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    WHISTLEBLOWERS Συνεντεύξεις Frank Grevil Sibel Edmonds Daniel Ellsberg Katherine Gun Coleen Rowley Jesselyn Radack Mordechai Vanunu ΕΠΙΒΙΩΝΟΝΤΑΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΜΕ 700 ΕΥΡΩ ΕΠΙΘΕΣΗ ΣΤΟ ΙΡΑΝ ΤΟ ΤΕΛΕΥΤΑΙΟ ΑΝΤΙΟ ΤΟΥ ΤΖΩΡΤΖ

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    Truth Must Out K Gun Whistleblowers Group Launched K Gun The US spymaster the whistleblower and the secret email she exposed Frank Grevil Danish Whistleblower Appeals Against Prison Sentence F Grevil Danish officer jailed for leaking secret Iraq WMD reports to media F Grevil Danish Leaders Beset on War Data F Grevil I Should Have Been Acquitted The Mordechai Vanunu Website for A Nuclear Free World Mordechai Vanunu About Dimona Vanunu s Photos of Dimona 1985 Free Mordechai Vanunu UK Mordechai Vanunu The Guardian Profile The Release of Mordechai Vanunu and US Role in Israel s Nuclear Arsenal Sibel Edmonds Official Website Sibel Edmonds Gagged But Not Dead Sibel Edmonds Ashcroft s War on Truth S Edmonds Public Letter to 9 11 Commission Chairman from FBI Whistleblower August Classified Letteres Regarding FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds 9 11 Truth Statement S Edmonds An Inconvenient Patriot Jesselyn Radack Coalition for Civil Rights and Democratic Liberties J Radack Whistleblower Charges Justice Dept with Misconduct in Chertoff s Prosec J Radack Anatomy of a Whistleblower J Radack The Woman Who Knew Too Much J Radack Ashcroft s War on Legal Whistleblowers The Trials of Jesselyn Radack Coleen Rowley Homepage Coleen Rowley Get past Bush

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    Rowley Front Cover TIME Magazine Mordechai Vanunu Mordechai Vanunu Just Released from Prison Mordechai Vanunu East Jerusalem Wall Daniel Ellsberg and Stelios Kouloglou Daniel Ellsberg and Stelios Kouloglou 2 Daniel Ellsberg Marine Daniel Ellsberg Magic Trick South Vietnam 1966 Daniel Ellsberg South Vietnam 1966 Daniel Ellsberg Coming up for arrest Boston Federal Building 28 6 1971 Daniel Ellsberg Case Dismissed Daniel Ellsberg Case Dismissed 2 Daniel Ellsberg visiting Randy Kehler

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    WHISTLEBLOWERS EXTRA VIDEO Whistleblowers documentary 99MB Sibel Edmonds interview 1 96 MB Whistleblowers documentary MAC Version 46 1MB Sibel Edmonds interview MAC Version 4 65MB ΕΠΙΒΙΩΝΟΝΤΑΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΜΕ 700 ΕΥΡΩ ΕΠΙΘΕΣΗ ΣΤΟ ΙΡΑΝ ΤΟ ΤΕΛΕΥΤΑΙΟ ΑΝΤΙΟ ΤΟΥ ΤΖΩΡΤΖ ΜΠΟΥΣ

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    MOSAIC ΕΠΙΒΙΩΝΟΝΤΑΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΜΕ 700 ΕΥΡΩ ΕΠΙΘΕΣΗ ΣΤΟ ΙΡΑΝ ΤΟ ΤΕΛΕΥΤΑΙΟ ΑΝΤΙΟ ΤΟΥ ΤΖΩΡΤΖ ΜΠΟΥΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΚΑΙ ΠΕΡΙΒΑΛΛΟΝ Πληροφορίες για όλες τις εκπομπές

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    66 η Αθήνα ΤΑ ΝΕΑ Τιμές προϊόντων και υπηρεσιών σε σχέση με το βασικό μισθό ΤΑ ΝΕΑ Η φτώχεια δεν κάνει διακρίσεις ΤΑ ΝΕΑ Οι λίγοι ξοδεύουν περισσότερα ΤΑ ΝΕΑ Οι πλούσιοι γίνονται πλουσιότεροι και οι φτωχοί φτωχότεροι ΤΑ ΝΕΑ Τα χρέη θηλιά για τα νοικοκυριά ΤΑ ΝΕΑ Οι προβλέψεις της Κομισιόν για την οικονομία ΤΑ ΝΕΑ Τα σημάδια της κρίσης Αφροδίτη Μποντζώρλου 1 Αφροδίτη Μποντζώρλου 2 Ιορδάνης Χαραλαμπίδης 1

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    They concentrated their alliance with the Shah It was a very network It is said by some historians very well that the Republican Party in particular had a very close tie with the Pahlavi elite and they basically concentrated all the relationships in that They did not looked further than that and at the end of the day yes in 78 79 the rebellion and revolution against the Shah basically became a rebellion and revolution against the Americans The Shah was seen in many ways as an American surrogate I would talk to Iranians and they say well the Shah he was an unfortunate man what a tragic figure because he was manipulated by the Americans The real target was the Americans There are those mythic dimensions of Mossadeq and the coup One can say that if Mossadeq was not overthrown then the whole middle east would be different Yes and I think that argument has been made at times Had some things been done differently then the whole history of the Middle East would be different And then some people say that a great turning point was the coup against Mossadeq In many ways this could be exaggerated and overdone but it is certainly true that the west is tended to miss some opportunities in the Middle East and we can see even more recent examples for that I do not want to overdraw that analogy but certainly what happened with Mossadeq and when I use the term myth what I am saying is that he transents historical criticism he no longer becomes a historical figure he becomes a symbol of something and that becomes very difficult to criticize Mossadeq in some ways I have to say now is he haunts Iranian politics from the grave He is a spector in the Iranian political landscape And most politicians in Iran including Khatami for instance they look back to the Mossadeq experience just as in the European consciousness we talk about the 2 nd world war Hitler or whatever In Iran it that period which is quite emphatic And I think as a historian it is legitimate certainly to say that had the west come to some arrangement with Mossadeq the history of Iran if not the whole middle east would had taken a different route And then in the 78 79 we have Islam coming in Is that a turning point for Islam and the politics or not I think again that it can be exaggerated Because clearly in Islam and politics in the Middle East had been grown for the better part of sixty or seventy years I mean you can see it in Egypt or Lebanon I think it was certainly a turning point for Iran It was a distinct moment for Iran and Shias in particular But I think again that the way the revolution has been narrated by the revolutionists and the west has tended in some ways to oversimplify the case I think Islam in terms of the Islamic revolution needs to defined quite closely what people understood about the term and as we can see now in Iran people say when we fought for the Islamic revolution we did not mean this we meant something else Because Islam is such a broad term it can mean anything And I also argue and I maintain this the revolution had also a very strong nationalistic angle too It was not purely an Islamic angle and many people who fought for Islam fought very distinctively for Iranian Islam This was what they were talking about They were not necessarily talking about a pan Islamic movement As I point out to people you know the first Islamic republic is not Iran it is Pakistan and we tent to ignore that These are things that we have to remind ourselves In the US in particular for instance we always take the turning point as 1979 They say that 1979 was the point that everything went wrong and it was all these Iranians who have done it it all went wrong because it went wrong for the Americans in 1979 it is a very Americano centric interpretation You write that Iran is the beneficiary of the war on terror Yeah I wrote that in many reports I mean Iran has been is the one of the chief beneficiaries of the global war on terror And it not really that difficult to understand why I know that some Americans have found it very difficult to understand it It really does not require too much of thinking about because if you simply look t a map of the middle east and you see Iran Afghanistan Iraq and knock out 2 of those countries and state systems it figures that the country which is left standing is going to benefit from this regional weakness I think in that sense Iran has been the chief beneficiary but what I want to emphasize is that the tragedy for Iran is that Iran has actually not done a huge amount to achieve this position But it has not done anything 5to consolidate this position In fact it has been very opportunistic in the way it s benefited from what has happened but he has not really seen the opportunities that the US have afforded them Now you find this absurd situation you have a greater confrontation between Iran and the US when really if you look back to 2003 there was an opportunity for more collaboration Certainly as far as Iraq is concerned To take that is a nice headline to say that Iran is the main beneficiary of the war on terror But I think it has to be qualified by these 2 statements But it is true that Iranians are the only people who are working inside Iraq Not only military but Yeah I mean the Iranian there was always this common made And a number of Arab states complained Why are the Iranians there The argument is quite simple I think that Iran is an imperial power It sees itself as a regional power power oppose a vacuum So they have a vacuum in Iraq Iranians consider Iraq to be their backyard and they moved in there was an opportunity and they took it And this notion that Iranians should not interfere in the domestic politics of Iraq sounds a little bit absurd after the invasion of Iraq from the UK and the US You cannot say to Iranians that they must not interfere this is one of the absurdities of classification and categorization that you find sometimes in bureaucracies that say well this is the Arab world and there is a concrete wall between the Arab world and Iran and Iranians must not cross it It is ridiculous Certainly they have been very active sometimes by invitation obviously now not by invitation but they were there particularly in southern Iraq and they are working quite constructively It really betrays this drive in Iran that they see themselves as a regional power You are writing in your book about the event when Khatami met with Hezbollah right after 9 11 What was reported is that after 9 11 clearly there was some anxiety in Iran Would the Americans turn and blame instinctively Iran We have to remember that after the Oklahoma bombing in 95 in the US the immediate reaction of the American officials was to blame Iran U7ntil they found it was a local incident At the time it was said the president Khatami and the political establishing summoned Nasralla from Lebanon to Tehran and said very point blank did you have anything to do with this And of course Nasralla said it has nothing to do with us do not worry They did not want anyone to come back and say it was Shias and Iranians who were involved in this Because they realized they would be very serious consequences That is certainly a very interesting incident and it shows how that sometimes the Iranian political system can work and what the relationship with Hezbollah also is like Then it was this axis of evil thing that changed again everything Well I think the axis of evil speech that state of the union speech in 2002 must go down as one of the most catastrophic statements been made by US president in recent times And the reasons are quite simple After 9 11 the Khatami administration took a very big risk The risk was to help the US and the coalition to their war against the Taliban And it is quite clear that they did help There is no d0oubt that even if we have differences of opinion on the level of help with the northern alliance there is no doubt that in the aftermath in the bond talks that the Iranians were actually instrumental and making sure that the transitional government was in place and hamid kaza was there They were rewarded with a speech that put Iran at the same category with Iraq and North Korea People must go and look at that speech I mean Al Kaida was mentioned once I mean it was not mentioned at all The groups which are mentioned are Hezbollah Hamas Islamic jihad basically Palestinian Israeli groups We can see that the Bush administration had redirected their fire Their target was now Iraq and perhaps Iran as well I think N Korea was just added for a good effect to be honest But this whole axis of evil did a lot of damage to Khatami and Iran It made him look even more stupid than some people thought he was It made him look politically inept that he had done this And really and this is something that people do not fully appreciate it make people lie Khatami and the reformists around him who were inclined towards the dialogue with the West to be very distressful And they were unwilling to take these risks They felt very let down And I know people here as well in Europe saying that it was a mistake We really sabotage his presidency in a very bad way There are some Americans who take great pride in the axis of evil I think that it was not becoming of a super power to say such things And then that was how Ahmadinejad came into power Yes this is true about the neoconservative movement One of the things in Iranian politics I think it was Irodotos that said many years ago that no people are as imitative as the Persians The Persians always imitate their neighbors This is exactly what happens today You look at Iranian poetics they have a tendency was goes on abroad and they look at the west they look with great interest at the west And there was a time in 2002 2003 when people would say these neoconservatives they seem interesting they seem to do things they are action orientated and certainly the movement that brought Ahmadinejad into power in 2005 was intended I do not know what consequences they foresaw but it was intended to be the 3 way And there was a lot of interest in the 3 way this whole blur write And they invited Antony Giddens to Iran to talk about the 3 way finding a middle way between left and right But the neocons were seen as a sort of a radical conservative but action orientated and this was seen as some Unfortunately for the Iranians and unfortunately for us I must say when you have neocons in charge in Iran and in the US it makes a very very dangerous mix And they are both helping each other Exactly and of course both sides feed each other And this was said very clearly by a number of Iranians your hardliners are feeding our hardliners It is a vicious circle and we cannot get out of it What is interesting is what happens in Iran today is that Ahmadinejad is now coming under increasing pressure because they feel that he has mishandled the economy And this speech there are contradictory opinions about what he said About the holocaust Yes wiping Israel What he was saying he was talking on the passive voice So he wasnt mentioning that I would wipe Israel of the map He was saying that God willing in time Israel will be wiped off the map and we can have a world without Zionism And if you look basically what he is saying is a similar an analogy is to say yes we will see a world without communism or a world without capitalism or without the Soviet Union basically he is talking about a state system So we can put that at one level At the same time obviously when he says that I want to see a state member of the UN that should not exist any more then clearly one could fully understand why the Israelis are not very happy about it But I do think that his comments while controversial and provocative and not helpful at all he was not calling for genocide This is an absurdity that a number of Israelis has sought to exploit And i might add here by the way that a lot of the Israeli anxiety about Ahmadinejad if you really look at it in detail Ahmadinejad is gift that the Israelis frankly in some ways are very happy for Because it makes their life much easier If you have a president of Iran that speaks this nonsense rubbish it makes the propaganda war very easy With Khatami it was much more difficult I think what was much worse about his comment about wiping Israel of the map was his comments about the holocaust That was much worse Those were quite reprehensible showed to be much more delusional And this holocaust conference which is interesting that Iranians reacted quite badly to it They think it was very distasteful In addition to Israel been wiped of the map he also believes that the US will disappear and Britain You would please to know that Greece will remain And what about the nuclear ambitions of Iran They do have I think they do have nuclear ambitions but I think their ambitions are a little ambiguous They are deliberately ambiguous I think it is part of the strategy They do not want people to know What the west wants is to know I mean basically this is the contradiction The Iranians for their strategic interests want to keep a little bit of doubt in a sense learning from the Israelis on this but on the other side the US and others the IAEA with some justification obviously want to know they say no you have to come clean on all these things My view is that Iran wants to be able to develop the option wants to keep the options open It wants to master the technology and I think really if you look at Iran s nuclear policy it is really been lifted from the Shah s policy If you want to know what Iran is up to go and read what the Shah was doing and it is basically the same I am not convinced that they would take the next step to actually build a bomb although the situation now is more be given the tensions probably more keen to do that I do not think that technologically they have enmastered the as they keep pronouncing But the option is there And of course under the non proliferation nuclear treaty they are allowed to do this This is the problem of the treaty It is a voluntary treaty you have to agree to it you have to agree voluntary that you will not use it to break out that is why the US do not like it it is an old treaty it was signed in 1969 and technology has moved on so if you really want to have a rigorous non proliferation regime you will probably have to change the treaty because the treaty itself actually does allow signatories to do quite a bit And of course says well you know Pakistan India became nuclear and never signed the NPT and Bush is going to end up in signing agreements with the Indians So there is a lot of hypocrisy and a lot of contradiction in this I think that the European approach was the right approach but I would also disagree that some European states probably dealt with it in the wrong manner They were too heavy handed and the negotiations themselves were humped by the fact that you have the US always in the back room So whenever the Europeans came close to an agreement the US would say well you are giving away too much in the same ways the Iranians would have to go back and say to whenever they came close to an agreement the hardliners in Tehran would say no you are giving too much away So the problem with the negotiations was that they were not bilateral It was multilateral How know how hard it is to agree things within the EU So it is the same The difficulties in Iraq now for the US these have to do with Iran Here again you see some of the contradictions of policy Lets go back and say that the Baker Hamilton report argues that you must engage with Iran in discourse with all the parties in order to bring stability to the Iraq Now on the one hand American hawks will say Iran is the cause of all these problems we cannot solve Iraq until we solve Iran But on the other hand when someone says if Iran is the source of all the problems in Iraq then go talk to them then you get the response no

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    Iranian women 1 Iranian women 2 Iranian women 3 Friday sermon 1 Friday sermon 2 Friday sermon 3 Friday sermon 4 Children in Iran Iranian death ritual George W Bush with American troops Streets of Tehran Streets of Tehran 2 Temple of Tehran Iranian death ritual 2 Iranian death ritual 3 Iranian death ritual 4 Iranian death ritual 5 People in Tehran Man in Tehran ΕΠΙΒΙΩΝΟΝΤΑΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΜΕ 700

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