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Debka and PressTV on US failed policy to Iran

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Strange for the combatative Debka to relay Iran’s voice. Seems like an admission of defeat for past policies.

Also interesting is Iran’s idea to offer an alternative system for the world. Just when everyone is questioning Capitalism.

Seems like the Obama period really could be different. If we no longer have to battle Muslims.


Tehran: Obama’s offer of talks shows US “policy of domination” failed

January 31, 2009, 2:41 PM (GMT+02:00)

Iran’s government spokesman is quoted as saying Saturday, Jan. 31 that capitalist thought and the system of domination have failed. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of Khomeini’s overthrow of the shah that Iran’s Islamic revolution was not limited to its borders. His response to the US president Barack Obama’s overtures was a demand that America apologize for 60 years of “crimes against Iran” and its new president carry out a “deep and fundamental change.”



PressTV is quoting the most hawkish of Neocons:

Bolton: Iran defeated US

Sat, 31 Jan 2009 06:54:57 GMT


Former US envoy to the UN John Bolton says Washington has lost its battle with Iran.

Former US envoy to the UN John Bolton says Washington has suffered a humiliating defeat in its drive against Iran’s nuclear activities.

In a Friday interview with BBC Persian, Bolton said Washington’s efforts to curb Tehran’s nuclear achievements have come to naught as Tehran has successfully managed to defend its national interests.

In my view, we lost the fight. Tehran has emerged the ultimate winner in maintaining its nuclear program, he added.

Bolton claimed that if Washington had settled on a military option against Iran’s nuclear infrastructure beforehand, “the threat of Iranian nuclear weapons would not have existed in the world today”.

Written by morris

January 31, 2009 at 5:06 pm

Posted in iran, Obama

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