Ahmadinejad: Small Man Talking Big!

By: Michael John McCrae

The Fox News website has been following the little Iranian troll who managed to steal an extension as President of his terrorist supporting nation. In a recent article entitled: “Ahmadinejad: Not A ‘Damn Thing’ Israel Can Do to Stop Nuclear Program” we see the true aspirations of a small man thinking larger-than-life thoughts.

The little guy presenting the face of the Iranian Islamic Terrorist Republic is still talking the tough line for his Mullah puppet-masters. His latest comments regarding the Iranian nuclear program are further proof that Iran will not cooperate with the rules under the nuclear non-proliferation treaty and will use any excuse to ignore U.N. resolutions and requests for restraint issued by the I.A.E.A.

The puny president was quoted, spewing: “The Zionist regime (Israel) and its (western) backers cannot do a damn thing to stop Iran’s nuclear work,” Ahmadinejad said in a televised speech, according to Reuters.”

And this may be true. There has been no amount of diplomatic overture that has eased Iran’s work at uranium enrichment. Every effort to curtail Iran’s nuclear program to verifiable treaty levels has met with stonewalling and secrecy. Each time the light at the end of the tunnel was declared, Iran found a way to close off their end of the tunnel.

Quoting Iran’s Presidential dwarf: “I declare here that with the grace of God, the Iranian nation will produce 20 percent (enriched uranium) fuel and anything it needs itself,” Ahmadinejad told a cheering crowd of thousands in the central city Isfahan. “We told them, give us the 20 percent fuel (in an exchange),” he said. “But then they started adding conditions. So we said, if you want to give us the fuel we’ll take it. If not, then fine and goodbye.”

For anyone paying attention, “20 percent” enriched uranium is almost 5 times greater than the 3.5 percent enriched uranium Iran is currently able to produce. Ahmadinejad is telling the world that is what his country wants. He doesn’t care to stop at any lesser percentage. That does not get Iran to its goal of blowing “Israel off the face of the map”. Iran is certainly willing to accept 20 percent enriched uranium for a so-called “Medical Research Reactor”. They are not willing to trade off inspections by the IAEA or the transfer of its lower grade uranium. In fact the tiny man with the big voice has called for the building of 10 additional enrichment facilities and lesser cooperation with the IAEA for daring to: “…[pass] a resolution…demanding Iran to cease all enrichment immediately and halt construction on a recently revealed uranium enriching facility hidden in a mountain.”

In the face of U.N. resolutions and IAEA “demands” and in direct contravention of the requirements of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty signed by its lying government, Iran is playing its role in the “Axis of Evil” as if the curtain will never fall. “The Zionist regime (Israel) and its (western) backers cannot do a damn thing to stop Iran’s nuclear work,” is the boast of the little guy who looks a lot like a young Adolph Hitler, but with the moral standing of Obama’s “Safe Schools Czar”.

I would say I admire old Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. He’s a nut-job, but he’s not afraid to tell the world to go to hell; his country’s going do what it wants to do and nobody can stop him.

I wish my president; also a nut-job; would tell the world to go to hell and begin a program of constructing 100 nuclear power plants, opening up America’s known oil reserves; ordering the exploration and pumping of oil and natural gas from ANWR and off shore sites, constructing 50 new oil refineries and eliminating all illegal aliens from America so only Americans would benefit from the millions of jobs created by all that construction and exploration.

Then, upon America becoming energy independent, I wish my president; the nut-job; would tell the Iranian government to go to hell and then send them there.

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