Walking out on Ahmadinejad

Dozens of diplomats walk out on his speech as he accuses Israel as a "racist government"

CNN -- The opening of a United Nations conference in Switzerland on anti-racism was marred by chaotic scenes Monday as protests and a walkout by delegates disrupted a controversial address by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The presence of the Iranian leader at the conference had already prompted Israel to withdraw its ambassador from Switzerland, while several countries including the United States are also boycotting the gathering. Dozens of delegates walked out of the chamber as Ahmadinejad accused Israel and the West of making "an entire nation homeless under the pretext of Jewish suffering ... in order to establish a totally racist government."



Mr Q

by John on

Sorry, but I have to disagree with your statement that "the rest of the world sat and listened politely to George Bush's bullshit for 8 years".

The rest of the world, apart from the deluded Republicans and Fox News, laughed at GWB's idiocy and incompetence for eight years and prayed for the day that his term in office would come to an end.  The rest of the world also saw him for what he is: a drooling idiot and puppet for a war-mongering regime of war criminals.


Justice for OMid

by IRICockroaches (not verified) on


Please join and invite your firneds

Reza-Rio de Janeiro

Are You talking to me?

by Reza-Rio de Janeiro on

Hey, James Kinney (for sure...)

Are you talking to me?!

If so, why don't you say what your real name and identity is? Like a man, not like a coward !!!

You must be real scared to write garbage like that in hiding!

Next time, write like a man not a bache soosool tarsoo, OK koochooloo?


to James Kinney the angry man :)

by James Bond 007 (not verified) on

if you referring to Reza.SD (moselm brotherhood) techno dance link you must be either very insecure or seriously on drugs dude! take a chill pill you angry james cause 007 knows who you are and will report you for your faul language and threats


Why do you keep posting this?

by James Kinney (not verified) on

Not only do you lack the decency to respect the private space of people dancing in the privacy of their home, but you're posting this on the Internet for some cheap laughs?

And then you have to post it again, because you can't believe that nobody even takes the time to kick your sorry ass for it?

Get a life!

Niloufar Parsi

salam Jaleho jan

by Niloufar Parsi on

thanks for that, and it's good to be back :) i hope i will always come back even if i have to take breaks like the past 2 months or so.

Farhad Kashani

Capt Ayhab, That’s not a

by Farhad Kashani on

Capt Ayhab, That’s not a threat , what made you come to that conclusion? I’m saving you the embarrassment. I’m saying you made a statement, right? Well , lets analyze it.


Hello Niloufar jan,

by Jaleho on

Good to hear your words of reason again! Welcome back.


Why do they even allow him to speak?

by eroonman on

This speech should have been given by Khamenei. The (latest) legal Emperor of Iran. This turd, is nothing more than a puppy - I mean, puppet.

Maybe that is why the delegates left. Accordig to the schedule, they thought they were going to hear from the leader of Iran, and I guess someone finally gave them a copy of the Iranian Constitution.

You Can't Always Get what You want


What I Like About the IRI....

by Anonymous111 on

Since we are playing "tell us your favorite IRI characteristic" lovefest story, I wanted to chime in as well.  My favorite thing about the IRI is (are) the following:

-their opression of any and all political dissent;

-Their shutting down of newspapers;

-Their filtering of internet;

-Their jailing of bloggers;

-Their ad hoc arrest of reporters and labeling them "spies" and giving them 8 years in a one day "trial";

-Their massacare of tens of thousands of Iraninas in the purges of the 1980's when Ahmadinejad (f/k/a Mahmoud Sibourjian --a Jewish name BTW--) was a pasdar;

-their opression of women;

Oh...f**k it....this can take all day....

But, on the bright side, though, I'm glad that the average Mohamed in Tunisia likes Ahmadinejad....

Kaveh Nouraee

And if you believe the preceding story

by Kaveh Nouraee on

I have a bridge in Brooklyn that's for sale.

Niloufar Parsi

Q: thanks for that

by Niloufar Parsi on

one of my colleagues surprised me just a couple of days ago. she comes from Rwanda. she took me to one side - to get out of the earshot of our western colleagues - and lowered her voice to tell me how much she adores Ahmadinejad. she asked me what i thought, and i told her that to me the best thing about the IRI is its sense of self-belief and independence. the fact that these guys are not prepared to succumb to bullying and demand to be treated as equals - a trait that would make the world a much better place if it were more widely shared among nations. That, she said, was precisely why she likes him. Not because of his policies, but because he speaks his mind and shows his face despite the abuse, condescension, threats and pomposity of the west. 

my friends in the Arab region too tell me that MA is becoming a hero on Arab streets. they see him as a 'lion'. this is driving some of the regimes closer to israel, but it is also driving them even further from their own populations.

of course MA makes the situation rather dangerous for iran, and i truly hope that he loses the next election. i heard that Mohsen Rezai has entered the presidential race. this must be the end of their faction, as their vote is most likely split, and moussavi must now be the favourite to win. 

he's a bit of a dark horse though. what's your take on moussavi?

Reza-Rio de Janeiro

Everybody dance NOW!

by Reza-Rio de Janeiro on

Come on people,

"There is nothing I can do about it" From the Song below:




Happy Friday every body... :-)

Hope you enjoy this too!




Well said niloufar

by Q on

although what MA said was also not conducive to cooperation. But the rest of the world sat and listened politely to George Bush's bullshit for 8 years.


Takes One to know one.

by KouroshS (not verified) on

It takes Clowns to know other Clowns.



by capt_ayhab on

It is hilarious indeed, thanks for sharing it, and you are so right about these two clowns.

Have a prosperous day dear man



I like Israeli movies (to Ushpizin)

by Anonym7 (not verified) on

Mr. KS, I disagree with the pro Israeli/anti Iranian extremists such as Mr. Kashani who want to drag Israel/U.S into a war with Iran through exaggerations and lies. That has nothing to do with me watching Israeli movies.
I have watched a number of Israeli movies that are almost as good as Iranian non commercial movies.

Niloufar Parsi

walking out

by Niloufar Parsi on

once again the west has shown its true colours. walking out of a conference in the way they did shows arrogance, disrespect and a total disregard for democracy and the views of others in the UN. same same...it was obviously planned beforehand, and it proves yet again that the UN is only a tool for them for their own ends, and they are fully prepared to undermine it whenever they feel the urge. of course we will not be able to solve world problems as long as there is no commitment to dialogue.



So... that is...

by KouroshS (not verified) on

Where he and the cronies get their inspiration from. The Israeli TV.

You have a big day, why don't you get some rest.


my personal experience

by aghili (not verified) on

as someone who has collected paychecks from both IRI and Israel, I have to say that Israel pays much better but IRI is not stickler for miscellaneous expenses.

Just my 2 cents.


Ushpizin (guests) [to capt]

by Anonym7 (not verified) on

Capt Ayhab, these two clowns remind me of the two characters (Ushpizin) in an Israeli comedy. Please see the link (//www.abc.net.au/atthemovies/txt/s1569807.htm) and you'll see what I mean. Here is an excerpt:

"...a couple of guests turn up. Eliahu, Shaul Misrahi, and Yosef, Ilan Gannai, are day release convicts who have decided not to return to prison;..."

If you get a chance, watch the move (Ushpizin), it is hilarious.



by KouroshS (not verified) on

Please let us read each others' words and sentences without the need for misinterpretation. YT. Telling someone "i am going to be nice to you" is by no means a threat.

Let's avoid creating nasty and uncalled for situations.



by capt_ayhab on

[I’m gonna be nice and give you a chance to take what you said back about Israel being 100 times worse than Nazi Germany, not because I’m a fan of Israel when it comes to what its doing to Arabs, but, because I know you’re trying to victimize the Iranian regime.]

Don't hold your breath, and a word of advice, never threaten me. Understood?



Doostan. In agha nashenase haft shookish gerefte ...?

by KouroshS (not verified) on

My dear IRI lover

...oops. i am sorry, Mr. ananymous jan, I imagine that you are having such a hard time making the distinction between those who would criticize a regime for the atrocities that it has committed but do not necessarily belong to another country or supporters of another regime (oh i don't know... let's take your favorite one... ISrael) and those who would not.

Do you see the contradiction in your statements? Neither Iran or Israel have Fascism incorporated within their goverment structure, Yet, Iran has less similirity to a fascist regime? belakhare chi shod? Does iran have any elemenst of fascism in its governing system or not? It can not be half-fascistic.

Who Cares what Mr. ahmadinejad states in some Dumb convention? What about basing your astute observations on what goes on internally and within the iranian society, re-evaluating your position based on such observations and
then coming out swinging like a hero that you are?

How about this. We leave it up to you to give us a thorough and original definition of a a real fascist regime is. please. Enlighten us.

Khejalat nakesh. You seem to have realized the snobbishness of pursuing the destructive nuclear weapons, and have started to realize your utter mistake in your support of such a pursuit yet you are to shy to admit or say it.


Lobbying for AIPAC (to Kashani)

by Anonym7 (not verified) on

Kahsani says: "Once you’re done collecting your paycheck from the IRI regime for lobbying on their behalf, ....."

Kashani_jAn, unfortunately IRI will not pay me to lobby for them, because some 28 years ago I participated in the attempt for replacing IRI with RI (Republic of Iran).
BTW, Kashani_jAn I now know why you are so passionate for AIPAC, they give you Koshir pickles there and apparently lots of it. What an interesting revelation!

Farhad Kashani

Capt Ayhab,   I’m

by Farhad Kashani on

Capt Ayhab,


I’m gonna be nice and give you a chance to take what you said back about Israel being 100 times worse than Nazi Germany, not because I’m a fan of Israel when it comes to what its doing to Arabs, but, because I know you’re trying to victimize the Iranian regime.


I’m gonna give you these topics to think about and ask yourself do I really wanna get into this. Compare Israel, Nazi Germany and IRI regime in the following:


-         Treatment of minorities. (Let’s compare Jews in Germany, Arab Israelis which consist of 20% of Israeli population, and Bahais in Iran).

-         Providing freedom of speech for their citizens.

-         Providing social freedoms for their citizens.

-         Providing representative governments for their citizens.

-         Providing economic prosperity for their citizens.

-         Number of deaths as result in wars waged by or engaged by Germany, Israel and IRI regime.


These are just a few. All three are always the bottom of the list of whom you wanna defend, but, lets really see who the real evil is. I’ve always said, Khomeini made Hitler look like an angel.


First you have to say if those are important or not, if they are, let’s discuss them, if they’re not, please have the courage to say so.


Farhad Kashani

Anonymous7,   The

by Farhad Kashani on



The “AIPAC” meeting which I actively participate in (!!$$??) was great!! We missed you dear. Yeah the cognac was great, and so was the Kosher Pickle. I saved you some! Once you’re done collecting your paycheck from the IRI regime for lobbying on their behalf, come over and I will give you some pickle!!



Ahmadinejad was right on

by babak agha (not verified) on

Ahmadinejad was right on everything. Let's not kid ourselves. Israel is a war machine and is set to kill all palestenians.


"Fascist" regime (to Kashani and Israeli friends)

by Anonym7 (not verified) on

Kashani_JAn, neither Israel nor Iran have fascist regimes. However between the two of them Iranian regime has much less similarity with a fascist regime despite all Mahmood chakhan's rhetoric.
BTW, Farhad_jAn, I hereby request our Israeli friends in this site to get you honorary Israeli citizenship, you truly deserve that with all your hard work for AIPAC.


Not creative suomynonA

by the_original_suomynonA (not verified) on

It seems you used my previous anonymous username 'suomynonA' and registered it for yourself now. I don't agree or disagree with what you say under my previous login name but a bit of creativity would have been nice. Or is it you did that on purpose? Hummmmmm?????