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July 31, 2006

Practical poetry

If you sleep with a missle,
you might not wake up in the morning.

Dan Gillerman, Israeli UN Security Council Amb.

The fact of that matter depends on the girth of the arsenal;
on whether the stick is wielded by insurgents, proxy or
For human-shields waking up is non-negotiable.
For bankers everything is negotiable;
while killing goes on.
Crooks mascrading governments perpetuate
permanent economies of guns and no-fat butter.

A real reality,
world-wide, transnational, global.
unconscious feces dropped by thinkers
in tanks of impudent imbeciles.
Self-prolcaimed experts on nonesense,
creating conflicts vis-à-vis terror.

July 12, 2006

Washington Post > World > Opinion

Excerpt North Korea in the Eyes of Iran

Iran is neither Iraq under Saddam Hussein nor North Korea under Kim Il Song and Kim Jung Il. Iran is a very important geo-political, geo-strategic and geo-economic power regionally and internationally. Iranians do not deserve the humiliation associated with referral to the UN Security Council and being branded as a pariah within the international community.

No! The Iranian government pans out enough humiliation for Iranians the world over. It is not a question of whether or not Iranians deserve more shame but rather a question of saturation. Iraq had only one Saddam Hussein and North Korea only one Kim as dictator at a given moment. Iran has an entire supreme council of zealots pulling the strings of one fanatic president. Surely the barrels of Islamo-nationalist propaganda consumed by Iranians at the hands of these tyrants can only prime public sentiment for hostility against any sort of action or criticism passed by an International body; especially in light of the fact that the Islamic Republic is quick to silence the voices of reason or skepticism towards its policies. Obviously a government bent on power and the cultivation of theocracy, a government that freely violates the civil & humane rights of all its citizens, has a singular agenda for nuclear capabilities. This agenda cannot be for peaceful purpose, but rather for the ability to wield at will friction and conflict on the geo-political, geo-strategic and geo-economic stages. Iran is vying for power on an international field occupied by powers using terror as justification for the spread of their own brands of democracy & capitalism. What better piece for Iran to have than the ability to take hostage terror at will?