ahmadinejad launches blog August 14, 2006Posted by Brad Richert in politics.
The Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has recently launched his own personal blog. It appears that Mr. Ahmadinejad has only made one entry concerning his autobiography, so it should be interesting to see how often he posts.
An excerpt from his first post:
“During the era that nobility was a prestige and living in a city was perfection, I was born in a poor family in a remote village of Garmsar-approximately 90 kilometer east of Tehran. I was born fifteen years after Iran was invaded by foreign forces- in August of 1940- and the time that another puppet, named mohammad Reza – the son of Reza Mirpange- was set as a monarch in Iran.”
Agree with his politics or not, I would like to see more of our fearless leaders doing the same. Just think, “Dubya’s Deliberations”, “Merkel’s Musings”, “Putin’s Ponderings”, “Chirac’s Thoughts”, “Harper’s Moments”. We could read about George’s rebel days, Angela’s days with the Free German Youth, and Vlad’s carefree afternoons playing “KGB versus capitalist dogs”. Of course Jacques would write about his fabled days as a communist and Stephen would probably have some nice things to say about the Calgary Flames and would have lots of pictures of his family.