CNN banned from IRAN

#1
The sh*ts hit the fan in CCN land!

CNN misquoted the Iranian P.M.,stating that Iran had the right to nuclear wepons.

What he really said,was that Iran had the right to nuclear energy;Hope Georgy boy has taken his finger off the button!.

CNN has started crawling and snivelling,to be let back in,but who can blame Iran,for being peeved,over p*ss poor translators?

One day, some plonker might tell us the Iranians have just launched nukes at Israel! It would probably too late to correct the spelling,as the first rockets would be already flying towards Tehran.

C*NN*S!!
 
#3
midnight said:
The sh*ts hit the fan in CCN land!

CNN misquoted the Iranian P.M.,stating that Iran had the right to nuclear wepons.

What he really said,was that Iran had the right to nuclear energy;Hope Georgy boy has taken his finger off the button!.

CNN has started crawling and snivelling,to be let back in,but who can blame Iran,for being peeved,over p*ss poor translators?

One day, some plonker might tell us the Iranians have just launched nukes at Israel! It would probably too late to correct the spelling,as the first rockets would be already flying towards Tehran.

C*NN*S!!
Got any links to this, midnight? Really would appreciate that!

MsG
 
#4
Hey....who honestly thinks iran is only after nuclear energy?

Their faux indignation and outright deception has carried them this far, despite their barking presidents declarations against israel and the west.We've been appeasing these lunatics since 1988 when we didn't pursue the links to the Lockerbie bombings...
 
#5
Bugsy7 said:
midnight said:
The sh*ts hit the fan in CCN land!

CNN misquoted the Iranian P.M.,stating that Iran had the right to nuclear wepons.

What he really said,was that Iran had the right to nuclear energy;Hope Georgy boy has taken his finger off the button!.

CNN has started crawling and snivelling,to be let back in,but who can blame Iran,for being peeved,over p*ss poor translators?

One day, some plonker might tell us the Iranians have just launched nukes at Israel! It would probably too late to correct the spelling,as the first rockets would be already flying towards Tehran.

C*NN*S!!
Got any links to this, midnight? Really would appreciate that!

MsG
Try watching CNN,you´ll know it when you see the presenters on their knees,with deeply red cheeks!!
 
#6
GROWNUPS_BEWARE said:
Hey....who honestly thinks iran is only after nuclear energy?

Their faux indignation and outright deception has carried them this far, despite their barking presidents declarations against israel and the west.We've been appeasing these lunatics since 1988 when we didn't pursue the links to the Lockerbie bombings...
Please don´t understand me(as the Animals used to sing),I believe that Iran would love to have the bomb,but,CNN should get their facts and interpretations right before they broadcast.This could have been very nasty,if it had provoked instant retaliation from Israel.
 
#7
midnight said:
Bugsy7 said:
midnight said:
The sh*ts hit the fan in CCN land!

CNN misquoted the Iranian P.M.,stating that Iran had the right to nuclear wepons.

What he really said,was that Iran had the right to nuclear energy;Hope Georgy boy has taken his finger off the button!.

CNN has started crawling and snivelling,to be let back in,but who can blame Iran,for being peeved,over p*ss poor translators?

One day, some plonker might tell us the Iranians have just launched nukes at Israel! It would probably too late to correct the spelling,as the first rockets would be already flying towards Tehran.

C*NN*S!!
Got any links to this, midnight? Really would appreciate that!

MsG
Try watching CNN,you´ll know it when you see the presenters on their knees,with deeply red
cheeks!!
Right! OK! So where are the links I asked you to provide? Wossamaryma wivya, man? Gerronit!!!

MsG
 
#9
Bugsy,what did your last slave die of?

Switch the effing TV on,if you can get off your fat arrse!Or try teletext,I´m sure even the snails at the Beeb ,will have picked it up by now.

I have no idea how to include a link :oops:
 
#11
From the Horses' mouth

Ahmadinejad's remarks unprofessionally distorted by CNN

Tehran, Jan 15, IRNA

Cable News Network distorted the remarks by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made during a press conference held Saturday. The president, talking to domestic and foreign reporters, said the peaceful use of nuclear energy is a right which Iran cannot be denied. However, a CNN interpreter unprofessionally distorted President Ahmadinejad's statement by quoting him as saying "the use of nuclear weapons is Iran's right." Ahmadinejad, in the press conference, reminded that Iran is a nation rich in culture, civilization and history, and added that a cultured and civilized nation would have no need for nuclear weapons."
http://www.president.ir/eng/

CNN apologizes for misquoting Ahmadinejad's remarks

Tehran, Jan 16, IRNA

Cable News Network (CNN) has officially apologized for misquoting the remarks of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at a press conference held Saturday. The president, talking to more than 200 domestic and foreign reporters, said Iran had the right to the peaceful use of nuclear energy which it cannot be denied of. CNN, in its website Sunday evening, said that due to a translation error, CNN incorrectly quoted Iranian Presisent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as saying in his speech on Saturday that "the use of nuclear weapons is Iran's right." In fact, what the Iranian president said was that "Iran has the right to nuclear energy, CNN clarified. It said that the TV channel "takes this matter very seriously and apologizes for the error." It may be said here that CNN aired its wrong translation of the president's remarks a number of times and that among the many news agencies that were represented in the news conference, including those of the West, it was the only one which made the error. Its chief correspondent, Iranian-born Christian Amanpour, who knows the Persian-language well, was present at the press conference. Ahmadinejad, in the conference, remarkably defended Iran's position by saying Iran is a nation "rich in culture, civilization and history" and would have no need for nuclear weapons
Amanpour trying to make a name for herself again? No , surely not :roll:
 
#12
midnight said:
Bugsy,what did your last slave die of?

Switch the effing TV on,if you can get off your fat arrse!Or try teletext,I´m sure even the snails at the Beeb ,will have picked it up by now.

I have no idea how to include a link :oops:
Hey, midnight, all I asked is that you back up what you say with credible arguments! What's the matter with you? :D :D :D

MsG
 

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