Mr.Ahmadinejad and his vows, or woes.! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Stephen.
    • 04.04.10 | 15:37 (IDT)

    I wonder whether the gentleman in question has a copy of Mein Kampf on his bedside table. For, he is fighting a battle, where he is bound to lose. Now, history has proven, that all those that row against a strong river current end up either broken on the rapids or drown in a whirlpool of their own making. Mr.Ahmadinejad, may well decide his own future in a more pragmatic manner. The first step is to begin a short course in diplomacy, followed by a more thorough course in "Good Governance"! By believing that his emissaries have indeed convinced the Chinese that Tehran s Regime is some harmless and forgiving. paternalistic, and secular administration, he needs spiritual and psychiatric guidance. Vowing to beat an enemy, in this case the civilized world of 2010, shows only certain shortfalls somewhat akin to those almost extinct tribal chiefs deep in the rain forests of Equatorial Africa. Something is amiss and evil, for the torturing and killing continues, in Tehran. FREEDOM. G·day.

    from the article: Ahmadinejad mocks U.S., vows to strengthen Iran nuclear program
    First published 01:32 04.04.10 | Last updated 10:06 04.04.10
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