Major News Release:
Dick Morris'Fahrenhype 9/11 to be broadcast into Iran
October 26, 2004
As many of you know, Michael Moore
s movie Fahrenheit 9/11 has been licensed to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Imagine, Michael Moore is making money from the terror masters that want to destroy us.
The terror masters of Tehran are showing his film in theaters around the country and in video excerpts on TV
. The mullahs have done this to confuse the Iranian people and generate distrust in our President and his administration.
It is working. I have spoken to people returning from inside of Iran and there has been a huge shift in the publics perception of our President and his intentions. Perhaps fewer than 10% of young people in Iran now trust our President. The people of Iran assume that if this film was created in America, it must be accurate.
To counter this perception, I have been working overtime to arrange for broadcast into Iran portions of several new films refuting the claims of Fahrenheit 9/11.
Today, the first film excerpt is ready to be broadcast on one of the most popular Iranian opposition satellite broadcast stations, AzadiTV
(Azadi means freedom in Persian). We have received permission to air 30 minutes of the new film Fahrenhype 9/11. It has been dubbed in Persian and will air hopefully daily for the next week.
will begin broadcasting the film tomorrow at 10AM PST and will repeat every 12 hours until Sunday for a total of 8 broadcasts.
is the answer to Michael Moores film Fahrenheit 9/11 that features Dick Morris, Zell Miller, Ed Koch, and Ron Silver. It is an excellent response.
AzadiTV is also watched by perhaps a million Iranian expatriates in the US and Europe, in addition to their audience inside of Iran. So this will educate them as well.
We are working with other broadcasters and film producers as well and I will keep everyone informed.
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DoctorZin Note: Thanks for speading the news Roger...
What's on TV in Tehran
One of the more depressing stories for those of us who favor democracy in Iran is that the films of Michael Moore have been making their way into that country and evidently having an influence. Thankfully some peole are striking back with corrective information (and films). You can find out the details at Gary Metz's blog Regime Change Iran - a site I recommend you bookmark.
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