Thursday, August 17, 2006

The President of Iran has his own Blog

Ok. Plenty of people have a lot to say on the current President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. But did you ever consider that you could speak to him direct or more likely (knowing the American right wing) abuse him in person...

Well now you can. The eccentric Leader of the republic of Iran has started his own blog which accepts comments and questions .. wooah

Fancy being involved in helping prevent the next world war ?

Sure you do :-)

Why not take part in an online vote in an online poll, the hard line Islamic president is asking in terrible English: do you think that the US and Israeli intention and goal by attacking Lebanon is pulling the trigger for another world war?

So far the vote is not going the way some of his more zealous revolutionaries would wish. Some 139,986 people or 55% are currently saying no, while 45% or 113,047 say Israel and the US have pulled the trigger.

My view is that it is not the most professional or tidy blog in the world and once the LGF bunch get hold of it they will be on full stop attack. It hardly seems to the wisest move he has ever made ( He is not known for wise moves) But it will be interesting to see how open and direct the debates become on his blog .... well at least until either the Islamofascists or the Neofascists get to find out about it. It will be all down hill from there..

It pains me to say that the type and amount of people that would be going there with the intent to simply attack the man will probably be overwhelming. If the man is willing to answer you direct then why take in the pre belief of what you have heard from the western Press and Government. Have no doubt that George Bush wouldn't ever even have the guts to try the same thing. I also have no doubt that the patronizing types who believe they have all the answers will not consider this an opportunity to learn something. You may well learn something , I have know doubt that Mr Ahmadinejad will too

Kudos for the effort and my sympathy for the expected response ...

Read it for yourself Here


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