Tuesday, July 29, 2008

'The Big Powers Are Going Down'

Another absurd claim from the hairy munchkin.
Iran's president on Tuesday blamed the U.S. and other "big powers" for global ills such as nuclear proliferation and AIDS, and accused them of exploiting the U.N. for their own gain and the developing world's loss.

But, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said, time was on the poor countries' side.

"The big powers are going down," Ahmadinejad told foreign ministers of the Nonaligned Movement meeting in Tehran. "They have come to the end of their power, and the world is on the verge of entering a new, promising era."

The more than 100-member NAM is made up of such diverse members as communist Cuba, Jamaica and India and depicts itself as bloc-free. But most members share a critical view of the U.S and the developed world in general.
No doubt most Democrats agree with him. They hate that America is a powerful country.

Why, it was just yesterday House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was welcoming statements from Ahmadinejad. I wonder why she'll have to say today?

Meanwhile, the psychotic dwarf revealed that he spoke with a presidential candidate last year.


Speaking of useful idiots, prominent Democrat Noam Chomsky adds some more America-bashing.
However, the influential American philosopher and author, Noam Chomsky, has a different view.

“I do not think the difference between participation and listening is a diplomatic quibble,” Chomsky told the Mehr News Agency in a recent interview.

“The Bush administration is under severe international and domestic pressure to rein in its radical extremism, which has led to catastrophes everywhere, and might bring about even worse ones” the American lecturer noted.
Take a breath, dude.

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