Forever Under Construction

The NIE Report

Posted in Iran, Nuclear by homeyra on December 7, 2007

If you wonder what I think of this report, I can only quote (again) my friend Aref-Adib:


Posted previously at Politics by Aref-Adib


Update: Iran Intelligence Report: Another psychological warfare? By Soraya Sepahpour Ulrichan interview with  her.


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  1. aMmAr said, on December 7, 2007 at 10:30 am

    i fail to understand the fact that why UNO is more concerned about countries that dont have nukes and keepin it peaceful. countries (You know who) have it and and done that (u knw what 😛 ) and the funny part is they are acting like sherrifs. Lolz 😀 😛

  2. 99 said, on December 7, 2007 at 10:55 pm

    Horrifyingly, disorientingly, ridiculous.

    I’m pretty sure I fell into a coma about seven years ago and this is all the hallucination of a badly-damaged brain. The world is fine. I’m in a hospital bed somewhere and what’s left of my poor old noggin is just flipping out.

  3. homeyra said, on December 8, 2007 at 4:27 pm

    Disarmament seems a forgotten subject, … no more “on the table”.
    Need a few grown ups to put the problem in a sensible perspective. For the time being some pygmies are the self-proclaimed owners of the/our world while some others are more equal than the rest.

  4. 99 said, on December 8, 2007 at 8:34 pm

    …dwarf Pygmies at that! 😦

  5. michaelgreenwell said, on December 10, 2007 at 11:45 am

    the contempt they have for public intelligence with this sort of stuff never ceases to amaze me.

  6. Bluebear2 said, on December 10, 2007 at 7:54 pm

    the contempt they have for public intelligence with this sort of stuff never ceases to amaze me.

    The problem is that the “public intelligence” has been so diminished by years of useless TV programs and corporate propaganda that the “public IQ” has reached a level of about 3!

    Life is beautiful as long as you wear this trade name, drive this car and eat this fast food. Your wife or girlfriend will know your true love when you buy her this diamond jewelry!

  7. 99 said, on December 10, 2007 at 11:22 pm

    It really does get harder to find people who are concerned with things much more weighty than that, BB2. Very demoralizing. Granted, my parents are in their eighties, and Mom frequently says she can’t figure out why nobody’s assassinated * yet, but they just sit in front of the tv “reality shows” and nightly news broadcasts unfazed. “Oh, it will all turn around. Things will get better again.” Between the people who ignore what’s going on because they feel helpless and those who have never felt uncomfortable enough to bother paying attention and this “RELENTLESS” mind control stuff on the tube… I don’t know what in the heck we’re hoping to accomplish… ACCOMPLISH.

    I haven’t been near a tv in almost two years and it’s so much worse now than the completely unbearable it was then, I can’t describe it! Commercials are about equal time with programs now and twice as loud, drumming the consumer stuff into your brain whether you’re paying attention or not. EVERYTHING is skewed to reinforce “American exceptionalism” and the interests of big corporations. All of it. Programming and commercials. IT’S HORRIFYING ME!

    They never get off their skewed presentation of world leaders either! Never. They don’t evolve. New information or corrected misinformation never shows up.

    My parents would be out of it anyway, but I’m so creeped out to think of what it is doing to everyone else.


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