Friday, September 24, 2010

Iranian Prez Gets Funky At UN, Accuses U.S. Of Causing 9/11

United Nations, New York – Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he suspects “some elements within the U.S. Government” orchestrated the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

When he made his accusation, the United States delegation stomped out, followed by every representative of the European Union.

It was one of several such accusations traded between the Iranian President and President Barack Hussein Obama at the summit meetings regarding each others' nuclear programs.

Mr. Obama said Iran is the only member of the non-proliferation treaty nations that cannot demonstrate its peaceful intentions.

He emphasized that “ law is not an empty promise.”

The U.N. Security Council has passed four rounds of increasingly restrictive economic sanctions against the revolutionary Islamic republic in protest to its escalating defiance of non-proliferation treaty violations.

About 1,000 cheering demonstrators rallied outside the building, applauding wildly when former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said they have the support of the world's democratic governments.

Mr. Ahmadinejad said he believes the U.S. caused the terrorist attacks in order to further support Israel. The nation of Iran does not recognize Israel's right to exist, nor does it extend diplomatic recognition to the Israeli government.

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