Iran’s state-run media agency has allegedly Photoshopped a failed missile launch to make it look, well, more impressive. The world press was slow to notice that the photo had one missile too many.
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We should leave Iran an honorable path of retreat. Engaging Iran is the only approach that has merit.
Regardless of Iran’s photoshop capabilities, we should be careful what we assume about Iran; it has some ten million men of military age.
Puor bien savoir les choses, il en faut savoir le detail, et comme il est presque infini, nos connaissances sont toujours superficielles et imparfaites.
Unfortunately, what we do know is that the Bush administration cannot be trusted to do what it says. Iraq taught us that lesson. Many experts have long been predicting that Bush would invade Iran before he leaves office. But of course, the Bush administration would never admit to such a thing.
“On ne donne rien si liberalement que ses conseils.”
But it is the man who follows his own counsel, he’s the one that should lead.
UXMag was slow to notice that the post was one o “too” few ;)
Well spotted Stephen. Should have read over that a couple of times.
No problem Alex.