Source: Dispatch International
Every year, since Mahmoud Ahmadinejad took office as President of Iran and began his annual September trips to NY for the United Nations General Assembly, he has made a point of meeting with some of the most incendiary and notorious ‘political’ types.
Throughout the years, a handful of the press reported on those events, and even then, not much in the way of photos and videos were provided. This year once again, the international media completely fumbled the ball, or possibly let it fly under the radar on purpose.
The event photos show a room full of reporters, yet my search on major mainstream media outlets gleaned nothing on the event. In fact other than bloggers such as Gateway Pundit and smaller news sources, like Daily Caller who reported it, none of the big media actually covered it.
I must underline one little point when it comes to the report on Ahmadinejad’s site however; notice how the panel members are not identified under the photos and their names have been conveniently omitted from the report. Though a couple of them are recognizable to many, I was able to look through the photos and identify all but two of the panelists.
Starting from left to right at the panelist table: the person sitting to the farthest end of the table, visible in one photo only, is Amiri Baraka (née LeRoy Jones) a cookie-cutter holdover from the ’60’s Black Marxists (Panthers).
Sitting next to Baraka is one Rev. Dr. Elias D. Mallon of Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA), a Franciscan Friar of the Atonement with a Doctorate in Middle Eastern Languages and Old Testament who currently serves as a member of the U.N. Israel-Palestine Working Group and regularly addresses the Council on Foreign Relations, the United States Institute for Peace and the National Catholic Education Association. I have had the dubious opportunity to listen to some of Mallon’s interviews and I was rather amazed to hear his outre interpretation of Middle Eastern history (only clerics and ideologues are such confident historical revisionists).
Next to Mallon is the firebrand and racist leader of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan (née Louis Eurgene Walcott) a former song and dance man turned pious Muslim, who has been an ardent supporter of every tyrannical Islamist regime during the last 30 something years.
Seated then, between Farrakhan and Ahmadinejad himself, is Mohammad Khazaei, the Iranian regime’s crafty envoy to the United Nations.
To the left of Ahmadinejad is his most trusted advisor, Mojtaba Samareh-Hashemi, who is the Revolutionary Guards, Basij and Intelligence Ministry’s adjutant in Ahmadinejad’s office. Samareh-Hashemi is one of three men who are a constant presence in Ahmadinejad’s sphere (the other two being Esfandiar Rahim-Mashaie and Mahdi Chamran). To Samareh-Hashemi’s left is none other than agent, apologist and legal eagle to various tyrants (think Saddam Hussain) and terrorist organizations, Former US Attorney General under President Lyndon Johnson, Ramsey Clark.
I have not yet identified the mullah sitting next to Clark and the non-Iranian man to the mullah’s left who can be seen in several of the photos clearly. Finally, at the very end of the table is Ahmadinejad ‘s foreign minister, Ali-Akbar Salehi, who is rumored to be being groomed to take over the ‘presidency’ from A’jad come June 2013.
Agenda for this show of complicity, you ask? Well, under the guise of the meeting of leaders of “Abrahamic” religions, the actual topic of discussion was in fact “New World Order”, which as far as the Iranian regime is concerned, is a plan that will be implemented and overseen by none other than the Iranian regime itself.
Here are a couple of simple points to consider regarding the Abrahamic charade however:
First, by saying Abrahamic, they are automatically including Jews. That said, unless the non-Iranian man, sitting in between the Mullah and Salehi is a Jewish leader, then I do not see a full representation of ‘the Abrahamic’.
Next, last I checked, neither Amiri Baraka nor Ramsey Clark is a cleric or representative of any Abrahamic religions. In fact the scant few clerics in the bunch are minor figures whose work has clear and direct political predilections; in fact each of these individuals has been active and vocal about their hardcore anti-West and anti-Semitic complicity and deceit. These characters, in their own right are plutocrats vying for their power position in the coalition of contrarians.
This having been Ahmadinejad’s event in NY, let us turn our focus to a conspicuous event in DC that I would regard as a booster event on the heels of last week’s showcased direction and underlined mandate.
In recent weeks, following a four and a half year lawsuit fought in a DC district court, between Trita Parsi, President of the Iranian regime’s lobby organization in DC, the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) and Iranian analyst Hassan Dai, NIAC was exposed.
Parsi, who was born in Iran and raised in Sweden, moved to the U.S. in the late ’90’s and in the early 2000’s created NIAC, which has been a deft, and stealth outfit in DC working with DC insiders for almost a decade. Bolstered and supported by career politicos of the Carter administration, people such as Zbigniew Brzezinski, Gary Sick, et al, Parsi has been able to promote and further the Iranian regime’s racket by calling for never-ending negotiations and normalization of relations with the Iranian regime, alongside a continued dose of Israel-baiting via fancy conferences, appearances on major international TV and radio shows, book deals and much more.
Now, if NIAC and Parsi had not had enough of a public dressing-down, they have mounted a post-defeat fishing expedition conference entitled the NIAC LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE that kicked off on Sunday, September 30th, in DC. And of course ‘the most incendiary and notorious ‘political’ types’, are participating: For one, star ideologue, Noam Chomsky will be the star speaker and various other journalists/scholars-cum-apologist who like to straddle each side of the equation and offer “realpolitik” talk, are also slated to speak.
Iranians have spent the last 34 years watching Iran (and the rest of the world) be destroyed and while 70 something million Iranians, inside and outside Iran continue to scream for the riddance of the Khomeinist thugocracy, the world continues on it’s merry business as usual and ‘constructive’ dialogue path. Nothing has changed in a world where money talks and the ideologically deranged manipulate those who choose to be penny wise and pound foolish.