Thursday, September 08, 2005

Sarbazan's Shirin Neshat to Bush: Keep Ahmadinejad and the IRI Regime Out of America

Shirin Neshat of Sarbazan, an organization devoted to the unsung heroes of the Imperial Iranian Armed Forces of yesteryear, tells George Bush that admitting Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the United States for a UN appearance in New York next week is an egregious mistake.

Paleo-conservatives can certainly affirm the atrocious character of the IRI regime in Iran, even as they cringe at the perilous character of the reported Bush Administration plans to militarily preempt Iran, as reported by Philip Giraldi in Pat Buchanan's The American Conservative.

Mark Dankof of BATR risks the prediction that war between the United States and Ahmadinejad's Iran will break out before the end of 2006. Given the history of bungled Western interventions in Persia, Afghanistan, and Macedonia in the last century, and the documented incompetence of the American Homeland Security cadre in New Orleans and the southwestern U. S. border, the only conclusion is that political, economic, and military catastrophe are around the corner.

Mr. Dankof plans on covering the anti-Ahmadinejad demonstrations for BATR in New York.

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