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West Burns Fingers: Ahmadinejad Confirmed as Iran President! – By Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

West Burns Fingers: Ahmadinejad Confirmed as Iran President!

  – By Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal


Western powers should feel insulted because their strategies have failed in Iran immediately after the “success” in Lebanon following the Obama speech in Cairo . President Obama should feel happy that his theory is justified as a sovereign Iran could resist the western influence and interference. As the recount carried out on 29 June of the election in the “disputed sectors” has clearly shown no irregularities in the vote, the western powers plus media stand now nakedly exposed before the entire international community with their anti-Islamic campaigns and manipulations. Clearly, now that Iranian people are aware of the western gambles would hand down a bigger victory next time to Ahmadinejad.


Despite the stiff anti-Ahmadinejad campaign spearheaded by the US-inspired opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi on behalf of the anti-Islamic forces, including some quirky and spoilt Muslims, the end of the victorious president Mahmoud and to see Iran fall insulted, Ahmadinejad has been declared reelected for the second time, now by the competent Poll authority- the Guardian Council. Ahmadinejad was officially re-elected with 63% of the vote on 12 June, but subsequently the opposition was incited to take to street creating a big fuss about “fraud” in Iran . The Guardian Council had ruled earlier that any irregularities in the polling would not affect the result of the election. Hence the opposition now demands a presidential re-poll.




Of course, not may in the world have the courage and will to oppose neo-imperialism today but, however, the people of Ian have reaffirmed their faith in Islamic democracy as well as leadership of Ahmadinejad. In throwing dirty mud on the smear campaigners from the west instigating the aimless Iranian opposition against president elected and Islamic revolution, Iran ’s top electoral body, the Guardian Council, has confirmed the victory of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in the presidential election after a partial recount. After a series of protests by the opposition against what it says was a rigged ballot, the 12-strong council is the most influential body in Iran declared the approval of the accuracy of the results of the presidential election and reiterated the verdict confirming once for all the legality of the reelection of Ahmadinejad. Iranians, in the face of an impending western threat to Islamic Iran to convert them into “free” aimless hypocrites as majority of Muslims around the world are today, including in Arab world, have to undertake measures to for a united stand against neo-imperialism in the name of funny democracy and regime change.  



Iran‘s crisis since the presidential election has taken the Islamic Republic into an unknown territory of chaos created with western assistances and all sorts of red lines have been crossed, with unprecedented limited opposition condemnation of the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamanei. By espousing the terrorism plank, the Western powers, media and other institutions have converted many a Muslim into anti-Islamic mould. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has been Iran ‘s president since 2005, was actively involved in the Islamic revolution and was a founding member of the student union that took over the US embassy in Tehran in 1979. He became the first non-cleric to be elected president since 1981 when he won a run-off vote against former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani in elections in June 2005. He is a hard-liner both at home – where he does not favor the development or reform of political institutions – and abroad, where he has maintained an anti-Western attitude and combative stance on Tehran ‘s nuclear program. Much of his support comes from poorer and more religious sections of Iran ‘s rapidly growing population, particularly outside Tehran .


Ahmadinejad is the sure winner, but his main challenger, Mir Hossein Mousavi, has said the whole election should be annulled and held again. But Ahmadinejad will against forcing the west and Iranian opposition to demand some more polls and take the three best out them. And if Ahmadinejad wins the demand will be for a final poll to decide the fate of opposition. Thus polls will be the major work of the government for the next four years.  The main purpose was to destroy the Islamic Republic while the western powers and their nasty media enjoyed each bit of the turmoil in Iran . During the opposition mass rallies a broad-based opposition coalition emerged and the government should ensure this coalition does not play into the dirty western hands. Ahmadinejad should seek their cooperation in making Iran strong. Mousavi could be considered for premiership for the sake of a trouble-free Iran .



The CIA-Pentagon-Mossad combine wants their favorite leaders to rule in all key nations around the world and are “doing enough” for that objective every where. However, Iranian people played wise in the face of the impending foreign aggression on some fictitious pretexts. When US President Barack Obama praised the opposition said Mir Hossein Mousavi had captured the imagination of groups in Iran that were interested in opening up to the world, the die hard Neocons and western media hawks expected a anew turn in Iran’s destabilization, but as Hashemi Rafsanjani sought redressal of poll grievances through legal means, they all fell flat on the dirty mud surrounding them. Now the legal solution is ready for the Pentagon-Mossad-CIA to accept their foreign defeat in Iran and let Ahmadinejad government function for Iranian people, who expect a lot from their reelected leader.  President Obama should instruct his intelligence wings both state and non-state, to stop interfering in the internal affairs of Islamic world in favor of better relations with them.   


Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

Independent Researcher in International Affairs, The only Indian to have gone through entire India, a fraud and terror nation in South Asia.

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