The 16th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit in Tehran…

TEHRAN – The 16th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit opened in Tehran on Thursday under the theme of “Lasting Peace through Joint Global Governance.”

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said in an address to the opening ceremony that “The Islamic republic is not after nuclear weapons” and will never slacken off its right to the ” peaceful” use of nuclear energy.

Khamenei said that Iran’s slogan is “Nuclear energy for all, nuclear weapons for none.”

He slammed at the western propaganda against the nuclear program of the Islamic republic and stated that “A few Western countries want to build a monopoly of nuclear fuel.”

Khamenei condemned the Israeli “occupation” of the Palestinian territory which should be ruled by the Palestinians the NAM should take practical steps in this regard.

He also said the UN structure is “illogical,” “unjust” and “non- democratic” and stated that “The world must not be controlled by a few dictatorial regimes.”

The Iranian leader pointed out that “disarmament is an urgent necessity” in today’s world and the Islamic republic calls for a Middle East free from nuclear weapons.

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Goats Milk…

Going to the village is goat milk heaven. We got a liter and a half yesterday and it is all gone. Hopefully tomorrow we will get some more and keep my coffee and goat milk sipping going as I write…

The village is not just goat milk, the village is about the simple things in life…

I am just using goats milk as a sounding board, but the village is just the simple things in life and that is what makes it perfect…

I spend my time in Moscow and I definitely find Moscow nothing like a big city. In Moscow we can find fresh anything on the street corner all day long, but still the village is the epitome of the simple things in life. While Moscow is a simple life, compared to a Western big city. Our village is simple life taken to a purer level. In Moscow they survive by trying to carry the village with them in the city, but it does not work as it should and the effects of the big city still overshadow the simple life…

Russians still have not lost that desire to get back to their roots. I have regained that desire, a desire that I had lost due to overwhelming pressure in America…

So as it rains this morning and I sip that cup of delicious coffee. I am thinking about the 30 or 40 people that are running around the village this week. They are getting that last week in before life, forces them to have to traipse back to the big city and start school and work again…

Life is all about the simple things and when we forget that, we have lessened our life and its experiences…

Kyle Keeton
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