Ahmadinejad: No need for nukes, Israel should be voted away



In New York for UNGA meeting, Iranian president says Palestinians should be allowed to vote for elimination of “Zionist regime,” admits Israel sees itself “at the end of the line” over Iranian nuclear program.

jpost.com

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the Washington Post on Sunday that the Israeli-Arab conflict should be resolved by allowing the Palestinians to vote the “Zionist regime” out of existence.

Asked by interviewer David Ignatius to affirm Israel’s right to exist, Ahmadinejad said “I think they should allow the people of Palestine in all the territories of Palestine to decide, and whatever they decide, that is what should be done.” He added: “This doesn’t need nuclear weapons, missiles rockets or destroying people’s homes.” 

Ignatius pressed the Iranian leader to clarify that he was advocating the eradication of the state of Israel, to which Ahmadinejad replied: “I asked you if the occupation in the Palestinian territories comes to an end what would there remain? Is there a Zionist regime in existence without occupation?”

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned Ahmadinejad of the dangers of incendiary rhetoric when the two men met Sunday before this week’s annual gathering of world leaders at the UN General Assembly. “The secretary-general drew attention to the potentially harmful consequences of inflammatory rhetoric, counter-rhetoric and threats from various countries in the Middle East,” Ban’s press office said in a statement.

Ahmadinejad also addressed questions of a potential Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities, telling the Post he does “not take very seriously the issue of the Zionists and the possible dangers emanating from them.” He added: “Of course they would love to find a way for their own salvation by making a lot of noise and to raise stakes in order to save themselves.”

In an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan on Sunday, Ahmadinejad said “Of course the Zionists are very much, very adventuresome, very much seeking to fabricate things and I think they see themselves at the end of the line and I do firmly believe that they seek to create new opportunities for themselves and their adventurous behaviors.”

  1. #1 by Blake on September 30, 2012 - 3:54 pm

    Love it. Everybody is talking about Palestine while Bibi uses kiddie diagrams to try avoid the real issue at hand.

  2. #2 by Bob on September 30, 2012 - 4:18 pm

    Ahmadinejad remarks are spot on. The greatest threat to the continued existence of the Israeli state is not Iranian nuclear weapons but a true democracy in which all the people there could vote and have their votes counted fairly and equally. If such an election were held today, the zionists would be voted out of power immediately and Israel would cease to exist as a “Jewish state”.

    The Israelis do not fear wars so much as they fear peace. For it is peace which exposes the true nature of their regime. In the “information age” it is increasingly more difficult for the zionists to prevent the world from seeing the brutal and racist treatment meted out to non-Jews by the Jewish regime. Wars have always provided the pretext for this mistreatment as well as for Israeli expansionism. Without war, the Israeli state becomes untenable. They need conflict to survive and this is why there will never be peace in the region so long as the zionist regime exists.

    There no concession great enough for the Palestinians or other Arabs to make that would convince the Israeli state to make a real peace. In fact, whenever more concessions are made (or resistance slackens) the Israelis point to this as proof that their strategy is working and only press for more. More land, more ethnic cleansing, more resources and more oppression of the gentile inhabitants of the area.

    This fact was borne out by the Oslo process. During the early Oslo years, the West Bank was safer for Jews than NYC. There was very little violence and the Palestinians effectively delivered “peace” for the Israelis. What was the Israeli reaction? They saw this not as reason to fulfill their obligations under Oslo, but as evidene that they no longer needed to make any concecssions to the Palestinians. The resistance to Jewish colonization had ended and hence they simply increased the pace of their building program in the settlements more than doubling the number of settlers in the West Bank in those few years.

    The only the things the Palestinians or any Arabs could do to appease the Israelis woulld be to embrace the Israelis as their overlords and masters…or to simply die. There is nothing that they can do short of that which will satisfy the Israelis…and even then the Israelis would simply set their sites further afield for populations to attack.

  3. #3 by kw on September 30, 2012 - 5:32 pm

    He is absolutely correct: “They need conflict to survive and this is why there will never be peace in the region so long as the zionist regime exists.” And, the more he is asked about “wiping israel off the map” and recognizing the “state of israel” (lower case intended….LOL, the spell checker doesn’t like that…wonder who designed it ?), the better his answers become. Frankly, he does remind me of Christ’s responses when the Pharisees kept trying to trap him with tricky questions. He always made them look like the fools that they were/are. LOL!

  4. #4 by ontogram on September 30, 2012 - 7:03 pm

    Well done. You say “The only the things the Palestinians or any Arabs could do to appease the Israelis woulld be to embrace the Israelis as their overlords and masters…or to simply die.,” This really does reflect the state of things. I don’t know that it was Israeli policy in the distant past, but this is certainly how the history as evolved and it has arrived at this point. As Israel gets everything, it sheds one pretense of decency after another until it is utterly exposed as the bloodthirsty monster it is. I say, “Anti-Zionists of the world unite! You have nothing to lose but your servility!”

  5. #5 by Sofia on September 30, 2012 - 7:56 pm

    Viva Ahmadinejad! He’s everything Western ‘ man’ leaders are not. Truthful, gutsy, anti-bullying, intelligent and above all FEARLESS. The West sold out to the Synagogue of Satan and sold Christ down the river of cowardice.

  6. #6 by Lydia on September 30, 2012 - 8:52 pm

    A sound voice of reason, badly needed. Because it will never come from the zionist possessed West.

    And well said above, KW. Sooner or later, like the foolish Pharisees, the zionists will (small “z” intended, spell checker doesn’t like that either) fall on their collective faces and regret their cowardly actions.

  7. #7 by Vickie Jacobs on October 1, 2012 - 4:06 pm

    Sound reasoning when you are dealing with a mad dog off it’s lease.

    Mad dog, John Hagee, (pg. 75, IN DEFENSE OF ISRAEL..2007 BOOK)

    “Jewish control of the media, Hollywood, and most of the news outlet is believed by fundamentalist Islamic groups, both in and outside of Iran, to be a plot by Jews to “control the message.”

    REALLY!!!

    Talking about the Muslim world…..(pg. 75)

    “The viewpoints of these radical terrorists are past the point of being dangerous and now are easily considered delusional and insane. To call them madmen is justified. To attempt to negotiate with them is beyond naive. It is time to consider a military preemptive strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities. I repeat, the only way to win a nuclear war is to make sure it never starts.”

    REALLY!!!

    (pg. 145…same book)

    The Jews did not reject Jesus as Messiah; it was Jesus who rejected the Jewish desire for him to be their Messiah.”

    Mad, insane. WHAT are we talking about here?

    (pg 81…same book)

    “By supporting the idea of a Palestinian state, America’s leaders are asking the Jewish people to reach out and take the hand of …………….the Palestinian Authority. ….These people cannot be trusted to be a lasting party to a real peace process. Such trust must be ‘earned.'”

    REALLY!!

    (pg. 152)
    “I will gather you from the peoples, assemble you from the countries where you have been scattered, and I will give you the land of Israel….I will give them one heart, and I will put a new spirit within them.” Ezekiel 11:17,19.

    John….you left off Ezekiel 11:21-23.
    “But as for them whose heart walketh after the heart of their detestable things and their abominations, I will recompense their way upon their own heads, saith the Lord God………….

    …(vs. 22) tells us the Spirit left their temple ………..IT NEVER CAME BACK TO THEM JOHN!!
    (Ezekiel 10:16-18) The Spirit of God departed from them John. He’s gathering in a new covenant people John into a new spiritual land, John..Oh, I forgot, you never in any of your books quote Romans 2:28,29 to tell people who they now are in Christ. They are Spiritual Israel…

    What is this new creature that you talk about on page 145? Really, John, it is simple. It is the one that has the Holy Spirit in their lives. It isn’t going into some new temple made of untempered mortar, they want built over in Israel.

    2 Corinthians 5:17 and Romans 1:25. You must of missed Mark 16:15, John. You, John, were to supposed to tell them about Jesus. Not lift up Israel. I know you are fond of shouting…”Israel is alive!” Madmen shout that. Sane would think on Christ and shout….”Jesus is alive!”

    Who is it that you hate John? Christians or Jews. You’ve been lying to both.

  8. #8 by Isaac on October 2, 2012 - 3:47 am

    I love when President Ahmadinejad speaks. He makes more sense than the clown who spends all his time in washington begging or politicians to go and attack Iran. I believe that all up there in Capitol Hill must be fed up with that devil, the only reason they don’t kick his ass out is because our politicians prefer $$$$$$ rather than being honest.

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