Sunday, July 26, 2009

Ahmadinejad: "the 10th presidential election in Iran changed the world's governing model"

Iran has essentially emerged as the world's sole superpower:
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Sunday that the Islamic Revolution in Iran has disturbed all equations of the hegemonic powers during the last three decades.

"The first hegemony shattered immediately after the victory of the Islamic Revolution was the bipolar system dominating the world," Ahmadinejad said, addressing a gathering of Iran's ambassadors to European countries.

He said the second achievement of the Islamic Revolution was putting an end to the world powers' military domination over the other countries, and continued," The bullying powers imposed their political aspirations on the other nations through their military power."

He described the 8-year Iraqi imposed war on Iran as well as the war in Iraq and Afghanistan as examples of the same approach by the world powers, and added, "Today, resorting to military power has no use any more."

The president also said that ending the world powers' scientific hegemony is view as yet another achievement of the Islamic Revolution.

He further pointed to the recent presidential election in Iran as another instance of Iran's success in ending western powers' domination over the other world countries, and stressed that the 10th presidential election in Iran changed the world's governing model.

Iran's recent presidential election is viewed as a true example of democracy and public participation in politics and formation of their desired government. Over 85% of eligible voters took part in the election on June 12 and Ahmadinejad was re-elected as the next president of the country with over 62% percent of the votes cast in Iran's 10th presidential election.
The IRIB Radio article on this speech is entitled "Islamic Iran Shattered Imperialist Invincibility":
[...] He pointed to money, partisanship, and media tools as the three elements of decision-making in societies ruled by the decadent system of liberal democracy, reiterating that in such systems people outside the circle of the political parties have no part in decision-making.

Dr. Ahmadinejad said another plot by the powerful countries was foiled during the recent presidential elections which challenged the dominance of west's theories about controlling the destiny of other countries.
Another plot by the powerful countries is foiled by the latest Haveil Havalim.

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