Here is CBS News Reporter Norah O’Donnell talking about how she was treated by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during her interview with him recently. She pointed out the Iranians would not shake her hand, because she is a woman, and she was “not allowed to cross my legs” in front of them. She also said that Ahmadinejad called her “the lady” repeatedly, and would not call her by name.
Here is video of Iranian “President” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad being asked point-blank by CNN’s Piers Morgan if it is his “desire” for “Israel to be wiped off the face of the map.” His answer – a long, convoluted “yes.” He didn’t use the word, but that’s what he meant.
He would not embrace a “two-state solution,” making it clear he was not about to recognize, in any way, Israel’s right to exist.
Yet, Barack Obama thinks you can reason and negotiate with people like this.
Here is video of President Barack Obama on “60 Minutes” tonight where he referred to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s views on Iran as “noise” that he tries to block out when thinking about what to do regarding National Security and the Middle East. Obama also referred to Israel as “one” of our closest allies in the region – when Israel has been regarded for decades by Presidents of both parties as our closest ally in the Middle East. That seems to be different under Barack Obama.
It seems President Obama is taking his talking points on Israel from Iranian Dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (see below) – at least in referring to Israel’s views as “noise.” Interesting that they they used that exact same word, isn’t it?
Iranian Dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said once again that the “annihilation” of Israel is the goal of the Iranian regime. He was speaking to Ambassadors from Islamic Nations:
JERUSALEM POST: In a speech published on his website Thursday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the ultimate goal of world forces must be the annihilation of Israel.
Speaking to ambassadors from Islamic countries ahead of ‘Qods Day’ (‘Jerusalem Day’), an annual Iranian anti-Zionist event established in 1979 by Ayatollah Khomeini and which falls this year on August 17, Ahmadinejad said that a “horrible Zionist current” had been managing world affairs for “about 400 years.” . . .
. . . . He added: “Anyone who loves freedom and justice must strive for the annihilation of the Zionist regime in order to pave the way for world justice and freedom.” . . . Read More
Here is shocking audio (I guess we shouldn’t be) from New Black Panther Leader Malik Shabazz saying on a radio show that he met privately with Iran’s thug President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and that he is working to “build alliances” that will enable him to “build a nation right here in America.”
“How can you forget in 2010 when we met with the A-Man from Iran. . . . . There will be more to that . . . . Securing the minerals, the gas, the oil, the means of trade, the food to build a nation right here in America.”
Shabazz reportedly met with Ahmadinejad along with Louis Farrakhan back in September while the “A-Man” was visiting the United Nations in New York.
You won’t hear a word about this in the “Mainstream Media,” even as they continue to push the meme that the Tea Party Movement is a threat to America.
Here is video of the pathetic Iranian Dictator – Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – speaking at the United Nations today, where he seemed to place himself in the “Truther” camp by suggesting that the September 11 attacks was an inside job.
Ahmadinejad’s vile statements led to the United States delegation walking out of the Assembly Hall, joined by delegates from some other nations.
This is the man President Obama thinks he can reason with and negotiate with? Obama should strongly denounce these statements by Ahmadinejad, and make it clear we will not tolerate this madman having Nuclear Weapons at his disposal.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is surrounded by bodyguards as he arrives to address a public gathering, in Hamedan about 204 miles southwest of the capital Tehran, Iran, Wednesday. A hand-made grenade exploded close to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s convoy in western Iran but the Iranian president was not hurt.
Later, the government denied it was a grenade and called the device a “firecracker”.