Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Mr Ahmadinejad, don't speak on my behalf

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a true embodiment of 26 years of suppression and tyranny in Iran. His language is one of aggression and animosity. His manners are ones indicative of total ignorance and disrespect for all international etiquettes pertinent to heads of states. The phrase " the world community" is of no significance to him. why should it? After all, This man is the self-proclaimed President of my country IRAN, a country sitting to huge reserves of oil and gas and as long as "oil" drives the world's economy, he and the mullahs who run him believe the world is theirs.

And as if that's not enough, they are now on the path of acquiring nuclear weapons just to make sure no one can ever take that world away from them.

Speaking on behalf of the Iranian people, Ahmadinejad said on Monday, "Iran has no fear of being referred to the UN Security Council and will not change its nuclear policy.The Iranian people will retain their rights and nothing special will happen."

The Iranian people I know not only have NOT retained their rights for the past 26 years but have constantly been denied of them. Ahmadinejad and his bosses, who see nuclear weapons as the only key to their survival, are pathetically trying these days to tie their nuclear ambitions to Iranian nationalism whereas their anti-Iranian appearance and disgraceful conduct both domestically and internationally in the past three decades haven't left a smidgen of national pride for us Iranians.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran's top nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani, who pitifully likened Iran's nuclear case to the nationalization of oil movement, don't have any right to draw on my patriotism to pursue their evil intentions and fool the world. They are not MY representatives and as an Iranian, I don't need a nuclear bomb to prove my nationalism. What I do need to feel proud of my Persian heritage is see my country being run by a genuinely Iranian government which seeks its legitimacy from its people not nuclear weapons.