Ahmadinejad Tells U.N. Most Blame U.S. Government for 9/11


UPDATE #1: Obama Comments on Ahmadinejad’s UN Address Concerning 9/11; Ahmadinejad Stands by his Position

full speech in video: click here

source for text: Islamic Republic News Agency  (full text at source)    Sep 24, 2010

…The event of the 11 September 2001 which has affected the whole world for almost a decade.

All of a sudden, the news of the attack on the twin towers was broadcast using numerous footages of the incident.

Almost all governments and known figures strongly condemned this incident.

But then a propaganda machine came into full force; it was implied that the whole world was exposed to a huge danger, namely terrorism, and that the only way to save the world would be to deploy forces into Afghanistan.

Eventually Afghanistan, and shortly thereafter Iraq were occupied.

Please take note:

It was said that some three thousands people were killed on the II September for which we are all very saddened. Yet, up until now, in Afghanistan and Iraq hundreds of thousands of people have been killed, millions wounded and displaced and the conflict is still going on and expanding.

In identifying those responsible for the attack, there were three viewpoints.

1- That a very powerful and complex terrorist group, able to successfully cross all layers of the American intelligence and security, carried out the attack. This is the main viewpoint advocated by American statesmen.

2- That some segments within the U.S. government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy and its grips on the Middle East in order also to save the Zionist regime.
The majority of the American people as well as other nations and politicians agree with this view.

3- It was carried out by a terrorist group but the American government supported and took advantage of the situation. Apparently, this viewpoint has fewer proponents.

The main evidence linking the incident was a few passports found in the huge volume of rubble and a video of an individual whose place of domicile was unknown but it was announced that he had been involved in oil deals with some American officials. It was also covered up and said that due to the explosion and fire no trace of the suicide attackers was found.

There remain, however, a few questions to be answered:

1- Would it not have been sensible that first a thorough investigation should have been conducted by independent groups to conclusively identify the elements involved in the attack and then map out a rational plan to take measures against them?

2- Assuming the viewpoint of the American government, is it rational to launch a classic war through widespread deployment of troops that led to the death of hundreds of thousands of people to counter a terrorist group?

3- Was it not possible to act the way Iran countered the Riggi terrorist group who killed and wounded 400 innocent people in Iran. In the Iranian operation no innocent person was hurt.

It is proposed that the United Nations set up an independent fact-finding group for the event of the II September so that in the future expressing views about it is not forbidden.

I wish to announce here that next year the Islamic Republic of Iran will host a conference to study terrorism and the means to confront it. I invite officials, scholars, thinkers, researchers and research institutes of all countries to attend this conference

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    • Open says:

      You are probably going to hate me when I say this but I am 13 weeks with a srusripe baby.. but hear me out. As a teacher, there is a “perfect window” to have a baby. Ask any teacher. A March, April, May baby? Perfect. You get a good 10-12 weeks maternity leave, then have all summer off with the baby as well. Call it a perk to the shitty paycheck I guess? We were in talks of baby #2 and I have had issues all year previously. Recurrent yeast infections, SUPER thin uterine lining that forced be to be on estrogen for 6 of the last 12 months to subside the constant spotting. Throw on top of that a clotting disorder with the possibility of recurrent miscarriages, late-term miscarriages, and stillborn? I almost need to see a therapist to prepare myself to climb the hill and be OK with getting pregnant. Knowing when we would want to start trying, I decided to temp for three months ahead of time just to see where my body was at that point. I averaged 32-38 day cycles and seemed to O around day 17. Although, my cycles after having Connor have NEVER been regular, temping gave me a little bit of clarity as to what my body was doing.I took a month off temping because we were going on vacation and I didn’t want to mess with it. After day 20 of my cycle, protection went out the window because we were going to start trying the following month. Well, even after temping for 3 months and thinking that around day 17 I O, God laughed at me. Somewhere around cycle day 25 is when we got pregnant.Sorry to write so much but just wanted to let you know that even if you do all the right things, it can happen really late in a cycle as well, so don’t quit having fun after you think you O. I tell Adam all the time that it is a blessing this happened because we would most likely be trying for a while and me not think about the possibility of happening so late in my cycle. Enjoy this time as just the two of you while on this journey. We mourn our easy and carefree weekends frequently :)

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