Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Ahmadinejad's Blog

The World of blogging welcomed it's newest member, Mr Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2006 here.
The Middle-East leader's debut on the international blog stage came in the form of a 2000-word slog that asks readers to decide if the US and Israel were trying to start a new world war.
Mr Ahmadinejad also describes his humble origins in an impoverished rural village and takes the time to wish us a 'Glorious and Auspicious Birthday of Divine Prophe' or a Merry Christmas as we also know it.
I guess nothing much happened in Iran between December 2007 and February 2012 because Mahmoud didn't blog between then although he does mention 'all the devils inside and outside the country have been united against us' which must be quite time consuming i suppose.
Bit sparse and nothing new posted since February but it is nice that he takes the time to say hello occasionally although as one commenter from Canada pointed out 'This web site needs work. Please do not assassinate me for saying so'.


Anonymous said...

i don't beleive that 46% of americans believe the earth is only 10,000 years old. i know a few that advocate that line of thinking, ok, i know one... and he went to a theological school.

i also do not any place that the bible says the age of the earth...

you are clinging to old thinking and fabricated data.

and there was light way before the sun was created - which is a relatively young star - and small - and insignificant...


Lucy said...

Not sure how much opinion has changed since June 2012 when the poll was conducted:


True there are other stars but not in our Solar system and, correct me if i am wrong, the Bible doesn't mention any others.

Cheezy said...

I've decided that Ahmadinejad is a bit of an arsehole. He hasn't responded to my friend request on Facebook.

Cheezy said...

"i also do not any place that the bible says the age of the earth.."

It doesn't state the age of the earth in so many words. But if you trace the genealogies from Adam to Abraham (in the book of Genesis - this period is widely thought to add up to about 2000 years), and then consider that most scholars agree that Abraham lived circa the year 2000BC, then it's not hard to work out that the bible is proposing an earth that is around 6000 years old.

Others disagree, and say that the gaps in the genealogical record in Genesis mean that it's actually older than this... as you say, around 10,000 or even 12,000 years old.

Both schools of thought are completely and utterly wrong of course. But it's interesting to trace the evolution (pun intended) of knowledge anyway.

Lucy said...

I left a comment on his blog and it still hasn't been published so i am going off him as well.

Anonymous said...

yeah well the bible also talks about adam, eve, cain, able. there is no talk about others except that cain and able took wives.

the point of the bible was not to explain physics. it was to explain how to live for God...