Thursday, February 28, 2008

Ahmadinejad declares Iran is #1

The little dictator in the ill fitting leisure suit has declared Iran as the #1 power in the world.
"Everybody has understood that Iran is the number one power in the world," Ahmadinejad said in a speech to families who lost loved ones in the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war.

"Today the name of Iran means a firm punch in the teeth of the powerful and it puts them in their place," added Ahmadinejad, who on Sunday will become the first president of the Islamic republic to visit neighbouring Iraq.

Okay little man whatever you say. Of course given his successes against the British navy and his ability to continue moving forward with his nuclear weapons program he really has effectively given a "firm punch in the teeth of the powerful".
"Today the message of your revolution is being heard in South America, East Asia, in the heart of Europe and even in the United States itself," he said.

Ahmadinejad said he talked with people everywhere he travelled in the world and "it is like I am in district 17 in Tehran", referring to the low-income area in the south of the Iranian capital where he was giving his speech.

"I have been to most parts of the world. I read the news every day. Every day I speak to different figures from different countries and have meetings with them," he commented.

The revolution he is speaking of is the revolution which overthrew the Shah in 1979, dubbed "The Islamic Revolution". All of those areas he mentioned suffer almost daily terrorist attacks and killing of their citizens by the growing Muslim minorities in their midst, whom of course conduct violence in the name of religion and then demand concessions to their "culture" to, of course grant them better ability to continue carrying out more attacks.
Tell you what Dinner Jacket, when you can brag about putting a man on the moon, curing some devastating disease, or marshaling the resources in your command to provide some widespread humanitarian relief such as the US has done in Indonesia give me a call and we will talk about this #1 ranking. By the way how is the recovery going for the earthquake stricken city of Bam?

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