posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 11:39 PM
reply to post by groomlake9
I have to agree that the clowns who walked out of the speech are not the ones who should be conducting these investigations.
I just think that the fact that he is showing that he is not afraid to go against the mainstream is what makes him one of the most powerful people on
the planet. It's one thing to be surrounded by many who can support you, but when you stand almost alone against the entire world, you are the
bravest and possibly the most powerful person in the world. Think of Gandhi, he faced the UK army with a group of followers and changed the world
around him (I'm not talking about the methods used to convey a point by the leaders, just the parallel of facing overwhelming adversity).
I rather a leader who sticks to his beliefs and who does not waiver in the face of adversity than a leader who is a coward and who changes his/her
mind to suit everyone else's agenda...
Perhaps, no, most probably nothing will come out of this with the UN, but we must face the fact that Ahmadinejad has generated some news and has
conveyed some points to the world that woke up many people.
In time, more and more people will see things differently thanks to Ahmadinejad and others who denounce the policies of the US, the EU, and Israel.
In the meantime, I hope that this comes sooner than later...