The Corpus Callosum

Views of Tehran

Just so you will know what we’ll be blowing to bits, if it comes to
that.  These are more-or-less random photos from Flickr, tagged
“Tehran.”

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And don’t miss Hotspot
Tehran
, and the href="http://www.lucasgray.com/video/peacetrain.html">Peace Train
flash animation.

Comments

  1. #1 Kambiz Kamrani
    February 14, 2007

    As an Iranian-born American, I appreciate that you have done this. It is very effective.

  2. #2 Greg P
    February 14, 2007

    We seem to have gotten to the point that our idiots in Washington get used by everyone: the media, lobbyists, and other countries around the world.

    One part of this whole Middle East mess we don’t know about is the background discussions we are having with various players. We know official press releases and the behind-the-scenes discussions are two very different things.

    While there is an element of sense in talking about the “Arab world”, behind the public and even the private discussions there is much animosity from one group to another, the Shiites and Sunnis being an obvious one.
    I’m sure the Saudis and the Syrians would have no problem coaxing us into a conflict with Iran that we pay for monetarily and politically.

  3. #3 Joseph j7uy5
    February 14, 2007

    One thing about power. If you have it, everyone wants to borrow it. One way power is borrowed, is for a second party to manipulate the powerful one into using that power against a third party.

    Narcissistic personality types seem especially vulnerable to this kind of manipulation. And yes, Greg, it happens in Washington all the time.

    One of the responsibilities of a person with power, is to be on guard against that kind of manipulation.

  4. #4 Greg P
    February 17, 2007

    Of course, it’s worth mentioning as well that one could assemble a series of pictures of America and Americans for the Iranians to counter the diatribe that we’re all Satans engaged in evil wherever we go.

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