May 11, 2006

Dear Abby...

is probably a more effective route to take.
Full text letter of Islamic Republic Of Iran President to President Bush


Anonymous Kathleen said...

I placed on my website a link to the geologic fault lines running through Iran, in case so and so is stupid enough to not look at such complicating variables. If they blow up Iran, it will be a far bigger blow up than Japan 1945.

11:31 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

The US has shown that we are divided and have a corrupt govenment. No one trust us anymore because we lie all the time. Iran President is taking advantage of that so are other countries. While Americans are given fearful headlines our government leaders are robbing us blind. Backdoor deals are going on and money is funneled in secret accounts overseas. We've being planned for fools again. The GOP stick Mary Cheney as headline news while our govenment locks the investigators from the DOJ. All the money for the war has gone in Bush's friends pockets and Congress wont investigate. I notice how many Dems aren't pushing for it either. Iran knows what's going on with Bush but they also know that it's not the way American people are. The world has watched Bush dicate to America yet we are the losers. The world loves Americans but the world hates Bush and company. This game Bush is playing with Iran he will lose and lose big time. I don't agree with some things the Iran President says but thats starts talks no one agrees with everything. Plus he is very educated in our religion and American history so at lease I wouldn't be talking to a dummy like Bush.

11:34 AM  
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11:41 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

You should read the actual texts of the Putin and the Iran Prez' speech, and you should never only read US Media.

I read Chinese, Russian, Indian, Australian, Turkish, etc, news.

The whole world hates Americans and the whole world knows what BushCo did on 9/11, and the whole world knows Iraq was a stepping stone for the oil and the forward bases, and that Wolfowitz took advantage of the collapse of the Soviet Union.

The only people who don't know what is going on in the world are Americans and that is why we are so depised.

I am telling you, Russia and China will not tolerate an attack on Iran.

They have long been in a military alliance, and began it in earnest in Jan 2003, when they knew BushCo was gonna do Iraq.

11:42 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...


Let me translate that letter in a simple language that Bush can understand:

May a 1000 fleas infest your armpits and may you have cameltoe!

This is not the least bit funny, It was a very scholarly and insightful letter. Extremely SANE.

11:44 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

A real leader attempts to work with other leaders whether he or she agrees or disagrees with one another. A real leader listens before responding. An old saying: He who speaks first: loses. All of these characteristics that I mention are not the Gerbil! The Gerbil has tunnel vision. He could care less about the compassionate letter from the President of Iran or the talks with Putin of Russia. All the Gerbil knows is to dictate, take from others, and expect something in return for him! It's me me me and not the "how can I serve you" mentality! And that is why there is no love between President Chirac of France and the Gerbil. Anyone can see the body language with Chirac and he looks as the Gerbil like he has AIDS! I applaud the President of Iran for reaching out to the Gerbil and feeling a sense of empathy for the American people. Also, I applaud Putin for speaking out against the Gerbil. This is what made America strong and that is we had a voice of democracy. And the Gerbil and company is trying to silence that even though the Gerbil and company, at times, get on the soap box and claimed how America represents "freedom." The international leaders know that the Gerbil is a hypocrite and so does the American public. Action speaks louder than words!

11:46 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

You're correct Kathleen, it is a very serious matter and I do not take it my silly joke might imply.

I will scratch that post. :)

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't trust him. I think this Eye-ranian is working for AIPAC and Mossad.

11:58 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This has to be the quote of the day from the Gerbil. What is joke! Check out the what the Gerbil says on CNN about domestic spying:

Bush: We're not trolling your personal life

"The government has been secretly collecting records of ordinary Americans' phone calls in an effort to build a database of every call made within the country, it was reported today. President Bush said any domestic intelligence-gathering measures he's approved are lawful. "We are not mining or trolling through the personal lives of millions of innocent Americans," President Bush said."

And yes you are, you little rodent! Have you read George Orwell's book "1984?" That is exactly what the government did in that book: TROLL!

11:58 AM  
Blogger basheert said...

The very first mistake the Iranian President made was to assume that George Bush can read - in any language.

Or that Condi Lice can translate correctly. Considering she commented on the letter prior to a comprehensive translation.

These people are boneheads and trying to deal diplomatically with the US at this juncture is stupid. As the world is learning.

12:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Also, to add my previous comment regarding the President of Iran. There are some things in which international leaders like Putin and the President Iran in which we don't agree on and yet agree on.. I am reflecting back when we had a defining moment in history when Clinton brought the two international leaders, Sharon and Arafat who countries are still in turmoil to shake hands with one another. Of course, many of Sharon and Arafat's policies I don't agree with. But, Clinton taught us that you can still talk and try to work together with leaders to agree or disagree!!!

12:05 PM  
Blogger AnnChimpCoulter said...

* A new nuclear age appears to be on the horizon. President Bush recently asked Congress for $27 million to help jumpstart the country's first new nuclear weapons program in two decades. This program will not only be about rebuilding old nuclear weapons, it will also be about producing new nuclear warheads.

* The Department of Energy (DOE) was preparing to conduct a large scale, open-air, high explosive detonation on June 2nd (it is delayed until June 23). The explosion, named Divine Strake, will test what capabilities are needed to attack hardened underground targets. It will be conducted at the Nevada Test Site, which is located approximately 90 miles north of Las Vegas.

It is amazing how many dangerous things that this administration does in almost complete secrecy and how the mainstream press often fails to cover these actions or only repeats the administration's sound bites for their news stories.

We need mainstream press and blogs covering these stories in more depth. Especially now as we see this administration’s secret march to war with Iran is going unimpeded.

12:12 PM  
Anonymous K said...

The Iranian Prez knows what has gone on here as regards 9/11 Thermite.

He also believes he is speaking for all people's who will be subject to Globalization and Tech Hegemony.

He is far smarter the vast majority of Americans. He is right about Israel to a point. Israel should have their little territory, but stop butchering Palestinians, and give up the occupied territories.

Mostly, the OIL IS NOT THEIRS.

When it became clear to Israel that the US would not succeed in their New American Century plans, they made a deal with Russia for a gas pipeline.

That says it all.


12:31 PM  
Anonymous Hollywood Mogul said...

You are soooooooo right! We would make a movie about it, but (you know who owns us)...nevermind.

12:46 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

I've heard that the Iranina people left to their own devices would get rid of the Mullahs and within years and create a democracy that would work for them. They want democracy more than anybody and want to get rid of the extremists. So the question becomes, why are we so eager to go in there and bomb them to smithereens? It doesn't make sense. Are we afraid of a real democracy in the middle east?

12:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Now this is an interesting article that I read in regarding to actor, Tom Cruise's star power.

I didn't see any of Cruise's Mission Impossible movies. I have seen the original on T.V.

"The comments came after a USA Today/Gallup poll showed Cruise's star power in the eyes of the public had collapsed.
The survey in cinemas found 35 per cent had a favorable opinion of him but 51 per cent did not. "

At least Cruise's approval ratings are higher than the Gerbil!

2:29 PM  
Anonymous fran said...


Dear George...
May 11, 2006

Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has sent President Bush an 18-page letter, said to be the first direct communication between leaders of the two countries since the fall of the shah.

In the letter, Ahmadinejad shares his views that liberal democratic systems are finished and that Bush should join him in being a religious ruler. What every publication except this column seems to have missed is that the formal letter was accompanied by a short personal note to Bush. The text:

Dear Infidel:

Ha! Ha! Joking. Don't take it personally. I like to give nicknames to my friends. I call my minister of justice "One Shot." I think you know why. Unlike your esteemed vice president, he doesn't miss.

Speaking of Dick Cheney, could we have him when you're finished? The big fella would look good in a turban and make a great ayatollah. The one we have is a few chickpeas short of an order of hummus, if you get my drift.

Trust me, go easy on religion and politics, take it from one who knows: You don't want to be working for religious leaders, all that tut-tutting just because I allowed women to attend sporting events. You'd think I commissioned Janet Jackson to do the halftime show at Tehran stadium.

Oh, yes, we do hear some things about your popular culture. I was very fond of Western music, although we haven't been getting much of it since 1979, when we took your diplomats hostage. (I assure you that my role in that unfortunate incident was limited to chanting "Death to the Great Satan" a few times. Nothing personal. It's become sort of like the Yale fight song.)

Tell me. Are the Bee Gees still together? In private I really get down with "My Sherona." The Knack rules! If you're looking for a gift for me, an iPod loaded with ABBA would be most welcome. But keep it a secret. The mullahs aren't really cool with music yet.

The reason I am writing privately is that, now that Iran has a nuclear program, we are equals as world leaders and should be friends. Really, the axis of evil is down to just that little weirdo in North Korea. Sometimes, like you, I have to say things I don't mean for political reasons. That talk about wiping Israel off the map? That's just to _ how you say? _ energize the base. We call it revving up the ragheads. "Israel! Ka-boom!" and the rials come rolling in. I would very much like to meet your Karl Rove. Invitations to Camp David are possible to come by, yes?

We have much in common, you and I. Just this year I am increasing government spending 50 percent. Even with the oil money we can't afford it, but, hey, like you I won't be around when the bills come in. The elites make fun of me, too. They ridicule my manners and my intelligence, even though I have a doctorate in engineering, which I think is a little tougher than an MBA, no? You come to Iran and I show you how to handle elites.

Before I close, let me ask you something. You've been active in Republican politics for a long time. In 1980 _ and remember I only chanted at the hostages_ there was a joke in Ronald Reagan's campaign.

Q. What is 3 feet high and glows in the dark?

A: Tehran after Reagan takes office.

He was kidding, yes?

Peace out. Your friend,


P.S. Have your reply hand-delivered. They read everybody's mail here.

2:32 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Dear Georgie:

This is to inform you that the American public is looking with some suspicion at your disdain of
the Iranian president's message to
you. We are beginning to believe
you are looking for any angle to defy the rest of the world and bomb
the bejesus out of Iran. We are somewhat dismayed that you would even remotely consider using atomic
weapons to keep a country from using atomic weapons. Maybe we're just confused instead of furious, fed up and distrustful of anything that you say.

Citizens of the USA

3:18 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I second Grandmanuk's comment. Enough said Georgie.

4:43 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

A buddy of mine is from Iran. He got stuck here as a visiting college student way back in 1977. He had not seen his family until Khatami became president. According to my buddy, most of the people of Iran got tired of being cut off from most other countries, and most of them wanted a leader who could reach out to other countries. The majority of the Iranian people got what they wanted with Khatami. Under Khatami, my buddy could visit his family for the first time in over 20 years. Isn't the current president an associate of Khatami? I checked his bio and it said he was the mayor of Tehran last.

Let the Iranian people choose what kind of a leader they want. Isn't that what democracy is supposed to be?

Hasn't anyone thought that IF the U.S. does nuclear testing that India and Pakistan will want to do it NEXT!!!??? That will be really bad!!!!!

Thanks to all who gave me computer advice. I talked to the guy who set up my firewall and the stuff that traces the IP addresses of who and what is trying to hack in my system. Having hits from IP addresses that could not be traced after I went digging around the NSA Web site is probably not unrelated. I expected that, but it is still rude.

Next question, are there (how many) folks at the phone companies, Internet providers, etc. who are also on the NSA payroll?

Next prediction: The next time there is anything Qwest wants, they catch a bunch of nonsense from the government--payback for not rolling over and playing dead.

6:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Night Owl!

To answer your question, I found some information about who is on the NSA bankroll:

1. From WSJ. An excerpt:

There were 3rd party carrier helped long distance carrier involved in wiretapping people:

More Surveillance
Puts Strain on Carriers
Third Parties Help Telecom,
Internet Firms Fill Law Enforcement's
Increasing Data Requests
February 9, 2006; Page B3

"VeriSign Inc., the communications company in Mountain View, Calif., that manages the Internet's .com and .net domain-name suffixes, entered the assistance business after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. SS8 Networks Inc., a San Jose, Calif.-based company, in 2001 morphed its business into one that helps others deal with law-enforcement requests, after starting as an Internet-phone-equipment company a couple of years earlier.

CenturyTel Inc., a fixed-line phone company and Internet-service provider based in Monroe, La., serving 2.5 million customers, received about 1,500 subpoenas and court orders for customer data last year, said Stacey Goff, CenturyTel's chief legal counsel."

2. AT&T whistleblower squeals about a secret room that AT&T used to spy on people:

Whistle-Blower Outs NSA Spy Room
Wired News | April 07, 2006
By Ryan Singel

"AT&T provided National Security Agency eavesdroppers with full access to its customers' phone calls, and shunted its customers' internet traffic to data-mining equipment installed in a secret room in its San Francisco switching center, according to a former AT&T worker cooperating in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's lawsuit against the company.
Mark Klein, a retired AT&T communications technician, submitted an affidavit in support of the EFF's lawsuit this week. That class action lawsuit, filed in federal court in San Francisco last January, alleges that AT&T violated federal and state laws by surreptitiously allowing the government to monitor phone and internet communications of AT&T customers without warrants.
On Wednesday, the EFF asked the court to issue an injunction prohibiting AT&T from continuing the alleged wiretapping, and filed a number of documents under seal, including three AT&T documents that purportedly explain how the wiretapping system works.
According to a statement released by Klein's attorney, an NSA agent showed up at the San
Francisco switching center in 2002 to interview a management-level technician for a special job. In January 2003, Klein observed a new room being built adjacent to the room housing AT&T's #4ESS switching equipment, which is responsible for routing long distance and international calls.
"I learned that the person whom the NSA interviewed for the secret job was the person working to install equipment in this room," Klein wrote. "The regular technician work force was not allowed in the room."
Klein's job eventually included connecting internet circuits to a splitting cabinet that led to the secret room. During the course of that work, he learned from a co-worker that similar cabinets were being installed in other cities, including Seattle, San Jose, Los Angeles and San Diego.
"While doing my job, I learned that fiber optic cables from the secret room were tapping into the Worldnet (AT&T's internet service) circuits by splitting off a portion of the light signal," Klein wrote.
The split circuits included traffic from peering links connecting to other internet backbone providers, meaning that AT&T was also diverting traffic routed from its network to or from other domestic and international providers, according to Klein's statement.
The secret room also included data-mining equipment called a Narus STA 6400, "known to be used particularly by government intelligence agencies because of its ability to sift through large amounts of data looking for preprogrammed targets," according to Klein's statement.
Narus, whose website touts AT&T as a client, sells software to help internet service providers and telecoms monitor and manage their networks, look for intrusions, and wiretap phone calls as mandated by federal law."

10:06 PM  
Anonymous nexus said...

We increasingly see that people around the world are flocking towards a main focal point -- that is the Almighty God. Undoubtedly through faith in God and the teachings of the prophets, the people will conquer their problems. My question for you is: “Do you not want to join them?”

This is a very important message, he knows what is happening in the States, he knows about the fraud and swindle. It's just a matter of time now, this administration is over but they don't know it yet.

Let there be peace and justice for the world!

6:07 AM  
Anonymous nexus. said...

Within the non-proliferation treaty Iran has the right to make nuclear energie, just as all the other countries who signed this treaty. There is no proof of nuclear wapons, no proof at all.
The fact that Mamhoud is telling the world Israel is to be wiped of the map, he means, they are there on false grounds, just because some minor group could get America in to ww1, that's the deal. You can read about this on
Read it please, it will shed a new light on the Palestinion question.

Let there be peace!

6:18 AM  

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