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Protest dangerous racist tonight at BU. Senior Advisor to "Bush's Guru" Israeli Minister Natan Sharansky
09 Nov 2005
A dangerous racist is speaking at BU tonight. The right hand "trigger man" for Israeli Minister Natan Sharansky will be speaking about how easy and profitable it is to sucker Americans into killing, dying and footing the bill for the zionist colonization of Palestine and beyond.
Described as "Bush's Guru" Sharansky is lauded as a hero among zionist for quitting the Sharon regime in protest of the psy-op smoke screen "disengagement"
Will you let a notorious racist slither thru town unopossed? If you care see you there.
Wednesday, November 9th 7:00 PM. PROTEST!

Meet Aryeh Green: "Human Rights and Freedom in the Middle East", Senior Advisor to Israeli Minister Natan Sharansky Israel's minister for Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs. "Israel as the champion of freedom in the region; encouragement of greater freedom in the Arab world for the benefit of the Palestinians and other Arabs as well as Israel." Mr. Green handles student affairs for minister Sharansky as well as coordinating efforts to
promote freedom and democracy in the Middle East.

Boston University CAS B12 775 Commonwealth Avenue Samuel Ashner, sashner (at)

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Re: Protest dangerous racist tonight at BU. "Bushs Guru" Senior Advisor to Israeli Minister Natan Sharansky
09 Nov 2005

Former Gulag Prisoner Gets the Ear of the US President

By Erich Follath and Annette Grossbongardt

Natan Sharansky, a former Gulag prisoner and today an Israeli cabinet minister, discusses new opportunities for peace in the Middle East, his role as a "guru" for the US president, and the fight against possible nuclear powers Iran and North Korea
Sharansky's ideas about spreading freedom have found resonance with US President George W. Bush.
SPIEGEL: Mr. Sharansky, we are currently witnessing the "Cedar Revolution" in Lebanon, Syria's willingness to compromise and election reforms in Cairo. Is a new wind blowing in the Middle East? And can the American president truly take credit for this?

Sharansky: I am very optimistic in terms of the potential fundamental change in the Middle East. On the one hand, you have the entire region's deep longing to live in freedom and, on the other, the US president's clear message that the United States is putting all its might behind democratic change. In the Arab world, we are now seeing the same forces at work that led to the collapse of the totalitarian regime in the Soviet Union without a single shot having been fired. We should not be shy about pushing for deep-seated reforms. After all, those who warned that Gorbachev was being put under too much pressure were wrong.

SPIEGEL: Has Bush paid you a fee yet for all the thoughts and expressions he has borrowed from you, in his second inaugural speech, for example?

Sharansky: No, and he doesn't have to. But I am very pleased that he's increased the circulation of my book by recommending it.

SPIEGEL: In his new mission to triumph over tyrants worldwide, the American president has expressly referred to your work on the power of freedom. He's recommended it to both his secretary of state and the German chancellor. Indeed, you were even summoned to the White House in November for a one-hour meeting with Bush.