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The CIA -- and IRAN's Recent Prez Election.

The CIA -- and IRAN's Recent Prez Election.

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Too bad, VERY BAD indeed, so MANY in Indonesia cannot speak nor read let alone WRITING in GOOD, correct English. Hence, their LACK of current information on LATEST news and analyses of world affairs in eco-political-military issues!

This deficiency, years ago, according to Mr. HASHIM Djoyohadikusumo whose elder bro is Let.Gen. Prabowo Subianto (Ret.), currently rthe running mate of Madame Megawati, who both speaks SIX European different languages, ENGLISH included; he (Mas Hashim) was quoted by the Daily KOMPAS, to have stated that due to LACK of English communication SKILLS (above), Indonesian EXPORT had been (as is now the case as well) in an unfavorable standing.

Btw, both Hashim and his bro Prabowo have long been prominent businessmen INTERNATIONALLY. He, Hashim was the one and ONLY one Indonesian businessman who PIONEERED the "counter-trade" (barter) with mostly the nations in the former USSR and rests of Eastern block.

Do not believe his allegation and MINE on such deficiency? Come, visit Indonesia or Jakarta, do business here, ASK ur prospective business partners to conduct in situ PROMPT presentation in English!

Of course, SOME people the graduates of the US, Ausie, Brits, N.Z., Canada can EFFORTLESSLY communicate in English. Mostly those while in their juior hi-schools years they lived, with their mostly Indonesian diplomats, in English speaking countries stated above.

Some Indonesian visited this Page of mine only to read, hopefully also downloaded, the INDONESIAN version of my writings.

Lha mau tahu banyak tentang perkembangan isu isu krusial di dunia gimana, lha wong ngebaca, nulis apalagi, dalam bhs DUNIA ini kagak becus? Padahal, sudah sejak di SMP mendapat pelajaran intensif bhs itu, s/d S1!

Ga usah banyak dalih dan alasan kuno deh.....

Ge juga makan nasi.....
Too bad, VERY BAD indeed, so MANY in Indonesia cannot speak nor read let alone WRITING in GOOD, correct English. Hence, their LACK of current information on LATEST news and analyses of world affairs in eco-political-military issues!

This deficiency, years ago, according to Mr. HASHIM Djoyohadikusumo whose elder bro is Let.Gen. Prabowo Subianto (Ret.), currently rthe running mate of Madame Megawati, who both speaks SIX European different languages, ENGLISH included; he (Mas Hashim) was quoted by the Daily KOMPAS, to have stated that due to LACK of English communication SKILLS (above), Indonesian EXPORT had been (as is now the case as well) in an unfavorable standing.

Btw, both Hashim and his bro Prabowo have long been prominent businessmen INTERNATIONALLY. He, Hashim was the one and ONLY one Indonesian businessman who PIONEERED the "counter-trade" (barter) with mostly the nations in the former USSR and rests of Eastern block.

Do not believe his allegation and MINE on such deficiency? Come, visit Indonesia or Jakarta, do business here, ASK ur prospective business partners to conduct in situ PROMPT presentation in English!

Of course, SOME people the graduates of the US, Ausie, Brits, N.Z., Canada can EFFORTLESSLY communicate in English. Mostly those while in their juior hi-schools years they lived, with their mostly Indonesian diplomats, in English speaking countries stated above.

Some Indonesian visited this Page of mine only to read, hopefully also downloaded, the INDONESIAN version of my writings.

Lha mau tahu banyak tentang perkembangan isu isu krusial di dunia gimana, lha wong ngebaca, nulis apalagi, dalam bhs DUNIA ini kagak becus? Padahal, sudah sejak di SMP mendapat pelajaran intensif bhs itu, s/d S1!

Ga usah banyak dalih dan alasan kuno deh.....

Ge juga makan nasi.....

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The CIA's Iranian Plan?
Short video explores the possibility that the CIA isinvolved in Iran's recent election unrest.
June 16, 2009 - AntiDefm
 In case you missed it 
Bush Authorizes NewCovert Action Against Iran The CIA has received secret presidential approval tomount a covert "black" operation to destabilize the Iranian government, currentand former officials in the intelligence community tell the Blotter onABCNews.com.
: Mr Bush has signed an officialdocument endorsing CIA plans for a propaganda and disinformation campaignintended to destabilise, and eventually topple, the theocratic rule of the mullahs.
: U.S. Secretary of StateCondoleezza Rice accused Iran of perverting the rule of law by charging threeIranian-Americans with spying and denied they were involved in espionage.
: Lawyer reveals that a trip toIsrael in 2006 helped to incriminate journalist
: Her attorney revealed thatthe American-born journalist had been convicted of spying for the United States in part because she had a copy of a confidential Iranian report on the U.S.-led war inIraq.
: How manyAmericans could identify the National Endowment for Democracy? Anorganization which often does exactly the opposite of what its name implies. The NED was set up in the early 1980s under President Reagan in the wake of all thenegative revelations about the CIA in the second half of the 1970s. 
 
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Ahmadinejad Won. Get Over It
By FLYNT LEVERETT AND HILLARY MANN LEVERETTJune 16, 2009 "Politico" -- -Without
any evidence, many U.S. politicians and “Iranexperts” have dismissed Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s reelection Friday, with62.6 percent of the vote, as fraud.They ignore the fact that Ahmadinejad’s 62.6 percent of the vote in this year’s election isessentially the same as the 61.69 percent he received in the final count of the 2005 presidential election, when he trounced former President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani. Theshock of the “Iran experts” over Friday’s results is entirely self-generated, based on their  preferred assumptions and wishful thinking.Although Iran’s elections are not free by Western standards, the Islamic Republic has a 30-year history of highly contested and competitive elections at the presidential, parliamentaryand local levels. Manipulation has always been there, as it is in many other countries.But upsets occur — as, most notably, with Mohammed Khatami’s surprise victory in the1997 presidential election. Moreover, “blowouts” also occur — as in Khatami’s reelection in2001, Ahmadinejad’s first victory in 2005 and, we would argue, this year.Like much of the Western media, most American “Iran experts” overstated Mir HosseinMousavi’s “surge” over the campaign’s final weeks. More important, they were oblivious — as in 2005 — to Ahmadinejad’s effectiveness as a populist politician and campaigner.American “Iran experts” missed how Ahmadinejad was perceived by most Iranians ashaving won the nationally televised debates with his three opponents — especially his
 
debate with Mousavi.Before the debates, both Mousavi and Ahmadinejad campaign aides indicated privately thatthey perceived a surge of support for Mousavi; after the debates, the same aides concludedthat Ahmadinejad’s provocatively impressive performance and Mousavi’s desultory one had boosted the incumbent’s standing. Ahmadinejad’s charge that Mousavi was supported byRafsanjani’s sons — widely perceived in Iranian society as corrupt figures — seemed to playwell with voters.Similarly, Ahmadinejad’s criticism that Mousavi’s reformist supporters, including Khatami,had been willing to suspend Iran’s uranium enrichment program and had won nothing fromthe West for doing so tapped into popular support for the program — and had the addedadvantage of being true.More fundamentally, American “Iran experts” consistently underestimated Ahmadinejad’s base of support. Polling in Iran is notoriously difficult; most polls there are less than fully professional and, hence, produce results of questionable validity. But the one poll conducted before Friday’s election by a Western organization that was transparent about itsmethodology — a telephone poll carried out by the Washington-based Terror-Free Tomorrowfrom May 11 to 20 — found Ahmadinejad running 20 points ahead of Mousavi. This pollwas conducted before the televised debates in which, as noted above, Ahmadinejad was perceived to have done well while Mousavi did poorly.American “Iran experts” assumed that “disastrous” economic conditions in Iran wouldundermine Ahmadinejad’s reelection prospects. But the International Monetary Fund projects that Iran’s economy will actually grow modestly this year (when the economies of most Gulf Arab states are in recession). A significant number of Iranians — including thereligiously pious, lower-income groups, civil servants and pensioners — appear to believethat Ahmadinejad’s policies have benefited them.And, while many Iranians complain about inflation, the TFT poll found that most Iranianvoters do not hold Ahmadinejad responsible. The “Iran experts” further argue that the highturnout on June 12 — 82 percent of the electorate — had to favor Mousavi. But this line of analysis reflects nothing more than assumptions.Some “Iran experts” argue that Mousavi’s Azeri background and “Azeri accent” mean thathe was guaranteed to win Iran’s Azeri-majority provinces; since Ahmadinejad did better thanMousavi in these areas, fraud is the only possible explanation.But Ahmadinejad himself speaks Azeri quite fluently as a consequence of his eight yearsserving as a popular and successful official in two Azeri-majority provinces; during thecampaign, he artfully quoted Azeri and Turkish poetry — in the original — in messagesdesigned to appeal to Iran’s Azeri community. (And we should not forget that the supremeleader is Azeri.) The notion that Mousavi was somehow assured of victory in Azeri-majority provinces is simply not grounded in reality.With regard to electoral irregularities, the specific criticisms made by Mousavi — such asrunning out of ballot paper in some precincts and not keeping polls open long enough (eventhough polls stayed open for at least three hours after the announced closing time) — couldnot, in themselves, have tipped the outcome so clearly in Ahmadinejad’s favor.

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