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Day 54 Iranian Revolution: Ahmadinejad is Inaugurated, Crowds Chant, “Death to the Dictator”, “Generations yet unborn …. may yet curse us all for leaving them hostages to nuclear terror”

From twitter: now it is not about election anymore, it is about the whole essence of regime whose only mission is killing own people

Iran inauguration
Photo: Madayar 

Today: Weak and incompetent WH press secretary Gibbs said that Ahmadinejad has been inaugurated, "that's a fact." He
said it must be up to the Iranian people to decide whether the election
"was fair."

Yesterday the White House sanctions pure evil: U.S. Affirms Ahmadinejad As Iran’s ‘Elected Leader,’ Despite Disputed Election

Despite deep misgivings about the conduct of Iran’s presidential
election and subsequent clampdown on opposition supporters, Western
governments, including the U.S. and Britain, look set to recognize —
and seek to engage with — the president whose re-election was so
Setting the tone, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs, asked
Tuesday whether the administration recognizes Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as
Iran’s legitimate president, replied, “He’s the elected leader.”

Thomas Sowell wrote here: "After many a disappointment with someone, and especially after a
disaster, we may be able to look back at numerous clues that should
have warned us that the person we trusted did not deserve our trust.

When that person is the president of the United States, the potential for disaster is virtually unlimited.

He is heading this country toward disaster on many fronts, including
a nuclear Iran, which has every prospect of being an irretrievable
disaster of almost unimaginable magnitude. We cannot put that genie
back in the bottle — and neither can generations yet unborn. They may
yet curse us all for leaving them hostages to nuclear terror".

Today the West must make one of the
most important decisions of our era. Will we defend what remains of democracy
and freedom in Iran, or will we succumb to Tehran's murderous government?

It's a question that goes to the heart of our own security. Iran is a
thugocracy of Islamic mullahs, and it will soon have nuclear arms. Any
misconception about the intentions of fanatics with nuclear bombs will have
grave consequences.

I know because I spent years alongside them as a CIA spy working under cover
in Iran's Revolutionary Guards starting in the 1980s.

The Guards Corps was set up as a check on the regular Army and to serve and
secure the Islamic revolution. Thirty years of Western appeasement hasn't
stopped them from terrorizing the West – or Iranians.
Today, with Tehran's
leaders caught in a power struggle over the June 12 election and the legitimacy
of the regime, the Guards, led by zealots, are calling the shots.

The Guards – and the hardliner clerics they protect – are vulnerable,
however. This summer's grass-roots uprising has put them on the defensive. A
strong Western hand now could tip the balance.

We don't have a moment to lose. If we can't upend the Guards now, how can we
do so once they have nuclear bombs?

Washington could lead the way by refusing to recognize President Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad, who earlier today took the oath of office for his second, four-year
term. Instead, the United States should demand the freedom – and the freedom of
speech – for all who've been arrested and tortured in recent weeks. And we
should toughen sanctions to include cutting off Iran's gasoline supplies.

The people of Iran are desperate for a show of support from the West. By
standing with them, we can uphold our duty to defend democracy and take a stand
for the security of the free world.

Read it all.

The killer gets inaugurated………….

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