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M. J. Akbar M. J. Akbar, New Delhi, India
Mubashar Jawed Akbar is a leading Indian journalist and author. He's the founder and editor-in-chief of The Asian Age, a daily multi-edition Indian newspaper with a global perspective and editor-in-chief of The Deccan Chronicle, a news daily based in Hyderabad. He has written books including Blood Brothers, Nehru: The Making of India, Kashmir: Behind the Vale, Riot After Riot, The Shade of Swords, and India: The Siege Within.
Kyoko Altman Kyoko Altman, Hong Kong, China
Kyoko Altman is a writer based in Hong Kong. She has worked as a correspondent and anchor for CNN and CNBC, and as a news-magazine reporter for Japan's top-ranked news program 'News Station' on TV Asahi covering more than twenty countries.
Swaminathan Aiyar Swaminathan Aiyar, New Delhi, India
Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar is the Consulting Editor of The Economic Times, India's largest financial daily. He writes a popular weekly column, titled Swaminomics in the Times of India. He spends roughly half the year in New Delhi and half in Washington D.C., where he is a research fellow at the Cato Institute and an occasional consultant to the World Bank. He has been the editor of India's two main financial dailies, The Economic Times (1992-94) and Financial Express (1988-90). He was also the India Correspondent of the British weekly, The Economist, for most of two decades between 1976 and 1998.
Lamis Andoni Lamis Andoni, Doha, Qatar
Lamis Andoni is an English and Middle East consultant for Al Jazeera, the Qatar-based news station.
Lucia Annunziata Lucia Annunziata, Rome, Italy
Lucia Annunziata, a columnist for the Italian newspaper La Stampa, has covered Latin America, Central America, the United States and the Middle East. She was president of RAI, National Public Television, a position she resigned in May 2004 to protest Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's conflict of interest.
Maziar Bahari Maziar Bahari, Tehran, Iran
Maziar Bahari is an award winning documentary filmmaker and journalist from Iran. He is the Newsweek correspondent in Iran, one of very few journalists who has worked in Iran consistently for the past four years.
Kayhan Barzegar Kayhan Barzegar, Tehran, Iran
Kayhan Barzegar is a Research Fellow at the Belfer Center, Harvard university's Kennedy School of Government. He teaches international relations and Iran's foreign policy in Tehran. In 2002-2003, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the London School of Economics (LSE).
Endy Bayuni Endy Bayuni, Jakarta, Indonesia
Endy M. Bayuni took up the job of chief editor of The Jakarta Post, Indonesia's independent and leading English language newspaper, in August 2004 shortly after he returned from a one-year Nieman Fellowship at the Harvard University.
Nayan Chanda Nayan Chanda, New Haven, USA
Nayan Chanda is the Director of Publications and the Editor of YaleGlobal Online Magazine at the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization. For nearly thirty years before he joined Yale University, Chanda was with the Hong Kong-based magazine the Far Eastern Economic Review as its editor, editor-at-large and correspondent.
Iranian-born Hossein "Hoder" Derakhshan is a blogger, journalist, and internet activist. Since 2001, he has been based out of Toronto, Canada, running his award-winning weblog, Editor: Myself which has been among the most influential blogs in the Persian language.
Mustafa Domanic Mustafa Domanic, Istanbul, Turkey
Mustafa Domanic is an online activist and blogger. He contributes to several blogs on Turkish current affairs as well as global political issues including foreignsight.blogspot.com.
Mona Eltahawy Mona Eltahawy, Washington D.C., US/ Middle East
Mona Eltahawy is an award-winning syndicated columnist and an international lecturer on Arab and Muslim issues. Before she moved to the U.S. in 2000, she was a news reporter in the Middle East, including in Cairo and Jerusalem as a Reuters correspondent. She also reported from the region for Britain's The Guardian and U.S. News and World Report. She has lived in Egypt, the UK, Saudi Arabia, and Israel, and is currently based in New York.
Bill Emmott Bill Emmott, London, England
Bill Emmott is the former editor of The Economist magazine, a leading international current affairs publication from England. He is now an independent writer, speaker, and consultant on international affairs.
Ali Ettefagh Ali Ettefagh, Tehran, Iran
Dr. Ali Ettefagh serves as a director of Highmore Global Corporation, an investment company in emerging markets of Eastern Europe, CIS, and the Middle East. He is the co-author of several books on trade conflict, resolution of international trade disputes, conflicts in letters of credit, trade-related banking transactions, sovereign debt, arbitration and dispute resolutions and publications specific to the oil and gas, communication, aviation and finance sectors. Dr. Ettefagh is a member of the executive committee and the board of directors of The Development Foundation, an advisor to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, and an advisor to a number of European companies. Dr. Ettefagh speaks Persian (Farsi), English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Arabic and Turkish.
Jack Fairweather Jack Fairweather, Washington D.C., USA
Jack Fairweather was the Daily Telegraph's Baghdad and Gulf correspondent for four years, winning the UK's award for war reporting. He is currently based in Washington, D.C. He writes for the Atlantic Monthly, Mother Jones, and Harper's Magazine, and regularly reports from across the Middle East.
James Fallows James Fallows, China/USA
James Fallows is National Correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly. In addition to working for the Atlantic, he has spent two years as chief White House speechwriter for Jimmy Carter, two years as the editor of US News & World Report, and six months as a program designer at Microsoft.
Ignacio Gil Vázquez Ignacio Gil Vázquez, Madrid, Spain
Ignacio Gil Vázquez is the managing editor of Spain's second largest circulation newspaper, El Mundo.
David Goodhart David Goodhart, London, England
David Goodhart is founder and editor of Prospect magazine, the London-based current affairs monthly. Before starting Prospect in 1995 he worked for 12 years for the Financial Times, including a spell as correspondent in Germany.
Gustavo Gorriti Gustavo Gorriti, Lima, Peru
Gustavo Gorriti Is and award-winning Peruvian journalist based in Lima. He covered Peru's internal war, drug trafficking and corruption. He is the author, among other books, of The Shining Path: A History of the Millenarian War in Peru. He was Associate Director of Panama's La Prensa, Co-Director of Peru's La Republica and is currently a columnist for Caretas, Peru's leading newsmagazine.
Bashir Goth Bashir Goth, Somalia/United Arab Emirates
Goth is a veteran journalist, freelance writer, the first Somali blogger and editor of a leading news website . He is also a regular contributor to major Middle Eastern and African newspapers and online journals.
William M. Gumede William M. Gumede, Johannesburg, South Africa
William M. Gumede is Associate Editor at Africa Confidential. He is Research Fellow at the School of Public and Development Management, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He recently released the bestselling book Thabo Mbeki and the Battle for the Soul of the ANC.
Shekhar Gupta Shekhar Gupta, New Delhi, India
Shekhar Gupta is the editor-in-chief of The Indian Express in New Delhi.
Shim Jae Hoon Shim Jae Hoon, Seoul, South Korea
Shim Jae Hoon is a Seoul-based journalist and commentator writing for a variety of international publications including YaleGlobal Online, The Straits Times of Singapore, The Taipei Times and Korea Herald. He was a correspondent for Far Eastern Economic Review in Seoul, Taipei and Jakarta.
Shaun Johnson Shaun Johnson, Cape Town, South Africa
Shaun Johnson is the founding Chief Executive of The Mandela Rhodes Foundation in Cape Town, which is dedicated to building exceptional leadership capacity in Africa in the name of Nelson Mandela.
Rami G Khouri Rami G Khouri, Beirut, Lebanon
Rami George Khouri is a Palestinian-Jordanian and U.S. citizen whose family resides in Beirut, Amman, and Nazareth. He is editor at large, and former executive editor, of the Beirut-based Daily Star newspaper.
Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff is the Washington bureau chief of the German newsweekly, Die Zeit.
Nikos Konstandaras Nikos Konstandaras, Athens, Greece
Nikos Konstandaras is managing editor and a columnist of Kathimerini, the leading Greek morning daily. He is also the founding editor of Kathimerini's English Edition, which is published as a supplement to The International Herald Tribune in Greece, Cyprus and Albania. He worked as a correspondent for The Associated Press from 1989 to 1997 before joining the Greek press and has reported from many countries in the region.
Leon Krauze Leon Krauze, Mexico City, Mexico
Leon Krauze is a Mexican blogger and a founder of letraslibres.com.
Daoud Kuttab Daoud Kuttab, Amman, Jordan
Daoud Kuttab is a Palestinian journalist. He was born in Jerusalem in 1955. He is the director of the Institute of Modern Media at Al Quds University in Ramallah, and he is the founder and general director of AmmanNet, the Arab world's first internet radio station.
Miriam Leitao Miriam Leitao, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Miriam Leitao is a reporter and columnist for O Globo and Radio CBN in Brazil. She is also a commentator on Globo TV Network and runs her own blog, www.miriamleitao.com, hosted at Globo online at www.oglobo.com.br. She was awarded Columbia University's Maria Moors Cabot Prize in 2005.
Masha Lipman Masha Lipman, Moscow, Russia
Masha Lipman is the editor of the Pro et Contra journal, published by Carnegie Moscow Center. Lipman is also an expert in the Civil Society Program at the Carnegie Moscow Center. She served as deputy editor of the Russian weekly newsmagazines, Ezhenedel'ny zhurnal from 2001 to 2003, and of Itogi magazine from 1995 to 2001. She has worked as a translator, researcher, and contributor for the Moscow bureau of The Washington Post and has had a monthly op-ed column in The Washington Post since 2001.
Kin-ming Liu Kin-ming Liu, Hong Kong, China
Washington-based columnist for The Hong Kong Standard, The New York Sun, and Insight on the News, an online weekly published by The Washington Times. Covering economic and political relations between the United States and East Asia, with an emphasis on China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Ibsen Martinez Ibsen Martinez, Caracas, Venezuela
Ibsen Martinez is a columnist, journalist, and award-winning playwright from Caracas, Venezuela. Since 1995, he has written a weekly column for El Nacional. His writings have appeared in El Nuevo Herald, Miami, Letras Libres, Madrid, and El Pais in Madrid. Martinez has also written several plays for the theater.
Hisham Melhem Hisham Melhem, Washington D.C., US/Lebanon
Hisham Melhem is the Washington-based correspondent for Annahar, the leading Lebanese daily; Al-Qabas, the Kuwaiti daily; and Radio Monte Carlo in France. He is currently the host of "Across the Ocean", a weekly talk show for Al-Arabiya, the Dubai-based satellite station
Yossi Melman Yossi Melman, Tel Aviv, Israel
Yossi Melman is a senior commentator for the Israeli daily Haaretz. He specializes in intelligence, security, terrorism and strategic issues. An author of seven books on these topics, his most recent book, The Nuclear Sphinx of Tehran: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the State of Iran was published recently by Carroll & Graf.
Carlos Alberto Montaner is a Cuban-born writer, journalist, and former professor. He is one of the most influential and widely-read columnists in the Spanish-language media, syndicated in dozens of publications in Latin America, Spain and the United States. He is also vice president of the Liberal International, a London-based federation devoted to the defense of democratic values and the promotion of the market economy. He has written more than twenty books, including Journey to the Heart of Cuba; How and Why Communism Disappeared; Liberty, the Key to Prosperity; and the novels A Dog's World and 1898: The Plot. He is now based in Madrid, Spain.
Sami Moubayed Sami Moubayed, Damascus, Syria
Sami Moubayed is a Syrian political analyst, journalist, and author. Moubayed is the author of Damascus Between Democracy and Dictatorship (2000) and Steel & Silk: Men and Women Who Shaped Syria 1900-2000 (2005). He is also a co-founder of al-Sharq Center for Strategic Studies, the first independent think-tank in Syria. In 2004, he created Syrianhistory.com, the first and online museum of Syrian history. It contains over 2,000 photographs, documents, and rare audiovisual material on Syria during the years 1900-2000.
Moises Naim Moisés Naím, Washington, D.C.
Moisés Naím, based in Washington DC, is editor in chief of Foreign Policy magazine. He has written extensively on international economics, U.S. foreign policy, and globalization. His regular opinion columns appear in many internationally recognized publications and he is the author or editor of eight books including Illicit: How Smugglers, Traffickers and Copycats are Hijacking the Global Economy. Previously, Naím served as Venezuela's minister of trade and industry and as an executive director at the World Bank..
Christine Ockrent Christine Ockrent, Paris, France
Christine Ockrent is regarded as one of France's most respected broadcasters, the only journalist granted an interview with Saddam Hussein in the middle of the Gulf War. As well as becoming the first woman to anchor and edit the prime time news, Christine has also edited the current affairs journal L'Express, worked as the deputy director-general of France's TF1 channel and presented the country's flagship magazine and program on French and European politics, France-Europe Express. She also anchors a monthly program on international affairs on TV5Monde.
Charles Onyango-Obbo Charles Onyango-Obbo, Kampala, Uganda
Charles "Mase" Onyango-Obbo is a Ugandan author, journalist, former editor of The Monitor and political commentator of issues in East Africa and the African Great Lakes region. He writes a column, Ear To The Ground in The Monitor, and a second column in the regional weekly, The EastAfrican.
Soli Ozel Soli Ozel, Istanbul, Turkey
Soli Ozel teaches at Istanbul Bilgi University's Department of International Relations and Political Science. He is a columnist for the national daily Sabah and is senior advisor to the chairman of the Turkish Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association.
Ahmed Rashid Ahmed Rashid, Lahore, Pakistan
Ahmed Rashid, a Pakistani journalist based in Lahore, was the Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Central Asia correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review, for 22 years until the magazine was recently closed down. He presently writes for the Daily Telegraph in London, the International Herald Tribune, the New York Review of Books, BBC Online, The Nation, and academic and foreign affairs journals. He appears regularly on international TV and radio stations such as CNN and BBC World Service.
Olivier Roy Olivier Roy, Paris, France
Olivier Roy is a senior researcher at the CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research). He currently lectures at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques (IEP) in Paris and has acted as consultant to the French Foreign Ministry (Center for Analysis and Forecast) since 1984.
Mahmoud Sabit Mahmoud Sabit, Cairo, Egypt
Mahmoud Sabit is a historian and an authority on Egypt's 19th century political reforms. Sabit also works as a writer and producer of historical documentaries.
Vivian Salama Vivian Salama, New York City, USA
Vivian Salama is an award-winning reporter, producer and blogger. Currently based in Lahore, Pakistan, she has reported for various publications from across the Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Balkans, the United States and North and South Korea. She has also appeared as a commentator on the BBC, South African Broadcasting Corp., NPR and as a reporter for Voice of America radio. Her byline has appeared in numerous publications including Newsweek, USA Today, the International Herald Tribune, the National, Jerusalem Post, and the Daily Star. Salama has an MA in Islamic Politics from Columbia University and she previously worked as a lecturer of international journalism at Rutgers University.
Anwer Sher Anwer Sher, Dubai, UAE
Originally from Pakistan, Anwer Sher is based in Dubai and writes for Gulf News, Khaleej Times and Emirates Today. His varied career experience includes banking, consulting, and real estate development. He has a Masters degree in International Relations.
Saul Singer Saul Singer, Jerusalem, Israel
Saul Singer, a columnist and former editorial page editor at the Jerusalem Post, is co-author of the forthcoming book, Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle. He has also written for the Wall Street Journal, Commentary, Middle East Quarterly, Moment, the New Leader, and bitterlemons.org (an Israeli/Palestinian e-zine). Before moving to Israel in 1994, he served as an adviser in the United States Congress to the House Foreign Affairs and Senate Banking Committees. He is also on Twitter.
Nils Udgaard Nils Udgaard, Oslo, Norway
Nils Udgaard is the foreign editor of Norway's daily newspaper Aftenposten.
Miklos Vamos Miklos Vamos, Budapest, Hungary
Miklós Vámos is a Hungarian novelist, screenwriter and talk show host.
Njoroge is a journalist who formerly worked for the Kenya-based People Daily.
Annie Wang Annie Wang, Shanghai, China
Annie Wang is a journalist, public speaker, and author who specializes women's issue. She has published eight Chinese books and two English novels.
Michael Young Michael Young, Beirut, Lebanon
Michael Young is the Opinion Editor and a columnist for Lebanon's The Daily Star newspaper. He is also a contributing editor and contributor at Reason magazine, where he writes bi-weekly articles.
Posted by Hal Straus on June 14, 2006 7:00 AM

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drmhomes Author Profile Page :

THIS WAS A POST IN RESPONSE TO A PRESS ENTERPRISE ARTICLE IN CORONA CALIFORNIA:

QUEEN OF CORONA YES THE ONLY ONE!!THE NAME THEY GAVE ME WHEN THEY WOULD PLAY SONGS IN THE RADIO TRYING TO GET TO UPSET ME. LIKE WHEN THEY DROVE AROUND MIMICKING ALL MY GESTURES TO GET ME UPSET AND TO LET ME KNOW THEY WERE THEIR. LIKE IF I DID ALREADY KNOW IT.
WHAT IN HEAVEN NAMES DO YOU TERRORIST THINK YOU ARE DOING WITH ALL OF THIS CRAP THAT HAS BEING GOING ON FOR MONTHS NOW. AND WHY IS THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA AND THE GOVERNOR AND THE CITY OF CORONA STILL ALLOWING TERRRORIST LIKE YOURSELVES TO CONTINUED IN THE VIOLATION OF NOT ONLY MY CIVIL LIBERTIES BUT THE DESTRUCTION OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THING THAT MADE THIS COUNTRY WHAT IT WAS PRIOR TO THE BUSH ERA. MY QUESTION TO ALL OF YOU HOW AND WHY WOULD YOU PARTICIPATE IN THIS COMPLETE DISREGARD AND VIOLATION OF THE LAW. YOU CANN'T TELL ME THAT ALL OF YOU WERE IGNORANT ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AND ALSO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. I HAVE LIVED IN CORONA FOR OVER 22 YEARS, I RAISED MY THREE SONS HERE, AND WHAT ATTRACTED ME TO THIS CITY WAS HOW PEACEFUL, AND HOW IT SEEM LIKE A GREAT COMMUNITY TO LIVE AND RAISE MY KIDS. WELL I GUESS I WAS WRONG BECAUSE WHAT I EVENTUALLY CAME TO REALIZE ITS THAT THIS COMMUNITY HAS NOTHING BUT TERRORIST IN IT. PEOPLE THAT WOULD SELL THEIR SOULS FOR BENEFITS OR MONEY OR MAYBE EVEN A POSITION OR TITLE WITHOUT EVEN TAKING THE TIME TO THINK WHAT AM I TEACHING MY KIDS TO VIOLATE THE LAW AND TO HAVE NO HUMANITY, THE MONETARY GAIN IS MORE IMPORTANT. OR DID ANY OF YOU BOTHER WHEN PRESENTED WITH THIS ATROCITY AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING BOTHER TO ASK WHAT OR WHY ARE WE DOING THIS TO THIS WOMAN OR YOU JUST SIMPLY SAY WHAT IS IN IT FOR ME? LIKE I IMAGINE YOU ALL DID, OR EVEN BOTHER TO THINK HOW ABOUT, IF THIS WOMAN WAS ME OR MY DAUGHTER, MOTHER, SISTER, HOW WOULD I FEEL ABOUT IT. OR WHAT IT WAS DESTROYING, YES EVERYTHING THIS COUNTRY WAS BUILD ON AND FOR WHAT MANY OF OUR YOUNG MAN AND WOMEN HAVE DIE DEFENDING. WELL LET ME TELL YOU WHAT YOU HAVE DONE BY PARTICIPATING IN THIS ATROCITY WAS TO SPIT ON THEIR GRAVES. I WAS NOT BORN IN THIS COUNTRY BUT I LEARN TO RESPECT AND ADMIRED EVERYTHING IT STOOD FOR, LIFE, LIBERTY, OPPORTUNITY,FREEDOM, BUT I GUESS A LOT OF AMERICAN BORN HERE HAVE THE TENDENCY TO TAKE EVERYTHING FOR GRANTED. BECAUSE YOU HAVE NEVER HAD TO EXPERIENCE WHAT A LOT O IMMIGRANTS LIKE MYSELF HAVE GONE THROUGH I CAME FROM A COUNTRY THAT DIDN'T AND STILL DOES NOT OFFER WHAT THIS COUNTRY GAVE ME. COURSE UNTIL TERRORIST LIKE YOURSELF TOOK IT ALL AWAY. CALL ME CRAZY BUT WE STILL HAVE A CHANCE TO RESTORE EVERYTHING AND TO SAFEGUARD IT FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS TO COME. BUT NOT WHILE THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA AND INDIVIDUALS LIKE YOURSELVES CONTINUED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS VIOLATION OF NOT ONLY MY CIVIL LIBERTIES, BUT, IF YOU THINK ABOUT IT YOUR OWN. BECAUSE YOU HAVE GIVEN AWAY YOUR OWN PERSONAL RIGHTS,AND OPEN THE DOOR TO UNSCROUPULOUS POLITICIANS LIKE BUSH THAT ARE NOTHING BUT SELF SERVING INDIVIDUALS THAT DON'T CARE FOR ANYTHING BUT THEIR OWN GLORY TO BRAKE THE LAW AND TO COMMITT THIS KIND OF VIOLATIONS AGAINST ANYONE OF THEIR OWN CHOOSING WHO KNOWS MAYBE IT COULD BE ONE YOUR CHILDREN. AND JUST TO LET YOU KNOW ONCE AND FOR ALL WHY WAS THIS DONE TO ME JUST BECAUSE THEY COULD AND YOU ALLOWED IT. BUT HERE GOES,

I AM THE PERSON FOR WHOM EX-PRESIDENT BUSH DECIDED TO VIOLATED THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AND THEN THE GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA FOLLOWED BY ALLOWING THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SPECIALLY THE AREA OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY MORE SPECIFIC CORONA TO BECOME A TERRORIST TRAINING CAMP. YES A TERRORIST TRAINING CAMP A COMPLETE VARIATION OF WHAT THE PATRIOT ACT WAS TO FIGHT. FOR THE LAST 7 YEARS I HAVE BEING TERRORIST BY MY OWM NEIGHBORS AND THOSE PEOPLE THAT ONCE I CONSIDERED FRIENDS BUT THEY DECIDED THAT MONEY AND BENEFITS PROVIDED BY THE FEDERAL/STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT WAS MORE IMPORTANT THEN THE LAW OR THE CONSTITUTION OF OUR COUNTRY. YES, THE GOVERNMENT/POLITICIANS THAT WERE ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE TO SERVED AND PROTECT THE CITIZENS OF THIS COUNTRY. MY QUESTION IS WHERE WAS CONGRESS, THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OR THE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES. WHEN FOR YEARS I HAVE WRITTEN LETTERS,EMAILS, TELEPHONE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO HELP ME BUT THERE WAS NO ONE TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE. I HAVE BEING UNDER COMPLETE SURVEILLANCE DAY AND NIGHT NOT ONLY FOLLOWING ME AROUND 24/7 BUT MY CELL PHONE, HOME PHONE, COMPUTER, CAR, EVEN INSIDE MY OWN HOME THEY HAVE BEING MONITORING MY EVERY MOVE. I DON'T KNOW IF ANY OF YOU CAN IMAGINE WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO HAVE NO PRIVACY OF ANY KIND TO BE TAKING A SHOWER AND HAVE THE FEELING THAT YOU ARE BEING WATCHED TO WAKE UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT TO THE SAME FEELING, TO FEEL LIKE YOU ARE NOT A HUMAN BEING BUT A MICROBE UNDER A MICROSCOPE. I AM GOING TO TELL YOU SOMETHING THAT PROBABLY A LOT OF YOU DON'T KNOW OR MIGHT NOT EVEN CARE TO KNOW.I AM SURE THAT THEY HAVE STATED WHAT EVER THEY WANTED PEOPLE TO BELIEVE, AS THE REASON THIS ATROCITY WAS PERPETRATED AGAINST ME. BUT THE WHOLE THRUTH IS THAT AFTER 25 YEARS OF MARRIAGE I FOUND OUT I WAS MARRIED TO A JERK BY THE NAME OF>>>>>>>>>(I AM LEAVING THIS OUT FOR MY CHILDREN SAKE)WHO HAPPEN TO BE INVOLVED WITH SOMEONE WHOM I CONSIDERED A FRIEND HER NAME IS ANA FLORES OF PERRIS CA WHOM I BE-FRIENDED AFTER SELLING HER PARENTS AND UNCLES THEIR HOME, WELL IT TURNS OUT THAT FLORES HAS A COUSIN BY THE NAME OF
DANIEL PRIETO WHO APPARENTLY IS VERY INFLUENCIAL IN WASHINGTON DC POLITICS AND THRU THEIR PLANNING AND CONSPIRACY THIS WHOLE PROGRAM CAME TO BE AND ALL BECAUSE I DECIDED TO CONFRONT THEM AND FILE FOR DIVORCE. YES, THAT IS WHAT I WAS GUILTY OFF, THE REST WAS JUST ABUSE OF POWER A BANDETA AGAINST ME. DID THEY HAVE A RIGHT TO DO THIS? I SAY NO!! AND WILL CONTINUED TO STAND FOR JUSTICE TO PREVAIL.

stopthewar Author Profile Page :

I wish you do not delate my comment as canadian do? as Iranian Mullahs did?
1995 was a day for me to left my job as cartoonist for gol agha magazine and US embassy visa me to I land in Los Angeles have short interview on local radio 24 hours...and then one mistake change my life , left USA to Canada and over 14 years I am living under racism and discrminiation by the canadian, we have tons of the news against the Iranian mullahs and never had any reort over canada ?
why a news groups such washing post or CNN, NBC...CBC...they cover all this dirt? five times became homeless, day after day straggling working as handyman or painter, some times no job and there is no support for immigrant here or skin color they are so racist, why all ways China or Iran? and not canada
help us please before I back in Iran and working for mullahs..

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