Thursday, September 23, 2010

Iranian government is embarrassing

Ahmedinejad gave a speech at the UN today and he suggested that maybe 9/11 was an inside job and that an independent investigation should be launched to determine who was really behind the attacks. The US and other western representatives walked out of the room!

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18 comments :

Anonymous said...

yeah he is but not nearly as embarassing as the stupid americans and atleast he hasnt invaded innocent countries and killed hundreds of thousands in iraq and afghanistan.

ill take nutso over murder anyday of the week.

Iraqi Mojo said...

I think the 3arab jarab have killed more innocent Iraqis than Americans have.

Dolly said...

How about the Furs jarab, have they killed more Eyerakeez or have the Americans killed more Eyerakeez.
Because the topic we're trying to decide is whether Ahmadi-Nejad is worse than your Assmerican friends.

Iraqi Mojo said...

The Fars jarab have not blown themselves up among Iraqi civilians and Iraqi security forces like the backward slimy salafi 3arab jarab have.

Iraqi Mojo said...

"Suicide bombings in Iraq since 2003 have killed thousands of people, mostly Iraqi civilians, and arguably constitute a new phenomenon in the history of warfare. Suicide bombings have been used as a tactic in other armed struggles, but their frequency and lethality in Iraq is unprecedented.[1]

A 2005 Human Rights Watch report analysed the insurgency in Iraq and highlighted, "The groups that are most responsible for the abuse, namely al-Qaeda in Iraq and its allies, Ansar al-Sunna and the Islamic State of Iraq, have all targeted civilians for abductions and executions. The first two groups have repeatedly boasted about massive car bombs and suicide bombs in mosques, markets, bus stations and other civilian areas. Such acts are war crimes and in some cases may constitute crimes against humanity, which are defined as serious crimes committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack against a civilian population."[2]

A 2008 RAND Research Brief Counterinsurgency in Iraq: 2003 - 2006 depicts a chart that shows in June and July 2004, Iraqi insurgents began to shift their focus away from attacking U.S. and coalition forces with roadside bombs and instead began targeting the Iraqi population with suicide bombers and vehicle-borne IEDs. By increasing the number of suicide bombings against civilians and accepting their targeting in retribution, the insurgents sought to expose the weakness of the coalition-Iraqi security and reconstruction apparatus, threaten those who collaborated with the government, generate funds and propaganda, and increasingly enact sectarian revenge. The U.S. failure to adapt to this shift had dramatic consequences. By June 2004, U.S. deaths represented less than 10% of overall deaths on the battlefield and Iraqi deaths represented more than 90% - a figure that remained constant for the next 18 months of the War."

Dolly said...

I would just like to remind you that you will soon be assaulted for being Middle Eastern, irrespective of the amount of sucking up you do on this website.

So, you are basically saying that Eichmann-Ajad has not killed your people to the degree that the U.S. has. I think you might be right there.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Do you think I've ignored the mistakes and crimes Americans have committed in Iraq?

Read: collateral damage.

Soon I will be assaulted for being Middle Eastern? LOL

Dolly said...

Eichmann Ajad without a beard http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/7488/97295694.jpg

Dolly said...

"Mistake" is not a very good description for a deliberate crime. It sounds like it was only a "mistake" due to the strategic losses of the criminal.


Tony Blair basically said in his recent interviews: "I didn't know the islamic radicals had so many people."

He was basically hoping to murder about 100,000 people and khalas.

Dolly said...

Yes, you whitewash all American crimes in Iraq which are enormous, only because the resident jew here C.H. doesn't accept that the U.S. can be criminal.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Would this be an example of whitewashing American crimes?

"I'm glad prosecutors want the death penalty in this case. While the US seeks to punish Americans who rape and murder Iraqis (which doesn't happen often), Al Qaeda continues to mass murder Iraqis on a daily basis without punishment."

It seems difficult for the wahhabi scum of earth to acknowledge that wahhabi-minded 3arab jarab have killed many more innocent Iraqis than Americans have. Why is that difficult, Dolly? You're not even Arab.

Dolly said...

http://img801.imageshack.us/img801/6875/dmanwalking.jpg

Aton said...

oh no, C.H. is Jewish...LOL

C.H. said...

Yet another terrific accomplishment from the UN...

On their list of "millenium goals", they can now check off "Promote a fraudulent jackass who threatens Jews, spit in the face of the Iranian people, and make a mockery out of democracy for the third time in just over a year". Wonderful! Ban is really on a role...This UN accomplishment will be placed beside:

-Raping little girls in the Congo
-Standing aside as rebel militias burn down villages while raping and murdering whoever they want, also in the Congo
-The genocidal oil for food program
-"Containing" Saddam Hussein while his henchmen murder third-world nobodies
-Running away during the Rwandan genocide as a million defenseless people were hacked to death with machetes
-Running away in Somalia
-Ignoring Darfur

Yeah...this place just whips up one miracle after another. Its definitely worth the bill the US foots for hosting it every year.

ummahzy said...

people walked out
but
people also applauded

Aton said...

"people also applauded'
the freaks...

Iraqi Mojo said...

"people also applauded"

Were they Muslims? How embarrassing.

Bruno said...

I don't find Ahmadhinejad's claims about 9-11 any more outlandish than American claims of Iraqi WMD. In fact, there are lots of Americans that believe 911 was an inside job. The difference being, of course, that lies about Iraq got hundreds of thousands of Iraqis killed, and Ahmadhinejad's comments are merely a talking point.