Greenwald: If Testing Missiles is the Sign of an Aggressive Regime, the U.S. and Israel Ought to Be Brought Before the U.N. (Video)
Posted: 29 September 2009 by Little Alex in International Affairs, Political Science
Tags: Afghanistan, Ahmadinejad, Ayatollah Khamenei, Clinton Administration, Dylan Ratigan, economic sanctions, Glenn Greenwald, human rights, international law, Irael, Iran, Iraq War, Jim Miklaszewski, Lew Rockwell, libertarian, Madeline Albright, Middle East, missile testing, Morning Meeting, Newspeak, NPT, nuclear proliferation, Obama, Qom, Rachel Maddow, Robert Gates, terrorism, UN, UN Security Council, UNSCR 1887, US, War, War on Terror, Zionism
Glenn Greenwald provided a voice of reason on the latest Iran farce on msnbc’s “Morning Metting” hosted by Dylan Ratigan. Also, get a load of Arianna Huffington acting as if she’s capable of anything more than vomiting the cum fed to her by Democratic Party-line scriptwriters (8:37):
Mr. Greenwald commented on his appearance–that he called, “somewhat strange”–with Arianna Huffington and Jonathon Capehart at his Salon blog.
Ludwig von Mises Institute President Lew Rockwell, Jr. hammered msnbc’s Rachel Maddow on her interview with Clinton Administration Secretary of State Madeline Albright.
My posts on Iran’s facility near Qom since Friday: