Monday, August 17, 2009

Iran warns Britain to stop meddling or else


Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned Britain here on Sunday to stop meddling in Iran’s domestic affairs or face the nations’ firm response.

“If you do not stop interfering, the Iranian nation will slap its enemies on the face,” he said in a conference in Tehran.

In the last 30 years “you supported any voice against Iran and now you have openly interfered in the Iranian nation’s affairs,” he added.

“Some of the leaders of this country (Britain) thought by launching a Persian TV channel they can achieve their aims in the Islamic Republic” but they neither know the system nor the Iranian nation, he explained.

The president also said the U.S. and its allies invaded Iraq and Afghanistan under the pretext of fighting terrorism and people in Afghanistan have not been able to live at peace ever since.

These countries must be held accountable for their crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq, he stated.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Have you been thinking about escaping out the country yet, or do you plan to be there when the shit hits the fan?

I need to get out the US. Damn, if only I knew how to speak a second language. Well, never too late to learn, right?

Although I'm sure when things get really ugly, there will be no place to run to.

We're all doomed.