Canadian Government Collapsed

March 26, 2011

The conservative government of Canada, the government of the motherf-u-c-k-er Stephen Harper collapsed. Harper’s policies, especially about Immigration and Iranian (green) movement, caused a lot of problems for Iranians. Canadian opposition parties have brought down the government of Stephen Harper in a vote of no confidence, triggering an election that polls suggest will reinstate the status quo of minority rule by his Conservative party. Early Friday afternoon, 156 opposition MPs – all of the Liberals, New Democrats and Bloquistes present in the House of Commons – rose to support a motion of no-confidence. It was also a motion that declared the government to be in contempt of Parliament for its refusal to share information that opposition members said they needed to properly assess legislation put before them

Harper said: “Unfortunately, Mr. Ignatieff and his coalition partners in the NDP and Bloc Quebecois made abundantly clear that they had already decided they wanted an election instead, Canada’s fourth election in seven years , an election Canadians had told them clearly that they did not want”. The Liberal Leader, Ignatieff, said Harper confirmed his disrespect for democracy by speaking after the vote but making no mention of the fact that his government had just been found in contempt of Parliament and taking no questions from reporters. He added: “This tells you all you need to know about this man … We are the people’s representatives. When the government spends money, the people have a right to know what it is to be spent on. Parliament does not issue blank cheques.” The opposition parties combined hold the majority of the seats in parliament with 160 while the Conservatives have 143. There is a chance the left-of-centre parties might join forces in a coalition if Harper wins another minority government on the expected election date of 2 May.

The Conservatives are noting that the Liberal leader, Michael Ignatieff, will not rule out forming a coalition government with the other opposition parties. Opposition New Democrat leader Jack Layton has said he will not rule out forming a coalition with Ignatieff. Ignatieff took over the Liberal party in December 2008 and the election will be his first up against Harper. Ignatieff, 63, is an author, historian and TV panel regular in Britain before going into politics. Harper, 51, is a career politician who has spent the last five years emphasising a more conservative Canadian identity and moving Canada incrementally to the right. He has gradually lowered sales and corporate taxes, increased spending on the military and made Arctic sovereignty a priority. In foreign policy he did not support the Iranian green movement in 2009. Last week Harper asked police to look into the activities of Bruce Carson, a key former aide. Carson, 66, is accused of using the access he had to senior members of the government to lobby on behalf of a company affiliated with his 22-year-old fiancee, a former escort. In fact, Canada has a long history of financial and political corruption, these new scandals just add more items to the previous long list of shameful scandals.

The opposition parties were also united against Harper’s latest budget plan but wanted to defeat the government over allegations it is in contempt of parliament. “There are only two alternatives here. More of this disrespect for democracy, more of this contempt for the Canadian people, or a compassionate, responsible Liberal government,” Ignatieff said. Harper is a centre-right prime minister in a traditionally liberal country, and his plan to cut corporate tax rates has given the opposition, led by the left-leaning Liberals, an opening to argue that Canada is running a record deficit that will only worsen if taxes are cut. Opposition parties are hammering the prime minister for planning to spend at least Cdn$16bn on 65 American-made F-35 joint strike fighter planes, one of the biggest military purchases in Canadian history.


Mullah Mafia at Harvard

March 26, 2011

Three former Iranian deputy ministers, Abbas Maleki, M. Jaffar Mahallati and Farhad Atai have made Boston the base for their mission to assist with Mullahs’s strategic goals. These diplomats have been recycled as scholars at Harvard or other fine American institutions. Senior among them is Abbas Maleki. A former revolutionary guard, a high-ranking Iranian diplomat, and now a senior fellow at Harvard, Maleki is a prominent figure of the Mullahs’ lobby in the US. He has been the Deputy Foreign Minister (1989-1997), advisor to the Supreme Leader until 2003 and the director of International Affairs at the Expediency Council until 2006 He also is assistant professor of political science at Sharif University, director of the International Institute for Caspian Studies, and senior associate of the Belfer Center’s International Security Program. His CV at his Institute for Caspian Studies !! (that plunder the people money) shows who is he (our comments come in parenthesis): ” BS in Mechanical Engineering, Sharif University, Tehran 1975-85 (Iranians know what this means, i.e. he was a Sepahi/Basiji and his university study has took 10 years and his BS is a fake BS!) MS in Industrial Engineering and Management, Sharif University 1992-94 (After the war, he went to the university by special Mullah’s admission ) Deputy Foreign Minister for Research and Education, Iran’s Foreign Ministry, 1989-1997. Advisor to Iran’s Foreign Minister, 1997-2002 (i.e. he is a high rank Mullah’s diplomat) Member of the Office of International Relations Advisor to the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Leader, 1997-2003 Advisor to the Chairman of Islamic Republic of Iran’s Broadcasting, http://www.irib.com, 1997- 2002, and Advisor to Iranian Minister for Culture and Islamic Guidance, 1997-2000. (i.e. he is an expert hypocrite) Director, Department of Crude Oil Pricing, National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), 1982-1985. General Manager, PetroPars Institute for Oil and Gas, Kish Island, 2005-2006 (i.e. he is a key figure in the Mullah’s Oil Mafia) Member of Board of Trusties, International Institute for Energy Studies (IIES), 1994-1998 (he is a member of international Oil Mafia ??!!) Advisor to the Director of the World Bank (in Middle East and North African Affairs), 1993-1997 (he is a member of international Mafia ??!!) Director, International Relations Research Department, Centre for Strategic Research, http://www.csr.ir, 2000-2006 (i.e. he is a secret agent) General Manager, Islamic Culture Publishing Organization http://www.islamcpo.com , 1986-2001 (i.e. he is a motherf-u-c-k-er Islamist) The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Plenipotentiary Ambassador, 1989-1997 (it clearly shows who is he)

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Abbas Maleki’s webpage at Harvard University has many interesting things. He had many articles that show his goals, like: “Iran’s Nuclear File: Recommendations for the Future“,By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program “ How to Build US-Iran Relations “, Boston Globe, By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program and Kaveh L. Afrasiabi. “U.S., Iran Need to Build Confidence “, San Francisco Chronicle, By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program and Kaveh L. Afrasiabi. “ Iran’s Diplomacy in Action “, Agence Global, By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program and Kaveh L. Afrasiabi. “ Finding a Way Out of the Iranian Nuclear Crisis “, paper, By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program and Matthew Bunn, Associate Professor of Public Policy. His Email address at Harvard University is abbas_maleki@harvard.edu , and his webpage at Sharif University is : http://mail.sharif.edu/~maleki/

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The Mahallatis are well known in the Islamic revolution of Iran. Ayatollah Fazlollah Mahallati, father of foundation director Mohammad Hossein, was the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards. He oversaw the 1983 U.S. Embassy bombing in Beirut, killing 241 American Marines. Mohammad Hossein Mahallati’s brother, Mohammad Ja’far Mahallati, served as Iran’s Ambassador to the U.N. from 1987 to 1989 and now work at Haravard !!! M. Ja’far Mahallati’s CV at his own foundation in Boston, USA, i.e Ilex foundation, says who is he (our comments come in parenthesis) : “ Co-Founder and Trustee. The Ilex Foundation, headquarters in Boston, M.A., U.S.A. 1999 – now (the regime’s lobby center in Boston) … Ph.D., Islamic Studies. McGill University (he is really a Mullah) …B.A., Economics. National University of Iran, Tehran. 1975. B.S., Civil Engineering. University of Kansas, Lawrence. 1978. (he was a student in the Shah’s regime) Islamic Studies (Jurisprudence/History). Khan Seminary, Shiraz, Iran, 1969-72 (i.e. before he went to the university, he like his Mullah family, followed the family tradition and went to Howzeh, i.e he want to become a Mullah and he became a junior Mullah) Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Iran to the United Nations, U.S.A. 1987 – 1989. Organized and Delivered Paper. Islam and Democracy Conference. Columbia University (he works for Islam and Islamists in the US)

Forbes has an interesting article about Alavi Foundation, Mahallati, and Clinton family! that says: ” On Dec. 19, 2008, at 2 p.m., the New York-based Alavi Foundation, which supports Iranian causes, contributed between $25,000 and $50,000 to the William J. Clinton Foundation … The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York indicted the president of the Alavi Foundation, Farshid Jahedi, “on a charge of obstruction of justice for allegedly destroying documents required to be produced under a grand jury subpoena concerning the Alavi Foundation’s relationship with Bank Melli Iran and the ownership of a Manhattan office building … In 2007, Alavi’s IRS filing reported $87,899,567 in assets and $3,315, 237 that went to charity. Of this, $365,056 went to schools and universities, $328,667 was spent on book publications and distribution, and $262,325 was given to schools in the form of interest-free loans … In 1993, the foundation’s director, Manoucher Shafie, together with his successor Mohammad Hossein Mahallati , director from 1983 to 1992, were suspected by U.S. authorities of “exporting germ-warfare toxins to Iran.” Neither was convicted. The Mahallatis are well known in revolutionary Iran. Ayatollah Fazlollah Mahallati, father of foundation director Mohammad Hossein, was the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards. He oversaw the 1983 U.S. Embassy bombing in Beirut, killing 241 American Marines. Mohammad Hossein Mahallati’s brother, Mohammad Ja’far Mahallati, served as Iran’s Ambassador to the U.N. from 1987 to 1989, during which time the foundation, run by his brother, gave at least $1.4 million to Sheikh Omar Abdul-Rahman’s Brooklyn mosque … Meanwhile, former Ambassador Mahallati has become a popular lecturer at America’s elite universities and is now a visiting professor of religion at Oberlin College. His research focuses on the “ethics of friendship in Muslim cultures. Moreover, to better spread the mullahs’ dogma, in 1999, Mohammad Ja’far Mahallati co-founded his own charity, the Boston-based Ilex Foundation, of which he is a trustee. Ilex is described as “a cultural bridge-building institution.” Ilex’s Trustees’ list reads like the who’s who among Middle East academics in the U.S., with names like Richard W. Bulliet of Columbia University and Olga M. Davidson of Wellesley College. Although the Alavi contribution to Clinton is legal, it is malodorous. However, as long as the U.S. government continues to treat different Iranian entities as though they are separate from the state it recognizes as a sponsor of terrorism, the mullahs will be free to advance their agenda in the U.S we would write more about ilex foundation and other Mullah’s mercenaries in the US and Harvard.

This is the eighth article of The Invisible Hands series. The second one was Iran regime’s Mafia in USA . The third was Shame on Iranian Journalists . The fourth was A Terrorist at Princeton Universitys . The fifth was Mullah Mafia in USA . The sixth was American Left and Mullah Mafia . And the seventh was VOA or VOM?


The Greatest Bastards

March 26, 2011

The world would be a better place, if all human beings, could get rid of the greatest bastards. The Greatest bastards are hypocrite, and could deceive a bunch of stupid or naive people. The greatest bastards have just a few little difference with each other, and all of them screw the world and human life in the name of the freedom, democracy and human rights. In fact, nowadays all dictators pretend to defend the freedom and democracy, because otherwise all their supporters would abandon them.

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The Greatest bastards have their own media, and media support. We, all, should know them and try to behave towards them as they deserve. It’s a human duty. The greatest bastards could succeed in f-u-c-k-ing us, only when some of us stupidly support them. In fact, the lunatic left and the lunatic right, stupidly defend the greatest bastards in the name of freedom and democracy, and it causes a lot of problems for all human beings.

Mr. Bin Bush

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Indeed, sometime some one like Mr. Osama George Bin W. Bush has the support of the lunatic right, and sometime some one like the Hugo motherf-u-c-k-er Chavez has the support of the lunatic left, and sometime the legitimate struggle against the savage Gaddafi, is rejected by both the lunatic left and the lunatic right. In this f-u-c-k-ing world, in this mad mad world, the Islamist, the Monarchist, and the fascist pretend to be democrat, and the stupid left and right, defend these stupid groups, in the name of freedom and democracy. In this f-u-c-k-ing world, and in this mad mad world, we should prefer Mr. Osama George Bin W. Bush to Obama, or Chomsky, simply because at least Khamenei and a bunch of brutal Islamic dictators were frighten to death of him, and it was good thing. It was a really good thing.