The Suisse President, Hans Rudolf Merz and many others leaped for a bite of the “Yellow” cake in Durban II conference, when they decided to shake hands with Ahmadinejad, without having any strategic plan or idea of the consequences.
The Durban conference, for which the Iranian mullahs have spent millions of dollars was a very cleverly engineered setout, to create a rift among the “United Nations” and disqualify the very body on which all the Nations have created and respected fundamental Human rights; The UN.
As usual the mullahs would play a “virtual piece of art” and try to fish in muddy waters!
It was the Grand Ayatollah Khomeini himself who first declared that “God has created rights and God can take them away.” Only that, in his personal vocabulary, the word “God” corresponded with “Khomeini” and his legacy.
Creating confusion and havoc, was Khomeini’s pivotal tool which lured one into a world with no concrete foundations and “Landmark values” corresponding to Human Dignity and Human Rights. Since then his tactic has been well practiced in detail and with exceptional demagogy by his apprentices.
Imagine we are looking at a field in which a fox is hunting down a rabbit, the fox being the Iranian mullahs and the rabbit representing their victim during each encounter. The first step each time is for the fox to mesmerize its prey by exploiting all its beliefs and basic values and substituting its own instead without the prey even feeling the slightest discomfort. A “Coup d’ etat of values” will take shape.
The Mullahs have justified their lust for power under the pretext of a “legitimate and virtual inheritance of power from God onto the Islamic Republic.” Their misuse of religion to justify inhuman and degrading mischief and to sustain power has by and large been compensated and encouraged by the West, bending to threats and the East deceived by the regimes’ “Anti Imperialist” rhetoric and its fame in supporting the “rights of the third world against the Bullying of the Big Powers.”
This has always been the “nature” of the mullahs in the past 150 years of Iranian history.
As is very well put by a famous Iranian idiom
“Take what you can’t give by creating havoc and misapprehension”
Ahmadinejad’s speech at Durban II was a well-coordinated display of the nature of the demagogy of the Iranian mullahs.
Before exploiting this statement, it is best to set the record right, with a reminder of a few realities experienced by the Iranian people during the last 30 years.
Who are we dealing with?
Ahmadinejad is not only an appointed president of the “Supreme Leader” of the Islamic “Valy Faghih” in Iran, but professionally has and will always be his immediate spokesman. This is an official and constitutionalised role and cannot be changed by character of the so called “president” nor by his personal political tendencies.
The reason for this is very simple indeed: The IRANIAN RELIGIOUS DICTATORSHIP is pillared on “VELAYAT FAGHIH” and should not be examined through a European lens of understanding. Iran today is not the grand civilization it was. All words and meanings have their own definitions when they are interpreted in the “mullah Language.” A good example is the word “Rights”. Under the Iranian Constitution (please read mullahs’ constitution), this word has under definitions: Any Right is not right! A “Right” is that which does not contradict the rule of the mullahs and their culprits.
Let us take another term such as “Parliament” which world wide has a fixed definition meaning partition and sharing of opinion and discussion. The mullahs’ “Majilis” (Parliament) is on the other hand, where different factions of the mullahs’ mafia settle down their power differences through methods far fetched from “democratic parliamentary values.” A well covered Majilis session showed the head of the judiciary “biting off the ears” of the head of the Majilis during an unsettled argument!
Under such deteriorating setback of “Iranian values and the state of law,” let us take a rough look at the outcome of appeasing the Iranian regime in three highly speculated themes: Human Rights, Nuclear proliferation and export of terrorism.
Human rights set back in Iran
At least 3 fold rise of execution of minors and women, in the first 3 months of 2009 compared to the same months in 2008 According to Amnesty International, 140 minors waiting to face the gallows 10 people waiting to be stoned to death Continued systematic hangings; 59 hangings only in the month of January 2009 Rising shutdown and censorship; 3 newspapers and 250 bookshops closed in a month. 5 Million sites filtered in a couple of months More than 50% Budget deficit; Last year’s $80billion income, this years expectancy to be $16billion More than 26.4% inflation with a possible rise of 35% ( Hossein Raghfar,poverty line expert with Farse news agency – March2009), with hidden and open unemployment officially ranked as 35% Poverty line on rise; Mohammad Abbaspour (Iranian MP); “90 percent of the population are living under the poverty line.” 700 000 teachers under poverty line. 14 million live under poverty line. 7500 acts of protests and strikes in 2008 despite unprecedented suppression More than 85% of Iranians did not participate in the previous sham elections
Ali Khamenei the country’s supreme leader’s speech in Technology University -December 15;
Khamenei openly rejected those apologists pursuing the so-called “regime’s behavior change” and said, “When they say Islamic Republic should change its behavior, they want us to abandon our values.”
“The Islamic Republic will never back down,” he added.
“The Iranian nation deserves to act as a flag bearer in this path (nuclear expansion), to actually materialize its objectives based on divine teachings. Due to the blessings of God, we are getting closer to that point. We should eliminate the impediments,” – Fars Agency – March 2009
“Iran has reached the technology to produce nuclear fuel and Iran’s movement on this path is like a train on a one-way track with no room for stopping, reverse gear or braking,” – Fars news agency – 2007
Gholam Reza Aghazadeh, Iran’s nuclear chief, Vice President- Official
We have reached 7000 centrifuges. We will continue – Iranian TV-9 April 2009;
IAEA in its last report
While it is reiterated in the report that Iran had not co-operated with the agency not allowing inspectors into its main site Arak, it was assessed that it had produced 839 kg of LEU by November, and that Iran had reported producing a further 171 kg in the following two months – a total of 1010 kg. The Iranian LEU has less than a 4% concentration of the fissile isotope Uranium 235.The nuclear agency therefore has so far made no substantive progress on a number of issues that give rise to concerns about the possible military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear program. – February 2009
Vladimir Dvorkin Russian strategic arms control expert, retired general
Iran is 2 years away from making the Bomb – MOSnews-16 April 2009;
Sir John Sawers, Britain’s current ambassador to the United Nations
“The Iranians wanted to be able to strike a deal whereby they stopped killing our forces in Iraq in return for them being allowed to carry on with their nuclear program” – BBC interview
Export of terrorism in the region
He cited the “very dangerous” threat posed by Iranian-funded militants, who appear to be styling themselves on Lebanon’s Hezbollah – The Times interview, 9 March 2009
Army Col. Philip Battaglia, commander of the 1st Cavalry Division, 4th Brigade Combat Team
We have found many Iranian-made munitions with a manufacture date as late as 2008, these weapons consisted of hundreds of rockets and makeshift bombs – Baghdad news conference – 20 January 2009
General David Petraeus
Said the Tehran government was behind the assassination of provincial Iraqi governors while adding that Hassan Kabuki-Qomi, Iran’s envoy to Baghdad, “is a Quads force member.” – Times on Line 8 October 2007
Gen. John Abizaid, the four-star commander of all U.S. forces in the Middle East
No doubt that Iran is playing a very unhelpful role in Iraq, in southern Lebanon. “At the end of the day, the Iranian government is not working to stabilize Iraq – CBS programme “60 minutes” – 26 November 2006
Revealed in detail, 32000 paid infiltrated elements (affiliated with Iranian regime) into Iraqi government institutions – In a press conference
In an opinion poll taken by the Aljazeera network between 14 and 19 of February 2009, in which 27,194 people took part, results show that the Arab nations are extremely dissatisfied by policies followed by the Iranian regime. Ninety percent did not wish to benefit from Irans achievements
Taieb Fassi Fihri, Morocco’s foreign minister
Criticized Iranian regime’s “activism” in Morocco – 15 March 2009
Najibollah Menli Afghanistan’s Information Ministry
“There is evidence indicating that the source of some of the weapons used by the Taliban is the Iranian regime.”
“We are sending a message to the Iranians and others – stop interfering in our affairs. They are interfering only to deepen the rift between Palestinians.” – 4 March 2009
Mr.President! Why are your hands so RED??!!
“Shame” … “Shame” outcries by student protestors in Durban II session were accompanied by an organized clapping of Iranian regime representatives and their NGO’s and a controversial grin on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s face.
This grin could bring a million questions to mind. Was it a sign of deep self-satisfaction, self loss, confusion or perhaps degradation?
Not knowing the nature of a “coup de grace revolutionary commander” and special force assassin of the Quods forces, I would have said he was more or less content.
His expression was none other than uncontrolled weakness and frustration in confronting decisiveness, unity and force. More reason for an extreme display of applause by his colleagues who were forcefully providing their lost president with the necessary morale to continue the prearranged scenario promised to the Supreme Leader.
Ahmadinejad himself is no more than a dedicated revolutionary guard with a more professional background as a killer. Let us make no mistake about whose hands we shake, and at whose table we sit and what we legalize by officially “making do” with him!.
He was a head of the University Union of Elmo Sanat Univerity who played a central role in the seizure of the United States embassy in Tehran in November 1979 During the crackdown on universities in 1980, which Khomeini called the “Islamic Cultural Revolution,” Ahmadinejad and the OSU played a critical role in purging dissident lecturers and students many of whom were arrested and later executed In the early 1980s, Ahmadinejad worked in the “Internal Security” department of the IRGC and earned notoriety as a ruthless interrogator and torturer. According to the state-run website Baztab, allies of outgoing President Mohammad Khatami have revealed that Ahmadinejad worked for some time as an executioner in the notorious Evin Prison, where more than 120000 political prisoners were executed in the bloody purges of the 1980s In 1986, Ahmadinejad became a senior officer in the Special Brigade of the Revolutionary Guards and was stationed in Ramazan Garrison responsible for “extra-territorial operations” With the formation of the elite Qods (Jerusalem) Force of the IRGC, Ahmadinejad became one of its senior commanders. He was the mastermind of a series of assassinations in the Middle East and Europe, including the assassination of Iranian Kurdish leader Abdorrahman Qassemlou In 1997, the newly-installed Khatami administration removed Ahmadinejad from his post and he returned to Elm-o Sanaat University to teach, but his principal activity was to organize Ansar-e Hezbollah, a radical gang of violent Islamic vigilantes In 2003, Ahmadinejad used his position as mayor to build up a strong network of radical Islamic fundamentalists organized as “Abadgaran-e Iran-e Islami” (literally, Developers of an Islamic Iran). Working in close conjunction with the Revolutionary Guards, Abadgaran was able to win the municipal elections in 2003 and the parliamentary election in 2004. They owed their victories as much to low turnouts and general disillusionment with the “moderate” faction of the regime as to their well-oiled political and military machinery.
The question is “How much should we confuse dialogue with “cowardice and compromise of values”?
The small scene of solidarity, decisiveness and unity against the polarizing and dividing politics of the Iranian regime in Durban II is a good example to be set, as a popular and effective policy towards the Mullahs’ regime in Iran. The policy of appeasement has only emboldened the mullahs to continue with greater speed and determination along the path of radical policies that include more human rights abuses, continuing sponsorship of terrorism, and the drive to obtain nuclear weapons.
It is time to show “CHANGE” by siding with the Iranian people and their resistance, which has for the last 29 years lobbied for a decisive policy towards the Iranian regime that would only come into effect when the West takes sides with the desire of the Iranian people and their resistance for “A democratic change in Iran.”