Friday, September 01, 2006

An insight into Ahmadinejad?

President Ahmadinejad of Iran has started to blog (or is this a ghost blog?) An English language version is also available. Worth following, in my opinion... Here it is: Ahmadinejad's blog.

6 Comments:

At 4:31 PM, Anonymous David Zarnett said...

amazing find gert.

you think its really him?

 
At 6:09 PM, Blogger Gert said...

David:

Probably not but a ghost writer would reflect his thinking, wouldn't you say so?

No, I can't see him sit down at his Presidential Computer and type away but I guess we'll never know...

 
At 6:15 PM, Blogger Gert said...

Thinking about it, it could be an imposter of course... How to find out?

It looks genuine but then so did Hitler's diaries at first glance.

Did you see the links in the left hand bottom corner?

 
At 7:20 PM, Anonymous David Zarnett said...

I dont know, it seems legit and if you look on www.leader.ir, people are sending questions to Sayyid Ali Khameini for religious guidance.

On the 'send Istifta (question)' page there is a list of every country in the world except for Israel - its replaced with 'Palestine (Occupied)'.

Interesting stuff.

 
At 5:36 AM, Blogger Timmer said...

Gert -

Don't faint or fall over, mate...I am back! Glad to be of service again, as usual ;-)

I read about this website, and as far as I can tell your link goes to the real thing. Funny world we suddenly live in, where despots and any public figures can have a blog or website to articulate their message (or rhetoric).

Next thing you know, Ahmadenijad will have a MySpace account and hit some chatrooms! ;-)

Good to visit again...swing by my little corner of the Ether some time, mate..been doing some redesign and you will hardly recognize the place. ;-)
Cheers, Timmer

 
At 2:48 PM, Blogger Gert said...

Timmer:

I know, isn't it disgusting? The President of a Sovereign Nation is allowed to have a blog! Doesn't that really go against the principles of Liberal Democracy???

I often wonder what you and your friends actually understand by freedom. I also feel that your understanding of Iran is very, very limited... Now you can go ahead and call me an "appeaser"...

 

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