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In surprise move, Iran’s Ahmadinejad to run for president

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Iran’s former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday stunned the country by unexpectedly filing to run in the May presidential election, contradicting a recommendation from the supreme leader to stay out of the race.

Ahmadinejad’s decision could upend an election many believed would be won by moderate President Hassan Rouhani, who negotiated the nuclear deal with world powers. Though Rouhani has yet to formally register, many viewed him as a shoe-in following Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s recommendation in September for Ahmadinejad to stand down and conservatives’ inability to coalesce around a single candidate.

Ahmadinejad’s firebrand style could prove appealing for hard-liners seeking a tough-talking candidate who can stand up to U.S. President Donald Trump. His candidacy also could expose the fissures inside Iranian politics that linger since his contested 2009 re-election, which brought massive unrest.

Associated Press journalists watched as stunned election officials processed Ahmadinejad’s paperwork on Wednesday. Asked about Ahmadinejad’s decision, one Tehran-based analyst offered a blunt assessment.

“It was an organized mutiny against Iran’s ruling system,” said Soroush Farhadian, who backs reformists.

Ahmadinejad previously served two four-year terms from 2005 to 2013. Under Iranian law, he became eligible to run again after four years out of office, but he remains a polarizing figure, even among fellow hard-liners.

Two of his former vice presidents have been jailed for corruption since he left office. Iran’s economy suffered under heavy international sanctions during his administration because of Western suspicions that Tehran was secretly pursuing nuclear weapons. Iran insists its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes.

Ahmadinejad’s disputed re-election in 2009 sparked massive protests and a sweeping crackdown in which thousands of people were detained and dozens were killed.

Internationally, Ahmadinejad is more known for repeatedly questioning the scale of the Holocaust, predicting Israel’s demise and expanding Iran’s contested nuclear program.

The memory of the 2009 unrest likely sparked Khamenei’s comments in September. At that time, he recommended an unnamed candidate not seek office as it would bring about a “polarized situation” that would be “harmful for the county.”

Ahmadinejad described comments by the supreme leader suggesting he not run as “just advice” in a news conference shortly after submitting his registration.

“His advice does not prevent me from running,” he said. “There is extensive pressure on me from dear people of different walks of life as their small servant to come to the election.”

There was no immediate reaction from the supreme leader’s office.

Ahmadinejad said his decision to run was intended to help former Vice President Hamid Baghaei, a close confidant. Baghaei, who was imprisoned for seven months after he left office, registered alongside Ahmadinejad on Wednesday. So did Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei, another of the former president’s close allies.

More than 120 prospective candidates submitted their names as candidates on the first day of registration Tuesday, including six women and seven clerics. Registration remains open until Saturday.

Under Iran’s electoral system, all applicants must be vetted by the Guardian Council, a clerical body that will announce a final list of candidates by April 27. The council normally does not approve dissidents or women for the formal candidate list.

The May 19 election is seen by many in Iran as a referendum on the 2015 nuclear agreement and other efforts to improve the country’s sanctions-hobbled economy. Under the nuclear deal, Iran agreed to curb its uranium enrichment in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions.

Since the deal, Iran has signed multi-billion-dollar contracts with airplane manufacturers Boeing Co. and Airbus. The benefits have yet to trickle down to the average Iranian, however, fueling some discontent.

Yahoo



42 Comments on "In surprise move, Iran’s Ahmadinejad to run for president"

  1. Cloggie on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 3:27 pm 

    The good old days could revive:

    https://postimg.org/image/9g8eksxot/

    (Apart from Chavez, RIP)

  2. Sissyfuss on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 3:41 pm 

    The English interpretation of his name is” Mock me I’m a dim head job. “

  3. Cloggie on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 4:51 pm 

    The English interpretation of his name is” Mock me I’m a dim head job. “

    Internationally, Ahmadinejad is more known for repeatedly questioning the scale of the Holocaust

    Do you believe in the holocaust, Siss? Would you not agree that we should all be grateful to the Anglos and Soviets that they informed the world that the Jerries had an extermination program going on? Otherwise perhaps nobody might have noticed. We should be especially grateful to these 70% Jewish staffers who run the Nuremberg tribunal for paying good attention and delivering top notch quality work.

  4. Apneaman on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 4:57 pm 

    Stolen by the Nazis: The tragic tale of 12,000 blue-eyed blond children taken by the SS to create an Aryan super-race

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1111170/Stolen-Nazis-The-tragic-tale-12-000-blue-eyed-blond-children-taken-SS-create-Aryan-super-race.html

  5. Apneaman on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 5:01 pm 

    Hair clog, maybe there is some underlying genetic component to your American obsession? Something deep inside you is trying to find your real daddy?

    a new book claims that US soldiers raped up to 190,000 women at the end of World War II.

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/book-claims-us-soldiers-raped-190-000-german-women-post-wwii-a-1021298.html

  6. Apneaman on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 5:05 pm 

    Germans knew of Holocaust horror about death camps

    Details of deaths of Jews and other groups in concentration camps were well publicised

    “They knew that Adolf Hitler had repeatedly forecast the extermination of every Jew on German soil. They knew these details because they had read about them. They knew because the camps and the measures which led up to them had been prominently and proudly reported step by step in thousands of officially-inspired German media articles and posters according to the study, which is due to be published simultaneously in Britain and the US early next month and which was described as ground-breaking by Oxford University Press yesterday and already hailed by other historians.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2001/feb/17/johnezard

    Of course they knew, that’s why any whining about Nuremberg is a joke since the Kraut nation got off easy.

  7. Sissyfuss on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 5:39 pm 

    Meinclogf, if you believe that Adolf was just a misunderstood little love spunker then of course the Holocaust was hugely exaggerated.I believe that Hitler was purely evil in human form and his destruction of much of Europe is proof.You take on the persona of a failed history professor but very few are impressed. Your ego so outpaces your talent.

  8. Cloggie on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 6:07 pm 

    I believe that Hitler was purely evil in human form

    Indeed, the way he firebombed one American city after the other was barbarous to the hilt, not mention his nuking of Japanese cities and raping every American woman he could lay his fingers on.

    You take on the persona of a failed history professor but very few are impressed.

    Of course not. Nobody wants to be portrayed as the dummies that were enslaved 100 years ago and were used to flatten every country since that stood in the way of the grand schemes of your new masters. Nobody wants to be portrayed as a slow son, who teamed up with a notorious mass murderer and together raped mum. Perhaps you deserve what will come to you next, exactly the same fate of the Russians hundred years ago. Stupidity is no excuse.

    Of course they knew, that’s why any whining about Nuremberg is a joke since the Kraut nation got off easy.

    You have one name and proof of somebody who was gassed? Not 6 million, one will do. Should be a piece of cake for you. Thanks in advance.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2Ae8T0FmFg
    (Before Nuremberg, the outcome was predetermined)

    http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/images/holohoax.jpg
    (Endless references to 6 million, decades before they found the right opportunity to plant their story)

    Go for it, Ahmadinejad!

    And then their is Putin who has all the archives necessary to kill the WW2 lies. He almost spilled the beans in 2008…

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/5445161/Russia-accuses-Poland-of-starting-Second-World-War.html

    …and will unleash the truth in return for membership in a European Confederation.

    If you only knew how deep the abyss is going to be.

  9. JuanP on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 7:01 pm 

    I like both Ahmajinedad and Rouhani. Both are better human beings than Trump and the clunt.

  10. Boat on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 7:53 pm 

    JuanP,

    Just a few months ago you loved Trump.

  11. JuanP on Wed, 12th Apr 2017 8:51 pm 

    Boat, I never loved Trump. I only love one person in the whole world and that is my wife. I have always said that Trump is a narcissistic ignorant clown. I have also always said that both Hillary and Trump are a reflection of how pathetic and corrupt the USA has become. What I did say was that I preferred him to the Clinton psychopathic murdering bitch. I still prefer him to that bitch. Anyone but Hillary! Go Trump! You are one hopeless dumb fuck! I don’t even know why I bother writing to you.

  12. GregT on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 1:14 am 

    In surprise move, Iran’s Ahmadinejad to run for president

    In a far less surprising move, the MSM is ramping up wars against Russia, China, Syria, and Iran.

    Who could have possibly seen that coming? …………

  13. joe on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 3:30 am 

    Ahmedinajads reappearence is a challange to the ruling authorities in Iran, they never wanted him. He kinda looks like a simpleton with his eyes so close together, but dont be fooled this guy is sharp. Lest we forget he was president when some US navy guys were caught having a spin on the boat on the wrong side of the border and had were treated like the boys they were.
    He will no doubt seek conflict and try to make things worse. His faith is genuine, so it means hes not afraid to die. Can everyone in the West say the same? This guy has one mission, to be the guy to announce to the world the news that Iran has developed and built and successfully tested a nuke. If the US is stupid enough to invade, even better in his opinion. Better pray he doesn’t win.

  14. Davy on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 6:05 am 

    Ahmajinedad is a clown and he will only continue poor Iranian policy. Iran is a skydaddy worshipping nation who will never succeed on the world stage. It will succeed as a spoiler. Spoilers do not become great nations. Iran will piss away its oil endowment on foreign entanglements. If you base your national policy on Allah then it will not have balance. I have nothing against skydaddies and Allah just against mixing religion into the geopolitical. It is like mixing fire and water.

    I have the highest regards for the Iranian people. Their women are beautiful. There ancient culture amazing. My wife has a good friend married to one. They are both doctors. He is a great guy. I just think todays Iran is a mess. For you anti-American bias assholes I think the US is a mess too. I know you hypocrites love Iran even though many of you hate religion. That shows how your policy operates. Anything anti-American is OK whether it is environmentally destroying China or a skydaddy run nation like Iran.

    I am a systems thinker. It is well know the spiritual and the sciences operate in different spheres. Politics is part of the humanities which is a blend of both but a majority science based. Iran’s deeper global policy is based on the Muslim apocalyptic. I need say no more about where that policy is going. Iran could be a great nation if the religious nut cases were back at the mosques. Ahmajinedad is a nut case.

  15. Sissyfuss on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 10:27 am 

    Agree with you on separation of church and state, Davy. Something that is impossible with Islam. And don’t include me in the anti-American rabble. I love my country but I hate what the corporatocracy is doing to it and its citizens. Haven’t seen any solutions to our predicament other than staring at a screen.

  16. Apneaman on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 10:46 am 

    Davy, isn’t Ahmajinedad one of the Iranian people too?

  17. Davy on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 12:44 pm 

    Siss, do you think I like the corptocracy? BTW, corptocracy is a global thing not just American. Apperently, if one points out anti-Americanism you are labeled a flag waiver. The anti-Americans on this board can’t stand an American standing up for himself and his country. The anti-Americans love Americans that hate their country. What I don’t like from the extremist anti-Americans is making it into an emotional crusade of hate. They want me to be ashamed of myself for being American. There is also the anti-American Americans. People like makati are flaming anti-Americans. He makes it a special point to remind us daily how bad we are. I have never labeled you siss. Let me know if you have an issues with that. I make an effort to make sure dumbass anti-Americans are legit with their criticism. There is a place for this criticism that comes with the territory of being an empire in decline but what goes on here is excessive and disgusting.

  18. Hairless Monkey on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 1:55 pm 

    “I’m A Dinner Jacket” wants very badly to be in a high position where he can pick a fight with Trump and sink some US warships (even if Tehran gets levelled in the aftermath).

  19. GregT on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 9:45 pm 

    In other news:

    U.S. drops ‘mother of all bombs’ in Afghanistan, aiming for ISIS caves

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/u-s-drops-bomb-afghanistan-1.4069637

    ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), has now apparently infiltrated Afghanistan. OK.

    The real message here; “Iran, we have you surrounded”.

    All still going according to the plan. First they take Damascus, then they will take Tehran.

  20. makati1 on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 11:21 pm 

    Ah, another Davy rant … waving that blood soaked, ragged, war-mongering America flag. We don’t hate the U$, we just hate what you have let it become. The worlds Number One Terrorist organization, Police State, Dictatorship, etc.

    Put it back to the U$ of the 50s and60s and I will stop pointing out its flaws, of which there are very many. You cannot even give one positive thing about the U$ these days except, it is a huge debtor nation that is dying from drugs, debt, wars of choice and hubris. So far all you have done is parrot the propaganda you suck on every day. A school yard child going: “I’m better than you are! Nya, nya, nya!” LMAO

  21. makati1 on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 11:48 pm 

    As for food independence:

    “Study: Nearly 2 billion people rely on food grown elsewhere”

    What is that blue blob on the U$ West Coast? Why, it’s Californication! 10% (35M) of Americans are NOT food self sufficient. More if the true numbers were told. But, miracle of miracles, the Philippines is not in that crowd. It IS a food self sufficient country for it’s 100M+ population.

  22. GregT on Thu, 13th Apr 2017 11:50 pm 

    “I have nothing against skydaddies and Allah just against mixing religion into the geopolitical. It is like mixing fire and water.”

    Agreed. The water being religion, and the geopolitical being fire.

    When the muslims get geopolitical on your ass, and reign a campaign of terror on you, destroying your government, infrastructure, institutions, cities, towns, wives, children and loved ones, then you will have every right to defend yourself and to fight back. Until that day comes, you have no right what-so-ever to be fucking with their beliefs, or their ways of life.

  23. Davy on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 4:16 am 

    Makati, what is positive about your Asia? The same things are happening there. Same shit but you don’t want to admit that. You are a delusional liar talking shit on the US and talking up shit on Asia. I admit there is nothing good to say about the US anymore but that does not mean it is all a loss as you want to paint. I admit and acknowledge you don’t that makes you the propagandist. I want you to reference any of my comments bragging about the US? You won’t find any wack job. I am not like you who brags about your stupid Asia in a constant vomit. The US is a 1st and 3rd world country. You want to criticize it based upon it being a 1st world country. That is easy to do because the 3rd world is very apparent. I live with these people. Some are my neighbors. That is all you have trying to prove what has been the case through most of the US history. Makati, you are the worst kind of person. You spread hate and discontent. You are a braggart and a narcissist. How is fantasy acres? How is the boyfriend? How is the Manilla smog? Are you wearing a mask yet?

  24. Davy on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 4:23 am 

    “Until that day comes, you have no right what-so-ever to be fucking with their beliefs, or their ways of life.” Let’s, clear up the confusion here. I know you are talking to me here but you are also referencing yourself and stupid Canada, right?

  25. Davy on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 4:43 am 

    “What is that blue blob on the U$ West Coast? Why, it’s Californication! 10% (35M) of Americans are NOT food self sufficient. More if the true numbers were told. But, miracle of miracles, the Philippines is not in that crowd. It IS a food self sufficient country for it’s 100M+ population.”

    You are going off the deep end in denial makati. You must be really worried these days and for good reason being above 20MIL Manila in that little 27th floor apartment. How is fantasy acres? You do realize that the US imports non essentials. Food we import because we are a rich nation. We don’t need these import to survive. We are the biggest food exporter in the world so I am trying to see how you square that circle. Somewhere in your dumbass mind the numbers work for you I guess.

    http://www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/0712/top-agricultural-producing-countries.aspx
    https://www.ers.usda.gov/data-products/ag-and-food-statistics-charting-the-essentials/agricultural-trade/

  26. makati1 on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 5:43 am 

    You are ignorant of what is happening here. You read the propaganda from your masters and believe it like gospel from on high. Asia is not trying to rule the world with wars and mass destruction like the U$ for one. The list of positives is long but you would call it bullshit anyway so why bother.

    Obviously I weighted the pros and cons and made my decision. I have been here for almost nine years and am even more certain it was the correct one. After all, I lived in the U# for 64 years and KNOW what it is like there.

    “Freedom”. You no longer have it there. I do here. Nuff said.

  27. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 6:24 am 

    Greg says: When the muslims get geopolitical on your ass, and reign a campaign of terror on you, destroying your government, infrastructure, institutions, cities, towns, wives, children and loved ones, then you will have every right to defend yourself and to fight back. Until that day comes, you have no right what-so-ever to be fucking with their beliefs, or their ways of life.

    We had 278 Europeans killed in the past two years due to Islamic terrorism:

    http://www.latimes.com/world/europe/la-fg-europe-terror-20160715-snap-htmlstory.html

    We have no-go areas, we have Sweden as the rape capital of the world, we have 1400 British children in Rotherham, raped for years by Islamic gangs (probably the tip of the iceberg).

    Please provide us Europeans with superb North-American moral guidance of how many more Europeans need to be killed and raped before we are morally allowed to hit back.

    Wouldn’t you not agree that we Europeans should at least halt further influx of Islamic invaders, if necessary by force, and NOT wait until the inevitable civil war breaks out? Don’t we owe that to future of both European AND Islamic children?

  28. Davy on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 7:01 am 

    There are hard facts and then there is whining. Which are you doing makati? Your Manila is the tip top of the list in the friggen world for 3rd world overpopulation. You can’t argue that only whine and sniffle.

  29. Davy on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 7:05 am 

    Clog, Greg hate whites unless they are Canadian or Americans who hate Americans like makati. Have you noticed the two are bud-spuds. Greg hates colored people if they are American and don’t hate America. Greg is a flaming closet nationalist that parades around as a humanist good guy.

  30. GregT on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 10:24 am 

    “I know you are talking to me here but you are also referencing yourself and stupid Canada, right?”

    I am also referencing everybody who condones murder and doesn’t stand up against it. I could care less what imaginary human lines drawn on a map that they live within.

  31. GregT on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 10:27 am 

    Hate is a useless human emotion Davy. The only thing that it accomplishes is to spread more hate.

  32. GregT on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 10:55 am 

    “Please provide us Europeans with superb North-American moral guidance of how many more Europeans need to be killed and raped before we are morally allowed to hit back.”

    That really shouldn’t be so difficult to figure out. Why do you think that all of those people have been migrating to Europe in the first place?

  33. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 11:06 am 

    That really shouldn’t be so difficult to figure out. Why do you think that all of those people have been migrating to Europe in the first place?

    Muslims are migrating to Europe because Europeans (world-wide) have created a society everybody wants to live in, but non-Europeans are unable to create by themselves, regardless how much the Apneaman’s/Sorosses of this world, who want to destroy us with mass migration, insists that it is an enrichment (yeah, for the Muslims alright).

    So they break in into our societies (why do we have armies again?) and destroy it by sitting with their big a* on it.

    But you are evading the question with your: “that really shouldn’t be so difficult to figure out”.

    And evading usually means that the evader doesn’t have an answer, c.q. doesn’t like the real answer.

    But don’t bother Greg, my question was rhetorical. We’re not going to wait for an answer from the Canadian West Coast. Before you know it, Europe would become a Chinese province. Thanks, but no thanks.

  34. GregT on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 11:29 am 

    Muslims are migrating en masse to Europe in a large part because their homelands have been destabilized by western forces, and they don’t have the means by which to travel to other more far away places. While I certainly do agree that European immigration policies are partly to blame, the real problem lies in the fact that they have nowhere else safe to go.

    The Canadian West Coast problem is, so far, limited to certain municipalities within the Vancouver lower mainland region. I don’t agree with it, but short of taking up arms and landing myself in a prison cell, there isn’t anything that I can do about it. That cat was let out of the bag 30 years ago. Too little, too late. One of the bigger reasons why we chose to leave.

  35. Hello on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 11:54 am 

    No GregT, The real problem is that they are a bunch of retards. Incapable of building a society without cutting each others throat.

    Incapable of providing anything of value to the world, except of oil, which they need (drumrolls) western technology to extract.

  36. Hello on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 11:59 am 

    For God’s sake GregT. Those negro/muslim are even too stupid to dig a well for water or to build school and need the help of western humanitarien societies to do so for them.

    It always surprises me that negros are actually categorized as human. Seems dope-ape seems more fitting, as the only thing they are capable is peddling dope at the street corner.

  37. Cloggie on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 12:10 pm 

    Muslims are migrating en masse to Europe in a large part because their homelands have been destabilized by western forces, and they don’t have the means by which to travel to other more far away places. While I certainly do agree that European immigration policies are partly to blame, the real problem lies in the fact that they have nowhere else safe to go.

    Absolutely wrong. Only Syria is currently war-torn and yes, because of the criminal western political class.

    Most of the invaders are non-Syrians and do not come from war torn countries. They simply try. And if they are Syrians, they are almost invariably young men, who per definition can’t be refugees but are deserters. Young men have been throughout history the cause of other people to flee, not the other way around.

    The vast majority of the Muslims come here because the opportunity is offered to them by corrupt European regimes of US vassals who take orders from the Soros types, not from their own populations, who in vast majority do not want to see themselves replaced.

    It is outright insane to offer asylum in a first world country to third worlders.

    That’s like offering open house to a candy shop to 6 year olds.

    The Canadian West Coast problem is, so far, limited to certain municipalities within the Vancouver lower mainland region. I don’t agree with it, but short of taking up arms and landing myself in a prison cell, there isn’t anything that I can do about it. That cat was let out of the bag 30 years ago. Too little, too late. One of the bigger reasons why we chose to leave.

    I understand that, I myself have not (yet) taken up arms myself either. But at least one can offer verbal resistance on the internet. Since 2002 I must have cumulatively spend several unpaid man years doing so, most on Dutch Pim Fortuyn forums (at least one full year from March 2002), later on American and (to a lesser extent) German forums as well.

    This globalism-mass migration is the #1 issue of our time, at least for me. Energy and climate are important as well (I have written thousands of energy related posts on my own blog to prove my point), but are currently (for me) #2 and #3.

  38. onlooker on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 12:45 pm 

    Yes Hello, can count on you to you to show your bigotry and racism whenever possible. People like him is why this planet is so fucked up now

  39. Hello on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 1:15 pm 

    Thank’s for the compliment onlooker. Always happy to tell it how it is.

  40. GregT on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 3:31 pm 

    “Only Syria is currently war-torn”

    Absolutely not true.

  41. GregT on Fri, 14th Apr 2017 3:42 pm 

    “But at least one can offer verbal resistance on the internet. Since 2002 I must have cumulatively spend several unpaid man years doing so”

    I can think of much more productive ways to spend my limited time here in this life. But if it floats your boat, by all means, knock yourself out.

  42. Cloggie on Sat, 15th Apr 2017 4:02 am 

    I can think of much more productive ways to spend my limited time here in this life. But if it floats your boat, by all means, knock yourself out.

    Yeah, yeah, the typical Anglo self-absorbed individualistic attitude that refuses to identify with a particular group, offering protection to your life style, with the inevitable consequence that other groups with stronger group identity (for instance Jews and Chinese) will take you over.

    And what is the consequence of your “more productive life style”, as you yourself will admit:

    The Canadian West Coast problem is, so far, limited to certain municipalities within the Vancouver lower mainland region. I don’t agree with it, but short of taking up arms and landing myself in a prison cell, there isn’t anything that I can do about it. That cat was let out of the bag 30 years ago. Too little, too late. One of the bigger reasons why we chose to leave.

    To be fair, I don’t want to judge you too hard. Canada simply didn’t have the time to mature like an old wine into a real nation, a process that takes 5 centuries or more. Canada was ambushed by Modernity with its mass transportation, bringing masses of people to places where they don’t belong (native Americans are excused to make cynical remarks about Europeans now). For that reason I will never forgive Richard Heinberg for failing to deliver on peak-oil.lol

    White Anglo North-America: a ship that passes in the night. Let’s ensure that the same doesn’t happen to Europe.

    Go Right, young man.
    Go East, young man.

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