Saturday, September 24, 2011

Walkout as the monkey performed for the UN

America, England and other powerful Western nations got up from their seats and walked out as Ahmadinnerjacket...I mean Ahmadinejad ranted again about Israel, the Jews, America, the West and everything in between,  The threats, intimidation and delusional rantings are not unknown at the UN, he has consistently denigrated all who Islam sees as it's enemies.  Turns out, everyone non-Muslim is an enemy and must be destroyed or converted to Islam.  It's a dog and pony show, required listening for conspiracy theorists, Muslim apologists, holocaust deniers, lefties and most of the MSM.  We must give at least a little attention to his words, so we know what he is thinking and the plans behind the smile but other than that, there is nothing really new to see here.

Iran is a great danger to the globe, Ahmadinejad is the mouthpiece for a regime desiring the destruction of Israel and the West.  Remember that whenever someone mentions that Iran has not attacked anybody in over 350 years.  Also, ask them why Iran needs uranium at a 20% enrichment level, when civilian power reactors only need 3 1/2%.

From CNN September 23

Walkout at U.N. as Ahmadinejad speaks

United Nations (CNN) -- Delegations from the United States and several European nations walked out of the U.N. General Assembly Thursday during Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech, in which he repeatedly condemned the United States and said some countries use the Holocaust as an "excuse to pay ransom... to Zionists."
Delegates from France, Germany, and the United Kingdom were among those who walked out. Delegations from Canada and Israel were not present from the beginning.
In his remarks, Ahmadinejad called the September 11, 2001, attacks "mysterious" and said they were a pretext for a U.S.-led war against Afghanistan and Iraq.
He said the United States killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden instead of assigning a fact-finding team to investigate "hidden elements involved in September 11."
He also placed blame on the United States for numerous global problems including the financial crisis, criticizing it for dominating the world's "policy-making establishments," overspending on the military, and "printing trillions of dollars" that triggered inflation, according to an English translation of his speech provided by Iran's U.N. mission.
Ahmadinejad said the U.S. government views Zionism as "sacred," and that "European countries still use the Holocaust after six decades as the excuse to pay (a) fine or ransom to the Zionists."
Unlike the one million dollars in jizya paid to your regime to secure the release of Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer.  I guess they are different, eh Ahmadinejad?
After assailing the United States, Ahmadinejad said "the main question is the quest for the root cause of such attitudes. The prime reason should be sought in the beliefs and tendencies of the establishment. An assembly of people in contradiction with the inner human instincts and disposition who also have no faith in God and in the path of the divine prophets, replace their lust for power and materialistic ends with heavenly values. To them, only power and wealth prevail, and every attempt must bring into focus these sinister goals."
On the eve of the address, the Iranian president declared his country to be "a new model for life to the world."
He also said that the United States might be willing to "hijack" the Middle East uprisings, according to the Iranian state-run news agency IRNA, but did not further explain his assertion.
Ahmadinejad's appearance at the United Nations in New York comes a day after two U.S. hikers, held in an Iranian prison for more than two years, were released.
Wednesday evening, Ahmadinejad met with a group of U.S. university students, and then gave an interview to Iranian satellite television.
His office provided translated quotes from both.
The Iranian leader said "that the world is in need of change, and Marxism, liberalism, humanism and the West could not solve man's problems," his office said. Ahmadinejad added that "relying on its culture and rich civilization," Iran is "the only nation" that "can offer a new model for life to the world."
He told the students "that the U.S. may be willing to hijack the regional uprisings but a stormy movement is under way," IRNA reported.
"Elsewhere in his speech, he said that the U.N. was set up with the objective of preventing bullying in the world, but this did not happen," IRNA reported.
About 100 undergraduate and graduate students, along with some professors, attended the invitation-only dinner and question-and-answer session in New York, moderated by an Iranian U.N. official. Ahmadinejad did not eat with the guests.
Students who spoke with CNN afterward expressed excitement about the event. At the end, the guests were given hand-painted plates from Iran and books about theology.
Shia theology, no doubt and I must wonder if there will be the true story of Shia beliefs, including the requirement to start the apocalypse in order to bring about the mahdi and the rise of the 13th caliphate?
The mood was jovial and positive, people who were there said. While some questions were asked about nuclear issues, the economy, and Israel, the tone remained positive. Ahmadinejad joked and laughed at times.
Participants included students and staff from Princeton, Fordham, Hofstra, Columbia, New York University, and other schools.
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