Ahmadinejad: US 'empire' near collapse

Rick Moran
Allah calls him 'the little terrorist." We might call him something unprintable.

But there is no doubt that President Ahmadinejad is in his element when speaking before the UN General Assembly. You might recall a few years ago what he told a cleric on videotape about a "halo" suddenly appearing above his head during his first speech to the UN:

 "I felt the atmosphere suddenly change. And for those 27 or 28 minutes, the leaders of the world did not blink. . . . It seemed as if a hand was holding them there, and it opened their eyes to receive the message from the Islamic Republic."


M'kay, Mahmoud. Whatever you say. And Allah has this guy pegged perfectly:

Here's the transcript of his speech. Nine pages in all, composed in his trademark turgid "Up With People" meets "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" style. Literally the first four and a half pages of this turd are devoted to abstractions about peace, love, dignity, justice, and other types of sugar and spice that he likes to lard up his speeches with to make the poison go down more smoothly. See last year's UN speech for another example. As I said at the time, "He's forever threading the needle between ... psychopathic Islamist designs on Israel and the sort of squishy brotherhood nonsense that buys him legitimacy with the international community on which he depends."


And he always seems to find just the right words when bashing the US:

Iran's president addressed the U.N. General Assembly Tuesday declaring that "the American empire" is nearing collapse and should end its military involvement in other countries.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said terrorism is spreading quickly in Afghanistan while "the occupiers" are still in Iraq nearly six years after Saddam Hussein was ousted from power in Iraq.

"American empire in the world is reaching the end of its road, and its next rulers must limit their interference to their own borders," Ahmadinejad said.

He accused the U.S. of starting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to win votes in elections and blamed a "few bullying powers" for trying to undermine Iran's nuclear program



I think we should stop "bullying" Iran immediately and just bomb them and be done with it. Perhaps then the little twerp will see how close we are to the "end of the road."

Because if we're there, then Iran is already off the cliff.
Allah calls him 'the little terrorist." We might call him something unprintable.

But there is no doubt that President Ahmadinejad is in his element when speaking before the UN General Assembly. You might recall a few years ago what he told a cleric on videotape about a "halo" suddenly appearing above his head during his first speech to the UN:

 "I felt the atmosphere suddenly change. And for those 27 or 28 minutes, the leaders of the world did not blink. . . . It seemed as if a hand was holding them there, and it opened their eyes to receive the message from the Islamic Republic."


M'kay, Mahmoud. Whatever you say. And Allah has this guy pegged perfectly:

Here's the transcript of his speech. Nine pages in all, composed in his trademark turgid "Up With People" meets "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" style. Literally the first four and a half pages of this turd are devoted to abstractions about peace, love, dignity, justice, and other types of sugar and spice that he likes to lard up his speeches with to make the poison go down more smoothly. See last year's UN speech for another example. As I said at the time, "He's forever threading the needle between ... psychopathic Islamist designs on Israel and the sort of squishy brotherhood nonsense that buys him legitimacy with the international community on which he depends."


And he always seems to find just the right words when bashing the US:

Iran's president addressed the U.N. General Assembly Tuesday declaring that "the American empire" is nearing collapse and should end its military involvement in other countries.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said terrorism is spreading quickly in Afghanistan while "the occupiers" are still in Iraq nearly six years after Saddam Hussein was ousted from power in Iraq.

"American empire in the world is reaching the end of its road, and its next rulers must limit their interference to their own borders," Ahmadinejad said.

He accused the U.S. of starting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to win votes in elections and blamed a "few bullying powers" for trying to undermine Iran's nuclear program



I think we should stop "bullying" Iran immediately and just bomb them and be done with it. Perhaps then the little twerp will see how close we are to the "end of the road."

Because if we're there, then Iran is already off the cliff.