Welcome, Guest! - or
Easy to remember!  »  VinNews.com

Tehran - Ahmadinejad : 'Iran Will Deliver Telling Blow To Global Powers on Feb. 11'

Published on: February 1, 2010 07:59 AM
Change text size Text Size  
Bookmark and Share

Tehran - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the nation will deliver a harsh blow to the “global arrogance” on this year’s anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.

“The Islamic Revolution opened a window to liberty for the human race, which was trapped in the dead ends of materialism,” Ahmadinejad said during a cabinet meeting on Sunday.

“If the Islamic Revolution had not occurred, liberalism and Marxism would have crushed all human dignity in their power-seeking and money-grubbing claws. Nothing would have remained of human and spiritual principles,” he added.

Ahmadinejad said that in the three decades of its history, the Islamic Revolution had inspired some great developments in the world.

The Iranian president made the remarks as the 31st anniversary of the Islamic Revolution approaches.

Iranians are expected to pour into the streets on February 11 to celebrate the occasion in public rallies across the country, as they have done annually over the past three decades.


More of today's headlines

Ellenville, NY - Ellenville is suing the Nevele Grande for unpaid water bills and taxes, but the village's mayor is also working as a defense lawyer for the hotel's... London - Britain and the US face a new al-Qaeda terror threat from so-called suicide body bombers with explosives surgically inserted inside them. An operation by the...

 

Total18

Read Comments (18)  —  Post Yours »

1

 Feb 01, 2010 at 08:44 AM OBSERVER Says:

These people have such ferver that when they pour into the streets they have a history of trampling each other. But such is the value they place on human like.

2

 Feb 01, 2010 at 09:01 AM Anonymous Says:

great developments in the world...such as?

3

 Feb 01, 2010 at 09:01 AM Anonymous Says:

His comments about liberalism sound like some commenters on this site.

4

 Feb 01, 2010 at 09:32 AM punch Says:

how did Theodor Herzl say it? "if you want, it's not a myth".

the same has proven to be true in this case. it's time to stop threatening Iran and sit down for serious negotiations.

5

 Feb 01, 2010 at 09:53 AM Anonymous Says:

Perhaps this madman is just rattling his tail. But the world needs to hear the warning that he is declaring war on all of us. Will we be lulled into slumber or will we wake up and take him out? The liberal view will suggest we negotiate, declare sanctions, and other stupidities. We have failed to accomplish anything except to reset the deadlines. That snooze button is useless. We need to do something in the military line, and we must do it fast. To h-ll with the civilian side effects.

6

 Feb 01, 2010 at 09:53 AM Eli Says:

Reply to #3  
Anonymous Says:

His comments about liberalism sound like some commenters on this site.

Except that he's friends with Chavez. I've always wondered how that relationship works.

7

 Feb 01, 2010 at 10:01 AM hashem yaazor Says:

have water in your house- bottled water.

8

 Feb 01, 2010 at 10:07 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #4  
punch Says:

how did Theodor Herzl say it? "if you want, it's not a myth".

the same has proven to be true in this case. it's time to stop threatening Iran and sit down for serious negotiations.

Rather:

"it's time to stop threatening Iran and" for us to start carrying out those threats such as having Israel bomb their nuclear reactors before Feb 11th.

9

 Feb 01, 2010 at 10:16 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #5  
Anonymous Says:

Perhaps this madman is just rattling his tail. But the world needs to hear the warning that he is declaring war on all of us. Will we be lulled into slumber or will we wake up and take him out? The liberal view will suggest we negotiate, declare sanctions, and other stupidities. We have failed to accomplish anything except to reset the deadlines. That snooze button is useless. We need to do something in the military line, and we must do it fast. To h-ll with the civilian side effects.

I have two questions for you. First, who is the "we"? Are you and your children enlisting?

Second, if you are referring to the U.S., do you think that after the Iraq fiasco there is any significant political will for the U.S. to get into a third war? Will taxpayers finance another war?

Third, waiting out the collapse of the USSR turned out to be preferable to starting a nuclear war. Perhaps the same approach would work here.

10

 Feb 01, 2010 at 10:19 AM murray Says:

Reply to #3  
Anonymous Says:

His comments about liberalism sound like some commenters on this site.

He is Not altogether wrong on the materialism and greed aspects....in other words- even a broken clock is Correct twice a day.

11

 Feb 01, 2010 at 10:45 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #7  
hashem yaazor Says:

have water in your house- bottled water.

Instead of protecting yourself with "Bottled Water".

Check your Mezuzos!

It's the Best Protecion! and Guaranteed to Work according to Chazal (See even the Nosey Kelim in Shulchan Aruch)

12

 Feb 01, 2010 at 10:46 AM si girl Says:

it is very difficult to say how events turn out to be. We have to be on alert. That's for sure. I agree with #9 comment that waiting for collapse of USSR was better than nuclear war. Though waiting is not the right word. There were a lot of activities that weakened The Former Soviet Union.

It is very easy to look back and criticize what was done wrong. For example I think that It would be better for USSR to establish it's rule in Afganistan that what we have there now or at least not to supply rebels with arms at the time when Gorbachev came to power since Osama Bin Laden was created there and represent more evil in the world than USSR.

In re to Iran the best policy would be to support internal pro western political rebels. It does not mean that that nuclear option has to be completely out of the table. Very tough situation.

13

 Feb 01, 2010 at 11:35 AM murray Says:

Reply to #7  
hashem yaazor Says:

have water in your house- bottled water.

Sounds a bit simplistic- what about having enough canned, dehydraded food for a year, pre '64 silver coins, barter items, guns, and stockpiled ammunition?

14

 Feb 01, 2010 at 11:39 AM murray Says:

Reply to #2  
Anonymous Says:

great developments in the world...such as?

Improved body scanner technology at select airports.

15

 Feb 01, 2010 at 03:13 PM frum but normal Says:

unfortunately he has a very powerfull friend and ally
and it is none other than Barak Hussein Obama yemach shemo vzichro
g=d have mercy on us

16

 Feb 01, 2010 at 03:19 PM Anonymous Says:

#13 , (I'm not the wr


#13 it might sound
simplistic, but #7 is right, a person can live without food for at least a month, but without water one can't live for more than 3 days. The first priority is w a t e r.

17

 Feb 01, 2010 at 04:12 PM Anonymous Says:

I'm pretty sure he said this exact same crap last year with no effect.

18

 Feb 01, 2010 at 06:34 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #13  
murray Says:

Sounds a bit simplistic- what about having enough canned, dehydraded food for a year, pre '64 silver coins, barter items, guns, and stockpiled ammunition?

Don't forget the can opener.

19

Sign-in to post a comment

Scroll Up
Advertisements:

Sell your scrap gold and broken jewelry and earn hard cash sell gold today!