Posted by QB on September 13, 2008
Your web site is again unfiltered from yesterday and I can have access to it through ordinary internet proxy servers. I will keep regular inspection on this issue and if any thing changes, you will be informed accordingly .I hope all these hates between the two governments will finish and I will meet you in future. You may not be familiar with Iranian cultures. We are not an aggressive nation at all. Most of the people in here are very sensitive, sincere and kind with a very good sense of humor. I sometimes feel pity about the very false propaganda that western media create against us. Although our government has some problem, but even our politicians are not looking for violence and war. If you come to Iran your view will completely change .Here is really different .The problem is that US regime and its allies want to change the geopolitics of Middle East. They have surrounded us. They support many terrorist organizations.
They have created and support an aggressive and savage regime as Israel. They have fucked our ordinary life. People in here are under different pressures. Of course some of them are due to our faults but many are imposed by US government. Iran is always repeating that we are ready for negotiation, instead US is pushing us to approach Russia and China more and more .We want to be friend with all the countries under same and fair condition. But your government is acting proudly, not considering that we are a big and old nation. We do not accept any unfair behavior from any body. All of us are human not super man or god. Their period will finish. You are observing how they act. How they are directly causing Russia become stronger. For sure I do not want Russia to stay wick. I do not want any country be wick. Any how your government believes that we should not support Hezbollah of Lebanon. In fact they are mostly pure people, spending their life to defend their country. Seyed Hassan Nasorllah is a nice man.
He does not play dirty games .His life is always in danger. But he is there and hopefully will be until his mission is completed. US government should realize that the dream of resolving the countries in this region should be forgotten .If they realize this fact they will start to rectify their policy in this region and other regions too. At the same time Iran is getting stronger through self made advanced military weapons. My friend, believe me that I am not under the internal propaganda .The substantial progress in Iranian arm forces is a reality .We had to chose this pass because the US does not understand any other languages . If any war happens, US government is finished, unless they use atomic weapons or other mass destruction ones. In that case again they will be finished .Because even their own nation will not believe them any more.Because lies will show themselves as the Sun does.
In fact we do not want war and violence.It is against our mood and culture .Not because we are afraid or because we are under pressure.We are a nation strongly believe in the supernatural life.We believe that the period of our living on this planet is a flash when compared to the real life we will have in the later phases .Such a nation never feel any fear from death.This was clearly proved in Iran-Iraq war.US politicians should take lesson from it and I believe they have.
This will make the warmongers McCain and Palin understanding that Iran is not a threat at all. Like Saddam Hussein was not threat for US and its European allies. The Republicans are the one who are cling by creating fears exploiting 9/11. There will be no peace if US continue its policies of preemption for their favorite war on terror. It look like McCain and Palin will win the coming election. Iraqi government want US troops out, but this old idiot McCain insists to keep their country under occupation..
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Posted by QB on November 3, 2006
Iran has fired long range missiles in their military manoeuvres exercises. This is clear show off their military strength to US and Israel as they believe they will airstrike their nuclear facilities. The missiles fired were 300 km and 2000 km with immediate response coming from Condoleezza Rice said, while Iran was trying to show it is “tough” by test- firing a ballistic missile able to hit Israel, any use of the weapon would invite consequences understood by Iranian leaders.
Bush regime is pushing hard to get Britain France Germany sanctions against Iran to pass in UN Security Council but it is already blocked by Russia and China by rejecting it saying the sanctions are too tough and both these countries wants negotiations to continue.
Bush regime has also accused Syria and Iran that they are tying to topple Lebanon government which both countries denied strongly.
“We do not care about such accusations. They’re worthless,” Syrian Expatriates Minister Buthaina Shaaban told reporters. “They are practising terrorism while accusing others of it. The problem in Lebanon is US and Israeli interference.”
The Syrian newspaper said the United States should make public any evidence of the alleged Syrian role in efforts to topple the Lebanese government.
US officials say the information is classified. This is the biggest weapon of Bush regime to avoid providing any evidence whether it is against the alleged terrorists they are holding and torturing or against any government which they don’t like to propagate lies and when ask for evidence come up with “its classified”.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini denied the US accusation and said Washington should review its policies in the Middle East.
“These are repeated claims aimed to create divisions among Lebanese people and their government,” Hosseini said.
The US accusation come after Hasan Nasrallah demand of creating the national unity government and given Prime Minister Fouad Siniora by the mid of November to form a national unity government or Hezbollah will take it to streets calling for new elections.
Hasan Nasrallah has correctly pointed out US hypocrisy who claim to be the champions of democracy but keep interfering in other countries democratic elections.
Hizbollah said the White House statement showed Washington’s declared goal of promoting democracy in the Middle East was “a hollow and deceptive slogan”.
“We stress that this American violation of our national sovereignty will not terrorise our people or stop it from practising every one of its constitutional rights, led by the right to demonstrate, hold elections and choosing its government,” a Hizbollah statement said.
This is fair statement in response to US allegations.
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Posted by QB on November 2, 2006
Hezbollah is treatening street protests and call for an early elections if their demands are not met. They are demanding for a “national unity” Cabinet that would give the Islamic militants and their allies veto power over key decisions.
“Our concept of the national unity government is that all the basic forces in Lebanon be in it … actual and serious participation, not an aesthetic participation,” Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah’s leader, said in a lengthy interview on Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV Tuesday night.
In the same interview, Nasrallah said that “serious negotiations” were taking place over the two Israeli soldiers whose July 12 capture by his militant group sparked the 34-day war.
He said a negotiator appointed by U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan has been meeting with Hezbollah and Israeli officials. He would not provide details about the negotiations, but told Al-Manar: “We have reached a stage of exchanging ideas, proposals or conditions.”
Nasrallah also warned that any attempts by the beefed-up U.N. peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon to disarm Hezbollah would transform the country into another Iraq or Afghanistan. He did not elaborate.
Hezbollah put these demands because they have gained more popular support within Lebanon and in the whole Middle East after Israel’s failed invasion. I had written this after the ceasefire between Israel and Hezbollah that I will not be surprised if they take over the control of Lebanon government in next elections. Hasan Nasrallah believes that he has the popular support to win early elections if their demands are not met.
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Posted by QB on October 3, 2006
I don’t blame Kim Jong-Il. This is one more Bush administration failure. Bush does not have the foggiest idea what is diplomacy and why it is always helpful to resolve the conflicting issues with negotiations. The word “foggiest” used in reference to Bush statement which is reported in Bob Woodward book that he said his dad ask him to see Prince Bandar to learn about the international relations and he did not had the “foggiest” idea what international relations means before meeting him.
North Korea is going through worst economic and financial problems and all they need is financial aid to boast their economy. Bill Clinton diplomacy was great providing financial help to Kim Jong-Il with the promise not to persue their nuclear weapons development. It is so sad to see a President who follow Bill Clinton is a moron with no common sense. This President should have learned what diplomacy means from his teacher Prince Bandar with international relations.
Bush don’t talk to Kim Jong-Il, Bush don’t talk to Ahmadinejad, Bush don’t talk to Hugo Chavez, Bush don’t talk to Hamas Prime Minister of Palestine, Bush don’t talk to Hasan Nasrallah of Hezbollah.
The international relations are not like personal relationships where you don’t talk and be friends with people who disagree with one’s personal opinions which is alright but diplomacy is simply the conduct by government officials of negotiations and other relations between nations or the art or science of conducting such negotiations. Bush administration or better call it regime has introduced its own doctrines which are dictatorial where they are dictating their own terms and conditions without taking part in any real negotiations.
Iranian President Ahmadinejad show great diplomacy when he invited US for negotiations with the idication that they might stop their uranium enrichment program. Bush regime refused any direct negotiations with their usual arrogance demanding Iran to stop uranium enrichment first for any negotiations to take place.
Bush regime and his European allies punished the Palestinian people for electing Hamas in very fair election by stopping all their financial aid which is causing social economic and violent unrest in Palestine. They should have accepted these democratic results with starting negotiations with Hamas to change their stance on Israel instead of immediately cutting off all the financial aid.
Bush has strained relationship with Hugo Chavez after they immediately accepted the coup in 2002 which could have easily be reconciled with negotiations. Bush regime choose to go after Hugo Chavez by trying to isolate Venezuela in Latin America by false accusations of harboring terrorists and trying to portray him as the threat to neighboring countries.
These are the main reason that I don’t blame Kim Jong-Il conducting nuclear test.
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Posted by QB on October 1, 2006
This war was the mistake by Ehud Olmert and his cabinet. Israel lost badly in this war without achievement any of its goal. The Israel carpet bombing of Southern Lebanon destroyed cities towns villages bridges and mostly killed young children and civilians. Hezbollah also fired few thousands of its rocket into Israel towns and cities which did killed some civilians and destroyed some civilians properties.
This war was started to liberate two Israelis captured soldiers and even after the withdrawal of Israel soldiers there is no release of those two captured soldiers. This war which was mistake to start with filled with arrogance and pride that Israel military power will destroy Hezbollah completely within days. This was the message coming out from Israel’s UN Ambassador and the Israel’s spokespersons. US immediately vetoed cease fire resolution at UN Security Council on Israel government wishes that they need couple of weeks to accomplished their goals. Israel government realised after four weeks after suffering military casualties that they have no chance of winning over Hezbollah accepted the ceasefire to save their face.
Israel can’t claim any good coming out of this unnecessary 34 days war. Ehud Olmert is facing the anger from the Israelis. There are also very strong voices within Israel for his resignation. Israel also is criticized by UN and by EU for using excessive use of power.
When this war started Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan criticized Hezbollahblaming to be the main cause of starting this war. These three Arab governments quickly stopped Hezbollah criticism with growing popularity within their own countries among the masses.
Qatar close US ally and the head quarters for military in Middle East visited Lebanon. praises Hezbollah for their brave stand against Israeli military and defeated Israel after 60 years. He also looked very happy to claim the first victory of the Arabs. Lebanon Prime Minister advice Israel can live in peace only by solving the issues with peaceful negotiations. The Lebanon Prime Minister is scared to criticize Hezbollah and Nasrallah because Israel invasion has helped this organization to reached to new level of popularity with in Lebanon and all around the Muslims World.
Israel and US who demand for Hezbollah disarmament is not the part of UNFIL troops in Southern Lebanon. Hezbollah issued a clear statement that they will not accept any disarmament and claim that they have all of its rockets and long range misiles safe.
This Israel war worked in favor of Hezbollah and Nasralah. Israel should have resolved the capture of its two soldiers more intelligently by negotiations instead of this unnecessary destructive war. Israel government still have the opportunity to solve the Sheba Farms issue peacefully with releasing Lebanese prisoners which will help them regain support internationally.
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