mistake by allowing US to build its military bases in Russia neighboring countries after 9/11, now realize that it is danger to its own security. Putin, like rest of the world leaders, did not had the courage to standup against Bush madness and stupidity without any opposition of any kind. The world leaders let him do whatever he wanted to fight “war on terror”, did not oppose Afghanistan invasion, did not stop him to invade Iraq, let him build military bases all around Russia. Putin is now showing courage to oppose the invasion of Iran and stealing their Caspian Sea Oil reserves,

The Bush regime along with all the Presidential candidates, who wants to attack Iran nuclear facilities, will attack Putin like mad dogs on his statement from Iran and that is all that they can do. The other problem with US is that majority of people really don’t analyze the facts correctly, they just accept all the mainstream media propaganda. They do not realize that Iran if had nuclear weapons will not be any threat to US or Israel because these countries had stockpile of WMD which can destroy Iran completely. Iran knows this very well and they are not stupid to use nuclear weapons attacking Israel, they simply can’t take that risk, also Iran do not have capability to attack US. This is in the best interest of the world peace to deal Iran nuclear issue with negotiations instead of any sort of military confrontation. According to Putin Iranians are not scared of US and its allies threats.

The presidents of the five Caspian nations agreed in Tehran today to prohibit third countries from using their territory for attacks on one another “under any circumstances.”

The declaration, signed by Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, is the first step in reaching a treaty on dividing up the energy-rich sea. The countries failed to reach an accord at a previous summit in Turkmenistan in 2002.

The assurance of Caspian neighbors is great win for Iran and US must reconsider its policies of aggressions with coming back to diplomatic negotiations.

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Codoleezza Rice Ehud Olmert Mahmoud Abbas on right path.

Posted by QB on October 15, 2007

The Bush regime finally is doing something which is positive will bring peace in Middle East and in the world. I dislike Condoleezza Rice as much as Bush and his whole cabinet but today she issued statement which is very positive, if she actually mean to implement her words into actions.

“Frankly, it’s time for the establishment of a Palestinian state,” Rice said in Ramallah, standing next to Abbas.
“I wanted to say in my own voice to be able to say to as many people as possible that the United States sees the establishment of a Palestinian state and a two-state solution as absolutely essential for the future, not just of Palestinians and Israelis but also for the Middle East and indeed to American interests,” she said. “That’s really a message that I think only I can deliver.”

This is the right approach bringing peace and this will also destroy Al Qaida. Ehud Olmert and Mahmoud Abbas statements are also very positive which are admirable, as they are first time talking sense by sharing Jerusalam, which ofcourse was off the limit due to religious fanatical in the past.

Concerning Jerusalem, for example, he said it would be enough to declare that west Jerusalem will be the capital of Israel and east Jerusalem the capital of Palestine. The line of division would then be determined in negotiations.Olmert hinted Monday that he is ready to share control of the holy city, saying that Israel could do without controlling some of Jerusalem’s outlying Arab neighborhoods.

This is the first positive step taken by Bush regime which must be welcome by the moderate Arab neighboring countries to make this peace conference starting point to bring peace in the world. Ayatollah Khemini wants Arab countries to boycott this peace conference which is really a very bad suggestion. The Jews and Arabs can live together side by side in peace as they were living for thousands of years before the creation of Israel. It is now that the State of Israel is created, the only solution is the creation of Palestinian State respecting each other religious beliefs and accept the reality. The confrontation will not the solution. The Arab rulers am sure will participate in this peace conference.

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Taliban list of demands for negotiations to Puppet President Hamid Karzai.

Posted by QB on October 15, 2007

Taliban send following three demands to puppet Afghan President Hamid Karzai for negotiations.

  • Control of 10 Southern Provinces
  • Timetable for withdrawal of all foreign troops
  • Release of all their prisoners in six months

These demands are approved by Mullah Omer. This is the chance for Bush regime and puppet Afghan President to start talking to Taliban because there demands are reasonable. Hamid Karzai only had the control of Kabul and all the Southern Afghanistan provinces are very much controlled by Taliban without any deal.The foreign troops and their governments know that they can’t stay in Afghanistan for ever so the demand for timetable is not so unreasonable. The prisoners release is that what all the political and organizations wants.

Pervez Musharraf who was talking on TV boasting to bring tanks and guns in North West Frontier Province very well know that guns and tanks will make the situation worst. The only way end this conflict is with negotiations. He should tell Bush that they really don’t have any chances of winning this “war on terror” with dropping bombs on civilians killing children and women. The “war on terror” could be won with taking positive steps, first by establishing the peace with negotiations. The second most important step should be by providing the financial help in NWFP and Afghanistan for building schools, hospitals, creating new job opportunities. Ronald Reagan, the most popular President till today, did the stupid blunder of abandoning Afghanistan after USSR withdrawal and this lead the countries into Talibisation as they come into power ending the corruption of the Northern Alliance government.

The change in NWFP and Afghanistan will come gradually with eduction, by constantly keeping in touch with Taliban by slowly changing their view of Islam which is based on traditions than Qur’an. Al Qaida and Osama Bin Laden will lost its popularity and support with US change its unconditional support of Israel and seriously put its efforts to solve this conflict.

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Turkey start its operation against Kurdish terrorists.

Posted by QB on October 14, 2007

Turkey start shelling the Kurdish village near its border, confirmed by one resident living in that village. There were no casualties reported. Bush regime is trying to defuse the tensions between Turkey and Iraq with Condoleezza Rice called Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan urging him not to take action. The Kurdish terrorists Commander warn Turkey that they will face Vietnam like resistance if they cross Iraq Northern borders.

Turkey government will move the bill to parliament tomorrow seeking permission to go after Kurdish terrorists who has become more aggressive after US occupation of Iraq. Turkish government is also very angry with the House Foreign Relation Committee passing bill condemning Armenian genocide. The government is threatening to pull all its support, which is necessary for Iraq occupation, by not letting them use their air base, denying the use of their air space and the supplies will be cut off which goes into Iraq by trucks.

This is all because Democrats stupidity who had pass genocide bill to please Armenians voters, insisting to bring the bill to full House vote by mid November. Turkey has cut off its military ties with France for passing genocide bill in the past. The Turkish government will not go that far but they sure can make Iraq occupation much more difficult for US.

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General Sanchez said “No end in sight in Iraq”.

Posted by QB on October 13, 2007

Ret. Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez criticizes is blaming the faulty political and military mistakes made in Iraq. Lt. Gen. Sanchez is typical hypocrite like all other retired Generals who went into Iraq knowing that invasion and occupation plans were faulty. There is one retired General Shinseki who is the man of character, testified in Congress that US would initially need few hundred thousand soldiers on the ground to keep Iraq under control. He was criticized by Zionist Paul Wolfowitz and Rumsfeld and was forced to take early retirement. General Shinseki did not talk about the war in Iraq publicly, even did not write any book to earn money which he could have done but he is honorable person, honest and truthful. All the retired Generals who are criticizing the war now are hypocrite SOB, inclruding Gen. Powell.

Powell is dishonest characterless person, who knowingly give dramatic presentation at UN full of lies to prove that Iraq is danger to the world, now he is against the war. He had the option to tell Americans and all the world truth but be chose to go with Bush regime plan of invasion and occupation. These Generals who supported invasion of Iraq and politicians have the blood of over million Iraqis on their hands.They are speaking now to wash their hands off all the deaths and destructions. F*cking mass murderers war criminals.

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Putin warned US to back off missile defense system. US Russia talks failed.

Posted by QB on October 12, 2007

Vladimir Putin warned US officials to back off installing their missile defense system in eastern Europe or risk harming relations with Moscow. The Russian President mocked US missile defense system which they see as weakening their security, he was speaking to Condoleezza Rice and Robert Gates.

“Of course we can sometime in the future decide that some anti-missile defense system should be established somewhere on the moon,” Putin said, according to an English translation. “But before we reach such arrangements we will lose the opportunity for fixing some particular arrangements between us.”

Putin is also threatening to pull out of arms control deal, if US install its missile defense system. Bush is not backing off from installing US missile defense system and Putin is very much against it, which means the Moscow and US relations will go back to cold war era. Georgy boy, see Putin heart and soul in his previous meeting, don’t know he still have the ability to see his heart and soul, agree with him to install the US defense missile system in Putin suggested country Azerbaijan. Bush provide real entertainment for people, he has the powers to look into heart and soul, he talked with God daily, God ask him to invade Afghanistan and Iraq.

US Russia missile talks failed. Condoleezza Rice and Robert Gates failed to convince Russia that US missile defense system is not threat to their security. The US relations will improve if someone intelligent be the next elected President, which is very doubtful because the front runners are insane and stupid like Bush. The Democrats and Republicans are not going to vote for Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul who are the real candidates who can put US back on right direction.

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Time for Pervez Musharraf to go. His policies may cuase Pakistan breakup.

Posted by QB on October 12, 2007

Pervez Musharraf must be throw out of office either by Supreme Court by disqualifying him to hold the position of President or by the another military coup. Pervez Musharraf is making the same mistakes over in fighting Bush “war on terror” cold boldly murderer innocent civilians including children and women in NWFP. The latest Pakistan military air strikes killed more than 250 civilians, injured many, destroyed their homes in the month of Ramadan with one week before Eid. The majority of the villagers shifted to safer places. The news paper reported that majority of the people killed are children and women, the Pakistan air strike was on villages which are non combatant.

Officials of the political administration and tribal sources told The News that the PAF fighters targeted Haiderkhel, Ipi, Hasukhel, Musaki, Mullagan, Hurmaz, Zeeraki, Khushali and other villages of the area, mostly peopled by non-combatants.

They said eight persons were killed in Haiderkhel, four in Hurmaz and three in Hasukhel villages. Besides, dozens of others were injured in these and other villages including Ipi, Musaki, Mullagan, Zeeraki and Khushali.

Eyewitnesses said dozens of bodies were buried under debris of the damaged buildings, while there was no one to recover them, as every family was affected by the bombing and very few people were left to take care of the killed and injured.

They said that 90 percent of the people of the area shifted to safer places on Wednesday. Tribal sources said that majority of those killed and injured in the ongoing gunbattle and air strikes were non-combatants, many of them women and children.

The BBC showed the video report of the innocent injured children in hospital with interview of the captured Pakistani Military Major who is confident that he will get free with negotiations. These Militants have captured more then 300 Pakistan military some of them are released but majority of them are still in Militants custody. This is chaos because of Pervez Musharraf policy of blindly following the orders of Bush since 9/11 which is proved a complete failure, like his Master, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan but he is so stubborn, like his Master, to change course on fighting “war on terror”, or he is simply greedy cold blooded murderer bombing its own civilian to keep getting the US aid .

The people of Pakistan should also be careful not to re-elect Benazir Bhutto in next year January elections. Her policies will be more ruthless than Pervez Musharraf. She get the blessing of White House providing assurance to continue US policies on “war on terror’. Bush will be out of White House in January 2009 but the Presidential hopeful Democrats and Republicans are all SOB who will stick to the present policy. The US will not lose much in this war because they will withdraw from Afghan leaving the mess behind for Pakistan. The escalation of this confrontation may result in the breakup of Pakistan.

It is an uprising not by a few foreign Taliban or al-Qaeda fighters, but the local population.
Tomorrow they may declare the Islamic emirate of Waziristan,” said Talat Masood, a retired general. “This is the greatest challenge since 1971 [when East Pakistan broke away to become Bangladesh].” This is update which is reported in news today, General Talat is right.

The right approach to end this confrontation is to work according to the peace treaty signed with the Tribes, dismantle the military posts and leave the region. Let the Tribes live their lives the way they are living from centuries. The US and Pakistan government can start bringing the chance slowly and gradually by opening schools, building hospitals in the region. This is only the solution.

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President Jimmy Carter Most Admired Respected American Around The Globe. Talk With Wolf Blitzer.

Posted by QB on October 10, 2007

President Jimmy Carter talked with Wolf Blitzer on CNN giving his thoughts on Bush regime policies, Republican Presidential Candidates, Iraq, Iran. President Jimmy Carter reply to Wolf Blitzer were straight forward without diplomacy and political spin. President Jimmy Carter said regarding US interrogation torture techniques used by Bush regime is clear violation of Geneva Convention, he believe Bush is trying to defend these techniques with redefining them with his own rules.

President Jimmy Carter called all the Republican Presidential Candidates scary who want to continue the war in Iraq, they are trying to prove themselves though by claiming who would the first who will go to war with Iran. President Jimmy Carter called Giuliani “He is foolish”, he hope that he will not the next elected President.

Publish President Jimmy Carter interview transcript when available, people must read the full content of this interesting interview.

But right now a powerful, very powerful charge from the former president of the United States, Jimmy Carter, directly, directly contradicting the current president of the United States.Carter says the Bush administration is torturing terror detainees despite repeated denials by the White House, including the president himself.Listen to this clip from my interview today with Jimmy Carter.(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)BLITZER: President Bush said as recently as this week the United States does not torture detainees.JAMES CARTER, FMR. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: That’s not an accurate statement if you use the international norms of torture, as has always been honored. Certainly in the last 60 years, since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was promulgated. But you can make your own definition of human rights and say we don’t violate them and you can make your own definition of torture and say we don’t violate it.

BLITZER: But from your definition, you believe the United States, under this administration, has used torture?

CARTER: I don’t think it. I know it, certainly.

BLITZER: So is the president lying?

CARTER: The president is self-defining what we have done and authorized in the torture of prisoners, yes.

(END VIDEOTAPE)

BLITZER: The Bush White House is calling Jimmy Carter’s comments — and I’m quoting now — “sad”. Much more of this interview. It’s a powerful interview. That’s coming up this hour, including Jimmy Carter’s claim that the Bush administration and Republican presidential candidates in particular, he says, they are appealing to what he calls ultra-right-wing warmongers.

BLITZER: A former president of the United States unleashed. Right now, Jimmy Carter has some stinging words for Republican presidential candidates on the war on Iraq, even some stinging words for some of his fellow Democrats.

In a one-on-one interview, Jimmy Carter talks with me about Republicans courting what he calls the ultra right wing and says he knows “certainly” that the Bush administration is not being honest about one very controversial issue.

(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE)

BLITZER: Joining us now, the former president of the United States, Jimmy Carter. His new book is entitled “Beyond the White House: Waging Peace, Fighting Disease, Building Hope”.

Mr. President, welcome back.

CARTER: Thank you, Wolf. Good to be with you.

BLITZER: Let’s get to the book shortly — let’s talk about some of the issues on the agenda. Right now, Republican presidential candidates, including Giuliani, making the suggestion that if Democrats are elected to the White House, U.S. national security will suffer.

Here’s what Giuliani says: “If one of them gets elected, it sounds to me like we’re going on the defense. We’re going to cut back, cut back, cut back, and we’ll be back to our pre-September 11 mentality on being on defense.”

What do you want to say to Rudy Giuliani?

CARTER: Well, I thought on pre-September 11 that George W. Bush was in the White House and the Republicans were in charge.

I think, during the Clinton years, we kept our country safe, we protected out interests around the world, we were admired by almost everyone on earth, and we were free. And we were also out of a war. So I think that history has shown that the Democrats are just as firm and staunch on security as are the Republicans. It ought to be a nonpartisan issue, and it’s a ridiculous thing for Giuliani to be making a claim of that kind.

BLITZER: Do any of these candidates, presidential candidates, scare you?

CARTER: Not on the Democratic side, no.

BLITZER: What about the Republican side?

CARTER: Well, they all seem to be outdoing each other in who wanted to go to war first with Iran, who wants to keep Guantanamo open longer and expand its capacity, things of that kind. They’re competing with each other to appeal to the ultra-right wing, warmongering element in our country, which I think is a minority of the total population.

BLITZER: Who scares you the most?

CARTER: I wouldn’t want to judge between them, because if I condemn one of them, it might escalate him to the top position in the Republican ranks.

BLITZER: But basically, what I hear you saying is, from your perspective, on the issue of national security, there’s really not much of a difference between the Republican frontrunners.

CARTER: That’s exactly right. I think the Democrats, basically, want to see the Lee Hamilton and the James Baker recommendation — one of the finest blue-ribbon commissions ever established in this country — unanimously recommended what we should do about Iraq.

BLITZER: The Iraq Study Group.

CARTER: Yes. And the Democrats are basically for that. The Republicans threw it in the wastebasket and said we don’t want that, we want it to be much more militant, stay in Iraq definitely, and maybe invade or attack Iran. And I think that’s a startling difference between the two.

BLITZER: Let’s talk a little bit about Iraq, which still seems to be the number one issue facing the American voters right now.

I want to play a clip of what two of the Democratic frontrunners, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, said at their recent debate on — in terms of keeping U.S. forces in Iraq over these years if they were elected.

Listen to this.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

SEN. BARACK OBAMA (D-IL), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: I believe that we should have all our troops out by 2013. But I don’t want to make promises.

SEN. HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON (D-NY), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: It is my goal to have troops out by the end of my first term, but I agree with Barack, it is very difficult to know what we’re going to be inheriting.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

BLITZER: All right. So what do you think? Because a lot of people were surprised that neither one could commit to getting all U.S. troops out of Iraq by the end of their first term, if, in fact, they’re elected president.

CARTER: Well, I agree with — I agree with the premise that you can’t predict what’s going to happen, but I disagree with that basic supposition that we’ll still be there. I think the American people and the blue-ribbon commission to which I just referred all prefer that we get out.

But, if we should see an unforeseen development in the future where the Iraqi people, completely in control of their own affairs, request the American troops to stay in isolated areas for a period of time, I think that would possibly be acceptable. But that’s not my personal preference.

BLITZER: So, on this issue, you disagree with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama?

CARTER: Absolutely. We ought to get out earlier than 2013.

BLITZER: How quickly do you think the U.S., realistically, could withdraw all 168,000 troops from Iraq?

CARTER: I think, over an 18-month period, we could be totally out, if that’s our desire, but I never have seen anybody in this current administration or the Republican candidates advocate that we ever get out of Iraq. I think they want to stay there permanently.

BLITZER: On the scale of, you know, historic precedents and historic blunders, from your perspective, what kind of blunder was the invasion of Iraq to get rid of Saddam Hussein?

CARTER: Among the preeminent blunders of American history. It was predicated on false claims. Deliberate or not, I don’t know. It was incorrectly consummated and perpetuated.

The claims of what — how easy it would be were wrong. And I think everyone — just about everyone agrees that the whole war in Iraq has been carried out with a series of blunders.

BLITZER: Some suggest it is the worst foreign policy blunder in American history. Are you among those?

CARTER: I would put it almost on an equal basis with Vietnam, yes. Those two in my lifetime certainly would be the worst two blunders.

BLITZER: In the book — the new book, “Beyond the White House,” you write this on page 252: “We had assumed in earlier years that our commitments and activities in support of human rights were in harmony with those of our government. And we were able to cooperate with officials in Washington. That is no longer a dependable premise.”

CARTER: That’s true.

BLITZER: That sounds like a swipe at — at President Bush.

CARTER: Well, in a way — you know, I think the entire — of global human rights community, with its multiple facets, including those deep inside Pakistan and Israel, B’Tselem and Al-Haq, both would — all would agree with the fact that our country, for the first time in my lifetime, has abandoned the basic principles of human rights.

We have said that the Geneva Convention does not apply to those people in Abu Ghraib Prison and Guantanamo. And we have said that we can torture prisoners, deprive them of an accusation of the crimes to which they accuse.

(CROSSTALK)

BLITZER: President Bush said as recently as this week the United States does not torture detainees.

CARTER: That’s not an accurate statement, if you use the international norms of torture as has always been honored, certainly in the last 60 years, since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was promulgated.

But you can make your own definition of human rights and say, we don’t violate them. And we can — you can make your own definition of torture and say we don’t violate it.

(CROSSTALK)

BLITZER: But, by your definition, you believe the United States, under this administration, has used torture?

CARTER: I don’t — I don’t think it. I know it, certainly.

BLITZER: So, is the president lying?

CARTER: The president is self-defining what we have done and authorized in the torture of prisoners, yes.

BLITZER: But — but that raises a really important question. Those who are engaged in torture, who commit torture…

CARTER: Yes.

BLITZER: … potentially, that could be a violation of international or other laws.

CARTER: Yes, I think so.

BLITZER: Has there been a violation of the law from your perspective? CARTER: If you use the international treaties to which we are committed…

BLITZER: Like the Geneva Conventions…

CARTER: … like the Geneva Conventions, and also…

(CROSSTALK)

BLITZER: Because early in the — they said the Geneva Conventions don’t apply to these detainees who were not wearing uniforms. They were not part of any formal army. They were picked up on the battlefield and brought to Guantanamo Bay.

CARTER: My impression is that the United States Supreme Court has said that is a false premise. And I presume that the administration complies with the rulings of the Supreme Court.

And the international community obviously still adheres to and professes to commit themselves the honoring of the Geneva Convention, and also the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which the United States helped draft and promoted and has endorsed up until six-and-a- half years ago unanimously among all the…

(CROSSTALK)

BLITZER: So, should someone be held accountable?

CARTER: Well, I think we — the best way to hold people accountable in this country is through the election process.

BLITZER: That is the best way to get — in other words, from your perspective, to get rid of the incumbent administration and move on?

CARTER: Yes.

(CROSSTALK)

BLITZER: But you don’t want to see any formal charges or a trial?

CARTER: No, I don’t think so. I think that would be inappropriate. That has been done in some cases, as you know, but I don’t think it is appropriate at all.

(END VIDEOTAPE)

BLITZER: In response to our interview, a senior White House official who did not want to go on the record simply said this, saying: “Our position is clear. We don’t torture. It’s just sad to hear a former president speak like that.” Source ; Situation Room.
BLITZER: Let’s talk about a sensitive subject on the agenda right now, Iran. And I want to play for you a question that was put to — put to — by one of our viewers to us in this CNN I-Report.

Turn around and you’ll hear the question directly.

CARTER: All right.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

JAMES HASSINGER, GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA: Hello, Mr. President.

I wanted to know what you think of the build-up to war that’s being obviously advocated by the vice president and the president, the current administration, and what you think our best actions would be in regards to Iran.

Thank you very much.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

CARTER: Well, I basically agree with Condoleezza Rice, who has taken issue with the vice president — with Vice President Cheney, on whether we should promulgate the possibility of war against Iran.

I have noticed that even some of the administration officials or spokesmen for them have even advocated using nuclear weapons against Iran. I think it would be a horrible mistake to attack Iran militarily.

How would we invade Iran when we don’t even have enough troops to give them leave to go home to their families from Iraq? We are short on…

BLITZER: Well, some of these so-called experts say you could do it with air power alone, cruise missiles, bombers, you go in their and destroy their so-called nuclear facilities. CARTER: I know some experts say that. I don’t agree with that. And what we should do about Iran — first of all, do not attack Iran. Secondly, what to do? I think two things to be very brief, we don’t have much time. One is to start talking to Iran, communicate with Iran.

After the Shah was overthrown and the Ayatollah Khomeini took over, we continued our diplomatic relations with Iran. I had, as you know, about 75 people in Tehran, some of whom were taken prisoner. And the Iranians had about 75 of their representatives in Washington. So talk to them and communicate with them.

Secondly, use strong diplomatic means to make sure they don’t go ahead with a nuclear program. And I think that — and to quit threatening to attack them, because that just increases their fervor in developing all kinds of protective devices…

BLITZER: You will…

(CROSSTALK)

CARTER: … maybe a nuclear weapon.

BLITZER: You will be surprised that Rudy Giuliani, the Republican presidential candidate, disagrees with you about this. And I’m going to play a little clip of what he says, listen to this.

CARTER: I could almost write it for him, because I know the extreme cases that he has made.

BLITZER: All right. Listen to this.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

RUDY GIULIANI (R), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Iran is a greater danger than Iraq. Iraq should not be seen in a vacuum. And we have to be willing to use a military option to stop Iran from becoming nuclear.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

BLITZER: All right. What do you say to Giuliani?

CARTER: He is foolish. I hope that he doesn’t become president and tries to impose on the American people a conviction that we need to go to war with Iran when we are still at war with Iraq.

BLITZER: But do you believe that Iran is working on a nuclear bomb?

CARTER: I don’t know. I think if they are, some people surmise that they are, they are — several years in the future. And I think we can best deter that by diplomatic relations with them and consultations with them and stop threatening that we are going to attack them so they won’t think that they have to respond with all kinds of devices. BLITZER: You know, you have been criticized for your handling of Iran when the Shah was in power, you know, in the late…

CARTER: I have heard about that.

BLITZER: In the late ’70s. Looking back all of these years, knowing what has happened, what, if anything, would you have done differently?

CARTER: I would have had one more helicopter in our rescue mission, which would have brought all of the hostages out safe and free. And so I had to wait from April, around until five minutes after I was no longer president when all of the hostages did come home safe and free.

BLITZER: Because the argument is, as bad as the Shah was on human rights and other issues, he was an ally of the U.S. and probably better than the current regime and that the U.S. should have stuck with him.

CARTER: Well, we couldn’t stick with him, he was not overthrown by anything the United States did, he was overthrown by his own people. And as I said earlier, after they did overthrow the Shah, we took care of the Shah as best we could and we also continued our conversations with — our diplomatic relations with the new regime.

BLITZER: The Senate passed a resolution the other day sponsor — co-sponsored by Senator Lieberman and Senator Kyl saying this: “It is the sense of the Senate that the United States should designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps as a foreign terrorist organization.”

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential front-runner, she voted for that resolution that passed 76 to 22. Was that a good vote on her part?

CARTER: She has the complete freedom to vote the way she chooses. Had I been in the Senate, I would not have voted for it because an earlier version of that, which I read, said that this also involved direct military action against Iran.

So in effect, that vote was giving the administration the imprimatur of Congress to go to war against Iran, the same thing that she voted for earlier…

BLITZER: Because some of her critics said…

(CROSSTALK)

CARTER: … to go into Iraq.

BLITZER: … that she would indirectly give authorization to the president if he wanted to go to war against Iran by this kind of vote. Her critics, some Democrats and Republicans.

CARTER: But I’m not criticizing her. I’m just telling you the way I would have voted had I been there, because I think that a vote for that resolution about Iran opens up the possibility of the administration saying in the future we have got authority from the Congress — from the Senate to go to war.

BLITZER: The Israelis bombed some sort of facility Syria, as you know, in September. And there are now suggestions, including in The New York Times, that there is a dispute between the vice president, Dick Cheney, the secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, on what it entails and whether the U.S. should have authorized or gone along with this in The Times today.

It says this: “It has long been known that North Korean scientists have aided Damascus in developing sophisticated ballistic missile technology. And there appears to be little debate that North Koreans frequently visited a site in the Syrian desert that Israeli jets attacked September 6th. Where officials disagree is whether the accumulated evidence points to a Syrian nuclear program that poses a significant threat to the Middle East.”

What do you make of what — you are an expert on the Middle East, what do you make of this attack, the U.S. response, what should the U.S. response have been, and this dispute, apparently, that has developed between Secretary Rice and Vice President Cheney?

CARTER: Well, almost without knowing the subject, if somebody asked me, do you agree with Condoleezza Rice or the vice president? I would just say automatically, I agree with Condoleezza Rice not even knowing what the subject is.

But in this case I don’t really know, I don’t any access to any sort of intelligence briefing or the facts. My guess is though that the site did not involve nuclear capabilities, but it might very well have involved long-term — long-range missiles, because the North Koreans, even though it is a destitute financial country, is superb in technology development with the limited capabilities they have.

I’m thoroughly familiar with that. And so my guess is that they were helping Syria develop some kind of missile technology.

BLITZER: And do you have a problem with the Israelis using F-16s or other U.S.-made hardware in this kind of a strike?

CARTER: Well, that is a judgment for the Israelis to make. And I understand not only has the United States and Israel stayed mute, but also Syria has remained mute about it. So I don’t know enough about the subject to comment, Wolf.

BLITZER: In the new afterward to your other bestseller, “Palestine: Peace not Apartheid,” you write this. You write: “America must not be seen in the pocket of either side. We cannot be peacemakers if American government leaders are seen as knee-jerk supporters of every action or policy of whatever Israeli government happens to be in power at the moment. That is the essential fact that must be faced.”

CARTER: That is certainly true. BLITZER: You caused a big stir in the last book, as you well know. Any second thoughts?

CARTER: No. Not at all. And I think that finally, after seven years of no effort to bring peace to the Middle East. The administration has now taken a very bold step, and I hope a very successful step next month by convening talks in the United States between Israel and the Palestinians for the first time with any substance involved.

This will be a very good step in the right direction, which I pray will be successful. But we can’t just say we adopt all of the policies of the Israeli government, now the Palestinians can come in if they want to as a second-class citizen and hope to be successful.

BLITZER: Let’s talk about another quote from your new book, “Beyond the White House,” page 74: “One of our nation’s ill-advised and counterproductive policies is the prohibition against Americans visiting Cuba and the punitive embargo against our 11 million neighbors who live under the communist regime of Fidel Castro.”

Now you met with Fidel Castro. He is obviously very sick right now. What do you want, just a complete lifting of all of those restrictions?

CARTER: Yes, certainly. That is what I did within six weeks after I became president. I lifted all restraints on travel to Cuba and started to establish diplomatic relations with Cuba. In fact, we established interest sections, as you know, one in Havana, one in Washington, that are still there after all of these administrations, they see the value of it.

I think what we do with our embargo and punishment of the Cuban people is to turn them against us and it makes Castro into an unjustifiably claimed hero because he blames all of his problems, most of which he causes himself, on the United States over to the north, because we are punishing the Cuban people.

So I think the best thing to do is to open up all travel and commerce and communications between the United States and Cuba. Let the Cuban people see what freedom and democracy is.

BLITZER: Let’s wind up this interview with another question from a viewer that was sent in on our I-Report. Turn around and you will hear the question.

CARTER: OK, fine.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

VICTOR MAI: Hello. My name is Victor Mai. And I’m a student here in Tempe, Arizona. This question is for former President Jimmy Carter. What advice would you give to the future 44th president of the United States involving the economy, the future of Iraq, and the rising cost of tuition for college students like me?

(END VIDEO CLIP)

BLITZER: Why don’t we focus in on the rising cost of tuition for a college student like him. We’ve already spoken about Iraq.

The economy — if you want to talk about that, you can.

CARTER: I’ve got 11 grandchildren, so I’m deeply involved in college tuition. I hope we can hold down college tuition and be quite constructive on student loans. But I think that the new president of the United States, that I pray will be a Democrat in 2009, will make a speech that I think in 20 minutes can totally transform the attitude of the rest of the world toward America, just by saying, When I’m president, we will never again resort to torture. When I’m president, we will honor all international agreements, which have been consummated by my predecessors, concerning the control of nuclear weapons.

When I’m president, I’m going to join and be the leader of the rest of the world in protecting the quality of our environment. And now that I’m president — she’s already — if he or she has already taken office — to say, I want our country to raise high the banner of human rights. And we will once again be the leaders of these things.

I think in those few moments, which might only take ten minutes of a(n) inaugural speech, we can completely transform the negative image that the United States now has around the world, into a positive image.

BLITZER: The book is entitled, “Beyond the White House: Waging Peace, Fighting Disease, Building Hope.” The author is Jimmy Carter.

Mr. President, thanks for coming in.

CARTER: I’ve enjoyed it, Wolf. Thank you very much. Source : Situation Room

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USA – World Authoritarian Dictatorship.

Posted by QB on October 10, 2007

The American people believe that they are the “Good guys” fighting the “Evil bad guys” of the world, this was the propaganda started after WWII against Communism. The US government used “Evil Communism” propaganda, a threat to “American way of life” “Freedom” and “Democracy”, the enemy “Evil Communism” is replaced by “Evil Islamofacists”, “Islamic Terrorists” with the main theme is proven to be very effective still working on majority of Americans.

The US government after five years of WWII was engaged in military confrontation in Korea, trying to stop the evil communism, this war lasted for three years from 1950 – 1953. The US government start interfering in Vietnam in 1959 – 1975 again fighting the evil Communism. The US government, during the same period, was interfering in Chile politics to stop Marxist winning the election. US denies these allegations but Chile has the documented proof of US support for Chilean military Coup, Augusto Pinochet taking control of the government. Source : United States intervention in Chile.

In 1981 Ronald Reagan intervention in Nicaragua, again fighting the threat of evil Communists taking over power and building alliances. The Roland Reagan authorized CIA to start Iran Contra which basically was providing arms and financial aid to rebel groups. Source Link : Nicaragua.

The US was also fighting the evil Communists in Afghanistan during Roland Reagan Presidency. It was, infact US which provided arms to Afghanistan Resistance group and named them “Mujahideen”, Osama Bin Laden and Aymen Al Zahawari were that time good guys fighting the US enemies.

The recent invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq are all the part US same old strategy of fighting the Evil forces. The Bush regime had fooled the Americans that they are the good guys of the world spreading democracy and freedom in Middle East is another lie. The facts proved that these claims are wrong, The US government really never accept the results of democratic elections when their government backed candidates lose elections. The US use aggressive propaganda to create doubts about the results of such elections denouncing the popular democratically elected governments. It was very difficult for US government to accept the Palestine election results. The US government and its European allies never accepted Hamas as democratically elected representative of Palestinians, instead they cut off all the financial air knowing that it will be impossible for Hamas to govern without financial aid. Hugo Chavez, Rafael Correa, Daniel Ortega, Evo Morales are the popular leaders elected in elections are not acceptable to US because they all are introducing social reforms which are helping the poor people and SOLIALISM IS EVIL as it hurts the big corporations and the rich.

The US used all its resources to change the election results of Nicaragua, Ecuador, Bolivia and try to bring down Hugo Chavez government with failed CIA back coup. The people of these countries failed all the US efforts by rejecting US backed politicians.

The Bush also trying his best to make Americans believe that they are winning the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. In Iraq US military is building alliances with the Baathists and Iraqi Sunni Resistance who were the enemies they went to war. In Afghanistan Hamid Karzai is inviting Taliban for peace talks and offered them power sharing in his government. What did US achieve with invasion and occupation of these countries? Nothing. Its total disaster and failure. The US wanted to be in control of Middle East which failed.

US should learn the lesson that they must respect the choice of the people of the world in electing their governments instead of imposing their favorite politicians.

Written in bits and pieces at different time and days, might be little off the mark but really don’t have time to review. Let it go as it is.

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US State Department warns Turkey for taking unilateral action against Kurds.

Posted by QB on October 9, 2007

The US State Department warns Turkish government not to take unilateral action Kurdish terrorists who are launching attacks from Northern Iraq after Turkey Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan gave the go-ahead on Tuesday for all necessary measures to be taken against Kurdish rebels, including a possible incursion into northern Iraq, after they carried out a series of attacks.

But the U.S. State Department warned against such a move.“If they have a problem, they need to work together to resolve it and I am not sure that unilateral incursions are the way to go, the way to resolve the issue,” said State Department spokesman Sean McCormack.

This means that only US has the right to take unilateral invasion to fight the “war on terrorism” and all the other countries don’t have the right to protect itself from “terrorism”. The Bush regime is protecting Kurdish terrorists who have launched attacks on Turkish military and people from Northern Iraq. These Kurdish terrorists are threat to Turkey Iran and Syria sovereignty are now protected by US. These Kurdish terrorists would have never launched so many attacks in Turkey if they were not protected by US military and Bush regime. The Kurdish terrorism has increased with US military presence in Iraq.

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Peres congratulates Musharraf.

Posted by QB on October 8, 2007

Israel President Shimon Peres congratulated Pervez Musharraf on winning Presidential elections. This is the first time that Israel issued public statement showing their good friendly intentions. President Peres should know that everybody in the world wants peace in Middle East and this include Hamas, Hizbollah and Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE, Pakistan and all the other Muslim countries..

Israel congratulated Pervez Musharraf on his re-election as president of Pakistan.President Shimon Peres on Monday published an open letter to Musharraf, a former general who seized power in 1999 and swept to a second term in elections over the weekend.Peres noted that although Islamabad and Jerusalem do not have formal ties, Musharraf has voiced interest in Israeli-Arab peace efforts. Musharraf is an ally of the Bush administration.“You have shown responsibility and strength in preventing the spread of violence and terrorism on many occasions, and I carry in my heart your support for peace in the Middle East,” Peres wrote. “Please accept, Your Excellency, the assurances of my highest consideration.”

The Israeli and Pakistani foreign ministers held surprise talks in 2005, but Pakistan has said it will withhold full recognition of the Jewish state until a Palestinian state is founded.

Peres statement is the first positive step towards peace. The Israeli government has to work hard towards achieving peace by just opening their minds and hearts and accepting that their policies of aggression and oppression were wrong. These policies did not bring any peace and stability from last 60 years and these policies can’t bring peace in the next 100 years. The confrontation will cause death and destruction on both sides.

The Peres know that Ahmadinejad can’t destroy Israel, the fact is that Israel can destroy all the neighboring countries with its WMD. It is in the best interest of the Israel to solve Palestine issue as quickly as possible which will bring peace stability prosperity for Israel and Middle East. The peace treaty giving Palestinians will also destroy Al Qaida without firing a single shot. Al Qaida and terrorism is growing due to wrong policies of US and Israel. Fighting war on terror will keep growing with Bush policy of invasions and occupations.

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‘War on terror’ has been a ‘disaster’: British think tank.

Posted by QB on October 8, 2007

The British Research Group believe that US and Britain has to change its policies on “war on terror” to succeed, this is what exactly what am saying since the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. Bush policies of invasion and occupation has created sympathies for Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaida and Taliban. The Osama Bin Laden and Taliban can’t be defeated with invasions and occupations, the better approach was to solve the differences with negotiations, which was offered by Taliban before Afghanistan invasion. Bush rejected their demand of showing evidence of Osama Bin Laden in 9/11 attack. Taliban promised to handover Osama Bin Laden to international court for trial. There would be no war, no unnecessary deaths, destruction and waste of hundreds of billions dollars. The hundreds of billions dollars could have been used to eliminate poverty, start eduction and awareness programs to bring positive change in Afghanistan. The Iraq war, on the other hand was unnecessary, there were no terrorists in Iraq, there was no Al Qaida in Iraq, Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11. The Iraq invasion was planned by Zionists to protect Israel, The other reason was that Neo-Cons like Paul Wolfowitz convinced Bush Junior to finish the job dad failed leaving Saddam Hussein in power. Saddam Hussein also challenged Bush senior that if he survived in power that will be is greatest victory against USA. Bush senior was defeated in election just after winning war against Saddam Hussein. The Oil was big attraction to invade and occupy Iraq.

LONDON (AFP) — The US-led “war on terror” has been a “disaster” and Washington and its allies must change their policy in Iraq and Afghanistan to defeat Al-Qaeda, an independent global security think tank said.Read complete report.

The following are few of my previous posts on Iraq and Afghanistan.

US lost Militarily and Politically in Iraq.

Afghanistan war will lasts for decades.

Osama Bin Laden Trapped Bush Intelligently!!!

Afghanistan war very much alive.

Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan puppet President who only had control of Kabul, invited Taliban for peace talk which they rejected demanding all foreign troops withdrawal for any peace negotiations. US military has also developed ties with Sunnis Iraqi Resistance by giving huge amount of money which are helping them to buy arms and ammunition’s to protect themselves against Shiite Militias . This does not mean that they support US occupation, they are very much against US presence in Iraq like Shiites.

The Britain Prime Minister announced to withdraw half of its troops from Iraq which will be 2,500 next spring. This announcement is not surprise because recent polls shows that his government is trailing to Britain Conservatives.

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Ahmadinejad – Rule out direct talk with US – Demonstrations – Criticism of his domestic enonomic policies.

Posted by QB on October 8, 2007

The Iranian President Ahmadinejad rejected any conditional direct talk with US demanding Iran to stop uranium enrichment. Iran rejects all U.S. preconditions for talks, Ahmadinejad asserted in response to U.S. President George W. Bush’s recent statement, in which he said he is ready to negotiate with Iran if the Islamic Republic agrees to halt its uranium enrichment program.

No one has the authority to bargain away the Iranian nation’s nuclear rights, the president stated.

Ahmadinejad said he is prepared to hold a debate with Bush about global problems, as he has said before.

“We believe a public debate will help promote world peace,” he observed.

The Tehran University students stage a protest against Ahmadinejad at Tehran University, where he was speaking at the start of new academic year.

“Ahmadinejad is Pinochet! Iran will not become Chile,” the students shouted, the witness said.

The students were demanding the release of students, who are held in Iran prisons for writing articles which are considered insult to Islam. Last year students staged protest against Ahmadinejad at Tehran University, setting his picture on fire and shouted “death to the dictator”. These demonstrators were confronted by Ahmadinejad’s supporters who shouted “Shame on you hypocrites! Leave the university!” This is democracy, there are people who support Ahmadinejad and there some people who had no fear criticizing him and his policies.

The students who are in prisons for publishing articles should not be send to jail for expressing their opinion. This is the problem with all the Muslim countries, they do no allow the open discussion on religious issues, which is necessary to bring the overdue reforms. The religion must be open for intelligent debate, instead of expecting everybody to accept the religion defined by Imams thousand year back. The Sunnis and Shiite religious scholars must open their minds and interpret Qur’an message, examine very carefully all the hadiths (Sunnis Shiites Talmud) which will create unity, tolerance and bring back the real Islam.

The students who demonstrated during Ahmadinejad speech were all arrested, according to one Iranian living in Tehran. This was not reported in any news.

PS: Need help from people living in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Jordan, Syria, Iran to give me the accurate news from inside these countries.

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Afghanistan after 6 years of invasion and occupation.

Posted by QB on October 7, 2007

The Afghanistan is clear evidence of Bush failed policies of invasion and occupation. Mullah Omar is still alive, Osama Bin Laden still at large and there is no hope of US finding him in near future with all their technological advantages. Taliban in control of most of Afghanistan and their are moving towards North. Hamid Karzai only control Kabul just like Nouri Al Maliki is in control of Baghdad Green Zone.

The following Associated Press article show the real picture.

6 Years Later, US Expands Afghan Base

Afghanistan invasion and occupation has made Pakistan NWFP region battleground where Tribes are fighting Pakistan security forces to defend their “way of life” and “freedom”, which is translated by Bush regime as “terrorism” without understanding the social religious background of that region. Bush regime has given Benazir Bhutto blessing to become the next Prime Minister of Pakistan and fight their “war on terror”. This is not going to go in US favor as well.

Waziristan clashes leave 32 dead

This is according to my own analysis of Afghanistan. Mullah Omar and Osama Bin Laden will send message at the end of Ramdan, like always, telling their supporters that that are winning against the superpower US. Bush will be leave White House in 2009, leaving behind two lost wars for the next President to deal. Democrat or Republican, who maybe the next President will continue these wars to keep America safe and Americans will be happy to spend trillion dollars more on these wars.

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Hugo Chevez one more evil step. Raise teachers salaries.

Posted by QB on October 6, 2007

Hugo Chavez announced 40 percent salary increase for teachers. This will be reported on CNN and BBC another evil action. The US political analyst will spin this in negative way to prove that he is destroying Latin America.

Caracas, Oct 6 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced a 40-percent salary increase of teachers, a measure that will be implemented as of November.In the framework of the presentation Friday for professional training advances of Bolivarian teachers, the statesman expressed the will to be financially responsible with this sector.“You are quite sure that we will do everything possible to continue rising standard of living, not only with the basic salary but also with social security and housing plans,” stated the country’s president.In an exchange with education representatives, Chavez exhorted debate at schools on the constitutional reform project, aimed to strengthening the construction of the socialism in the country.This action has several specific aims, among them the analysis of the philosophical, political and conceptual foundations, programs and projects of the Bolivarian Education System and its relationship to teaching. Source : Venezuela Teachers salaries soar

Posted this in reply to one Patriotic American comments.

LOL. Thats what I was talking about, Hugo Chavez is the most hatred person because he is Fidel Castro friend, he has introduced reforms which has decrease the poverty rate, the literacy rate is up, providing free medical care for poor. Hugo Chavez is evil because he criticizes US government wrong policies. Hugo Chavez social reforms are according to Bible, still evil because majority of Americans stopped thinking intelligently, they listen to all BS propaganda spread by mainstream media and by their politicians supporting them with their new developed mental disease “Patriotism”. Why Socialism is evil?

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