Chilling Interview With Mahmoud Ahmadinejad 1

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    I don't care for der Spiegel, but this may well be the best interview done on this meglomaniac from Iran. There is a second page, found at the link at the bottom of the site:

    http://service.spiegel.de/cache/international/spiegel/0,1518,418660,00.html

     
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    con't

     
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    Where's Gunny Hathcock when you need him?
     
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    Hathcock did his part...leave him be. There must be someone we can send to do the job though.

    By the way, Hathcock has got to be the ultimate...he is one of my heroes! Of course, probably none of the young whipper snappers on this board know who the heck Hathcock is!
     
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    I would like to see someone like "Black Jack Pershing" take this piece of shit out. Now there was a man ahead of his times. Kept the peace for a long time!!!!!

    Sure could use someone like him today!!!!
     
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    ;) http://www.namvets.com/Photograghs/Fallen%20Hero's/usmc_gysgt_carlos_n_hathcock_ii.htm
     
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    Thanks Kathianne! I am sure that link will cause many a lib much distress...:laugh:
     
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    Fascinating reading...

    Good insight into how he really thinks, this man. I could accept all his arguments about how the world is unfair and why he should be able to have nuclear weapons as he pleases him, or American interests of oil and so on. I mean, those are points he can argue for, wich are on a sane level sort of.

    But the gap between his view of the world and, my own, - for instance, is striking! How on earth can diplomats work this one? Daunting task. I don't like the idea of another war, or a nuclear strike as some people suggest, but I can't see where to meet him either. On what issues is there agreement at all? Any?

    One thing though, he talks about European support for Iraq during the war, and I can agree with him to a certain degree. That was bad. Not that Europe should have supported Iran either, but short term economic benefits earned by fueling a war seems very wrong to me.


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    Why? Is it a story behind this? Just curious.
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    EV, the link provided by Kathianne is to a webpage describing MGSgt Carlos Hathcock. His philosophy on his operations during Vietnam will be distressful to some. My comment was on that...not on the original post. I admit to veering the thread off course. Sorry.
     
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    Okay. I read from that link and well, yes... some people might find it distressful maybe. (Espescially the comment about hunting). But as with other occupations some people are just very good at what they do. He was obviously!
     

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