Left to right: Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon, Sudanese President ‘Omar Al-Bashir, Pakistani President Asif ‘Ali Zardari, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi, Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, at the “World Without Terrorism Conference” in Tehran, June 25, 2011.
Our “allies” in attendance at an Orwellian Counter-terrorism Conference in Tehran (June 25-26, 2011) were Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, and Pakistani President Zardai. Not only did these “allies” apparently fail to object to the conference agitprop of their Iranian hosts—“defining” the U.S. and Israel as the primary sources of global terrorism—these specific anti-American views of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei were endorsed by the Iraqi, Afghan, and Pakistani Presidents:
During the two days of the conference, Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei met with the presidents of Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan. In his meeting with Afghan President Karzai, he said that U.S. President Obama’s statement regarding the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan by 2014 was meant for domestic consumption, and that the U.S. planned to use Karzai’s country as a permanent base for its forces. Karzai replied that he hoped Obama would keep his promise, and asked Iran to extend aid to Afghanistan. In his meeting with Iraqi president Jalal Talabani, Khamenei said that U.S. power in the Middle East had declined, and that this fact should be taken advantage of against the U.S. Talabani replied that the Iraqis were united in their opposition to the ongoing U.S. presence in their country, and likewise asked for Iranian assistance. In his meeting with Khamenei, Pakistani President Asif ‘Ali Zardari told the Iranian leader that the U.S. was trying to sow division in Pakistan for its own ends, and promised that his country would work toward expanding its relations with Tehran.
The delusive Bush-Obama policy of making the world safe for Sharia is an unmitigated disaster.