Monday, November 12, 2007

Ahmadinejad Calls His Critics "Traitors"

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today labeled the critics of his nuclear policies "traitors," and accused them of spying and collaborating with Iran’s enemies.

"They sent people to the enemy to regularly give them information from within the ruling system every week," Ahmadinejad told a group of students at Science and Industry University in Tehran (IRNA, 12 November).

The moderate and reformist politicians, including former presidents Mohammad Khatami and Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, have in recent days warned the government of the seriousness of the threat to Iran’s security if the international concerns over Iran’s nuclear program are ignored.

Ahmadinejad is increasingly becoming isolated within the country’s political elite, and is reacting with anger and vulgar language. Last week he called his critics "goats," apparently for their low level of intellect. Now he is accusing them of being "traitors," apparently for advocating a diplomatic solution to the nuclear standoff.

Ahmadinejad vowed to expose his critics’ collaboration with Iran’s enemies.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

"The U.S. will continue to bleed almost to the point of death in term of resources, military capabilities, influence, money and blood just as the May 15th Prophecy has declared."

"Thus saith the Lord"

“You shall be troublesome to the nations, you shall be unsuccessful in everything you do, and you shall only be robbed and plundered continually”

Did not President Bush look unto the eye of Pakistan President Musharraf and find him to be a solid partner in the “war on terror”?

"I will send a strong delusion that they shall believe a lie"

That is a excerpt from the May 15th Prophecy

You should do a Google search of the May 15th Prophecy

And You will see that it has been the only source that has been 100% accurate on what happening in the Middle East.