is going to be unforgettable (but not in the good sense of the word)… because of the collection of
idiot moonbats leaders that are going to attend it.
As I wrote yesterday, Ahmadinejad is going to be there. He will also address the “American people” on 60 minutes (I would like to know if gorgeous Ahmi would let Bush address the Iranian people if he went to Iran…):
Those (countries) who assume that decaying methods such as psychological war, political propaganda and the so-called economic sanctions would work and prevent Iran’s fast drive toward progress are mistaken,” said Ahmadinejad.
“Those who prevented Iran, at the height of the war from getting even barbed wire must see now that all the equipment on display today has been built by the mighty hands and brains of experts at Iran’s armed forces.”
What a rhetoric!! It is very clear, nonetheless, whatever the world does, the Mullahs want the bomb as they think that is a defense against any possible attack from foreign countries.
But there is more. From the Guardian:
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is poised to deliver a defiant address to the United Nations general assembly this week amid a storm of opposition to his visit to New York and growing international alarm over his country’s nuclear ambitions.
On the eve of his departure from Tehran, the Iranian military yesterday showed off a new long-range ballistic missile called the Ghadr - Farsi for ‘power’.
In a speech marking the event, Ahmadinejad shrugged off US and regional concerns about Iran’s more assertive role, saying: ‘Iran is an influential power in the region and the world should know that this power has always served peace, stability, brotherhood and justice.’
Also Chávez is going to be there, apparenty to discuss biofuels with Fiji PM.
And Evo Morales, Bolivian President. He wants to defend nature and indigenous people’s rights.
But the star above all, the most beloved between all the presidents… who will be there… is…. Spanish PM Zapatero!
Anyway, don’t worry, be happy!
The champion of appeasers UNSC Ban Ki Moo, has asked for Greenpeace’s help for “mobilizing public opinion and enable politicians to do the right thing“.
What a world!
(I have been always against UN, and after seeing this… ehhh, more!).
La reunión en la ONU sobre el cambio climático va a ser inolvidable. Van a estar Ahmadinejad (que se dirigirá al “pueblo americano” en el programa “60 minutos” -¿quién tuvo la idea?- y que va a dar un discurso desafiante en las NNUU, con el cague general por la amenaza atómica…), Chávez, Evo Morales y, por supuesto, Zapatero…
Pero todos tranquilos: Ban Ki-Moon ya ha pedido ayuda a Greenpeace para “mobilizar a la opinión pública y ayudar a que los políticos hagan lo correcto“.