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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Video: Ahmadinejad: US military commanders stopped Bush from attacking Iran

Following are excerpts from a speech by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, which aired on IRINN (the Iranian News Channel) on June 11, 2008.

Let's go to the videotape. A transcript follows.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: As you know, in the past 30 years – especially in the days of President Bush, but also under other U.S. presidents – they have really wanted to strike at Iran. This is especially true with regard to this man, who planned the attacks and went to Afghanistan and from there to Iraq, and who has declared that his third target is Iran. From the outset, his primary target was Iran. He planned to occupy eastern and western Iran, and then to strike at the Iranian people. I have accurate information that this cowardly man wants to strike at the Iranian people. Last year, he arrived in [the region] in order to encourage his military commanders to create some fuss or to fire some "cap gun" somewhere in Iran. We got accurate intelligence that he began to argue with his military commanders. First, he [demanded] a missile attack, and then a bombing, but they said it was impossible. So he kept lowering his demands until he said to them: "At least send four airplanes to break the sound barrier over some Iranian city, so I can tell the Zionists that I struck a blow at Iran." His commanders answered: "Impossible. You are not familiar with the might of the Iranian people." These commanders described such a frightening atmosphere that he hurried to leave Baghdad for Australia. He was running away. During his two-day visit to Australia, he could not express himself properly.


I would like to convey a message to him through you: "Your days have come to an end. With God's grace, you will not be able to harm even one centimeter of Iran's sacred land."


The Iranian people will not allow the enemies the pleasure of having their satanic smile of happiness.
It's sickening to watch how Ahmadinadinnerjacket ridicules the President of the United States. I'm embarrassed for America for being treated this way. It would be nice to go in there and pound the stuffing out of Ahmadinejad, wouldn't it?


At 5:56 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

A couple of bombs would certainly change their tune. The Iranians have had to pay no price for their extremism. I think its time to bring the bully to heel.


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