Censorship and Iran


Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called on U.S. President George W. Bush to participate in a "direct television debate with us," so Iran can voice its point of view on how to end world predicaments.

"But the condition is that there can be no censorship, especially for the American nation," he said Tuesday.

Ahmadinejad blamed "special concessions" granted to the United States and Britain as "the root cause of all the problems in the world."


Actually the root cause of much of the problems in the world is Islamic religious bigotry and he is one its primary pushers. But, on top of that how ridiculous is it that a man who is responsible for censoring blogs and throwing media in jail for saying something other than the religious bigots line would be worried about censorship in this country. He is not just out of touch with this country, but also out of touch with his own. Perhaps he is so bigotted that he does not recognize the censorship in Iran as anything other than business as usual.


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