‘Christ would fight global tyranny’

‘Christ would fight global tyranny’


Press TV
Friday, Dec 26, 2008

In his Christmas message to Britain, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will hail Jesus as the standard-bearer of justice and call for change.

“Jesus the Son of Mary is the standard-bearer of justice, of love for our fellow human beings, of the fight against tyranny, discrimination, and injustice,” President Ahmadinejad will say in his Christmas Day speech, according to the preliminary text of his message.

The Iranian President will deliver his speech at 7.15pm London time on Britain’s channel 4 Thursday as a traditional alternative to the Queen’s Christmas Day broadcast.

In the translated message, the President also addressed world issues and said that “the crises in society, the family, morality, politics, security, and the economy … have come about because the prophets have been forgotten, the Almighty has been forgotten, and some leaders are estranged from God.”

“If Jesus were alive today he would strive to reform the political and financial state of the world, and would undoubtedly stand with people in opposition to bullying, ill-tempered and expansionist powers,” the text said. “Today, the general will of all nations is calling for fundamental change.”

“The prerequisite to this change is a change in goals, intentions, and directions. If tyrannical goals are repackaged in an attractive and deceptive package and imposed on nations again, the people, awakened, will stand up against them.”

In regards to President Ahmadinejad’s upcoming speech, the head of News and Current Affairs at Britain’s channel 4, Dorothy Byrne, has said, “As the leader of one of the most powerful states in the Middle East, President Ahmadinejad’s views are enormously influential. As we approach a critical time in international relations, we are offering our viewers an insight into an alternative world view.”

“Channel 4 has devoted more airtime to examining Iran than any other broadcaster and this message continues a long tradition of offering a different perspective on the world around us.”

Definitely a madman.

No wonder he's branded "public enemy number 1" with radical crazy talk like that.
"love for our fellow human beings, of the fight against tyranny, discrimination, and injustice,”
Doesn't this madman understand that perpetual war is the only way to attain peace?
With an attitude like that he may just revive the damn hippie peace movement.
War is peace, freedom is slavery and ignorance is strength.
George Orwell

Thanks for posting Constitutional911

Ahmadinejad speaks for me, Jesus, and most of the world.
For God's sake can't we silence him?

Here is the video:

This message is something that

is worth thinking about and considering.

Having said that, I would like to to state that this is not necessarily a complete endorsement of the Iranian Government or President Ahmadinejad.

Bill Clinton, George Bush etc have used Pious Statements, quoted Scripture when it served their Political Purposes - especially to woo the hearts of the Evangelistic Voters.

The same happens in the Muslim World.

Politicians are good at using Religion to manipulate the masses.

So we have to be careful.

How sincere the Iranian Govt. is.....

Only Time will Tell.

Meanwhile in the immortal words of the wise Thomas Jefferson.

The Price of Freedom is Eternal Vigilance.

In the Words of Christ Jesus.


Mark 13:33 (King James Version)

33: Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not
when the time is.


Colossians 4:2 (King James Version)

2: Continue in prayer, and watch in the same with thanksgiving;

Also :


Actions speak Louder than Words.

That will be the final proof.

-edit BTW here are some interesting photos.

Christmas Night in Tehran

The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

lobby fails to silence Ahmadinejad’s Christmas message

Israel lobby fails to silence Ahmadinejad’s Christmas message

By Stuart Littlewood

27 December 2008

Stuart Littlewood applauds Britain’s Channel 4 TV for screening Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s Christmas message and notes the speed with which Israel’s stooges in the UK Parliament, Foreign Office and elsewhere raced with one another to condemn the broadcast.

Israel's stooges in the UK wasted no time orchestrating a tidal wave of protest against Channel 4 TV's showing of a Christmas message by Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The MP Philip Davies, a Friend of Israel, said that the address was "completely unacceptable on every level" but didn't explain why. "His previous comments don't strike me as being in tune with what most people feel at Christmas time. He is an offensive man and the last person you would want to use for a Christmas message." Speak for yourself, Mr Davies.

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President Ahmadinejad spoke of the “the indifference of some governments and powers towards the teachings of the divine Prophets, especially those of Jesus Christ"

Israel’s ambassador, Ron Prosor, complained that Ahmadinejad's government "leads Christ’s followers to the gallows". Channel 4’s decision to broadcast the message was a “sick and twisted irony” and a "scandal and a national embarrassment" because the Iranian president "denies the Holocaust, advocates the destruction of the sovereign State of Israel, funds and encourages terrorism, executes children and hangs gay people."

Mr Prosor himself represents a thuggish regime that is forcing children to eat grass and rummage through waste tips for food this Christmas in order to survive. I'm talking about Israel’s illegal siege of Gaza, of course. His government’s crimes against humanity, violations of human rights and all-round racist vileness are recorded elsewhere so there’s no need to amplify. Let’s just say that Mr Prosor is in no position to criticize others or indeed to lecture us on what constitutes a national embarrassment. He has plenty of his own.

Even the TaxPayers' Alliance had to stick its oar in. They were upset because Channel 4 receives a bit of state funding and taxpayers' money was being used "to give a platform to a regime that despises democracy, oppresses women and gay people and has made clear its dislike for everything Britain stands for".

The Foreign Office, which many feel is infected with pro-Israel bias, also issued a ticking off. "President Ahmadinejad has during his time in office made a series of appalling anti-Semitic statements," announced a spokeswoman, presumably referring to the famous remark where he quoted the late Ayatollah Khomeini as saying that "this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time", a proposition that many people agree with. Israeli propaganda twisted it to read “Israel must be wiped off the map”.

The Foreign Office went on to say that the broadcast would "cause offence and bemusement not just at home but among friendly countries abroad".

Well, I listened carefully and also read the text of Mr Ahmadinejad's message and could find nothing offensive or objectionable. On the contrary, Mr Davies, it was quite acceptable on all levels. I found myself applauding when Mr Ahmadinejad told us that the world is suffering because "some leaders are estranged from God". How very true of the dross that leads the West.

I was nodding approval again when he talked of “the indifference of some governments and powers towards the teachings of the divine Prophets, especially those of Jesus Christ".

And I liked his upbeat view that a wave of hope is gathering momentum – "hope for a brighter future and hope for the establishment of justice, hope for real peace, hope for finding virtuous and pious rulers who love the people and want to serve them".

Whether he actually meant what he said is a matter for discussion. But the words and the message were OK.

Well done Channel 4 for resisting pressure from those who are desperate to shut down discourse that might stray from the pro-Israel propaganda line. And thank you Mr Ahmadinejad for addressing us on Christmas Day.
Stuart Littlewood is author of the book Radio Free Palestine, which tells the plight of the Palestinians under occupation. For further information please visit www.radiofreepalestine.co.uk.

Good stuff

Thanks for the post.

It shows lots of people are doing some critical thinking and not buying the hte MSM general propoganda.

As long as we are critical thinkers and careful about our conclusions, we should not waver.

The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it