A large Grain of Salt Required?

This just in from Irans’ News Agency, FARS. Sometimes they are FAR out, as far as I’m concerned, but I’ll wait to see. Just for the record, the image is ‘shopped. Not that the Iranians did not produce this work of “Art” with the United States sphere broken and the next sphere about to break.

Rice Adores Iranian Art, Culture

TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice put aside Washington’s political differences with Tehran, taking in an art exhibit by Iranian artists that she said showed the country’s “great culture”.

Rice received a personal tour of the exhibit and met some of the artists.

“They are representing so well the great culture that Iran has, the great culture that goes back for so many centuries,” Rice told reporters. “The American people can see another side of Iran and see what the artists of Iran are doing.”

The exhibition by 30 artists is called ‘Wishes and Dreams: Iran’s New Generation Emerges’ and presented in conjunction with the Tehran University Art Gallery. It will be on display in Washington until late July and then move to other US cities through 2008.

The United States and other Western nations have accused Tehran of building a nuclear energy program as a cover for developing nuclear weapons, a charge Iran has denied vehemently.

The paintings ranged from an abstract called “Butterfly” done in acrylic to an oil canvas portrait of children entitled “When We were Both Alone.”

4 Responses to “A large Grain of Salt Required?”

  1. babbazee Says:

    Sounds like her typical diplobabbling whoredom to me.

  2. Urban Infidel Says:

    If it comes to NYC I would go and take pictures if they let me.

  3. paleo Says:

    Urban Infidel
    Please do. I would love to see what “art” she is fawning over.

  4. babbazee Says:

    UI you have to take the pics if it comes

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