Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the era of puppet regimes has passed, and that revolutions in the Middle East are against the US-supported dictators in the region.

Addressing people in Iran's southwestern city of Bushehr during his 86th provincial trip, the Iranian chief executive said there is massive pent-up energy against satanic forces in the region. 

“We have always said, and we say it again, freedom of speech, and the right to determine the destiny, and the right to ask for justice and spirituality is the right of all nations,” President Ahmadinejad said. 

He further pointed out that the recent revolutions in the Middle East have all been against dictators who had abandoned their nations, referring to the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia. 

"The dictator move away from their nations, and thereby become hated by their nations. And the more they do so, the more they become dependent on the arrogant powers," he said. 

President Ahmadinejad said the more cruel such dictators, the more US support they have received, adding that the people have, however, awakened and this cannot go on. 

The Iranian chief executive also referred to Iran's peaceful nuclear energy program, and warned the West against dragging out of the P5+1 talks. 

"Even if you think that by dragging out the [nuclear] issue… Iran will give up an iota of its rights, you are making a mistake, and we are not making a single step back," the Iranian president said. 

These countries should know that they cannot stop Iran's progress, he noted. 

President Ahmadinejad said Tehran supports justice and law but will not back down from its rights. source

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...