Friday, September 24, 2010

Ahmadinejad Tells U.N. Most Blame U.S. Government for 9/11 While US Official Perps Exit Stage Right

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addresses the 65th United Nations General Assembly
at U.N. headquarters in New York, September 23, 2010

If only the rest of the world's political mafia would admit to what they really know about 9/11, but then who wants to admit complicity in covering-up the crime of the century that yields so much power and wealth to a select few?

Plus, most dossiers on these power managers of state would surely show them in various states of undress in the wrong situations with their proclivity in playing with the wrong person, animal or vegetable suitable for the censored section of craigslist. Nothing will end a politician's career quicker than being found in a hotel room, naked, with either a dead girl or a live boy.

If a white European leader took this same stance on 9/11 at the U.N. instead of the current demonization from the framed Axis of Evil, then we might get somewhere within the controlled corporate media... depending on the protestations of USrael.

Open highly paid mouth, insert foot:

"Zakaria: I think it has time. I think the biggest mistake we could make is to inflate the importance of Ahmadinejad, to inflate the importance of Iran, inflate the importance of this issue.

Iran is a problem. It is a regional power on a path which might end up with its acquisition of nuclear weapons. This is not an imminent threat to the Unites States certainly, and I don't believe it's an imminent threat to Israel.

The reality is that Israel has a very strong nuclear deterrent, probably 200 to 250 nuclear weapons."

How soon will it be before he backtracks, apologizes or looses his job for that Freudian slip?

(Reuters) - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the United Nations Thursday most people believe the U.S. government was behind the attacks of September 11, 2001, prompting the U.S. delegation to leave the hall in protest.

Addressing the General Assembly, he said it was mostly U.S. government officials and statesmen who believed al Qaeda Islamist militants carried out the suicide hijacking attacks that brought down New York's World Trade Center and hit the Pentagon.

Another theory, he said, was "that some segments within the U.S. government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy, and its grips on the Middle East, in order to save the Zionist regime." Ahmadinejad usually refers to Israel as the "Zionist regime."

"The majority of the American people as well as most nations and politicians around the world agree with this view," Ahmadinejad told the 192-nation assembly, calling on the United Nations to establish "an independent fact-finding group" to look into the events of September 11.

As in past years, the U.S. delegation walked out during Ahmadinejad's speech. It was joined by all 27 European Union delegations and several others, one Western diplomat said.

Mark Kornblau, spokesman for the U.S. mission to the United Nations, reacted before Ahmadinejad finished speaking.

"Rather than representing the aspirations and goodwill of the Iranian people, Mr. Ahmadinejad has yet again chosen to spout vile conspiracy theories and anti-Semitic slurs that are as abhorrent and delusional as they are predictable," he said.

Ahmadinejad raised a third theory about the attacks, saying: "It was carried out by a terrorist group, but that the American government supported and took advantage of the situation. Apparently this viewpoint has fewer proponents."

He said the main evidence for that theory was "a few passports found in the huge volume of rubble and a video of an individual whose place of domicile was unknown but it was announced that he had been involved in oil deals with some American officials."

"It was also covered up and said that due to the explosion and fire no trace of suicide attackers was found," he added.

Similar to past years, the Iranian president used the General Assembly podium to attack Iran's other arch foe, Israel, and to defend the right of his country to a nuclear program that Western powers fear is aimed at developing arms.

"This regime (Israel), which enjoys the absolute support of some western countries, regularly threatens the countries in the region and continues publicly announced assassination of Palestinian figures and others, while Palestinian defenders ... are labeled as terrorists and anti-Semites," he said.

"All values, even the freedom of expression, in Europe and the United States are being sacrificed at the altar of Zionism," Ahmadinejad said.

The Iranian president has previously raised doubts about the Holocaust of the Jews in World War Two and said Israel had no right to exist.

Tehran has been hit with four rounds of U.N. sanctions for refusing to halt its nuclear enrichment program. U.S. President Barack Obama earlier told the assembly that the door to diplomacy was still open for Iran, but it needed to prove its atomic program is peaceful, as it says it is.

Wednesday, foreign ministers from the five permanent U.N. Security Council members and Germany said they hoped for a negotiated solution to the standoff with Tehran.

Ahmadinejad criticized the Security Council for imposing sanctions on his country, saying the penalties were "destroying the remaining credibility" of the 15-nation body.


Though I watched the entire 35-minute speech by Ahmenijad, he stated the case quite well (which was around 9:05-13:52, so close to 9:11 - hmmm). Watch it for yourselves. So then, the U.S. delegation (and a handful of certain other unidentified delegations) could not take the heat on this topic - as well as his discussion about Israeli occupation of Palestine - so they walked out of the UN kitchen - as if their childish petulance and arrogance would make the quite valid questions he raised go away. The Israeli delegation was conspicuously not even in the building (allegedly because Wednesday was a Jewish holiday though the Jewish Sabbath is on Friday and not Wednesday). Little or entirely unnoticed was the fact that while Hillary Clinton was present during Barack Obama's morning speech, she was nowhere in sight during the entirety of the Ahmenijad speech.

Ahmenijad even invited 9/11 scholars and researchers from all nations to attend a conference in Iran. But as I would point out, the 9/11 truth movement should not provide an opportunity to Tel Aviv and Washington to wipe us all out with one well-placed bomb. Perhaps it would be best if the conference could be convened in a 'neutral' European country - like say Switzerland. And the national 9/11 truth movement should definitely be part of a U.S. delegation - even hopefully with some progressive elements representing the antiwar movement.


  1. HaHa . . . you have to love the US crooks making for the exit, knowing that the jig is up!

  2. When WILL the World Wake Up? MORE importantly, the People of the U.S.?


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