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The failure to promote democracy and the western need for dictatorship (Stupidism Manifesto)

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Submitted by HARRAK (Canada), Mar 21, 2006 at 15:34

I have some comments on some of the sentences used:

"'"We will work with the freely elected, democratic government of Iraq –.."'

Let me put it the correct way:

...We will work with the freely elected, democratic government of IRANIAN AGENTS and armed Melitias of the KURDISH BESHMERGAH, THE BADR ARMY, THE MAHDI ARMY MAINLY, AND WE invite also the WAHABI terrorists to freely and demoractically participate in the national unity government...think about it!

"The NSS omits any mention of Turkey and Bangladesh and it refers to Saudi Arabia only in passing, suggesting that the Islamist leadership in these states poses no particular concern"'

Refers by passing to the Saudi Cannibal regime!! why!!! What does it mean bypassing? Are we in the dock of the bay in a romantic night listening to Otis Redding westling? I just do not see USA promoting democracy by protecting the Saudi Cannibal govenment that kills people for changing their faith! even in Islam, the Quran says: (No Compulsion in religion) also ( you have your religion, and I have mine)..and now this American hypocrites grows the radical governments and protect them and at the end blame it on Islam..that is the Stupidism Manifesto that the report is talking about; exclusively for local consumption with beer and pop corn. A movie like scene..

Today in the Bush and Cheney new free and democratic Afghanistan -I would rather say Terroristan- A judge rules out that chaniging the faith from Islam to other religions can be punished by execution!!! what are the Americans and the Canadians doing there!! again, growing and protecting radicalism. If I were Bush, I would not hesitate now to pressure my puppet Hamid Kharzai to cancel that law and fire the judge right away..

Also 2 days ago, a parliamentary law in Algeria banned the preaching of Christianity make that punishable with up to 5 years in jail. Where are the planners of the new middle east!! why would not they pressure such governments ... this is hypocrisy in display.


"" "if confrontation is to be avoided," states the NSS, diplomatic efforts must succeed in convincing Tehran to restrict its nuclear program to peaceful purposes""

If ! how come if is followed by MUST. They are like telling us : Confrontation MUST be avoided if diplomatic efforts succeed. So they misplaced the "IF" and the "MUST" to misinform public opinion and show that they are on top dictating the situation.

America is living in DENIAL. Especially after listening to Bush's news conference..He failed big time and his days in office are finger-countable...
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