You will NOT BELIEVE who was best man at John Kerry’s daughter’s wedding

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    Jul 29, 2015 3:08 AM GMT

    You not might be aware that in 2009, the daughter of Secretary of State John Kerry, Dr. Vanessa Bradford Kerry, John Kerry’s younger daughter by his first wife, married an Iranian-American physician named Dr. Brian (Behrooz) Vala Nahed, an Iranian-American physician.

    Of course you’re not aware of it.

    Brian (Behrooz) Nahed is son of Nooshin and Reza Vala Nahid of Los Angeles. Brian’s Persian birth name is “Behrooz Vala Nahid” but it is now shortened and Americanized in the media to “Brian Nahed.” At the time his engagement to Bradford Kerry, there was rarely any mention of Nahed’s Persian/Iranian ancestry, and even the official wedding announcement in the October 2009 issue of New York Times carefully avoids any reference to Dr. Nahed (Nahid)’s birthplace (which is uncommon in wedding announcements) and starts his biography from his college years.

    Gosh, I wonder why??

    Gee, do you think Secretary Kerry should have recused himself from the negotiations with Iran at the very outset because of his long-standing relationship to his Iranian counter-part, Mohammad Javad Zarif? Let me explain.

    Zarif is the current minister of foreign affairs in the Rouhani administration and has held various significant diplomatic and cabinet posts since the 1990s. He was Kerry’s chief counterpart in the nuclear deal negotiations.

    Secretary Kerry and Zarif first met over a decade ago at a dinner party hosted by George Soros at his Manhattan penthouse. What a surprise. I have to say, connecting the dots gets more and more frightening.

    But it gets even worse. Guess who was the best man at the 2009 wedding between Kerry’s daughter Vanessa and Behrouz Vala Nahed? Javad Zarif’s son.

    Does this bother anyone at all?

    Apparently Kerry only revealed his daughter’s marriage to an Iranian-American once he had taken over as Secretary of State. But the subject never came up in his Senate confirmation hearing, either because Kerry never disclosed it, or because his former colleagues were “too polite” to bring it up.

    As Front Page Magazine pointed out several months ago, the nuclear talks with Iran were a tragic farce, choreographed and orchestrated by Iran.

    And unfortunately, we’re going to have to live with the consequences. At least, I hope we live.

    http://allenbwest.com/2015/07/you-will-not-believe-who-was-best-man-at-john-kerrys-daughters-wedding/
  • bobbobbob

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    Jul 29, 2015 4:01 AM GMT
    I'm going to need a couple days to sit on this before I say anything... this is so off the wall I'm stunned.
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    Jul 29, 2015 4:10 AM GMT
    Recused? Oh heavens why? This is the smartest US administration ever.


  • waccamatt

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    Jul 29, 2015 5:02 AM GMT
    If his daughter married a French-American should he avoid anything to do with France? This site has gone straight to Republican't hell.
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    Jul 29, 2015 7:48 AM GMT
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    Exactly - Narrow-minded bigots who mistrust anything that comes from outside their own little conservative American box.
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    Jul 29, 2015 9:59 AM GMT
    waccamatt saidIf his daughter married a French-American should he avoid anything to do with France? This site has gone straight to Republican't hell.

    You apparently don't understand the differences between France and Iran, the largest state sponsor of terror, and you don't understand the difference between having "anything to do with" and an adversarial negotiation. As far as this site, you don't like the fact that an increasing number of people speak their minds at the outrages of this administration.
  • Muscles25

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    Jul 29, 2015 11:24 AM GMT
    desertmuscl saidRecused? Oh heavens why? This is the smartest US administration ever.




    Smartest US administration ever? Now, that is the FUNNIEST thing I have ever heard, hands down.
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    Jul 29, 2015 11:38 AM GMT
    Why presume that this would prejudice the Secretary of State in negotiations? It also could put him in a better position to negotiate. A simple Google search shows that this information is old news. I would think that if it was a legitimate concern, more substantial, and credible Republicans would be jumping all over this, rather than having it appear on Allen West's website. Having a connection to a person from another country that we perceive as our "enemy" does not make one suspect. There is a vocal group in Iran that hates America, just as there are plenty of wingnuts in the U.S. that hate Iran. There are also a lot of Iranians that are pro-America. It would behoove us to capitalize on that and try to improve our diplomatic relations with this country rather than continue promoting some vague and general fear of this country in order to justify a future war. I'd rather have more allies and stability in the region than destroy another country, create more enemies and create another power vacuum to be taken over by extremists. I cannot fathom why people feel having no nuclear agreement is better than being able to impose some level of restrictions on use of nuclear materials. It is all starting to feel very familiar in the lead up to the war in Iraq, a war now dismissed as a mistake by its engineers. Instead of imaginary weapons of mass destruction, we are now conjuring up threats of hypothetical nuclear weapons.
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    Jul 29, 2015 12:09 PM GMT
    PatrickRyan saidWhy presume that this would prejudice the Secretary of State in negotiations?...I cannot fathom why people feel having no nuclear agreement is better than being able to impose some level of restrictions on use of nuclear materials.

    Look at the results of the negotiations - an extremely weak deal.

    A bad agreement can be worse than no agreement. From their history, the Iranians will continue their nuclear ambitions, deal or no deal. Giving them 24 day notice with a veto power makes their cheating easier. This deal also gives them financial relief to further their support to terrorist groups and refine delivery mechanisms.
  • AttisXVI

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    Jul 29, 2015 12:30 PM GMT
    socalfitness said
    waccamatt saidIf his daughter married a French-American should he avoid anything to do with France? This site has gone straight to Republican't hell.

    You apparently don't understand the differences between France and Iran, the largest state sponsor of terror, and you don't understand the difference between having "anything to do with" and an adversarial negotiation. As far as this site, you don't like the fact that an increasing number of people speak their minds at the outrages of this administration.


    I would think he would have a little more sway with Iran considering his Son-In-Law is Iranian-American. It is easier to have a conversation with a different culture if you have some understanding of the values of that culture and how it functions.

    As far as the aversion to revealing the heritage of his Son-In-Law, you ought to know by now that Americans are hare-trigger, entitled vigilante monsters that rely more on sensationalism than fact to base their judgments. Think about the decade following the World Trade Center where every brown person regardless of their actual heritage was Afghani and a terrorist and subjected to vilification. In the midst of a "oh my God, another country is developing the same weapons as us" scare, Kerry would have subjected his entire campaign to a ill-informed but oh so loud voice of the "people".
  • WrestlerBoy

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    Jul 29, 2015 1:05 PM GMT
    The world is "run" on a daily basis... not by the armchair commentators on this unimportant website... but by women and men using years of contacts, uni classmates, grad school connections, from every conceivable end of every spectrum. The armchair commentators are kept "safe" to make their armchair commentary by exactly the thousands of people they have never heard of, with their thousands of extensive relationships, whom they here so... idiotically disparage.

    As I say, most of my fellow countrymen do not live in the United States of America in the real world... they live in some fake movie called the United States of Disneyland.
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    Jul 29, 2015 1:53 PM GMT
    Reading the comments above, the fact of the matter is that "Republicants" are not happy unless they are hating something. It's in their very nature. Conservative by it's nature makes them terrified of change or evolving for that matter.
  • Rower1950

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    Jul 29, 2015 2:54 PM GMT
    SeanTheBull saidReading the comments above, the fact of the matter is that "Republicants" are not happy unless they are hating something. It's in their very nature. Conservative by it's nature makes them terrified of change or evolving for that matter.


    Agreed. There are few other things as ridiculous as gay Republicans parroting right-wing stalking points on a gay website. Fortunately, their comments are also easy to block. Ignore the trolls and they will go elsewhere.
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    Jul 29, 2015 2:58 PM GMT
    AttisXVI said...Think about the decade following the World Trade Center where every brown person regardless of their actual heritage was Afghani and a terrorist and subjected to vilification. In the midst of a "oh my God, another country is developing the same weapons as us" scare, Kerry would have subjected his entire campaign to a ill-informed but oh so loud voice of the "people".

    I think quite the opposite occurred after 9/11. People and the govt made it a point to not vilify Muslims, realizing the history of treating Japanese-Americans during WW2.
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    Rower1950 said
    SeanTheBull saidReading the comments above, the fact of the matter is that "Republicants" are not happy unless they are hating something. It's in their very nature. Conservative by it's nature makes them terrified of change or evolving for that matter.

    Their comments are also easy to block. Ignore the trolls and they will go elsewhere.

    Deep thinkers: The issue is not about Conservatives or "Republicants" (cute). Many Democrats are not pleased about this, the caving, the secret side deals, being lied to, etc. Must be a challenge for you both to understand this.

    The hostage families must really be happy about this and certainly appreciate the existence of people like you both.
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    Jul 29, 2015 4:15 PM GMT
    JuanPablomv89 said
    Rower1950 said
    SeanTheBull saidReading the comments above, the fact of the matter is that "Republicants" are not happy unless they are hating something. It's in their very nature. Conservative by it's nature makes them terrified of change or evolving for that matter.


    Agreed. There are few other things as ridiculous as gay Republicans parroting right-wing stalking points on a gay website. Fortunately, their comments are also easy to block. Ignore the trolls and they will go elsewhere.



    Supporting Fat ass Hillary Clinton is a very smart thing to do for brainwashed liberal democrats gay men who believe in her fake promises and lies


    I'm relieved to learn that there are some people in America who vote on their candidates based on their appearance. It gives me great hope that the most powerful nation and democracy in the world is in the good hands of its educated citizens, that despise what humanitarian values that person may hold, it'll all come down to whether or not she's "fat ass bitch".

    Unlike the other peasants here, I think it's good that we judge people based on their nationality. I mean, have you ever met an Indian that doesn't own a restaurant and smells like curry? Or a Chinese person who isn't constantly eating a dog? I wouldn't know because I never met one, but I'd assume that is what they're like. There's no need to verify this fact, because what are "facts"? Facts are just an invented concept by the liberal media that's being forced down our throats and were not once mentioned in Atlas Shrugged, the best book of all time. I didn't read that either, but once again I assume there's something like that in it.

    And why do we need a deal with Iran? We're AMERICA. If Republicans rules the wor- were elected, we'd have no deal at all. Screw better having one bird in the hand than two in the bushes, I rather have no birds at all and then shoot down every other bird I see. Also, fuck mexicans.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Jul 29, 2015 4:16 PM GMT
    Sometimes I can't believe what is actually in these forums.
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    Jul 29, 2015 4:23 PM GMT
    Buddha saidIf Republicans rules the wor- were elected, we'd have no deal at all. Screw better having one bird in the hand than two in the bushes, I rather have no birds at all and then shoot down every other bird I see. Also, fuck mexicans.

    If either a competent Democratic or Republican administration were in power, It's quite possible there would be no deal. Also possible there would be a better deal including the hostages home with their families. Obama/Kerry made it clear from the outset that having a deal was very important to them, which weakened their negotiating position from the outset.

    You go into a car dealership and tell the salesman he has a color that you really want and that no other dealer in the area has that color. You also tell him you are very anxious to buy the car today. Think you'll get a great deal? Only if the salesman takes pity on you. In the case of Iran, they are not taking pity on us, they are laughing their heads off.
  • LJay

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    Jul 29, 2015 4:44 PM GMT
    Looks to me as though someone is trying stir up trouble.

    Sounds more like gossip than inquiry.

    What of the principle of free association?

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    Jul 29, 2015 5:04 PM GMT
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    waccamatt saidIf his daughter married a French-American should he avoid anything to do with France? This site has gone straight to Republican't hell.

    You apparently don't understand the differences between France and Iran, the largest state sponsor of terror, and you don't understand the difference between having "anything to do with" and an adversarial negotiation. As far as this site, you don't like the fact that an increasing number of people speak their minds at the outrages of this administration.


    You've lost it. You've officially replaced southbeach as the stupidest conservative fuck on the site. Do your neighbors a favor: stop reading World Nut Daily, stop masturbating to Chuck Norris pics in front of your window, and get a hobby that allows you to show your fucking face in public.
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    Jul 29, 2015 5:07 PM GMT
    socalfitness saidIf either a competent Democratic or Republican administration were in power, It's quite possible there would be no deal.


    The deal was about nuclear capabilities. It did not address all of Iran's other issues (hostages) just like it didn't address all of the US's issues (fucking Guantanamo).

    Get your head out of your pinched-tight white Tea Party ass for a second so you can breathe.
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    mickeytopogigio said
    socalfitness said
    waccamatt saidIf his daughter married a French-American should he avoid anything to do with France? This site has gone straight to Republican't hell.

    You apparently don't understand the differences between France and Iran, the largest state sponsor of terror, and you don't understand the difference between having "anything to do with" and an adversarial negotiation. As far as this site, you don't like the fact that an increasing number of people speak their minds at the outrages of this administration.


    You've lost it. You've officially replaced southbeach as the stupidest conservative fuck on the site. Do your neighbors a favor: stop reading World Nut Daily, stop masturbating to Chuck Norris pics in front of your window, and get a hobby that allows you to show your fucking face in public.

    You're one of the stupidest on the site. You are too stupid to understand this issue is not about political party or economic viewpoint. You are too stupid to understand many Democrats have the same view of this deal. I never see any of your messages making logical points. All you do is ask questions and call names. Incompetents like you continue to suck oxygen that would better serve others.
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    Jul 29, 2015 5:38 PM GMT
    socalfitness said
    AttisXVI said...Think about the decade following the World Trade Center where every brown person regardless of their actual heritage was Afghani and a terrorist and subjected to vilification. In the midst of a "oh my God, another country is developing the same weapons as us" scare, Kerry would have subjected his entire campaign to a ill-informed but oh so loud voice of the "people".

    I think quite the opposite occurred after 9/11. People and the govt made it a point to not vilify Muslims, realizing the history of treating Japanese-Americans during WW2.


    ^^^ This ^^^

    I just read a book about the incarceration of Japanese - Americans during WWII; it was inexcusable, as some people who originally favored it realized. Earl Warren, who later became the chief justice of the Supreme Court, initially supported the incarceration and later realized what a serious mistake it was and how unjust it was. He later led the Supreme Court in it's 1954 decision that racial segregation was unconstitutional.
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    Jul 29, 2015 5:41 PM GMT
    JuanPablomv89 said
    Rower1950 said
    SeanTheBull saidReading the comments above, the fact of the matter is that "Republicants" are not happy unless they are hating something. It's in their very nature. Conservative by it's nature makes them terrified of change or evolving for that matter.


    Agreed. There are few other things as ridiculous as gay Republicans parroting right-wing stalking points on a gay website. Fortunately, their comments are also easy to block. Ignore the trolls and they will go elsewhere.



    Supporting Fat ass Hillary Clinton is a very smart thing to do for brainwashed liberal democrats gay men who believe in her fake promises and lies


    I would never be swayed by the opinion of anyone who engages in pointless name calling. Mrs. Clinton's alleged body configuration is completely irrelevant. I do not support Mrs. Clinton, but I see no excuse for name calling.
  • FRE0

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    Jul 29, 2015 5:43 PM GMT
    Buddha said
    JuanPablomv89 said
    Rower1950 said
    SeanTheBull saidReading the comments above, the fact of the matter is that "Republicants" are not happy unless they are hating something. It's in their very nature. Conservative by it's nature makes them terrified of change or evolving for that matter.


    Agreed. There are few other things as ridiculous as gay Republicans parroting right-wing stalking points on a gay website. Fortunately, their comments are also easy to block. Ignore the trolls and they will go elsewhere.



    Supporting Fat ass Hillary Clinton is a very smart thing to do for brainwashed liberal democrats gay men who believe in her fake promises and lies


    I'm relieved to learn that there are some people in America who vote on their candidates based on their appearance. It gives me great hope that the most powerful nation and democracy in the world is in the good hands of its educated citizens, that despise what humanitarian values that person may hold, it'll all come down to whether or not she's "fat ass bitch".

    Unlike the other peasants here, I think it's good that we judge people based on their nationality. I mean, have you ever met an Indian that doesn't own a restaurant and smells like curry? Or a Chinese person who isn't constantly eating a dog? I wouldn't know because I never met one, but I'd assume that is what they're like. There's no need to verify this fact, because what are "facts"? Facts are just an invented concept by the liberal media that's being forced down our throats and were not once mentioned in Atlas Shrugged, the best book of all time. I didn't read that either, but once again I assume there's something like that in it.

    And why do we need a deal with Iran? We're AMERICA. If Republicans rules the wor- were elected, we'd have no deal at all. Screw better having one bird in the hand than two in the bushes, I rather have no birds at all and then shoot down every other bird I see. Also, fuck mexicans.


    ^^^ Good satire ^^^

    However, some people will probably reject it because non-Americans should never criticize us superior Americans; we are always right.