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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad-A Profile

14/07/2008

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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad - President of Iran

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad - President of Iran

Many people, including Adam, are concerned about the attitudes of the Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

At times he seems buffoonish, at others menacing. Like many politicians he indulges in fiery rhetoric, in his case, like many before him over-blown.

It is clear though that he does not control all the levers of power in Iran, in fact it may be the case that Iran’s nuclear ambitions, though lauded by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , are in reality driven by the Revolutionary Guard commanders in the murky theocratic state that is Iran today. A shame for a proud nation with an ancient and civilised history.

Adam was therefore interested to read this profile in The Times on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. It provided some useful background.

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  1. Serum permalink
    15/07/2008 00:04

    “Many people, including Adam, are concerned about the attitudes of the Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.”

    That would be an understatement considering Ahmadinejad’s continual verbal diarrhea spewing forth hateful messages of annihilation of another UN member state and developing the method to carry it out. Iran is the local bully extending its regional influence and terror via it’s proxies into neighbouring Lebanon, Syria, and Gaza all focusing the heat on Israel together with instigating terror in Iraq exploding the Shi’ite /Sunnis religious divide and pushing Shi’ite Islamic imperialism. The Sunni surrounding states wary of Iranian influence will be forced by Iran’s nuclear ambitions to develop their own nuclear capabilities (reports are indicating that initial moves are already underway for these developments) thus propelling the Islamic ME into a powder keg.

    Incidental to the Iranian threatening nuclear progression, its terror proxies and the corresponding condemnation by many western nations, NZ is conspicuous on the world stage by its deafening silence.

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