The lovely Mr. Clark


by Fred

Among the individual “peace and anti-war” activists who were hosted by the show president of IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, during his trip to New York, one has a special significance.

 In one of its reports, IRIB, The official News organ of IRR’s broadcasting mentions this interesting person and what he said during the meeting.

“In his speech, Ramsey Clark who was the Attorney General during the presidency of Bush the father said:

Because the American leaders at that time did do wrong to the Iranian people, this matter has to be rectified through the passage of time.

We do believe in the Iranian system, government and people. And Iranian officials must tell us what we need to do to confront the American policies."

The obvious misinformation about Ramsey being in the elder Bush’s cabinet aside, I see the significance of the meeting in another aspect.

You see besides his “peace advocacy” activities, Ramsey has also represented Milosevic who murdered thousands of civilians many of them Muslims. And at one point he was Saddam Hussein’s defense attorney during his trial for mass murder of mostly Muslims.

In light of crimes against humanity committed by IRR, most of the victims being  Muslim, the fact that many genuine Iranian human rights attorneys and peace activists are currently languishing in IRR’s jails and the many who have had to flee the country-- the touch-feely meeting between the two makes perfect sense.


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by AMIR1973 on

I think the use of force is justified against Islamist terrorists who not only deliberately target other Muslims on a daily basis, but have also mounted deadly attacks in the U.S, Asia, Europe, and Africa. We have to agree to disagree on this.


Are you serious Amir?


We are creating more "Islamists" not destroying them. Just google "civillian deaths" and "drones" and what you'll find that many of these strikes have killed atleast a few civillians. Not to mention how many analysts have said that drone strikes are pointless venture in the whole war on terror campaign. 



by Fred on


 ...NOT want to be recognized for his/her contributions?

Islamist Rapists have a long held practice of taking  it out on the relatives.


As we are speaking,

by AMIR1973 on

Islamists in Afghanistan and Pakistan are plotting their daily carnage of suicide bombings, beheadings and other progressive, peaceful actions -- actions designed to maximize civilian deaths. President Obama is doing the right thing and trying to destroy these murderous terrorists. Killing Islamists can save countless innocent lives. Just imagine how many lives could have been saved if the Shah had executed Khomeini after the 1963 riots or if Bill Clinton had killed Bin Laden in the 1990s. There is a time and a place for the use of force: decent liberals, like FDR, understood that.


one death too many


as we speak flying robots are bombing targets in Afghanistan and Pakistan and killing god knows how many.

'war on terror' run amock. 


Rumsfeld, Bush and the Supreme War Crime


Saddam, Rwandan genocide

by AMIR1973 on

Saddam, Rwandan genocide culprits (another group on whose behalf Clark has advocated), Milosevic, the IRI, and the North Korean regime pale in comparison to the Evil that is the Great Satan.


Maybe he found out that the


Maybe he found out that the things "democracy central" did in the name of freedom and "defense" was actually much worse and paled in comparison to what the modern dictators do?




Ramsey Clark

by AMIR1973 on

Ramsey Clark was Attorney General during the Johnson administration. He's morphed into a defender of all things anti-American, whether it be Milosevic, Saddam, the North Korean regime, etc. He's of the so-called "peace and understanding", "anti-imperialist" perspective (translation: Groupies of anti-American murderous regimes).    


Should he live long enough,

by Rea on

he'd probably defend Kim Jong as well.


Ramsey is a lost soul

by mahmoudg on

never could come to grips with his hatred for the Shah, so was willing to sacrifice all the rights and benefits of a Free America to prove a point. Clark who i belive was the Attorney General under The Carter Administration (may be mistaken) was part of that failed fiasco of the Iranian revolution.


Question for 'Fred'

by Raoul1955 on

Why would someone or some 'entity' who regularly posts here, or on any blog site for that matter, NOT want to be recognized for his/her contributions?
For example, Darius and Ari are among regular contributors who use their full names.  On the other hand, we have a few who post very well-articulated blogs and yet refuse to disclose their true identities, but prefer using a single screen name such as 'Fred,' or made up 'full' names such as 'Sue Tehrani' or other nonsensical 'full' names.  I find that very curious, wouldn't you?

Your thoughts on this issue would be appreciated.  :-)