Thursday, December 24, 2009

Ahmadinejad: "Copenhagen summit causes failure of capitalist systems"

Ahmadinejad continues to establish his position as the leading world progressive voice. I guess capitalism has gone the way of the icecaps:
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in city of Shiraz on Wednesday evening that the Copenhagen climate change summit resulted in the failure of the world capitalist systems.

According to IRNA, he made the remarks in an exclusive interview with the TV network of this southern province.

The President noted the summit, an important event in the area of climate, proved the world nations that the big economic powers only think about their own interests and do not make any efforts to reduce environmental pollutions.

Reiterating that the Islamic Republic plays a key role in formation of the new world order, he said the world capitalist power is on the verge of collapse.

He noted: "Today, the presence of Iran in the Latin America has weakened the US position."

Referring to the Middle East as a sensitive and important region in the world, he said Iran has the upper hand in the entire region.

President Ahmadinejad further underlined the need for administration of justice throughout the globe. [...]
In other developments in the Iranian Press, we learn at ISNA that Mottaki visited Lebanon. Nasrallah told him "[the] Zionist regime would take Lebanon fully under control if Iran did not support confrontation against occupation." And at PressTV we learn that Iran feels deep humanitarian concern over Hisroshima and Nagasaki:
Iran's top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili says the US should be relieved of its veto power and disarmed over the use of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II.

"The least penalty for the United States is its disarmament and disqualifying its veto power," said Jalili during his visit to Hiroshima.

"Unfortunately not only was not the US condemned for Hiroshima massacre but it was also awarded with veto power in the (UN) Security Council," he said. [...]
There's no justice in the world.

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

No comments: