Iran President Ahmadinejad At UN Quotes Hitler: New World Order Needed

By Joel Leyden
Israel News Agency

New York, New York --- September 26, 2012 ... Speaking at the UN on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, Yom Kippur, Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad praised Allah and spoke of a better life for nations, representing human values, peace, harmony and humanity by attacking global democracy.

Ahmadinejad, who has called for the destruction of Israel stated that the Israeli government was a "fake government" responsible for the "genocide" of the Palestinian people. Ahmadinejad did not mention Israel's unilateral peace moves such as leaving Gaza and the terror rockets fired from Gaza at Israeli towns and cities.

"The continued threat by the uncivilized Zionists to resort to military action against our great nation is a clear example of this bitter reality," said Ahmadinejad, who in the past has denied the Holocaust and just days earlier called for the "elimination" of Israel.

Ahmadinejad stated that despite all efforts to achieve happiness - capitalism and consumerism by the US, the UK, France, Germany and Japan was responsible for both droughts and floods. He stated that the present global, democratic leadership represented an oppressive international world order, words that Hitler once used. That this "wrong management of the world was working for the devil" - colonialism founded on materialism and capitalism.

In a move to reach out to non-aligned nations and speaking to Russia and China, Ahmadinejad placed Marxism over capitalism and democracy. He stated that the only cure for the world's problems would be the arrival of Allah and Shariah Law.

The speaker of the UN, over a hot mike, sarcastically remarked with a smile at the end of Ahmadinejad speech: "The savior will take care of us?"

The US delegation to the UN boycotted Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech to the UN General Assembly as a protest to the anti-Israel views Ahmadinejad has advocated this week.

Ahmadinejad, who has repeatedly called for the destruction of the Jewish state of Israel and denied the existence of the holocaust, is speaking today on one of Judaism's holiest days, Yom Kippur.

"Over the past couple of days, we've seen Mr. Ahmadinejad once again use his trip to the UN not to address the legitimate aspirations of the people of Iran but to instead spout paranoid theories and repulsive slurs against Israel," Erin Pelton, a spokesman for US UN Ambassador Susan Rice, said in a statement.

"It's particularly unfortunate that Mr. Ahmadinejad will have the platform of the UN General Assembly on Yom Kippur, which is why the United States has decided not to attend," Pelton said.

A bipartisan group of 14 members of the US Congress pushed a resolution on Monday demanding that President Obama pressure the UN to move or cancel Ahmadinejad's speech, saying it was "offensive" and "insensitive" to the "Anti-Semitic" leader speak on Yom Kippur.

The US as well as other Western delegations have traditionally walked out of the assembly hall in protest when the Iranian president spoke.
The UK, Germany and France remained sitting today at the UN, listening to Ahmadinejad.

Iran, the world's largest sponsor of Islamic terrorism, supplying weapons to Syria for the murder of Syrian civilians, has recently announced that it has created a military drone that can reach Israel and will be dispatching naval ships off the US coast.

“The fact is that every day that passes, Iran gets closer and closer to nuclear bombs,” says Netanyahu.
“The world tells Israel, wait there’s still time. And I say, wait for what? Wait until when?”

A Senior Iran Revolutionary Guard commander said Tuesday that Iran test-fired four anti-ship missiles that hit a "big target" the size of a warship simultaneously, causing it to sink in "50-seconds" in the Strait of Hormuz.

"The mid-range system is capable of intercepting targets at a range of 50 km (30 miles) and can fly at an altitude of 75,000 feet," state-run Press TV's said.
US officials stated that this was a pure fabrication and that there was no missile firing in or around the strait or the Persian Gulf.

Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations called on world leaders to boycott Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s September 26 speech to the 67th General Assembly of the world body in New York.

“Any country that sits in during Ahmadinejad’s speech is in violation of the United Nations Charter,” which forbids member states from threatening other member states, said Israel Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor.

Iran continues to build a nuclear reactor that would yield nuclear weapon material, experts and diplomats say.

Iran is focused largely on underground uranium enrichment plants at Natanz and Fordow, but it is also moving ahead with construction of a heavy-water reactor near the town of Arak, which analysts say could produce plutonium for nuclear arms if the spent fuel is reprocessed.

Iran now plans to bring Arak on line in the third quarter of 2013, moving up its timetable from 2014, according to the latest UN information.

"There is no reason to seriously doubt Iran's resolve to complete this project on time and begin operating the reactor," said Mark Hibbs of the Carnegie Endowment think-tank.

Most of what is needed is "dual-use, off-the-shelf equipment that Iran can buy all over the world using the procurement network it has set up" for its nuclear program, he said.

A UN report last month on Iran's nuclear program, illustrated a doubling of the uranium enrichment capability at Fordow, suggesting Tehran was also carrying out new work at Arak.

The report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said cooling and moderator circuit piping was being installed when inspectors visited the Arak facility in early August.

"They are certainly continuing to make progress on the reactor," one Vienna-based diplomat said. "As long as we still don't trust Iran's nuclear intentions, even the elimination of its enrichment capability will not eliminate all the danger."

The European Union this month said it was "deeply worried" Iran had not suspended activity at the Arak facility, which like other nuclear sites is monitored by UN inspectors to ensure there is no diversion of nuclear materials.

"On the question of Iran, we are all united in the goal of preventing Iran from achieving nuclear weaponry," said Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as he boarded an aircraft in Israel to speak at the UN. "On the day on which we pray to be inscribed in the Book of Life, a stage was given to the tyrannical regime of Iran which seeks at every opportunity to sentence us to death."

"On Yom Kippur eve, sacred to the Jewish people, the Iranian tyrant chose to call publicly before all of the world for us to vanish. This is a black day for those who chose to remain in the auditorium and hear these hateful words."

Netanyahu warned on Sunday that the US must establish a clear "red line" that Iran cannot cross with its nuclear program if it wants to avoid war.

"I think the issue is how to prevent Iran from completing its nuclear weapons program. They're moving very rapidly to completing the enrichment of the uranium that they need to produce a nuclear bomb. In six months or so, they will be 90 percent of the way there," Netanyahu said.

"I think it's important to place a red line before Iran, and I think that actually reduces the chance of a military conflict because, if they know there's a point, a stage in the enrichment or other nuclear activities that they cannot cross because they'll face consequences, I think they'll actually not cross it."

“The fact is that every day that passes, Iran gets closer and closer to nuclear bombs,” says Netanyahu. “The world tells Israel, wait there’s still time. And I say, wait for what? Wait until when?”

President Obama, who has traveled to New York to speak on TV talk shows, has refused to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu to discuss the Iranian nuclear program.

The Israel security and defense establishment including the IDF, Mossad, Shabak and police, remain on full alert throughout the Yom Kippur holiday.


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