Friday, August 17, 2012

Ahmadinejad Rants and Raves

Nadene Goldfoot
Ahmadinejad is beating the wardrums against Israel again just like he has been since at least 2005.  Before that it was Khamenei that called Israel a "cancerous tumor" that must be wiped out.  .  Evidently the scuttlebut about Israel's possible attack is making Ahmadinejad  nervous.

It is his rantings that are causing Israel to take a defensive stand and the development of Iran's nuclear power being almost completed, so he's bringing on the problems to himself this way.  I think he wants trouble.  Israel has reason to believe that Iran is bent on their genocide.  Since genocide was already used on the Jewish people taking 6 million of them, it is no wonder that Israel would be sensitive to this country's rantings, a country who sided with the Nazis.

Friday "Ahmadinejad spoke to an anti-Israel protest in Tehran and told the audience of worshippers at Tehran University after nationwide pro-Palestinian rallies  that the Jewish state was a "cancerous tumor that will soon be excised. "  This was in his Quds (Jerusalem Day) address, threatening Israel with the takeover of Jerusalem this way.  He continued to threaten Israel by saying that the nations of the region would soon finish off Israel and that then there would be no trace of Americans and Zionists.  What?  This sounds like a direct threat of using atomic weaponry.

He said that Israel's existence is an insult to all humanity.    He called Israel "a corrupt, anti-human organized minority group standing up to all divine values."  Then again he spoke with  vitriolic incrimination with a  black and white scarf Palestinians wear around their neck.  "Today, confronting the existence of the fabricated Zionist regime is in fact protecting the rights and dignity of all human beings",  Ahmadinejad told the people that Israel was the Westerner's tool to dominate them.

He went on to blame Jews for triggering World Wars I and II and of taking over control over world affairs and had become dominant over the US government.  They just lay it all on Israel's lap. This comes from Iran's leadership that denies the Holocaust's occurrence.   Even the US National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor thought his comments were "hateful and divisive."  Vincent Floreani , French deputy foreign ministry spokesman firmly condemn these outrageous and unacceptable statements and backed Israel's right to live in peace.

They set US and Israeli flags on fire and chanted their death mantras of "Death to the US" and "Death to Israel" during the rally.

All this talk makes one wonder about the sanctions that are supposed to turn Iran around.  I'm afraid there are forces stronger than sanctions that are in control here, keeping Iran impenetrable to the forces of peaceful living.

Resource: interview of Iranian lady in Tehran by Israel TV. 

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