Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Ahmadinejad Validates JonQuixote's Contentions Re Jihadist-Leftist Love-Fest

Bloggers at The Huffington Post and elsewhere ridiculed and denounced me when I posited in my August 14, 2006 post that:

  • The Iranian madman, Ahmadinejad, was using many of the same talking points as the seething leftists in America and beyond, to cloak his relentless exporting and support of terrorists throughout the world, and his true, despotic intentions
  • Leftists --- especially those who preach "justice" and "peace" and "rights" and "social justice" and "tolerance" in America and beyond --- are the primary non-Muslim enablers and defenders of bloodthirsty jihadists and murderers like Ahmadinejad
Well, thanks to a prescient and timely tip from a fan of this blog, my contention has been confirmed - by none other than Ahmadinejad himself, on an official Iranian governmental website:

(Tehran, June 27) IRNA President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said here Monday night that justice-seeking is an instinctive issue, stressing administration of justice is a great ideal for human beings.

President Ahmadinejad made the remark in a meeting with the visiting Greek president of
Socialist International, George A. Papandreou. "Today, despite great progress made in societies, humans still suffer from discrimination and inequality as a result of lack of social justice." Efforts made by certain individuals and groups to administer justice have failed because there is no correct definition of justice. "Those who seek justice in the world should set a proper and comprehensive definition of justice as a base for their activities because human beings will accept justice if they experience real justice."

The president added, "Justice-seeking and democratization have actually turned into a slogan and a cover for politicians in certain societies to seize power and dominate nations. Real justice-seekers always seek to materialize justice as a human ideal and never strive to obtain financial power."

He said the Iranian nation loves peace, adding, "Iranians, based on their religious thoughts, are always after establishment of peace and sustainable justice in the world." Ahmadinejad said Iran and Greece have been cradles of civilization during different periods of time, adding, "The two countries should strive to establish justice based on dignity of all human beings using their rich culture and great commonalties."

Papandreou, for his part, said the Iranian nation has always been a pioneer in administering social justice, adding administration of justice in the world would help establish security, tranquility and welfare for all human beings. Papandreou, who was Greece's foreign minister from 1999 to 2004 and a leader of the main opposition party, the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) in Greece since 2004, condemned injustice done by certain powers, particularly the United States, through Iraq's occupation and preventing Iran's access to nuclear energy.

"All nations and governments should try to establish justice in the world so that unilateralism would be destroyed."

In 2006, Papandreou became president of Socialist International, an international organization of social democratic, democratic socialist and labor parties. The Party of European Socialists, a European political party active in the European Parliament, is an associated organization of Socialist International. As a non-governmental organization, Socialist International has a consultative status with the United Nations.



In future posts I will dissect exactly what is said here, and demonstrate the key fallacies and outright lies that are contained in this "news release."

For now, it's certainly worthwhile to reflect on how this pseudo-speak squares with what we already know about Ahmadinejad, the mullahs who control life in Iran, and the true legacy of barbarism that jihadists like these - and their seething leftist enablers and defenders - have wrought, and continue to wreak on the world.

In the interim, consult these helpful websites:



Anonymous said...

Interesting that you have a blog. You'll score big points if you can guess who this is...

I have a few blogs too :)

JonQuixote said...


Are you bigger than a breadbox?

C'mon, give me a hint.