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CNN Live, ahmadinejad spoke about the us military bases around the world, you know i am getting sick and tired when US walks out during a speech at the UN, i would just love when some other nation walks out on America.
Lastly the first page star fest for ahmadinejad is a joke from page two onward he and his supporters took a beating.
Oh boy, they did the walking out of the room thing again. Do these people realize how childish and moronic it makes them look?
We expect U.S. representatives to be tough and have backbone, not to run away and pout when they hear a verbal ouchie. Sit there and play solitaire on your computer for all I care, but stay in your seat and stop acting like little crybabies......it's embarrassing.
Where in your original post does it mention all the other countries that walked out?
Stay on topic, dont get me wrong i am no fan of ahmadinejad but his speech about bases is correct.
They tolerate no question or criticism, and instead of presenting a reason for their violations, they always put themselves in the position of a claimant. By using their imperialistic media network which is under the influence of colonialism they threaten anyone who questions the Holocaust and the September 11 event with sanctions and military action
Hypocrisy and deceit are allowed in order to secure their interests and imperialistic goals. Drug- trafficking and killing of innocent human beings are also allowed in pursuit of such diabolic goals. Despite NATO's presence in the occupied Afghanistan, there has been a dramatic increase in the production of illicit drugs there.
Originally posted by OmegaLogos
Let me assess whether Ahmadinejad was correct or not on that issue for a moment...
List of United States military bases [wiki]
Seems he was 100% correct about that!
Originally posted by SLAYER69
You're from London eh?
UK delegates walked out of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech at the United Nations today
You were mumbling something about being hypocritical?
What is the justification for the presence of hundreds of US military and intelligence bases in different parts of the world, including 268 bases in Germany, 124 in Japan, 87 in South Korea, 83 in Italy, 45 in the United Kingdom, and 21 in Portugal? Does this mean anything other than military occupation?
Don't the bombs deployed in the said bases undermine the security of other nations?
OverseasAs of 31 December 2010, U.S. Armed Forces were stationed at more than 820 installations in at least 135 countries. Some of the largest contingents are the 85,600 military personnel deployed in Iraq, the 103,700 in Afghanistan, the 52,440 in Germany (see list), the 35,688 in Japan (USFJ), the 28,500 in Republic of Korea (USFK), the 9,660 in Italy, and the 9,015 in the United Kingdom respectively. These numbers change frequently due to the regular recall and deployment of units.
Altogether, 77,917 military personnel are located in Europe, 141 in the former Soviet Union, 47,236 in East Asia and the Pacific, 3,362 in North Africa, the Near East, and South Asia, 1,355 in sub-Saharan Africa and 1,941 in the Western Hemisphere excepting the United States itself.
Originally posted by Aeons
reply to post by sith9157
The EU apointees walked out the other day when one called another a pedophile.
Which was interesting, because they guy is on record as being a defender of pedophiles. Apparently, in the EU you can be walked out on for calling a pedophile a pedophile.
Playing nice with the crazy people doesn't actually work.