Sent earlier this month:
Dear Mr. Feaver:
The IAEA does not state that Iran
has a nuclear weapon, nor do they state that Iran is building one. Your paper has portrayed Iran as making an effort to get
nuclear weapons, and there are no facts to support this claim.
I believe telling fabrications like this is very dangerous, and could lead to
war. I also believe that war is a failure of human compassion and human
intelligence. I had thought that your paper had learned something from not
reporting on the lies about Iraq’s
WMDs, but I guess I was wrong about that.
Iran’s nuclear weapons
program is just like Iraq’s
WMD program. It does not exist. It is a lie, then and now. I was smart
to figure out back in the fall of 2002 that Iraq
did not have WMDs, so I think you really should question why all the
journalists at the Washington Post in 2002 was not nearly as smart as an
in North Carolina.
In my eyes, your paper’s failure to report the truth on Iraq resulted in a lot of innocent
blood being spilled, and it spilled onto your hands. I do not want to see the
Washington Post repeat that mistake and thereby spill more innocent blood.