I say that because we are getting the commentary through the Zionist prism.
Therefore, the references only to Bush are accurate.
Did you see the pictures, reader?
September 30, 2007
THE DEMONIZATION of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad by George Bush, abetted by the Western media, does not disguise the fact that he has a lot more in common with Bush than anyone cares to explore.
When it comes to human rights violations, one conveniently forgets our policies in Guantanamo, the horrific abuses at Abu Ghraib, prisoners being detained without charges leveled or access to legal counsel, the usurping of civil liberties under the auspices of Patriot Act II.
Ahmadinejad's speech last week in front of the UN dared to shed light on these transgressions of the United States and our imperialistic arrogance.
And as far as nuclear programs go, why shouldn't Iran have access to nuclear weapons? The United States has them, and has no plans for disarmament. After our preemptive exercise in Iraq, why should Iran trust that this country would never use its nuclear arsenal? Until there is a push for universal disarmament among nations, our planet will always be in danger of annihilation.
RE THE Sept. 26 editorial "The Ahmadinejad distraction": So the president of Iran was booed so loudly and drew such enthusiastic protests that he fled a college campus; he is despised by his country's students, reformers, and intellectuals, and by "the impoverished masses" to whom he promised to share the wealth; and he has enriched his relatives and cronies to the detriment of the common man? How awful. Good thing that could never happen here.