Thursday, April 19, 2007

IRIB: "Bullies better off if heeding people"

Weird picture. Ahmadinejad's three modes seem to be threatening, boasting, and admonishing:
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Thursday called on bullying powers not to waste their energy and potential, recommending them to attempt towards welfare and security of their own people.

Ahmadinejad made the remark at a gathering of people in the city of Neiriz in the southern Fars province during his 28th provincial visit since he took office as President.

"The world propaganda system mainly seeks power and arrogance. This is while it disregards human values, faith, monotheism, justice and kindness towards others."

"The world powers seek monopoly on sciences and technologies to make full use of their capacities to have hegemony over nations, plunder their resources, insult their identities and make up their own empires," he added.

He called on these powers on behalf of the citizens of Neiriz to avoid violating the nations rights and bullying.

Ahmadinejad said that the Iranian people are unified to defend their full rights.

"They should be aware that our nation is completely entitled to make full use of its nuclear capacities," he added. [...]
And more in the same vein: "O superpowers! Heed Divine teachings":
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad advised oppresser world powers Wednesday to heed Divine messengers' teachings and not to pave the path of ignorance.

He said, "God sent his messengers to mankind with pure logic and divine teachings, the last of whom was Islam's Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), but there are today unfortunately oppressive powers in the world that either do not grasp the essence of messengers' message, or do so, but ignore them, paving the path of ignorance, darkness, oppression, and unethical ways of life."

"I wish to send a message to these oppressive powers on behalf of you, and the entire Iranian nation, asking them to get back to the path put before them by the messengers, that is the path of divine guidance, justice, friendship, and being faithful to the covenants they have vowed with their nations."

Ahmadinejad warned the oppressive powers, "Beware, if you do not get back to this path; if you do not end your oppressive methods; if you do not keep on looting the other nations and try to keep on imposing your illegitimate hegemony over other nations, you will face the destiny of the past tyrants in history, that is none but death, and downfall for yourselves, and wretched lives for your nations."

Further addressing the oppressive powers, Ahmadinejad said, "today you selfishly and arrogantly insist on halting the path of nations' progress, including Iran, resorting to telling lies to the world public opinion and even cheating your own nations."

"Our nation tells you that you are repeating your old mistakes. You have so far kept trying for 28 years to halt the path of our nation's progress, all in vain. You can see today that our nation's youth, believing in their might and relying on their strong will, have mastered all modern sciences and technologies, and presented them humbly to the noble Iranian nation."

The President of the Islamic Republic of Iran further stressed, "I am hereby assuring you oppressive powers that the Iranian nation's demand from their political officials is taking full advantage of the entire capabilities of the nuclear energy in technical and industrial fields."

He added that the entire Iranians solidly and with tight fists shout slogans in that regard, insisting they will not yield to pressures to abandon their natural right.

Ahmadinejad said, "our nation's advice for you is to get back to the path of monotheism, justice, and friendship, at least in a bid to safeguard your own nations' immediate, and long term interests."

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