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LMAO!!!! Hot off the presses over at little green footballs or something?
Yeah, and goal of Tojo's Japan was to establish a permanent "Greater East Asia Coprosperity Sphere."
I do not think the recent rise of China as the world's second-largest economy (behind the U.S.) was quite what he had in mind.
Bush and the neo-cons failed. Given the opportunity, they would have failed in this matter as well.
Frankly, it's more likely the fact that the U.S. boogeyman has been removed that makes it impossible for Iranian Conservatives and American Conservatives to symbiotically feed on the fear of their people.
In conclusion, (Please be quiet - edited).
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THe goals of the neo cons in Iraq was to set an example that would cause people in other countries in the area that freedom was possible. Perhaps their vision will be realized in Iran.
The Neo-con idea of always using the BIGGER HAMMER doesn't work it just pisses people off.
CNN: What should the United States do?
Zakaria: I would say continue what we have been doing. By reaching out to Iran, publicly and repeatedly, President Obama has made it extremely difficult for the Iranian regime to claim that they are battling an aggressive America bent on attacking Iran. In his inaugural address, his New Year greetings, and his Cairo speech, there is a consistent effort to convey respect and friendship for Iranians. That is why Khamenei reacted so angrily to the New Year greeting. It undermined the image of the Great Satan that he routinely paints in his sermons. In his Friday sermon, Khamenei said that the United States, Israel, and especially the United Kingdom were behind the street protests, an accusation that will surely sound ridiculous to most Iranians. The fact that Obama has been cautious in his reaction makes it all the harder for Khamenei and Ahmadinejad to wrap themselves in a nationalist flag.
This is very exciting. The young and intellectuals are battling the conservative theocracy. I don't think they'll win, and I'm afraid things will end badly-- and I can't even find a foundation that supports the liberals (probably because Homeland Security closed down so many Islamic foundations), but they do have some brave leaders who are willing to be made into martyrs if that's what the conservatives choose to do.
You are so ridiculous framing this like that. You have no clue what or why this is happening, which has already been demonstrated in the last Iran thread. Your trying to pretend that the Grand Mullah is Dick Cheney, and the courageous young street lads are Obama and his crew.