I believe Ahmedinejad is in fact Jewish.
His job is to bait Israel, and the USA into war with inflammatory speeches. He as President of Iran does so very publicly for 5 years running, at various International venues, and Venezuela for the umpteenth time.
- It is his speeches and action, not Katami's or Mousavi's which "encourages' the Americans to organise more sanctions against Iran.
- It is his speeches and actions, not Katami's or Mousavi's which "persuaded" Russia to suspend the sale of vital S-300 air defense systems.
- It is his speeches and actions, which encourages the IAEA to look with greater suspicion and detail Iran's peaceful nuclear civilian program. (test what I say, ask any foreign IAEA experts what they think of Ahmedinejad.....their work is not purely subjective, it is also political)
Ahmedinejad cannot rectify the poor situation of the Iranian economy because he has no real power in vital strategic economic matters such as with inflation, or employment. That the REAL power over the Persian economy lies else where beyond Ahmedinejad's political reach.
Ahmedinejad cannot rectify the poor situation of the Iranian economy because he lacks the knowledge and skills to deal with the problems of inflation, or employment.
Ahmedinejad cannot rectify the poor situation of the Iranian economy because he has chosen a weak team of ideological hardliners within his cabinet who are loyal to him, and thus Khamenei their real sponsor, and thus they as hardliners lack the intellectual skills & knowledge to deal with the problems of inflation, or employment in Iran. Sorry brothers but reading the Koran will not do much good in these areas, you require real technocrats.
Ahmedinejad WILL NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEMS of the Iranian economy, after 5 years in power either because he is not interested in the economy, and or that he gives greater priority to and enjoys his foreign policy games.
Ahmedinejad WILL NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEMS of the Iranian economy, after 5 years in power maybe because he is a JEW, AND his real masters have told him to sabotage the Persian economy.
The "problem" of Ahmedinejad will not be solved merely by asking for reason and rationality from him. He has had 5 years to reflect upon his misrule.
The only solution is the removal of his real master Khamenei and his little clique, and then there after Ahmedinejad. Then the artificial installation of a moderate "normal' Supreme Ayatollah.......such as the likes of Shariat Madari or Montazeri.....who spawn and support "normal" men as Presidents of Iran.
I am against a full bloody Revolution backed by the USA, which imposes puppets as leaders trained in the USA/Europe.......then all that will happen is the renewing of the old games, where nothing has been learnt.
Persia also needs to find out THE NETWORK OF JEWS WHO PRETEND TO BE SHIA MUSLIM IN PERSIA....SUCH AS AHMEDINEJAD AND SAEED EMAMI....WITHOUT THIS KNOWLEDGE THERE IS NO HOPE OF SECURING A TRUE PERSIAN GOVERNMENT.
Comments Warn Ahmadinejad to Focus on Employment, Inflationby Jason Ditz at antiwar.com
Comments from one of the official publications of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards harshly condemned President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his criticism of the Iranian parliament, saying that the comments were an insult to the late Ayatollah Khomeini.
It is extremely unusual for the Revolutionary Guard Corps to single out an official for condemnation, particularly a sitting president. Whether it is an isolated incident or a sign of more rancor to come between the two factions remains to be seen.
But the comments made it clear that President Ahmadinejad’s appeals to nationalist sentiment and constant advocacy of an “Iranian school of thought” were unwelcome, warning that instead he should focus on a broader Islamic message and not a divisive nationalist one.
Ahmadinejad’s comment, made in September, took parliament to task for trying to assert itself as an equal branch of government. He warned that while Khomeini had embraced that position at one point “times have changed” and that the parliament’s duty was to support the president in whatever he decides.