Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Ahmadinejad: Testing, Testing, 1-2-3

Aljazeera is reporting on Ahmadinejad's speech to the General Assembly--at least they think it was his speech:
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has addressed the General Assembly on the second day of the UN's millennium development goals summit. But it is not what he said on Tuesday that has made the news but what happened during the simultaneous translation of his speech, which has caused controversy.

Right from the start, his speech was overshadowed by technical problems, as the president was heard saying: "there's no translation." And these problems continued to cause confusion two minutes into his speech. All this was followed by an ominous announcement: "The interpreters would like to state that they are reading from a written text translated into English." With that, the translation stopped altogether.

Despite all the technical issues, Ahmadinejad managed to communicate his message that there is a need for an overhaul of what he called "undemocratic and unjust" global decision-making bodies.

The much anticipated speech has now left many wondering what actually went wrong as the Iranian president's speech ended the same way as it had started, without any translation.
No doubt a Mossad plot.
In any case, I imagine we can imagine what he said--even without a translation.

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1 comment:

NormanF said...

The Zionist Hegemony really controls the world!