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REQUIEM

Below are the two final essays to be posted on Allegiance and Duty Betrayed. The first one is written by a friend -- screen name 'Euro-American Scum' -- who, over the past four years, has been the most faithful essayist here. He has written about everything from his pilgrimage to Normandy in 2004 to take part in the 60th–year commemoration of the invasion, to his memories of his tour in Vietnam. His dedication to America’s founding principles ... and those who have sacrificed to preserve them over the past 200+ years ... is unequaled. Thank you, E-A-S. It has been a privilege to include your writing here, and it is a privilege to call you my friend.

The second essay is my own farewell. And with it I thank all of the many regular visitors, and those who may have only dropped in occasionally, for coming here. I hope you learned something. I hope a seed or two was planted. But, even if not, I thank you for stopping by ... 25 March, 2010

9/21/2006

Ahmadinejad’s Modern Day
“We Will Bury You!” Rant



Our hands are outstretched and our religion calls for peace, not for war, for love not for hatred, for tolerance, not for fanaticism, for knowing each other and not for disavowing each other....Sheihk Youssef Al-Qardawi, Qatari Muslim cleric and head of Islamic Scholars' Association

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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech at the U.N. on Monday received little press. As a matter of fact, no news that I read or listen to even printed or broadcast one single excerpt from it.

Bob Owens, writing on NewsBusters, said yesterday:

A striking bit of journalistic malpractice seems to have affected the mainstream media web sites this morning, as news site after news site failed to provide their readers with the transcript of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speech last night to the United Nations.

As of noon at ABC News, it is as if Ahmadinejad never spoke, as their was no reference to his address in front of the United Nations on their Web site’s front page, and is notably absent from the headlines of their political section as well. I had to search Google News to find this report on their site, which did not link to the transcript, nor provide Ahmadinejad's closing remarks.

Likewise, Ahmadinejad’s speech was not easily found on the CBS News site, and when an article was found buried below the fold of their International news section, their story, as well, did not provide a transcript nor a summation of his closing remarks.

The New York Times had Bush's transcript from hours before, but couldn't be troubled to run that of the Iranian President. CNN did likewise.

The Boston Globe, Fox News, MSNBC, and most other news organizations also failed to either discuss the apocalyptic overtones of the Iranian President's remarks, or provide a transcript from easily available wire reports. To their credit, the Washington Post at least provided the transcript far down on their World News page, though they provided precious little commentary otherwise.

What is the reason the world media was apparently so eager to bury the content what was a highly anticipated speech by Iran’s flamboyant President?


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For Americans who still care about the future of our country, here is the complete text of Ahmadinejad’s speech. Save it to your hard drive before it isn't available anywhere else:

Ahmadinejad’s Modern Day “We Will Bury You” Rant

by Rob Maroni

(contributing team member of Allegiance and Duty Betrayed)

10 comments:

daveburkett said...

Got it saved, and I'll read it when I can punch a wall or pound a table with nobody there to see.

Anonymous said...

I heard that he spoke on a college campus here in the U.S. this week (I can't remember which one) and he received a standing ovation. I don't know how true that is, but we wouldn't hear much about it if it happened, and it wouldn't surprise me if it did.

The Glenn Beck Show tonight has scheduled a segment where it will be discussed that Anan and Ahmadinejad had private correspondence that will curl our hair.

It won't curl mine.

3timesalady said...

http://www.scrappleface.com/?p=2336

If this is true it just might do some good!

3timesalady said...

P.S. I know it's not (true), but I still think it could help! ;)

Anonymous said...

The pictures and the quote? They don't go together.

(How's that for a brilliant comment?) :-)

Thanks for the good comments. The media sucks.

LouBarakos said...

The most hateful aspect of this guy's speeches is that he preaches love and death to non-believers in the same breath.

Any American group that gives him a podium should pay a severe penalty. This treason has nothing to do with the first amendment. Too many criminals hide under that umbrella and supporters of this terrorist are no exception.

sandra said...

Thanks for that info and "speech".

sandra said...

Chavez calls President Bush an "alcoholic" and a "sick man."
Chavez extends anti-Bush tirade on visit to Harlem
Sep 21 2006

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez launched a new personal attack on President George W. Bush, using a visit to a church to call the US leader an "alcoholic" and a "sick man."
A day after Chavez used the UN bully pulpit to call Bush "the devil" a "tyrant" who acts like he owns the world -- prompting broad condemnation in the United States -- Chavez was equally vitriolic as he spoke at the Olivet Baptist church in the New York neighborhood of Harlem.

"Bush is an alcoholic, a sick man with a lot of hang-ups," declared the left-wing Venezuelan leader. "He walks like John Wayne."

Bush "doesn't know anything about politics, he got there because of Daddy," said Chavez, referring to Bush's father, George Bush, US president from 1989 to 1993.

"The United States should choose a president with whom you can talk and work," said Chavez.

Chavez was in Harlem to announce the expansion of a program to send cheap Venezuelan heating oil to poor New York families.

Chavez infuriated US officials with his sarcastic United Nations presentation Wednesday in which he said "yesterday the devil came here," referring to Bush's speech from the same stage 24 hours earlier.

"And it still smells of sulphur today, this table that I am now standing in front of."

Chavez then crossed himself, brought his hands together as if in prayer and looked up to the ceiling of the assembly chamber, prompting noticeable applause.


For former president Bill Clinton, the language that Chavez used in his United Nations speech was unfortunate. "Obviously I think he made a mistake to do it. I wish he hadn't done it," said Clinton on Wednesday. "He's not hurting us, just himself and his country."

Washington's UN ambassador John Bolton dismissed Chavez's speech as a "comic strip approach to international."

The US news media on Thursday was surprised to find Chavez's UN remarks harsher than those by Iranian President President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

"Iran who? Venezuela takes the lead in a battle of anti-US soundbites," read The New York Times.

The Washington Times featured front-page side-by-side photographs of Bush next to Chavez with his hands joined in prayer at the UN podium.

USA Today compared the Chavez speech to Soviet leader Nikita Khruschev's famous 1960 shoe-banging UN speech, and Palestinian leader Yassir Arafat's 1974 UN speech, delivered with a gun on his hip.

Charles Rangel, an opposition Democrat who represents Harlem in the US Congress and a harsh Bush critic, was not impressed by Chavez's rhetoric.

"You don't come into my country, you don't come into my congressional district and you don't condemn my president," he told US media on Thursday.

"If there's any criticism of president Bush, it should be restricted to Americans whether they voted for him or not," he said. "I just want to make it abundantly clear to Hugo Chavez or any other president -- don't come to the United States and think because we have problems with our president, that any foreigner can come to our country and not think that Americans do not feel offended when you offend our chief of state."

Late Wednesday at an event at Cooper's Union college in Manhattan, Chavez urged Americans to "wake up" and fight to change "for the good of humanity."

He also urged the crowd to "recover the heroic essence of the founders of this nation . . . who did not give their lives for an Empire to be born here."

Chavez emphasized that there was a clear difference between the US government and the American people. "One thing is imperialism and another thing is the people, the American society," he said.

daveburkett said...

Chavez was in Harlem to announce the expansion of a program to send cheap Venezuelan heating oil to poor New York families.

Does this sound familiar? How do we think Hizbollah ingratiated themselves with the people of Lebanon? They built hospitals, schools, etc. These tyrants are “do-gooders” for the underclasses until they get their foot in the door. Their kindness has nothing to do with kindness and their ulterior motive is despotism.

Chavez then crossed himself

If that isn’t sacrilege I don’t know what is.

"You don't come into my country, you don't come into my congressional district and you don't condemn my president," he [Charles Rangel] told US media on Thursday.

Hilarious! The Dems can call Bush a liar, a Hitler, a Nazi, etc., but they get cranky when someone else calls “their president” the devil. Talk about two faced. They just know that the public is angry at Chavez’s speeches so they’re getting on the bandwagon. It’s all calculated, as usual. Vermin by any other name are still vermin.

sandra said...

http://www.breitbart.com/news/2006/09/25/060925192943.tqohhg8j.html

The Berlin Deutsche Opera has cancelled its scheduled performances of Mozart's opera Idomeneo for fear of enraging Muslims, the opera house said in a statement.

"Musical director Kirsten Harms decided to cancel the new staging of the opera, scheduled for November, to avert 'any danger to the audience or staff' that could arise from violent protests. "