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Ingenious Iranian PR and Diplomacy - Releasing British Sailors as "Easter Gift"

by trnscndr
In one fell-swoop today Iran and their seemingly Napoleonic leader, Ahmadinejad, made everyone in the world further consider the possibility that Bush and Co. are all smoke when it comes to their portrayal of Iran as "warmongering" or set on anything other than than defending itself against proven aggressors. They announced plans to release British POW's as an "Easter" gift. What a coup for these witty Persians. With smiling faces on their captives they presented themselves as fair and appropriately deliberative, if not gracious.

uncomfortably numb

by soul1383
“That which does not kill us makes us stronger.” ~Friedrich Nietzsche~

Troop Activity on Iran Border

by flaw101
The Russian News and Information Agency is reporting today that intelligence services are reporting a “flurry” of activity by U.S. Armed Forces near Iran’s borders. “The latest military intelligence data point to heightened U.S. military preparations for both an air and ground operation against Iran,” the official said, adding that the Pentagon has probably not yet made a final decision as to when an attack will be launched.

Tribute To Our Soldiers

by cflick
This really had an impact on me and I wanted to share it with you! Note: This video Im sharing I did not create it but it's something I think is important enough that I want to help the author show our respect to our soldiers! Authors Notes- EDIT: 7/23/06: This video gives new meaning to me, being that a person I have known for all my life, died july 21st, 2006 from injuries recieved atop his bradley fighting vehichle several days prior. He served in the Army and has been laid to rest in Arlington Cemetary. You served your country, family, and friends proudly. 5/11/06:: A quick little thing I put together at the last minute, so please do expect it to not flow smoothly.. thanks! best viewed if you dont make it full screen

Iraq: House of Commons Hansard Debates for 24 Jan 2007

by Mal Burns (via)
This is the transcript of last week's Commons debate on Iraq - the first one it's had and also one the Prime Preacher himself refused to attend. Luckily, the bucket was on hand to stand up for government follies. When going to this link don't think I've got it wrong. There's a brief bit on waterways and such before the debate starts around two paragraphs down. It then continues by going to "next section" - the expression "page" not seemingly known in the parliamentary language. Suffer it - you need the information!

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