Skip to comments.Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrested
Posted on 04/30/2013 9:40:12 PM PDT by yldstrk
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was arrested and held for seven hours Monday and warned to keep his mouth shut about matters detrimental to the Islamic regime before he was released, according to a source within the Revolutionary Guards intelligence unit.
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I guess those darned cops are as dumb as I am. lol
In other words he admitted that the election was tampered with and that there is evidence proving it. That is not the kind of thing even a corrupt politician would bluff about
Weirdo serves at the pleasure of the Mullahs...never been any doubt of that
She is a goofball...of course lib
but she is southern syrupy, self deprecating
and most imnportant
leggy, nice rack and yet thin
one could do worse..physically anyhow
just for a weekend
"I'm in a bad jam!"
Yeah those Persian experts are pretty flaky, there’s the ‘ex CIA Agent’ Kahlili and the other dead CIA Agent conjurer Michael Ladeen....both are almost always wrong.
In the hands of Syrians. Russian tanks were almost completely worthless in the hands of Iraqis fighting the U.S. Some American officers thought that if the equipment were reversed, if the American Army had had Russian tanks and the Iraqis had had Abrams, the results would have been the same. No telling.
Thr \\e Russians have always expoerted dumbed down versions of their own hardware and counted on potential opponents worrying about what the Russians had, not what they sold.
He’s always been nothing but a figurehead, Khamenei is the real power in Iran.
Sounds like some ticked off Mullahs were putting the “I” back into Islamic Republic. Just a friendly reminder of who was really running the joint.
Well, hard to tell what’s up in that cr*phole. Mesta had an interesting thought: maybe the Guards by themselves have become a significant player able to command politics and military in the country.
THEY were always the ones hosting/catering to the AQ leadership.
Where would Amadinnerjacket go? That is an excellent question. Where could he go and feel somewhat safe? The DPRK? Egypt? Perhaps he’ll go hang out in a well with the Mahdi.
That Kahlili is about as flaky as they come from what I’ve seen myself.
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