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    • Joe
    • 11.04.10 | 15:29 (IDT)

    It would be funny, if the background of Iran's devious theocracy was not so worriful, to hear, of all countries, its UN ambassador accusing the USA of terrorism. Iran, the country responsible of so many direct & indirect acts of terror inside & outside its borders is just following the propaganda line of the worst dictatorships: the bigger the lie the greater the chance it might be believed by the credulous.Against this ridiculous parody we can hope that the already awakened Iranian people will soon make truth the rule in their country, before their death wish leaders bring disaster on them.

    from the article: U.S. Defense Secretary: A nuclear Iran is not inevitable
    First published 10:40 11.04.10 | Last updated 18:44 11.04.10
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