16 September, 2008

Iranian President Ahmadinejad to Visit N.Y.C.

Posted by Socrates in Iran, Israel, Israel - the facts, Socrates, Zionism at 10:45 pm | Permanent Link

Oy, the controversy. He will speak at the UN on Sept. 23, 2008. Last year, U.S. officials walked out of the UN assembly just before Ahmadinejad’s speech, which seems appropriate since America and Israel are joined at the hip:

[Article].

What Ahmadinejad really said about Israel: [Here].


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  7. 9 Responses to “Iranian President Ahmadinejad to Visit N.Y.C.”

    1. Howdy Doody Says:

      http://www.ussliberty.org

    2. Stan Says:

      I can’t wait until he visits. I look forward to his no-nonsense, truthful observations of international and americkwan insanity, and his thoughtful perspective. It is a shame when I have to look for an intelligent leader outside of my country’s politically retarded representatives.

      And he really pisses off the kikes too.

    3. 2050 Says:

      And the big shot talking head ‘news’ reporters are probably lined up to “interview” him. The whole time as usual they keep rephrasing the same question over and over to try and get a damning soundbite to show how mean he is.
      BTW, you’d think the anti-bush crowd would really like him and play up his PHD smarts against the pres they love to call dumb.

    4. exalted grand-master oberführer double diamond jim! Says:

      VNN “forum” is “down” (yet) agin’!

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    5. exalted grand-master oberführer double diamond jim! Says:

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    6. Zarathustra Says:

      Dr. Ahmadinejad has a PhD in Civil Engineering. Bush was a male cheerleader in college. Dr. Ahmadinejad is an intelligent and civilized man who is respected by billions of people around the world. Bush was a male cheerleader in college.

    7. Andrei Yustschinsky Says:

      “Dr. Ahmadinejad has a PhD in Civil Engineering. Bush was a male cheerleader in college. Dr. Ahmadinejad is an intelligent and civilized man who is respected by billions of people around the world. Bush was a male cheerleader in college”…..Zarathustra
      Great quote on Dr Ahmadinejad & that male cheerleader in the “White” House. If there are no homosexuals in Iran then i guess “our” cheerleader-in-chief wouldn’t be able to reside there, huh….
      Check the gay sports link here….
      Lesbian football, homosexual cheerleaders, you name it, it’s all here…
      http://www.gaysports.com/page.cfm?sectionid=40&parent=14

    8. Andrei Yustschinsky Says:

      http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/09/17/clinton-blindsided-palin/ Original Article….

      Former First “Female” Clinton Cancels anti-Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Rally Appearance After Learning Rapture Bunny Palin Invited

      by FUXNews.com
      Wednesday, September 17, 2008
      by Andrei Yustschinsky, SRS (Senior Rally Specialist)

      Former first “female” Hillary Clinton has pulled out of an appearance at a New York rally next week to protest Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad because she doesn’t want to be seen alongside Republican vice presidential rapture bunny candidate Sarah Palin in a “partisan” event, her aides say.

      Several American Jewish groups plan a major rally outside the United Nations on Monday. Clinton had initially accepted an invitation to join, but her controllers objected when they learned Clinton’s alter-ego rapture bunny-version Palin will also be part of the rally. The Alaska governor is also expected to meet with several very foreign ministers during the U.N.’s opening General Assembly session.

      “[Palin’s] attendance was “news” to us, and this was never billed to us as a partisan political event,” Clinton Jewish spokesman Philippe Reines said Wednesday. “Sen. Clinton will therefore not be attending.”

      A spokeswoman for John McCain’s presidential campaign said Palin still plans to attend, despite the perceived slight.

      “Governor Palin believes that the danger of a nuclear Iran is greater than party or politics. She hopes that all parties can rally together in opposition to this grave threat,” said spokeswoman Tracey Schmitt.

      McCain Jewish spokesman Michael Goldfarb released a statement criticizing Clinton for withdrawing, “presumably at the behest of the Obama campaign,” and called on the cripto-Muslim Obama to attend.

      “This issue is too important to fall victim to partisan politics. Instead of pressuring the forner first “female” Clinton to withdraw and pressuring the event’s organizers to disinvite Governor Palin, we hope Senator Obama will consider lending his own voice to this cause,” he said.

      The rally is being hosted by several Jew groups, including the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the National Coalition to Stop Iran Now, United Jewish Communities and the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York.

      Both McCain and Barack Obama have made strong appeals (asshole kissing) to Jewish voters, particularly in critical states like Florida. Obama has emphasized to Jew audiences his commitment to Israel’s security, and he has worked to dispel doubts created by “false rumors” that he is Muslim.

      Clinton, a New York senator and former Democratic presidential candidate, has generally been supported by American Jews. But Micah Halperin, a Middle East expert and syndicated columnist, said it is “problematic” that she decided to back out.

      Halperin, who is an Ashkenazi Jew and called Clinton “a far better candidate” for Democrats (code word for Jews) than Obama, suggested that her actions could backfire on the Democratic (Jewish) ticket.

      “Jews traditionally vote Democratic, and if a major Democratic leader does not join in the fight against Iran, where are those voters going to go?” he asked. “It’s problematic from the very point of view that says you have a national political leader who fundamentally is choosing not to stand up against Ahmadinejad.

      “It changes my view of [Clinton’s] wisdom, of her ability to take a situation, analyze it and come out on the right side, and that is deeply troubling to almost every voter (Jewish voter) in America, “not just” Jewish voters,” Halperin said, adding that Clinton’s move “is the kind of thing” that could tip voters toward McCain.

      FUX News contributor and National Marxist Radio correspondent negro Juan Williams said Clinton, whose presidential aspirations are far from over, wants to campaign for Obama but does not want to challenge Palin because it would hurt her standing with white, working-class women.

      “I think the big bump that McCain has gotten since the convention has been with white, working-class women, the older women especially who were the core of Hillary Clinton support,” Williams said.

      He added that Bill and Hillary Clinton are glad to support Obama, but they don’t want to take on Palin because “it would be shooting down” the ticket.

      “A lot of people think that it just invites comparisons between Palin and Obama on the experience issue, and that doesn’t benefit Obama,” the negro Williams said.

      Palin is scheduled to meet several Zionist foreign ministers while she is in New York. Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. prince clown John Bolton said the decision to send Palin to the U.N. was “an excellent idea” by the McCain campaign. He said Palin can now use the opportunity to enhance her foreign policy credentials by supporting McCain in a coming war with Iran and add to her debate Preparation H against Democratic vice presidential nominee, plagiarist and another shabbos goy Joe Biden. That debate is scheduled for Oct. 2 in St. Louis.

      “Now in the debate with Senator Biden, Governor Palin will be able to say, ‘Well I was discussing with foreign minister X just a few weeks ago,’ and then go from there,” Bolton said. “She doesn’t really have to go beyond where Senator McCain has already traveled, but it’s a good way to say, as they do in “diplomatic” circle jerks, ‘to exchange views (swap cum).’ I just think she ought to be herself and listen attentively and it will go fine.”

      FUX News’ Andrei Yustschinsky and The Associated Pricks contributed to this report.

    9. Socrates Says:

      Carpenter: you don’t seem to be able to grasp reality: you are permanently banned from posting here. Go away, troll.