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« Reply #30 on: August 15, 2008, 12:35:36 AM »

ImAnutJob in new Israel tirade before Turkey trip

Wed Aug 13, 2:27 PM ET

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad launched a fresh verbal attack on Israel on Wednesday on the eve of a visit to Israel's close ally Turkey, saying Western countries should not support the Jewish state.
The comments highlight the difficult path which Turkey, a member of NATO, must follow during the two-day visit which reflects its desire to remain on good terms with its neighbor and secure future energy needs.

"Western countries should not support them (Israel) so much. The life of this regime has come to an end," Ahmadinejad said in comments translated into Turkish in a live interview broadcast by Turkey's NTV and CNN Turk channels.

"Our position is clear on this issue. A referendum should take place in Palestine. If they withdraw from invaded lands it would be a good step," he said.

Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan have come under criticism at home and abroad for inviting Ahmadinejad.

Ankara has said his visit was necessary given a standoff between Iran and the West over Tehran's disputed nuclear enrichment program, but analysts said the visit was more about ensuring centuries-old ties during a period of global tensions.

Ahmadinejad said the talks on Iran's nuclear program were on a "good path."

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« Reply #31 on: August 15, 2008, 12:40:10 AM »


I wonder if ImAnutJob was there to see if Turkey would be so kind as to allow Russia to move through Turkey from Georgia unhindered??

I don't think it's a fresh verbal attack. It sounds like the same old gum-flapping from ImAnutJob. He is probably feeling sort of left out with everything else going on right now. Poor, poor ImAnutJob.
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« Reply #32 on: August 24, 2008, 10:16:19 PM »

Iran's ImaNutJob in new verbal attack on Israel
Sunday, 24 August 2008

ImageTEHRAN (AFP) Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad renewed his verbal attacks on arch-foe Israel on Saturday, accusing it of dragging the world into turmoil and predicting its demise.

"About 2,000 organised Zionists and 7,000 to 8,000 agents of Zionism have dragged the world into turmoil," Ahmadinejad told a rally in the central Iranian city of Arak carried live on state television.

He said that if the West does not restrain Zionism, "the powerful hand of the nations will clean these sources of corruption from the face of the earth," without specifying which nations.

Iran does not recognise the Jewish state and Ahmadinejad has drawn international condemnation by repeatedly saying since his election in 2005 that Israel is doomed to disappear.

Last month Vice President Esfandiar Rahim Mashaie triggered controversy and calls for his resignation when he said Iranians are "friends with Israelis."

Israel, the Middle East's sole if undeclared nuclear power, accuses Iran of seeking atomic weapons and wants tougher sanctions against the Islamic republic to make it halt its controversial nuclear programme.

Iran insists that its nuclear ambitions are purely peaceful and aimed at meeting the country's growing energy needs.

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Well, God is going to guarantee ImaNutJob is not going to like Gog/Magog. He is so blind. If he would only allow himself to know the truth!
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« Reply #33 on: August 25, 2008, 11:01:07 PM »

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ImageTEHRAN (AFP) Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad renewed his verbal attacks on arch-foe Israel on Saturday, accusing it of dragging the world into turmoil and predicting its demise.

"About 2,000 organised Zionists and 7,000 to 8,000 agents of Zionism have dragged the world into turmoil," Ahmadinejad told a rally in the central Iranian city of Arak carried live on state television.

Statements like the above from morons fascinate me. The Jews have been accused throughout history for all kinds of things they had nothing to do with. They just want to live and be left alone, but Christians should know this isn't going to happen until after the SECOND COMING OF CHRIST.

If you really think about this, nothing makes sense. Israel is TINY in land area and population. Their enemies are HUGE in land area and population. Just think about the excuses given throughout history in attacking them. We all know about their problems in rejecting CHRIST, but what have they done to have problems with men? It appears their only offense is not laying down and letting others enslave or kill them without resistance. Otherwise, what kind of problems do the Jews cause? I'm not suggesting they are perfect. As Christians, we should know that Israel's problem is with GOD. They have disobeyed GOD and rejected CHRIST. This is why Israel has so many problems.

Brothers and Sisters, what would things be like if GOD dealt as harshly with other disobedient nations? The other nations will find out soon. There is a difference between Israel and the other nations:  GOD has made promises to Israel that Will Be Kept - AND Israel Will Be Restored! WHY? GOD made promises to Israel in ancient days, and JESUS CHRIST HIMSELF is the anointed KING OF ISRAEL! The world can doubt all they want, but this is the TRUTH! Nothing will be able to prevent JESUS CHRIST from taking HIS Throne in Jerusalem. Sadly, many Christians don't understand this or they don't accept it. CHRIST WILL NOT BE DENIED WHAT IS HIS - AND ISRAEL WILL BE RESTORED!

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« Reply #34 on: December 25, 2008, 10:36:10 PM »

ImAnutJob show 'causes offence'
Thursday, 25 December 2008

Allowing Iran's president to deliver Channel 4's Alternative Christmas Message will cause "international offence", the UK government has said.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was shown telling viewers of the British TV channel "the general will of nations" was for a return to "human values".

The decision angered some MPs, who branded him a "dangerous fanatic" with anti-Semitic and anti-gay views.

Channel 4 said it had offered viewers an "alternative world view".

The speech, in Farsi with English subtitles, was the channel's 16th alternative message and was shown after a brief introduction to Mr Ahmadinejad contextualising his views.

In it, Mr Ahmadinejad congratulated the people of Britain on the anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ.

He said that problems in society were rooted in the rejection of the message of the prophets of God, including Jesus.

And he criticised the "indifference of some governments and powers" towards the teachings of "the divine prophets".

However, a Foreign and Commonwealth Office spokeswoman said: "President Ahmadinejad has during his time in office made a series of appalling anti-Semitic statements.

"The British media are rightly free to make their own editorial choices, but this invitation will cause offence and bemusement not just at home but amongst friendly countries abroad."

Labour MP Louise Ellman, chairwoman of the Labour Jewish Movement, said: "I condemn Channel 4's decision to give an unchallenged platform to a dangerous fanatic who denies the Holocaust, while preparing for another, and claims homosexuality does not exist while his regime hangs gay young men from cranes in the street.

"Who will deliver next year's alternative Christmas message? Will it be David Irving or Robert Mugabe?"

Conservative MP Mark Pritchard, a member of the Commons all-party media group, said: "Channel 4 has given a platform to a man who wants to annihilate Israel and continues to persecute Christians at Christmas time.

"This raises serious questions about whether Channel 4 should receive an increased public subsidy for their programmes."

Israeli Ambassador Ron Prosor said: "In Iran, converts to Christianity face the death penalty.

"It is perverse that this despot is allowed to speculate on the views of Jesus, while his government leads Christ's followers to the gallows."

He said Channel 4's decision to broadcast the message was a "scandal and a national embarrassment" and in "its search for ratings and shock factor, Channel 4 had lost its ethical way".

Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell joined the attack, calling the president a "criminal despot, who ranks with Robert Mugabe, Omar al-Bashir of Sudan and the Burmese military junta as one of the world's most bloody tyrants".

'Enormously influential'

But Channel 4 defended its decision to broadcast the message.

Head of news and current affairs Dorothy Byrne said: "As the leader of one of the most powerful states in the Middle East, President Ahmadinejad's views are enormously influential.

"As we approach a critical time in international relations, we are offering our viewers an insight into an alternative world view."

A spokesman added: "Channel 4's role is to allow viewers to hear directly from people of world importance with sufficient context to enable them to make up their own minds."

He said the channel had not asked for increased public funding, rather an indirect subsidy to overcome a funding shortfall caused by the digital switchover.

Channel 4's first alternative message was delivered by gay icon Quentin Crisp in 1993.

Others to have given the broadcast include French actress Brigitte Bardot, former X Factor judge Sharon Osbourne and TV chef Jamie Oliver.

Last year's message was given by Sergeant Major Andrew Stockton, a British soldier who lost an arm fighting in Afghanistan.

Unlike previous years, the president's message was broadcast at night and not at the same time as the Queen's speech.

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Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.
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« Reply #35 on: December 27, 2008, 01:47:55 PM »

ImAnutJob squandered $140 billion

Iranian president's fiscal policies come under attack by opposition claiming he depleted Islamic Republic's reserve fund, meant to help needy
Gil Feiler, Doron Peskin

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's financial policies came under attack recently, as those opposing him within the Islamic Republic claimed that he has singlehandedly driven the country into financial ruin.

Several weeks ago, Ahmadinejad appeared before his parliament in order to defend his policies and announced that his government will allot the failing Iranian market a bailout plan, which will allow it, and the weaker socioeconomic classes, to get back on their feet.

The Iranian president's promises, however, proved empty. Earlier in the week, the reformist Iranian daily Saramiya reported that Ahmadinejad has depleted the Iranian reserve fund meant to aid the country's poor somewhat of a problem when you consider the fact that Ahmadinejad won his presidency based on campaign promises pledging to improve the low social echelons' status.

According to the report, Ahmadinejad has managed to "irresponsibly and illegally" squander $140 billion. The blame, added the report, lies with the continuous funding of projects is various Iranian provinces, which according to his criticizers is devoid of any financial logic, and demonstrates mainly fiscal foolery.

Moreover, many of the Iranians who voted him in office are feeling betrayed, faced with mounting financial distress. "Contrary to Ahmadinejad's claims, his policies have only increased poverty and hardship; and the financial gaps have widened since he came to power," said the report in Saramiya.

20 million Iranians living under poverty line

Hussein Ra'afer, advisor to the Iranian minister of Welfare and Social Security, was quoted as saying that according to the ministry's data, about a third of the Iranians 20 million people live under the poverty line, and the government "is not doing anything about the unemployment and drug problems."

Iran's inflation rate is also increasing rapidly, hitting 29.4% in September.

The social gaps are particularly evident between the country's north and it south: The south is mostly occupied by the Sunni minority, who live in poverty; while northern Iran is where the Shiite majority lives, and where wealth and luxury can be found. "It is as if there are two countries in Iran," said an Iranian analyst.

Financial experts in Iran are not oblivious to the crisis: earlier in December, a group of them sent a letter to Ahmadinejad in which they harshly criticized his financial policies. "The government's economic policies," said the letter, "is taking a heavy toll on a country in crisis."

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