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September 20, 2007

Ahmadinejad Is Pure Evil

This guy is totally EVIL! This terrorists is responsible for so many deaths of our trroops, Marines, the list goes on and on and then add in all the threats to desrroy America and Israel.

I saw this write up below at Drudge

Thu Sept 20 2007 16:11:22 ET

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will not press his plan -- just denied by New York City Police for security reasons -- to visit Ground Zero in New York City, he tells 60 MINUTES' Scott Pelley in an exclusive interview conducted today in Iran. The Iranian leader says he's "amazed" and skeptical that most Americans view his visit there as insulting as his intention was only to show respect. The interview will be broadcast on 60 MINUTES, Sunday Sept. 23 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS television Network.

An excerpt from the interview follows:

PELLEY: Mr. President, do you intend to press your request to visit the World Trade Center site?

AHMADINEJAD: Well, it was included in my program. If we have the time and the conditions are conducive, I will try to do that.

PELLEY: But the New York Police Department and others do not appear to want you there. Do you intend to go there anyway?

AHMADINEJAD: Well, over there, local officials need to make the necessary coordinations. If they can't do that, I won't insist.

PELLEY: Sir, what were you thinking? The World Trade Center site is the most sensitive place in the American heart, and you must have known that visiting there would be insulting to many, many Americans.

AHMADINEJAD: Why should it be insulting?

PELLEY: But the American people, sir, believe that your country is a terrorist nation, exporting terrorism in the world. You must have known that visiting the World Trade Center site would infuriate many Americans.

AHMADINEJAD: Well, I'm amazed. How can you speak for the whole of the American nation?

PELLEY: Well, the American nation--

AHMADINEJAD: You are representing a media and you're a reporter. The American nation is made up of 300 million people. There are different points of view over there.

Posted by Wild Thing at September 20, 2007 07:37 PM


Sixty-six Americans were taken captive when Iranian militants seized the U.S. Embassy in Tehran on Nov. 4, 1979, including three who were at the Iranian Foreign Ministry. Six more Americans escaped. Of the 66 who were taken hostage, 13 were released on Nov. 19 and 20, 1979; one was released on July 11, 1980, and the remaining 52 were released on Jan. 20, 1981. Ages in this list are at the time of release.

The 52:

    Thomas L. Ahern, Jr., 48, McLean, VA. Narcotics control officer.

    Clair Cortland Barnes, 35, Falls Church, VA. Communications specialist.

    William E. Belk, 44, West Columbia, SC. Communications and records officer.

    Robert O. Blucker, 54, North Little Rock, AR. Economics officer specializing in oil.

    Donald J. Cooke, 26, Memphis, TN. Vice consul.

    William J. Daugherty, 33, Tulsa, OK. Third secretary of U.S. mission.

    Lt. Cmdr. Robert Englemann, 34, Hurst, TX. Naval attach�.

    Sgt. William Gallegos, 22, Pueblo, CO. Marine guard.

    Bruce W. German, 44, Rockville, MD. Budget officer.

    Duane L. Gillette, 24, Columbia, PA. Navy communications and intelligence specialist.

    Alan B. Golancinksi, 30, Silver Spring, MD. Security officer.

    John E. Graves, 53, Reston, VA. Public affairs officer.

    Joseph M. Hall, 32, Elyria, OH. Military attach� with warrant officer rank.

    Sgt. Kevin J. Hermening, 21, Oak Creek, WI. Marine guard.

    Sgt. 1st Class Donald R. Hohman, 38, Frankfurt, West Germany. Army medic.

    Col. Leland J. Holland, 53, Laurel, MD. Military attach�.

    Michael Howland, 34, Alexandria, VA. Security aide, one of three held in Iranian Foreign Ministry.

    Charles A. Jones, Jr., 40, Communications specialist and teletype operator. Only African-American hostage not released in
    November 1979.

    Malcolm Kalp, 42, Fairfax, VA. Position unknown.

    Moorhead C. Kennedy Jr., 50, Washington, DC. Economic and commercial officer.

    William F. Keough, Jr., 50, Brookline, MA. Superintendent of American School in Islamabad, Pakistan, visiting Tehran at time of embassy


    Cpl. Steven W. Kirtley, 22, Little Rock, AR. Marine guard.

    Kathryn L. Koob, 42, Fairfax, VA. Embassy cultural officer; one of two women hostages.

    Frederick Lee Kupke, 34, Francesville, IN. Communications officer and electronics specialist.

    L. Bruce Laingen, 58, Bethesda, MD. Chargé d'affaires. One of three held in Iranian Foreign Ministry.

    Steven Lauterbach, 29, North Dayton, OH. Administrative officer.

    Gary E. Lee, 37, Falls Church, VA. Administrative officer.

    Sgt. Paul Edward Lewis, 23, Homer, IL. Marine guard.

    John W. Limbert, Jr., 37, Washington, DC. Political officer.

    Sgt. James M. Lopez, 22, Globe, AZ. Marine guard.

    Sgt. John D. McKeel, Jr., 27, Balch Springs, TX. Marine guard.

    Michael J. Metrinko, 34, Olyphant, PA. Political officer.

    Jerry J. Miele, 42, Mt. Pleasant, PA. Communications officer.

    Staff Sgt. Michael E. Moeller, 31, Quantico, VA. Head of Marine guard unit.

    Bert C. Moore, 45, Mount Vernon, OH. Counselor for administration.

    Richard H. Morefield, 51, San Diego, CA. U.S. Consul General in Tehran.

    Capt. Paul M. Needham, Jr., 30, Bellevue, NE. Air Force logistics staff officer.

    Robert C. Ode, 65, Sun City, AZ. Retired Foreign Service officer on temporary duty in Tehran.

    Sgt. Gregory A. Persinger, 23, Seaford, DE. Marine guard.

    Jerry Plotkin, 45, Sherman Oaks, CA. Private businessman visiting Tehran.

    MSgt. Regis Ragan, 38, Johnstown, PA. Army noncom, assigned to defense attach�'s officer.

    Lt. Col. David M. Roeder, 41, Alexandria, VA. Deputy Air Force attach�.

    Barry M. Rosen, 36, Brooklyn, NY. Press attach�.

    William B. Royer, Jr., 49, Houston, TX. Assistant director of Iran-American Society.

    Col. Thomas E. Schaefer, 50, Tacoma, WA. Air Force attach�.

    Col. Charles W. Scott, 48, Stone Mountain, GA. Army officer, military attach�.

    Cmdr. Donald A. Sharer, 40, Chesapeake, VA. Naval air attach�.

    Sgt. Rodney V. (Rocky) Sickmann, 22, Krakow, MO. Marine Guard.

    Staff Sgt. Joseph Subic, Jr., 23, Redford Township, MI. Military policeman (Army) on defense attach�'s staff.

    Elizabeth Ann Swift, 40, Washington, DC. Chief of embassy's political section; one of two women hostages.

    Victor L. Tomseth, 39, Springfield, OR. Senior political officer; one of three held in Iranian Foreign Ministry.

    Phillip R. Ward, 40, Culpeper, VA. Administrative officer.

One hostage was freed July 11, 1980, because of an illness later diagnosed as multiple sclerosis:

    Richard I. Queen, 28, New York, NY. Vice consul.

No I haven't forgotten Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. He was one of the ringleaders back on November 4, 1979. This SOB needs a severe dose of lead poisoning from close range. I can only hope someone accomodates him.

Posted by: Jack at September 20, 2007 08:44 PM

Jack thank you so much. I hope his end is near.

Posted by: Wild Thing at September 20, 2007 11:55 PM

The Iraniacs were islamo parasites in 1979 when they let our Tehran US Embassy hostages ROT in captivity for 444 days! Democrap President Carter did nothing - except pull out of the 1980 Summer Olympic games in Moscow! Nazism and Fascism and Totalitarianism and Communism and Islamofascism are all the same - 100% pure evil!

Posted by: darthcrUSAderworldtour07 at September 20, 2007 11:58 PM

Hell let the SOB go down and have some Iron worker
drop a 10 ton steel beam on his sorry A$$...
Hey I'm going to drop this post from Black Five
the whole thing sucks and heads need to roll and
someones as needs to burn...

Does SOCOM have Spec Ops troop's backs?
Posted By Uncle Jimbo
The cases of CPT Dave Staffel and MSG Troy Anderson seem very strange and the circumstances that led to their being charged with murder even stranger.

They are charged for the shooting of an Afghani male who had been identified and vetted by ODA 374 as a High Value Target and leader of a local terrorist cell. He was shot by MSG Anderson from approx. 100 yards on order from CPT Staffel. Both agreed they had positive identification (PID) of Nawab Buntangyar, and their Rules of Engagement (ROE) allowed them to use lethal force once they had PID of enemy forces or combatants. This standard was met and the hammer dropped.

The problem is the hammer was then dropped on these two gentlemen for this action seemingly in accordance with ROE. That is where the strangeness comes in. The ROE for detachments operating in the field is classified, but today I spoke with CPT Staffel's lawyer, Mr. Mike Waple. He has seen the ROE and was able to confirm that the standard in place was PID of a known enemy combatant. There is no argument about whether they got the right guy or whether they identified him properly. Mr. Wable states that it is "absolutely astonishing that charges were brought".

Some time after the event individuals either Afghani or American "raised red flags" about the incident and LTG Kearney ordered a 15-6 investigation to see if anything untoward had happened. This was conducted by and Air Force Colonel Pahana and he concluded that he saw no clear crime, and according to Mr. Waple, "That it was reasonable to assume for ODA 374 to conclude that Nawab was a threat to the province and specifically an upcoming Medical Assistance mission they were going to conduct"

Because accusation had been made that possible violations of the Laws of Land Warfare had occurred, COL Pahana requested that Army CID conduct a criminal investigation to make a final determination. This investigation was conducted and the result was that CID concluded no violations of ROE or the Laws of Land Warfare were committed, they included a legal opinion from JAG concurring in this assessment. So then no problem for the two soldiers right?

Wrong, enter LTG Kearney. He was Commander of Special Ops Command- Central and he had final say on the disposition of this investigation and the lives of these two men. Against the judgment of two investigations he commissioned, he decided that murder charges were warranted. He believed that Nawab should have been captured rather than shot. There does not exist any order specifying that Nawab was to be captured, and having been vetted as a known terrorist he was subject to ventilation at any moment. Staffel and Anderson could not risk allowing a likely attempt to conduct a terror attack as they were trying to set up an upcoming medical treatment operation for villagers in the area.

That was a reasoned decision that should be and was made by a battlefield commander CPT Staffel. When Generals in offices over ride the decisions made in accordance with the applicable rules, we have a problem. This is not LTG Kearney's first instance of doing this either. He ejected the first Marine unit ever to deploy as part of Special Operations Command from Afghanistan after a vehicle ambush and shoot out. There was no clear cut answer as to what happened, but given conflicting US and Afghani statements LTG Kearney took the side of the Afghanis and sent the Marines home.

In this case he ignored his own experts and decided that the CPT on the ground made the wrong call. Mr. Waple called it "Inexcusable' for charges to be preferred. But they were and so there was an Art. 32 hearing in which the 15-6 investigation, the CID investigation and all other relevant factors were weighed and a recommendation to the Commander of Special Forces Command will be made as to whether charges should proceed or be dropped.

Mr. Waple said " We spent a day and a half arguing about whether he was right or correct in shooting the guy and we can't even all agree. That Captain had to make that decision immediately" The Art. 32 finished up yesterday and we will soon find out if our Special Ops troops can feel comfortable that their command has their backs or not. The jury is definitely out on LTG Kearney.

Disclaimer: I think I know MSG Anderson, although I haven't confirmed that.

Posted by: Tincan Sailor at September 21, 2007 12:05 AM

This is Coo Coo Columbia reporting and we've invited Madinthehead Ah Mad In E JAD to reach common ground as to why he believes in blowing his ugly ass up in order to get eternal poontang with 72 virgins.... After all, pork grind minds wanna know! - Pork, the other infidel white meat!

Posted by: darthcrUSAderworldtour07 at September 21, 2007 01:44 AM

I'm crossing my fingers that a CIA or Mossad sniper takes him out. He' a horrible little man who does not deserve to be breathing our air

Posted by: cuchieddie at September 21, 2007 08:34 PM