Saturday, November 05, 2005

Ahmadinejad: First 100 Days

Nowhere do I find my own thoughts on Ahmadinejad better echoed than in the articles of Amir Taheri. Here’s his latest, an assessment of Ahmadinejad’s first 100 days in office. Readers may wish to compare Taheri’s treatment of the “fall” of the so-called “reformers” with that by the “liberal” press, who openly mourn their “defeat”.

THIS article on the art dealer and thief, Sami-Azar, is but one example. THIS article in The Times is another. Note, for instance, how they characterize one of their NOKARS, the anti-Iranian Mafiosi Mohammad Hossein Adeli:

“One of the most prominent victims of the diplomatic cull is Mohammad Hossein Adeli, the urbane, American-educated Ambassador to London, who has served only for 12 months and is the first Iranian envoy since the Islamic Revolution who speaks fluent English.”

(my emphasis)

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