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Ahmadinejad: Election Is A Role Model

From Iran’s IRIB:

Ahmadinejad: Iran Pioneers Democracy and Global Management

By ebrahimi  
Monday, 22 June 2009

Iran’s President, Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad emphasized that Islamic Republic of Iran is a forerunner in democracy and global management. According to IRIB, addressing Iran Armed Forces Industrial Research Festival on Sunday, President Ahmadinejad underlined that currently Islamic Iran pioneers the scientific scenes, democracy, and global management and that the recent presidential poll is the beginning of the end of World Arrogance domination over the world.

President considered 10th presidential poll as a source of major development in international relations and underscored: "In this election, the role model of democracy that was displayed in Iran was unprecedented and exclusive such that it challenged the democracies in Western countries."

President noted: "In Western countries, democracy is 100% controlled and people’s role is ceremonial. But, what happened in Islamic Iran was the true manifestation of the nation’s resolve and determination."

He added: "Following Iran’s election, the US and British leaders became concerned about their own existence and launched a sinister effort to defend the oppressive system that they have imposed on the world."

President Ahmadinejad stressed: "Today, the enemies are upset because a nation has understood its capacity and is turning into a role model for the international community."

Well, Mr. Ahmadinejad does have a point.

Iran is a model for far too many in the international community.

Including ACORN International Community Organizations International.

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, June 22nd, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

17 Responses to “Ahmadinejad: Election Is A Role Model”

  1. proreason says:

    The real question from the US perspective is whether The Moron decides to publicly endorse these sentiments or to hold his tongue and use the methods to improve his own election chances in the future.

    If he comes out too strongly, he will give away his hand.

    But the temptation to speak up must be overwhelming. After all………….it’s been more than a week since he has slandered the United States.

  2. tranquil.night says:

    Khamenei/Ahmadinejad vs Ayers/Obama for Supreme Leader/POTOOWO (President of the Oppressed One World Order) in 2012: the campaign has already begun! It’s a tough race already with the Putin/Medvedev ticket well-established, yet President/Supreme Leader Hu Jintao of China is clearly out ahead and may opt for a good running mate in North Korea’s Kim Jr.

    • canary says:

      tranquil.nite. I think N. Korea’s and China’s lack of muslims is why Obama keeps insulting them. When he suggested it made more sense to attack N. Korea than Iraq, and called China a future threat, then as President keeps complaining about owing them money, and the battling the decrease of a dollar. He’s got them on edge. Obama will cozy up with Russia after his visit as a Senator , where he witnessed anthrax and piles of ammo and bombs that he said would take 60 years to dismantle. Don’t think Obama will trade his knocking of fists in for clicking of heels. He’ll find a loud speaker the entire world can listen to. “I am the wizard of oz”

  3. wardmama4 says:

    The insane are truly running the asylum right now – and it is frightening.

    • proreason says:

      wardmama4: yours is the one of the greatest posts ever on S&L.

      The reason the post is so great is that I honestly have no idea whether you are talking about the leadership in Iran or the United States.

      I can’t read your mind……but I think the realistic answer is “both”.

    • tranquil.night says:

      Well, when the French are the one’s holding the line currently.. ’nuff said.

  4. MinnesotaRush says:

    Do Gibbs and Emmanuel (et al) work with the Ak-ma-maniac and his gang?

    He (Ak-ma-maniac) spins crap like o-blah-blah!

    • canary says:

      Gibbs was one of Senator aid’s that wrote Obination’s Abomination. Uncle Tom, I mean Emmanuel is a bad but red-neck, Obmination’s bad boy type.

  5. beautyofreason says:

    Ahmadinejad and the supreme leader have no shame over their vote rig. Tyrants try to make themselves look like saviors of the people. They abuse Western idioms to pretend like they value human rights, instead of admitting to the repression they create to stay in power. While both Ahmadinejad and the supreme leader actually loathe democracy and rigged the vote, they lie and claim it is actually the non-tyrannical governments, the Western ones that are rigged – though we don’t disqualify candidates. Those kind of bold-faced lies are the hallmark of a tyrant, and the Iranian regime has learned them well.

    It’s quite sicking for me to see this kind of abuse of the English language. Wrong is not right, black is not white, stealing votes are not fair and shooting unarmed crowds of protesters is not fighting “terrorist groups” (as the Iranian press TV calls the young men and women walking outside).

    The success of the tyrants’ message depends on the stupidity and gullibility of the audience. You have to have good intentions and to value words over actions and evidence to buy that sort of crap. Which is why I’m so concerned about the liberal morons on the white house, especially Obama. If Iran presents enough window dressing to say that they are not developing nukes then, well, the Obama administration will buy it, and any acre of swampland the mullahs offer us. Obama is the kind of well-intentioned fool who would buy the Islamo platitudes.

    • proreason says:

      “It’s quite sicking for me to see this kind of abuse of the English language”

      I don’t see any difference from our own Supreme Leader.

      To both, lying is like breathing.

      And our little boy has the capacity to do more destruction than Akmanutjob. At least Akma is is transparent dictator. Our little boy has got the whole house of mirrors thing going on.

      I predict that at the end of the dictatorships, the damage The Moron will cause will exceed the nutjob’s by a factor of 10 or more.

  6. canary says:

    I thought he was being carried for a second. Guess it’s someone’s duty to carrying a box for him to stand on. They just need someone that has a good aim. Look at that hand. Someone’s trying to grope. Obombie will be jealous. Ahmadman will make it up to Obama and tell him, how to rig the next election.
    Or maybe Obombi told Aahmadman how to do it. I will never forget Kundra (who fullfilled the newly created position at the WH for Obama’s personal IT secretary, when chuckeling, having to pause and recompose himself, when he first heard of the 9/11 bombing. We know the FBI released him back to the White House, but never heard anymore about his former colleagues who were arrested and charged by the FBI. Maybe Obama had those charges dismissed too.

  7. Alarmist says:

    The more Ahmadinejad speaks the more transparently unhinged the regime becomes. It reminds me of the doublespeak in “Animal Farm” and comical Ali’s declarations of victory during the Iraq invasion. Everything that Ahmadinejad said is the inversion of the truth, the Iranians know it, the world knows it, Ahmadinejad knows it! But I think he said more than he intended, “The beginning of the end of world arrogance…” If we invert that statement it’s the beginning of the end for the regime. And it is!

    I’m praying that the people of Tehran realize that they are fighting for their very lives! If the protests fail, the mad mullahs will lead the country into a catastrophic disaster.

    On the other hand, the protesters may have already succeeded. The regime has become illegitimate, blood is on their hands, and they’re close to a nuclear bomb. Israel’s choice has become clear and a strike will be much more reasonable in the eyes of the world

    “Beginning of the end” Indeed!

    • canary says:

      well, on the bright side, Ahmadinejad will be afraid to leave his castle. The Iran and American rendegades may have to render their next rendezvous in Iran. Ya know, I keep thinking about Jimmy Carter at the end of his Palenstine trip saying he’d be talking his Israel hatred to Obama in two days. Is pea nut working free for Obama. It can’t be easy for anti-Jewish Obama to find any obomie’s to do what Carter’s doing without causing American concern. What is Carter’s legal position under the current administration?

  8. canary says:

    Communist Frank Marshall Davis was Barrack Obama’s mentor while growing up in his teens in Hawaii.
    Obama usually visited him, when he was down, or in trouble. Mad at his grandparents, or such as after his mother chewed him out for drugs and lowering grades warning him he’d end up a good-time Charlie.
    Prehaps that is where Obama got his desire to also do poetry and write. And possibly got the many communist and marxist books he was always reading through the years. They certainly have helped him with empathy towards communist and tyrant leaders. His ideas of Hogu Chavez and the muslim world were ideas he didn’t dismiss, the one thing holding him back from undemocracy, which has done more harm to the world. Holding him back, was the torturing that might happen with that type of leadership. His mother spending her lifetime in international affairs in muslim countries also contributed to his anti-American
    anti-democratic idealism.
    an informal work on Obama’s friend and mentor

    Also, after all the ta do, over getting the D-Day facts wrong on his uncle, in the dreams he said his father never saw combat.
    But in the book Obama wrote for his campaign he tells of a speech he gave at an anti-war protest …,”I didn’t oppose all wars – that my grandfather had signed up for the war the day after Pearl Harbor was bombed and had fought in Patton’s army.”
    Oh and on Ronald Reagan he was bitter of – “the invasion of tiny, hapless Grenada. The more I studied nuclear arms policy, the more I found Star Wars to be ill conceived..” Barrak Obama

    • neocon mom says:

      And come fourth of July we’ll see (yikes) just where he comes down on missile defense.

      Something tells me he wasn’t studying nuclear arms policy (or any defense policy) from the expert standpoint of those who are actually responsible for our defense.

      At any rate, Obama is biting his tongue in order to legitimize this regime so he can negotiate with them over nukes. (Wonder how that’ll work out?)

      A-jad is emboldened to make such outrageous statements not only because he sees how weak Bamster is, but also because he knows he’ll have an audience with the world’s superpower no matter how badly he rigs the election and no matter what he does to the protesters.

  9. 12 Gauge Rage says:

    The Hitler of Iran is grinning like an ass as he extols the virtues of his regime, and the ‘fairness’ of the elective process. How does one say you’re full of **** in Farsi?

  10. Liberals Demise says:

    Pulled from the DNC book of Election Plundering ala Acorn/CIO.

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