Saturday, January 12, 2008

An Iranian attempt at political humor

The theoretical base of our presence in the world arena as well as our foreign policy are based on honesty, friendship and maximizing relations.
we are seeking to provide nations with progress and welfare.
And Baztab adds:
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that honesty and maximizing relations with other countries underlie Tehran's foreign policy.
A veritable Friedensrede, worthy of the Fuehrer himself. Theory and practice do not match very well. Iran lied about its nuclear enrichment program, concealing it from the world. Likewise it lied about its reactor in Arak. Its idea of friendly relations is to supply terrorists to Iraq and rockets to the Hezbollah in order to terrorize Israel and subvert the government of Lebanon. It is good to know however, that the ruler of Iran has a sense of humor. The Lebanese, Iraqis and Israelis may be doubtful that what Iran is providing is "progress and welfare."

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