Author: Slater Bakhtavar


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June 9, 2006

Democracy spreads: It’s Bush’s fault…

A resilient, yet experimental venture by the Bush Administration into uncharted waters has proven largely beneficial, as democracy sweeps several countries once held captive by tyrants. The winds of change are blowing across the world as jubilant demonstrators take back …

June 7, 2006

Bush is the next Reagan

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism,History - 07 Jun 2006

The same people who heavily criticized former President Reagan for his tough stance against Communism and for his aggressive push for democracy in Eastern Europe are now attacking President Bush for his tough stance against fundamentalism and his aggressive push …

May 19, 2006

Why Iran wants War

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Religion & Faith - 19 May 2006

“The Iranian nation will wipe the strain of regret on the foreheads of those who want to bring about injustice”, President Ahmadinejad scorned at a recent rally in the province of Zanjan. Iran “will cut off the hands of any …

April 19, 2006

Abracadabra Democracy

We as Americans possess an ingrained cultural impatience that is a source of both our greatness and many of our ills. The latter example is how this impatience is unfortunately commanding our view of democracy’s prospects in Iraq. Our …

March 6, 2006

Zeich Heil Ahmadinejad

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 06 Mar 2006

The volatile political situation in Iran should alarm historical intellectuals. Less than seventy years after Hitler committed mass genocide against millions of innocent people in Nazi Germany, a new anti-Christ has emerged from the land of Ancient Persia. Following in Hitler’s footsteps, the current Iranian President is a fanatical dictator who’s agenda is fuelled by a form of Anti-Semitism which is expressed through his occult following of hard-line Islamic terrorists. His recent calls to “wipe Israel off the map,” reinforces his ideological motive of mass genocide against innocent people. Optimistically but perhaps only temporarily he lacks the means to achieve his agenda. On the other hand, the current dictatorship may gain the means to commit mass genocide if the West continues to ignore the demands of the Iranian people for a free democratic society.

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