Thursday, September 22, 2011

Dis-united Nations

Iran's President Ahmadinejad decided to deliver a speech to the United Nations attacking the United States for its history of slavery, causing two world wars, using a nuclear bomb against 'defenceless people', and imposing and supporting military dictatorships and totalitarian regimes on Asian, African and Latin American nations.

The President also accused some unidentified European countries of still using the Holocaust 'as the excuse to pay fine or ransom to the Zionists'. He said any question about the foundation of Zionism is condemned by the US 'as an unforgivable sin'.

Mark Kornblau, spokesman for the US Mission to the United Nations, said: "Mr Ahmadinejad (note the 'Mr') had a chance to address his own people's aspirations for freedom and dignity, but instead he again turned to abhorrent anti-Semitic slurs and despicable conspiracy theories."

What he didn't mention was his disputed re-election in June 2009 when Iranian security forces crushed opposition protests, the internal political turmoil that has sharply diminished his power, or Iran's nuclear program which the US and its allies believe is aimed at producing nuclear weapons.

Human Rights Watch's UN Director Philippe Bolopion said: "While President Ahmadinejad is lecturing the world from the UN podium, dissent is still being crushed ruthlessly in Iran and basic rights demanded by millions in the Arab world are brutally denied to Iranians who are demanding the same."

No doubt there will be calls for regime change. Indeed, there already have been.

Permit His Grace to remind the world... President Ahmadinejad is a political puppet in a smart suit (sometimes): in Iran, the real power is spiritual and resides with the ayatollahs, who (in Shi'a theology) are 'the word of the God'.


Blogger john in cheshire said...

Despite the iranian assertion of their (Persian) civilisation, they have not progressed beyond the level of barbarian. And we, in the West should treat them accordingly. Annihilation is too good for them, the muslim, satanists.

22 September 2011 at 21:36  
Blogger whitespacebug said...

You mean he missed the genocide against native Americans out?

22 September 2011 at 22:23  
Blogger non mouse said...

Uh huh. And was there any British support of the US walkout?

23 September 2011 at 02:19  
Blogger Atlas shrugged said...

but instead he again turned to abhorrent anti-Semitic slurs and despicable conspiracy theories."

However the question remains are these so called despicable conspiracy theories, either completely right, or wrong, or partially one or the other.

Leaders like President Ahmadinejad have their own particular agendas to propagate, that is for sure, however it is always a good idea to listen very carefully to the words of those who seemingly oppose you.

We ignored the various statements of Hitler and Stalin during the 1930's to our subsequent cost, and so have not leaned the lessons we should have from our not so distant past.

Hitler most surely believed in great conspiracies, as well as occult theories of all kinds, but there again so did Sir Francis Bacon, G. Washington, B. Disraeli, J. Stalin, W. S. Churchill, FDR, and most fatally JFK, among many others.

When you look carefully into these various conspiracy theories, you find that they differ from each other in only the most superficial of manners, if at all.

Therefore, were all of these people lying, (if so then that in itself is the sign of a conspiracy)? Were they all sadly mistaken ( therefore fools which they most self-evidently were not)? Or were they very seriously on to something which is extremely important to the futures of us all?

It is not a question of whether or not the world is essentially run by a vicious conspiracy or not, for the evidence that it is run by one, is compelling, conclusive, and overwhelming to say the absolute least.

It is ONLY a question of working out where the most predominate conspiracy wishes to take humanity, and upon which side freedom lies.

Having said the above, watch out for people like Ahmadinejad. Just because these types claim to be against some kind of massive world-wide conspiracy, does not mean that they are not secretly working for the exact same conspiracy, whether they are fully aware that they are, or not.

23 September 2011 at 04:21  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

The puppet thing notwithstanding, I'm amazed Ahmadinejad is still there. He's ridiculed by the intelligentsia in his country for being a country bumpkin and he's hardly popular with the youth of the country who are really the bulk of the people.

23 September 2011 at 06:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is sad that the only English equivalent to Mr Ahmadinejad is Anglican Mainstream

23 September 2011 at 08:01  
Blogger The Gray Monk said...

DanJO, Having been there several times I can tell you he's still there because the Secret Police, run by the Revolutionary Guard, keep him there. They are recruited from the peasantry, not the intelligentsia, the youth are not heard, because the system there is one of obedience or death. He is a puppet, but a very dangerous one.

23 September 2011 at 08:06  
Blogger G. Tingey said...

John in Cheshire and others:
Persia is indeed a great civilisation, and the nation could be agin...
As soo as religion (ANY religion) is taken out of their government.

Persia shows what a theocracy is like, and it's nasty

23 September 2011 at 08:26  
Blogger The Gray Monk said...

G. Tingey: Even as someone who practices a faith, I have to agree with your summation of the present state of Iran, but I would also point out that the States where Ideology replaces morality (religious guided or not!) are equally bad. Speak to those who still suffer the aftermath of the great "experiments" of the Soviet system, Mao's China, or the former East Germany where the preservation of the "state" for the Party elite over road all Human Rights and led to families spying on each other. Any excess is abhorrent, whether religion led or secular.

23 September 2011 at 10:46  
Blogger Shacklefree said...

Atlas is right “it is always a good idea to listen very carefully to the words of those who seemingly oppose you” and whitespacebug illustrated this with his reference to the attempted genocide of the native Americans. Let’s not forget American aggression all over the world and their promotion of pornography, sterilization, abortion etc. We have much to fear from an unbridled America. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, I thought the world could now move into a more peaceful era but America took this as an opportunity to expand their oppression and (along with others including Britain) have implemented policies which have significantly destabilized the world. Yes, Ahmedinajad is dangerous but let’s not blind ourselves to the fact that he is being used as a bogeyman and no doubt the time will come when he will be raised up as the reason for us to spend ever more money supporting the American arms industry. Saddam Hussain is no longer available for that purpose.

23 September 2011 at 11:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He is a puppet, HK Edgerton can speak for the US. Its time for truth about how the west was won.

24 September 2011 at 01:54  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

G Tingy,

A theocracy is a good idea... if you have a perfect person running it....we haven`t had one......... yet.

Persia( the root of Islamic fundamentalism) is described in the Bible as having a Satanic prince( a fallen spiritual being) ruling over it, of course I don`t expect you to accept this as you are blinded by the darkness(also explained in the Bible(which of course you also don`t accept.)To view World events without being aware of the spiritual forces participating is not even to have 'half the story'.

25 September 2011 at 09:10  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Iran's President Ahmadinejad is merely a 'puppet', the mouthpiece of the Mullahs.
The real power behind Iran and even behind the Mullahs is the Prince of Persia(not the video game,) but a fallen satanic angel.
Of course I don`t expect atheists especially atheist Politicians to be remotely aware of this fact.
What we (the West) are trying to do is to fight 'Ground wars ' against those driven by satanic forces which the West will never win or even restrain effectively.Remove a dictator from one of these Countries and another one will 'pop up'.Terrorists are highly mobile they move out of one country and when the time is ripe they return it is like like fighting a 'many headed hydra'.
And the West is driving out the only force able to restrain evil, God Himself, which is going to bring matters to 'a head'sooner rather than later.
Jesus dealt with the matter of sin and evil on the Cross of Calvary but a relative few had the spiritual 'eyes and ears' to hear and comprehend what He was saying.

25 September 2011 at 09:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Personally, I've always thought that Ahmadinejad took his sartorial cues from the Rain Man.

Smart suits don't look right on him!

26 September 2011 at 14:08  

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