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Friday, September 23, 2011

UN nuclear agency does US bidding

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused the U.N. nuclear watchdog of being in the pocket of the United States and illegally releasing the names of three nuclear scientists who were then assassinated by alleged Israeli-trained killers.

Yes the annual Ahmadinejad rant at the U.N.

Why this piece of shit is never banned from entering America is beyond me.

Maybe getting the U.N. out of the U.S. will help.
In a wide-ranging interview Thursday evening with The Associated Press, he also claimed that explosive material _ and not airliners alone _ brought down the World Trade Center, attacked U.S. policies from Libya to Afghanistan, and said when his second and final term ends in two years "new elections will be held and someone else will occupy this office."

The interview took place hours after Ahmadinejad lashed out at America so fiercely in his speech to the U.N. General Assembly that diplomats from more than 30 countries, led by those from the United States, walked out.

Yet, after calling the U.S. a greedy, arrogant power too ready to use military force, Ahmadinejad told the AP that it isn't too late for President Barack Obama to carry out his election pledge to improve ties with Iran after three decades of enmity.

"I don't believe that this is a chance that has been completely lost," he said.

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