Is the United
States underestimating the Iranian people, seeking to "arrest" their development?
If this article published in Iran's state-controlled Kayhan newspaper
shows anything - it's that the Iranian regime wants to be treated with the respect
it believes its history and contribution to civilization demand.
In an exclusive
interview, Majlis member Hassan Ghafourifard told Press TV that Iran may
consider withdrawing from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty if the West
continues pressuring the Islamic Republic to relinquish its inalienable right
to enrich uranium.
ďIf the P5+1 continues to talk to us with the language of force in order to back
us into a corner and talks of additional sanctions, there may be no choice but
to withdraw from the talks Ö our patience has a limit. We've been discussing
this problem for three or four years.Ē
If the West
refuses to comprehend Iranís intentions - the peaceful enrichment of uranium - Ghafourifard
said that there might be little use of remaining within the Nuclear
The West must grasp
that the global community isn't only comprised of the U.S. and the E.U. One
hundred thirty five nations support Iranís position because they also refuse to
be dominated by bullies with their Nazi-style propaganda machines. They may not
include the U.S., E.U. and their puppet regimes, but it does include most of
the global community.
Dozens of countries,
when confronted by media, may appear to cave into Western pressure, but for
them and Iran it will be business as usual. The dark days of Western dominance
over the rest of the world are over, and the pretence of Western ignorance of
these facts is laughable.
attack by the Mongolian hordes nine centuries ago [Mongols destroyed Baghdad] halted the Islamic
world's progress, giving the newly-emerging European states the false
impression that in every field of endeavor, from science and culture to medicine
and mathematics, they had taken upper hand.
How convenient it
must be for the West to pretend to forget that calculus originated in Persia 3,000
years ago, and that until the 12th century, the continent of Europe was populated
by little more than brutal and murderous tribes. All of that nonsense is over; the
Islamic awakening led by Iranís Islamic Revolution is here to stay and an out
of luck and out of sorts collection of disreputable Western governments no
longer calls the shots.
Islam has always
been a political entity. It has never claimed to be otherwise. It for others
who tout fornication rather than love and the sale of forgery over authenticity
to come to their senses.††
The Islamic Republic
has never strayed from the peaceful path to nuclear energy. As oil-rich as Iran
is, if it fails to obtain nuclear energy for future energy needs, it will be forced
to slash oil production to guarantee that its resources last another century rather
than another forty years.
More conciliatory than in the past, Iranian President
Ahmadinejad speaks to the U.N. General Assembly, just before being publicly challenged about the existence of a second uranium enrichment facility on his nation's territory.
The United States
and the rest of its crooked allies charge that Iranís civilian nuclear program
has a military dimension. But when officially asked under NPT rules to join with
Iran and supply it with peaceful nuclear energy technology, they instead began making
The West seems to
believe that it confronts simpletons who don't see through its sordid plan to
arrest Iranian scientific and social development. It is attempting to create
divisions with the world of Islam by controlling puppet regimes. But they have forgotten
that at the end of the day, we are Muslims, and we will never forsake our
beliefs for the laughable promises made by nations in which the currency isn't worth
the paper it's printed on.
Itís back to the
drawing board for those delusional retards who even now, contemplate repeating
the behavior that brought the world war, hunger and misery.
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