Sunday, May 20, 2012


I'll never understand how Obama gets away with his incessant verbal attacks on Iran when even his own people say Iran gave up their nuke weapons program some years ago. To be fair, Romney doesn't take much heat for his verbal attacks on Iran, either.
There's a BIPARTISAN effort in congress to repeal the ban on U.S. propaganda being used in this country. You could have fooled me, but apparently it's been illegal  for years for the U.S. Government to use propaganda it uses abroad on citizens here at home.

Hard for me to understand why such an effort is necessary when the regular mainstream media, including National Public Radio, usually disseminate whatever the government wants released, anyway. 


At 8:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Henchman Of Justice" says,

Another law that proves how rigged America is for the few in power and control. The only structure is for the minions and aiders and abeters to replace those few in power and control when they die. Whomever said that communication would advance America WAS VERY WRONG! They left out the devices of control in that communication scenario for starters. - HOJ

At 8:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you read the article, Fred? Your complaint is based upon two sentences buried in the Washington Post article, later elevated to trumpet status by that nutty website you read.

"But the G-8 leaders also took on security challenges, presenting a unified front in ramping up pressure on Iran to abandon its nuclear weapons ambitions. Obama reiterated that Iran remained a 'grave concern' for world leaders."

So, it's not just Obama, but all of the major world leaders, saying nothing more than we need to keep an eye on Iran.

Oooooh! What's more scary to you, people acknowledging that Iran is a radical state that could pursue nuclear weapons, or that there's a blackie in the White House?

At 9:27 AM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

...ramping up pressure on Iran to abandon its nuclear weapons ambitions.

Did you read the article? Not just that one but ones that have been hidden in the news ( the exception) for some time?

Both the Israeli and U.S. intelligence community generally believe Iran gave up its nuke weapons programs a decade ago. Yet we've positioned military forces around Iran to attack its nuclear facilities.

It's disinformation they're giving out and the U.S. media just parrots it, with the exception of a few blurbs every now and then suggesting Iran doesn't have a nuke weapons program.

Keep in mind, from the get- go, Iran has said it wants to develop nuclear power, not weapons. I'm no fan of Iran but I could hardly blame them if they did want nukes. We might not attack them if they had them.


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