Ahmadinejad

Ahmadinejad: He isn't backing down, at all!

Iran calls for Real 9/11 tribunal

An International Lawyer Says Ahmadinejad is Rational and Correct. Excellent interview.

Watch the video, at:  http://www.presstv.ir/detail/143885.html

 'Americans seek probe into 9/11'

Sat Sep 25, 2010 10:51AM
 

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An international lawyer says many now question the truth behind the 9/11 attacks, and that American citizens are demanding an international probe into the incident.

"Ahmadinejad is absolutely rational and correct on this, that the American people are now coming to the point of demanding an international inquiry (into the 9/11 attacks), " Franklin Lamb told Press TV.

The Beirut-based lawyer was referring to remarks by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in his address to the 65th UN General Assembly that the 9/11 incident might have been the result of an inside job in the United States.

"This call [for an international investigation] didn't start in the Middle East. It stated more than a year ago in Canada, in Europe, in Latin America, and increasingly in America itself," he continued.

"There are just too many questions raised by architects, by pilots, by experts, by engineers, by [US Department of] Homeland Security employees and the FBI," the international lawyer reiterated.

"There is every reason to have an inquiry and the [US President Barack] Obama administration should join this call, not oppose it," he underlined.

The lawyer added what President Ahmadinejad said was a 'logical proposal' and that "the president of Iran is now in synchronization with the majority of the American people."

Tehran raps Obama's "offhand" reaction.

 This is great!  I hope much of the world is listening in to these statements.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/143964.html

 

 

Alternative Media and Ahamadinejad's Speech. Total Silence! Total Censorship.

I have just perused some of the most popular "alternative" media sites this Saturday morning to see what is being written about Ahmadinejad's speech at the UN this week.
Seems like complete avoidance.
Censorship is a better word.
While the msm at least covered the story, the alternative media has avoided the story, hoping it would go away. They are, it seems, under strict guidelines to not mention 9/11 truth or any of the evidence that conflicts with the official story of 9/11.

I looked at Alternet, CommonDreams, Truthout, DemocracyNow, Counterpunch, antiwar.com.
I did see a small mention of the speech on DemocracyNow, as part of their news rundown. No details.
I didn't see anything on antiwar.com's listing of headlines around the world that normally would have had information about the speech.

Inside the brain of Ahmadinejad. Did you know most of us are "failed historians"?

Inside the brain of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

http://www.nationalpost.com/opinion/columnists/Inside+brain+Mahmoud+Ahmadinejad/3577604/story.html

Jonathan Kay, National Post · Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010

When the phrase "conspiracy theorist" is used, most people imagine an anti-social, mentally unstable nut, along the lines of Mel Gibson's taxi-driving paranoiac in the 1997 movie Conspiracy Theory.

Barack Obama condemns Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's UN speech

Barack Obama condemns Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's UN speech

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-11407326

Barack Obama: "It was offensive. It was hateful"

US President Barack Obama has described as "hateful" and "offensive" the claim by Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that most people believe the US government was behind the 9/11 attacks.

Mr Obama was speaking exclusively to BBC Persian television, which broadcasts to Iran and Afghanistan.

Mr Ahmadinejad's speech at the UN General Assembly on Thursday triggered a walkout.

He later defended his remarks and called for an inquiry into the attacks.

"I did not pass judgment, but don't you feel that the time has come to have a fact-finding committee?" Mr Ahmadinejad told reporters on Friday.

"The fact-finding mission can shed light on who the perpetrators were, who is al-Qaeda... where does it exist? Who was it backed by and supported? All these should come to light."

'Shared humanity'

Ahmadinejad Doesn't Back Down

Iran defends September 11 terrorist claims

IRAN'S President has defended his remarks at the United Nations in which he claimed most people in the world believed the US was behind the September 11, 2001 terror attacks.

He also challenged the UN to set up a commission to study the attacks.

Ahmadinejad Calls For Global Governance, New World Order

http://wearechangenewjersey.com/?p=273

Ahmadinejad calls for Global Governance @ 22:00

http://manhattan.ny1.com/content/top_stories/125777/ahmadinejad-criticizes-capitalism-at-anti-poverty-summit?ap=1&MP4
Ahmadinejad Criticizes Capitalism At Anti-Poverty Summit
By: NY1 News

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is blaming the world's problems on capitalism.

Speaking at the United Nation Anti-Poverty Summit today, the Iranian leader said capitalism has caused the suffering of people in several countries.

Ahmadinejad called for a new world order, proposing the coming decade be one of "joint global governance."

Obama condemns Ahmadinejad's speech

Barack Obama condemns Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's UN speech

Nick Clegg to denounce Ahmadinejad at UN

Nick Clegg to denounce Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at UN

Deputy PM alters speech after outcry at Iranian president's claim that US orchestrated 9/11 attacksNick Clegg Nick Clegg at the United Nations headquarters in New York earlier this week. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images