A Royal 'We Shall Overcome' for Iran
Washington Post / Dana Milbank
23-Jun-2009 (one comment)

Particularly Pahlavi's. His family had lived a life of great extravagance until Ayatollah Khomenei deposed the shah in 1979, a year after Jimmy Carter hailed the monarch as "an island of stability." Even yesterday, the former crown prince was defensive about those days. "They had orders not to hit -- fire on people," he said of his father's troops, who, whatever their orders, managed to kill thousands.


"I'm not demanding people to support me today because of me. I'm demanding people to support me so that I can best serve them achieve what their goal is, which is achieve freedom."

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I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

I think Dana Milbank did well to report on this

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He is going to be on the forefront of covering an opportunistic fool for an American audience. Please prevent this Chalabi wannabe from getting the attention he wants.