Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Ahmadinejad Wishes to Debate Bush

Oh Boy the debate of the century President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad verses President Bush and what shall they debate? They would debate democracy of course, world affairs and the ways to solve world issues.

Well just how much do you suppose President Ahmadinejad knows about Democracy? The last I checked he takes orders from a religious mullah and Supreme Leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, that would constitute a theocracy and knowing that Iran has never been a democracy seems to me Ahmadinejad’s information regarding democracy would be a tad lean.

But nevertheless Ahmadinejad is insistent, “Isn't it time that international relations are founded on democracy and equal rights of the nations?" He asks. But Iran’s government is not a democracy neither does the people of Iran enjoy equal rights under the religious rulers of Iran so why do you suppose the President of Iran would appeal to international democracy and equal rights of nations if his country does not offer those opportunities for his own citizens?

Here’s something else that is interesting President Ahmadinejad wishes a debate between he and President Bush be televised for the America people to see. Ahmadinejad says, "I suggest holding a live TV debate with Mr. George W. Bush to talk about world affairs and the ways to solve those issues," he said.

"The debate should go uncensored in order for the American people to be able to listen to what we say and they should not restrict the American people from hearing the truth."

Okay anything funny about that request? Yes you’re right if you said that it’s a bit one sided. Ahmadinejad wants the American people to “hear the truth” but there is no mention that the people of Iran should be able to hear the debate so that they might hear the truth also.

Why? Because Ahmadinejad is not interested in Democracy silly! He is only interested in “the mockery!” The mockery of Democratic ideas as he does his part to ensure that Shari law is established world-wide as he helps bring about the defeat of any form of western government.

According to Sharia law a Muslim can enter into any agreement with an infidel, he can sign any contract knowing full well that he intends to break his contractual word because the Muslim does not owe the truth to an infidel.

That is all the more reason that a debate would be nonsensical Muslims know that by Sharia that it is permissible to lie to those that they consider infidels. If that is the case why would a Westerner go through an exercise of futility that a debate would be with a Muslim?

There is a long history of U.N. resolutions that have been ignored or disregarded by Muslims. Could it be that Muslims don’t find U.N. resolutions binding according to Sharia law?

It is becoming increasingly clear that Muslims are manipulating Democratic ideas only to use those ideas against people who believe in truth, justice and equal rights so that the knife that slits the throat of Western Democracy will be the wests own knife the knife of Democracy. And then after that Muslims will simply bind the hands of the rest of the world with Sharia law.

If President Ahmadinejad wishes to debate why not talk about the rights of women under Islam, the civil rights and personal liberties of Islamic citizens in his own country and overall religious freedom in the Muslim world, that’s the discussion about democracy that we should have and let’s have it televised so the Iranian people can hear the truth!

Well Mr. Ahmadinejad how about that debate?

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