Friday, April 28, 2006

Iran capable to become int'l superpower: President - IRNA

- We now know what Aghmagh-nejaad's problem is. The poor guy suffers from delusions of grandeur!

In some respects he's right. Iran does have the potential to become a world superpwer. It has a population of seventy-million, it holds vast amounts of resources, and it has a highly nationalistic people. But under this regime, these goals will be far from being recognized. Over the last twenty-seven years the Mullahs of Iran have managed to increase unemployment to 30% (conservative estimates), force much of our young to turn to drugs and/or prostitution, they have killed nearly nine-thousand of our finest free-thinkers, and have managed to chase our brightest out of the country. So while our country does have great potential, this potential is very far from ever being realised. If we want to truly reach greatness once more, the first thing we need to do is to get rid of this regime!

Long Live Iran
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President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said here Thursday night that Iran has potentials to become an international superpower speedily.

Ahmadinejad, who arrived in the northwestern city of Zanjan for his 12th visit to various provinces of the country Thursday morning, made the remark in a meeting with representatives of women, laborers, university students, farmers, artists and guilds of Zanjan province.

He said access to peaceful nuclear energy was a major step towards the country's development, adding, "Today, all international equations have been changed after 27 years of propaganda against the Iranian people and new conditions have emerged.

"There are many countries which produce nuclear fuel and use atomic energy without causing any sensitivity and having any impact on the international equations.

"Access of the Iranian people to peaceful nuclear energy has been so much important that reversed the international equations." Head of Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) stated, "We have no need to weapons and military build-up because our position will be upgraded in the world speedily. Our words have currently influenced all the international equations."

"We cannot become an international power if we have 500 nuclear power plants. We should believe in ourselves and identify our potentials."

The president said promotion of self-reliance is the biggest cultural task, adding, "Establishment of peaceful nuclear facilities at Natanz is the result of self-confidence of the Iranian youth." Elsewhere in his address, Ahmadinejad lauded huge potential of Zanjan province and said, "Construction of a petrochemical factory and five power plants in Zanjan are on the government's agenda." The president and his cabinet will hold a session in the capital city, Zanjan, to discuss the province's problems and requirements before concluding their two-day visit.

Ahmadinejad and his entourage had already visited the provinces of South Khorasan, Sistan-Baluchestan, Ilam, Qom, Hormuzgan, Bushehr, Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiari, Lorestan, Golestan, Kohgilouyeh and Boyer Ahmad and Khorassan Razavi.

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