Thursday, 24 September 2009

How dictators ought to be treated

If only the nations of the world would permanently treat Ahmadinejad and the Islamic Regime in this way. Frankly, it is the only way to deal with fascists:

The German delegate leaves


Ahmadinejad gives a speech to a mostly empty room



The French delegate is nowhere to be seen


The Canadian delegates leave


The American delegate has left


The more people around the world that refuse to interact with the Islamic Republic, the better. By listening to his speech, the remaining delegates were validating his despotic regime, and were also choosing to believe that he is the Iranian people's chosen ambassador. Shame on them for supporting the barbaric Regime over the people of Iran.

Comments are most welcome

7 comments:

  1. umm....Iran's President is ELECTED. just because you don't like him doesnt mean you have to lie about the man and about Iran.

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  2. I wonder how many people were there for Netanyahu's speech.

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  3. Anonymous #1:

    http://tinyurl.com/y9gcwqx

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  4. Whilst I completely agree with what the delegates of some countries did, I would like to bring forward an argument relating to the UN, as I would like a response from you Arash ;).

    Some people may argue that the UN's purpose of holding this meeting is to provide a platform for delegates of other countries to listen to delegates of other countries whom they may dislike. Therefore one may suggest that because foreign delegates did not listen to Ahmadinejad, it is a sign of great disrespect to Iran. Furthermore it is also a sign of great disrespect to the UN charter.

    I personally understand how utterly stupid this argument sounds, because walking out was the least of what foreign delegates could of done, along with serving their people's purpose and boycotting this fraudulent presidency.

    I would however just like an answer from you on this argument. Thank you.

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  5. Dear Anonymous:

    Thank you for being so polite! :)

    In my opinion, it is not a disrepect to Iran. Iranians did not vote for Ahmadinejad, the overwhelming evidence suggests that June's election was fraudulent. The existance of the Guardian Council and the screening of candidates already makes Iran a highly undemocratic country. Ahmadinejad is not the Iranian people's choice as they never had a free election or a free electoral system. Therefore walking out on Ahmadinejad is in fact a sign of RESPECT towards Iran's people as it rejects the notion that he is representing Iran.

    As for disrespect for the UN Charter, Chapter One of the Charter of the United Nations explicitly states that the purposes of the UN are amongst other things "promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion". Articles 18, 19, 20 and 21 of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirm the right to freedom of thought, opinion, association and freely chosen representatives for all humankind. None of these things occur in Iran. Ahmadinejad and the Mullah oligarchy is responsible for the fact that these ideals are not respected in Iran. Why should the UN pay respect to someone who doesn't respect the UN's Charter? I think you may have confused matters somewhat, AHMADINEJAD is the one who's disrespecting Iran and the UN, not the free nations of the world.

    Besides which, Ahmadinejad is a bigoted and evil individual, he goes beyond politics and and into the realms of racism and prejudice. It is entirely natural that most human beings would feel revolted at such a person. The right to free speech exists, sure, but conversely the right not to listen also exists.

    For the record, your argument was not "stupid" per se, I think you were just playing devil's advocate :P

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  6. Just to clarify: In no way, did I agree with the argument I posted! I just wanted to see your response to what some people may consider a valid argument.

    Thank you!

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  7. Here is a post that I have wanted to view; thank you for posting up important pictures of the UN delegates leaving Ahmadinejad with all but air to have an audience for his rhetoric.

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