Thursday, August 31, 2006

Iran's Ahmadinejad - crazy or genius? What are we up against?

My first impressions of the new Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad were, “Here comes another evil nut. They pop up everywhere!”

But am I still sure that he’s an evil nut?

I still believe he’s evil, but I am no longer sure about the nut part. Our good friend Saddam Hussein, aka ‘the rabbit’, was an evil nut. He was crazy, would ramble, would kill his own countrymen and was found in a rabbit hole.

This guy is not ‘a rabbit’. In fact, if you’d ask his countrymen, they’d probably call him, ‘Robin Hood’. He is charismatic; steals from the rich (the US and co. – oil) and gives to the poor (the Iranians). He also gives to the new Iran - Lebanon.

This past Tuesday a delegation from the Iranian government paid a visit to Lebanese President Emile Lahoud, Prime Minister Fuad Siniora and Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri.

Upon completion of the tour, the head of the Iranian delegation Ali Saeedlou said that Iran is prepared to have a substantial share in the reconstruction of Lebanon.

He said,

“After my negotiations with the president and prime minister of Lebanon, it was agreed that we would start the first phase of assisting the people of Lebanon with the reconstruction of their roads.”
“Iran has agreed to repair damaged schools and religious sites, and will start reconstruction work within the shortest possible time.”

There you have it – gives to the poor – and the Arabs love him for it.

I would say that it’s time the world governments realize what they’re up against. It’s not terrorists, men who are hated by the nation. They are up against fathers, sons, brothers and cousins. In Iraq, children look out for American soldiers, to tell the terrorists to hide.

Unfortunately, we are at war with men who are beloved by their country and a leader who is more charismatic then Donald Trump. He is in fact better than The Donald. The Donald can only have one wife, this guy can have as many as he likes!

It's a battle of the body and it is also a battle of the mind and heart. Who will win the mind and hearts of the Arab nations. Until we learn the terrorist techniques it is impossible to win them.

If I was an Arab, Ahmadinejad would be the greatest leader in our history. That is of course, until he blows up all his followers.


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