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Ahmadinejad Wants New World Order

From Iran’s Press TV:

Ahmadinejad stresses need for a new world order

Tue, 16 Jun 2009

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls for the creation of a new world order in dealing with the many challenges arising in the international political arena.

"What we need now is a dramatic change in world political thought," said President Ahmadinejad in a Tuesday address to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Moscow.

"Western-style capitalism is falling apart, marking the end of the age of Imperialism," he added.

Ahmadinejad said the new world order should be less US-centric. "Washington’s many political and economic woes show that its judgment can no longer be trusted," he explained.

Iran’s Friday election saw Ahmadinejad win 24.5 million of the votes — nearly 62 percent.

Ahmadinejad’s main rival, Mir-Hossein Moussavi, came second with 13.2 million votes, followed by Mohsen Rezaei with more than 630 thousand votes and Mehdi Karroubi with 320 thousand votes.

Maybe Mr. Ahmadinejad is the new Mikhail Gorbachev.

By the way, the highly trustworthy Press TV is also reporting:

A video grab from Press-TV satellite television showing supporters of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad rallying in Vali-Asr Square, Tehran, Jun. 16.

Ahmadinejad supporters hold unity rally

Tue, 16 Jun 2009

Hundreds of thousands of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s supporters gather in a central Tehran square to call for unity and respect for the people’s vote.

The ralliers met once again at Valli-Asr Square, where they had gathered on Sunday to celebrate the results of the country’s Friday elections with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who according to figures released by the interior ministry won a second term in office with 63 percent of the votes.

This time however, the president will not be among them as he is on a visit to Russia to take part in the Shanghai Cooperation Council summit.

The pro-Ahmadinejad demonstrators came together at Valli-Asr square just a day after supporters of former premier Mir-Hossein Mousavi rallied elsewhere in central Tehran.
Mir-Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi who ran against president Ahmadinejad have not accepted the election results.

Mousavi, who has called for an annulment, submitted his complaint to the Guardian Council along with the fourth defeated candidate Mohsen Rezaei.

The Guardian Council, which is in charge of supervising elections in Iran, has responded to the requests on Tuesday by announcing that it is ready for a partial recount in the presence of candidate representatives.

According to the announcement, votes of disputed ballot boxes would be counted again.

Press TV’s correspondent Homa Lezgi who was at the scene of Tuesday’s rally reported that Moussavi’s supporters had also gathered at the square a few hours ago, but moved on up Valli-Asr street toward Vanak square.

The pro-Ahmadinejad ralliers were chanting slogans in support of the president, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, while inviting supporters of Mousavi to national unity by chanting, "we are of the same nation", she added.

They also carried banners which read "no one should question the 40 million votes of the Iranian nation nor doubt their decision".

Former parliament speaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel addressed the crowd, urging Mousavi to accept defeat. He also said that the election should not divide the people.

Lezgi who later reported from Vanak square said that the gathering of Mousavi’s supporters had also turned into a massive rally.

She added that the demonstrators, who were carrying green banners of the Mousavi campaign, were calm, as their chosen candidate had requested.

Mousavi however cancelled a planned demonstration on Tuesday warning his of what he called "a trap of planned clashes."

Pay no attention to all the green in that screen grab of the Ahmadinejad supporters.

This article was posted by Steve on Tuesday, June 16th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

18 Responses to “Ahmadinejad Wants New World Order”

  1. Howard Roark says:

    Maybe Mr. Ahmadinejad is the new Mikhail Gorbachev.

    Yes, complete with his version of Prestroika and Glasnost: Kill all Jews, and convert or die.

    • JohnMG says:

      …..”Maybe Mr. Ahmadinejad is the new Mikhail Gorbachev…..”

      Not quite. What he’s missing is a red .50 caliber birth mark on his head.

  2. tranquil.night says:

    Must See Video on Iran Revolution Thus Far (graphic): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3er0fleyg6A&feature=player_embedded
    More Amazing Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fhashemi/

    Ahmadi is said to have fled the country for this trip and Iran’s #2 Ayatollah might be quietly siding with the opposition; it must be understood that President Ahmadinejad has been completely discredited, so the fact that he was welcomed at the new SCO was a troubling development amidst all this, but again not surprising – knowing Obama, he’ll probably support all of this. Again, we’re starting to hit this at a fundamental level, which I think probably means we’re less than weeks away from a major showdown. Rush has called this from day negative one. In 6 months we have been made a complete laughing stock and now our historic enemies are plotting against us.

    Up until now this has been surreal and perceptibly reversible but I’m starting to get scared now.

    • tranquil.night says:

      SG that Press TV report is chilling in how false it is and in the implications of what the MSM might end up reporting despite the fact that they know it’s not what’s going on. That can’t happen. They are literally trying to hide the truth to keep the world from seeing that freedom is literally leading a people to rise up peacefully – and die – to try make a statement that their radical government doesn’t speak for them. The effort being put forth here is nothing less than heroic and many – many – of the original Twitter reporters are missing and/or dead. They were tracked and they knew it. If the MSM isn’t going to report this then all I have to say is they better not spread the lies of any brutal statist/tyranny supporting media outlet. Oh wait, that’s an oxymoron.

    • tranquil.night says:

      ‘Legitimate’ President Ahmadinejad is out there with the SCO talking about a NWO without the United States, Merkel is demanding international pressure in response to the election, and Gibbs is still clinging to this need to respect Iranian sovereignty. Question Gibbs: what happens to this so-called Iranian sovereignty when Iran is part of the new Russia/China/North Korean bloc? This is.. so frustrating.. I gotta sign off for a bit and cool down heh.

  3. Liberals Demise says:

    The only order he will want is Israel and America on a burning stick ……. together!!

    “Meet the new boss………..same as the old boss”
    The Who

  4. proreason says:

    “Western-style capitalism is falling apart, marking the end of the age of Imperialism,” he added.

    The more I read about Akmahnutjob, the more I think Obamy is envious of him. He says exactly what the Moron would love to be able to say.

    • jobeth says:

      I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Obalmy didn’t have to clear what he finally said about the so called “elections” with “Akmahnutjob”. That’s probably why it took “The great I Won” so long to comment. “Akmahnutjob” was too preoccupied to get right back with him right away.

  5. BatK says:

    Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls for the creation of a new world order in dealing with the many challenges arising in the international political arena.

    “What we need now is a dramatic change in world political thought,” said President Ahmadinejad in a Tuesday address to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Moscow.

    All I know is that you won’t see me taking any marks on my hand or forehead

  6. beautyofreason says:

    “Western-style capitalism is falling apart, marking the end of the age of Imperialism,” he added.
    Ahmadinejad said the new world order should be less US-centric. “

    The Obama administration has all but assured the restriction of capitalism and the expansion of dictatorial governments in Iran, North Korea and Venezuela. Our new President is “above” being “all about America” (to quote Newsweek) and thus we get to reap what the liberal anti-Western morons sowed. In the liberal mind we are no longer a superpower but a checkpoint on the globalist, multiculturalist map with no backbone or unique culture whatsoever.

  7. Reality Bytes says:

    This boy’s gotta work on his Seig Heil. Hitler did it much better. Watch this:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3YRWhg4YaA

  8. texaspsue says:

    “Pay no attention to all the green in that screen grab of the Ahmadinejad supporters.”

    Sheesh! No kidding SG. (Thanks for posting the info BTW) I can’t believe that Iranian media is showing this photo as imanutjob supporters. Unbelievable. How Bagdad Bob of them. I guess they didn’t realize the real story was being reported via twitter, you tube and through the new media.

    The tweeters (?) on twitter were also helping the Iranians access outside proxy servers; providing sites to post pictures, etc. It was amazing to watch. The powers that be in Iran could not stop the truth from getting out, no matter how hard they tried!

    I got the link for these great photos from twitter: http://picasaweb.google.com/bahramks/RiotsInTehran#

    • tranquil.night says:

      I setup a proxy before I was shutdown after about an hour. My twitter is now [blocking] keywordspy_ and proxy12. Getting really hard to get any info out of there now. The hammer fell. Praying for them.

    • texaspsue says:

      Kewl, tranquil.night, too bad they shut it down.

      I’m praying for them too.

  9. canary says:

    “Western-style capitalism is falling apart, marking the end of the age of Imperialism,” he added.

    Sounds like Obama’s beliefs. Capitalism, colonialism, Imperialism are bad words.


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