maandag 2 november 2009

Achmadinejad vol zelfvertrouwen over kernmacht Iran

Hoogmoed voor de val?
Ahmadinejad calling the shots?
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad asserted that Iran now deals with the West from a position of power. The enemies of Iran are like a mosquito, according to him. Nations of shopkeepers. Paper Tigers. Springtime for Iran and the IRGC, Winter for the USA, EU, GCC countries and Israel. Ahmadinejad and Iran have joined an exclusive club of people and countries  who have dealt with the United States, Britain and France from a position of power. The club includes Kaiser Wilhelm II, Adolph Hitler and Germany, Benito Mussolini and Fascist Italy, the former USSR, and of course, Saddam Hussein. They all dealt with the the West from a position of power, for quite a while.
Nov 1, 2009 11:07 | Updated Nov 1, 2009 11:10
Ahmadinejad: We now deal with West from position of power
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday comparing the power of Iran's enemies to a "mosquito," saying Iran now deals with the West over its nuclear activities from a position of power.
The comment from Ahmadinejad comes as Iran is negotiating with the West over a UN-backed proposal to ship its uranium abroad for further enrichment.
The UN-brokered plan would require Iran to send 1.2 tons (or 1,100 kilograms) of low-enriched uranium - around 70 percent of its stockpile - to Russia in one batch by year's end, for processing to create more refined fuel for a Teheran research reactor.
But senior Iranian lawmakers on Saturday rejected the plan, raising further doubts about the likelihood Teheran will finally approve the deal.
Iran has made clear that, at most, it may agree to send only part of its stockpile in several shipments.

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