Tuesday, February 23, 2010

More watson/shit u oddness going around.

Recently more oddness has been going on around watson/shit u, and not just their pigs staring at me giving everyone there the finger whenever I go by.
1. Recently greg chafee, linc chafee's brother and wacri president, has begun listing wacri events on the watson institute's website. Only thing is those events are NOT open to the public, rather they are restricted to elitsists. My membership with wacri was terminated after I flashbacked when put in the room with brown administration who caused the legal problems I had and the hope club complained, however those of my contacts there who knew my situation refunded my memberhsip. This also creates a conflict as linc chafee went out of his brown contract early, so something is up. Contact greg at gregchafeewacri@gmail.com or call (401) 228-8657 to find out more about these elitists.
2. Recently salman rushdie returned to brown, this time they dropped the pig squad, why is anyone's guess as they've been all over campus at places where there are no problems.
3. Reently the Midle East studies dpt has been packed with zionists including omer bartov, martha joukowsky, nina tannenwald by that tramp cammett a far cry when I was there, and are focusing on irrelevant topics. Mosst concerning is bartov, whose "research" nas taken him into areas where my family has been and thus put him in a position to snoop on myself.
4. Recently lucnida waston has become involved with sarah lawrence college. The family that created sarah lawrence college are part owners with me at kensico cemetary, I wonder if lucinda or the fucks at watson/brown are aware of it?
Peter Z

Monday, February 15, 2010

These mousavi's are more dangerous

With all the attention being focused on mir hussein mousavi's cia ties
most people are ignoring 2 of his cousins who serve in Iran's militaty.
One is Commander of Army's 4th naval zone Seyed Mahmoud Mousavi
The other is Iranian Army Lieutenant Commander, General Abdolrahim
Notice both these individuals occupy key positions in Iran's military
and are related to mir hussein mousavi. Should an invasion occur these
individuals probably might switch sides and frag Iranian forces.
Remember, the defection of baath members at the start of the Iraqi
invasin did more damage to Saddam Hussein than any amrikan attacks.
Peter Khan Zendran

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Iran targeted for american missle attack

Notice this comes at a time when the amrikan backed "green movement" has
been cracked down on and at a time when amrikan and zionist plans to
attack Iran over it's military buildup and nuclear program are being
kicked around. People forget Iran's nuclear program is to benefit Iran
and iran's military buildup is defensive, unlike amrika which has no
business in the gulf.
Peter Khan Zendran

News - English
News numbre: 8811131832
2010-02-02 - 18:13

MP Decries Reinforcement of US Military Buildup in Region

TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian lawmaker on Tuesday strongly criticized
the United States' new military move in the Persian Gulf, warning that
the measure would endanger peace and security in the region.

"The US move to set up a new military base in the region runs counter to
the path of regional and international stability, peace and security,"
Rapporteur of the parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy
Commission Kazzem Jalali told FNA, cautioning that the measure is not
mere manifestation of a political stance.

He pointed out that Washington is seeking a strong and direct military
presence in the region after its different scenarios for the Middle-East

Reminding that the US move would serve the interests of those countries
producing new and modern weapons, Jalali said, "The US measure will
cause discord and differences in the region, which would serve their

Jalali further underlined that the US move is also aimed at inspiring
the regional states with a feeling of Iranophobia to divert attentions
from the threat of the foreign forces' military presence in the region.

"The regional states should realize that peace and stability in the
region can be materialized through establishment of a new and modern
collective security system in the region," Jalali concluded.

Jalai's remarks came two days after US officials said on Sunday that the
United States has expanded land- and sea-based missile defense systems
in and around the Persian Gulf to counter what it sees as Iran's growing
missile threat.

Four Mideast countries to have the US system are Kuwait, the United Arab
Emirates, Bahrain - which also hosts the US Navy's 5th Fleet
headquarters - and Qatar, which has a modernized US air operations
center that played a key role in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

General David Petraeus, the US Central Command chief responsible for US
military operations across the Middle East, said the US now has eight
Patriot missile batteries stationed in the Persian Gulf region - two
each in four countries.

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