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Friday, July 24, 2009


If you ever feel a little bit stupid, just dig this up and read it again; you'll begin to think you're a genius.


(On September 17, 1994, Alabama's Heather Whitestone was selected as Miss America 1995.)

Question: If you could live forever, would you and why?

Answer: "I would not live forever, because we should not live forever, because if we were supposed to live forever, then we would live forever, but we cannot live forever, which is why I would not live forever,"

--Miss Alabama in the 1994 Miss USA contest.


"Whenever I watch TV and see those poor starving kids all over the world, I can't help but cry. I mean I'd love to be skinny like that, but not with all those flies and death and stuff."

--Mariah Carey


"Smoking kills. If you're killed, you've lost a very important part of your life,"

-- Brooke Shields, during an interview to become spokesperson for federal anti-smoking campaign ..


"I've never had major knee surgery on any other part of my body,"

--Winston Bennett, University of Kentucky basketball forward.


"Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"

--Mayor Marion Barry, Washington , DC . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

"That lowdown scoundrel deserves to be kicked to death by a jackass, and I'm just the one to do it,"

--A congressional candidate in Texas ..


"Half this game is ninety percent mental."

--Philadelphia Phillies manager, Danny Ozark


"It isn't pollution that's harming the environment. It's the impurities in our air and water that are doing it."

--Al Gore, Vice President


"I love California . I practically grew up in Phoenix .."

-- Dan Quayle


"We've got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need?"

--Lee Iacocca


"The word "genius" isn't applicable in football. A genius is a guy like Norman Einstein."

--Joe Theisman, NFL football quarterback & sports analyst.


"We don't necessarily discriminate. We simply exclude certain types of people."

-- Colonel Gerald Wellman, ROTC Instructor.


"Your food stamps will be stopped effective March 1992 because we received notice that you passed away. May God bless you. You may reapply if there is a change in your circumstances."

--Department of Social Services, Greenville , South Carolina


"Traditionally, most of Australia 's imports come from overseas."

--Keppel Enderbery


"If somebody has a bad heart, they can plug this jack in at night as they go to bed and it will monitor their heart throughout the night. And the next morning, when they wake up dead, there'll be a record."

--Mark S. Fowler, FCC Chairman


Feeling smarter yet?

Send it on to
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Thursday, July 23, 2009


Berlusconi's country of the clueless
With scant coverage of pillow-talk tapes at home, Italy's PM has created an information culture typical of authoritarian regimes
John Hooper
guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 21 July 2009 18.00 BST

Arguably the most striking thing about the Berlusconi tapes is that most Italians know, if at all, only vaguely of their existence.

The fact that the news magazine L'Espresso had posted to its website recordings claimed to have been made by a woman who says she went to bed with him last November in the hope of securing money or influence was just not mentioned on most of last night's TV news bulletins. As far as I can make out, the story was ignored not only by Silvio Berlusconi's own Mediaset channels, but also by the first and second channels of the public broadcasting network, RAI, and by La7, which is owned by Telecom Italia.
Together, they account for about two thirds of the audience at that time of night.

It might be objected that, since the recordings and transcripts have been made available on the internet, and since they were reported in the press, it doesn't really matter that TV paid no attention to them. But that ignores two crucial points.

The first is that Italy is among the countries most indifferent to the internet. According to a report in the Guardian last year less than a third of the population had access to the web, and those Italians who were linked up used the internet relatively little. The average for the population as a whole was just two hours a week. This could explain why even Mediaset was happy today to post a story about the tapes to its website (though naturally leading on the claim by Berlusconi's lawyer that they were faked). The second important point is that, even before the arrival of free news on the internet, only about one Italian in every 10 bought a daily paper.

Word of mouth will undoubtedly spread knowledge of the tapes, in the same way that it has spread a generalised realisation that there is a scandal involving the prime minister and women. But rumour and gossip are unlikely to alter the fact that the details of this whole affair, together with its public interest ramifications, remain largely unknown to most people in Italy. That is an important reason why Berlusconi has been able to shrug off calls for his resignation.

The original controversy concerned the accusation levelled by Silvio Berlusconi's wife that he was "consorting with minors", just as it emerged that he had attended the 18th birthday party of an aspiring actress and model, Naomi Letizia. The other day I found myself (not exactly for the first time) having an argument with a Rome taxi driver. It gradually emerged that we were starting from two entirely different standpoints. He had heard Berlusconi's explanation (that the girl was the daughter of an old friend), because it was carried on TV news, and had given the prime minister the benefit of the doubt. But he was quite unaware that Berlusconi's explanation had not stood up to subsequent scrutiny, because that little detail only appeared in some of the newspapers.

What we are seeing in Italy is the emergence of an information culture typical of authoritarian regimes. There are the information haves: they include those who read papers like La Repubblica, Corriere della Sera and La Stampa; the mainly young people who regularly surf the web, and those who listen to the few independent talk radio stations like Radio 24 Ore. Then there are the much more numerous information have-nots who still take their news from TV bulletins controlled directly or indirectly by Berlusconi. This is a bizarre and alarming situation in a western European democracy, and all the more so because the have-nots are convinced they are just as well-informed as the others. They become quite indignant, even angry, if you suggest otherwise.

Before the fall of the Berlin Wall, there was a part of communist East Germany near Dresden known jokingly as the Tal der Ahnungslosen (the Valley of the Clueless). Because of some freak of topography or atmospherics, its inhabitants were unable to receive TV signals from the west and therefore had to make do with the news given to them by the regime.

No doubt they were not wholly clueless. No doubt visitors to the area told them about what they knew. No doubt, some of the young people who went to Berlin to study returned whispering tales of another and forbidden reality. But the essence of the world view held by these unfortunates was nevertheless formed by their leaders.

We are accustomed to thinking of Italy as a long, thin country with a mountainous spine. But for as long as Silvio Berlusconi remains in office we would do better to imagine it as having a deep, broad cleft running down the middle – a new Valley of the Clueless.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009


A free expression of ideas is welcome in our organization because it is through this medium that the group is cultivated, harnessed and strengthened. Matters of great importance are crystallized and solutions to problems are taken collectively. Of course we do not tolerate vulgar and indecent words in KOR. Let us help them maintain the sense of decency or delicadeza in words and deeds as true Rizalists. Sir Virgilio R. Esguerra, KGCR - Acting Supreme Commander

N.B. Click on the following link: http://www.ilfilibusterismo.blogspot.com/ for the complete version of the article.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

English Language Is The Bane Of Philippine Economy And Cultural Life

It is highly probable that policy makers at Washington DC learned from a thorough reading of Dr. Jose Rial's novels; and particularly the Seventh Chapter of El Filibusterismo which served as a guide for them to draft a new imperialist policy. This thesis can be gleaned from the speech by Senator Albert J. Beveridge when the Treaty of Paris was under consideration for ratification in the US Senate.

It can be said that America's consuming desire to retain our country as a territory was expressed by Senator Beveridge when he spoke in the U.S. Senate on January 9, 1900. Said he: "But to hold it (the Philippines) will be no mistake. Our trade henceforth will be with Asia. The Pacific is our ocean. More and more Europe will manufacture the most it consumes. Where shall we turn for consumers of our surplus? Geography answers the question. x x x The Philippines give us a base at the door of all the East."

What followed was the shiploads of American SOLDIER-TEACHERS, the so-called Thomasites because they were on board the US ss Thomas, who immediately taught all Filipino children of school age the English language, through memory work, parrot style, and forbade them from speaking our own languages within the school premises. The Washington policy makers were possibly and probably influenced by the thesis of Dr. Jose Rizal concerning language, as lucidly expounded in the Seventh Chapter of El Filibusterismo, as it had been tanslated from the original Spanish by Charles B. Derbyshire. There was the clue on how to enslave the Filipino mind!

Let it not be said that this piece is designed to foment hatred for America; for in truth, we never lacked friends in that great champion of democracy and liberty of men. Senator William Bate, on April 2, 1900, condemned the (1898) Treaty of Paris when he declared that therein was announced and ratified the "un-American doctrine that a whole people, 10 million (Filipinos) in number, could be bought for a money consideration, in total disregard of all those rights heretofore held by all American statesmen as inalienable. " But history has sadly shown that statesmanship, indeed, is too often overwhelmed by commercial greed!

The problem. The use of English language in the administation of government and in the public educational system is a perpetuation of the destruction of our already damaged culture! Only the elitists, or the ilustrados and their foreign cohorts continue to rake the bountiful resources of our country, and the ordinary citizens, the masses, are rendered ignorant and uncomprehending of the laws and ordinances, especially of what transpires in the intricacies of national life, and are always the losers in their routine quest for justice, most especially in the courts of law.

The relatively few who become fairly proficient in tolerable English mostly end up as menials in the employ of multinationals here and abroad. They are beguiled with the epiteth of "modern heroes," even as our womenfolk have become famously known as caregivers and domestic helpers.

The herein proposition is also in line with the admonitions by our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, concerning language as vehemently expounded in the Seventh Chapter of El Filibusterismo. When the country's youth (even so the women of Malolos) were petitioning the Spanish colonial government to teach Spanish language in the schools, our hero wrote as follows:

"X x x. You ask for equal rights, the Hispanization (Americanization this time) of your customs, and you don't see that what you are begging for is suicide, the destruction of your nationality, the annihilation of your fatherland, the consecration of tyranny! What will you be in the future! A people without character, a nation without liberty... everything you have will be borrowed, even your very defects! X x x To what are you tending now, with your instruction in Castillan (English at present), a pretension that would be ridiculous were it not for its deplorable consequences! You wish to add one more language to the forty odd that are spoken in the islands, so that you may understand one another less and less.

"X x x. You are letting yourselves be deceived by big words and never go to the bottom of things to examine the results in their final analysis... Spanish (English now) will never be the general language of the country, the people will never talk it, because the conception of heir brains and the feelings of their hearts cannot be expessed in that language. ... each people has its own tongue, as it has its own way of thinking! What are you going to do with Castillan (English now), the few of you who will speak it? Kill off your originality, subordinate your thoughts to other brains, and instead of freeing yourselves, make yourselves slaves indeed! Nine-tenths of those of you who pretend to be enlightened are renegades to your country! He among you who talks that language neglects his own in such a way that he neither writes nor understands it, and how many have I not seen who pretended not to know a single word of it! X x x. While Russia enslaves Poland by focing the Russian language upon it, while Gemany prohibits French in the conquered provinces, your government strives to peserve yours, and you in return, a remarkable people under an incomprehensible government, you are tying to despoil yourselves of your own nationality! One and all you forget that while a people preserves his language, it preseves the marks of its liberty, as a man preserves his independence while he holds to his own way of thinking. Language is the thought of the peoples..." *

(* From the English translation of the original Spanish by Charles B. Derbyshire.)



Ang mga sumusunod ay hango sa karanasan ng isang naglingkod bilang sound system recorder/photograph er nung panahon nina Pangulong Ramon Magsaysay at Carlos P. Garcia (1954 to 1961; at reporter ng Malacañang Press Office na sumubaybay sa mga gawain ng Pangulo ng Pilipinas -- tatlong (3) taon sa panahon ni President Diosdado Macapagal (1962-1965), at sampung (10) taon (1966-1976) kay Pangulong Ferdinand E. Marcos. At hanggang sa nalabi pang mga taon (1977 to 1991) na nagretiro sa paglilingkod sa gobyerno (Hunyo 15, 1991) nung ang ating pinuno ay si Pangulong Corazon Aquino.

Ang mga bagay na nakasaad ay mapapatunayan / masusundan din ng masugid na mambabasa sa mga sumusunod:

1. Sa kolum na "STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER" ni Luis D. Beltran, sa -- The Evening News, Friday 24 November 1967;

2. Sa kolum na "Inside Malacañang" ni Celso G. Cabrera, in The Manila Chronicle, Wednesday --June 24, 1970;

3. In the article -- 'English only' policy strengthens US stranglehold on RP economy -- sa page 7, BULLETIN TODAY, Mon., June 3, 1985.


ONE. Every official transaction and/or decision arrived at in the Study Room of the President of the Philippines in Malacañang, as well as in most government departments and offices, is dutifully transmitted/ relayed to the appropriate desk at the PENTAGON, minute-by-minute, by clandestine moles and observers in government offices and elsewhere, and speedily received in Washington, even way ahead of the Philippine government's agency/office/ entity concerned.

If RP government's moves are perceived as detrimental or contrary to US interests, then immediate actions are made to thwart the same!

TWO. All government processes in RP are tailor-made for the ease and comfort of USA's entities in this country. Conversely and on the contrary, the big majority of our own citizens are unknowing and ignorant of the same.

THREE. A very small percentage (only five to 15%) of Filipino students will truly have real need to learn the English language. So many of them become school drop-outs, and inadvertently end up as economic burdens and social outcasts / problems of the government. It results in too much waste, waste, and squandered resources of our country's economy.

FOURTH. Every peso spent for the study and teaching of English is a peso deducted and misappropriated out of Philippine public money which should otherwise be allocated for the development, promotion and propagation of the national language.

FIFTH. The vicious system merely caters to the convenience of American media and USA's clandestine opeators in RP (instead of their paying for translation services), and to which our local radio-tv and news publications and individual subscribers religiously remit valuable money, and which consequently deplete our foreign exchange capabilities.

SIXTH. For the importation of English DICTIONARIES alone -- not to mention the required textbooks and references in most colleges and universities -- the annual loss to our county's economy is atrociously and heavily unquantifiable.

SEVENTH. Both official and private wranglings among protagonists in and outisde of government and private entities on the wisdom, or unwisdom, of retaining English in our systems constitute valuable man-hours losses to our country's economic resource. All of which amount to a corresponding loss of resources and capabilities; and neglect in the development of indigenous talents for native literature.

Obstinately retaining English language in our government communications system will insure the permanence of our international status as the BASKET CASE, if not the GARBAGE DUMP of Asia!

NINTH. All progressive countries around us, and all over the world, educate their young in their native language.

The country's justice system is continually tailor- made to favor the interests of the country's ilustrado class, with the resultant neglect of the welfare of the poor and unschooled segment of the populace.

For the assiduous contemplation by our Brethren and countrymen who still value the interest and welfare of our Motherland and the generations yet to come.

Irineo Perez Goce -- a.k.a. Ka Pule2
leonidasagbayani@ yahoo.com
kapule_2@yahoo. com
renlita_010357@ yahoo.com
Lipa City, Batangas, PHILIPPINES

Friday, July 17, 2009


From: "B"
Subject: Help
Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2009 09:42:53 +0200

Hello Mr. Mayuga,

How are you? I hope you are in good health. You don't know me and we've never met. I apologize for the unsolicited email.

I am a Filipino located in New York. I read your article in the online edition of Inquirer entitled, "Why Obama is meeting with Arroyo." I find it very informative.

May I ask, would you be interested in helping me spread the word about my blog: http://obamasaynotogma.blogspot.com/

I am always updating it for the sake of the Filipino community here in the US. Also, I am preparing a video version to be put on YouTube and other websites.

Please help me spread the word. Hope to get a response soon.


Wednesday, July 8, 2009

How Esguerra SEPARATED Himself From RIZALISM And The KOR...!

Good Morning,

Esguerra, as Supreme Commander, is not only incompetent but inutile as well! He points an accusing finger at Lazir, not realizing that three (3) of his fingers point at the real wrongdoer, he, Esguerra himself!

Can he and Quiambao not understand the language, spirit, meaning and purpose of the Law, Republic Act No. 646, specifically its Section 4, on 'GOOD MORAL CHARACTER'? Simply said, it says that only those with good moral character may join the KOR. Telling lies, writing and even spreading them do not make a person morally upright nor good. Since Esguerra told, wrote lies, he doesn't possess 'GOOD MORAL CHARACTER'! What that means is that Esguerra, through his own actions, SEVERED/SEPARATED himself from the KOR Organization! Any and all memoranda he writes, are worth no more than the piece of paper they are written upon!

He signs this 18 June 2009 memo with accusations but no iota of truth nor proof in there! It's like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad once more claiming he won a landslide victory in the Iranian presidential elections, or saying that NEDA was shot by the CIA!

Is lying "good moral character" per Sec 4, R.A. 646, the enabling law of the KOR organization?

Esguerra lied many times, bringing shame to the KOR! Three attachments here form part of evidence of his lying:

1) "Of course we do not tolerate vulgar and indecent words in KOR." - per Esguerra letter 12 April 2007, 2nd paragraph, 3rd sentence (see attachment above).

Vulgar and indecent words author Bhoy Alcoba was promoted by Esguerra himself last July 2007 in Paris, France, contrary to what Esguerra says!

2) "We, in the Supreme Council and in the KOR organization, stand for justice, freedom, equality and non-racism." - per his signed OPEN LETTER titled "How to be Un-Rizalian", dated 15 May 2007, 7th paragraph, 1st sentence (pls see attachment above).

In less than 3 months, same Esguerra promoted same Alcoba to KGOR, July 2007, Paris, France...again contrary to what he wrote, signed on 15 May 2007 and distributed shortly thereafter! Lazir got his copy inserted in the Souvenir Program, July 2007 Paris International Assembly!

3) "Those who had been specifically maligned by Rizal Victoria..." - per 18 June 2009 Esguerra memo (see attachment above), 3rd paragraph, 1st sentence.

Did Lazir malign anyone?

If someone did malign the Supreme Council, it is Esguerra himself! Reading No. 2 above, notice that Esguerra maligned the ENTIRE Supreme Council and the ENTIRE KOR Organization when he wrote "WE", then signed the letter himself! The Supreme Council perhaps (MINUS Esguerra?) stands for non-racisim! Why must Esguerra sign for Supreme Council and entire KOR organization then BLAME Lazir?

Quiambao himself personally promoted Paras to KGOR in Florida, April 2001!, long before Lazir started writing RY 2006/2007! (pls see attached March 2001 Petition by Nollas & Co to Quiambao, 2001 Supreme Commander)

Therefore, Quiambao already brought SHAME upon the KOR as early as 2001, by promoting UNDESERVING Paras to KGOR!


Who is lying?
Answer: Esguerra (evidence provided on 3 attachments above)

Who put the KOR to shame?
Answer: Quiambao, Esguerra, Paras & Alcoba plus the undeserving KGORs Guansing, Plueckebaum, Nollas (Wearing, giving, receiving undeserved medals, titles, ranks are an affront to the good name of the organization!)

Who maligned the Supreme Council, the KOR organization?
Answer: 1) Supreme Commander Rogelio Quiambao in 1999/2000 on the missing Euro 5,000 (approx.) w/c up till today is unaccounted for in the KOR Books of Accounts, per Esguerra'sreport himself! German Donor Mushake confirmed over the phone with Lazir he did give the amount of approx. DM 10,000 sometime 1999/2000. Quiambao was then Supreme Commander. Where is this approx. Euro 5,000 Mr Quiambao? Why the LOUD silence? (Donations could be private, but once they are in the hands of the KOR, any member can ask about it, being now, organization funds! Lazir has been asking about these since two years, but Esguerra & Quiambao, by choice, refuse to provide any explanation, other than BLAMING Lazir for "bringing" shame, although this duo are guilty of what they charge Lazir!)

2) Virgilio Esguerra for writing and lying last 15 May 2007, "We, in the Supreme Council and in the KOR organization, stand for justice, freedom, equality and non-racism."

How come the May 2008 Elections were held in Luzon, not in the Visayas or in Mindanao, per previously-agreed arrangement?
Answer pls from the Supreme Commander? In order to prolong the hold of power by Quiambao and Esguerra, knowing they could have lost if the May 2008 KOR Elections were held in the Visayas or Mindanao?

This lying Supreme Commander Esguerra, if he is righteous, should have acted as quickly on written complaints about ALL Knights, not selectively against a few! He did not! WHY?

Is that bravery of him, to expell only Moreno and Sir Jun Zerrudo? Is he a Knight or a coward? Perhaps a COWARD Knight?

What about the Alcoba, Paras racism cases? What about the give-away KGOR to the undeserving Guansing, Plueckebaum, Nollas where Esguerra, as Supreme Commander, is liable for violations of the KOR Manual that specifically cites how the KGOR is to be awarded! Why does Esguerra confer KGOR titles, ranks without valid reasons? WHY? What for?

Can Esguerra name the good deeds deserving the KGOR for Paras, Alcoba, Plueckebaum, Guansing, Nollas? Since he cannot and refused until today to provide documentation, Esguerra isn'y lying? If those KGORs titles are validly given out, why HIDE the documentation or the citation? (The US gov't publishes stories on whom, why and what for the Congressional Medal of Honor is awarded!)

Lazir uses applicable language to describe this liar Esguerra for a KOR Supreme Commander! Nothing personal, no hatred whatsover. A spade is just a spade!

Although qualified, Lazir refused Esguerra's signed promotion for Lazir's promotion which could have been given last 20 June 2009 to him in Wilhelmsfeld, Germany, because this lying Esguerra is UNDESERVING to promote Lazir! And Lazir, as always, refuses to be intimidated, cannot be bought nor bribed with any promotion, rank, title, sash or even cash!

(To use Esguerra's language) Mr Esguerra fully deserves his separation from the Order of the Knights of Rizal on his own doing and is henceforth stripped of all the rights and privileges of membership in the (once) prestigious Order of the Knights of Rizal. And to borrow Esguerra's famous word: "NAKAKAHIYA!" for a Supreme Commander (President of provincial administrators league of the Philippines?) to be so-treated by a lowly yet spirited, highly-principled, brave, incorruptible and combative Knight by the name of Lazir!

For country and people!

No interest in a KOR run by Quiambao & Esguerra!

P.s. - In the Philippines, they say that one could win or lose a case, not because of merit, but the amount of bribe (or some other considerations?) you could afford to give! Ask yourselves, why are Paras & Alcoba, both identified racists, still in the KOR, if Sir Jun Zerrudo is expelled already and Moreno too? What keeps Esguerra from expelling Paras & Alcoba? What "secret" do Paras & Alcoba hold? "Secrets" too damaging to Esguerra or Quiambao? How come Lazir is being PERSECUTED for exposing Esguerra lies as putting KOR in shame? But, Paras & Alcoba are not even investigated, prosecuted, expelled! Didn't Esguerra one time report about some "investigation"? Even Sir Barry Bowman mentioned one time about an "investigation" of Alcoba? That was 2008, now is 2009! Alcoba & Paras are still KOR members!

So, who is lying? Who is bringing SHAME to the KOR? Lazir the reporter? Or Esguerra the Supreme Commander who is incompetent and inutile..., for he disciplines and promotes the UNDESERVING!

Two glaring stupid examples of Esguerra's incompetence (no, Lazir is not saying that Esguerra is stupid...; rather, two stupid examples...as one could read here!):

1) Esguerra (Rizal provincial administrator?) expelled Sir Jun Zerrudo and Moreno from the KOR, for flimsy reasons that could hardly hold water!

If Esguerra studied Law, how could he ignore the "benefit of the doubt" rule! If Lazir is, per his CONCLUSION, guilty of "bringing" shame to the KOR now, how about the lies he himself wrote and the acts of his friends Quiambao (in 1999/2000/2001!), Paras (2001/2003/2007/2008/2009!), Alcoba (2007/2008), to name a few?

Are Esguerra lies EXCEMPTED from this "SHAME THE KOR" rule? Is it OK for the Supreme Commander to tell a lie, or write lies? Where is his delicadeza? Caught by Lazir writing lies, why is Esguerra still a member, having violated Sec 4, R.A. 646 on "good moral character"? (Lazir's logic: Sec 4 is clear, KOR membership for those with good moral character! If no good moral character, therefore NOT A MEMBER! Lazir therefore proved beyond reasonable doubt that Esguerra, who lied, is not a KOR member, not the Supreme Commander, ab initio! Esguerra outed himself!)

Where is "command responsibility"? If Paras & Alcoba cannot be expelled, shouldn't the Supreme Commander be answerable for being incompetent? If Esguerra has "good character", so much does Lazir, who stands by his words!, while Esguerra engages in double speak on Rizalism!

2) Esguerra promoted proven/identified racist Alcoba to KGOR! Why? No high animal, not even a Supreme Commander, can promote a racist to KGOR, nor keep him in the organization!

Esguerra's methods can be likened to the Chinese tanks that rolled on Tiananmen Square!

Esguerra as Supreme Commander writing about Rizalism reminds Lazir of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who spoke of 'ethics', after the 12 June 2009 Iranian presidential elections!