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30 NYPD, 2 FDNY Protect Ahmadinejad

From the New York City CBS TV affiliate WCBS-TV:

30 NYPD, 2 FDNY Assigned To Ahmadinejad Security

September 20, 2010

NEW YORK (CBS 2/WCBS 880) — One of the world’s most despised leaders was quite possibly the safest man in New York City on Monday night.

The city is going to great lengths to protect Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, reports CBS 2′s Rob Morrison.

The fact that this much security is out in plain sight pales in comparison to the hidden measures police and secret service have taken to protect one of the world’s most notorious men…

Metal detectors and federal agents armed with anti-terror weapons greet even the most casual hotel visitor.

Heavy sanitation trucks block 42nd Street at Second Avenue, with one police cruiser inching back and forth like a castle gate controlling the one way in and out

Boehm, a security expert who spent 20 years with the NYPD, said… it’s likely Ahmadinejad is being kept on a low floor to facilitate escape and that all of his windows have been replaced with bullet proof glass.

City officials told Morrison that about 30 officers and two firefighters are assigned exclusively to the Iranian president 24 hours a day

Meanwhile, from the New York Daily News, we get a few more details on the actual cost:

Taxpayers foot giant bill to keep heads of state safe at annual United Nations meeting

BY Rocco Parascandola, Oren Yaniv and Corky Siemaszko

Tuesday, September 21st 2010

Security for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and 190 other world leaders gathering for the annual meeting of the UN General Assembly could cost $5 million to $7 million, officials said.

"This is the biggest number of heads of state that we’ve had here at any one time," Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Monday.

The NYPD gets about $20 million every two years from the State Department for these kinds of expenditures, Kelly added.

Security costs aren’t broken down by leader, he added. But it’s a safe bet Iran’s leader will see a lot of NYPD blue…

Your tax dollars at work. By the way, will he find the time to stop in to pray at the ‘Ground Zero Mosque’?

But while we are on the subject, we can’t help but wonder the United Nations seems to invite Mr. Ahmadinejad to be their headline speaker every year.

Iran is currently defying the UN’s sanctions. Mr. Ahmadinejad is not a legitimate leader, since he was ‘elected’ in clearly rigged elections. He is a petty tyrant, and a grifter and a dangerous lunatic.

-– Wait a minute. We may have just answered our own question.

Yes, it all makes perfect sense when you think about it. After all, Mr. Ahmadinejad is the poster boy for what the UN is really all about.

This article was posted by Steve on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

9 Responses to “30 NYPD, 2 FDNY Protect Ahmadinejad”

  1. NoNeoCommies says:

    It would be nice if the CIA could at least short sheet his hotel bed or put Nair in his shampoo.

  2. Mithrandir says:

    And yet, the woman who created “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day” gets NO SECURITY what-so-ever.

    The FBI advises her to go into hiding.

    –This is what we are paying our government for right?

  3. artboyusa says:

    MAHMOUD AHMADENIJAD, the Tiniest Tyrant, stars in “The Out of Towners”! Rated R for Adult Situations and Mahmoud-related homoeroticism.

    “Ah, it is good to be back” grinned Mahmoud. “Just smell that Big Apple air!”

    “Indeed, Excellency” gagged Reza the Interpreter. “There is nothing like it on earth”.

    “Truly. And now let us see what the city holds in the way of after hours diversion for two such swinging guys as us”. Mahmoud studied his copy of the Village Voice. “What does this writing say here?” he queried.

    “It says ‘The Man Hole’, Excellency” muttered Reza. “I think it is a type of café”.

    “The Man Hole’… no women, eh? Sounds like a very Islamic kind of joint” said Mahmoud. “Why is there a picture of a fist?”

    “Perhaps they hold boxing matches?” suggested Reza. “Manly exhibitions of the pugilistic arts”.

    “Perhaps. And what does this mean, this ‘water sports’?”

    “They must have an indoor pool, Excellency. It also says they offer ‘golden showers’.

    “Such hygienic people – and how poetically expressed, too. This ‘Man Hole’ seems like an ideal place for us to relax and unwind after accepting the rapturous adulation of our fans at the UN. We shall attend. Summon the limousine at once!”

    “Yes, Master” grovelled Reza.
    “It is so dark in here” shouted Mahmoud “and the music is so loud!”

    “Truly, Master!” Reza yelled back

    “Still, these all seem like very manly fellows, eh? So healthy looking. Behold their well-muscled torsos, powerful thighs and firm buttocks, gyrating and twisting to the music, their skin gleaming with perspiration, their organs of generation pressing urgently against the shining leather which restrains the rampant male power within”.

    “Um, yes…quite” murmured Reza uncomfortably. “Rampant”.

    “I like those little leather caps too” said Mahmoud. “How different are these strapping fellows to the effete and decadent Americans we usually encounter!”

    “Um, yes…most different indeed”.

    “I can’t stand those lousy faggots – hang them from the nearest crane I say! These wholesome lads remind me of our people – see how many have moustaches and trim little beards?”

    “Uh, of course, Excellency…wholesome”.

    “Look, I need to use the facilities. Here is some Yankee imperialist unbeliever money: why don’t you get us a couple of fruit juices or something?”

    “Yes, Excellency”.

    Mahmoud elbowed his way to the toilet, which was, if anything, even darker and more crowded than the dance floor.

    “Excusing pliz” he said, practicing his English language skills. “Excusing pliz…”

    “Looking good, little guy” growled a figure looming out of the gloom. “Looking good. Care to try some of this action?” he suggested, proffering a dripping jar of Crisco.

    “No, thanking you” said Mahmoud. “I have already eaten”.

    “Haw haw – that’s a good one! You’re alright, guy. My name’s Bull – what’s yours?”

    “I am His Excellency Mahmoud Ahmadenijad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran”.

    “From out of town, huh? That’s okay; you stick with old Bull –he’ll make sure you have a good time.” said Bull, draping a powerful arm around the thin shoulders of the ratlike Persian.

    “Hokay, Bool – I yam looking for a goot time!” said Mahmoud brightly.

    “Me too, little fella” said Bull. “Me too. Nice suit, by the way”.

    “Is cotton poly blend. Extra shiny…”

    Later, a lot later, Reza felt a faint plucking at his sleeve.

    “Excellency – where have you been? Are you alright?”

    “Um, I don’t know, Reza” muttered Mahmoud. ”I don’t really know”.

    “Why are you walking so bowlegged, Master? Those leather shorts – what happened to your suit? Why are you wearing that little cap?”

    “So many questions. You go back to the hotel, Reza…I think I will stick around here for a little longer…to learn more about the, um, habits of the decadent Americans”.

    “Are you sure, Excellency?”

    “Yes, er, no…yes…I don’t know, Reza: I just don’t know about anything anymore…”

    • jobeth says:

      Only you understand our hairy little pesky thorn in the side.

      The mental pictures you paint are soooo funny!

      I’m sure he had a ‘good’ time too…after all those were such ‘manly men’ and all!

      I hope there may be a sequel because I really need to know if he ever got that ‘golden shower’ that a head of state such as himself so well deserves…After all I’m sure he would want to be cleansed before prayer. lol

  4. Just wondering:

    Since that nutjob ‘pastor’ down in Florida who wanted to burn the koran got stuck with the bill for the extra police and fire personnel for his little stunt, I think it ‘s only fair that this nutjob from Iran who openly encourages death to Israel and ‘war without borders’ pay up for the extra police and fire personnel during his diarrhea spew of hate at the U.N.

  5. MZmaj7 says:

    Silly Steve: Ahmadinejad is Shia and would never be allowed in the Ground Zero Mosque.

  6. canary says:

    Exactly “Who?” authorized all this security for Ahmadinejad?
    Bad enough they allowed him to come, but we darn well,
    “Who?” had the right to bill the Ahmadinejad for all this protection & make it come from
    his own filthy lined pockets.
    This should be investigated. New Yorkers need to raise heck about this.

  7. Right of the People says:

    Yet another reason to tell the UN to get the hell out. Why is it we get stuck footing the bill so people from countries who hate us can come here and denigrate us and demand that we protect them?

    I think they could build a lovely building for cheap in Saudi Arabia or Jordan to house the UN then we could convert the UN building here to public housing for the homeless. Two problems solved!

    • AcornsRNutz says:

      A homeless center in the UN building wouldn’t look too different to the local community than it does now either. You have a nack for problem solving.

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