Rabu, 14 Desember 2011

VIDEO: U.S. spy plane in the hands of Iran

 The Iranian government spy planes exhibiting the United States that they claim was shot down. Placed on the stage with the U.S. flag under it, look back to Iran to try to implement anti-American propaganda.

Broadcast on state TV, Press TV, Thursday, December 8, 2011, spy ships nirawaktype RQ-170 has a length of 4.5 meters and 1.84 meters high. The ship was in a state of smooth, and placed in a hall.

Smooth state is what sparked debate among aviation experts in the U.S.. Theyquestioned the Iranian claims about how the plane crashed. An expert said the ship was just a dummy for the sake of Iranian propaganda. Other experts said the aircraftcrashed in a state of collapse, so the damage is only found at the bottom.

Nevertheless, the U.S. may feel worried. Because the aircraft is the most advancedaircraft in its class. In the hands of Iran, the U.S. technology will be able to easilydicontek and probably made ​​a similar aircraft with a more sophisticated system by experts Revolutionary Guards.

Residents Upset, Ahmadinejad Throwing Shoes

Residents Upset, Ahmadinejad Throwing ShoesIt was not the only former U.S. President George W. Bush alone is never the target of shoe throwing. The same incident recently happened to the President of Iran,Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

CNN reported the station, Tuesday, December 13, 2011, when speaking at anevent marking the death of a former oil minister Monday, two shoes flying towardAhmadinejad. Luckily, the throw misses and the banner behind him.

The guests who attended immediately arrested the offender and beat him before hewas detained by security forces. The perpetrator was identified as Rashid S.citizens of the city of Sari, a former textile factory worker.
He is famous for desperate measures. Previously, he had also been arrested forthrowing eggs and tomatoes at the former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami.Rashid admitted throwing a shoe at Ahmadinejad for not getting upset was a year of unemployment benefits.
The guests and the event organizers and to apologize to Ahmadinejad. To return to take his heart, and guests sang chant support for the president.

In the countries of the Arab and Persian, throwing shoes shows a deep contempt.Before Ahmadinejad, the head of state has ever thrown shoes is former U.S. President Bush in Baghdad, Iraq.
Pelemparnya is a journalist who claimed upset over the U.S. invasion of his country.Despite a three-year prison sentence, he is considered a hero by some. (ren)

Embargoed West, Iran is precisely Fortunately Large

Efforts of Western countries to punish Iran through sanctions and embargoes do not produce results. The proof that Iran even more rich through the profits of oil production several fold.According to the international energy research firm, IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA IHS), Iran gains this year in the oil industry more than tripled compared to the year 2010. At the end of this year, Iran is expected to pocketing more than $ 100 billion (Rp911 trillion), a new record in Iran's oil profits.
Bhushan Bahree, IHS CERA's senior director for global oil, says Western sanctions against Iran does not affect much. Sanctions and embargoes from the West to oil companies in Iran, he explained, it makes the world oil price rises.
"Any sanctions imposed by the West will increase the tension, fear will lead to the creation of conflict. This is what makes the prices higher," said Bahree quoted by news agency Press TV, Wednesday, December 14, 2011. Rising oil prices which then make Iran a big profit.Nuclear IssuesWestern sanctions led the United States granted because Iran is still continuing their nuclear program. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that Iran is trying to make nuclear weapons. Ahmadinejad's government denies this, saying that their nuclear energy and medical purposes.
Latest sanctions imposed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the European Union on 1 December. A total of 180 individuals and companies embargoed by the European Union. Earlier on 21 November after the publication of the IAEA report about Iran's nuclear weapons, Western countries like the U.S., UK and Canada to apply unilateral sanctions for Iran's energy and financial sectors.
Various sanctions are imposed, Iran refused to budge, saying that sanctions are not effective. Bahree explained, Western sanctions do not affect much because Iran has a lot of oil buyers and investors from non-Western countries."No denying Iran sells its oil to other countries," said Bahree

Greasy hair Kim Jong-un outbreak in North Korea

Pyongyang youths willing to stand in line for hours for a haircut model "ambitious" is

Youngest son Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-un, sparked a new trend in North Korea. Newhairdo is now followed by the youths known as the North and pieces "young" or"ambitious". Haircut model Kim Jong-un is parted in the middle piece of greasy andcombed back. The hair on the left and right ear dipapas out.
Reported by Reuters on Wednesday, December 14, 2011, the appearance of KimJong-un was deliberately made like his grandfather, Kim Il-sung. He always appears complete with the classic style safari suit Mao Zedong.

Young generals in their 20s became famous after mentioned will succeed his father,Kim Jong-il, as the supreme leader of North Korea. He often accompanied his father caught on camera in a variety of visits and receives foreign guests.

KCNA news agency quoted a barber, An Su-gil, claiming haircut Jong-un is now sopopular among young North. In many places, barber, North Korea youths willing to queue for hours to get their haircut "ambitious" is.

The newspaper Rodong Sinmun participate inflame the situation by stating haircutJong-un suitable for youth who want to appear cool. "The young man with short hair'ambitious' by the high parts of this will look authoritative and cool," wrote the newspaper.

Yonhap news agency in South Korea not to be outdone preach, but in the form ofrebuttal. Yonhap denied that Jong-un haircut is becoming a trend. The piece saysthat model is a standard piece in the North. Pyongyang youths chose that stylebecause of a matter of practicality, not because you want to look lagaknya KimJong-un. (kd)