Breaking News: Walkout urged for Ahmadinejad’s U.N. speech

General (Ret) James David (who is mentioned on the cover of the third edition of former Republican Congressman Paul Findley’s ‘They Dare to Speak Out’ book about the power/influence of the pro-Israel lobby on the US political system and media) wrote the following intro:

Fwd: Breaking News: Walkout urged for Ahmadinejad’s U.N. speech

Friday, April 30, 2010 1:47 PM

From: General (Ret) James David

You can bet that the U.S. will be the first to walk out.  I sure hope I’m wrong.   If ever there was a time for U.N. members to walk out on anyone they should walk out when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks.  after all, it’s Israel who refuses to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, not Iran. 


Sent: 4/30/2010 3:24:33 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Subj: Breaking News: Walkout urged for Ahmadinejad’s U.N. speech

JTA News Alert

April 30, 2010

Jewish groups: Boycott Ahmadinejad in NYC

NEW YORK (JTA) — Jewish groups are calling on U.N. member representatives to walk out in protest when Iran’s president speaks next week at the United Nations.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s plans to address the U.N. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference on May 3 make a mockery of the proceedings, Jewish groups said.

“We call on all countries, particularly those that value democracy and freedom, to leave the United Nations hall when Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, rises to speak,” the president and executive vice chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Alan Solow and Malcolm Hoenlein, said in a statement. “Iran’s pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability poses a threat to the region and the entire Western world. To have President Ahmadinejad address this review conference makes a mockery of the efforts of many countries to prevent nuclear weapons and nuclear terrorism from becoming the gravest global threats of this century.”

The Jewish Community Relations Council of New York issued an action alert urging readers to e-mail U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at to protest Ahmadenijad’s inclusion at the conference.

The World Jewish Congress asked its member communities to contact their government representatives to persuade them to participate in the protest walkout, saying in a statement, “It is dismaying that, once again, the U.N. is allowing the head of a regime, foremost in the sponsorship of terrorism and the abuse of human rights, who defies U.N. resolutions regarding its nuclear ambitions, to appear before the international body.”

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7 Responses to “Breaking News: Walkout urged for Ahmadinejad’s U.N. speech”

  • Patriot says:

    Iran’s Nuclear Disarmament Conference and Israel’s Nukes

    US Government Interference in Iran: Covert Actions – Roxana Saberi takes a call

  • peacelilly says:

    For Israelists to try to boycott Iran’s Ahmadinejad from speaking at the UN Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty conference is shameful. Iran has every right to speak about a subject that is so paramount to peace and security of the world. Israel’s childish behaviour, in hiding its own nuclear arsenal and refusing inspections, should be ignored and unless it comes clean about its own threat to it’s neighbors and to the world, it should not be at the conference. The world needs to hear from Iran and have heard enough from Israel!

  • Notfooled says:

    The world is turned upside down when non-signatories of the NPT call for a walk out on a signatory member. The U.S. of course remains ignorant, blind to, and on the tether of the terrorist deniers (denying they are themselves terrorists). For the Secretary of State to admonish Syria, Lebanon, and Iran not to defend themselves in the face of war criminals, and chastise them for “threatening” the aggressor war criminals, is beyond sanity. Impeach the terrorist deniers of the U.S. adminstration.

  • James J. David says:

    During the past 40 years the United States has vetoed more than 70 U.N. Resolutions condemning Israel for its past crimes. During this period there hasn’t been anything close to a peaceful resoulution between Israel and its neighbors and Israel continues its brutal and illegal occupation. The influence of Israel’s lobby and its political action committees has corrupted our nation. It is time for Israel to get out of our politics and stay out.

  • John Taurus says:

    The Zionists are pure evil in human form walking the earth. The UN is making a mockery of justice, showing once and for all, that justice is a farce, a cruel hoax perpetrated upon the helpless victims. These former penis worshiping,Zionist devils are not even genetically related to the Jews of the Bible, from whom they claim to have “inherited” Palestine. They are not genetically related to whom the religious refer to as “Gods chosen people”.

    Wherever these people are allowed to go, they spread misery, grief, woe, sorrow, and death. They destroy happiness. That is their job.

    Americans and Europeans are Israeli slaves. How do you keep a slave happy? You never, ever let him know he is a slave! Remind the slave often that he lives in the “Land of the Free” and that he is “Fighting for Freedom”. Give that slave a “vote” in a farce/fraud/lie called an “election” where all candidates are Zionist puppets.

    The slaves are not allowed to have their own opinions and ideas. Most slaves don’t realize their opinions of things like race, the Nazis, Adolf Hitler, Albert Einstein, Whites, Blacks and etc were programed into their little minds via the media (television, radio, print) and our educational system. Most people are not free thinkers.

  • Patriot says:

    http://www.haaretz. com/hasen/ spages/1166547. html

    Last update – 08:55 01/05/2010

    U.S.: We will continue to defend Israel in the UN

    By Haaretz Service

    The United States will continue supporting Israel in the United Nations, the White House was quoted as saying by Army Radio on Saturday, denying reports that Washington offered Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to allow the UN Security Council to censure Israel over its West Bank policy so to encourage the Palestinians to participate in peace talks.

    The remarks made Friday by White House spokesman Tommy Vietor referred to recent reports, according to which U.S. special Mideast envoy George Mitchell’s deputy, David Hale, told Abbas that the U.S. views Israeli construction in East Jerusalem as “provocative,” reportedly promising Abbas the U.S. would consider allowing a UNSC condemnation should such activity continue at a significant level.

    This assurance would mean a U.S. abstention on any resolution, rather than a veto, the British daily The Guardian reported.

    “This report is inaccurate,” Vietor was quoted as saying in Ben Smith’s Politico blog, adding that U.S. “policy about issues relating to Israel at the U.N. is clear and will not change.”

    “We will continue to speak out strongly for Israel?s right to self-defense and to oppose efforts to single Israel out unfairly for criticism,” Vietor said.

    Vietor did not however, according to Smth’s blog, flat out deny the existence of a letter to Abbas saying, “We?ve asked both sides to take steps to rebuild trust and proceed with proximity talks. We?re not going to get into the details of those requests because we think they should be discussed in private diplomatic channels.”

    On Friday, chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat also denied the report. It’s not true,” Erekat said. “We are still talking to the Americans.”

    Meanwhile, senior Israeli officials told Haaretz on Thursday that Obama told several European leaders that if Israeli-Palestinian talks remain stalemated into September or October, he will convene an international summit on achieving Mideast peace.

    The officials said the conference would be run by the Quartet of Middle East peacemakers – the United States, European Union, United Nations and Russia – in a bid to forge a united global front for creating a Palestinian state. The summit, they said, would address such core issues as borders, security arrangements, Palestinian refugees and the status of Jerusalem.

    The London-based Al-Quds Al-Arabi reported on Friday that Syria is opposed to the Palestinians returning to the negotiating table, because “Israel has not made enough gestures of good faith, and in light of the fact that senior officials in Israel have been sounding threats against Damascus and Beirut

  • nader paul kucinich gravel mckinney says:

    hillary the blond condoleezza
    dance neocons dance

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